It’s still time for a Rose! This organic farming Llopart Rose has a pale cherry colour with light copper tones. Highly bright. A well developed bubbles, small and constant. It has a complex bouquet of aging, harmonized with elegant wild fruits shade and delicate tanins. In mouth it comes in powerful and right point of acidity. It keeps a perfect balance until the end of its permanence in the palate. Great for this time of weather.
Located in the Mâconnais region in France, the vines grow in clay, limestone, and fossilized seashells, appearing in the wine as an enticing minerality underneath the vibrant fruit. Fragrant notes of white lilies, acacia, green apples, and white peaches make this a perfect partner to a Fall weather sip!
This Cava is part of the presentation at tonight’s seminar with winemaker Jessie Llopart. It’s an attactive brightpale goldcolor. Fine and constant bubbles. Clean aroma which is dominated by the primary aromas of the fruit. Soft and fresh on the palate. Lingering acidity with hints of white fruits. Nice creaminess and a long aftertaste.
The Barossa Valley confronted one of the earliest and smallest vintages in 2013, but quality was outstanding. Dry conditions, coupled with warm to hot weather and variable yield levels forced the growers to manage their blocks carefully, especially with regards to soil moisture and subsequent irrigation. Rainfall in 2012 was the fifth driest on record. A cooler than average January followed by a warm February hastened the ripening process in the vineyard, leading to an early harvest. Despite low yields, quality is strong across the board with reds showing intense flavors, good color and firm tannins. This Shiraz spends six months’ aging in stainless steel tanks with French oak innerstaves before bottling. The color is deep midnight black with a squid ink hue. An expressive and powerful notes of dark and exotic berries leads to a full-bodied wine that has a palate of dark and rich chocolates, traces of tar, leather and spice, with a core of supple, yet immense, fruit-driven characteristics, with a flavor-wrapped finish towards the end of the palate. This wine is part of the seninmar tonight with winemaker Allan Robb Hickinbotham.
An Old special selected vineyards. Harvested by hand. Aged in oak barrels. Racking to oak vats where the wine stays quiet until the moment of the fining and stabilisation. Deep red colour with purple tints. Extremely complex bouquet if ripe black and red berry fruits together with spices, liquorice, vanilla, eucalyptus, coffee, plum compotes and toasty notes. Full-bodied, powerful, elegant, with a long, long finish with sweet and tasty flavours coming through at the end.
This wine will be part of the Seminar on September 16th. You will be able to taste it!
The philosophy behind this red wine is the desire to obtain a unique wine of its kind from old vines which can transmit new sensations; this objective was achieved thanks to concentrating on the quality of the grape, the vintage time and the vinification phase. The complexity of the bouquet, dominated by wild berries, is the first pleasurable impact, rounded off by the perfect harmony of the full, robust body.
This wine is produced from the premsal grape vineyards in the Felanitx region, where the nature of the soil locally known as “call vermell” provides the unique character and balance of the fruit. Production is on a small scale and the grapes are carefully selected before they are submitted to a medium aging (crianza) process which provides a fresh tasting finish. The grapes are harvested entirely by hand, then individually selected, followed by soft pressing and careful racking. Aged and fermented 50% in French casks and 50% in cement tanks.