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  • Matsu El Picaro, Toro
    Toro, Spain
    Tempranillo
    It has an intense aroma in which one can find dark fruits such as blackberries and blueberries, mineral notes also appear, creating this fresh wine with complexity.

    Matsu El Picaro, Toro

    €16.95
  • Baglio Bianco Catarratto 2017
    Sicily, Italy
    Catarratto
    "Baglio Bianco is deep amber in colour and unfined and unfiltered. This is a fantastic introduction to ‘orange’ wines both from a flavour and a pricing point-of-view. It receives 3 days skin maceration and has zero added sulphur. Notes of baked apples, cinnamon, nutmeg. The palate is dry, mid-weight, crisp with appealing richness and texture, a touch of skin tannins and those baked apple and spice notes following through. Mouthwatering and slightly savoury/salty on the finish, this would be brilliant with free-range pork rib with apple sauce, with a herby roasted chicken or with cheeses such as Durrus." Le Caveau.

    Baglio Bianco Catarratto 2017

    €22.95
  • 2015 Espectacle del Montsant Catalonia
    Montsant, Spain
    Garnacha
    A joint venture between Rene Barbier and the Clos Mogador team. The project is jointly owned by Réné and Isabelle Barbier, Fernando and Marta Zamora (Oenologists and teachers at University of Taragona), and Charlotte and Christopher Cannan. Biodynamic. "Espectacle is a tiny production of old vines Garnacha made by Rene Barbier, Sr. The 100 year old Garnacha vines come from a dramatic and steep vineyard. Rene refers to this vineyard as the "L'Ermita of Monsant." This outstanding new wine comes from a single, very steep vineyard planted with over 100 year old Grenache vines. The vineyard is located at La Figuera, on the northern edge of the Montsant D.O., and looks onto the famous Montsant mountain as well as having spectacular views of the Ebro valley and even the distant Pyrenees 200 kms away. Hence the name!" "The 2015 Espectacle del Montsant is a ripe and classic vintage for this exceptional wine produced from a single vineyard in Montsant. This has a forward personality—open, expressive and showy in the nose—from a typically warm and ripe year that resulted in a voluptuous and hedonistic Espectacle that's easy to like. It's rounder and lusher than the 2014 I had next to it, and the two vintages showed very different. The palate is also gentler, with integrated acidity and a soft mouthfeel." Robert Parker, Wine Advocate. "Tobacco, licorice and spice notes weave through flavours of red cherry and mountain herb in this expressive red. The smooth texture glides over well-integrated tannins, while gentle acidity keeps this fresh. Well-knit and harmonious. Garnacha." Wine Spectator. When to Drink: 2018 - 2031

    2015 Espectacle del Montsant Catalonia

    €109.95
  • Claus Preisinger Kalkstein Blaufrankisch
    Burgenland, Austria
    Blaufrankisch
    Elegant and well balanced this fresh red shows lovely bramble fruits with a crunchy red fruit finish. Could serve chilled

    Claus Preisinger Kalkstein Blaufrankisch

    €21.95
  • Judith Beck, Out
    Austria
    60% Blaufrankisch, 40% Zweigelt
    Judith Beck’s winery is run as a family business. Since 1976 the area under vine increased from 5 to 15 ha. Most of the vineyards are situated at the Wagram of the Parndorfer Plate, the most important site of the region. And from 2007 Judith has produced wines in accordance with biodynamic principles. OUT is a blend of 60% Blaufrankisch and Zweigelt. It is a delicious, bright,and juicy red with strawberry, plum and raspberry ending with spicy and savoury notes. Medium-bodied, super moreish, perfect to drink on its own or with charcuteries, white meat, poultry dishes or will accompany an array of vegetarian dishes.

