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The 40th Anniversary Cuvee celebrates the first commercial release of the Juvé Family private cava, “Reserva de la Família” into the market. In 1977 guests at family functions encouraged Mr Juvé to launch this Brut Nature cava to the market, and now it is the most iconic cava of its kind. Today it is the flagship wine of the estate and it expresses the family’s philosophy of extended aging on the lees and high quality, hand-harvested and hand-riddled cava.
Chateau Kefraya 2010 is an impressive red blend from Lebanon with dark concentrated color, thoroughbred and complex bouquet (spices, menthol, black fruits, tobacco), a full-bodied and rich taste as well as a solid tannic structure that endow this wine with a charming and solid character.
Chateau Kefraya Les Coteaux 2012 has a slight hint of oak, fruit and freshness to be appreciated fully after a few years of aging. Born from a unique blend of Syrah, Marselan, Cinsault, Cabernet Sauvignon and Tempranillo, Les Coteaux reveals an intense nose of roasted coffee and vanilla. The wine is rich and smooth on the palate, with harmonious spicy notes of black cherry and spices.
This is a very interesting blend of Crete’s two native grapes: The floral Vilana (65%), which also adds depth of color, and the fresh and fruity Vidiano (35%). Vidiano was virtually extinct at the end of the 20th century but has been saved by the interest of a younger and more innovative generation of winemakers. Together they create a balanced and fresh wine with lots of apple, grapefruit, pear and mineral tones.
This fascinating and structured wine is named after Monte Rosa, the second highest peak in the Alps. It has many of the characteristics of the Nebbiolo grape (85%) with a delicate aroma and also gives the brick orange tinge. Vespolina (15%) offers floral and spicy notes with light and lively taste.
The wine comes from the purest grapes (over 100 crus) and it alone allows Laurent-Perrier to craft ‘La Cuvée’, a champagne of great finesse and a beautiful freshness obtained after a long aging process.
Laurent-Perrier’s style and personality are defined by its very high proportion of Chardonnay. Purity, freshness and elegance – essential characteristics, expressed in this champagne – are a good introduction to the spirit of the House.
The Cristom Pinot Noir Mt. Jefferson Willimette Valley 2015 is interestingly placed just 43 miles from the pacific ocean, in the 45th parallel and planted in a diverse range of volcanic soils, “Mt Jeff” has vibrant red cherry and blackberry notes with spices.
Chateau Saint-Didier de Parnac Mission de Picpus Cahors Malbec 2016: Imagine a very famous french wine Merchant in Bordeux discovering great Malbecs in Mendoza Argentina, that inspired him and his partner to dedicate a whole vineyard to grow a fabulous wine in the limestone terroir of the slopes of Saint Didier Parnac with a gradient as an impressive 20 to 30%, in Cahors, the original home of Malbecs.
Andrew Rich’s Prelude is an elegant and complex Pinot Noir with a long finish that becomes a multi-dimensional experience of flavours. Black raspberry, cherry, peppery spices and a suggestion of liquorice on the nose. Silky, broad and open-knit; hints of candied flowers and cola complement plush dark berry and mocha flavours. Brilliant ruby-red. Finishes supple, with a hint of tangy berry skin, leaving notes of allspice and bitter chocolate behind.
Descendientes de J. Palacios Petalos 2016 is sourced from biodynamically farmed 60-year-old hillside and hilltop vines and is vinified in a fresh, modern style. This medium-bodied wine comes from the Mencia grape, the undervalued hidden jewel of Spanish wines!
Álvaro Palacios Camins del Priorat 2015: It is an honor to present this Alvaro Palacios entry level D.O. Priorat red wine. Being this an extremely very low yield wineyard, it is recognized as one of the most famed Carignan Grenache blend producers. Normally Priorat wines are very expensive, try this entry level and have the best of Catalonia wines!