Tasting Notes: The nose is buttery, lemony, fine and elegant. The mouth is tonic, full of energy, tense, very dynamic. A fine bubbled crémant that can be served as an aperitif but also with oysters, seafood, raw or grilled fish.
Tasting Notes: Straw Yellow, The Nose Expresses All The Typicality Of The Type Thanks To Pleasant Notes Of Ripe Fruit, Bread Crust And Yeast. In The Mouth It Is Dry, Full, Crisp, Balanced And Pleasant. Decided, It Closes With A Nice Return On The Fruit, Before A Slightly Bitter Finish.
Tasting Notes: This skin-fermented Pinot Gris is pretty darn brilliant stuff. Juicy, fresh, spicy, with a bit of bite and drinkability beyond compare. It's reminiscent of currants, rose hips, juniper and blood oranges.
Producer: I Mandorli Grape: Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc Color: Red Sparkling: - Vintage: 2018 Country: Italia Region: Toscana Subregion: Bolgheri Alcohol: 13% Aging in wood: No Soil: Clay Added S02: No
Tasting Notes: Handcrafted Sauvignon Blanc. A plump and rich Sauvignon Blanc. It has a good acid/sweet balance. The wine is made from organic grapes purchased by Domaine la Taupe from a friendly winemaker in the Loire region. Esprit wines are natural wines. It is pure fermented grape juice. Fermentation occurs spontaneously, without the addition of factory yeast. The wines are chemical free and unfiltered.
Producer: Frank Cornelissen Grape: Nerello Mascalese, Field blend Color: Red Sparkling: - Vintage: 2020 Country: Italia Region: Sicilia Subregion: Etna Alcohol: 13% Aging in wood: No Soil: Quartz Sandstone, Marl Added S02: Yes
Tasting Notes: Color intense ruby red, tending to violet, slightly clouded. Very fine and delicate notes of small red fruits, mineral timbres, citrus peel, liquorice, black pepper and cloves. Dry, elegant, fragrant, frank and mineral taste, with remarkable character and personality.
Producer: Ancarani Grape: Trebbiano Color: White Sparkling: Pet Nat Vintage: 2019 Country: Italia Region: Emilia Romagna Subregion: Romagna Alcohol: 11% Aging in wood: No Soil: Silt, Clay Added S02: No
Tasting Notes: Ancarani's Indigeno is a very lively, expressive, energetic and above all saline sparkling wine made by refermentation in the bottle without disgorgement. It has a rustic, country personality reminiscent of grape juice, wild herbs and fermentation yeast. It gives a lively, immediate and very refreshing sip.
Tasting Notes: This is the ancient indigenous variety, Blauer Wildbacher, planted on classic Styrian Opok soils (chalk and marl, rich in minerals). A 10-12 hour maceration took place before the grapes were gently pressed. The juice fermented naturally in stainless steel, with malolactic fermentation also taking place. Secondary fermentation takes place in the bottle. Not disgorged.
Tasting Notes: Direct pressing, ageing in old barrels for 4 months. This bottle is capped because it has residual sugar left that could have recreated a fermentation that did not take place. The nose is open on aromas of cherry flowers and fresh bread. The attack is on sugar, followed by a fresh acidity. The mid-palate brings back a sour/bitter balance to finish with a persistent acidity.