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Wither Hills Sauvignon Blanc 2017Wither Hills is the joint project of winemakers Matt Large and Andrew Petrie alongside viticulturist Samantha Scarratt. Fruit from select vineyards throughout the Wairua Valley are vinified separately. The fruit is gently pressed, cold settled, racked and cool fermented. After fermentation the wines remain on light yeast lees to enhance palate feel and structure. The individual wines are then racked, blended, filtered and bottled. Distinctly Marlborough, this Sauvignon Blanc exudes vibrant ripe citrus notes, crunchy greens and hints of tropical guava on the nose. The palate is refined and elegant with superb natural fruit weight providing a juicy core of layered fruit, entwined with a salty textural acidity, vibrant citrus pith and a moreish dry chalky finish. A perfect match with plump oysters, green lip mussels, even prosciutto and rock melon.
Siete Pasos La Fresca White Rioja 2016Created as a passion project by a group of longtime friends, Siete Pasos crafts wines that blend the native character of Rioja with a fresh and modern approach to winemaking. The 100% viura grapes are grown in multiple vineyards across Rioja Alta, the westernmost portion of the Rioja DOC. The higher altitude more northerly vineyards produce higher acid, moderate alcohol wines. The wine ferments for two weeks in stainless steel, followed by one month aging on lees prior to bottling. Yellow-green straw-like tones, very bright. Fruity in the nose, with aromas of apple, a touch of citrus fruits and a nutty base. Soft and fresh entry, smooth and lingering, good medium body, with excellent harmony between acidity and fruit. Lingering, with excellent notes of soft fruits, with a very pleasant finish. Pairings: The first glass before starting a meal, boiled shellfish and mixed salads. Consumption: As with any young wine, it is recommended to be consumed within two years following its bottling and must always be stored in a cool and dark place.
Maray Wines Chardonnay 2012A young winemaking region, Maray is the pioneer wine producer in the Limarì Valley of Northern Chile. Maray Vineyard is owned by one of the world’s most renowned Chilean mining families; A “maray” [mahr-aye] is a tool that was used throughout Chilean mining. Proximity to the Pacific Ocean has made this area a cool desert. The soil is alluvial, loose, granule soils that were once part of a sea floor, and are made up of silt, clay, gravel, and sand, all often very mineral-rich. Yellow color with green hints. Amazingly fresh, intense and complex, great minerality with citric and fresh pineapple on the nose plus a slight touch of French oak that adds more complexity to the wine. Full bodied, nice acidity and freshness in the palate again with a mineral touch and salty taste at the end. Very long and pleasant finish.
Monte Santoccio Valpolicella Classico Superiore 2017Monte Santoccio is located in Fumane, in the heart of the Valpolicella DOC. Winemaker Nicola Ferrari established himself at age 26 when he began at famed producer Giuseppe Quintarelli. Today, he owns his own estate and produces wines solely from his estate vineyards. This is a blend of Corvina 40%, Corvinone 30%, Rondinella 20%, Molinara 10%. The wine ages in concrete vats prior to bottling. Fresh aromas of wild cherry and clean minerals. The wine is medium bodied with smooth tannins.
Chateau Tour De Grangemont Bergerac 2016The property has been in the family for 5 generations and the wines of the Château Tour de Grangemont have been bottled under their own label since 1975. The terroir enjoys a mild and sunny ocean-like climate. It is located on calcareous clay slopes that are poor, shallow, stony but that are favorable to a quality grape harvest. This very engaging, tasty red is produced from a Bordeaux blend of 45% cabernet sauvignon, 50% merlot and 5% malbec. The nose, intense and generous, is dominated by the ripe fruit, especially raspberry. A generosity confirmed by a strong mouth,
Giacomo Vico Barbera d'Alba 2014The cellars at Giacomo Vico date back to the 19th century, when Giacomo himself began tending vines and fermenting his own wines in the Roero and Langhe regions of Piedmont. Today, his three three great-grandsons have completely modernized and renovated the original facility with Alessandro taking the lead. Grapes for this wine come from the San Michele vineyard, in the municipality of Canale d’Alba. Fermentation takes place in stainless steel, followed by oak barrel aging for six months. Red and ruby red with violet shades. Perfumed and vinous in youth, with sensations of prunes, cherry jam and blackberries. Good acidity, always present, to make it fresh and pleasant.
