Tasting Notes: Cuddling in the meadow - what a calm, mild, flattering meadow scent, bright fruit, herbs, quite dreamy, like caresses, associated with a sense of well-being, a touch of nut, and a small exciting shiver, delicate mineral, tart tones. Harmony. Also on the palate: caressing, very delicate touches, flowing movements, everything so fine, the ripe acidity, the bright light yellow, greenish fruit brushes the palate, the fresh, slightly tart, chalky tones like a cool breeze, everything so delicate, so harmonious, there is no imbalance, no urging, no demanding, this is just being, delicately touched, light creamy, and in thought, yet so light. Wonderfully coherent, light Bourgogne Aligoté, of delicate, almost creamy flow.
Tasting Notes: Drying For 120 Days, Fermentation In Steel, Aging 5 Years In Oak Barrels And 1 Year In Bottle. Garnet Red With Orange Reflections, Ripe Red Fruit, Underbrush Fruit Jam, Cherries In Alcohol, Vanilla, Cloves, Talc, Tobacco, Cocoa. On The Palate Dry, Warm, Soft, Fresh, Savory. Soft And Velvety Tannins, Harmonious, Balanced, Fine And Persistent. A True Amarone, Not Like The Ones You Know...Wow!
Tasting Notes: This exclusive handcrafted blend was fermented and matured in Qvevri, according to the UNESCO recognized Georgian traditional wine production method. The wine offers the complexity of dried white and yellow fruits complemented with roasted almonds and sweet spices.
Tasting Notes: The first vintage of this single-vineyard wine, grown at 700 meters above the sea on Monte Portella with northern exposure. Due to the quality of the vintage pressed for the first time. Arenaria is a mineral rich sandstone formation with marl, quartz and light clay. Here Eduardo leaves the volcanic soil into an area which among the locals is called the "White Land." Planted with 90% Nerello Mascalese and 10% other local varieties, some of which are over 70 years old. 20 days without Temperature control in concrete vats carefully macerated and fermented. Further aging for 11 months in 500 and 600 liter tonneau, as well as concrete vats. A Nerello with a lot of depth and complexity that will still need some time. will need some time. Very angular, fresh, tart and some tannin. The red-fruited, mineral nose is promising and shows the potential of this terroir wine.
Tasting Notes: This cuvée is a very light expression of the Cinsault grape variety (spelled the ancient way). Vincent believes a short maceration allows for the grape’s distinct flowery nose to finally take its seat at the proverbial table, balancing delicate aromas with intensely juicy, slightly carbonic notes on the palate. The slight sprinkle of Grenache serves as a sort of fairy dust, adding length to guarantee a happy finish in your mouth.
Tasting Notes: Over 13 different grape varieties that grow together. The grapes are harvested and vinified together. Almost forgotten grape varieties such as Furmint and Heunisch come to life in this wine. The different degrees of ripeness of the grape material make this wine so diverse. While with "aromatic grape varieties" such as Muscat or Riesling, precision is sought, this is not the goal with this wine: you will find Golden Delicious apple notes, quince, a certain hay aroma in addition to floral notes (which probably originate in Furmint). This exciting wine is carried by a harmonious acidity and an almost salty minerality.
Tasting Notes: Hand picked fruit, left to sit overnight to cool down, crushed and
de-stemmed the day after into open fermenter either wood or stainless. After a
few days of maceration when the cap rises Lapo start plunging daily from once a day
up to 4 times in middle of the fermentation.
Drained off to press when bone dry, usually after 4 weeks on skins. Lapo does combine free run and pressings.
Racking of the wines happens at least couple of times in between the pressing off and the completion of Malolactic fermentation before the entonnage happens.
Only neutral barrels are used.
The wines are made with no addition of selected yeasts, malo bugs, copper
sulphate, fructose, tannins and the sulphites are kept to a minimum.
BAROLO del Comune di La Morra is a blend of two excellent crus Bricco
Rocca and Fossati , which are spontaneously fermented in open fermenters. Despite the hot July and August vines were not stressed and the fruit conditions were
excellent, picked early in October. This Barolo shows pure fruit
character, great depth and beautiful tannins, an absolute beautiful expression of the Nebbiolo grape.
Tasting Notes: Beautiful balance between tension and complexity. The nose, deep and complex, reveals buttery aromas. The attack, ample and fat, then lets express a superb minerality very typical of schist soils and beautiful citrus notes reminiscent of candied lemon.
Tasting Notes: Intense red color with purple hues. In the nose, there are ripe cherries, a touch of almond and a little cinnamon. It’s not too sweet, though, thanks to a leafy, peppery note in the background. On the palate it is immediately pleasant and juicy, with a nice fresh acidity and a minerality to contrast the sweet fruit.
Tasting Notes: Ruby. The Nose Is Expressed With Hints Of Red Fruits And Delicate Notes Of Violet. On The Palate It Is Soft And Full-Bodied; The Tannin Is Fine And Velvety And The Persistence Is Excellent.
Tasting Notes: Lively, very fine perlage; clean fruit bouquet, bread yeast, floral notes, a touch of rose grapefruit, rose hips, very diverse and profound. In the mouth brilliant, clear, pointed, noble mousse, punchy, straight, crystalline and of impressive persistence.
Tasting Notes: Blanc de Noirs of the historical Fleury's maison is a Champagne which contains in just one sip vigor and elegance. A Pinot Noir vinified in purity according to the precepts of biodynamic agriculture composed of at least 25% of reserve wines that give the glass that typical and unmistakable trait of the domaine of origin. Freshness and refined fruit on the nose, give way to an intense, refined and beautifully fragrant sip.
Tasting Notes: Direct vertical pressing. Fermentation completely with native yeasts in open concrete vats. No use of SO2 before setting.
Aging in barrels on fine lees for 8 months. Bottling, if possible, without fining or filtration. Maximum SO2 addition of 30ppm at setting
Taste characteristics: The Brézème terroir gives this Roussanne a particular character and elegance, often expressed by a touch of salinity (like certain Arvines from Valais). An absolutely enticing and delicious wine.
Tasting Notes: This Champagne Brut Ullens is the first Cuvee produced by Domaine de Marzilly which consists of a blend of 56% Meunier, 37% Chardonnay and 7% Pinot Noir. The base harvest from the year 2015 and with 42% of 'vin de reserve'. The vinification takes place exclusively in oak barrels during 36 months on its own yeasts.
With the dosage of 4gr. /l. this champagne is an extra brut. On the nose this champagne has floral hints which evolve into yellow fruit in the glass. On the palate it is bright, exciting and complex.
Tasting Notes: Fresh, vinous and of great elegance, a subtle, fine and straightforward wine that lends taste and full dignity to a grape variety that has been mistreated by the South Tyrolean territory.
Tasting Notes: Rich and classy, precise and sustained, spices, exotic and candied fruit, it reveals itself full and pulpy in the mouth, keeping elegant and balanced thanks to a great acidity and iodine traits.
Producer: Julien Guillon Grape: Chasselas Color: White Sparkling: - Vintage: 2020 Country: Switzerland Region: Valais Subregion: - Alcohol: 10.3% Aging in wood: Yes Soil: Added S02: No
Tasting Notes: At first, a slight smell of chalk and ink marker, which gives way to notes of apples, pears, caramel, freshly chopped herbs and lemon. On the palate it's super mineral, fresh and with good length. We recommend to speed up the aeration process by decanting or giving it a good shake before pouring!