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Ardèche Chardonnay

$17.90
  • Maison Louis Latour is one of the most innovative producers in Burgundy whilst maintaining its traditional image. With a view to expanding the business in 1979, the valley of the Ardèche river with its clay and limestone-based soils was chosen as the ideal location to produce a top-quality Chardonnay wine. The Chardonnay d’Ardèche is aged in stainless steel vats for approximately 10 months. It is a fresh and easy to drink wine.

Beaune Clos des Fèves – Monopole 1er Cru 2015

$135.00

Tasting : Dark colour. Intense aromas of cherries (Burlat) and small dark olives. Well-structured, ample and complex, true to its terroir. Very long and fleshy finish with well integrated tannins. Outstanding aging potential.

Food pairing : Game (pheasant), poultry and all the classic cheeses (Epoisses, Langres).

Billecart Salmon NV Brut Réserve

$3.00$12.00

The Brut Réserve is a light, fine and harmonious champagne. It is made up of a blend of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier from three different years and sourced from the best sites in the Champagne region.

Billecart-Salmon NV Brut Rosé

$99.90

A Romantic Champagne

With its subtle and gourmand aromas, this cuvée provides a reference point amongst rosé champagnes. It will bring real pleasure to your happiest moments with its sparkling colour, it’s amazing finesse and its great intensity.

Bollinger Rosé NV

$84.60

With its intimate and unusual flavours, Bollinger Rosé can be served for afternoon tea, Bollinger-style. It is also perfect for a picnic on a summer afternoon, as a pre-dinner drink or served with a fruity and tart dessert. To fully appreciate its unique style, bouquet and aromas, Bollinger Rosé is best served between 10 and 12°C.

Bronze tones combined with the intense depth of a great red wine
The nobility of red berries: hints of red currant, cherry and wild strawberry A spicy touch, not unlike Special Cuvée
A subtle combination of structure, length and vivacity, with a tannic finish due to the adjunction of red wine Bubbles as fine as velvet Flavours of wild berries

Bollinger Special Cuvée NV

$67.00

A golden colour, distinctive of black grape varieties ; very fine bubbles. A beautiful aromatic complexity ; ripe fruit and spicy aromas ; hints of roasted apples, apple compote and peaches. A subtle combination of structure, length and vivacity ; bubbles like velvet ; pear, brioche and spicy aromas, notes of fresh walnut.

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Bourgogne Pinot Noir Cuvée des Ducs 2015

$24.90

Blackcurrant, strawberry, sour cherry, minty note, the nose of this burgundy invites to continue. The palate is supple and fresh in attack, then develops a pleasant roundness supported by fine and silky tannins. A harmonious wine and easy to access.

By Ott

$28.20

BY.OTT is blended and bottled in the new Château de Selle cellar, where part of the winery is exclusively devoted to its production. The entire process is controlled – from the blending to the storage -, ensuring the perfect quality expected of these wines.

Ca’Marcanda CAMARCANDA 2009

$108.50

The flagship wine, the 2009 Bolgheri Camarcanda, is a blend of 50% Merlot, 40% Cabernet Sauvignon and a small component of Cabernet Franc. Perhaps inspired by the elegance and finesse of Nebbiolo, Angelo has miraculously applied those traits to the exuberant winemaking world of coastal Tuscany. This blended red shows enormous attention to detail with sharp and focused aromas of black inky, polished river stone, blackberry and spice. The mouthfeel is firm with soft fruity layers at the back. You can count on a wide drinking window.

Chambolle-Musigny 2011

$106.00

Chambolle Musigny is a small village located in the heart of the Côte de Nuits between Gevrey Chambertin and Clos de Vougeot

Dark ruby colour. Very pure aromas of red berries (cherries and raspberries) mixed with notes of toasted bread and liquorice. Delicate vanilla note. Well-balanced. Complex with a refined texture and a very pure fruit. Well integrated tannins and delicate oak note. Long aftertaste.

Chanson Viré-Clessé 2015

$27.50

Pale gold colour. Refreshing aromas of exotic fruit and peach mixed with spices enhanced by a hint of minerality. Well structured and tense. Notes of oyster shell. Well-integrated acidity. Spicy aftertaste. SCORE 91 – WINE SPECTATOR

Charmes-Chambertin Grand Cru 2015

$335.00

Tasting : Deep ruby colour with purple nuances. Intense aromas of ripe black berries and black plum mixed with spices and vanilla notes. Dense and deep. Taut with an elegant structure and a tight texture. Well-integrated tannins. Long aftertaste.

