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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 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.
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.
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.
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.
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!
Carpineto Vino Nobile di Montepulciano Riserva DOCG 2013: This exceptional red wine derives its name from the Renaissance town of Montepulciano, located in the province of Siena. The term “Nobile” seems to originate from the fact that in the past its production was reserved exclusively for aristocratic and noble families of the area. Wine Spectator #11 of 2018 Top 100
Domaine Lafage Cotes Catalanes Bastide Miraflors Vieilles Vignes 2015 is a masterpiece. This irresistible Syrah-Grenache blend won 94 points from Robert Parker!
Avancia Cuvee de O Mencia 2015: Coming from Galician soil known for its gold mines in Roman times to slate mining today, you can expect a wine that is very much a representative of the Mencia grape with vegetal characters, berry nuances and stony minerality. If you love Pinot Noir and other aromatic reds, then Mencía is something worth trying!
Scopetone Rosso di Toscana Sangiovese IGT 2015 A true Tuscan Rosso cultivated in the maremma under the best organic technologies always using healthy agricultural practices. Medium-bodied wine of the Sangiovese variety, the jewel of Tuscany, Italy.
Becker Estate Pinot Noir 2013 is a remarkable full of depth and elegance, light bodied Pinot Noir. This lovely German high quality wine has a perfect combination of fruit and minerality, grown on the steep banks along the rivers in the of region Pfalz in West Germany, neighboring Luxembourg.
Bodegas Ordonez Botani Moscatel Old Vines 2017 is a young, elegant and fragrant wine. In this vintage, the aromas of ripe white fruit stand out, with floral notes of roses and jasmine. In the mouth, it is direct, with a certain volume and a very long finish.
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!
El Enemigo Malbec 2015 A joint venture between Adrianna Catena, daughter of Nicolas Catena, and Alejandro Vigil, Chief Winemaker at Bodega Catena Zapata, El Enemigo Malbec is produced at Piedemonte al Sur, located in the southern foothills of Luján de Cuyo, Mendoza.
Tami Nero d’Avola 2017: Farmed organically, fermented naturally, macerated for one week and aged six months in stainless steel. In the 1980s, a new generation of wine producers sought to prove that Sicily could make great dry wines. As happened elsewhere in Italy, they first focused on international varieties like cabernet sauvignon, merlot and chardonnay. As those wines drew attention, they then looked to Sicily’s myriad indigenous grapes. 100% Nero d’Avola.
Muga Rosado Rioja 2017: #93 Wine Enthusiast Top 100 of 2018. When Bodegas Muga was founded in 1932, it was actually called Claretes Muga, or “Rosés Muga,” due to the company’s specialty of high quality traditional claretes from Rioja. A clarete is a rosé that is produced from cofermenting red and white grapes. This was particularly common when the highest proportion of red varietals in Rioja was dominated by Garnacha. Today, Muga continues this tradition with Muga Rosé, which is Spain’s most respected and demanded rosé.
Farmed completely sustainable and organically, but uncertified.
Juve Y Camps Gran Reserva La Familia Brut 2014 Cava endowed with a bright and attractive pale golden color. Its tiny and abundant bubbles rise up forming numerous rosaries and a stable crown. High quality Cava from the hearth of D.O. Cava in Western Catalunya, Spain.
Ovum Wines Base Line Riesling 2017: This Oregon Riesling is of the kind of white wines that are honest reflections of time and place. Native ferments, no subtractions or additions, except for SO2 – extended lees contact 8-9 months, for textural complexity. All of this is done in neutral barrels of acacia and oak, as well as cement egg and Austrian cask. A rare but impressive wine to enjoy paired with Pork, Shellfish, Spicy food or Poultry.
Tami Frappato Terre Siciliane 2017 : 100% Frappato. From organically farmed, hand-harvested vines on a flat, sandy site in the DOC of Vittoria, Italy. The grapes are destemmed and fermented with indigenous yeasts in large concrete and steel tanks. Another masterpiece of Arianna Occhipinti.
Ovum Wines Off the Grid Riesling 2017: This exquisite Riesling was entirely fermented with native yeast in both concrete egg and neutral wood. Given extended lees contact, it’s textural and loaded with dry extract. Flavors highlight citrus rind, grapefruit and wet stone through the long and satisfying finish.
Arianna Occhipinti SP68 Bianco 2017 is a white wine capable of expressing the richness and personality of Sicily. It is made from indigenous grapes macerated on the skins and expresses aromas of fruit, citrus, aromatic and balsamic herbs and an expressive, traditional and direct taste.
Saint Cosme Côtes du Rhône 2017: Syrah requires a warm climate to fully ripen but enough moderating effect to produce intense, aromatic wines that are not overwhelmed by sweetness and alcohol. This Syrah grows in ideal terroirs of the southern Rhône and shows the varietal’s typical spicy notes of sandalwood, violets, and black pepper.
J. Christopher J.J. Pinot Noir Willamette Valley 2015: This excellent entry level Oregon´s Pinot Noir from the northern Willamette Valley, is a 2015 vintage, well known for its perfect weather conditions, and new techniques utilized at J. Christopher´s; these wines are handcrafted in small lots and are sourced from some of the best vineyards in Oregon.
Ovum Wines Memorista Riesling 2017: This amazing Riesling will leave you with an everlasting memory and the need to re-create the experience. Memorista reflects the pursuit of honest technique, Old World respect and vineyards that echo similar beliefs.
