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Château Pierre-Bise Rouannieres Anjou Villages sur Spilite 2014

$46.00

Les Rouannières is a vineyard planted in soils of schist and an oceanic volcanic basalt known as spilite. This wine kicks off with aromas of dark, glossy and perfumed fruit, with notes of sooty plum. The palate feels very fresh and pure, with a tense and bright structure, plus lots of grippy tannins, ripe and fine-grained, with vibrant acidity. All in all, a very appealing style with plenty of grip.

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Château Pierre-Bise Quarts de Chaume 2016

$105.00

The top cuvée. One for the purist terroirists rather than the hedonists. The finished blend is almost 100% botrytised fruit and has residual sugar of 175 g/l. The nose is admirably high-toned and full of toasted-honeyed nuts, with a bed of grilled and dried berry fruits. The palate shows great substance and polish, with a velvety, creamed-fruit texture, polished and weighty, cut through by a fresh acid bite. This is imposing, textural, majestic even, with tangible weight and an impressive length. It remains fresh throughout, though, and it retains a sense of purity. An excellent cuvée and an absolute must for the cellar.

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Chateau de Campuget 1753 Rosé 2020

$35.00

A very pale rose with grapefruit and exotic fruits on the nose and a delicate freshness on the palate with hints of roses and red fruits. Winemaking is traditional with a focus on preserving freshness and aromatic purity. A great aperitif.

 

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Château Pierre-Bise Cabernet d’Anjou 2015

$28.00

A slightly sweeter style of rosé made from Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon. Despite the high residual sugar, the wine remains balanced due to the tannins from the Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc.

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La Côte Etoilée Côte de Brouilly 2017

$40.00

40-year-old vines are handpicked followed by a 14-day whole cluster semi-carbonic maceration in concrete and steel tanks. A floral scent with hints of cherries and plums. Juicy and fresh fruit with long with marked acidity and fresh tannins that add some gentle grip to the tenacious finish.

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Domaine de Terrebrune Blanc 2015

$79.00

Bandol Blanc is a rarity, making only 5% of the wine produced in the appellation. The Terrebrune Blanc is a blend of 50% Clairette, 20% Ugni Blanc, 20% Bourboulenc, 5% Rolle and 5% Marsanne. Fermentation lasts for 15 to 20 days, and the wine spends half a year in stainless steel tanks afterwards. The resulting wine is a pure, stony style, with jasmine, blanched almond, quinine and mineral notes backed by light honeysuckle and wet pebble hints. Elegant finish.

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Suavia Massifitti Trebbiano di Soave 2018

$50.00

Utilising an ancient grape variety Trebbiano di Soave, Massi Fitti is a single vineyard grown high on valcanic Basalt soil. The wine is hand-harvested and fermented in steel vats for 15 days on lees. The nose is bright, floral with hints of flint. On the palate it delivers ripe pear, aromatic herbs and mineral alongside crisp acidity.

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Suavia Soave Classico 2020

$40.00

Grown in high altitude Volcanic vineyards, This is a blend of two regions in central Soave and is 100% Garganega. The wine is fermented in steel tank on lees for 14 days keeping the wine super fresh. With aromas of fresh apple and pear this wine tastes smooth and creamy, it offers almond and minerality brightened by crisp acidity.

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Maison Langlois-Chateau Chateau de Fontaine-Audon Sancerre 2019

$55.00

This 15 hectare vineyard surrounds one of the rare castles in Sancerre, in St Gemme to the north west of the Appelation.

Vineyard:
– Grape variety : Sauvignon (100%),
– Terroir : Silex (flint)

Harvest:
– Yield: 55 hl/ha,
– Hand and mechanical picking
– Pneumatic pressing with juice selection

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Domaine Marcel Deiss Alsace 2019

$55.00

Cépages composed of Pinot Blanc, Riesling, Pinot Gris, Pinot Noir, Muscat, Gewurztraminer and Sylvaner. Wine without chaptalisation,or adjustment for acidity. Pale yellow color, intense fruity nose show the blending notes of lemon, white flowers, pineapple and yellow peach. The palate is remarkably fruity and severe; very dry for Marcel Deiss.

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Domaine du Clos de Tart La Forge de Tart 2018

$750.00

The second wine of the Clos de Tart estate, this is a Grand Cru wine, under a 1er Cru label. The winery was founded  in 1141 by the Tart Abbey Bernardine sisters, a branch of the nearby Cistercian congregation. Since then it has changed owners 4 times. The Forge de Tart is made from vines under 20 years old, and sees no whole bunches in the winemaking. This is a great insight into a historic winery.

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Domaine du Clos de Tart La Forge de Tart 2016

$720.00

The second wine of the Clos de Tart estate, this is a Grand Cru wine, under a 1er Cru label. The winery was founded  in 1141 by the Tart Abbey Bernardine sisters, a branch of the nearby Cistercian congregation. Since then it has changed owners 4 times. The Forge de Tart is made from vines under 20 years old, and sees no whole bunches in the winemaking. This is a great insight into a historic winery.

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Domaine de Terrebrune Rosé 2019

$79.00

Bandol Rosé at its best!  This wine is made from 50% Mourvedre, 25% Grenache and 25% Cinsault. The fruit is handpicked with only natural yeasts used in fermentation; incredibly, this wine can age for 20 years. Few rosés are as persistent and long on the palate as this. Concentrated, ripe fruit brimming with nuances of wild strawberry, cherry, peach juice and apricot. There is a savoury and mineral side to the wine as well, with nuances of salinity, herbs, and crushed roses.

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Domaine de Terrebrune Rouge 2017

$92.00

Terrebrune is situated specifically in Ollioules which has different soils to the rest of Bandol. It is also closer to the ocean, which means it benefits from the much needed cool breeze. This is no more evident than in their Bandol Rouge, the antithesis to the often bulky, heavily concentrated Mourvedre dominated wines in the region. A blend of 85% Mourvedre, 10% Grenache and 5% Cinsault, it is astounding to see such elegance and finesse.
On the nose and palate, this is an intense wine, and while you’ll find plenty of juicy dark fruit and some meaty tannins, the palate is driven by wild herbal flavours such as thyme and lavender.

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Chateau Villa Bel Air Rouge 2016

$60.00

Villa Bel-Air displays a deep colour and an attractive nose with aromas of red fruits and violets mingled with roasted and woody notes.
The attack is solid, the palate revealing gorgeous ripe tannins, with toasty and mocha nuances.
The finish is ample and well rounded, with a flavour of liquorice. Already tasting delightful, this is a wine for laying down.

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