Food pairing : It is perfectly matched with red meat grilled or en sauce and all cheeses, especially the local cheeses like Epoisses or Citeaux.

Chartreuse Yellow

$58.40
  • YELLOW CHARTREUSE 40% alcohol (80° proof US)

    Milder and sweeter than the famous Green Chartreuse, Yellow Chartreuse was introduced to the world in 1838. It also is presented in the traditional Chartreuse liqueur bottle embossed with the seal of La Grande Chartreuse. Its colour is entirely natural with no artificial flavours or preservatives. It, too, can be enjoyed neat or in a long drink.

Chateau Bonnet Entre-Deux-Mers 2016

$18.00

Sauvignon blanc 60% / Sémillon 20 % / Muscadelle 20%.

Very Sauvignon, this wine of André Lurton at an affordable price, is an example of “everyday wine”: succulent aromas of pear and tropical fruit, nervous and expressive on the palate, clean finish and well-defined . Intelligent, vibrant easy to drink yet.Beautiful balance between roundness and freshness on the palate with an astonishingly long aftertaste. The lemony freshness on the finish goes beautifully with seafood, although this wine is also delicious on its own, as an aperitif.

Château de Beaucastel Châteauneuf-du-Pape Rouge 2014

$124.00

The slow maturation of the red grapes and long vinifications provided aromatic wines with freshness and finesse. The Syrah is gorgeous and Grenache is fruity and balanced. This 2014 offers wines with lots of fruit and balance. The tannins are soft and silky, with lots of volume

VARIETALS Cinsault : 5%, Grenache : 30%, Mourvèdre : 30%, Vaccarèse, Terret Noir, Muscardin, Clairette, Picpoul, Picardan, Bourboulenc, Roussanne : 15%, Counoise : 10%, Syrah : 10%

Château de la Nerthe 2015

$51.00

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Château de Pez 2009

$72.10

The Château de Pez winery remains resolutely faithful to wood. The blend is composed in December, then the wine is stored in barrels (40% new wood, 40% in “Premier vin” casks and 20% in “Deuxième vin” casks) and racked every three months. It is to be noted that the wine undergoes absolutely no filtration.

Château de Pez exhibits deep colour and harmonious composition. This complete, rich, dense wine merits prolonged ageing.

Grape varieties:- Merlot Noir: 48%- Cabernet Sauvignon: 45%- Cabernet Franc: 4%- Petit Verdot: 3%- Malbec: 1%

Château de Rayne Vigneau 1er Grand Cru Classé de Sauternes

$31.60

A very fresh nose, both lively and intense. Instantly aromatic and reminiscent of citrus fruit, especially grapefruit, closely followed by fresh apricots.

The touch is silky-smooth on the palate, and one finds the full range of racy freshness that was noticeable on the nose. It feels just as crisp as a fresh apricot. The volume then grows gradually, producing mangolike flavours.

Chateau De Ribedon 2015 Bordeaux Superieur

$18.30

Intense colour, shiny ruby reflections Nose: red and black fruit Ripe and concentrated tanins Complex and sophisticated wine, well balanced throughout the tasting. Generous volume, full bodied and rich and elegant final taste. The tasting reflects the expression of the terroir and the quality of the grapes.

GRAPE VARIETIES: 70 % Merlot, 20 % Cabernet sauvignon, 10 % Cabernet franc

Château du Tariquet – XO Bas-Armagnac

$72.00

Ugni-blanc 60% Baco 40%

An intense bouquet, steeped with the aromas of freshly baked bread, toast and underlying candied fruit. Fresh, supple and well-rounded on the palate, revealing a subtle union of vanilla oak and fruit. Good length, with the aromas of dried fruit and toast on the finish.

Château du Tertre 2010

$99.80

Château du Tertre (Margaux AOC): This Classified Growth in 1855 is the first label of Château du Tertre. It is of great sweetness and flavour. Silky and freshness are combined in this flask to bring you the elegance expected of a great Margaux wine. The aging potential of this great wine is between 8 and 20 years or even more for the most exceptional vintages.

Grapevarieties: 43 % Cabernet Sauvignon -33 % Merlot -19 % Cabernet Franc –5 % Petit Verdot

Château Feytit-Clinet 2011

$130.80

Round, ripe full bodied Pomerol with ripe black plums and spices in the finish. There is a hint of cinnamon sweetness in the finish which is moderate in length. Tannins and flavours taste a bit extracted.88 points 90 points Jancis Robinson.

