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This is a 14 hectare family estate in Le Mesnil sur Ogier dating back to the 1900s. A wide use of Oak for fermentation gives complexity and richness. Grand Cru, 100% chardonnay aged for 6-8 years. Creamy brioche flavours with a mineral finish.
Restless River is a winery in the small but growing wine region of Hemel-en-Aarde, south of Stellenbosch. The land farmed has been lived on and worked by the Wessels family since they settled there from Europe in 1760. Since the winery launched in 2012, the wines have shot to International acclaim.
This is one of the best Cabernet Sauvignon’s around at the moment. Black and red currants with hints of graphite and tar. There’s also complex notes of wood, tobacco and cedar. The terrior is really unique and that is expressed in the wine. The name, Main Road & Dignity comes from the names of the vineyards that the grapes come from.
Starting in 1859, the Gaja family have become pioneers in wine making for five generations. As each generation takes over, they bring innovation on top of their heritage; today Giovanni has acquired some of the best vineyards in Barbaresco and Angelo has introduced new methods of higher density planting, green harvesting, shorter macerations and longer corks.
The Ca’Marcanda Magari is a blend of Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon and Petit Verdot. Lots of aromas and flavours of black fruits including black cherry, blackberry and liquorice with notes of Mediterranean herbs from both the Cabernet grapes. A richly flavoured wine with balancing freshness and acidity with refined tannins that give this wine an excellent aging potential. Drink with roasted red meats, casseroles and even pizza or pasta!
The Pousse d’Or domaine at Volnay was established in 1954. Its vineyards are anything but ordinary, consisting as they do mainly of premier and grand crus in the villages of Morey-Saint-Denis, Chambolle-Musigny, Corton, Pommard, Volnay, Puligny-Montrachet and Santenay The domaine’s 18 hectares yield 90,000 bottles annually and are managed in a spirit of respect for terroir.
A pure and silky wine which could comfortably sit alongside some of the greats from Burgundy. Powerful, yet elegant.
Stunning Grand Cru Champagne made with minimal intervention. Low sulphur, no fining, no herbicides or chemical fertilisers and all hand harvested grapes. This is a blend of only two vintages from family vineyards in Bouzy. Delavenne’s elegant cuvée are served at many Michelin starred restaurants in Europe, they make outstanding Champagnes that we are delighted to sell!
Grand Cru Champagne aged on its lees for 12 years. Absolutely stunning Blanc De Blanc that is very much drinkable now but will also keep until 2030. Delicate aromas of citrus, toasted brioche and a fresh and slightly minerally palate.
Niepoort have been making wines and ports in the Duoro Valley since 1842, the business being passed through five generations. Another classic Niepoort vintage: combining balance with superb concentration, and at the same time very fine and delicate. The wine also has a splendid rustic character giving it a wonderful individuality.
Concentrated aromas of ripe dark fruits, damsons and hints of black pepper. Intense on the palate and full-bodied with a long rich after-taste. It has gained complexity in the last 17 years, since bottling in 2005 and will be drinking perfectly now.
Valbuena is the purest expression of red wine at Vega Sicilia and is aged over five winters in barrel then bottle, hence the name of the end product: Valbuena 5º. The crucial first year of ageing takes place in barrel, with 75% French oak and 25% American oak. In this first stage, the aim is to amplify the wine’s structure, sense of sweetness and density. The second year of ageing takes place in large wooden vats and, during this stage, it gains elegance, complexity, tension and subtlety. The 2016 vintage is a floral and elegant wine, juicy and tasty with focused and clean flavours. A very good vintage that can age for decades – one to keep!
This is the estate’s flagship wine and the pinnacle of Ribera del Duero. A minimum age of ten years between barrel and bottle, one of the longest ageing processes in the world. Aromas & flavours of strawberries, autumnal leaves and fresh leather mingle with darker notes of bramble fruit and a hint of blackcurrants, sweet spice and dried chamomile flowers. Ripe and yet compact tannins lead to a long smooth finish. A delicious and yet brooding Único that will evolve beautifully.