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  • Echo de Lynch Bages 2016
    Bordeaux, France
    58% Cabernet Sauvignon, 33% Merlot & 9% Cabernet Franc
    Dark ruby in colour, Echo de Lynch-Bages 2015 offers a sweet nose of red fruits, plums and a touch of jam with some creamy vanilla oak. A good example of Pauillac with silky mouthfeel leading to a structured finish.

    Echo de Lynch Bages 2016

  • Alter Ego de Palmer 2016
    Bordeaux, France
    Cabernet Sauvignon & Merlot
    Aromas of blackberries, cassis, chocolate, roasted espresso and a smoky/foresty note. This hedonistic, juicy succulent Margaux is best consumed in its first 10-15 years of life.

    Alter Ego de Palmer 2016

  • Yves Cuilleron Cote Rotie Madiniere, Rhone
    Rhône, France
    90% Syrah & 10% Viognier
    Bright ruby in colour with beautifully aromatic nose of fresh red berries and flowers (thanks to 10% of Viognier added to the blend). The palete is velvety smooth with a touch of liquorice and subtle earthiness.

    Yves Cuilleron Cote Rotie Madiniere, Rhone

  • 2016 Chateau Chasse Spleen Moulis en Medoc
    Bordeaux, France
    Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot
    Nice, smooth wine with an earthy red color. Good right bank Bordeaux example. Very fine tannins, and a good balance between smoothness and fullness. A full, well-balanced aroma.

    2016 Chateau Chasse Spleen Moulis en Medoc

  • 1993 Perrier Jouet 'Belle Epoque' Blanc de Blancs
    Established in 1811, Perrier Jouet Belle Epoque stands out visually amongst the other Grand Cuvee Champagne houses, thanks to the beautiful Japanese anemones on the bottle, designed by Emile Galle in 1902. Aromas of white fruits, lemons, white peach and pear gives way to hints of pineapple. This is followed by richer aromas of nuts, marzipan, and sweet spice. The palate is lively, with marked minerality. Sensual and silky, harmonious and beautifully balanced, the flavours mingle to leave a long, fine finish. An iconic vintage from Perrier Jouet. The last bottle that we know of left outside the Champagne House. Drink now to 2018.

    1993 Perrier Jouet 'Belle Epoque' Blanc de Blancs

  • Killahora Orchards Rare Apple Ice Wine, Ireland
    Cork, Ireland
    Rare apples
    Unique Apple Ice Wine from co. Cork made with juice from Killahora rare apples, concentrated using freezing temperatures and slowly thawed. This creates a beautiful, deep and rich must which is slowly fermented for a year and stopped before completion, leaving hslf of the apple sugars intact...nothing is added. It is a world firs in that its made mainly from Bittersweet cider apples, and the 1st Irish Wine ever sold. Killahora has waited 200 years to fulfill its true destiny, to make this, its premier drink.

    Killahora Orchards Rare Apple Ice Wine, Ireland

  • 2015 Espectacle del Montsant Catalonia
    Montsant, Spain
    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

  • Hospice de Beaune 1er Cru Magnum 2002
    Burgundy, France
    Pinot Noir
    Grapes 100% Pinot Noir Tasting Note This wine displays an open and pleasant nose with red fruit aromas and touches of humus and undergrowth which are replicated on the palate with some spice and vanilla. A fleshy texture with supple structure and pleasant tannins, this wine is evolving nicely, increasing in complexity and elegance.

    Hospice de Beaune 1er Cru Magnum 2002

  • 2012 Montrose La Dame de Montrose Saint-Estephe
    Bordeaux, France
    Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot
    Grapes Cab Sauv 41%, Merlot 55%, Petit Verdot 4% Tasting Note Intense deep red. Powerful and expressive nose with complex aromas of black fruit, fine oak, toasty and smoky. The palate is rich and full. Supple tannins and good length with aromas of very ripe fruit on the finish. Enjoyable in its youth while offering good potential for ageing. Scores and Awards 90-92/100 – Robert Parker, Wine Advocate Cellar Potential: ready to drink

    2012 Montrose La Dame de Montrose Saint-Estephe

  • 2011 Chateau Bernadotte, Haut-Medoc
    Bordeaux, France
    59% Cabernet Sauvignon, 36% Merlot, 3% Cabernet Franc & 2% Other
    -Neal Martin "I think this is an outstanding success this year. A very ripe plummy nose with a slight raisin note. Very rich and opulent with the Merlot dominating the aromatics. A very ripe palate with firm tannins and a good grip. Ripe blackberry and cedar. A very bold wine - probably the best Bernadotte that I have tasted. Excellent. 90-91 points"

    2011 Chateau Bernadotte, Haut-Medoc

  • 1999 Chateau Destieux, Saint-Emilion Grand Cru
    Bordeaux, France
    65% Merlot, 35% Cabernet franc
    Château Destieux is an 8-hectare domain located at the second-highest point of Saint-Emilion. From the top of its plateau, it overlooks the whole vineyard. The domain is owned by the Dauriac family. Advised by Michel Rolland, it is a very interesting Saint-Emilion, especially in great vintages like 1999. Still very strongly-colored, full-bodied, and tannic, these wines offer an elegant structure and develop very rich, fruity aromas. They have a good potential to improve with age.