Château Fombrauge Saint-Emilion Grand Cru 2010

$71.50

Sight: Ruby red, with luster and clarity. Smell: Expressive nose of regular complexity, primary notes of red fruits, blackcurrants and cherry. Taste: Appealing, supple and light. The palate is characteristic of its balance: acidity and almost total absence of tannins enhance the impression of roundness. Attractive, elegant and fresh finish.

89% Merlot, 8% Cabernet Franc, 2% Malbec, 1% Cabernet Sauvignon

Château Gazin 2011

$145.00

You can enjoy the 2012 vintage right away, even without decantation, but it will be better after aging 5 or 6 years (2018), during which time it will develop a complement of classic Pomerol notes: humus, truffle, leather…It should not be stored longer than 15/18 years, even in good storage conditions.

Château Giscours 2014

$147.40

Château Giscours (Margaux AOC): This Classified Growth in 1855 is the first label of Château Giscours. It is of great finesse and elegance. Delicacy and power are combined in this flask to bring you the elegance expected of a great Margaux wine. The aging potential of this great wine is between 8 and 20 years or even more for the most exceptional vintages.

Grape varieties: 60 % Cabernet Sauvignon – 32 % Merlot – 5 % Cabernet Franc – 3% Petit Verdot

Château Godeau Ducarpe 2015

$27.50

Grape Varieties: 70% merlot, 30% cabernet franc
Winemaking: alcoholic fermentation in small vomume thermo-regulated tanks
Ageing: 100% in barrels: 30% new and 30% in first fill and second fill barrels

An overall attractive colour. The nose is packed with aromas of ripe red berry and yellow fruit mingling with toasty notes.
Full, broad and fleshy on the palate with coated tannins. The whole is spherical and medium-bodied while the finish is sweet and precise.

Chateau Grand Corbin-Despagne Grand Cru Classe 2011

$48.30

eRobertParker.com : Robert Parker – Etats-Unis – avril 2012 – 88-90/100 : Made in a typical masculine, virile style with lots of earth, tannin and power, the 2011 Grand-Corbin-Despagne reveals sweet black currant and black cherry fruit interwoven with hints of incense and crushed rocks. This medium to full-bodied, tannic, backward St.Emilion will need 2-3 years of cellaring, and should keep for 15 or more years.

Chateau Grand Mayne Grand Cru Classe 2012

$67.30

Medium bodied, finesse expression of St. Emilion leaves you with a soft, silky textured wine, sweet, ripe, juicy cherries and kirsch and a silky, smooth finish. The wine was made from a blend of 80% Merlot, 15% Cabernet Franc and 5% Cabernet Sauvignon.

Château Kirwan 2012

$96.80

The wine’s deep and brilliant ruby red color reflects a nose of black and red berries – cherry, black currant, blueberry, enhanced by aromas of spices, pink peppercorns and vanilla. This vintage has a strikingly tactile quality; it starts out mellow, then offers the taste buds a rich body, with nearly imperceptible tannins and an acidity that perfectly balances out its silky texture. The finale blends hints of perfectly ripened cherry and subtle roasted notes that continue to caress the palate.
Connoisseur or novice, 2012 is a year for all to enjoy.

Château La Caze Bellevue – Saint-Emilion 2015

$25.20

Deep dark red color with an intense nose. Aromas of raspberries and blackberries are on the nose. The taste is pleasant with noticable tannins. A typical well-balanced Saint-Emilion wine.

Wine pairing suggestion: a good match with poultry and white meats.

Grape Varieties
80% Merlot
20% Cabernet Franc

Château La Garde 2014

$34.20

Clear and bright in appearance, fresh on the bouquet offering aromas of flowers and flint. Poised and lively on the palate. Long and lingering on the finish with elegant fruit notes, this wonderfully mineral wine expresses the trademark purity of Chateau la Garde Sauvignon blanc.

74% Sauvignon blanc, 15% Sauvignon gris, 11% Sémillon

Château La Louvière 2011

$47.60

The wine is very balanced and elegant on the palate. It has restrained power that is somewhat hidden at this stage by velvety tannin and well-integrated oak. The aftertaste is typical of its terroir: smoky, with grilled notes. Like its predecessors, the unforgettable 2009 and 2010 vintages, 2011 red La Louvière is well-suited to classic French cuisine. Stews, confits, red meats, and game, as well as poultry in a sauce, will be greatly enhanced by this refined, powerful wine.

Château Le Bon Pasteur 2012

$110.00

Deep color and delicate bouquet, as well as a softness typical of Pomerol and a generous, powerful side reminiscent of Saint-Emilion are the hallmarks of the wines of Château Le Bon Pasteur.

