Prince Laurent Champagne

If you’re looking for a truly special, celebratory bottle, this Prince Laurent Champagne sums up everything we love about bubbly. It’s wonderfully fresh with a real palette that’s full of fruit. There is plenty of fizz and a wonderful effervescence in the mouth.
And with a clean, zesty finish, it’s surely the perfect way to add sparkle to any special occasion.
Pale gold with a hint of green with aromas of ripe stone fruits. The taste shows intense white nectarine and peach with subtly toasty aromas. Well balanced acidity with a lingering creamy finish.
The vineyard situated largely in the Marne region, the most well-known Champagne region of France.


Bottle

$72.00

Glass

$ 13

Tasting

$5

Grand Sud

Vin de Pays d’Oc
100% Chardonnay

Colour:  This wine has a clear and shinny colour with golden hues.

Nose:  The nose is very expressive offering a large range of aromas such as citrus fruits, peach and acacia. Light buttery hints.

Mouth: Round and supple in mouth, the wine reveals powerful notes of citrus fruit and white flowers.

Food pairing :   Serve as an aperitif, with mussels, poultry or cheese.


Sangre de Toro White

Parellada
Garnacha Blanca

Parellada :  A traditional fine and delicate Catalan variety. It produces aromatic light dry white wines with   gentle fruity aromas.

Garnacha Blanca:  A grape that adapts to warm and relatively dry climates.  It has yellow shades and mature   fruity aromas with a hint of broom that offers an original touch.

Tasting note:  Pale yellow. It offers seductive aromas of white flowers and fresh fruit

(quince, Guyot   pear). The palate is warm, silky and very flavorful.

Food pairing:  Excellent as an aperitif or paired with salmon tartare, gambas or scallops. Serve at 10ºC.


Château des Tourtes

Cuvée Classique Blanc
AOC Blaye Côtes de Bordeaux

Château des Tourtes

Cuvée Classique Blanc

AOC Blaye Côtes de Bordeaux

Grape varieties:  80 % Sauvignon, 20 % Sémillon

Aged 6 months in stainless-steel tanks on lees.

Tasting Notes:   Pale yellow color with green highlights. Pleasant, aromatic nose, with overtones of   citrus and floral blossoms. In mouth: very good balance, a pleasant body.

Food pairing :   Aperitif, smoked salmon or beef carpaccio,. Excellent with a salmon steak


Nederburg Sauvignon blanc

Sauvignon Blanc

Nederburg Sauvignon blanc

This wine is made from Sauvignon blanc grapes.

Bouquet:   Melon and herbaceous nuances with fresh gooseberries and a hint of green figs.

Palate:  Distinctive tropical fruit, gooseberry and herbaceous flavours support a balanced palate   with a pleasant lingering finish.

Food pairing : Excellent served with mussels, scallops and pan-fried veal veal .


Côtes du Rhône Guigal

Côtes du Rhône Guigal

Grape variety:  65% Viognier, 15% Roussanne, 10% Marsanne, 8 % Clairette, 2% Bourboulenc.

Tasting

Eye :   Yellow gold, clear and brilliant.

Nose :   Freshness marked by the distinctive aromas of Viognier ;white flowers, apricot, acacia and   white peach.

Palate :   Fruity with plenty of richness and body.

Overall :   A well-rounded wine with elegance, strength and balance.

Food pairing :   Foie gras mi-cuit and cold cuts plater


Grand Sud Rose

Vin de Pays d’Oc

Grand Sud

Merlot Rose

Vin de Pays d’Oc

100 % Merlot

Colour:  Pale pink, clear and bright colour with soft hues of raspberry- pink.

Nose:  Very intense, the nose reveals hints of candy and red fruits.

Mouth:  Generous and elegant wine, balanced between freshness and a slight sweetness.

Food and wine pairing : Serve as an aperitif wine, or with light meals such as salads, grilled meats or cheese.


Grand Sud Merlot

Vin de Pays d’Oc

Grand Sud

Merlot

Vin de Pays d’Oc

100 % Merlot

Colour:   Shinny purple with ruby hues.

Nose:   Powerful and complex with red fruit aromas, enhanced by peppery notes.

Mouth:  Full attack of jammy red fruits. Round and easy to drink.

Food pairing:  Poultry, lamb chops and any type of cheese.   http://www.grandsud.ca/en


Château des Tourtes

Cuvée Classique Rouge
AOC Blaye Côtes de Bordeaux

Château des Tourtes

Cuvée Classique Rouge

Appellation:   Blaye Côtes de Bordeaux

Grape varietals:   70 % Merlot – 30 % Cabernet Sauvignon

Tasting Notes:   Bright, ruby-red color. A reserved nose of black currant and raspberry bouquet. Medium-  bodied, soft in the mouth. Well balanced, very pleasant drinking.

