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  1. of Christopher V.
    March 14, 2023
    (Automatically translated) Compass Box is a house known for its transparency regarding the composition of its blends and the quality of the latter. In the case of the Peat Monster, the mixture is composed of a majority of Caol Ila with a small percentage of Laphroaig, enough to delight lovers of peated scotches.
  2. of Christopher V.
    February 25, 2023
    (Automatically translated) This product, aged for about 5 years followed by a few months in smaller barrels nicknamed "Quarter Cask", is among the most intense expressions offered by the Laphroaig distillery. Its young age and its 48% alcohol allow it to express its full peated potential.
  3. of Alexis G.
    December 13, 2022
    (Automatically translated) Vintage tasted: 2016. At first glance, this complex wine gives off powerful aromas of tropical fruits reminding me of mango as well as notes of peach. Subsequently, the fruity flavors are accompanied by delicious mineral and saline notes. Here is a bottle endowed with great elegance.
  4. of Alexis G.
    December 12, 2022
    (Automatically translated) Vintage tasted: 2017. This Syrah is characterized by surprising aromas of incense, accompanied by woody notes and black fruit. This wine enjoys a great concentration and offers a taste experience synonymous with richness and roundness. Here is a solar wine inviting to daydream.
  5. of Alexis G.
    December 12, 2022
    (Automatically translated) Vintage tasted: 2020. This Pinot Blanc from the renowned Domaine Albert Boxler smells like Granny Smith apple and almond. These two aromas are also present in the mouth and intertwine with an exquisite minerality. Fresh and straight, this cuvée benefits from a finish of appreciable length.
  6. of Alexis G.
    December 12, 2022
    (Automatically translated) Vintage tasted: 2019. This Finger Lakes Riesling sports a moderately dark gold color. On the nose, it reveals the typical petrol notes of Riesling as well as grapefruit flavors. A moderate acidity gives it a certain freshness. This is a Riesling of good quality. To discover!
  7. of Alexis G.
    December 12, 2022
    (Automatically translated) Vintage tasted: 2020. This Burgundy wine exudes an expressive minerality combined with pear aromas. Half-full-bodied, dry and draped with a certain freshness, it offers a very good quality-price-pleasure ratio. To be enjoyed as an aperitif or as an accompaniment to fish or seafood.
  8. of Alexis G.
    December 9, 2022
    (Automatically translated) Vintage tasted: 2017. On the nose, very pretty aromas of violet waltz in the glass, coupled with flavors of strawberry, raspberry, blackberry and delicate woody notes. On the palate, floral, fruity and woody aromas are paired with empyreumatic notes of burnt wood. A pure delight.
  9. of Alexis G.
    December 9, 2022
    (Automatically translated) Vintage tasted: 2018. The natural vinification of the old vines gives birth to a very expressive terroir wine. The minerality is overflowing. The explosive fruitiness is reminiscent of yellow apple and pear. This nectar is both endowed with a curved richness and a structuring acidity. Exquisite.
  10. of Alexis G.
    December 9, 2022
    (Automatically translated) Vintage tasted: 2018. Notes of lemon and butter waltz into the glass. Other exquisite flavours are then added: yellow apple, pear and saline notes form a charming whole. Combining a curved roundness with an invigorating tension, this Montmains plays with balance and finesse.
  11. of Alexis G.
    December 9, 2022
    (Automatically translated) Vintage tasted: 2017. Aromas of cherry, blueberry and flowers tickle my olfactory system. The fruity and floral notes detected on the nose caress my mouth with their delicacy. This wine is complex, balanced, elegant and has a persistent finish synonymous with sweetness. Magnificent.
  12. of Alexis G.
    December 9, 2022
    (Automatically translated) Vintage tasted: 2014. This wine smells of raspberry and cherry. Added to this is a peppery note giving it complexity. Made from the grand cru Löchle, this spätburgunder is synonymous with harmony thanks to the purity of its fruit, its invigorating acidity and its overall finesse. Symphonic.
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