This Beaujolais-Villages comes from the North of Beaujolais. It is organic certified. This cuvée is vinified naturally, carefully fermented using native yeasts. Perfect as an aperitif. To pair with white meat or as a dessert with seasonal pies.
Light and ruby red color of moderate intensity. Fine, intense and vinous bouquet with sensations of red fruit and delicate spicy notes. Dry, smooth and harmonious taste, enriched by tannin notes with a slighty bitter finish.
La Kiuva is committed to giving value to the terroir and the indigenous grape variety (Nebbiolo, known as Picotendro). Members were encouraged to take over old, abandoned vineyards in the best areas in order to produce authentic and sustainable wines.
A true second label from Holloran. Extraordinary value. Organic.
The Stafford Hill Pinot Noir is primarily sourced from Le Chenaie vineyard located, in the Eola-Amity Hills AVA near Salem, OR. In addition, de-classified lots from Holloran's other single vineyard sites in Dundee Hills, La Pavillion and Ana, are also used.
Illahe Vineyards Willamette Valley Pinot Noir begin with strawberry, tamarind, and blackberry then broaden along the palate to include chalk, tobacco leaf, chocolate, and earth. The acid supports a complete yet not overwhelming tannin balanced between skin and oak. The wine retains its velvet mouthfeel through a process of clarification by racking. For an entry level pinot, this wine is a great value and will last 6 to 12 years under the best conditions.
The perfect balance between a fleshy and angular, high-toned wine. Ripe red berry fruits on the palate with mellowing watermelon notes on the mid-palate lead to a tart finish with a quenching crunch. Serve chilled.
Vigna “der Keil” (monopole) at an altitude of 250 m above sea level; south-facing sites overlooking the Lake of Kaltern, among the warmest in all South Tyrol. The old vines are pergola-trained and grown in sandyclay soils rich in calcium carbonate.
The Trois Cepages, as the name suggests, is a blend of three grapes. It has been produced since the winery’s inaugural vintage, in 2012. At the time, the decision was made to vinify all of their red grapes together, thereby creating this blend of Pinot Noir (60%), Trousseau (35%) and Poulsard (5%).
The vineyards for Trois Cepages are all located in the village of Montigny-les-Arsures. The geology of the soils are composed of predominatly grey and black marls, partially covered with fallen rocks. The vineyards broadly face West, at an altitude between 300 and 400 meters. Elevage is in Burgundy barrels (50%) and foudre.