Great wines of the world

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Rare vintages from the great vineyards of the world

You will find a selection of the finest and most coveted wines from France (Burgundy, Jura, Rhone), Italy (Sicily), Spain (Bierzo) but also from the Americas (Canada, USA, Argentina) and Australia. Take advantage of a unique opportunity to get your hands on these wines that are missing from your collection. 

The lottery takes place in two rounds

If not all products are claimed, a second draw will take place. To enter this draw, you must have bought at least one of the products allocated to you after the 1st round. After the 2nd round, products that weren’t sold after all will be put back on sale, on a first come, first served basis.

  1. An emblematic Sicilian figure, Frank Cornelissen works his vineyard and his wines with a minimum of intervention. Locally called "Mongibello" or "Munjebel", the volcano Etna gives its name to the cuvées of the property, each one as singular as the next. Formerly vinified as an orange wine, this cuvée with equal parts of grecanico dorato and carricante benefits from a shorter maceration and a 16-month aging in tanks. Both dense and elegant, it develops beautiful accents of apricot, honey and orange. Superb!
  2. WA 95-97, V 96-98

    "Tremendously dense and powerful, the 2019 Cornas is a dazzling, dark-fruited beast that's loaded with mint, cassis and licorice notes. Full-bodied and almost overflowing with intensity, it somehow manages to pull all that impressive richness and extract into a silky, fine-grained finish of amazing length and elegance. Unless you are hell-bent on trying it on release, give it some time in the cellar - it should be peaking around 2035 or so. 2026-2045."
    - www.robertparker.com
  3. WA 97+, WS 97

    "This is a stunner, offering a gorgeous core of black tea–infused cassis, plum reduction and raspberry puree flavors. Additional black licorice, black tea and incense notes emerge alongside the fruit on the long, lush, seductive finish, which is harnessed by a graphite frame. A very confidently rendered wine. Grenache, Syrah, Cinsault and Mourvèdre. Best from 2024 through 2040."
    - www.winespectator.com