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Livio Felluga Pinot Grigio 2017

Appearance: brilliant yellow with rosy and coppery tones.
Nose: ample, complex and sweet with notes of pear, orange blossoms, yellow fruit and hint of spices; intriguing development and an aromatic finish with significant persistence.
Palate: full and embracing, the sweetness of pear and nectarine brings amplitude, fresh and savoury at once, rounded by sweet notes of pastries, Crème anglaise and hazelnut; pleasant minerality on the finish.

Livio Felluga Sauvignon Blanc 2015

Appearance: straw yellow with light green hues, full, luminous and fresh
Nose: classic and complex, notes of white melon and hints of grapefruit, orange and tangerine; completed by intriguing sensations of green herbs, bell pepper, pear and hawthorn.
Palate: excellent freshness fused with a sweet sensation of ripe white fruit; energy, continuity and cleanness complete and invigorate the return of herbs and bell pepper; savoury notes of flint on the finish and aftertaste.

Louis Latour Bourgogne Chardonnay 2016


Honest, inexpensive, ‘Burgundy’-like with a fresh floral nose flecked hints of butter and green apple skin. The palate is fresh and lean with a touch of texture and richness from the malolactic fermentation and freshness, complexity and persistence of flavour throughout. Traditional fermentation in stainless steel vats, temperature controlled with complete malolactic.

Louis Latour Grand Ardèche Chardonnay 2015

Of a pretty pale yellow colour with golden tints, the Grand Ardèche 2015 reveals gourmet notes of pastry, vanilla and apricot on the nose. Ample and round in the mouth, it offers aromas of brioche bread and toasted hazelnut.

Marc Brédif Royal Oyster Muscadet Sévre det Maine 2016


A fine and expressive bouquet full of white flowers and citrus fruit including lime and grapefruit aromas. The bouquet develops notes of white fleshed fruit (pêche de vigne). This wine has a beautiful fresh attack and a beautiful evolution of vivacity and lovely minerality. The finish is aromatic and full of citrus fruit.

Varietals: 100% Melon de Bourgogne

Wine Alcohol: 12%

Harvest Start Date: September 10, 2016

Harvest End Date: September 25, 2016

Aging: 2 to 3 years

Marchese Antinori Vin Santo del Chianti Classico 2012

The grapes, grown exclusively on the various Antinori properties in Chianti Classico, were carefully selected and hand-picked into small packing cases, then spread out manually onto the reed drying mats of the Tignanello estate. Here they were left to dry until the end of the month of December and, at the end of this process of natural drying, were softly pressed to maintain all of their structural and aromatic characteristics. The must went directly into small oak barrels, coopered from various types of wood and from 13 to 52 gallons (50 to 200 liters) in capacity. The fermentation of the must was a long and gradual one and stopped on its own, leaving a certain residual sugar in the wines. The wine remained in the barrels for approximately three years and was then assembled and bottled at 15° alcohol.

Marqués de Cáceres, Deusa Nai Albariño 2015


Pale golden colour. Impressive mineral character from the terroir where the grapes are grown. The Atlantic influence of this D.O. leaves its mark with notes of sea minerals that open out on a depth of floral sensations and citrus fruit. Delicious flavours of pears, white peaches and nectarines mingle together confirming the unmistakable character of the Albariño grape. A white wine of distinction.

Meursault 2015 J.M Boillot


Boillot’s Meursault mingles nuts and grain with bright lime and alkaline and crushed stone mineral notes. This is certainly dense, energetic and bright.

•Alcoholic fermentation 100% in oak barrels (temperature : 18-20°C)

Montagny Premier Cru 2016


In the Côte Chalonnaise, South of Côte de Beaune, this Premier Cru “terroir” of Montagny displays the fruit and mineral qualities of Chardonnay.

Tasting : Pale gold colour. Delicate fragrances of honeysuckle mixed with lemony aromas on a hint of vanilla. Delicate minerality. Well structured and precise with a well-defined minerality. Long and refreshing aftertaste.

Food pairing : Suitable for most occasions. Food parings include pâté, lobsters and poultry, as well as many goat cheeses.

Muffato Della Sala 2014


The 2014 Muffato della Sala shows a lively and brilliant golden yellow color. The nose is intense and complex with perceptible notes of citrus fruit along with delicate sensations of peaches, dried apricots, and saffron. The palate is enveloping, but not to excess, with light notes of iodine and a very long continuity and persistence. Although still young, it is balanced, a wine destined to evolve over time and increase its aromatic complexity.

Patrick Piuze Chablis “Terroir de Courgis” 2016


Courgis is from a single vineyard on the left bank with clay topsoil on top of Kimmeridgian limestone bedrock. It’s typically the most weighty (think ripe, round fruit) of the Terroir wines.

Lovely flavours with stony fruit elements balanced by gentle starfruit characters. Well balanced with round finish. More clay than limestone in the vineyards here and the flavours are rich and deep with firm minerality. Long finish.

Patrick Piuze Chablis Grand Cru ‘Blanchots’ 2016

92 points
“The 2016 Chablis Grand Cru Blanchots has a fragrant bouquet with lemon curd, white flowers and a touch of nectarine, the mineralité tucked just behind. The palate is well balanced with a fine line of acidity and is quite tensile in the mouth with a brisk, saline, quite linear finish that will take three or four years to really open. Patrick opined that his Blanchots is a mix of the 2014 and 2015 vintages in style, which is not such a bad thing, and I agree.”
Neal Martin,
Wine Advocate
, August 2017

Petit Bourgeois Sauvignon Blanc 2017


Remarkably aromatic with pleasant flower and fruit fragrances recalling the flower of the vine and the fruit of the Sauvignon. On the palate it reveals a freshness and vivacity characteristic of grapes harvested at good maturity. Citrus, apple and gooseberry aromas with hints of passion fruit are often found in this lively and bright wine.

Petit Clos Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2016


A welcoming and fine hint of citrus (lime, grapefruit) and golden kiwi on the nose. Fresh, well-balanced and round on the palate offering a rich, dense and juicy mouthfeel dominated by exotic fruits, with a pleasant mineral note.