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T.Edward Wines LTD
Ameztoi Txakolina is one of the top producers of Getariako Txakolina. They own 20 hectares of vines in the best location. From the vineyards one can see the town of St. Sebastian and understand the influence of the Atlantic Ocean on local viticulture.Ignacio Ameztoi constitutes the seventh generation to carry on the tradition of making Txakolina in the province of Getaria. Made from the indigenous grape varieties of Hondarribi Zuri and its red companion Hondarribi Beltza. The wine is fermented in stainless steel and bottled with residual carbonic acid that gives the wine its natural spritz.
Grapes: 90% Hondaribi Zuri & 10% Hon-darribi Beltza. Vine age: 20-25 years Soil: Sand and clay. Farming: Sustainable Vinification: Fermented in stainless steel. In the traditional style of Getaria, this light and crisp wine is bottled with a little bit of residual carbon to give it its signature natural spritz.
nextSectionBright briny sea salt combined with limey fruits. Fresh and eminently quaffable.
nextSectionAnchovies, sardines, shellfish, grilled vegetables.
Martin Scott Wines
Bodegas Breca was founded in 2005, located in Munebrega, where it owns 654 acres of old-vine head-pruned garnacha situated at 2,850-3,000 feet above sea level. Bodegas Breca is one of seven boutique wineries forming Grupo Jorge Ordoñez. selection of Spanish wineries. They produce some of the most prestigious and award-winning wines internationally.
The old-vines vineyards planted from 1945 and 1968. They are located in the valleys between Sierra de Pardos and Sierra de Peña Blanca. Th The grapes are carefully hand sorted for only perfectly mature clusters, with yields at 1.5 to 2 tons per acre. The wine is fermented in stainless steel and aged for 6 months. "Offers excellent bang for the buck." Josh Raynolds 89+ points - Stephen Tanzers International Wine Cellar.
nextSectionThe best vineyards of Aragon are situated high on the hillsides, 3000 feet above sea level, where, despite the poor gravelly soil, the old gnarled vines produce the finest grapes possible in this arid, desolate region. Only the ripest clusters are chosen, thus producing a wine of considerable depth and finesse. The wine exudes intense aromas of sweet cherries and dark plums with an exotic spicy finish reminiscent of white pepper.
The predominant soils are Malmesbury Shale. These soils have a surprisingly good moisture retention capability which allows for dry-land farming in this relatively warm and dry area. The vineyards are a combination of traditional bush-vines and trellised blocks.
The grapes were hand-picked and then fermented over 7 days in stainless steel tanks.
nextSectionThe shiraz portion was lightly wooded for softer mouth-feel. The wine was made in a fruit-forward, soft style. Cinsault was added for additional red berry fruit flavors, and Mourvedre brings texture and spice. A touch of viognier was added to soften the tannins and for its floral aromas. The wine was fined and filtered before bottling.
A blend of 81% Shiraz, 10.5% Cinsault, 6.5% Mourvedre, and 2% Viognier
Verity Wine Partners
Sourced from one of our very own seriously Old School vineyard planted in 1959 in AOC Minervois, this Rose de Presse (meaning made the proper way). It is certified Ecocert Organic NOP, certified Demeter and certified Biodyvin for good measure. It’s salmon in color but dry, crisp and refreshing. Only 488 cases were made.
nextSectionThe 2014 old school rose, which is made from cinsault and Grenache, offers classic Provencal notes of strawberry, herbes de Provence and spice in its medium-bodied, refreshing and crisp personality. Drink it over the coming year.
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Only 100 bottles available worldwide! Matured in a single American oak hogshead (as far as I understand from my chat with Brand Ambassador Phil Huckle) this whisky was laid down back in 1964 by none other than Captain Bill Smith-Grant, the final distilling descendant of the distillery's founder, George Smith. The Winchester Collection therefore represents a special piece of history for The Glenlivet, a final liquid link with the family that started it all back in 1824. Continue reading...