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Reverdito Langhe Nebbiolo ‘Simane’ 2019
This finely-structured red tickles the nose with aromatic dark fruits in abundance. Meanwhile, the palate sings with a distinct floral thread and spicy notes of pepper and strawberries. It’s a perfect pick to elevate red meat dishes.
Maison Sinnae Esprit du Rhone Rouge 2020
The aromatic nose delights with notes of almonds, cherry and spice. It is quickly followed by a well-balanced bursting with flavours of spicy red fruit and herbs. Perfect match with grilled meats and charcuterie, this is a brilliant wine for entertaining. Please note that Laudun Chusclan rebranded to Maison Sinnae midway through the 2018 vintage. Depending on in-store availability, the bottle may either be branded as Laudun Chusclan or Maison Sinnae. Both wines are from exactly the same producer.
Coquard Beaujolais ’69’ 2020
Classic aromas of raspberry and wild strawberry dominate, with playful hints of blackcurrant to round it out. The complex minerality fleshes out the gentle tannins, resulting in a satin-smooth mouthfeel and a memorable finish. Best enjoyed on the cooler side (11-12° C) and great with charcuterie, poultry and cheeses.
Antonio Scala Ciro Classico
A superb single-vineyard Ciró Rosso made from 100% Gaglioppo grown in sandy clay soils, fermented in stainless steel and aged in concrete for a year. It has an enticing nose of red fruits, orange peel, scrub-brush, baking spices, and a deeper, cherry kirsch sweetness.
Montezemolo Barolo Monfalleto 2018
The Nebbiolo that comes off this property is some of the best in La Morra. Even in challenging vintages the Monfalletto terroir yields Nebbiolo that is both powerful and supple. Insiders know that this is one of the best terroirs in Barolo. 94 points, James Suckling - ‘Muscular and buff for the vintage with plenty of plum, terra-cotta and dry soil aromas and favors. Full body, flavorful finish’. – J Suckling (2012 Vintage)
Domaine Calot Morgon
Deep ruby with hints of pink and purple at the rim. Aromatically, it’s a highly perfumed mix of wild red and black berries, cherry, and cranberry along with woodsy notes of underbrush, rose petals and crushed granite. The concentrated palate is both fruit-saturated and refreshingly crunchy, the dark fruit notes and forest-floor woodsiness taking turns at the fore.
Châteauneuf-du-Pape Vieilles Vignes 2016
98pts Vinous: Is this the wine of the vintage? It’s definitely on the (very) short list. Powerful raspberry liqueur, cherry pie, incense, potpourri and spice cake aromas…Sweet and seamless in the mouth, offering deeply concentrated but shockingly lithe raspberry, cherry liqueur, five-spice powder and lavender...Blends richness and delicacy with a deft hand and finishes wonderfully long and precise... – Josh Raynolds (Vinous)
Chateau d’Aydie Madiran 2016
Deep, intense ruby red. Fine, elegant and complex on the nose, with a blend of black fruit and coffee aromas. It starts off rich and follows through with a mature consistency and silky tannins. Fine, precise woody mouth aromas. An exceptional Madiran, powerful and complex, with unusual potential. This wine can very easily be kept for 7 to 10 years.
Le Cecche Fiammingo 2017
A deep ruby red, with decadent chocolate aromas tempered with hints of red berries. Super smooth, with a velvety finish.
Marcoux Cotes du Rhone 2021
This is essentially a baby Chateauneuf, sourced from two sites adjacent to the Chateauneuf-du-Pape border. The wine is primarily Grenache with small percentages of Mourvedre, Cinsault and Syrah added. The nose and palate give peppery, deep red fruits perfumed with fresh floral aromas. In the mouth, the wine is concentrated with a grainy grip and balanced with vibrancy and lift. An impressive effort here.
Le Grand Verdus Bordeaux Superieur 2019
Merlot / Cabernet-Sauvignon From this 400-year-old property comes a rich and round 2019 that’s drinking beautifully right out of the gate. This wine reflects the many parcels of vines at Grand Verdus. It is intense and fresh, with aromas of red fruits, exotic spices and licorice. A great example of the balance and freshness of the 2019 vintage.
Marcoux Chateauneuf-du-Pape 2012/15/16
93pts Vinous: Highly perfumed red fruit liqueur, potpourri and Moroccan spice scents show impressive vivacity and focus. Sappy, alluringly sweet and precise, offering palate-staining raspberry and floral pastille flavors and a hint of spice cake. Closes very long and smooth, displaying excellent focus, even tannins and emphatic, floral-tinged persistence. – Josh Raynolds (Vinous)
La Fea Tempranillo Garnacha
Intense aromas of blackberries and dark cherries are paired with a smooth, balanced and full mouthfeel. A terrific value, it’s an excellent everyday wine with red meat, pasta and cheese.
Le Cecche Langhe Rosso 2016
A deep ruby colour. A smoky, black fruit nose brings forth sweet fruit on the palate. Full-bodied with lively acidity and a firm finish. Very easy to drink!
Rust en Vrede Cabernet Sauvignon 2017
91pts Wine Spectator: ‘A delicious red, exhibiting ripe red currant, raspberry and plum fruit laced with a bright savory note. Everything courses through the alder-edged finish. Focused and energetic. Drink now through 2020’. – JM, 2013 Vintage