Concha y Toro Tasting Note: The Don Melchor 2004 has aromas of black fruits, spice and slight herbal notes. The palate is medium-bodied with lots of depth and concentration, ripe tannins and a smooth finish. Food Pairing: This concentrated red wine will go beautifully with roast red meats, charcuterie or hard cheese. Details Country: Chile Region: Maipo Grape variety: Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc Vintage: 2004 Bottle size: 600cl Closure: Cork Regrettably, this product is non-exportable This bodega was founded in 1883 by Don Melchor de Concha y Toro and his wife Dona Emiliana, who cultivated their wine from vines imported from Bordeaux. The first vineyards were established in the Maipo Valley, protected by the Andes Mountains and the Pacific Ocean, providing an ideal environment for viticulture. Today, Concha y Toro own vineyards from Limari in the north to Bio Bio in the south. Still a family-controlled company, Concha y Toro displays continued commitment to development, modernisation and furthering the art of making great wine.
Le Moine Tasting Note: This Grand Cru has complex fresh aromas of strawberries and redcurrants followed by more earthy, spicy notes. The velvety palate is medium bodied with great fruit intensity and a long elegant finish. Food Pairing: The Clos St Denis would be a great match for roasted red meats in a rich sauce. Details Country: France Region: Morey Saint-Denis Grape variety: Pinot Noir Vintage: 2007 Bottle size: 600cl Closure: Cork Regrettably, this product is non-returnable and non-exportable. Committed to producing wines of exceptional purity, which are an accurate and focused expression of its origin - that unique quality the French call "terroir". Lucien Le Moine are a negociant of Grand Crus wines based in Beaune, founded in 1999 by Rotem Brakin and Mounir Saouma who were attracted by the possibility of crafting Pinot Noir and Chardonnay wines, and stayed because they discovered "La Côte d'Or" and the charms of Burgundy. Much involved in the decisions regarding the wine before it reaches their barrels, the pair are meticulous and patient in the care of their product and in doing so achieve exceptional results.
Clos de Tart Hailing from the largest Grand Cru classified property in Burgundy, Clos de Tart's 2008 vintage hails from a single plot of land in the Côte de Nuits. Tasting Note: A rich, yet youthful, Pinot Noir with glorious red berries on the palate, this wine will cellar beautifully for 10+ years. Food Pairing: This rich Pinot Noir pairs perfectly with lamb and venison. Details Country: France Region: Burgundy Grape variety: Pinot Noir Vintage: 2008 Bottle size: 75cl Closure: Cork Regrettably, this product is non-exportable
Lafite Tasting Note: The 2003 Lafite is dense with notes of liquorice, cassis, and hints of smoke. The palate is rich and opulent with intense flavours, and a long finish. Details Country: France Region: Bordeaux Grape variety: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc Vintage: 2003 Bottle size: 75cl Closure: Cork Regrettably, this product is non-exportable Château Lafite was purchased by Baron James de Rothschild in 1868, and has been in the family ever since. It was one of the original four First Growths classified in the Exposition Universelle de Paris of 1855.
Mouton Rothschild Tasting Note: This wine has an attractive, vivacious garnet red colour. The nose is highly expressive, rich and complex, opening on red fruit, blackcurrant and black cherry, mingled with smoke, coffee, incense and vanilla. The finish, powerful, explosive and superbly textured, is characteristic of the very finest Mouton vintages. Food Pairing: Beef, Lamb, Charcuterie Details Country: France Region: Bordeaux Grape variety: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc Vintage: 2000 Alcohol: 13% Bottle size: 75cl Closure: Cork Regrettably, this product is non-returnable and non-exportable. Château Mouton Rothschild offers a magical combination of high-quality soil, optimum climate and the devotion of one man, Baron Phillippe de Rothschild.
DROUHIN Tasting Note: An intense and fresh nose emanates from the glass, with red fruit notes dominating, layered by hints of liquorice and smoky tones. Food Pairing: This superb red Burgundy would be a great match for Lamb, Game, or Pork. Details Country: France Region: Burgundy Grape variety: Pinot Noir Vintage: 2007 Bottle size: 3l Closure: Cork Regrettably, this product is non-returnable and non-exportable. For the past 130 years, Maison Drouhin has been in the hands of the Drouhin family. The domain was assembled piece-by-piece over the years and currently boasts 73 hectares of vineyards spread over Burgundy. Today, the fourth generation is at the helm, which comprises Joseph's four grandchildren, who acquired vast knowledge and skill with their father Robert Drouhin at their side.
Billecart-Salmon Tasting Note: Featuring production secrets originating from Billecart-Salmon's first generation, this stunning, flagship rose unveils subtle aromas and an elegant bouquet with fine notes of red fruit. A light, elegant palate offering toast and red fruit meets a long fresh finish. Food Pairing: This beautiful rosé Champagne is a great match for poultry, smoked fish, or even creamy fish dishes. Details Country: France Region: Champagne Grape variety: Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier Vintage: NV Bottle size: 300cl Closure: Cork Regrettably, this product is non-exportable. The story of Billecart-Salmon began in 1818, with the wedding of Nicholas François Billecart and Elisabeth Salmon. From this union the prestigious Champagne house was born and today it is one of the few remaining houses still owned by its founding family. Two hundred years later, the seventh generation manages Billecart-Salmon according to its original philosophy which is best summarised in three words: finesse, balance and elegance.