This beautiful Chablis is a combination of two outlaying partials, Les Pargues and Les Cartes. The Chardonnay at Les Pargues is very mineral and the Chardonnay at Les Cartes faces the 1er Cru partial Les Vaillons, known for chalky soils. This chablis is clean, lean, aromas of white fruit and a fair amount of acidity with crispyness.
THE WITTMANN FAMILY has been growing grapes and producing wine in the small village of Rheinhessen, Westhofen since 1663. Today, the estate cultivates 62 acres of vines in the rolling lime- stone hills found in the western part of the Rhine river valley. The estate has as its foundation the pursuit of balanced wines that have tension, depth and intensity, but are at the same time fresh and elegant.
Wittmann has positioned in the 5th place of Best Riesling of Germany 2017!!!
Goldenyellow colour, aromas of grapefruit and pomelo. salty limestone and a lingering finish.
When you blend Nebbiolo, Barbera and Cabernet Sauvignon, thats what full-bodied means. A nice, garnet red wine with an intense, wide range of aromas. Flavours like spices, cherries, balsamic, vanilla and hazelnuts are indispensable. This wine is rich, deep in taste and has a great long finish. A superb wine! pair it with roasted meat dishes, heavy casseroles, solid cheeses,...
This family-run domain, based in Meursault, was created by Julien Coche in 1940 and began as just one hectare of vines. His son Alain (a cousin of Jean Francois Coche Dury) took over from him and earned a high reputation from the vintages he produced in the 1980s and 1990s, and Alain's own son Fabien has been involved since 1995 and now oversees the day-to-day running of the domaine. The family now has 12 hectares, 60% of the vines are over 60 years old. No herbicides have been used since 2004. Coche's wines are highly individual in style - they are designed to be aged for at least 5 to 10 years before being drunk, but will subsequently develop into some of the most well-balanced, beautifully structured wines of entire Burgundy.
Wild strawberry, candy, roses. Linear moutfilling, elegant and subtle. Top!
Arianna Occhipinti prompted her study oenology at university in Milan. There, she was distressed to find the emphasis on chemistry and laboratory work, at odds with the more natural winemaking she had learned from her uncle, COS. For her, it was about farming: the vines. In her early 20s, she began making wines in her home area of Vittoria, Sicily. She decided her style would be one of finesse and elegance and perfume over power. Her first vintage (2004) was released in 2006 when she was just 24. At the time she had just one hectare of vines. Today, her vine holdings are 22 hectares of Nero d’Avola and Frappato, and a hectare and a half of white grapes Albanello and Zibbibo. These are exemplary wines, naturally made, and showing finesse and interest. Arianna Occhipinti has become a seminal figure for a new generation of wine lovers. Her rise to prominence has been meteoric, and rightfully.
Dark red color. Lovely density, floral nose. Fresh, vivid palate with pretty cherry fruit and some grip.
Red wine from the foot of The Alps! Cherry red color with nose of spices, red blackcurrant and a twist of oak. Simply reminds you of a Syrah from a superb high altitude. Great balance of red fruits in the mouth. Drink at cellar temperature!