Bonnezeaux wines rank amongst the most respected sweet wines of the Loire – and even all of France. They are made exclusively from Chenin Blanc (known here as Pineau de la Loire) and harvested in tries successives. In the bouquet a lot of apricots, honey and botrytis. On the palate orange, caramel, coffee, nougat, a lot of concentrated sweetness, but also beautiful fresh acidity. Beautiful and harmonious wine. Ready now and the next few years.
Pinot Noir is the red wine grape of Burgundy, now adopted (and feverishly studied) in wine regions all over the world. The variety's elusive charm has carried it to all manner of vineyards, from western Germany and northern Italy to Chile, South Africa, Australia and, perhaps most notably, California, Oregon andNew Zealand. It is the patriarch of the Pinot family of grape varieties – so called because their bunches are similar in shape to a pine cone (pinot in French).
Nose of red fruits is paired with some dusty notes of an Old World style. With hints of spice and redcurrant, there is no evident oak and gentle savoury edges. The palate is still tightly structured, with almost tart red fruits. Plenty of grippy tannins means it will go for the long haul in the cellar.
Deep dark red. Spices and mature red fruits. Round tannins with powerful complexity. A rich unctuous wine with notes of mature plums, hazelnuts and red fruits. Very rich wine full of harmony and balance.
Perfumed, quite elegant compared to the pommard but with some funkiness. White pepper spice here for me as well. In the mouth there is spiced red berries with medium plus intensity acid. Nice but short.
Bordeaux Pauillac wines are rich and concentrated, full-bodied reds with grippy tannins, and characteristic notes of cassis, cedar and cigar box spice. The best examples come from blends with a base of high-quality Cabernet Sauvignon and are often considered the quintessential example of a Bordeaux wine.Pauillac, in Bordeaux's Left Bank Médoc region, boasts well-draining gravel soils, which in turn translates to higher quality wines; and those from Pauillac age extremely well. Three of the five first-growths from the 1855 classification of the Médoc are situated in Pauillac: Lafite, Latour, and Mouton-Rothschild.
This is above average in popularity for wines from Sancerre. This wine has been becoming increasingly popular over the past year.A diverse array of wines are made by this producer including those from grapes Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Cabernet Franc, Gamay, Grolleau Noir, Folle Blanche, Melon de Bourgogne, Merlot, Cabernet Franc - Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Rare White Blend, and Chenin Blanc.
Burgundy, Chablis 1er Cru,100% Chardonnay, This wine has a floral and spicy mineral aftertaste. It can be combined with lettuce,seafood,white fish,mild taste vegetarian dishes,sushi,pizza and light pasta dishes.Suitable for soft white mold not intense cheese.