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2019

DiGiorgio Frank Sauvignon Blanc Semillon Chardonnay

In March 2002 the DiGiorgio Family became the proud owners of the second oldest winery in Coonawarra. This winery had been known since the early 1950’s as ‘Rouge Homme’ and holds enormous importance within the ‘winescape’ of Australia.
Being frank, this wine is made to be enjoyed with the best of food, family and friends. The finest white varieties of the estate have been blended to create a fresh and aromatic wine, with ripe tropical flavours and a crisp, dry finish.
Frankly, this white is fabulous!

For more info, visit DiGiorgio website.

VARIETALS
39% Sauvignon Blanc, 37% Semillon, 24% Chardonnay

VINTAGE
2019

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2015

Disznókö Tokaji 1413 Szamorodni Edes (500 ml)

Disznókö is one of the most famous producers of sweet Tokaji in the world.
The estate owns only one large vineyard of about 250 acres, classified in 1772 and planted only with local indigenous grape, in particular Furmint. These wines are considered among the best sweet wines in the world, classified in puttonyos according to their residual sugar levels that express at their best the Hungarian tradition and terroir.
1413 is the year the Disznókő vineyard was first mentioned in a land register. So an apt name for this modern interpretation of Édes (sweet) Szamorodni, a traditional Tokaji wine. The name comes from the Polish meaning “as it comes”: the bunches come as they are from vineyard to cellar. The grapes are not selected one by one (harvesting method for making Aszú wines), but picked in whole bunches with many shrivelled and botrytised grapes.

For more info, visit Disznókö website.

VARIETALS
100% Furmint

VINTAGE
2015

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2010

Disznókö Tokaji Aszú 5 Puttonyos (500 ml)

Disznókö is one of the most famous producers of sweet Tokaji in the world.
The estate owns only one large vineyard of about 250 acres, classified in 1772 and planted only with local indigenous grape, in particular Furmint. These wines are considered among the best sweet wines in the world, classified in puttonyos according to their residual sugar levels that express at their best the Hungarian tradition and terroir.

”The wines of 2010 remind me of walking down into a Tokaj cellar after a hot day out in the vineyard. A refreshing vintage with vivacious, almost cool acidity and wonderful aromas!” – László Mészáros

For more info, visit Disznókö website.

VARIETALS
60% Furmint, 30% Hárslevelu, 10% Zéta

VINTAGE
2010

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2002

Disznókö Tokaji Aszú 6 Puttonyos (500 ml)

Disznókö is one of the most famous producers of sweet Tokaji in the world.
The estate owns only one large vineyard of about 250 acres, classified in 1772 and planted only with local indigenous grape, in particular Furmint. These wines are considered among the best sweet wines in the world, classified in puttonyos according to their residual sugar levels that express at their best the Hungarian tradition and terroir.

The 6 Puttonyos Aszú wines, called the Gold of Hungary, are vinified based on a method dating back to the seventeenth century. The berries macerate for several hours to obtain what is called the Aszú dough which is then filtered. The juice is collected and put in oak barrels, where it will ferment slowly. Today, the higher the residual sugar is, the greater the number of puttonyos will be.

”The key word for the 2002 vintage is precision, like an archer aiming from afar but reaching target with accuracy and agility. The wines have a very aromatic and soft attack, followed by a wonderful mouthwatering freshness.” – László Mészáros

For more info, visit Disznókö website.

VARIETALS
75% Furmint, 25% Zéta

VINTAGE
2002

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1999

Disznókö Tokaji Aszú 6 Puttonyos (500 ml)

Disznókö is one of the most famous producers of sweet Tokaji in the world.
The estate owns only one large vineyard of about 250 acres, classified in 1772 and planted only with local indigenous grape, in particular Furmint. These wines are considered among the best sweet wines in the world, classified in puttonyos according to their residual sugar levels that express at their best the Hungarian tradition and terroir.

The 6 Puttonyos Aszú wines, called the Gold of Hungary, are vinified based on a method dating back to the seventeenth century. The berries macerate for several hours to obtain what is called the Aszú dough which is then filtered. The juice is collected and put in oak barrels, where it will ferment slowly. Today, the higher the residual sugar is, the greater the number of puttonyos will be.

”The 1999 vintage is sharp as a diamond with aromas of great precision. Classical, elegant, immortal.” – László Mészáros

For more info, visit Disznókö website.

