- Le Pas St Martin Le Vie en Rose;
- Cérvoles Garnatxa 2018;
- Espera Castelão 2018;
- Erste Neue Lagrein 2019;
- Saint Cosme Crozes Hermitage 2019;
- Chateau Croix d’Allons Bandol 2018;
Le Pas St Martin Le Vie en Rose
The Loire’s happiest bubbles that are equally raspberry as they are strawberry. Ancient grape Grolleau Noir and produced in the Ancestrale method (meaning low alcohol and a bit savory) makes the perfect pick-me-up for a rainy Sunday or with apps or dessert.
Cérvoles Garnatxa 2018
A youthful wine that tastes like red fruit and candy. Made with whole bunches and aged in large French oak ‘Tonneau’, 4,000L barrel. The elevation of the vineyards and the temperature contrast in Garrigues region enables grape skins to concentrate on anthocyanins, and facilitate tannin development and results in a silky, textural, brilliant wine.
Espera Castelão 2018
It has a bright ruby color, fresh on the nose with well-blended cherry notes with notes of gunpowder and smoke, well-defined red fruit. Elegant, intense, and appetizing on the palate, medium body and vibrant with a long finish.
Erste Neue Lagrein 2019
From the dolomites in Alto Adige comes ripe cherry, bramble, blackberry and a whiff of sweetness. Soft, yet gripping tannins with bright acidity, this is a rustic gem of a wine and a fantastic bottle to try if you like Syrah blends or the fun reds of the Languedoc-Roussillon.
Saint Cosme Crozes Hermitage 2019
Classic Rhone Syrah that has elegant layers of florals, black fruits, smoked bacon, black peppercorn, and incense. Blueberries, black cherries and black olives all mingle in the Saint Cosme’s 2019 Crozes Hermitage. It’s a vibrant, showy, brilliant wine.
Chateau Croix d’Allons Bandol 2018
Bandol is 90% Mourvèdre & 10% Grenache, Rouge de Bandol expresses its true nature on a mineral backbone. It blooms with amazing accents of Havana tobacco, leather, morello cherries, beef jerky and rosemary accents. Gorgeous, expressive and super delicious.