Listrac-Médoc 'Château Clarke' by Baron Edmond de Rothschild made from vineyards located within the prestigious French wine region of Bordeaux. It is produced with Merlot 70% and Cabernet Sauvignon 30% grapes, picked and picked only by hand. Durable for 14-18 months in barriques, before being bottled. Scented, round and full, a very pleasant Médoc.
Pauillac 1er Grand Cru Classe 'Château Lafite Rothschild' is the most expensive wine in the world. First among the first in the history of crus classés in 1855 in the Bordeaux area, lord of the gravel soil of Pauillac. It was born in France in Pauillac in 1670 and at the beginning of the 1700s it was one of the most exclusive fine wines to be served at the court of the French king Louis XV, so much so that it deserves the nickname of "le vin du Roi", the wine of the King attributed to it by Cardinal Richelieu. Today, the Chateau Lafite Rothschild vineyard is about 100 hectares, but only one third of the production is reserved for grand vin.
Château Lafite Rothschild 2018 celebrates 150 years of viticulture of the Domaines Barons de Rothschild with great success.
'Director’s Cut' by Francis Ford Coppola Winery was born in the Alexander Valley where the Coppola have spent more than 20 years to restore all the original vineyards planted in the Napa Valley in 1882. Decadent and complex, this Cut is fragrant with exotic notes of nails of carnation and toasted oak. Aged in French oak barrels, it will grow for many years.
With the Alsace Riesling Vieilles Vignes, the Gruss family confirms its commitment to producing quality Alsatian wines. For three generations the harvest is manual and vinification is carried out in old oak barrels. Strictly follows the rules of organic farming. Dry and elegant taste, fruity and mineral in the final. A Class Riesling.
'Cor Römigberg' is part of the Grand Cru of the Alois Lageder Estate. Cabernet Sauvignon, the result of meticulous biodynamic cultivation. In the 1980s Alois Lageder decided to introduce the Cabernet Sauvignon and Petit Verdot vines to this plot, originally cultivated in Schiava. It is precisely this particle - which has always been called “Herz” (in Italian = heart, in Latin = cor) - that gives the wine its name. Aging in small wooden barrels for about 18 months gives concentrated and fruity aromas and a vigorous, elegant body, rich in tannins, spicy and fresh. A great red.
'Löwengang' by Alois Lageder is made from grapes grown in Carmenère: a blend of Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. Ancient vines, reaching 140 years of age, which stand out in South Tyrol not only for their age but also for their absolute quality. This red wine ages for 18 months in partly new and partly used barriques. It is a wine with a very long life, to which time gives maturity, without ever losing its youthful inspiration. To be enjoyed on special occasions.
'Gaun' by Alois Lageder is a pure Chardonnay that is grown in Magrè at about 230-250 meters above sea level. South Tyrolean white wine that reveals its aromatic complexity right from the start. Layered, refined and ample bouquet that gives sensations of citrus and fruit peel, as well as more mineral references and buttery nuances. A fresh and crunchy sip follows, particularly tasty which continues on the finish with a good persistence. In addition to the classic combinations with fish dishes, it is to be tried with recipes based on white meat cooked with delicate preparations.