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A great gift set that includes a Laurent-Perrier La Cuvee Brut Champagne in a gift box with two beautiful champagne flutes.
Tselepos Amalia Brut NV: Located in the region of Tegea, Arcadia in the Peloponnese, the estate’s vineyards lie at an altitude of 750 meters and boast sandy clay soil. The vineyards’ yield does not exceed 55 hl/ha. and the region’s microclimate can be characterized as continental with cold winters and warm, dry summers.
This incredible Natural Sparkling Wine is brut due to method of harvesting: the grapes are picked while their sugar are still low. Also favors great quality of this Sparkling the use of grapes harvested early for low potential alcohol in order to create the base wine. Traditional method is used with the second fermentation in the bottle.
Maison Roche de Bellene Bellenos Coteaux Bourguignons Cuvée Rouge 2016: Named for the ancient Celtic god of the sun, Bellenos (pronounced buh-len-os) wines are the ideal introduction to Burgundy. Bright, charming, affordably priced and ready to drink, they are the delicious “yes” that answers the eternal question: “Can’t we drink Burgundy every day?”.
Produced by Nicolas Potel, the Bellenos wines are the result of the cool and sunny climate of Burgundy, of its terroir and its traditional grape varieties. The Bellenos Cuvée Rouge is primarily from the Beaujolais area in the south of Burgundy, where fruity, mineral-inflected Gamay Noir is grown on granite soils. It is blended with finely structured Pinot Noir from the Côte d’Or in northern Burgundy. The result is a fresh, fruit-forward “Vin de Plaisir” — a deliciously expressive wine for everyday enjoyment.
Confidences de Prieure Lichine Margaux 2014: This jewel from France’s well known vineyard Château Prieuré-Lichine, regarded as one of Margaux’s most consistent producers is known for its elegance and suppleness, derived in part from the relatively high proportion of Merlot in the blend.
Bright floral and spice notes perk up the red stone fruit nicely in this sensual, silky Margaux.
Estate Notes: “In 1972, the pope of wine, Alexis Lichine, first made the estate’s second wine under its original label of Chateau de Clairefont, or as it is also called now, Confidences de Prieure-Lichine. This Margaux benefits from the same methods of harvesting, vinification, and follow-up as the Classified Growth. It is made with the grapes of younger vines and is aged in second and third-fill barrels for 14 months.” Winemaker: Etienne Charrier.
Arrow & Branch Cabernet Sauvignon 2013 Deftly balanced, well-proportioned and beautifully crafted, delivering a juicy beam of snappy blackberry, currant, gravelly earth and smoky, toasty oak.
Renato Corino Barolo DOCG 2012 The creative genius behind this Barolo is the Italian viticulturist Renato Corino. His reputation is displayed in his wines receiving the best qualifications of the industry. He applies all the techniques of organic care and the result is certainly outstanding: the unique vineyard Barbera Vigna Pozzo joins the half-dozen world-class wines produced by this varietal. A wine of impressive concentration, color and length, shows a phenomenal complexity of flavors and aromas.
Castello Di Bossi Chianti Classico 2015: For owner Marco Bocci, success is in the details, from vineyard to bottle. The entire Castello di Bossi portfolio of wines carefully balances the tradition and rich history of the region with innovative winemaking techniques; this Chianti Classico is no exception. Made from 100% Sangiovese, grown in soils with high chalk content, this wine shows just how good this varietal can taste.
Bodegas Borsao Campo de Borja Syrah Zarihs 2015: Very good wine, balanced, with black fruits and a clear structure. This wine is the reference point of Spanish Shiraz due to its high quality.
Campo de Borja is a DO wine zone in Aragon, northern Spain. This extremely arid area is situated just south of the Ebro River and north of La Huecha River, and borders the southern stretches of the Navarra wine region. It is centered on Borja, a small town laden with history, having been founded in 5 BC by the Celtiberians (tribes thought to be of mixed Iberian and Celtic stock).
Cafaggio Chianti Classico Riserva DOCG 2013 is silky, with nutty fruit and a hint of bitter chocolate character. Full-bodied, with fine tannins and a long finish.
The Cafaggio Estate, located in the “Conca d’Oro” (which translates as “The Golden Valley”) of the Chianti Classico subregion has been producing wine since the XVth Century, when the Benedictine monks who owned the land began cultivating grapevines and olives.
There are few regions as picturesque as Italy’s Tuscany. And there are few regions that produce finer wines, either. Tuscany is home to legendary wine regions where the red wine grape Sangiovese is king.
Viña Cobos Cocodrilo Corte Mendoza 2016 is a complex wine, very elegant and balanced Argentinian wine from a well known vineyard – Vina Cobos in the region of Mendoza, near the tall peaks of the Andes. Both 2015 and 2016 years were remarkably stupendous!
Voliero Brunello di Montalcino 2012 The famous enologist Andrea Cortonesi is very well represented by this Brunello, with a very nice grade by Robert Parker and the prime terroir of Uccelliera in Montalcino. Great Sangiovese varietal wine for the connoisseur and collectionists.
El Gran Enemigo, or the great enemy, comes from the saying “At the end of the road, you only remember one battle, the one you fought against yourself, the true enemy, the one that made you unique”. This great wine is one you will remember. Designed by Adrianna Catena and Alejandro Vigil, it combines Cabarnet Franc with some Malbec from grapes grown in it’s Agrelo Single vineyard in Mendoza Argentina. Wine Advocate called it electric and a very good value. As it is a 2010 vintage, it is ready to drink now.