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Nikolaihof, Riesling Vom Stein Federspiel, 2017
"Youthful and delicate, this displays flavors of pear and apricot that mingle at the core of this white, while spice and mineral accents emerge toward the mouth watering finish. Drink now through 2021. 300 cases imported" Wine Spectator
Chateau Lagrange, Saint Julien, 2005 (750ml)
Dark garnet red color announcing the finesse and elegance of the bouquet, where the most diverse flavors blend harmoniously: candied black fruit, undergrowth, gingerbread and roasted notes. From the attack, we fall in love. Tannic, fatty, tender and suave
Robert Chevillon, Nuits-Saint-Georges Vieilles Vignes, 2012 (750ml)
The Chevillon estate, in Nuits-Saint-Georges, was created in the 1900s by Symphorien Chevillon. Since 2003 the brothers Denis and Bertrand have run this 13 hectare farm. If the estate likes to be discreet, its wines are renowned and sought after
Domaine de La Grande Colline (Hirotake Ooka), St. Joseph Red, 2015 (750ml)
When he shows his modest Ardèche estate, overlooking the Rhone and Valence on three hectares, Hirotake Ooka hastens to specify: "there before, it was only woods. I tore everything myself to plant my vines ". Syrah, on granite.
Domaine de La Grande Colline (Hirotake Ooka), Cornas, 2014 (750ml)
Hirotake started out in chemistry and biology before making his way to Bordeaux for oenology school. Syrah from 25 year old vines, spontaneously fermented in oak. As natural as it comes and quite special in our opinion.
Il Colle del Fante, Brunello di Montalcino, 2013 (750ml)
Farming is natural and wine-making is pure tradition at this winery's small 500 year-old cellar, where the wines are aged exclusively in giant Slavonian casks. The terroir is classic Brunello: 400 meter high vineyards strewn with Galestro.