Decanter 90 “This new rosé interpretation by Famiglia Pasqua is a masterly blend created from noble native grape varietals, Corvina and Trebbiano di Lugana, together with the more international Syrah and Carmenère.”DM Rosé Vinification The new rosé interpretation by Famiglia Pasqua is a fine
James Suckling 93 -This is a beauty with orange rind, citrus, blueberries, slate and other minerals. The vibrancy also comes out on the palate, which is finely carved out with precise tannins and well delineated acidity. Drink now. Finca SOPHENIA is an argentine winery recognized as one of the
Fruit for this bottling was sourced from three different vineyards to the eastern edge in the Santa Ynez Valley in the AVA Happy Canyon. The fruit was picked on the early side, whole cluster pressed into tank and then fermented in both stainless steel and in neutral barrels. After fermentation, all
This 100% Mourvedre is aged over one year in oak. Mark Adams, former wine maker from Saxum, has created a fully expressive California Mourvedre- big, bold, juicy, earthy, dense. Undeniably Paso and more than typical of Ledge's superior quality.-Winery Notes
Grape: Yakut, the favourite red wine of Turkey, is produced from "Öküzgözü", "Boğazkere", "Alicante" and "Carignan" grapes carefully selected from the best vineyards of Eastern Anatolia and Aegean Regions. Tasting notes: Yakut is a distinctive red wine with rich aroma character very well
Wine Enthusiast 88 " Produced from old vines on the Chatelard estate, this wine is smooth, ripe and full of vibrant red fruits. There is a good balance between acidity and rich fruit with just a light core of tannins in the background. Drink now." " Château du Châtelard is situated in the heart
Limited Release! The timeless and inspiring KRIS labels emphasize the role of the sun in ripening the grapes to perfection, the human hand in crafting the wine, and the lips that savor the wine. Riccardo Schweizer, a native of Alto Adige, studied cubism in Paris under Pablo Picasso and Joan Miró.
Trittenheim’s finest individual vineyard site, Apotheke, lies on the right bank of the Mosel, opposite the village of Trittenheim. Although Apotheke literally means pharmacy, the vineyard’s name does not refer to medicinal/healthful properties of its wines, but rather derives from a foundation