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Montevertine PIAN DEL CIAMPOLO 2015Composed of Sangiovese with tiny amounts of Canaiolo and Colorino blended in, this is the basic red wine of the estate. It sees 18 months of aging in large barrel. The 1.5 hectare vineyard parcel was re-planted in 2003; the vineyards face east - northeast which produces a long growing season resulting in the complete maturation of the grapes and exceptional balance to this wine which reflects the classic Montevertine style marked by elegance and complexity. Food Pairings: Salami, pasta, grilled meat.
Bussola Valpolicella Superiore Ripasso Ca' del Laito 2014Aged for 17 months in 700L Austrian oak - second passage. Ca'del Laito was a place-name for a vineyard that straddles the ridge above Quintarelli. Tommaso purchased the vineyard (and the little workhouse there) from Masi in ~2002.
Bodega Volcanes de Chile Reserva Cabernet Sauvignon 2016Appearance: Bright, ruby-red. Aroma: Bursting with cassis and underlying notes of minerality. Mouth Feel: Intense fruit flavours combine with fresh acidity with primary flavours of blackcurrants and strawberries with subtle hints of spice and mineral notes. Food Pairing: Grilled meats or dishes with rich, flavoursome sauces.
Bodega Volcanes de Chile Reserva Carmenere 2016Reserva Carmenere reveals the typicity and elegance of its origins. Appearance: A deep violet-red colour. Aroma: Intense aromas of red and black fruit, bitter chocolate, notes of herbs, toast, tobacco and olives. Mouth Feel: A fresh and broad mouth; nice palate with gentle and mature tannins, plus its typical black pepper and spicy character. Food Pairing: Ideal to pair with casserole dishes, red meat, stews, lamb, sausages. Also, it goes perfect with typical Chilean preparations such as corn dishes (pastel de choclo, and humitas), porotos granados (beans) and empanadas.
Bodega Volcanes de Chile Reserva Sauvignon Blanc 2017Appearance: Bright with a greenish hue. Aroma: Citric aromas and delightful minerality combine with subtle, herbal notes. Flavor: Flavours of Lime and lemon zest as well as a clear underlying minerality. A hint of herbaceous flavours and pleasant salinity. A very fruity and expressive wine with an elegant finish enhanced by the three months of lees contact post-fermentation. Pairings: Drink alone or with white meat, fish, seafood or light salads.
Domaine de L'Hortus Le Loup dans la Bergerie 2017
Domaine Jean-Marc Pillot Bourgogne Blanc Le Haut Des Champs 2016This wine establishes the base-line for the generous, open style adopted by Jean-Marc Pillot for all of his wines.
Chateau Bellevue Marchand Bordeaux Rouge 2016
Brovia Barbera d'Alba Ciabot del Fi 2015
Brovia Barolo 2012The particular composition of the ground confers on the wine a great balance in the scent and in the structure. The colour is intense red. The smell is heterogeneous, with a clean scent of dry and sweet fruit and floral aromas.The wine is full bodied with a solid acidity that gives it more longevity suitable to stand the test of time. Recommended with: This wine is suitable for tasty and elaborate meat dishes and for dry mature cheeses.
Brovia Barolo Unio 2014Evaluating the 2014 Barolo "Unio" blind, one would be hard-pressed to declare it from anything less than a stellar vintage. Brovia's late-round strategy of assembling one great wine paid off enormously, and the end result is not just good, it is shockingly gorgeous. The nose soars, laden with the beautiful, complex, almost philosophical spice of great Nebbiolo, and anchored by dark, savory fruits. "Unio" is a densely-boned fighter whose musculature makes up in definition what it lacks in size. The vintage's lightness is felt not in any sense of dilution but in a sense of mesmerizing clarity the kind of clear-eyed freshness that the heft of riper vintages sometimes masks. In the absence of excess flesh, the wine's profound minerality is positively arresting, reading as chiseled and foundational rather than as an undertone or a grace note. Furthermore, the family's remarkable feel for well-judged extraction is on full display here, as the tannins are as perfect as could be imagined neither coerced past their natural potential nor buffed into insignificance. They are downright sexy tannins, in fact the lower-lip bite at the end of a kiss that manages to be both tender and suggestive.
Ferrando Carema Etichetta Bianca 2011The Carema of Ferrando reveals the most elegant and delicate and complex characteristics of the Nebbiolo grape with a surprising capacity to age. We have witnessed this wine at thirty-plus years of age displaying vibrant, seductive qualities that are simply astonishing. Color: Intense garnet red, limpid and dense. Nose: Spicy, fruity notes. Fine hints of dried flowers and rose petals. Palate: Warm, tannic mouthfeel. Well-integrated spicy notes.
Giuseppe Mascarello Barolo Monprivato 2012The Mauro Mascarello family MONPRIVATO vineyard is located in the village of Castiglione Falletto, and is a classic prime medium-hillside site stretching over six hectares (15 acres) at 280 metres above sea level, in the heart of the Barolo wine-growing area. It is historic vineyard, as is confirmed by old land registry archives dating back to 1666. The soils of Monprivato, coupled with the haunting refinement found in Nebbiolo Michét, produce one of the most compellingly complex and elegant interpretations of Barolo to be found. With bottle age Monprivato produces a beautiful, red fruity, truffley and soil-driven Barolo, redolent also of autumnal notes and roses. For four generations the winemaking style of the Mascarellos has followed a traditional approach that allows for the brilliant underlying terroir of all of their wines, and Monprivato in particular, to take center stage.