“Rum Barceló Imperial is distilled from fermented molasses and represents a blend of rums aged up to 6 years in used whisky and bourbon barrels.
Bottled at 38% alcohol by volume, it presents buttery toffee, dried fruit and delicate floral aromas, with a copper colour. A lively entry leads to a...” read »
“TASTING NOTES OF 2014 Domaines Ott Château de Selle Coeur de Grain Rosé:
- View: pale pink, golden highlights.
- Nose: fine nose of peach, lemon. Notes of cinnamon and vanilla.
- Mouth: Round and fresh mouth.
APPELLATION: Côtes de Provence.
VINEYARD: Domaines Ott
GRAPES: 50% Grenache, 30%...” read »
“Delicately vinous with a lime and vine blossom attack, fine, well balanced and great length.
Moët et Chandon is the leading vine-grower in Champagne, France, with the most extensive vineyards, an inheritance of fundamental importance in the constitution of its 'assemblages' (blends)....” read »
“1er Cru Classé in 1855 Vineyard is located Fargues on a gravel crest close to Yquem. Domaines Rothschild (Lafite) have managed its development. Rieussec is undoubtedly one of the leaders of Sauternes. The wines are powerful and rich, characterized by very tasty roasted notes. Rieussec is...” read »
Chalk dust, almond and a touch of peach emerging after some time in glass; fresh with good weight and good level of botrytis, notes of honey and quince with good fresh acidity and a floral, peachy finish
VINEYARD: Château Guiraud” read »
“Château Suduiraut is now widely recognized as one of the best wines of Sauternes with a qualitative approach taken to the extreme. Suduiraut castle comes from a selection of the most prestigious terroirs. This great wine of remarkable longevity, harmony and power combines with aromas of flowers,...” read »
“Moet Chandon Champagne Brut, Magnum
CONTENTS: 1,5lJean-Rémy Moët, founder of Moët Chandon, the first international luxury brand - believed in the incorruptible power and the seductive effect of champagne. He had set itself the goal 'in its most luxurious form of champagne' offer. This vision...” read »
Big, sweet nose of licorice, dried herbs, smoke, black currants, and blackberries; beautifully textured, medium to full-bodied, opulent, and forward, juicy, succulent and seductive
VINEYARD: Château Monbousquet” read »
Damp earth, wood smoke, black cherries, cassis, and an exotic Asian spice character; formidably endowed and broodingly tannic, with noticeable acidity and a structured, nearly impenetrable mouthfeel
VINEYARD: Château Calon-Ségur” read »
Provocative perfume of crushed rocks, flowers, cassis, black raspberries, and blueberries; continues to add weight and richness, good traits considering the substantial, forbiddingly high tannin levels and zesty acidity
VINEYARD: Château Montrose” read »
Compelling perfume of black fruits, subtle smoke, pain grille, incense, and flowers; extraordinary richness, full body, and remarkable freshness, elegance, and persistence
VINEYARD: Château Cos d'Estournel” read »
Melted chocolate, licorice, graphite, espresso roast, and copious quantities of black cherries and blackberries; pure, layered, and full-bodied, with gorgeous integration of acidity, tannin, alcohol, and wood
VINEYARD: Château de Valandraud” read »
Classic Mouton perfume of creme de cassis, flowers, blueberries, and only a hint of oak; full-bodied, powerful with extraordinary purity and clarity
VINEYARD: Château Mouton-Rothschild” read »
“In 1863, Baron Nathaniel Rothschild bought and changed from Château Mouton Pauillac to Château Mouton Rothschild.
Until 1922 the Château sofer some rough times, that only stopped when Philippe de Rothschild took charge and in 1924 had his first successful inhouse bottling.
Château Mouton arrived...” read »
Extraordinary bouquet of spring flowers, blueberries, black raspberries, creme de cassis, licorice, and only a subtle touch of toasty oak; full-bodied, but light on its feet because of the silky tannins with beautiful purity, length, and nobility
VINEYARD: Château Margaux” read »