A very pleasing wine.
Color: Beautiful dusky red with a hint of purple and glints of terracotta.
Nose: Round nose with aromas of cherry, plum, ripe peppers, mint, walnut, hazelnut, truffle and graphite.
Mouth: Beautiful attack, long mouthfeel, full volume, mature tannins, pleasant and soft with a note of aniseed on the finish.
Elegant yet subtle wine, perfect as a summer drink.
Nose: Aromas typical of Viognier – apricot, white peach, white flowers, honeysuckle – as well as hazelnut and a toasted note.
Mouth: Round, beautiful opening with a moderately long mid-palate and a fresh, well-balanced finish. The wine leaves a somewhat mineral impression.
A well-balanced, fresh wine. Easy to drink.
Color: Yellow-green gleam.
Nose: Fresh white flowers, apricot, lemon zest, hazelnut with a mineral note.
Mouth: Fruity round attack of mint and lemongrass with a light effervescence for freshness. Slightly acidic finish with a touch of sweetness for volume.
An excellent wine to sip, or to accompany fish and seafood.
Color: Golden straw.
Nose: Typical varietal wine with notes of boxwood, red grapefruit, peach, orange, and licorice.
Mouth: Fruity and flowery with notes of lychee, citrus fruit. Long and well-balanced mouthfeel with a sweet and salty finish.
Good aging potential due to its acidity. Versatile: as an aperitif with cheese and paté and as an accompaniment to poultry, fish, and spicy dishes.
Color: Subtle golden hay.
Nose: Fresh round nose with notes of lemon, hazelnut, minerality, white pepper, white flowers.
Mouth: good length, bright, with a fresh, acidic finish. Flavors of honeysuckle, green apple, minerality, and lemon.
Fresh quaffable wine. Perfect as an aperitif. Pleasant pairing with fish, seafood, and pizza.
Color: Pale yellow, the traditional hue for a wine made without maceration.
Nose: Pear, flint, white flowers, licorice.
Mouth: Round fruity opening, well-balanced mid-palate, acidic finish with freshness and exuberance.
Perfect not just with dessert. Perfect pairing with Thai green curries.
Color: golden glints, straw.
Nose: Round and rich, aromas of hazelnut, honey, turmeric, ginger, gingerbread, a note of minerality.
Mouth: Round, rich and long mouthfeel, the final acidity yields a nice equilibrium between sweetness and acidity and also gives freshness. Long-lasting aromatic impressions.
A versatile wine that can be drunk either chilled (40°F) or at room temperature (65°F). It will benefit from breathing for 30 minutes prior to drinking. Well-balanced tannins and acidity that will allow this wine to mature for 3-5 years.
Color: Light magenta with terracotta reflections.
Nose: Aromas of plum and aniseed with notes of smoky, cooked eggplant.
Mouth: Round and medium-long, with a plumy well integrated finish. Fruitier and fresher when drunk slightly chilled.
A fine and elegant wine with well-integrated oak and supple tannins.
Nose: Aromas of plum, raspberry, campher, peppercorn, and licorice balanced by light earthy elements.
Mouth: Full mouthfeel. Good length on the palate. Becomes more aromatic when allowed to breathe for at least an hour.
An elegant wine with several years of aging potential.
Color: Intense with purple reflections.
Nose: Fresh, young, hazelnut, plum, a hint of rose petal, raspberry, tobacco, rosemary. Interesting nuance of tomato which is characteristic of the varietal.
Mouth: Elegant, fine rounded tannins, beautiful attack, leather note, good length, well balanced, note of violets, slightly mineral finish.
A varietal wine typical of Cabernet Franc.
Nose: Round and smoky with notes of cooked red peppers, fennel, plum, liqourish, raspberry, and pomegranate.
Mouth: Round attack, excellent length with gentle tannins and a soft, sweet finish. The wine opens up, becoming fruitier over time as it stays in the glass.
Elegant, smoky classic varietal Merlot
Color: Garnet with orange highlights
Nose: Red currant and raspberry, with notes of cooked prunes, pomegranate and a hint of tobacco.
Mouth: All the fruit promise of the nose with light, supple tannins and good length of finish.