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Handpicked Collection Chardonnay 2016

Mornington Peninsula, Australia Opening with stone fruit and floral aromas with bright citrus notes, this wine has layers of fruit flavour and creamy complexity derived from 11 months aging on lees in barrel. Vintage 2016 was marked by warm and dry conditions and the Mornington Peninsula harvest was one of the earliest on record. It arrived in a hurry too and many vignerons were being picked in early February. The resulting wines have excellent flavour and weight and tend to be earlier drinking styles.

Chateau Saint-Pierre Esprit de Saint-Pierre 2016

Château Saint Pierre, a discreet but excellent Grand Cru Classé of Saint Julien owned by Henri Martin’s family. A fantastic history! Created in the 17th century, Château Saint Pierre was divided and dispersed due to several successions, and then was restored as originally in 1982 by Henri Martin. The second wine, Esprit de Saint Pierre is vinified with the same attention as the one paid to the “Grand Vin”. Only 17 hectares of vineyard Château Saint Pierre have always been the smallest Cru Classé in the appellation which leads to limited quantities. A good ability to age as most Saint Julien wines thanks to Cabernet Sauvignon that is giving its best on that gravels terroir in the heart of the Saint Julien village. A very bright and fresh fruit expression Esprit is produced from the young vines of the Grand Cru Classé vineyard. 60% Cabernet Sauvignon , 22% Merlot, 18% Cabernet Franc

La Cueva Del Contador 2016

La Cueva del Contador 2016 grapes were selected from 35-55 years old vineyards, where a yield around a kilo of grapes per vine is produced to get the fruit and tannin concentration wished. La Cueva del Contador 2016 is bright and dense red-violet in colour. The nose is deep and wraparound. Highlight the red and black compote fruit with spicy, mineral and balsamic notes, also a touch of toasted. The wood is fine, present and it has to be integrated. In the mouth it is powerful and well balanced in terms of maturity and freshness. Final is long and fresh. It is elegant. 100% Tempranillo

Vilmart & Cie Grand Cellier d’Or 2016

Vilmart et Cie Grand Cellier d'Or 2016 Vintage Champagne is a mature, complex and incredibly expressive wine, making this a impressive Champagne with a vast amount to experience on both the nose and palate. A pale lemon shade with golden and green highlights. On the nose, the wine reveals white flower aromas (honeysuckle, lilac), citrus notes as well as fresh butter and cream. After airing, as it is getting warmer, this Champagne exhales another spectrum of aromas. The wine reveals spicy notes of ginger and lemongrass, which were unsuspected until then. On the palate, the wine has a beautiful acidity, the vinosity gives an impression of strength and freshness. These various sensations produce a pure, creamy and silky textured wine. The finish is clean, slightly mineral and long, with an aroma of grapefruit. A great pairing for starters, fish, seafood, shellfish and cheese.

Chateau de Pommard Chassagne – Montrachet 2016

Rising between 220 and 325 meters above sea level, marly, clay, limestone and pebble-rich soils located in the south end of the Côte de Beaune produce this Chassagne-Montrachet, a fresh and full-bodied Chardonnay bringing the highest expression of the terroir. Complex and generous, our Chassagne-Montrachet 2017 has a clear lemon colour. The nose and palate present with intense aromas and flavours of yellow flowers and tropical fruits such as pineapple, lined with notes of honey and beeswax. The finish is long with a creamy texture, leaving a sense of generosity. For sales inquiry please contact

Chateau de Pommard Marey-Monge Vivant 2016

Made from the young vines of the Clos Marey-Monge, Vivant is a fresh and fierce red wine that embodies its French name “alive”. Behind its clear, pale ruby colour, Vivant 2016 hides a youthful nose and palate full of strawberries, red cherries and sweet spices, such as white pepper. The finish is long, while the tannins are thin, crating a velvety texture. Alongside acidity and alcohol, they participate in creating a balanced and harmonious structure that enables the wine to age elegantly. For sales inquiry please contact

Louis M. Martini Monte Rosso Gnarly Vine Zinfandel 2016

Our Gnarly Vine Zinfandel is crafted entirely from vines planted in 1893. Vibrant, juicy red raspberry and black cherry unfurl on the palate, accented by the historic vineyard’s signature notes of earth and spice. The 2016 vintage, boasting stunning concentration and dazzling acidity, is gorgeous now and will age beautifully for another six to seven years. Our Gnarly Vine Zinfandel grapes were picked and sorted by hand. They were then gravity fed into small, open top tanks for a three-day cold soak before primary fermentation. The wine was aged in a combination of French oak barrels (48% new) and American oak barrels (19% new) for a total of 15 months. Varietal: 100% Zinfandel "Full-bodied, dense and layered with amazing fruit. Chocolate, too. Heady and wild. From ancient vines planted in the late 1800s. I love this for its history and reality. Great wine. Drink now." - 94 points, James Suckling

