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2019

Bosio Moscato d’Asti DOCG

In the heart of Langhe, Italy, where technology and rural tradition coexist, lies the Bosio Family Estates Winery. The winery, founded in 1967, is an official Unesco Human Heritage and prides themselves in keeping authentic winemaking traditions and excellences. Bosio’s wines are vinified in small parcels to produce vintages with great varietal character and are some of the best value from the Piedmont region.

This low alcohol Moscato D’Asti is a beautifully fresh and sweet wine, with a slight effervescence.

For more info, visit Bosio website.

VARIETALS
100% Moscato

VINTAGE
2019

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2012

Carmes De Rieussec Sauternes AOC (Château Rieussec Grand Cru Classé AOC 2nd wine)

Château Rieussec’s second wine is selected according to the same standards as the first wine. Its character consistently reveals a beautiful aromatic range dominated by citrus flavours. Carmes de Rieussec’s name is a reference to the Carmelite monks in Langon, who owned the Rieussec estate, located on the border of the municipalities of Fargues and Sauternes, in the 18th century. Passed from hand to hand among different families, in 1984 it was bought by the Barons Rothschild, one of the most noble families important linked to the world of wine, already owner of the famous Château Lafite.
Today at Château Rieussec are grown the three symbolic vines of Sauternes, sémillion, sauvignon and muscadelle, carefully following traditional techniques, both in the vineyard and in the winery: the result of this commitment leads to the creation of rich, deep and dense wines, which conquer and fascinate from the first sip, thanks to the great variety of organoleptic characteristics expressed in the glass.

For more info, visit Château Rieussec website.

VARIETALS
87% Sémillon, 10% Sauvignon, 3%Muscadelle

VINTAGE
2012

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2008

Château Coutet Premier Cru Classé Barsac AOC

First built as a fortress, Château Coutet still bears the stamp of its medieval origins.
The history of Château Coutet as a winemaking estate starts in 1643, when Charles Le Guérin, known as Lord of Coutet, made it one of the first vineyards in the Sauternes appellation. The estate remained in the hands of his descendants until 1788, time when Thomas Jefferson, third president of the United States of America, serving as ambassador in France, acknowledged Château Coutet as “the best Sauternes in Barsac.”
Following a number of informal rankings, the 1855 classification ordered by Napoleon III was issued for the Universal Exposition. It officially recognised Château Coutet as one of the Classified First Growths of the Sauternes and Barsac appellations, alongside the finest wines from the Médoc and Graves regions.
Henry-Louis Guy, an industrialist from Lyon, acquired Château Coutet in the 1920 and managed the estate until 1977, when Marcel Baly and two of his sons, Philippe and Dominique, became the new owners of Château Coutet in 1977. Originally from Alsace, the family subsequently expanded overseas, especially in the United States. With zeal and determination, they set about the task of renewing the vineyard and the winery buildings. In 1994, the two brothers concluded an agreement with Baron Philippe de Rothschild SA. The winemaking team is now advised by the technical staff from Château Mouton Rothschild.

For more info, visit Château Coutet website.

VARIETALS
75% Sémillon, 23% Sauvignon Blanc, 2% Muscadelle

VINTAGE
2008

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2019

Cranswick Lakefield Moscato

Founded by Graham Cranswick Smith, the wines take their cue from his family name, thought to derive from the Crane’s Wyke (the village of cranes) in Yorkshire as recorded in the medieval Domesday Book. The Cranswick wines are expertly crafted to reflect the very best of Australia’s winemaking heritage. Offering a three tier range of classic wines designed to be superb examples of Australian varietals from carefully selected vineyards in New South Wales and South Australia.
A Moscato showing light musk aromas, with fruity flavours of peach, pear and apple, finishing with a light fizz.

For more info, visit Cranswick Estate website.

VARIETALS
100% Moscato

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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2016

Fabiano Recioto della Valpolicella Classico DOCG (500ml)

The history of Fabiano Family in the wine making industry started in 1912, when Francesco Fabiano, Nicola’s son, opened a wine store in Venice, just a few steps from St.Marco’s Cathedral. His son Sergio, having made his store very popular in the whole city, started a wine trade throughout the Veneto region.

«Nicola Fabiano» Recioto is a prestigious wine, whose grapes come from vineyards in heart of Valpolicella, traditionally land of full-bodied tasting wines.

For more info, visit Fabiano website.

VARIETALS
40% Corvina, 30% Corvinone, 25% Rondinella, 5% Croatina

VINTAGE
2016

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1999

Gróf Degenfeld Tokaji Eszencia (250 ml)

The Count Degenfeld family revived its vineyard in Hegyalja in 1994, based on a tradition of more than one hundred and fifty years.
The 100 hectare estate, is set on the Tarcal Terézia Hill, the Mézesmál dűlő near Mád, and on the edge of Mezőzombor. These vineyards belong to the best grape-growing areas in the whole of Tokaj-Hegyalja.

A true curiosity. The essence of Tokaj wine region in one small bottle. This vintage raised excellent quality, concentrated aszú berries. These wine specialties is extremely rare, they can born in very few vintages and only a very small quantity. The number of bottles produced is 599.

For more info, visit Gróf Degenfeld website.

VARIETALS
Furmint blend

VINTAGE
1999

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