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  1. 2013 Chateau Batailley Grand Cru, Pauillac

    A classic Pauillac, with an abundance of black currant fruit with hints of toast and chocolate. full-bodied, dense and will certainly last for ywo decades
  2. Echo de Lynch Bages 2016

    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.
  3. Château Langoa Barton, Saint-Julien 2009

    A blend of 77.5% Cabernet Sauvignon, 15% Merlot and 7.5% Cabernet Franc. This has a ripe blackberry, violet tinged nose that is perhaps lacking the clarity and vigour that it often shows at this stage. A touch of seashells become apparent in the glass. The palate is full-bodied, quite sinewy comparative to other Saint Juliens with good concentration and purity of fruit with no signs of under-ripeness. The Langoa 2009 has a persistent finish with good depth and focus with blackberry and cedar to the fore. Very fine, as usual.
  4. Alter Ego de Palmer 2016

    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.
  5. Yves Cuilleron Cote Rotie Madiniere, Rhone

    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.
  6. 2016 Chateau Chasse Spleen Moulis en Medoc

    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.
  7. La Rioja Alta, Gran Reserva 904, 2011

    From an epic Rioja vintage, the 2011 Rioja Alta Reserva is drinking beautifully. This wine is a real stunner, and will be snapped up quickly by the discerning wine collector. Get one before this vintage is all sold out.
  8. 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.
  9. Flor de Pingus 2017 Ribera del Duero

    Dominio de Pingus is a Spanish winery located in Quintanilla de Onésimo with vineyards in the La Horra area of the Ribera del Duero region. It was established in 1995 by Danish oenologist Peter Sisseck who believes in a system of never fertilising or treating the vineyard with pesticides.

    “Explosively perfumed aromas of fresh boysenberry, floral oils and incense, with suave vanilla and woodsmoke nuances building in the glass. Sweet and plush on the palate, offering intense, smooth dark fruit liqueur and spicecake flavors. Really stains the palate, finishing with superb thrust and clarity; velvety tannins add gentle grip.”- Josh Raynolds

  10. Ornellaia, Bolgheri DOC Superiore 2017

    56% Cabernet Sauvignon, 25% Merlot,10% Petit Verdot, 9% Cabernet France The clusters were hand-picked into 15 kg boxes and then selected by hand on a double sorting table, before and after destemming, and finally softly crushed. In 2016, optical sorting has been introduced in addition to manual selection, in order to further increase the quality of selection. Each grape variety and single vineyard block was vinified separately. Fermentation took place in stainless steel and concrete tanks at temperatures below 25°C for a week, followed by maceration for about 10-15 days, for a total time in the vat of about three weeks. The malolactic fermentation took place mainly in oak barrels, 70% new and 30% once-used. The wine then remained in barriques, in Ornellaia’s temperature-controlled cellars for about 18 months. After the first 12 months of maturation, the wine was assembled and then returned to the barriques for an additional 6 months. After bottling, the wine aged a further 12 months prior to release. “Ornellaia 2017 masterfully interprets what was a particularly warm and sunny year. The intense and dark colour heralds a wine of beautiful concentration; the nose, rich and complex, releases scents of ripe red fruits, accompanied by notes of sweet tobacco and vanilla. The taste reveals an Ornellaia of great balance, a combination of firmness and pleasant freshness.” Olga Fusari – Winemaker – July 2019 Cellar Potential 2020-2040
  11. 2017 Tenuta San Guido Sassicaia Bolgheri Tuscany

    In 2017 Bolgheri was blessed by the third exceptional vintage on the trot, after the superb 2015-16. People are struggling to remember two such excellent consecutive vintages and it is fair to say that the release of the wines has been much anticipated. The critics have been lavish with their praise. 93/100 Wine Advocate Sassicaia is today one of the most sought after fine wines in the world. This is larely because of the vision, energy and drive o proprietor Mario Incisa della Rocchetta. The name Sassicaia means place of many stones and the gravelly soil has been compared to those found in the Medoc. "Mid-deep ruby-garnet. A notable nose ragrance with tobacco scent lifts out of the glass. Acore or ripe, sweet cassis fruit is wrapped in subtle clove oak spice, some earthy tones and cigar box. Needs only a little coaxing from the glass, whish is surprising, given its youth. Focussed, precise and elegant cassis on the palate with crushed rock and tobacco. Very fine, fairly firm tannins, with a line of acidity helping to give structure. Very long, delicate, scented finish." Tim Jackson, MW, jancisrobinson.com
  12. Chateau Lynch Bages, Pauillac 2003

