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Vaucluse NSW 2030
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The Alicante Bouschet is a French grape variety, made in 1855 by Henri Bouschet in Montpellier. It results from the crossing of Petit Bouschet with Grenache. Now widely ripped for its rustic character, it was very common in the south of France. Worked with small yields, it can express a great originality and a nice tannic power.
Very dark and opulent nose of black pepper, dark cherries, dried herbs, toast. The palate is rich but soft and balanced with aromas of juicy dark berries, chocolate, coffee, herbs and spices. Lovely tannin structure and very long length.
“Francois Lumpp embodies exactly what we have always looked for in Burgundy: a true vigneron in a specific village. Every wine François makes is from Givry, from vineyards that he planted and nurtured himself–something that is exceedingly rare in Burgundy today, and will become more and more so over time. An acknowledged leader of the appellation, his greatest achievement is harnessing the finesse we look for in Burgundian Pinot Noir—le Pinot fin" – Kermit Lynch – US legendary importer
60% Pinot Noir, 40% Pinot Meunier from Premier Cru vineyards in Hautvillers
Aromas of fresh crushed grapes and stewed red strawberries and raspberries.
Aged on lees for 4 years, a complex and heady champagne.
45% Pinot Noir, 45% Pinot Meunier, 10% Chardonnay
Aged 36 months on lees
90% Black grapes delivers a full, ripe, vinous style of champagne. A crisp explosion of white summer fruits with a hint of wheat, chalk and wet stone. Perfect as an aperitif!
Rub your eyes..its not a dream. Quality Champagne for only $34.90 per bottle! Gouet Henry is a hand crafted classic blend of Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay. Wows the crowds!
94 Points Bottled as a single blend in 2012, this has a fine, peppery edge to
the nose with elegant dark-chocolate aromas ahead of brambly dark plums and
black-cherry fruits. There's a wealth of richness and power here, and it's so
layered and dense. A wine that shows a smooth build of fine and even tannin.
The gentle pepperiness cracks into the finish, where there's another warm dark
chocolate afterglow. This spent 36 months in oak, of which 50% was new. Best
from 2018 and for at least a decade afterward. James Suckling
95 Points Guigal’s 2015 Condrieu is
a blockbuster that, if not for its big brother, would be one of the wines of
the vintage. Aged in one-third new barrels and two-thirds in tank, it’s a rich,
unctuous, thrillingly textured beauty that has plenty of orange blossom, flower
oil, tangerine and peach. Fruit-loaded, with just a touch of minerality, it
should be drunk over the coming 2-4 years. Robert Parkers Wine Advocate
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