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Siete Pasos El Figura 2017Created 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. This wine is a blend of tempranillo and garnacha. Fermentation in stainless steel tanks at a controlled temperature with pump overs to extract the color and aromatic components. The resulting wine is clean and bright. The wine pours a cherry red color with a youthful violet rim. It is fresh, fruity and intense, with pleasant tannin.
Dieu Donné Vineyards Cabernet/Shiraz 2016Dieu Donné Vineyards was acquired by Robert Maingard in 1987 in search of his French roots in South Africa. The estate is high on the steep south-west facing slopes of the Franschhoek Mountains. Thanks to our cool summer conditions and unique soils from weathered granite with a rocky topsoil, called ‘Greywack’, the vines do not show excessive vigor, nor do they over-produce. Dieu Donné’s wine-maker, Stephan du Toit, is one of the few South-African wine-makers with the distinction of being a Cape Wine Master. He is a graduate of Elsenburg Agricultural College. This wine is a soft, smooth new-world blend, with fruity black plum flavors from the Cabernet Sauvignon and a hint of pepper from the Shiraz grapes.
Château Val de Roc Bordeaux Superior 2015Val de Roc is the passion project of Laurent Valley, head viticulturist of St Emilion’s famed château Ausone. The sloping 5 ha Vineyard is located northwest of the famed village of Saint Ann mill on Bordeaux’s Right Bank and is primarily planted to merlot. Laurent combines a native’s understanding of Bordeaux’s Right Bank with a deep expertise from his work with Château Ausone. The combination of Ausone’s pedigree and Bordeaux’s exceptional 2015 vintage make for an outstanding value. This wine is a blend of 70% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Sauvignon and 10% Cabernet Franc. Average age of the vines is 30 years old, and they grow in clay soils with chalky Limestone. Traditional vinification takes place over 30 days in a stainless steel followed by 18 months in French oak barrels. “A bright and fruity wine showing the balance and ripeness of the vintage. Medium body, fine tannins.” – James Suckling, 90-91 points
Giacomo Vico Roero Arneis 2016The 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 great-grandsons have completely modernized and renovated the original facility with Alessandro taking the lead. This wine is 100% from vineyards in the municipalities of Castellinaldo, Vezza d’Alba e Canale. The wine ferments in stainless steel off the lees. The wine pours a straw yellow with greenish undertones. It has a delicate, fresh fruity nose. It has a bright and herbaceous flavor, dry and elegant on the palate.
The Californian Vintager Chardonnay 2012This elegant, barrel-aged Chardonnay is produced from hand-harvested grapes grown in the gravelly soils of the Knights Valley. This wine is full-bodied yet balanced wine with well-integrated oak and a long-finish. Notes of crisp apple, blood orange, vanilla and well-balanced fruit leave a lingering smooth finish on the palate.
Hentley Farm Rose 2016A blend of 93% grenache and 7% shiraz. The fruit for this wine was predominantly sourced from a block on the Eastern facing slope of the estate vineyard, looking back down the valley created by Greenock Creek. The balance was sourced from a neighboring Western Barossa vineyard. Soils are shallow red-brown clay loams over shattered limestone. Rose petals and candied red fruits combine with a hint a Sage leaf to create an expressive nose. The palate is all red fruits with a perfect balance of sugar and acid. This is classic Barossa Rosé style and is jam-packed with fruit intensity while still finishing dry.
Domaine Belle Crozes-Hermitage Cuvee Louis Belle 2015This estate has always been a family holding, passed on from generation to generation since the late 1700s, promoting the special Larnage terroir with its white clays, often called ‘Les Terres Blanches’. The estate has slowly grown to its present size of 25 hectares (about 62 acres) over six communes (Larnage, Crozes-Hermitage, Tain l’Hermitage, Pont de l’Isère, Mercurol and Tournon), three appellations (Crozes-Hermitage, Hermitage, Saint Joseph). This wine, made from 100% syrah, comes from vines on average 40-years-old. Vineyards are sustainably farmed with the aim to convert to full organic certification. Fermentation takes place in stainless steel for four weeks. The wine then ages for 18 months in oak (15% new). 94 Points – Jeb Dunnuck “I also loved the 2015 Cuvee Louis Belle which saw a traditional vinification followed by 20 months in French oak. Blackberry, currants, blueberries, violets and hints of black pepper give way to a rich, expansive, opulent Syrah that has sweet tannin and a great finish. Give it a few years of bottle age and enjoy over the following decade or more.” – September 2017
Mosse Anjou Blanc Rouchefer 2017Soil: sloped parcel with clay and gravel on schist, with pebbles and quartz at bottom. Vines: 1.66 hectares of 35 year old wines. South-West exposition. Vinification: Alcoholic and malolactic fermentation in barrel. Aged in barrel for 12 months Taste: complex aromas of pear, lime-flower, mint, citrus and stone, with a dense and very mineral palate and fabulous length.
Mosse Les Gros Grolleau Noir 2017This is an all around fun and unique wine, with a vibrant nose, loss of character, and very light body. There's a bit of natural co2 tingle, which seems to serve the wine by lifting the bright fruit and preserving the freshness, a touch of pepper and long mineral finish. We recommend a light chill and an open mind.