This extraordinary complexity results from the mosaic of identities of its 21 cadastered plots in the Pomerol appellation, to the French border of St. Emilion.

The Merlots are beautifully balanced, perfumed and vinous. They bring opulence and roundness drawing the true style of the Château Le Bon Pasteur. The Cabernet Franc grapes stand out for their exceptional quality. They bring delicacy, persistence, and they give the wine its glistening side. Château Le Bon Pasteur 2014 is complex and diverse:

It is characterized by the balance between freshness and roundness, fruit and aromatic persistence.
It is charming and elegant beautifully reflecting the diversity of the different terroirs of our vineyard.

Chateau Le Pey 2014

$24.40

Major awards :  Gold medal in the « concours général agricole de Paris » (Vintage 1999)  Coup de cœur guide Hachette 2003 (Vintage 1999)  Silver medal in the « concours général agricole de Bordeaux » (Vintage 2001)  2 stars in the « guides Hachette » from 2004 to 2008 (Vintages 2000 to 2004)  Voted 3 stars by « Decanter Magazine » (Vintage 2003)  Silver medals in the « concours des vignerons indépendants 2006 & 2007 » (Vintages 2003 & 2004)

Château Les Ormes de Pez 2015 Saint-Estèphe

$65.10

This Ormes de Pez vintage, with its intense colour and aromas of dark fruit, is powerful yet balanced, characterised by a generous palate and beautifully ripe tannins.

44% Cabernet Sauvignon, 49% Merlot, 6% Cabernet Franc, 1% Petit Verdot

Château Lespault-Martillac, Pessac-Léognan, Bordeaux, 2015

$52.60

Its intense, complex bouquet is full of charm, redolent of red- and black-berry fruit picked at peak ripeness. Hints of hand-made plum jam, blackberries, and blueberries are enhanced by the fresh, mineral overtones that come from this deep-gravel terroir.

Its elegant structure and finesse give it a well-integrated, very soft, silky mouthfeel. The good acidity of the fruit, combined with fresh minty overtones from the terroir contribute to the overall balance and exquisite character of this fine red wine.

While it will age well, its intrinsic qualities make this wine very enjoyable when young.

70% Merlot 30% Cabernet Sauvignon

Château Lilian Ladouys Saint-Estèphe 2015

$44.00

Our top wine is matured for an average of 14 months in our superb barrel store (40-60% new oak depending on the vintage). Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot make up the majority of the blend, with the proportions varying from one year to the next. They are supplemented by Petit Verdot and Cabernet Franc. The estate’s wines go into gravity-fed vats and undergo vinification with a partially gravity-based system, which is more sensitive to the integrity and subtleties of the grapes and the wine.

Merlot : 62%, Cabernet-Sauvignon : 33%, Petit Verdot : 3%, Cabernet franc : 2%

Château Minuty 281, 2017

$69.00

Tasting notes

Colour : Pale with translucent reflections.
Nose : Strong intensity with beautiful complexity and an aromatic fineness of white fruit (peach, melon…), accentuated by iodine notes.
Flavors : Great depth with a mineral structure.

Château Pape Clément Blanc 2013

$180.00

Fairly deep gold, with green-gold hints. Attractive intensity, depth and luster. Smell: Expressive and intense. There are notes of citrus fruits, apple, floral aromas, honeysuckle and acacia. The woody notes are perceptible but discrete: aromas of oak and pine, notes of vanilla, spices and toast. Taste: Forthright, round and full-bodied. The finish reveals the mineral qualities of the soil, well-rounded tannins and freshness.

48,5% Sémillon, 44,5% Sauvignon Blanc, 5,5% Sauvignon Gris, 1,5% Muscadelle

Chateau Pavie Maquin premier Grand Cru Classe 2011

$110.00

Super-concentrated, but not over-extracted, with an essence of blackberry, blueberry and black raspberry fruit interwoven with dusty, chalky minerality as well as a floral note, this full-bodied, rich, moderately tannic, pure, layered, impressive 2011 will benefit from 4-5 years of cellaring. It can be enjoyed over the following two decades.”

Robert Parker
Wine Advocate, avril 2014
Note : 93/100

CHÂTEAU POUJEAUX – 2015

$63.90

A delicate and complex nose with expressive aromas of black berries, kirsch and a floral bouquet

The attack is round; the wine is dense with silky tannins. A great complexity with elegant mouthfeel and a remarkable long finish

Fermentation and maceration: 20 – 25 days in concrete and stainless-steel tanks with regular pumping-over

12 months in oak barrels – 30% new oak

Château Siaurac, Lalande de Pomerol 2015 Magnum

$87.80

Second vintage with Penelope Godefroy, and at the start of the organic conversion. This is lovely, already accessible with its dark brambly fruits and soft tannins. The emphasis here is definitely on pleasure, and it’s extremely tasty as a result.

