Clean, bright yellow straw colour. Hints of tropical fruits, peach skin, white flowers (orange blossom) and light herbal notes. Fresh and crisp on the palate, with subtle citrus notes and good persistency.
Arinto, Fernão Pires & Moscatel.
From Casa Santos Lima comes this incredibly aromatic white highlighting citric notes, and which the palate shows once again. It is a vivid wine revealing freshness and a very good acidity.
80-year-old vines: 90% Viura, 5% Garnacha Blanca, 5% Malvasia
A fruit bouquet dominates the nose tempered with spicy notes of barrique. The palate is rich yet nuanced, with well-balanced acidity.
93 Points - Tim Atkin
Intense aromas of sweet herbs such as lemon verbena, star anise, and angelica. Well-balanced yet complex, the smooth, refined and well-rounded palate give way to a slight sweetness with a favourable tinge of bitter.
The elegant and citrus fruit finish fruit finish will leave a fresh and superb aftertaste giving this vermouth a velvety gourmet flair.
700mL | 18% alc/vol
A superb vintage that has wonderful concentration and backbone, with floral and mineral aromatic complexity, lemon zest, smoke and crushed chalk and glorious mouth filling depth. Fine balance and great finesse, with a capacity to develop. Drink this beauty over the next several years.
Made from several parcels in the village of Morogues. Practicing organic, soils are plowed and completely hand-harvested. Aged in a combo of 70% tank and 30% wood (foudres and used 400L barrels) and for 11 months.
A classic style that is released ready to drink. Quite aromatic on the nose with a rich and powerful palate, quite full bodied for a Sauvignon Blanc and makes a great alternative to Sancerre.
100% Greco, from a 2 hectare vineyard located in Cirò (Crotone district). Spicy, fresh aromas of peach, quince and honeysuckle hold much allure. The palate is white spice, salty, fresh and focused. This is an irresistible example of the native Greco grape.
"I think greco bianco (unrelated to Campania’s greco di Tufo) is potentially one of Italy’s best native grape varieties." - Ian d’Agata
Low yields, hand harvesting and farmed according to organic principles. 9 months in vats on fine lees.
Aromas of pears, lemons, peaches and honey with floral and mineral hints. Great tension on the palate, which is pure with persistence and incredible precision. An easy wine to drink with well-balanced acidity and great structure.