    1999 Chateau Destieux, Saint-Emilion Grand Cru

  • Droin Chablis 1er Cru Montée de Tonnerre
    Burgundy, France
    Located right in the heart of the Chablis region, the French wine estate of Domaine Jean-Paul and Benoit Droin has been in the business of making wines for over 4 centuries now. The estate owns 26 hectares of vineyards that are spread across some of the best appellations to make Chablis, Petit Chablis, Premium Cru (9), and Grand Cru (5) wines. Currently, this estate is managed by the 13th generation of the family that founded this label. Every single bottle of wine produced here has ultimate respect to the pure terroirs of the Chablis region. The region is unique because it has many types of soils and almost 16 different climatic conditions. These conditions have a great and positive influence on the wines crafted here. Its aromatic profile, fine and complete, tends to minerality and white fruits. Also to be found are hints of white flowers, anise and menthol, brioche, and sweet spices. On the palate, its lengthy vivacity is prolonged by its saline aspect. Never aggressive, it expresses itself through the oyster shell as well as with notes of flint. After 5 to 7 years, its aromatic persistence is enhanced, thereby offering all its power, still balanced by straight-line minerality. It is after 15 years that it acquires incomparable complexity. It is the great lord of the Premier Crus. It will be perfect with grilled lobster.

    Droin Chablis 1er Cru Montée de Tonnerre

  • 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

  • 2016 Felsina Berardenga Fontalloro Toscana Tuscany
    Tuscany, Italy
    100% Sangiovese
    “A very special wine in the making.” - Antonio Galloni There are pygmies in the Congo basin, who will roll their eyes, yawn, and turn in for the night if you tell them about the 2016 vintage in Tuscany. It’s the worst-kept secret in wine, but it’s worth repeating one more time because the elements rarely align so perfectly. Felsina have fashioned a tremendous, age-worthy Sangiovese with the release of their Fontalloro 2016, a wine packed with hedonistic fruit and a structure to last for 20-30 years. Fontalloro is the most representative expression of Fèlsina’s Sangiovese. Fontalloro grapes come from vineyards straddling the border between Chianti Classico and the Chianti Colli Senesi denomination. Aromas of dark-skinned fruit, exotic spice, blue flower, and menthol shape the nose. It's linear, focused, ethereally elegant, offering succulent Morello cherry, raspberry compote, and star anise alongside fine-grained tannins. Fresh acidity lends balance. Drink now(2020) -2036.

    2016 Felsina Berardenga Fontalloro Toscana Tuscany

  • Hospices de Beaune 1er Cru, Cuvee Maurice Drouhin
    Burgundy, France
    100% Pinot Noir
    Maurice Drouhin was for many years Administrator of the Hospices de Beaune and was then Vice-President of its administrative Commission from 1941 to 1955. At the same time, he ran the Beaune négociant-éleveur Joseph Drouhin. His generous donation of top vineyards constitutes one of the largest Cuvées of Beaune 1er Cru in the Domaine des Hospices (covering 2.69 ha.). 40% of the land lies in Les Avaux, 25% each being Champs Pimonts and Boucherottes, the balance Les Grèves. Bright cherry-red color. A good level of concentration both on the nose and in the palate. A well-balanced wine, sometimes discreet but with a real charm.

    Hospices de Beaune 1er Cru, Cuvee Maurice Drouhin

  • 2017 Isole e Olena Cepparello Toscana IGT, Tuscany
    Tuscany, Italy
    100% Sangiovese
    The flagship Cepparello is 100% Sangiovese aged in French oak barrels. This nearly complete vertical charts the history of one of Tuscany's most compelling wines. The first Cepparellos were vinified in cement. The cellar was heated to induce malolactic fermentation and the wines were subsequently aged roughly equal parts Slavonian oak casks and smaller French oak barriques, with a dollop of chestnut barrels thrown into the mix. It was a time of enormous sacrifice, given that green harvesting was viewed as throwing money out the window, and every purchase of new French oak barrels was accompanied by a stern reprimand from De Marchi's father to pay attention to costs. But De Marchi persevered. The fruits of his hard labor and pricing are amply captured in these magnificent wines. Always one of the benchmarks for Sangiovese, 2017 doesn't disappoint. It boasts alluring scents of blue flower, perfumed berry, exotic spice and a whiff of French oak that flow over to the vibrant, elegant palate along with wild cherry, raspberry compote and licorice. Bright acidity and taut, fine-grained tannins provide an age-worthy framework. Give it time to develop to its maximum potential. Drink 2021–2033. KERIN O’KEEFE

    2017 Isole e Olena Cepparello Toscana IGT, Tuscany

  • 1961 Bouchard Lavieres Savigny Les Beaune 1er Cru
    Burgundy, France
    100% Pinot Noir
    Since its foundations in 1731, Bouchard Père et Fils has put together an exceptional vineyard holding along the Côte d’Or. The fact that the firm owns land in some of the most prestigious of Burgundy’s terroirs, makes its objectives an obligation: constant progress towards perfection. A ‘great wine’ demands time and utmost care at every step in its production. This is why the firm calls upon the most suitable equipment (such as the new winery, inaugurated in 2005) and a team that shares the highest standards in terms of craftsmanship and creativity. The name of this " climat " with rocky sub-soil comes from the great number of big flat stones called " laves " in the area. These natural stone slabs were used by the Merovingians for their tombs. One of these can be seen in the Louis XI room in the Château in Beaune. Bouchard Père & Fils owns 3.94 hectares of Savigny Premier Cru acquired at the beginning of the 20th century

    1961 Bouchard Lavieres Savigny Les Beaune 1er Cru

  • 2015 Echo de Lynch Bages Pauillac
    Bordeaux, France
    58% Cabernet Sauvignon, 33% Merlot and 9% Cabernet Franc
    Representing 25 to 40% of the harvest depending on the vintages, “Echo” is chiefly made from the property’s youngest vines. Its final blend often differs from that of Lynch-Bages by a slightly higher proportion of Merlot and Cabernet Franc. It is characterised by its soft tannins, a light and smooth oakiness, a silky texture in the mouth and a nice complexity.

    2015 Echo de Lynch Bages Pauillac

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