Food pairing:   Marries well with poultry, ribeye and cheese. Ready to be drank in its youth, it is a   convivial and pleasurable wine.   http://www.vignoblesraguenot.fr/en/


Pinot Noir « Réserve »

Alsace

Pinot Noir « Réserve » (Alsace)

Pierre Trimbach produces two Pinot-Noirs, neither of which are not matured in barrel,

to ensure the grapes’ fruitiness is preserved.

The “Reserve” Pinot-Noir develops red fruit aromas and is supple, fruity and fresh on the palate..

Pair with :   Cold cuts plater,lamb chops, tartare steak, some cheeses…

Availability :    Available now: the 2013 Pinot Noir “Reserve”.

Ageing potential: 3 to 5 years  http://www.trimbach.fr/en/


Sangre de Toro

Garnacha
Cariñena

Sangre de Toro

Character runs in the blood

A fine wine, made from Garnacha and Cariñena.

Cariñena:   A classical and traditional variety from the Mediterranean vineyards. It produces robust   wines with a high alcohol content which are rich in pigment and extract.

Garnacha tinta:  The most heavily grown Mediterranean red variety in the world, it produces excellent red   and rosé wines which benefit from its greasy and sensual tannin.

Tasting note :  Cherry red in color. Fresh, expressive and intense red fruit aromas with

a subtle nuance of oak aging. Velvety on the palate.

Food Pairing:  Perfect with braised lamb shank, assiette Toulousaine or cassoulet. Serve at 18ºC.


Penfold’s BIN 2

Shiraz
Mourvèdre

BIN 2 SHIRAZ MOURVÈDRE

Typically a soft, medium-bodied wine based on Shiraz.

Deep purple to crimson. Intense elemental blackberry, brambly, aniseed, herb garden aromas.

Dense exuberant juicy blackberry, liquorice/brambly flavours with some panforte, dark chocolate notes

and plentiful chalky dry tannins. Finishes al dente, long and sweet.

Exuberant and expressive.

Food Pairing:  Perfect with Tournedos Rossini, rib of beef.   https://www.penfolds.com


Le M des Tourtes

Le M des Tourtes

Grapes: 40% Malbec, 30% Merlot, 30% Cabernet Sauvignon
Aging in oak barrels for 12 months.
tasting:   The M of pies will surprise you with its smooth structure, complex aromas and originality.
Essential for all lovers of discovery!
Food / wine pairing: It will be very appreciated with red meat such as coast grilled beef or

lamb chps, and on spicy dishes or a cheese platter. http://www.vignoblesraguenot.fr/en/


Mas de Daumas Gassac

South-West France

Mas de Daumas Gassac

South-West France

Grape varieties:   72% Cabernet Sauvignon, 5.4% Merlot, 5.3% Tannat, 3.8% Cabernet Franc,

2.5% Malbec, 2% Pinot Noir, 9% variétés rares.

A truly harmonious vintage. Intensely concentrated aromas.A deep peony colour,

bright with glints of ruby.

The nose develops swoly to become very aromatic, with elegant hints of blackcurrants and

ripewild berries.

As the mouth open, the wine’s great finesse come trough with splendid balance and lively flavors.

After 9 month maturing, the wine opens gradually to reveal soft, silky, noble tannin reminiscents of

the greatest vintages.


Château Faugères

(Vignobles Silvio Denz)
St Emilion - Grand Cru classé

Château Faugeres (Vignobles Silvio Denz)    

St Emilion Grand Cru classé

A notable success in an unusually precocious vintage.
The wine exhibits a dense ruby/purple color as well as lots of sweet black cherry and black

currant fruit intermixed with hints of licorice and incense, with a roasted apple wood accent stretching out on the finish.

Full, rich and layered, this up-front, gorgeous 2011 should drink well for 12+ years.


Penfolds Bin 389

Cabernet Shiraz

GRAPE VARIETY:   51% Cabernet, 49% Shiraz

MATURATION:  12 months in American oak hogsheads

COLOUR:   Deep dark magenta

NOSE:   A first impression of dark fruits and chocolate, splashed by spices – cinnamon, vanillin

pod, cola. Then, a transient umami dabble – via cues of Worcestershire sauce/smoked Barossa

bacon/beef cube. To follow, a bruléed lift mirrored by scents of toasted brioche, soaked oats.

Intriguingly different, yet still Bin 389, albeit young/evolving at this perusal at an

early stage.

PAL ATE:   Expansive,explosive, exotic…a Bin 389 triple-ex palate rating!

A wave/surge of fruits and spice unleashed – propelled by tomato and tahini paste

flavours.

Juicy, succulent tannins engulf, alongside oak – adding volume, density. Mouth-coating

in every sense.

Long and lingering.

PEAK DRINKING: 2018 – 2035