VARIETALS
70% Furmint, 30% Zéta

VINTAGE
1999

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2005

Disznókö Tokaji Aszú 6 Puttonyos Kapi Vineyard (500 ml)

Disznókö is one of the most famous producers of sweet Tokaji in the world.
The estate owns only one large vineyard of about 250 acres, classified in 1772 and planted only with local indigenous grape, in particular Furmint. These wines are considered among the best sweet wines in the world, classified in puttonyos according to their residual sugar levels that express at their best the Hungarian tradition and terroir.

The 6 Puttonyos Aszú wines, called the Gold of Hungary, are vinified based on a method dating back to the seventeenth century. Harvested by hand on several passes through the “Kapi Vineyard”. The aszú berries were stored in stainless steel until vinification. These grapes were macerated, unpressed, in a fermenting must for 60 hours.

”To me, the wines of 2005 are like watching a firework display: explosive, bright, colorful and vibrant. This vintage is focussed with a deep structure together with bright, lively acidity. As many of our wines, they show both great intensity and power. A truly classic year for Tokaj.” – László Mészáros

For more info, visit Disznókö website.

VARIETALS
100% Furmint

VINTAGE
2005

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1997

Disznókö Tokaji Aszú Eszencia (500 ml)

Disznókö is one of the most famous producers of sweet Tokaji in the world.
The estate owns only one large vineyard of about 250 acres, classified in 1772 and planted only with local indigenous grape, in particular Furmint. These wines are considered among the best sweet wines in the world, classified in puttonyos according to their residual sugar levels that express at their best the Hungarian tradition and terroir.

The Aszú grapes (shrivelled grapes affected by noble rot and dried on the vine) are collected manually in wooden hods of 25 kg (Puttonys), then are poured in a vat (136 liters) of must or wine (Gönci-cask), according to a method established in the 17th century.

”1997 is like a hidden treasure kept locked away, but suddenly revealed. Certainly not an easy vintage but we made elegant wines with a good structure and very pure fruit.” – László Mészáros

For more info, visit Disznókö website.

VARIETALS
60% Furmint, 40% Hárslevelu

VINTAGE
1997

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1999

Disznókö Tokaji Aszú Eszencia (500 ml)

Disznókö is one of the most famous producers of sweet Tokaji in the world.
The estate owns only one large vineyard of about 250 acres, classified in 1772 and planted only with local indigenous grape, in particular Furmint. These wines are considered among the best sweet wines in the world, classified in puttonyos according to their residual sugar levels that express at their best the Hungarian tradition and terroir.

The Aszú grapes (shrivelled grapes affected by noble rot and dried on the vine) are collected manually in wooden hods of 25 kg (Puttonys), then are poured in a vat (136 liters) of must or wine (Gönci-cask), according to a method established in the 17th century.

”The 1999 vintage is sharp as a diamond with aromas of great precision. Classical, elegant, immortal. The last vintage of the 90s and a milestone to the memory of the great wines of Disznókő.” – László Mészáros

For more info, visit Disznókö website.

VARIETALS
70% Furmint, 30% Hárslevelu

VINTAGE
1999

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1993

Disznókö Tokaji Aszú Eszencia (500 ml)

Disznókö is one of the most famous producers of sweet Tokaji in the world.
The estate owns only one large vineyard of about 250 acres, classified in 1772 and planted only with local indigenous grape, in particular Furmint. These wines are considered among the best sweet wines in the world, classified in puttonyos according to their residual sugar levels that express at their best the Hungarian tradition and terroir.

The Aszú grapes (shrivelled grapes affected by noble rot and dried on the vine) are collected manually in wooden hods of 25 kg (Puttonys), then are poured in a vat (136 liters) of must or wine (Gönci-cask), according to a method established in the 17th century.
1993 marks a true renaissance in the wines of Tokaj and of the region, the first great vintage after the political transition and a new era for Disznókő recently purchased by AXA Millésimes.

”The 1993 is a trendsetter above the waves of fashion. And this style is here to stay. The 1993 vintage is a legend in the line of the 1999, 2000 and others. A fantastic vintage with spicy, unctuous wines both complex and fresh with a superb ageing potential. Historic.” – László Mészáros

For more info, visit Disznókö website.

VARIETALS
60% Furmint, 30% Hárslevelu, 10% Zéta

VINTAGE
1993

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2016

Disznókö Tokaji Late Harvest Kësõi Szüret (500ml)

Disznókö is one of the most famous producers of sweet Tokaji in the world.
The estate owns only one large vineyard of about 250 acres, classified in 1772 and planted only with local indigenous grape, in particular Furmint. These wines are considered among the best sweet wines in the world, classified in puttonyos according to their residual sugar levels that express at their best the Hungarian tradition and terroir.
Tokaji Késői Szüret (Late Harvest) is a balanced and accessible wine with a superb aromatic complexity perfectly suited for one‘s first discovery of the wines of Disznókő and the universe of the great sweet wines of Tokaj.

