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Citrus floral notes, complex aromas of sweet jasmine, lemon lime and an underlying nuttiness. The wine is voluptuous and generous, with a zing of lemon sherbet. Balanced and elegant, the palate is softened by the residual sugar which delicately offsets the acidity, giving length and structure. This is a very approachable food-friendly Riesling which can be enjoyed now or over the next five years.
An Orvieto made with the best grapes of the year from some of Mottura’s oldest vineyards. On a first appearance sweet on the nose , warm fragrance of wild mustard flower and vanilla; maturity reveals stronger scents such as mint, sage, thyme and certain resins. Dry but rounded on the palate, mellow, complex and persistent.
Very clean nose of white flowers, white peach and citrus. Mineral notes shine through. On the palate it is driven by the minerality (wet stones & salinity) accompanied by white flowers and zingy citrus. Incredible acidity which lingers on the palate and the mineral taste supports this.
Classic strong citrus characters with lemon and grapefruit prominent, complimented by elderflowers, with smoky and flinty undertones. A juicy and vibrant palate of pure citrus flavours leaving a lengthy finish with refreshing, balanced acidity. Food match: Fresh, simple seafood dishes especially oysters. Also compliments goat’s cheese well.
Really classy wine. Located in the town of Rubí de Bracamonte, part of the D.O. Rueda. The land is ideal for white varieties, especially the local Verdejo grape. On the nose, delicate and complex citrus gives rise to the characteristic aniseed of the Verdejo. In the mouth, oiliness, well-balanced with fine acidity and a long finish.
Intense tropical fruit up front and a crisp, clean finish. The different grapes tie together perfectly, creating a smooth, layered, off-dry white wine that can hold its own or stand up to just about any food pairing you dare to serve it with. It is extraordinarily food-friendly, from light salads to the hottest fusion-style cuisine.
Aussie winemaker Martin Cooper arrived at a Catholic monastery in upper Mosel valley via stints in Western Australia, Burgundy and the Finger Lakes, among others. Kloster Ebernach’s organically farmed vineyards (and in biodynamic conversion), in the coolest northern extremes of the Mosel, have been in continuous winegrowing use since 1673 and Martin is combining that heritage and exceptional terroir with a modern, intrepid energy. Each and every Riesling here brings something different to the party, and those the most exciting thing of all is Martin’s only just scratching the surface of what’s possible in this remarkable selection of old vineyards.
A dry, full-bodied Chenin Blanc with a succulent mouthfeel, intense aromas and remarkable ageability.
Like walking through an international marketplace, the bouquet of this Gewürztraminer tantalizes the senses with rose petals, orange peel and cardamom. The full and fruity midpalate shows rich ripe flavors of Bosc pears, white nectarine and lychee finishing crisply with hints of ginger and spice.
With more texture and complexity than the pure styles of Riesling in the Framingham range, the Old Vine Riesling is a deliciously balanced old-world style. Hand-harvested, bunch pressed with no juice clarification, and fermented with uninoculated yeasts, before leaving it on lees for 11 months ahead of bottling. The result is a harmonious mix of mandarin and ripe apple. Harmless crystals may form in the bottle.