Castello di Neive Barbaresco Santo Stefano Albesani 2011Castello di Neive and the surrounding 150-acre estate are owned by the Stupino family. The Castello di Neive winery began when Giacomo Stupino, the family patriarch, capitalized on his experience as a surveyor and his knowledge of the area to purchase favorable vineyards and land whenever possible. In the small cellars of their family home, the Stupino’s began their first wine production and, over time, their acquired vineyards grew with the family’s production and ambitions. In 1964 the family purchased the castle with its spacious cellars, along with more land and farmsteads in Santo Stefano and Marcorino. When Giacomo died in 1970, Giulio and Italo oversaw the transition from tenant farming to direct management of the land, initiating production and export of Castello di Neive wines abroad. Castello di Neive comprises a 150-acre (60 hectares) estate, all in the Neive town council, in the Langhe area of the Piedmont region. Sixty-two acres (25 hectares) of the property are devoted to grape growing and all the production (approximately 12,000 cases a year) is obtained from Castello di Neive’s own vines. The Nebbiolo grapes for this wine are grown in the Albesani sub-appellation inside Barbaresco, in the single vineyard of Santo Stefano, which is owned entirely by Castello di Neive. Deep garnet in color, intoxicating aromas of purple fruits and wildflowers are underscored by notes of cherries, roses, and baking spices. On the palate, it is elegant, with a long spicy finish. This wine manages to be weightless and intoxicating at the same time. Pairs well with slow-roasted beef, demi-glaces, grilled pork and apples, and Beef Wellington.
Domaine Jean Fournier Marsannay Rouge Es Chezots 2013Domaine Jean Fournier dates back to the reign of Louis 13th in the early 17th century, making it one of the oldest properties in Marsannay. Today the Domaine's 16 hectares are helmed by the dynamic young Laurent Fournier, son of Jean, who crafts wines with integrity in a non-interventionist style. He has converted the vineyards to organic agriculture and has been Ecocert certified since 2008. Old vines can be found throughout the Domaine, contributing to the immense purity and finesse Fournier's wines are known for. Harvest is completed manually and grapes are hand sorted to guarantee that the wine is made from only the highest quality fruit. Grapes ferment in barrel for up to three weeks and the wines are then aged for three years in both 25 and 50 hl barrels allowing them plenty of time to esh out. The result is precise wines of great ageability, weight, and texture. "Real density on the note. Serious Stuff made with the lightest of hands on the tiller. Bone dry but with lots of character - orange peel note. Beautifully constructed." - Jancis Robinson
Hewitson Old Garden Mouvedre 2010Established in 1998 Hewitson winery is situated in the heart of the Barossa Valley, Australia, on the historic Seppeltsfield Road and boasts some of the oldest vines in the world. The grapes for this wine are sourced from Hewitson’s Old Garden, an ancient vineyard of Mourvèdre planted in 1853 by Friedrich Koch. Old Garden has seen the entire history of Australia’s wine industry evolve around it. Having survived floods, fires, famines and the worldwide spread of Phylloxera in the late 1800s, this is the oldest-known surviving planting of Mourvèdre. “With a medium density of garnet color, the 2010 Mourvedre Old Garden is evolving into a meat and earth-laced bake berry and preserved plum character with nuances of new leather and underbrush. Medium to full-bodied, it delivers plenty of earthy/savory flavor with a firm backbone of chewy tannins and a good, long finish.” – 92 Points, Lisa Perrotti-Brown, Wine Advocate
Field Stone Sauvignon Blanc 2015Fermentation was finished without malolactic fermentation to further accentuatethe wine's fresh-fruit character. Food Pairing: With food, Sauvignon Blanc is one of the most versatile of all white wines. Ours is especially delicious when served slightly chilled with brightly flavored Mediterranean, Caribbean, and Southwestern-Hispanic foods. And unlike other white wines, we have found that our Sauvignon Blanc is one of the best complementary matches with corn and corn-based foods (polenta, tortillas, and tamales) and with herbal fare (basil, garlic, and cilantro). Of course, this wine also serves as an excellent aperitif, and, either chilled or, at cool room temperature, it is a superb table accompaniment to poached or grilled seafood, chicken, pastas, salads and many vegetarian dishes.
