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Located on one of the roads to Compostela, this estate was, in the 18th century, the location of a mail coach inn. Today, this cuvée is aged in barrels from Château d’Yquem, no less!
Limoux is the only appellation in the south of France that allows varietal wines made from Chardonnay. The name of the estate refers to a neighbouring, snow-covered mountain in the Pyrenees.
Take a heavenly landscape and ideal exposure, add a passionate team, and you’ll get one of the most highly awaited rosés in Quebec, year after year. Barrel-fermented, it is truly a gastronomic wine.
This family-run winery has shown its concern for the environment by, among other things, building an underground cellar that preserves the landscape while offering ideal temperature and humidity.
Classic region in an exceptional vintage... that’s getting pretty hard to find! Already drinkable, this cru bourgeois unveils a pleasant complexity and a silky tannic structure.
Made from equal parts of its three grape varieties, this affordable Supertuscan has been rapidly gaining fans since its 2006 vintage got a 93 from Wine Spectator.
Although its name designates a commune from the original Chianti area, this cuvee crafted by Carlo Ferrini, renowned consultant oenologist, is made with Cabernet Sauvignon. The mouth lacks no volume, with plenty of ampleness and a very tight tannic structure. Black fruits, licorice, cocoa, tobacco and wood define the fleshy palate that can withstand some six to eight years of cellaring.
This wine aged 24 months in oak casks comes from the oldest vines of the Nipozzano estate. Refined and elegant, it harmoniously combines flavours of cherry, blueberry, cocoa and wood. Perfect with a grilled flank steak.
This cuvée is made from the oldest vines at Castello di ipozzano. Refined and elegant, it is a true benchmark for the appellation.
Located within the Brunello di Montalcino appellation, this very eco-friendly winery prefers showcasing its complex terroir through a range of grapes, rather than focusing solely on Sangiovese.
Bibi Graetz, a painter and vigneron born from an Israeli father and a Norwegian mother, combines his two passions with gusto, as shown by this superb wine that will surely please Tuscany fans.
After learning his trade at other wineries, Aldo Clerico has become master of his own, and meticulously cares for his family’s six hectares of vines.
Made from vineyards located in two of Barolo’s best crus (bought from the Gromis family in 1995), this is a wine with great finesse and made with all the usual precision that Gaja is known for.
The wine delivers a sense of sheer excitement and nervousness that will subside with another few years of bottle age. Nonetheless, I think a certain amount of that bright edginess or rigidness will always be part of this cool vintage Solaia. In the mouth, the wine is firm, compact and dense. The tannins are chiseled to the point of sublime integration. Marchesi Antinori made 40% less Solaia in this vintage in order to maintain the quality you taste here. 2019-2035”
|Ratings:||WS 93 WA 95 JS 95|