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Great wines of the world

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The most famous vineyards in the world

This arrival features a selection of some of the most coveted wines from France (Champagne, Burgundy), Italy (Piedmont, Tuscany), Germany (Mosel, Palatinate) and America (Chile). This is a unique opportunity to get your hands on rare and precious wines to enrich 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. WA 94+, JS 90
    “"The 2019 Röttgen GG is deep, refined and flinty on the precise nose that opens to perfectly ripe yet precise, elegant, tropical and flinty-scented Riesling fruit. Dense and piquant on the palate, this is a concentrated yet juicy, mineral, vital and nervy Röttgen with remarkable purity and freshness and a mouthwatering mineral finish with good grip and tension.”
    winespectator.com
    • 90
      James Suckling
  2. WA 98
    "The 2019 Zöbing Ried Gaisberg 1ÖTW is a picture-book Kamptal Riesling! Super clear, refined and aromatic on the complex and exciting nose, it reveals apricot and elderflower aromas intertwined with crunchy slate spices (shaly paragneiss, amphibolite and mica shist) that give a very distinctive bouquet. The palate starts electrifying in all its vitality and immediately opens to a palatable Riesling paradise built on perfectly ripe and concentrated fruit (still stone fruits). This Gaisberg Riesling is generous, intense and fleshy but also highly fine, fresh and elegant on the palate, which is as balanced as it is dense and tensioned, leading to a spectacular, long and vivacious finish that makes this 2019 Gaisberg one the finest and most digestible Austrian Rieslings I have had in 20 years."
    robertparker.com
  3. JS 94
    "Fresh and composed aromas of blue fruit, wild herbs and flowers that are subtle and refined, never flattering. Medium-to full-bodied and silky. Supple blue fruit spreads across the palate, together with refined tannins and fresh acidity. Carignan and grenache. Really bright and delicious now, but can hold."
    jamessuckling.com 
  4. WA 94+, V95
    "With time, I suspect the 2019 Chablis Grand Cru Blanchots La Réserve de l'Obédience will outdistance even the 2017 vintage. Unwinding in the glass with aromas of blanched almonds, orange oil, iodine, citrus blossom and crisp stone fruit, it's full-bodied, layered and concentrated, with a seamless, complete profile and a long, saline finish. This is a terrific effort."
    robertparker.com
  5. WA 98, V96, JS 98
    "This is incredibly elegant, subtle and harmonious even at this early stage. It has floral aromas, notes of orange peel, a touch of creamy sweet spices and great freshness. The palate is medium-bodied, seamless and pure, with pungent flavors and a soft texture. It's long, clean, defined and super tasty. I feel this wine is getting better and better by the vintage. "
    robertparker.com
  6. WA 95, JS 90
    "The 2016 Molino Real is the flagship sweet Moscatel from the Málaga Mountains and wears the subtitle Mountain Wine; it comes from nine hectares of vineyards spread between 350 and almost 1,000 meters in altitude on slate slopes. It has a long and complex fermentation in 225-liter oak barrels, where the wine evolved slowly at low temperature for 20 months. This is an incredibly fine and elegant vintage that is herbal and fresh and less varietal than other vintages. It's subtle and balanced, sweet without excess."
    robertparker.com
  7. WA 95, V 95, RVF 95
    "The 2019 Morgon Cote du Py James has an arresting bouquet of exquisitely defined rose-petal-infused red berry fruit, undergrowth, nettle, wild mint and star anise, all very complex. The palate is harmonious on the entry, offering supple but firm tannins and a perfect line of acidity. This has more Beaujolais typicity than the Javernières, delivering wonderful weight and persistence, layers of brambly red fruit laced with minerals, and a slight garrigue note on the aftertaste. Outstanding."
    vinous.com
  8. B 92 CdC O
    "Here too the wood treatment is subtle though still perceptible on the aromas of herbal tea, the sauvage and red and dark pinot fruit. There is a bit more refinement if less size, weight and volume to the middle weight flavors that possess a seductive and velvety mid-palate that contrasts significantly with the firm, dusty, austere and quite serious finale. I would advise allowing this at least 5 to 7 years of bottle age first as it is quite tightly wound today."
    - www.burghound.com
  9. B 91 CdC O
    "The wood treatment is somewhat more evident as there are mentholated top notes to the cool aromas of dark berry, violet and wild cherry. There is excellent delineation to the exceptionally ripe, intense and tautly muscular flavors that brim with minerality on the dusty, austere and chiseled finale. This is a bit finer than the Poissenot and should be accessible a few years earlier. Worth checking out."
    - www.burghound.com