85% Sauvignon Blanc, 10% Semillon, 5% Muscadelle
A lovely, mellow Sauvignon Blanc it expresses a
restrained acidity and light aromatics making it a flexible pairing wine,
especially with seafood and lighter dishes.
85% Merlot , 15% Cabernet Sauvignon
This red exhibits a wonderful combination of good fruit,
tannin and acidity without overpowering your meal. Notes of plums, cherries and
blackberries. A versatile companion to both red and white meats, as well as
Intense ruby color,strawberries, redcurrants, bilberries. Smooth and
well- balanced on the palate.A soft, fruity wine. Grenache, Syrah and
Domaine Fournier Sauvignon is a dry, fresh white wine with a powerful aroma. It has a particular flavor originating from a mix of currant bushes in buds, grapes of table and passion fruits.Suggested dishes: It accompanies perfectly oysters, seafood, the pork-butcheries such as the “rillettes” or goat's milk cheese.
of citrus, apple and acacia. quite rich, full of character, with a long finish.
The Chateau de Pizay is one of the oldest and most famous estates of
the Beaujolais region. Since the Middle Ages the fine wines of the Château de
Pizay have been
appreciated by Beaujolais-lovers.
Morgon is a lush wine full of berries and tropical
notes. Ripe stoned fruit, cherries, peach and kirsch. A smooth palate with lots
of fruit and powerful tannins.
91 Points -- Wine
Enthusiast Vine age: 45 years
100% Roussanne. Subtle aromas of acacia, beeswax, quince, almonds, honey and white peach. Clean, smooth and refreshing. Swirls of orange blossom and vanilla introduce this richly textured Roussanne. Soft, honeyed flavors of tangerine and pear are broad and expansive on the palate, accented by hints of earth and sunny lemon acidity. Drink now through 2021.Great with exotic foods using interesting spices.
Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier, Syrah,
A rare blend of "Blancs de Noirs" (white juice from 70% black
grapes) bringing elegance, freshness and finesse. A fruity, red berry (currant)
This 148 acre property is situated in Begadan, one of the
top villages of the Northern Medoc. Part
of the original classification of Crus Bourgeois in 1932, it has been owned by
the Bibey family since 1970. It is now managed by the dynamic young winemaker,
Jerome Bibey. Passionate about his work, he employs only sustainable
agriculture practices in the vineyard.
It is planted with 51% Merlot, 42% Cabernet Sauvignon, 3%
Cabernet Franc, 3% Petit Verdot with an average age of 30 years. The soil
combines clay limestone and the classic Medoc gravel.
100% Pinot Noir
A smooth, dry rose with a
delicate salmon pink color. Fine, long-lasting mousse, strawberry and raspberry
aromas. Fruity, creamy and refreshing.
color. The nose reveals evident concentration along with a distinctive
expression of ripe fresh and dried yellow peach and yellow plum and toasted
highlights. The wine is restrained on attack, opening slowly and offering dried
yellow fruits and toast along with a well-balanced structure. Full-bodied, this
white Burgundy has moderate richness and a final buttery note. 90 pts W.S.
Very pure and chiseled, with gooseberry, straw and flint flavors tightly
coiled, driven by a mouthwatering fleur de sel note through the long, bone-dry
finish, which is built on minerality.Press 92 Points Wine
SpectatorTop 20 Sauvignon Blancs Decanter
Grenache, Syrah, Mourvedre, Cinsault
Nearly dense very dark garnet with purple rim. The warm, generous aroma
displays mature black cherry with a suggestion of jam and spice. In the mouth,
this Gigondas is far more restrained and less expressive at this stage. The
moderately full taste is not dense and offers underlying ripe black cherry
matched by notable acidity and ripe tannin which come up at the conclusion.
Grenache, 25% Syrah and 5% Counoise with an average age of over 30 years. Very approachable with ripe fruit on nose. Spicy
flavors of pepper and ripe
cherries on the palate. A classic with steaks, barbecues, cheeses and hearty dishes.
80% Merlot, 10% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Cabernet Franc
Deep, black fruit aromas on the nose with a touch of
sweet cherries. The palate is tender and soft with ripe fruit. The finish is
fresh and elegant. Clearly a wine with excellent aging potential.
This is a Dom that shows the ripeness of the 2009 vintage yet remains full of energy. Gorgeous aromas of cream, apple, mango, honeysuckle, and chalk follow through to a full body and super fine, tight texture. Dense and agile. Vinous. It’s like a top grand cru white Burgundy. Think Batard-Montrachet. 97 Point James Suckling
Robert Parker 97-99 Point