    Judith Beck, Out

    €26.95
  • 2016 Le Puy, Emilien, Francs Côtes de Bordeaux
    Bordeaux, France
    85% Merlot 7% Cabernet Franc 6% Cabernet Sauvignon 1% Malbec 1% Carmenere
    "This is surely one of Bordeaux's most overlooked wine estates, writes Jane Anson after tasting vintages spanning the past century at Château Le Puy, owned by the same family for more than 400 years and a firm believer in biodynamics." Emilien is matured in oak barrels and casks for 24 months. The robe is garnet red, with hints of ruby in the younger wines and a touch of orange in the older vintages, with a diaphanous onion-skin finesse to the oldest bottles. The nose is fruity, with ripe red fruit aromas dominated by blackcurrant and redcurrant, accented with roasted almond notes and occasional hints of mushrooms and undergrowth. The palate is well-rounded, full-bodied, and precise, with velvety tannins paving the way for a finish that is long and enjoyably complex.

    2016 Le Puy, Emilien, Francs Côtes de Bordeaux

    €48.95
  • Vale da Capucha Clima Branco, Lisboa
    Portugal
    Gouveio, Fernão Pires and Arinto
    Delightful fresh medium-bodied white with textured ripe nectarines, and a crisp saline dry finish. Dangerously moreish. Made from a blend of three Portuguese varieties, Gouveio, Fernão Pires, and Arinto, this is one of many excellent white wines now coming out of Portugal. Vale de Capucha, run by the youthful Pedro Marques. Pedro chooses to focus on making wines with a sense of place. Clima is a fresh, savory Atlantic white from the fossil-strewn calcareous slopes of his family vineyards, just 8km from the coast.

    Vale da Capucha Clima Branco, Lisboa

    €21.95
  • Bodegas Nodus En la Parra Blanco, Valencia
    Valencia, Spain
    Chardonnay, Moscatel
    A very aromatic wine, where the characteristic and intense notes of the muscat aroma are clearly appreciated. Memories of citrus, fresh fruit, and pineapple, with a clean background. In the mouth, it is a wine with a very pleasant acidity, which gives it freshness. It has a smooth mid-palate and good persistence on the palate. Adolfo De Las Heras Marín, acquired one of the most ecologically important wine-making estates in Valencia in 1985. The El Renegado estate was 540 hectares of forest and vineyards, of which 80% was planted with 40-year-old Bobal vines. Adolfo pioneered the introduction of other grapes such as merlot and cabernet. It was Adolfo’s son also called Adolfo who upon taking over the winery in the late nineties, revolutionized the quality of production, importing additional varieties such as syrah, chardonnay, cabernet franc and updating the Barrel cellar and bottling line, as well as transforming the old Farmstead into a beautiful Hotel. From the late nineties until 2006, Adolfo De Las Heras meticulously and expertly shaped the estate and the winery to his vision: The use of modern methods and producing limited numbers of the top quality wines. Thus was born Nodus, one of the most significant estates of the D.O.

    Bodegas Nodus En la Parra Blanco, Valencia

    €15.95
  • Vale da Capucha Fossil Branco, Lisboa
    Lisboa, Spain
    Arinto de Bucelas, Gouveio, Fernao Pires
    Looking for a wine to make the transition from winter to spring? Well, look no further. The Vale da Capucha "Fossil" is the one! Named for the high concentration of fossils left in the Kimmeridgian clay soil, the wine has a striking minerality paired with a luscious body thanks to the two years it spends resting on the lees. A beautiful golden color, “Fossil” is all about orchard fruit and zingy acidity. Full enough for the winter, but bright enough to welcome spring and the brighter days to come. A mineral-driven white wine made from local grapes planted on soils very similar to what you have in Chablis. It was fermented with native yeasts in stainless tanks, then rested on the lees for 20 months and then aged in tank and different sized old oak barrels. This is a voluptuous white wine on the palate.

    Vale da Capucha Fossil Branco, Lisboa

    €29.00
  • Hautes Cotes de Nuits Le Clos du Prieure
    Burgundy, France
    100% Pinot Noir
    This remote vineyard, 10km west of Arcenant, sits at 400 meters’ altitude, with steep (40% incline) south-facing slopes of white marl and limestone. The vines here were planted in 1986 and 2002. It always achieves really good maturity. A deep bouquet for a Hautes Côtes but the fruit is pure and still spritely, sporting cherry, wild strawberry and light spice flavors, with a hint of smoke.

