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2011 Baux de Provence "Cornaline" Hauvette Magnum

50% Grenache, 30% Syrah, 20% Cabernet Sauvignon

2011 Chablis Grand Cru Blanchots Billaud-Simon

Domaine Billaud-Simon has been part of the Chablis wine region since 1815. They currently have 17 hectares spanning a 2-kilometre radius surrounding the Serein river, with plots in four Grand Crus.

2011 Champagne Brut Blanc de Blancs 'Chetillons' Pierre Peters

from the Chetillons vineyard in Grand Cru Mesnil-sur-Oger. 75% malo, elevage in stainless steel 4 years on lees.

2011 Collio "Studio di Bianco" Borgo del Tiglio

Borgo del Tiglio, one of Italy's great white wine producers, is making this wine by assembling three varietals, Friulano for its softness and geographical typicity, Sauvignon for the aromatics and Riesling for its savory and acidic elements. Each grape is vinifed separately and blended with the utmost care. A nose of spice, peach and almonds and in the mouth, power, finesse and depth. This is a true study in character and equilibrium.

2011 Collio 'Ronco della Chiesa' Borgo del Tiglio

Borgo del Tiglio is one of Italy's great white wine producers. This bottling is the flagship wine and is a single-vineyard located near the farmhouse of the estate. The soils here are Ponca. Being so close to the Slovenian border the Collio shares many similarities in climate, varietals used, wine-making techniques and soils. The ponca (or flysch) runs between both countries and is a soil of marl with layers of minerals, clay, marine deposits, calcium and limestone. The wine ages in french barriques. Apples, pears and an intense minerality.

2011 Corbieres Blanc "Begou" Maxime Magnon

Most of Maxime’s vineyard land is comprised of schist and limestone subsoils in the sub-appellation Hautes Corbières, bordering Fitou to the South. This wine is precise, fresh and floral with faint hints citrus peel and fennel; the grapes were grown at high altitude, no sulphur was used during vinification.

2011 Cotes du Jura blanc 'sous voile' Domaine Macle

note: inquire about availibility 85% Chardonnay 15% Savagnin "Coming from a long line of barrel makers, the Macle family settled in Château-Chalon in 1850 to grow wine. Initially they practiced mixed agriculture, but by the 1960’s were focused solely on wine. They cultivate 12 hectares, 8 planted to Chardonnay in the Côte de Jura and 4 planted to Savagnin in Château-Chalon. Laurent Macle is the 7th generation winemaker of Domaine Macle. He works closely with his father, Jean, to produce some of the top wines from the Jura. They render sous voile or “under veil,” a semi-oxidative style of wine. Jean has a knowledge of the chemistry of Vin Jaune production that is second to none and is known as a true master of Château-Chalon, while his son, Laurent, continues to learn more every year so that he may live up to his father’s reputation. The Macle family has a 16th-century cave where they store all the barrels for aging. Attached to each barrel is a little spout that is beneath the surface of the wine, so that it can be tasted without disturbing the veil of flor. They keep a library of their wines and are able to verify themselves whether there was something wrong with the vintage and the storage conditions of each lot." --importer Shiverick Imports
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