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Trim was founded in 2011 by Ray Signorello Jr, the master-mind behind Napa Valley’s Signorello Estate. In this latest project he offers a lush, mouth-filling, and fruit forward Cabernet Sauvignon. The exuberant and enveloping mouth reveals crisp flavours of blueberry jam, rhubarb, prune and pastry.
A few kilometers from Vicenza, the sunny Berici hills are home to a portion of the 30-hectare Azienda Dal Maso vineyards. Here is a dense and fresh Cabernet Sauvignon where accents of fruit and balsamic are laced-in with notes of wood.
Let the vine and its fruit give their best. That’s the philosophy of the Marengo family, which is reflected in the exemplary discipline they apply to their 25-hectare estate. Assertive and lingering notes of liquorice, cocoa, black fruit, leather and oak are revealed on the palate. Combining power and harmony, this red wine deserves a place in your collection.
|Ratings:||WS 89 WE 92 WA 87|
The Clos des Fous estate owns the Grillos Cantores vineyard which is located in the piedmont of the Andes and provides ideal freshness for grape growing. Thanks to its natural acidity, the wine is elegant and delicious.
|Ratings:||WA 91 JS 92|
This Catalan winery has been a long-time favorite among aficionados of Spanish sparkling wines. Here, we’re offering one of their still wines, a fleshy and tasty Cabernet Sauvignon with aromas of prune, sour cherry, tobacco and cocoa. A first on our shelves!
A pioneer of high quality wines and specialist of altitude wine-growing, Catena Zapata is an authority in South America. The nose displays aromas of ripe fruit, cedar, tobacco, clove and fresh herbs. Another Argentinian success that is neither too excessive or heavy.
|Ratings:||WA 90 JS 92|
This Cabernet Sauvignon wine is enhanced by a tiny part of Syrah that adds floral and spicy notes. Full-bodied and harmonious, it possesses tight tannins. This Provence favorite is a must with lamb chops!
This Tuscan red from Bolgheri, the relatively young yet prestigious appellation, is an elegant Bordeaux-style blend. Underneath the rich tannic structure, the mouth unveils hints of dried herbs, cedar, blackcurrant, and delicate floral aromas.
The "cru bourgeois" designation is a sign of quality for all Médoc wines that live in the shadow of the Bordeaux Wine Official Classification of 1855. This cuvée, from the Margaux terroir, proves the estate’s qualitative approach through raciness, perfect balance, and a precise profile of blackcurrant, cedar, moka and graphite.
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The wine’s name alludes to its Rhone-style varieties as well as the small crustacean; Marsanne is the grape variety dominating the Hermitage appellation and, in this Australian cuvée, is combined with Viognier. The mouth gives off aromas of peach, orange tea, white flowers and spice.
Tasmania, the southern Australian island, benefits from a more temperate oceanic climate and is perfect for crafting well-balanced Chardonnays and Pinot Noir. This wine is a case in point with its spicy, fruity an floral style with a fresh, palatable finish.
Highly recommended by Decanter magazine, this Pinot Noir is matured in oak casks and unveils hints of clove and nutmeg. The silky mouthfeel features flavours of black olive, kirsh and cherry.
|Ratings:||WA 92 JS 92|
First winery owned by the Maoris, Tohu, pronounced Tor-ou, presents a Chardonnay made without cask aging and whose texture is obtained by stirring the lees into suspension in the wine. Hints of apple, peach, pear and melon mingle in the mouth.
Astrolabe, whose name conjures exploration and discovery, is a leading Marlborough winery. Launched in 1996, it produces a Sauvignon that's typical of the region. Sharp and aromatic, this wine expresses flavours of passion fruit, kiwi and green apple.
|Ratings:||WS 92 WA 89|
Land of New Zealand’s Pinot Noir, Central Otago, is located in the southern half of the South Island. The whole bunch vinification provide a lovely structure to this wine and the super fresh palate reveals notes candy, strawberry, cola, and flower.
Velvety, heady and expressive, this Colombian rum features a rich and complex mouthfeel persisting lengthily on raisins, vanilla, honey, almond cocoa and caramel. Try out this new arrival!
The Poli family makes high quality grappas that are popular outside Quebec’s Italian community. This same attention to quality is applied to their gin infused with juniper berries, moscato grapes, cardamom, mint, pine and coriander. This is your next favorite gin!
Edradour is one of Scotland's smallest distilleries and produces in one year what others produce in one week. This 10 year-old Eastern Highlander, matured in Oloroso and Bourbon casks, is a unique single malt with a thick mouthfeel. Its profile presents notes of baked apple, honey, butterscotch and grilled almond.