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
Château-de-Birot Cotes De Bordeaux 2014Located near Cadillac, on the right bank of the Garonne, Château Birot has been making wine with for over 200 years. Built during the second half of the 18th century for the important Bordeaux wine merchant Monsieur de Parouty, the estate was purchased in 1989 by Eric and Hélène Fournier-Casteja, both of whom hail from winemaking families throughout Sauternes and Saint-Émilion. Particular attention and care is given to the vineyard to control yields in order to ensure each grape the best possible development. The deliberate choice to maintain hedgerows among the parcels of vines at Château Birot is to reinforce protection for the local ecosystem, as well as to favor the reworking of soils that naturally protect against fungal diseases. This is a blend of Merlot (87%) and Cabernet Sauvignon (13%). Fermentation takes place in stainless steel. The wine ages for 18 months in a combination of barrels and concrete vats. "Rich blackberry and black-currant flavors give this wine its ripe character. They are already well balanced by the spicy tannins and dry core. The wine will develop well and should be ready from 2019."
Mayacamas Mt. Veeder Chardonnay 2016The 2016 vintage of Mayacamas Chardonnay-our team's fourth as winemakers-continues the legacy of fresh and powerful mountain chardonnay. Aromas of Meyer lemon, river rock, vanilla bean, and honeysuckle highlight the nose. On the palate, the wine strikes a balance of richness and focus-mouthwatering acidity and flinty minerality lead into flavors of lemon curd, almond and passion fruit.
Liquid Farm SBC Pinot Noir 2017This Pinot Noir exhibits the grace and elegance that draws many winemakers to the Sta Rita Hills. Aroma: Dried cranberry, fruit leather, fresh parsley, and tea leaves leap from the glass. Mouth Feel: On the palate, the wine is both energetic and sophisticated with great intensity and depth of flavor. The finish is long and savory, keeping you wanting to come back for another sip. Look for this wine to age well over the next decade.
Maison Idiart Nicolas Idiart Sancerre Rouge 2016Tasting Notes: A wine with attractive smoky and red fruit flavors and a touch of tannin. It has a good structure as well, reflecting wood aging as well as fine dry fruit and herbs. As a young wine, it can be served cool (14° Celsius) by itself, or with charcuterie platters, white meet and fun barbecue. This Pinot Noir is produced with 25 years old vines. 100% percent of these vines are planted on Chalky soil. These vines are cultivated in a well thought out manner which provides a maximum of respect for the ecosystem and the environment.
Town Branch BourbonAged in new, #4 charred white oak barrels Town Branch is infused with a golden amber honey color, which is an inviting introduction to this masterfully crafted bourbon. Pleasant woody and oaky aromas lead into caramel, toffee, brown sugar, and hints of cherry. The lavish and complex flavors are smooth and sweet with a gentle warming leading to a long finish. Named for the Town Branch waterway upon which Lexington was founded and once was the site of much bourbon production, Town Branch® Bourbon celebrates Lexington’s rich distilling history.
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.
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.
High West Distillery American Prairie BourbonA complex and delicious blend of straight bourbons at a great price that supports a great cause. Nose: Light caramel and sweet vanilla. Taste: Rich and earthy on the palate with well balanced flavors of candy corn, honey nougat and sweet corn bread biscuits. Finish: Vanilla with a hint of caramel apple. How to Enjoy: Neat, on ice and great in cocktails. High West is dedicated to preserving and promoting the American West. American Prairie is a superb premium bourbon whiskey dedicated to one of the greatest land preservation projects of our time. The American Prairie Reserve in Montana is a 5000 Square mile land tract the size of Connecticut restored to what Lewis and Clark would have seen. High West will donate 10% of after tax profits from each bottle to the American Prairie Foundation.
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.
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.
High West Distillery Double Rye!Marriage of two straight rye whiskies that combines the feisty properties of a high rye 2-year-old and the saddle smooth richness of a 16-year-old. The 2-year-old has a 95% rye 5% barley malt mashbill. The older rye has a "barely legal" rye mashbill of 53% rye and 37% corn. The extra age and corn provides some extra sweetness to calm the "bite" of the younger rye for a relationship that works. Thanks to its balance of cinnamon, anise, and honey, DOUBLE RYE!™ is great served neat, with a little water, or on the rocks. And its spirited flavor fortifies classic cocktails like the Manhattan and Old Fashioned. We recommend it for most occasions - sipping it in solitude by a campfire, savoring with favorite old friends, or sharing it with a good-looking stranger.
Larceny Very Special Small Batch Kentucky Bourbon WhiskeyLarceny was hand selected by the Master Distillers to have a taste profile of a six-year-old Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey. Made with wheat as the secondary grain, instead of the traditional rye, Larceny is a smoother tasting Bourbon. Color:Bright new copper Aroma:Fresh bread and toffee, with a note of butterscotch Taste:Buttery caramel and honeyed notes, with a rich mouthfeel Finish:Long, gently sweet and savory