    Hautes Cotes de Nuits Le Clos du Prieure

    €54.00
  • Weingut Judith Beck Bambule Chardonnay, Burgenland
    Burgenland, Austria
    100% Chardonnay
    The region around Lake Neusiedl is particularly suited to cultivate Burgundian varieties and provides optimum conditions for Chardonnay. Manual harvest, matured for 5 months on its lees, the wine has developed a tasty richness without losing any of its focus and brightness. Light golden yellow, pronounced fruit, ripe peach and quince on the nose, full-bodied on the palate, creamy fruit, good acidity, long finish. A really fine example of Chardonnay. WEINGUT JUDITH BECK, GOLS, Burgenland Biodynamic, Natural

    Weingut Judith Beck Bambule Chardonnay, Burgenland

    €22.95
  • Meyer Fonne, Katzenthal Riesling, Alsace
    Alsace, France
    100%Riesling
    Riesling Katzenthal is fermented dry and is grown on the granitic slopes surrounding the village. It is a very distinguished and racy wine. Pure, mineral nose with hints of pineapple and ginger. Rich, ample, and ripe on the palate with nectarine, orange peel, and peachy character the lead to the finish is pristine and impeccably balanced by a penetrating but harmonious acidity.

    Meyer Fonne, Katzenthal Riesling, Alsace

    €29.95
  • Montirius Vacqueyras Blanc, Mineral, Rhone
    Rhône, France
    25% White Grenache, 25% Roussanne, 50% Bourboulenc
    Lovely freshness and balance in this wine. Hints of white flowers and honey found both on the nose and in the mouth. Finally in the mouth, a saline mineral taste.

    Montirius Vacqueyras Blanc, Mineral, Rhone

    €35.95
  • Terre di Pietra Piccola Peste Valpolicella, Veneto
    Valencia, Italy
    40% Corvina, 30% Corvinone, 20% Rondinella, 10% Molinara
    Terre di Pietra's 'problem child' is essentially a declassified Valpolicella, and it's everything we think Valpolicella should be: full of bouncy, juicy red-berried fruit, smooth tannins, and refreshing acidity. Deliciously uncomplicated.

    Terre di Pietra Piccola Peste Valpolicella, Veneto

    €29.95
  • Terre di Pietra Quercia Laboriosa, Veneto
    Veneto, Italy
    90% Garganega, 5% Pinot bianco, 5% Müller thurgau
    Quercia Laboriosa di Terre di Pietra is a brisk and flowing white wine obtained from a base of Garganega grapes which is completed by sales of Pinot Blanc and Müller Thurgau. It ferments at a controlled temperature by indigenous yeasts only and is completed with six months of rest in steel tanks and another six months of aging in bottle. It is pale yellow in color. Fruity notes of pear and melon emerge on the nose, followed by pleasant citrus nuances. The palate is smooth and balanced, fresh and medium-bodied. Good persistence. serious; a simple and honest wine, flowing and essential.

    Terre di Pietra Quercia Laboriosa, Veneto

    €27.95
  • Bodegas Ponce Reto, Manchuela
    Castilla La Mancha, Spain
    100% Albillo
    Reto has a lovely expression of lemon, pineapple, and lychee, with hints of passion fruit in the background. Lively, fruity, and elegant attack, with notes of tropical fruits, perfectly balanced by citrus and a lovely acidity in the finish.

    Bodegas Ponce Reto, Manchuela

    €21.95
  • Suertes del Marques Trenzado, Valle de la Orotava
    Tipperary, Spain
    Listán Blanca /Palomino(90%), Pedro Ximénez (6%) and Vidueño ( 4%)
    Suertes del Marques Trenzado is a deep, profiled and mineral white wine. This vintage displays an excellent balance between maturity and freshness. Aromas of white stone fruit with floral notes and a very elegant mineral note. On the palate, it is silky and lively, with a dry and very lingering finish

    Suertes del Marques Trenzado, Valle de la Orotava

    €24.95
  • Raul Perez Ultreia Saint Jacques, Bierzo
    Bierzo, Spain
    100% Mencia
    Ultreia Saint-Jacques opens with floral aromas and fresh notes. Vibrant and fresh attack with a good balance between fruit notes and structure. Good complexity on the finish.

