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Chardonnay Novellum

Chardonnay shows up in some remarkable places but few as breathtaking as the Roussillon where the Pyrenees meet the Mediterranean. From vineyards just a stone’s throw from the beach and within view of the historic Mont Canigou comes Novellum, a refined, aromatic and elegant Chardonnay that is aged in tank and neutral French barrels.

Critical Acclaim

Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate RP92
A sensational wine that will compete with wines five times the price, the 2016 Novellum Chardonnay is the real deal and actually reminded me of a Chardonnay from Mark Aubert in California’s Sonoma County. White peach, crushed rocks, spice and brioche notes all emerge from this medium to full-bodied Chardonnay that has depth, layered texture and length. Buy it.
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Chateau La Nerthe “Prieure de Montezargues” Tavel Rosé

A superb dry rosé from the appelation of Tavel. A blend of Grenache (55%), Cinsault (30%) and Clairette (15%). Vibrant red berry and summer fruit flavours make this a freshing but full-flavoured treat with more body and depth than you would normally expect from a rosé.

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Chateau Pey La Tour Bordeaux

“For connoisseurs and amateurs alike, Bordeaux often calls to mind the world of Grand Cru Classé wines, the true elite of Bordeaux, indeed the world, unrivalled icons in fine wine circles. Yet Bordeaux is also associated with appellations of less prestigious standing, where great wines can still be produced on excellent soils. And this is precisely why we acquired Château Pey La Tour in 1990, fully committed to revealing the full potential of this stunning terroir and craft a magnificent, characterful, complex and elegant wine.” Patrick Jestin.

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Chateau Saint-Antoine Bordeaux Superieur Aubert Vignobles

A daily pleasure for anyone looking for a very good Bordeaux Supérieur, easy to drink and worthy of the appellation recognized worldwide in which it is produced.

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Chateau Tour Bayard

James Suckling, “Mineral steely nose with some cranberry and red cherries. Opens up with a fresh delicate floral note.”

Rustic red cranberry, and wild cherries fill the palate. The fruits are clean a pure, with moderate acidity, and sandy-textured tannins. The finish is delicate and pretty with lingering florals and light red berries.

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Collazzi I Bastioni Chianti Classico

Bastioni marries the elegance and pleasantness of Sangiovese, with the roundness and complexity of small parts of Merlot and Malvasia Nera. A succulent wine with ripe tannins that gives complexity and flavor. Bright red berry color, with aromas of rose petal, mint and anise. Red dried fruits on the palate, figs and black tea. Full and juicy, with a hint of golden raisin and warm tannins.

92 Points – James Suckling

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Collazzi Liberta Toscana

Libertà is made with grapes from the Collazzi estate. This wine expresses great balance between the soft tannins of Merlot, the aromatic complexity of Cabernet Franc and elegant spiciness of Syrah. The wine owes its name to a donation that the City of Florence made to eight local families, among which the former owners of Collazzi, who had valiantly fought for the city’s freedom.

90 Points – Wine Enthusiast

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Colle Maggio Montepulciano D’Abruzzo

Montepulciano d’Abruzzo “Colle Maggio” attracts appreciative glances thanks to its impenetrable pitch black hue, an enchanting deep colour.

The wine is made with rigorously selected grapes from the Colle Maggio hillside in Villamagna, at an altitude of about 200 metres on the sea level. The south-east exposure of the vines, the limestone and clay soils and per-hectare yields kept under 120 quintals allow the production of a red wine with a great organoleptic complexity. The grapes are picked by hand and collected in small wooden crates in the first ten days of October. Once in the cellars, the long maceration in steel tanks at controlled temperature guarantees to extract all the colour from the skins.

The wines then mature for six months in concrete vats, for a further eight months in French and Slavonian oak tonneaux (20% in first-passage oaks and 80% in second-passage) and finally for four months in the bottle.

Characteristic of this wine is its deep black colour, with ruby glints. The nose is intense, with wild berries aromas and notes of tobacco, coffee and cocoa powder in the finale. In the mouth the wine is complex, supple and round. Aftertastes of chocolate can be perceived in the close, with hints of bitter almonds, purely typical of Montepulciano d’Abruzzo. Thanks to its complexity is perfect with flavoursome first courses and barbecued meat, games, spare lamb rib in pistachio crust.

96 Points – Maroni
92 Points – James Suckling

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Conde Valdemar Crianza

Soft berry aromas are mellow but a touch flat and overripe. A dense palate feels a bit heavy, while ripe,
toasty black fruit flavours lead to a spicy finish that’s plump and weighty.

91 Points – Wine Spectator

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Coppi Peucetico Primitivo

It is the wine of a long productive tradition, able to fully express the typical fruitiness and freshness of Primitivo. Versatile and charming, it is named after the Peuceti, the native Apulian population settled in Bari province, dedicated to viticulture since before the Roman colonization

Color: purplish red with orange shades
Nose: vinous, intense, and persistent, astonishing its rich fruitiness, mainly dark stone fruits
Palate: soft and harmonious, slightly velvety, with typical oaky flavors
Food pairing: perfect if paired with roasted meats, game, and spicy dishes
Cellaring: more than 10 years, if properly stored

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De Lancellotti La Sorella Chardonnay

Sourced from a 3 amazing Willamette Valley vineyards: Anderson, Formaglini and Hyland, the ‘La Sorella’ Chardonnay has kiwi and wild mushroom tones alongside the core of baked apple and pear tones. The palate has a soft texture as this shows nice length with a light dusting of salinity across starfruit, poached pear and Challah bread flavors. Drink 2020-2027. The La Sorella Chardonnay is a calling card of quality to the rest of our wines. Only 200 cases produced.

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De Lancellotti La Sorella Pinot Noir

The La Sorella Pinot Noir is our “Introduction to Pinot Noir”. Made for those of you who are just starting to explore the world of Oregon Pinot Noir. A harmonious blend of 3 vineyards all from Calkins’ Lane in Newberg, Oregon.

92 Points – James Suckling

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