Drinking Window 20182030

Château Taillefer 2014

$41.10

Château Taillefer produces traditional-styled wine with the emphasis on fresh acidity and fruit flavours and good structure. The best examples are frequently in the better years like 2010, 2011 and 2012. 2013 was disappointing when tasted during primeurs.

Chateau Talbot 2014

$145.00

62 % Cabernet Sauvignon, 32 % Merlot, 6 % Petit Verdot

TASTING NOTES: James SUCKLING (Avril 2015) – 94/95 – This is really powerful with excellent depth of fruit and richness. Spices, blueberries and lightly toasted oak now. But it shows really serious structure. Best Talbot in years, maybe decades.

David ROBERTS MW (Avril 2015) – 90/92 – This has everything that one expects from a good Talbot. Brilliant purple in color, it has a fine natural concentration, without being forced. It is enticing with hints of eucalyptus and cassis, the tannins are grainy but fully developed and it finishes long and full. Drink 2022-2033
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Château-Fuissé Pouilly-Fuissé Tête de Cru 2014

$29.00

Château-Fuissé’s Pouilly-Fuissé Tête de Cru is sourced from more than 40 parcels and located throughout the estate’s 100-acre holdings. The personal touch of Antoine Vincent in the final blend makes this wine the representative example of the Pouilly-Fuissé appellation.

Château-Fuissé is recognized as the benchmark estate of  Pouilly-Fuissé.  Currently managed by 5th generation wnemaker Antoine Vincent.

 

Clos Des Lunes, Lunes D’Argent 2016

$29.20

Light yellow colo rwith pale gree ntints. Intens eand complex nose of exotic white fruits and citrus fruit mixed with floral notes of linden and acacia. The palate is rich, generous, ample and intensely fruity, with very good tension. The Sauvignon Blanc lemon juice delicately coats the exotic sweetness (lychee, mango) of the well-ripe Semillon. Mineral notes bringing good salinity added to this cocktail,to serve a beautiful finish. Concentration of white fruits, mineral freshness and righteousness. To drink at 10°C

Comtes de Champagne “Blanc de Blancs” 2006

Very pale yellow colour. Fine, light bubbles, rise steadily to form a delicate ring of foam. The nose initially presents a fresh, refined tangerine-like fruitiness. It then develops more mature notes of ripe fruit, raisin pastries and candied fruit.  The Comtes de Champagne Blanc de Blancs 2006 offers maturity and finesse. This champagne’s aromatic potential is just beginning to open up, suggesting a very good capacity to age.

Corton Grand Cru 2015

$135.00

Bright ruby colour. Intense aromas of plum, cassis mixed with an array of spices. Powerful and concentrated. Complex with a broad-shouldered structure. Mouth-coating texture. Well-shaped tannins. Long and complex aftertaste. Score : 92-94 – Burghound – April 2017 – Score : 17/20 Guide Bettane et Desseauve 2018

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Cos D’Estournel Blanc 2013

$125.00

COS D’ESTOURNEL BLANC 2013

SAUVIGNON BLANC: 76%
SÉMILLON : 24%

Year after year, the work done on the Cos d’Estournel Blanc terroir has improved the wine’s focus and conferred magnificent balance. Fresh, mineral, and salty, it seems full of light and manages to be both delicate and rich. The pure aromas are a wonderful expression of freshness and vitality.

17/20 – JANCIS ROBINSON
95/100 – JAMES SUCKLING

Cristal Vintage Brut 2009

$310.00

Cristal is a blend of Grands Crus from the Montagne
de Reims, the Vallée de la Marne and the Côte des
Blancs. The wine is aged for 6 years in the cellars
and left for a minimum of 8 months after disgorging
to attain the perfect maturity.
The dosage is 8 g

Domaine Chanson Puligny-Montrachet 2015

$85.70

Pale gold colour. Delicate floral fragrances mixed with
aromas of citrus fruit and pale flesh fruit on a hint of minerality. Well
structured and complex. Good intensity. Precise and refined on a
delicate oak note. Long and mineral finish.
Food pairing : Seafood, fish, mild cheeses as well as certain goat
cheeses.