    Raul Perez Ultreia Saint Jacques, Bierzo

    €20.95
  • Vougeraie Pommard Les Petits Noizons, Beaune
    Burgundy, France
    100% Pinot Noir
    The wine itself is immediately complex, with the kind of sumptuous oak integration that elevates the tart cherry flavors. The wine keeps juicing up out of its tannins with delicate yet persistent power, the unambiguous message of the vineyard charged by its marriage with oak into something delicious.

    Vougeraie Pommard Les Petits Noizons, Beaune

    €84.95
  • Tenuta di Carleone Chianti Classico, Tuscany
    Tuscany, Italy
    100% Sangiovese
    The Chianti Classico of Tenuta di Carleone has been strongly thought of and wanted as the purest expression of traditional Chianti, being its vineyards located in the most beautiful territories of the Municipality of Radda. The vinification takes place in steel, cement and porcelain egg where the venus is left to macerate for 40 - 60 days. It is aged for 18 months in steel and concrete containers.

    Tenuta di Carleone Chianti Classico, Tuscany

    €29.95
  • Mongeard-Mugneret La Croix, Hautes Cotes de Nuits
    Burgundy, France
    100% Pinot Noir
    'La Croix' has notable purity which is expressed in its freshness and intense flavours of raspberries, gooseberries and blackcurrants. The acidity of this wine is well balanced with subtle, velvety tannins, and a touch of vanilla on the finish.

    Mongeard-Mugneret La Croix, Hautes Cotes de Nuits

    €49.95
  • 2017 Pierre Girardin Pommard, Cote de Beaune
    Burgundy, France
    100% Pinot Noir
    This Pommard has a vivid red fruit character with hints of spice and liquorice, lifted acidity, and a long, mineral finish.

    2017 Pierre Girardin Pommard, Cote de Beaune

    €77.95
  • Bodega Pirineos Principio Moristel, Somontano
    Spain
    100% Moristel
    This indigenous red is grown on a co-op in Northern Spain, and is a hidden gem for versatility. Subtle tannin balances just enough tart acidity, to showcase flavours of cherry, rhubarb, blackberry, and plum. Pleasantly moreish.

    Bodega Pirineos Principio Moristel, Somontano

    €1,795.00
  • Quinta do Romeu Rose Douro
    Douro Valley, Portugal
    Tinta Roriz,Tinto Cão,Touriga Nacional
    Manual harvesting for small boxes. Manual selection of the curls on the table of choice. Total destemming followed by gentle crushing. Pressing. Maceration of Touriga Nacional for 6 hours before pressing. Static cold decanting for 48 hours. Alcoholic fermentation in stainless steel with temperature control between 15ºC and 20ºC for approximately 15 days. Stage on fine lees with periodic batonnage until the middle of January.

    Quinta do Romeu Rose Douro

    €17.95
  • Bodega Colome Estate Torrontes Calchaqui Valley
    Argentina
    100% Torontes
    Bodega Colomé was established in 1831 and is the oldest working winery in Argentina with one of the world’s highest vineyards. The winery is in the far north of Argentina in the Upper Calchaquí Valley and is thought to have been founded by the Spanish Governor of Salta, Nicolás Severo de Isasmendi y Echalar. In 1854 his daughter, Ascensión, brought the first pre-phylloxera Malbec and Cabernet Sauvignon vines to Bodega Colomé. Three vineyards (with an area of four hectares each) were planted in the same year, the fruit from which is still used to make wines. Today, the winery has 140 hectares of biodynamically run vineyard planted at altitudes of between 1,750 and 3,111 metres above sea level.