It was fermented in an Austrian cask, with a small percentage of botrytized fruit. It’s powerful and full with flavor yet impeccably balanced. Alcohol 12- 13%. Soil: Weathered Basalt.
An affable organic red wine from Tuscany, with a young energy. Light in the body, with hints of soft but thick and fleshy berries. Distinguishing notes of pepper, black cherry, and thyme. It is a firm and very balanced wine. Once poured, it reveals all its fruity and seductive character. It is produced from Sangiovese, Ciliegiolo and Montepulciano and it expresses a fragrant fruity bouquet and a smooth, fresh and pleasantly tannic taste.
A gift from the God of wine! This unusual wine is made from the Sideritis grape (Sideritis derives its name from the Greek word sidero, meaning “iron”, a reference perhaps to the mineral qualities of the wine.), which is a native of the north west Peloponnese.
This is a very rare 100% Sideritis, a thick pink skinned, late-ripening variety grown on 25-year-old vines, on calcareous soils in Movri Achaias with medium size stones and trace metals. The climate is mild and influenced by sea breezes and cool mountain air. Fermentation is done at low temperatures and the wine is aged “sur lie”.
This fabulously textured, medium to full-bodied wine is a collaboration between Château de la Négly owner, Jean Paux-Rosset, and his consulting winemaker, Claude Gros. An exciting blend of Syrah, Grenache, Carignan and Cinsault that is raised completely in concrete tanks.
Ktima Biblia Chora Areti White 2016 is produced from the Assyrtiko varietal cultivated on the Biblia Chora estate, near Ambelia, where the soil is limestone and clay. An excellent year, this Ktima represents the best of greek wines; one unforgetable experience.
Kiralyudvar Tokaji Furmint Sec 2015 is a dry organic and biodynamic wine from the famed Hungarian region of Tokaji. The region is known for its sweet noble rot wines but this Dry Furmint is combined with another native grape: Harslevelu to create a full-bodied white wine that has a chardonnay-like richness and riesling-like zing and minerality.
This medium-bodied red wine is grown mostly in the area around Bethlehem and Hebron in Palestinian territories. The vineyards are located at 2600 ft of altitude, organically produced, and made from the Baladi grape, a variety once thought extinct that has been around the Holy Land for over 2000 years. .The production and sale of Cremisan wines support the community work of the Salesian Monks in the Holy Land.
This Cantina PRA Soave Classico Otto 2017 is 100% Garganega wine from volcanic soil in the Soave region. It’s incredibly well balanced, crisp and refreshing. Coming from 60-year-old vines, its a very elegant wine with notes of pear, citrus and minerality in a long finish. It’s also well recognised as it has been named one of the best wines by Wine Spectator magazine in 2018.
Soft, luscious Panettone, slowly leavened from mother yeast for 36 hours. Aroma of citrus and vanilla, accompanied by a delicate cream, made from out Sicilian lemons.
Includes 380g Panettone in a gift box with 125g Lemon Cream.
Lapostolle Cuvee Alexandre Cabernet Sauvignon 2014 is a dark and deep red wine with ruby edges, and elegant nose with aromas of fresh red fruit such as raspberries and cherries. Produced in Chile with French methods, this 95 Points, by James Suckling, blend of 90% Cabernet Sauvignon and 10% Carmenere will entice you!
La Morandina Moscato d’Asti 2017 is a stunning frizzante (semi-sparkling) wine, considered a dessert wine but also great with Asian cuisine and cheeses. Fun, festive and full of sweet flavor, this is a white wine sparkler that can start a party, make a brunch or wrap its vino versatility around your favorite confections.
Finca Villacreces Pruno Ribera del Duero 2016 is a blend of 90% Tinto Fino (Tempranillo) and 10% Cabernet Sauvignon. It is kept 12 months in french oak barrels. This Spanish red wine shows a deep black ripe cherry color. Particularly fruity aroma typical of those wines that have rested inside French oak barrels.
Fabre Montmayou Grand Reserva Malbec 2015: This amazing Malbec is made from vines that are low-yielding and old, between 60 and 100 years, which result in incredible concentration. It’s a full-bodied wine with great dark fruit, soft tannins, and a degree of elegance that only these kind of vines can give. This wine will be the star of any meal.
Chateau de Trinquevedel Tavel Rosé 2017: We know why Tavel Rosé wine was the favorite of the American writer Hemingway. This is an unusually dry wine, but it has more body and structure than many other Rosé wines. It is considered to have the character of a red wine but with less color. Ideal to accompany salmon and asian food.
Mastroberardino Lacryma Christi del Vesuvio Rosso 2017: Made from native grape Piedirosso cultivated in volcanic soil near Mt. Vesuvius, this savory wine opens with berry and spice aromas. The palate delivers rich flavors of juicy cherry, raspberry and black pepper along with supple tannins and fresh acidity.
Elena Walch Müller Thurgau Vigneti delle Dolomiti 2017: A very drinkable aperitif wine and an uncomplicated companion for light dishes like seafood and flavorsome first courses.
Monchiero Nebbiolo d’Alba 2014: This incredible Nebbiolo remains in oak barrels for a year, which gives it it’s excellent texture and it’s dry, harmonious taste with highly balanced tannins. Its aromas convey a hint of brushwood; it is a preferred accompaniment to full-bodied pasta and game dishes.