FEW Spirits Rye WhiskeyBear witness to the revival of rye. Born of the hearty grain, our generous rye content is married with the sweetness of corn for a genteel interpretation of the venerable spirit. Aged in air-dried oak barrels, its spicy character transcends mere resurgence. This is the renaissance of rye.
Macallan Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky 12 year oldMahogany. Full, slightly sweet; toffee, ginger and dried fruits accompanied by sherry and cloves. Rich in both dried fruit and sherry, with a subtle toffee sweetness and pleasant touch of spice flavour with a touch of sherry sweetness and wood. Medium long.
Aperol AperitivoThe name says it all: Aperol is the perfect aperitif. Bright orange in color, it has a unique taste, thanks to the secret recipe, which has never been changed, with infusions of selected ingredients including bitter and sweet oranges and many other herbs and roots in perfect proportions. Aperol's strength is in its low-alcohol content of only 11 percent. Nose: Lightly alcoholic, zesting orange with appealing complex herbal scents harmonized with a touch of vanilla. Body: Intense orange top with herbal and woody body notes, pleasantly bittersweet and salty. Texture: Velvety and rounded, with long-lasting orange and wood memories. Backtaste: Herbal long pleasant typical bitterness.
Town Branch RyeDistilled by our nation's first president at Mount Vernon and the most popular whiskey until Prohibition, rye whiskey is being revived with Town Branch Rye - a style of whiskey with a history as rich as its flavor. As the original spirit in a Whiskey Sour or an Old Fashioned, rye whiskey is still chosen by the most discerning spirits connoisseurs for its spicy, robust flavor. Enjoy the spicy floral aroma, then the light, spicy rye notes of vanilla and oak finishing with a peppery, warm dry finish.
Hangar One RoséA unique blend of Hangar 1 Vodka and California rosé wine. Floral with notes of crisp apple, sweet pea blossoms, and a hint of oak on the nose, with a silky and soft mouthfeel finishing fresh with hints of cranberry.
La Gritona Reposado TequilaThis exciting new tequila is made by one of the few but rising tide of female distillers in tequila country at the tiny NOM 1533 in the Valle de Guadalupe. Gritona is made according to traditional methods and because the team begins with perfectly ripened select highland agave plants, they ensure no shortcuts are necessary on their way to great tequila. The harvested plants are slow cooked in brick ovens and then left to naturally ferment with ambient yeasts before being double distilled in small pot stills. The new make spirit is then aged for 8 months in old American oak barrels. Complex and brooding in character the spirit gives off notes of caramelized fruit, ginger and pepper.
Town Branch Sherry Cask Finished Bourbon 9 year oldTown Branch® Bourbon: Sherry Cask Finished, is a 9-year-old Kentucky straight bourbon whiskey from the early days of Town Branch Distillery. Finishing the bourbon in Spanish Oloroso sherry casks gives this new expression an exceptionally smooth finish with a depth of flavor, including notes of roasted pecans with dried plums and raisins.
Virginia Distillery Port Cask Finished Virginia-Highland WhiskyPort Cask Finished Virginia-Highland Whisky is made from 100% malted barley and showcases both Old World and New World whisky-making. Virginia Distillery Company marries whisky made on-site in Virginia with whisky from Scotland. Cask finishing in port-style wine casks sourced primarily from Virginia adds depth and complexity. On the nose, dried fruit and raisins are evident, along with vanilla and barrel spice. The palate displays hints of toffee, cocoa and toasted oak with a soft finish.