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NV Jerez de la Frontera Fino 'El Aljibe' Bodegas Poniente

please inquire about availability
$70.00

NV Montilla-Moriles Fino Amontillado "85" Equipo Navazos

The full name, "Fino que va para Amontillado" means Fino on its way to becoming Amontillado. The Style "Fino-Amontillado " is unofficial and unregulated, but that is essentially what we have here.
$84.00

NV Sanlucar Manzanilla "Arboledilla" Barbadillo 2-bottle combo set

[from the importer] "This extraordinary combo pack presents two different expressions of the same wine (Manzanilla Solear) of the same age selected from botas situated at opposite ends of the same bodega: Arboledilla, a magical site and a living symbol of the old Jerez. Two hundred meters are sufficient to foster entirely different microbiological activity and mark the wines with a completely different character." Includes 2x 750ml bottles, 1 each "Levante" & "Poniente".
$60.00

NV VdF [Vezelay] Melon La Soeur Cadette

"In the village of Saint-Père, along a little creek to the southeast of Vézelay in Burgundy, a quiet, peaceful revolution is taking place. This part of Burgundy has been producing wines for centuries, but estate bottling still represents a relatively recent phenomenon here. In fact, when Jean and Catherine Montanet planted their first vineyards in 1987, the fruit was destined for vinification in their very own cave coopérative, which saw its first vintage bottled in 1990. As general manager of the business, Jean quickly found his feet as a capable vigneron, counseled by coworkers such as the brilliant Bernard Raveneau, who would later introduce Jean to Kermit. By 1997, the INAO (Institut National des Appellations d’Origines) had awarded Vézelay its own AOC—a timely decision that lends more credibility to the noble work of the Montanets. They began farming organically in 1999, a particularly bold decision given the physical and financial effort required to do so in an area where most wine is sold in bulk. Unable to fully express themselves as vignerons at the coop and determined to continue working organically, the Montanets finally split off and founded their own label, Domaine de la Cadette, taking their vineyards with them." --importer Kermit Lynch
$28.00
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