Domaine Grosbois Clos du Noyer Chinon 2020
An intriguing nose – reminiscent of wild herbs and wormwood alongside its succulent red fruit flavors and light floral note. As always at Grosbois, the tannins are well handled – coating the palate with a chocolate powder-like texture. Incredibly satisfying.
92 Points Vinous
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SKU: 415483 Category: Red Tag: Domaine Grosbois
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.
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)
Antonio Llobell Torino Rosso Vermouth
High quality herbs are carefully selected for this radiant ruby red vermouth. Fresh floral aromas tickle the nose, while a slight sweetness teases the palate. The end is persistent with a subtle, nuanced bitterness that will leave you wanting more. Very low inventory. Max 1 bottle per order.
Coquard Chiroubles 2019
100% Gamay from the Chiroubles appellation in Beaujolais. This is one of the smallest appellations and also one of the
Reverdito Barolo Ascheri 2016
Vineyard: La Morra Production: 4,000 bottles Soil: Marl Barolo produced here is best described as “warm-hearted”. Michele’s Barolo Ascheri comes from the classic chalky soils of La Morra about 250 meters up the steep hillside, inter-planted with several types of grasses and beans to aid biodiversity and soil structure. The resulting wine has an enticing nose of flowers, ripe strawberries and dark cherries, and a good mouthful of plummy ripe elegant fruit. This deceptively mid-weight Barolo has a ton to offer.
Reverdito Barolo Castagni 2016
Vineyard: La Morra Production: 6,000 bottles Soil: Marl & Limestone Castagni vineyard lies at an altitude of 370 to 450 metres above sea level. Given the near perfect vintage, the 2016 Castagni offers beautiful drinking now but will most certainly reward cellaring. Incredible value for money here in such a pricey and sought after vintage. Lots of typical dark morello cherry and forest fruit, sweet spice and leather with a more savoury, smoky finish and firm but rounded tannins. This is a remarkably harmonious young Barolo.
Cote Montpezat Castillon 2018
89-91 Pts, Robert Parker: Composed of 75% Merlot and 25% Cabernet Franc, the deep garnet-purple colored 2018 Cuvée Compostelle gives up stewed plums, baked black cherries and spice box notes with chocolate and tilled soil hints. The palate is full and packed with black fruits, with a plush texture and spicy finish.
Coquard Moulin A Vent 2019
Moulin a Vent is one of the oldest and most renowned Beaujolais Crus. 2019 was a lovely concentrated vintage bursting