    Bodega Colome Estate Torrontes Calchaqui Valley

    €19.95
  • Bianco de Ampeleia Costa Toscana Tuscany
    Tuscany, Italy
    90% Trebbiano, 5% Ansonaco (aka Ansonica aka Inzolia), and 5% Malvasia
    Ampeleia (from the Greek word for ‘vine’) is owned by Elisabetta Foradori and Giovani Podini. The winemaker and agronomist, Marco Tait has been with the estate since its inception in 2002. It was founded with Elisabetta’s overarching vision of allowing the true nature of an area, its diversity, its grapes, land and culture to be expressed. The wildness of the southern Maremma, bounded by the Colle Metallifere and the sea were virgin territory, far removed from the glamour of Bolgheri and Montalcino. The estate is large and biodiverse with a total of 40 ha of vineyard interspersed with chestnut and cork oak forests as well as Mediterranean scrub. There are three parts, across differing altitudes, with differing soils and microclimates: Ampeleia di Sopra; di Mezzo and di Sotto.

    Bianco de Ampeleia Costa Toscana Tuscany

    €29.95
  • Ampeleia Rosso Costa Toscana IGT Tuscany
    Tuscany, Italy
    100% Cabernet Franc
    Ampeleia (from the Greek word for ‘vine’) is owned by Elisabetta Foradori and Giovani Podini. The winemaker and agronomist, Marco Tait has been with the estate since its inception in 2002. It was founded with Elisabetta’s overarching vision of allowing the true nature of an area, its diversity, its grapes, land and culture to be expressed. The wildness of the southern Maremma, bounded by the Colle Metallifere and the sea were virgin territory, far removed from the glamour of Bolgheri and Montalcino. The estate is large and biodiverse with a total of 40 ha of vineyard interspersed with chestnut and cork oak forests as well as Mediterranean scrub. There are three parts, across differing altitudes, with differing soils and microclimates: Ampeleia di Sopra; di Mezzo and di Sotto.

    Ampeleia Rosso Costa Toscana IGT Tuscany

    €44.95
  • Bernhard Ott Fass 4 Gruner Veltliner Wagram
    Austria
    100% Grüner Veltliner
    Fass 4 is a phenomenal introduction to the estate wines of Bernhard Ott. Named for the fass (barrel) that was selected every year by a customer of Bernhard’s father, this is meant to be a consistent, benchmark wine for the domaine.

    Bernhard Ott Fass 4 Gruner Veltliner Wagram

    €26.95
  • Claus Preisinger Zweigelt Neusiedlersee
    Burgenland, Austria
    Zweigelt
    Very similar to the summer favourite Puszta Libre. Blackcurrant, vanilla, baked apple, and an acidic twang on the finish. Super fresh and juicy. Can be served chilled. Claus Preisinger has been working biodynamically near the shores of Lake Neusiedlersee in Burgenland for over a decade and now farms nineteen hectares over some sixty parcels, producing a staggering number of cuvees each year.

    Claus Preisinger Zweigelt Neusiedlersee

    €21.95
  • La Stoppa Ageno Bianco Emilia-Romagna
    Emilia-Romagna, Italy
    70% Malvasia di Candia Aromatica, Ortrugo, Trebbiano
    The vines at La Stoppa were worked organically from the early 90s and received organic certification in 2008. Elena, in typical humble fashion, describes herself as ‘la custode de la vigne’, merely a guardian, until she in her turn passes the estate to the next generation. Her low-key, but powerful conviction is that her responsibility is to farm and make wine in as sustainable, non-interventionist and authentic a way as possible. The wines qualify for Colli Piacentini DOC, but are bottled as Emilia IGT because she feels that the rules of the DOC do not allow the authenticity of the terroir to speak. Her stances on the necessity of truly artisan (as opposed to industrial) production, the use of indigenous grape varieties, yeasts and minimal intervention in the cantina have made her a leading voice for devotees of natural, artisanal wine. She featured in Jonathon Nossiter’s 2015 documentary ‘Natural Resistance’.

    La Stoppa Ageno Bianco Emilia-Romagna

    €39.95
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