Domaine Chanson Santenay Beauregard 1er Cru 2015

$56.50

Bright ruby colour. Intense aromas of ripe red berries (cherry, raspberry) mixed with violet fragrances on a hint of vanilla. Complex and concentrated. Deep and elegant structure with well-integrated tannins. Long and fruity aftertaste. .

Food pairing : To be enjoyed with roast meat or stew dishes as well as moderately nature cheeses.

Domaine de Chevalier Grand Cru Classe de Graves

$152.00

eRobertParker.com #218
Apr 2015
93 A beautifully elegant and complex wine, with subtle notions of citrus, honeysuckle and tropical fruits, this medium-bodied, fresh, super-pure 2012 from Domaine de Chevalier should drink well for 30 or more years. The color is light straw with a greenish hue to it.
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Domaine de L’Herre 2017 Sauvignon Blanc

$15.00

Awards

Concours Mondial du Sauvignon 2016: Revelation Gold
Concours Général Paris 2016: Gold
Guide Hachette: 3 stars, exceptional wine

Tasting notes

Colour: pale with silvery tints.

Nose: citrus and white fruit aromas.

Palate: fresh, mineral with very good volume of fruit developing elegant nuances of box.

Pairings: a wine for pleasure, suitable for several dishes: gourmet salads, seafood, fish but also pork delicatessen and fromage frais.

Domaine de Valmoissine Pinot Noir 2015

$23.00
  • Domaine de Valmoissine is located on the site of the ancient monastery and university of Valmoissine at 500 metres above sea-level. This guarantees sunshine during the summer months whilst remaining cool at night and limits the possibility of spring frosts. The vineyard’s southern exposure gives the raisins perfect maturity at the same time as the Grands Crus of Corton. The yield is small in order to ensure perfect maturity and concentration of the grapes, the factors that create the best quality wines. This results in an elegant wine with remarkable finesse.

Domaine du Tariquet Carafe carrément VSOP Bas-Armanac

$42.00

Very Superior Old Pale – VSOP
A beautiful shade of amber. A strong prune bouquet with a wealth of concentrated aromas, the suggestion of freshly baked bread and a touch of toast and gingerbread. Aeration reveals superb aromas of baking bread, rancio and candied fruit. So smooth and well-rounded on the palate that there is only the flavour of fine oaky vanilla, with no trace of alcohol. Good length with a hint of macerated stone fruit on the finish.

Domaine Du Tariquet Chardonnay 2016

$14.80

Chardonnay, top of the league
This fine wine offers delicacy, strength and good structure, having fermented and aged in fine-grained French oak barrels. Its subtle bouquet reveals floral notes, fresh butter and hints of vanilla. Fresh and intense at entry, rich flavours then give way to pleasant toasty notes. Shades of vanilla oak underline the Chardonnay’s well-rounded palate and aromatic intensity.

Côtes de Gascogne IGP, produced and bottled by Domaine du Tariquet.

Domaine Langlois-Chateau Crémant de Loire Blanc Brut

$27.00

Chenin Blanc, minimum of 50% (including reserve wine)
Chardonnay, Cabernet-Franc

The grapes come from 6 quality terroirs : – Côtes de Saumur : chalky-silico – Coteaux de St Léger : chalk – Puy Notre Dame : chalky-clay – Bas Layon : schist – Haut Layon : chalky-clay – Montreuil Bellay : chalky-clay

The freshness, fine bubbles and elegance of our Langlois Crémant de Loire white Brut make it an excellent wine for receptions and ceremonies.

Domaine Langlois-Chateau Saumur Vielles Vignes 2014

$29.90

This White Vieilles Vignes has a golden yellow colour. On the nose, a combination of dried fruit and very ripe notes can be noticed. On the palate, it starts with an elegant attack, a rich and full palate, with candied fruit aromas. It ends with a very long finish. Do not hesitate to decant to bring it to its full potential.

This Saumur Blanc Vieilles Vignes will be a great match for risottos, creamy sauces and numerous soft cheeses.

Domaine Zind-Humbrecht “Zind” 2016

$39.90

pale bright yellow colour. The nose is elegant, announcing a mineral packed wine. The influence of the limestone is obvious: light reductive character, almost Riesling like, in need of time and air. Lots of citrus fruit on the palate, nice salivation and zesty ripe acidity, with no aggressiveness. This wine possesses a delicate language, the finish has a medium length with a broad mouthfeel and pure balance. This should be a very easy wine to use, not overwhelming showing all the characteristics of a great vineyard.

