Fine Wines

Fine Wines

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  • Barolo, Sacco

    Often considered one of Italy's greatest wines, Barolo is definitely one of the most famous and a must try for it's classic tar and roses aromas. This Barolo from the Rocca estate is a classic, dry and austere, autumnal Nebbiolo from this famous Piemonte region. It will delight with its intense bouquet of mature red fruit and tobacco and the ethereal "Tar and Roses" of classic mature Barolo. It is at the lighter end of the Barolo spectrum and fully mature, so expect a more gamey style well suited to roast pheasant, aged beef and other fine meat courses.

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  • Le Jardin de Petit Village Pomerol

    Coming from the famous vineyard of Chateau Petit Village in the heart of the Pomerol appellation, le Jardin de Petit Village is made exclusively with Merlot. The wine has aged in French oak barrels for 12 months. The result is an elegant, round wine with aromas of violets and red fruits.

    "Lovely wine. Continues the progression. Dark/red berry fruit with a little spice and vanilla. Palate plush and seductive. Fine, long tannins." Decanter Magazine

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  • Domaine Courbis Cornas La Sabarotte

    Inky purple black colour. Nice smoky meatiness to the nose, which is rich and spicy. The palate is rich and full, displaying chunky, spicy, tannic fruit. Quite a big wine.

    "Takes a ripe, modern approach at first, with roasted fig, cruched plum and raspberry notes leading the way, but also lots of roasted earth, and tobacco notes tugging from underneath to keep this honest. A piercing chalky streak emerges on the finish, providing added length and range. Very impressive." Wine Spectator

     

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  • Chateau de Ferrand Saint Emilion Grand Cru '06 Magnum

    The wines from the Saint-Emilion area in Bordeaux are appreciated by lovers worldwide for their finesse and elegance. On the calcareous clay soils of this domain the Merlot grape dominates, which is supplemented by a small proportion of Cabernet Franc grapes in Cuvée. The Lambert family attaches great importance to a careful, traditional ageing in oak barrels (about 18-24 months), so their wines never show an intrusive or superficial "wood tone".

    The 2006 vintage presents itself full-bodied and rich, a supple red wine with a rich bouquet of blackcurrant, ripe strawberries backed by fine, spicy aromas. The initial taste on the palate offers a firm but supple backbone, predominated by fruitiness, with tight, flavoursome tannins. The finish benefits from splendid, long-lasting aromas. An interesting fact about this Grand Cru wine, it is from the estate of the late Baron Bich - of Bic pens fame. Also, Chateau Ferrand is only sold when ready for drinking yet, while it is drinking well now it could mature further.

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