Podere Le Ripi Amore e Magia 2016

Amore e Magia 2016 Brunello di Montalcino DOCG Curiosity leads to Culture leads to Sensitivity leads to Enthusiasm leads to Love leads to Magic leads to Universal Love. Because Everybody feels the Magic. Therefore, Curiosityis a Universal Gift. - Francesco Illy Tasting notes: A deep ruby red, richer when compared to wines from our other vineyards. In the nose it expresses itself as a symphony of aromas going from the intense smell of red orange and violet to the fresh balsamic note of herbs. This vineyard is characterized by a more creamy and silky taste coupled with a fun and vibrant saltiness. Serve with roast meat, aged cheeses and pasta. Serving temperature from 16° to 18°C. "Aromas of underbrush, leather, baked plum and camphor meld together on this full-boded red. On the fleshy, already approachable palate, enveloping, fine-grained tannins surround raspberry jam, vanilla, tobacco and licorice. Tangy acidity keeps it balanced. Drink 2023–2028." - 95 points, Wine Enthusiast "A focused, polished red with dark-berry, cherry, walnut and dried-flower aromas and flavors. Medium to full body and firm, caressing tannins. Lovely finesse and polish to this. Dusty texture. Needs a year or two to soften, but already pretty. Better after 2022." - 93 points, James Suckling

Chateau de Pommard Clos Marey – Monge Monopole 2016

The largest monopole in Burgundy, Clos Marey-Monge benefits from a unique environment protected by a two-meters-high stone wall. Positioned at the base of the hill of Pommard, the complexity of our vineyard’s soils come from the alluvial, sand and gravels carried along by the Avant-Dheune river thousand years ago. Our blend of the seven cuvées from the limestone and clay-rich terroirs of the clos creates a deep, elegant, and sophisticated Pinot Noir. With its bright and intense ruby colour lined with crimson reflections, our Clos Marey-Monge Monopole 2016 is a complex, generous and flavourful Pinot Noir. The nose shows aromas of powder and red fruits, as well as notes of smokiness, all bringing great complexity to the wine. The palate is fresh, revealing firm tannins and a well-rounded structure. Long and sapid while aerial, the finale unveils a vibrant, energetic, and complex Pommard drinkable today, but also age-able for decades. "Some attractive spicy and toasty aromas with dark, earth-crusted cherries, leading to a palate that has a wealth of rich and ripe dark cherries with a slightly smoky edge to the finish. Nice, grainy tannins. Drink or hold." - 91 points, James Suckling For sales inquiry please contact

Podere Le Ripi Lupi e Sirene Riserva 2016

Lupi e Sirene Riserva 2016 Brunello di Montalcino DOCG Curiosity leads to Culture leads to Sensitivity leads to Enthusiasm leads to Love leads to Magic leads to Universal Love. Because Everybody feels the Magic. Therefore, Curiosity is a Universal Gift. - Francesco Illy Tasting Notes: A bright delicate ruby red, that offers the typical transparency of Brunello. At the nose, it expresses a fine bouquet, where small red fruits are surrounded by earthy and irony notes. In the mouth it offers purity and energy without being excessive. A rich and linear body, so fluent and polished that it will capture the total attention of all your senses for a very long time. Food Pairing: Serve with roasted meat, aged cheeses, and pasta. Recommended Serving Temperature: from 16° to 18°C. Ageing: 33 months ageing in oak barrel, followed by a passage of 9 months in cement and a minimum ageing of 19 months in bottle Grape variety: 100% Sangiovese

Chateau de Pommard Corton Charlemagne Grand Cru 2016

The juice dedicated to our Corton-Charlemagne Grand Cru 2016 is placed into French oak barrels where it undergoes both fermentation and aging. The wine isn’t filtered, nor racked during these processes, which allows it to keep its lees. These natural deposits bring complexity and depth while enhancing the freshness of the wine. Corton Charlemagne Grand Cru 2016 is a vibrant and refined white wine. Its clear lemon color hides a very intense nose of white flowers, lemon, pear and white peaches, lined with notes of fresh mushrooms and chalky minerality. On the palate, the same flavors are expressed, concentrated and multi-layered yet elegant and well defined. The finish is long, with a lingering minerality expressive of this unique terroir. Recommended Serving Temperature: 12°C Food Pairing: Grilled Lobster, Foie Gras, Blue Cheese For sales inquiry please contact

Louis M. Martini Lot 1 2016

Lot No. 1 Cabernet Sauvignon is our most carefully crafted wine, showcasing top blocks from esteemed Napa Valley vineyards and executed with the highest attention to detail at every step of the winemaking process. The 2016 vintage pulses with complexity –layers of black raspberry and macerated black cherry join with blueberry and juicy black currant on a wave of dark fruit tones. The plush, full-bodied mouthfeel reveals hints of cedar, cloves and coffee on a red carpet of velvety tannins. "A balanced and polished red with plums, blue fruit and hints of vanilla. Full-bodied yet refined and focused. Finesse. Savory and juicy. Umami. Shows wonderful potential." - 95 points, James Suckling "This red has a gush of cassis, creamed plum and melted red licorice notes, with hints of graphite giving it form, while cocoa and tobacco accents check in on the gutsy finish. A frankly rich wine that should gain a bit more nuance in the cellar. Drink now through 2035. 1,308 cases made." - 94 points, Wine Spectator " This is a powerhouse wine, surprisingly soft and supple on the palate, with firm, integrated tannins and hearty oak. Cedar, pencil shavings and sweet tobacco provide savory complexity on the midpalate, accenting a core of concentrated red currant and plum. The finish is a mix of black pepper and dark chocolate." - 94 points, Wine Enthusiast