    Ch. Lynch Bages, a Cinquième Cru Classé, is one of the best-known Médoc estates and has always had a particularly strong following on this side of the English Channel. The wine can be surprisingly soft and approachable when young; however, when fully mature, it develops a succulent richness and a heavenly bouquet of minty blackcurrants and cigar boxes. As Oz Clarke says, “Lynch Bages is impressive at five years, beautiful at 10 years and irresistible at 20.”

    The 2003 Lynch Bages has re-emphasised just how good the Left Bank wines are. Huge wafts of muscular, minty, cassis-laden Cabernet Sauvignon on the nose introduce a powerful structured palate with savoury hints of liquorice. It displays even more elegance than other vintages and looks likely to prove absolutely stunning with a bit of patience. Cellar Potential 2012-2030

  13. Chateau de Puligny-Montrachet, Puligny Montrachet 2016

    From the winery: "Our Puligny-Montrachet is rather unique because three-quarters of the bottling comes from a 1.1 hectares parcel situated in the Puligny Premier Cru "Les Chalumeaux" that was declassified by INAO when it was replanted in 1975 because the former owner brought in 20 centimeters of topsoil from elsewhere. 

    This is the only Puligny-Montrachet village vineyard to sit mid-slope, amidst the Premier Crus. The two other parcels that complete this wine are located in "Levron" and "Baudrières-Nosroy" and compose another 0.38 hectare.

    Our wines are known for their great aromatic purity. We always favor balance and elegance over power and extraction. The wines are classic expressions of Burgundy, of their appellations in general and of their specific terroirs in particular. The farming methods we use contribute to this individual style, and our winemaking methods aim to avoid excessive outside influences in order to bring out the equilibrium that can be found naturally in Burgundian terroir.

    "A markedly floral-suffused nose expresses additional notes of honeysuckle, citrus and sandalwood. There is a much finer and more mineral-driven palate impression to the vibrant medium weight flavours that culminate in a balanced, refined and lingering finish. The high proportion of 1er juice is quite evident."

  14. Killahora Orchards Rare Apple Ice Wine, Ireland

    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.
  15. 2015 Espectacle del Montsant Catalonia

    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
  16. 2017 Pataille Marsannay Clos du Roy Cote de Nuits

    Fresh and vibrant red fruits to the fore. Cote de Nuits at its best. Lovely savory palate with more small berry fruits on the finish and silky tannin.
  17. G.D. Vajra, Barolo Bricco delle Viole

    Brilliant ruby red this single vineyard Barolo shows elegant notes of cherry, dark berries and dried flowers. Hugely complex with silky tannins and a delicately spiced finish.
  18. David Moret, Meursault, Sous la Velle

    Sous le Velle is a lieu-dit situated next to the town of Meursault. This beautiful wine shows superb concentration with nicely rounded fruits and balanced acidity. Textured and rich.
  19. Kopke 30 Year Old Tawny Port, Portugal

    A port of high quality, made by blending wines of different harvests to achieve an array of qualities that are typical of these aged tawny Port wines. These wines have each matured in oak casks for varied periods of time, with the average age of all the wines in the blend defining the age on the label. The resulting blend expresses the characteristics given by the ageing in wood. Amber in colour, with green hues. An intense and complex nose, with prevailing aromas of dried fruit well-balanced with notes of vanilla and honey. On the palate, it is harmonious, concentrated and unctuous. A superb and enduring finish.
  20. Chateau Margaux, Margaux 2016

    Grapes 90% Cab Sauv, 4% Merlot, 4% Petit Verdot, 2% Cabernet Franc. Tasting Note Fresh cassis nose with mocha and violet notes. The powerful palate shows dark chocolate, black fruit, hints of cedar. Long pure finish and pure silky texture. A fantastic wine with 10-15 years cellaring as well as drinking well now. Scores and Awards 93/100 – Robert Parker, Wine Advocate
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