Domaines Ott Clos Mireille 2017

$46.50

The wine is a very pale pink highlighted, depending on the vintage, with golden, orange and even vermilion tints. Its bouquet reveals fresh fruit (mango, melon) punctuated with lemony notes. On the palate, its freshness develops through citrus aromas around a resolutely mineral core before ending with a subtly persistent finish.

Ducru-Beaucaillou 2012

$182.00

Superb colour, vibrant and velvety, perfectly expressed 91% Cabernet fruit, a beautifully “feminine” St-Julien with finely-grained tannins for the future.

Drinking Window 20172035

92 Points Stephen Spurrier

E. Guigal Côtes du Rhône 2014

$21.50

Grape variety 50% Syrah, 40% Grenache, 10% Mourvèdre.

Tasting

 Deep and dark red. Shiny.
 Fresh fruits with red berries and spices.
 Full, round and racy. Rounded and smooth tannins. A full-bodied, rich and intensly aromatic wine.
 Full with a long finish and plenty of elegance and finesse due to the well balanced tannins and fruit.

E. Guigal Gigondas 2014

$44.00

Vintages 2014

The Wine Advocate – Dec. 2016

Score : (88 – 90)

The 2014 Gigondas has put on weight since I tasted it last year and reveals a healthy ruby/purple in addition to a terrific perfume of flowers, kirsch, garrigue and even a hint of blue fruits. This pure, ripe and nicely textured Gigondas will drink well on release and keep for a decade. Jeb Dunnuck.

E. Guigal Saint-Joseph “Vignes de l’Hospice” 2014

$115.00
Deep red.
 Complex with dominant black fruit and delicate oak aromas. A pure and intense nose.
A powerful attack. Powerful, round and elegant tannins
 Originating from a geological formation similar to the famous Bessards slopes in Hermitage, this Saint-Joseph has all the finess of the appellation and the strength of its neighbour accross the river.

G.E. Massenez Prisonere Pear

$39.00

The birth of Distillerie Massenez goes back to the 1870s when Jean-Baptiste Massenez started as “home distiller” in Urbeis, in the Vallée de Villé. Jean-Baptiste Massenez unknowingly opened the way forward for his descendants who would inherit the status of home distiller: his son, Eugene Massenez inherited not only the privilege but also his father’s expertise and went on to become a recognised master distiller himself.

Givry 2015

$35.40

Givry is one of the most famous village in the heart of Côte Chalonnaise in the Southern part of Burgundy Deep ruby colour. Fragrances of peony mixed with refreshing notes of ripe raspberries on a hint of spices and liquorice. Well-balanced with a generous texture. Very pure fruit combination. Sappy with elegant tannins. Refreshing and fruity aftertaste.

Grand vin de Léoville du Marquis de Las Cases 2011

$298.00

The Grand Vin is the product of exceptional terroirs from the former Léoville estate.
These terroirs are located mainly in the Clos Léoville Las Cases, which you pass as you leave Saint- Julien village for Pauillac. They extend over nearly 60ha producing Cabernet Sauvignons and Cabernet Francs with a complex, polished expression and characteristics which are totally unique to the Grand Vin of Léoville du Marquis de Las Cases and have been widely recognized for years.

Hugel Classic Gewurztraminer 2014

$31.20

Young, lively colour, moderately intense, bright lemon yellow with pistachio green hints, a flash of silver, delicately velvety and silky in appearance.
Attractive, agreeable bouquet, not too forward, aromatic, perfumed, nicely elegant and refined.
Mainly floral aromas of fresh rose, jasmine, reseda, lily, freesia, primrose, with passion fruit, mango and pear.
The mouth is filled with aromas that are generous, yet still soft and suave to flatter and charm the palate. It is almost dry, with an elegant finish that is crisp and refreshing.

Hugel Classic Muscat 2014

$24.90

A very dry wine with pronounced grapiness, giving the impression of biting into a fresh Muscat grape, it is perfect as an apéritif and with asparagus.Not a sweet wine as many people expect it to be, but a dry, crisp and grapey Muscat, full of aromas.

This is a wonderful dry, refreshing and smoothly seductive Muscat wine on the palate, it’s wonderfully fresh acidity combines perfectly with its refined and delicate structure. It has a pleasantly aromatic and fruity after-taste.

