Barbarossa is mainly Merlot, plus other varieties such as Cabernet, Raboso and others unknown.
Fermented wine with indigenous yeasts, in cement tanks; aged for 12 months in steel tanks and bottled unfiltered with a small addition of sulfur.
This Tannat has a brilliant Bordeaux colour with cherry glints. On the nose shows notes of fresh red fruits, raspberry, strawberry and plum. Those aromas are confirmed in the mouth, accompanied by the characteristic flavor of the variety. Medium to long finish.
A fruit salad of varietals are co-fermented with indigenous yeasts to create this zesty white wine. This blended white, yet hazy yellow in the glass is juicy, frisky and fresh to taste. Enjoy the scents of just ripe stone fruit, green mango, freshly cut grass and wet herbs. Truly raw wine for natural wine lovers.
Cabories is a wine made from a blend of two Catalan red varieties (Mando & Sumol) blended with a white variety (Xarel-lo). Light aromas of red berries and plum and a fresh and invigorating palate. Excellent red natural wine that can be served slightly chilled. It is fresh, dry-cherry-fruity and light. A touch of liquorice cuts through the plum and red berries and makes it a unique and very interesting wine.
A blend of Macabeu, Parellada and Xarel·lo grapes sorted from old grapevines, this Cava from Penedès was traditionally vinified. After the completion of both fermentations, it was aged for 24 months in the bottle. Crisp and very pleasant, this sparkling wine of Celler Mas Candí is dry, fruit-driven and fresh. Bubbles are nicely integrated, and the acidity is excellent. This Penedès Brut Nature cava has a long finish with remembrances of dry fruit and spices.
Deep, inky purple in colour. On the nose, intense aromas of red berries and cocoa. Soft and smooth on the palate, with flavors of wild blackberries and raspberries; well balanced, with great depth and a long finish. 65% Sangiovese, 30% Merlot, 5% Petit Verdot.
The Latour-Giraud Meursault Cuvée Charles Maxime is a very attractive Meursault in terms of price, made by a fantastic authentic house. In the glass, the Meursault Cuvée Charles Maxime is light yellow to yellowish. In the nose butter, nuts, apple and spiciness of wood. In the mouth a round attack, creamy but elegant and with finesse because of the minerals and the beautiful acids. Good integration of the wood.
This wine has a beautiful brilliant golden colour. The nose is fine, elegant and aromatic with a freshness which opens up with undergrowth and ripe fruit notes like apricot, peach, plum and cherry. This wine is full-bodied, aromatic and has an great volume. Acidity enables a good balance so that undergrowth and ripe fruit notes can be released.
The 2018 Forks and Knives Red is a blend of Pinot Noir + some Blaufrankisch, Cab Sauv & Cab Franc. Its a wine that falls under ‘Essential Nutrition’ according to Milan. Quite carbonic, immensely drinkable. Low viscosity, absent minerality, zero bullshit. Organically farmed grapes, indigenous yeasts fermentation, no filtering and no sulfites added. Medium-bodied, herbal and stemmy this is a complex red with a bit of the natty funk.
This uncharacteristically dark coloured white cuvee, brings low-medium acidity to this peach and melon infusion. A blend of Neuburg, Sauvignon Blanc, Traminer, Pálava & Riesling with just a short time on the skins, this cloudy genius has the qualities of a poolside cocktail, so juicy and delicious it captures you from the first sip.
Milan Nestarec has quickly become the star winemaker of the Czech republic during the time we’ve been working with him. His wines display so much life, vitality, and originality, that they have become very sought after all over the world in a very short time. TRBLMKR is a skin contact white wine, or orange wine, of the Neuburger variety. Like all Nestarec’s wine the grapes are farmed organically or biodynamically. No additives are in this cuvee, the grapes left to naturally ferment for 1 month and bottled without fining or filtering. This wine drinks rather tannic and pours a noticeably amber colored hue, as it ought to.
A marriage of organic Malbec and Syrah with a a splash of Viognier. Dark and brooding with lifted spice, tingling aromas quite unique to this wine and its own natural surroundings. The taste is dense but alive with mint, chocolate, Asian spice, and warmth of a feather pillow for a fatigued head.
The wine has a soft, semi sweet, full and tingling flavour like fairy dust and white roses, on a moonlit evening. Intensely perfumed and quite exotic like blossoms in spring, this tantalizing wine delights the senses with vibrant tropical fruit leaving a tingle on the tongue and the sweetness of a teenage kiss. Advancing antiquity into the modern era… The most delicious summer wine just to drink and reflect, with friends.
The Nessus Shiraz is a fragrant, bright, and full flavoured wine which displays all of the trademarks of a McLaren Vale Shiraz. It is also a wine that captures the soft, silky and seductive tannins which are a distinctive feature of Mitolo Shiraz wines.
Farmed organically on five hectares in the town Vitorchiano, in the region of Lazio (about an hour north of Rome). The sisters of Monastero Suore Cistercensi have gained a cult following among wine aficionados. This wine is a blend of Trebbiano, Verdicchio, and Malvasia which is harvested together and allowed to spontaneously ferment using indigenous yeasts. Aromas in the spectrum of fennel and chamomile there is a distinct autumnal character to this wine that transcends description. Bright acidity rings out and gives life to some delicate spices. Bella!
The Cistercian order of nuns at Monastero Suore Cistercensi, near Vitorchiano in Lazio planted their vineyard in 1963, but it wasn’t until the early 2000s that their wines began to attract more attention, largely due to their employment of the noted winemaking consultant, Giampiero Bea. Made from a blend of Trebbiano, Malvasia, and Verdicchio, Coenobium Ruscum is an “orange” wine, with the pressed juice given extended skin contact, in this case 15 days or more. Fairly light in body given the long skin contact, the wine is scented with mint and herbs; on the palate it has a mouth-filling texture with flavors of baked apple and caramel.
This fabulously inviting, sparkling red bursts all the myths about Lambrusco by being dry and joyously drinkable. Grown organically on clay and limestone soils the results are fantastic. Fresh bright black cherry, blackberry fruit, some attractive fermentary notes, mouthfeel is ripe and fresh, nice depth of dark cherry and plum, blackberry fruit, decent grip and fresh acidity. 100% Lambrusco Maestri.
This is an excellent example of cool-climate Grüner Veltliner. Grown organically on the Morrison vineyard planted by Duncan Forsyth in the late 1990s, this has great purity of fruit and shows the lovely texture and spice that this Austrian variety is known for. Crunchy, apple-y, littered with white pepper and all the things you want in a Grüner. It’s just a great thing to drink.
Rich with complex stonefruit, fruit salad, manuka honey and minerals that attack your senses upon first glace. Bringing together four noble varieties of Alsace; Gewürztraminer, Muscat, Pinot Gris and Riesling. This enriching medium bodied integration will both excite and invigorate with a beautiful balance of acidity and sweetness.
Beautiful balance, but also a nice depth of flavour. There is a slight funkiness to the nose that is layered over apple and citrus. There is a slight sweetness on the mid palate but it is met with nicely balanced acidity.