For more info, visit Disznókö website.

VARIETALS
90% Furmint, 7% Zéta, 3% Hárslevelű

VINTAGE
2016

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2017

Domaine Boudau Clot del Pila Les Cargolines

Established in the 1920’s, the family Estate of Domaine Boudau is run by Véronique and Pierre Boudau since 1993. The Clot del Pila, predominantly Grenache is widely known as one of the best value reds from Roussillon. This full bodied red is hitting on all cylinders with vivid, ripe red cherry and raspberry flavors. Fresh, balanced and fun to drink, this very fruit forward gem has a little herb and spice that adds to its lush character.

For more info, visit Domaine Boudau website.

VARIETALS
40% Grenache, 40% Syrah, 20% Carignan

VINTAGE
2017

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2018

Domaine Daniel Dampt & Fils Chablis AOC

Resulting from a family of winegrowers dating back 150 years, Daniel Dampt has joined his domaine with that of his father-in-law’s, Jean Defaix. The estate currently counts 30 hectares of vines in production,including 16 hectares of Chablis and 14 hectares of Chablis 1er CruAll Daniel Dampt’s wines are produced and bottled by the domaine. This means all his wines are made from grapes grown in his own vineyards, which is a crucial factor in the personality and quality of the wines.

For more info, visit Domaine Daniel Dampt & Fils website.

VARIETALS
100% Chardonnay

VINTAGE
2018

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2017

Domaine de la Clapière Figuerette

Nestled on the heights of the village of Montagnac, a few kilometers from the historic town of Pézénas, the Domaine de la Clapière is ideally located in the Languedoc region, thanks to its Mediterranean coast, its wild and authentic landscapes and its exceptionally mild climate.
The history of the estate dates back to the Gallo-Roman era, located as it was on the Via Domitia, the Roman road linking Italy to Spain, where there is already a vineyard.
A few centuries later, the place will become a famous and welcoming relay for the pilgrims of the Routes of Compostela. And that is ultimately at the XVII th century that the Domain Clapière find his name under the influence of Francis Clapier, wealthy merchant and owner of the time. Since 2006, the estate is operated and inhabited by Sophie and Xavier who make this heritage live with the help of a great team. And if a new page made of enthusiasm and modernity is written for the field, history is never far.

Delicious and aromatic with its citrus notes, it proudly expresses the nearby Côtes des Blancs breed. From Chardonnay, it takes the power; from Viognier, it draws elegance.

Certified TERRA VITIS.

For more info, visit Domaine de la Clapière website.

VARIETALS
60% Chardonnay, 20% Grenache Blanc, 10% Grenache Gris, 10% Viognier

VINTAGE
2017

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2015

Domaine de la Clapière Gatefer

Nestled on the heights of the village of Montagnac, a few kilometers from the historic town of Pézénas, the Domaine de la Clapière is ideally located in the Languedoc region, thanks to its Mediterranean coast, its wild and authentic landscapes and its exceptionally mild climate.
The history of the estate dates back to the Gallo-Roman era, located as it was on the Via Domitia, the Roman road linking Italy to Spain, where there is already a vineyard.
A few centuries later, the place will become a famous and welcoming relay for the pilgrims of the Routes of Compostela. And that is ultimately at the XVII th century that the Domain Clapière find his name under the influence of Francis Clapier, wealthy merchant and owner of the time. Since 2006, the estate is operated and inhabited by Sophie and Xavier who make this heritage live with the help of a great team. And if a new page made of enthusiasm and modernity is written for the field, history is never far.

Rich and concentrated, the name of the cuvée Gatefer is that of a parcel of the property. It has been added to the Domaine de La Clapière from the 2006 vintage.

Certified TERRA VITIS.

For more info, visit Domaine de la Clapière website.

VARIETALS
45% Merlot, 40% Cabernet Sauvignon, 15% Syrah

VINTAGE
2015

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2019

Domaine des Forges Rose’ d’Anjou

At Domaine des Forges, passion has been passed down for five generations. The family vineyard extends over 47 hectares between the Loire and the Layon, on hillsides benefiting from a microclimate allowing the development of the noble rot essential to the development of great liquoreux on the most prestigious terroirs of Anjou.
The freshness of their rosés, mainly from the Grolleau, Cabernet and Gamay varieties, in light and fruity styles, ca be enjoyed at any time of the day.

VARIETALS
100% Cabernet Franc

VINTAGE
2019

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