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Hugel Classic Pinot Noir 2012

$22.90

Its young red colour recalls wild raspberry and griotte cherry, bright and clear, moderately limpid.
Youthful, delicately aromatic bouquet of flowers and fruit : bilberry, cherry, raspberry, may blossom and slightly smoky woodland.
Well-balanced and harmonious on the palate, easy-drinking, pleasantly dry, a touch of tannin to give structure and depth, with an agreeably fruity finish. A textbook aromatic Pinot Noir.
An approachable, easy-drinking wine to drink with rustic food, sausage, charcuterie, ham, barbecue, or with fish, grilled, smoked or even poached , or with white meat…

Hugel Classic Riesling 2015

$30.90

The bouquet is discreet and fresh, it is harmonious, clear and well-stated yet quite dense and fruity with hints of lime, fresh kiwi, lemon-grass, ‘Mirabelle’, greengage and a slightly mineral edge.
This is a dry wine that is also fresh and lovingly thirst-quenching on the palate, it is well-balanced with a generous and well-formed structure underlined by the wonderful freshness and vigour which is so typical to this grape variety’s elegant temperament. The grapes are perfectly ripe.

Hugel Vendange Tardive Gewurztraminer 2010

$46.20

A sparkling youthful dense and concentrated colour reflecting the pale green of spring foliage and fir tree shoots accompanied by straw yellow highlights and a pale golden shimmer. It has numerous, tight, creamy legs which are visually intense.
It has a superb and open, expressive, scented aromatic and fruity nose. Hints of rose, jasmine, Reseda, acacia blossom, mango, citron, orange litchi, wild flower honey with a youthful lightness of being.
On the palate there is spontaneity; perfectly harmonious, smooth, tender, sweet, juicy, full bodied and sophisticated.

Hugel Vendange Tardive Riesling 2011

$43.80

It has a superbly intense, dense and brilliant robe with crystalline and silver highlights. A well-stated straw-yellow combined with a range of green shades: pale green, pistachio, lime tree, young shoots of primrose in spring time; the tight legs are thick, smooth sophisticated.

Jean-Luc Colombo La Redonne

$24.70

Rhône blend, this offering marries 70% Viognier with 30% Roussanne

Viognier brings finesse and aromatic richness of flowers and the Roussane brings strength and round aromas of yellow fruit.

Exotic flavors of mangos and apricots are perfectly balanced by a nice acidity.

Perfect as an aperitif, it will also complement fish, shellfish, pasta in cream-based sauce and roasted poultry.

Jean-Luc Colombo Le Rouet Rouge Hermitage 2013

$79.80

97% Syrah; 3% Roussanne
Deep red
A nose full of finesse and purity of red fruit, chocolate and spices dominating.
An elegant and well balanced wine with focused redcurrant, red cherry and cloves. Good structure and a long finish.

Jean-Luc Colombo Les Forots 2015

$32.40

Hand harvested bunches are 100% de-stemmed and lightly crushed before fermentaion in stainless steel tanks. The wine is aged for 9 months, 25% in one- to four-year-old oak barrels.
Ruby red.
Violets, spices and licorice.
Harmonious with an elegant structure; appealing flavors of small ripe berry fruits (raspberries, blackberries and blueberries) and notes of licorice and spices
51% Grenache; 49% Syrah

Jean-Luc Colombo Les Lauves, Saint-Joseph

$38.30

Deep ruby red.
Full-bodied and concentrated, with aromas of black currant, blackberry, spices and mocha.
An intense wine with notes of black cherry, bay leaves, cloves and roasted coffee beans.

Grapes are picked manually. The fermentation consists of 3-4 days of pre-maceration, 7 days of fermentation and 3 weeks of post-maceration. The juice is free run, and the wine is aged for 12 months in 15% new oak and the rest in 1 to 4 year old barrels. The wine is fined just before bottling, and is unfiltered.

Jean-Luc Colombo Terres Brulees Coronas 2013

$65.90
Grapes are hand-harvested and de-stemmed. Fermentation takes places in stainless steel tanks. The wine is then aged for 21 months in oak barrels (15% new, 85% 1- to 4-year old). The wine is fined with egg whites and bottled unfiltered.
A deep ruby-black with purple hints.
Blackcurrant, dark cherries and blackberries, with spices, licorice and cocoa.
A very rich mouthfeel with flavors of black fruit, jam, vanilla, spice and mineral notes.
100% Syrah
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Juliénas Chateau-Fuissé Vincent 2012

$25.20

In 2010, Château de Fuissé expanded outside the appellation of Pouilly-Fuissé and purchased an exceptional vineyard in Juliénas, one of the great “ Crus of Beaujolais “, the Domaine de la Conseillère. The granite soils combined with a traditional artisanal open vat fermentation give wines with a delicious flavor of raspberries, blackberries and wild strawberries.

  • Aged in oak barrels.
  • Varietal: Gamay.