Here you can find a list of wines that we think are currently drinking well; wines that we have enjoyed recently and would like to share with you!
San Lorenzo, Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi “Gino” 2014 (Marche, Italy)
Great citrus like acidity with the classic nutty finish of Verdicchio. Fermented and aged a short time on the lees in stainless steel, the wine has wonderful minerality and balance.
Domaine Mathis Bastian, Rivaner “Clos des Eglantieres” 2014 (Remich, Luxembourg)
The Rivaner (Sylaner/Riesling cross to you), is a yummy fresh apricot popsicle, off dry with compensating singing acidity and notes of pineapple – the perfect aperitif wine.
Domaine de la Zouina, Volubilia Gris 2014 (Meknes, Morocco)
The Gris has the translucent delicacy of a Provençale pink wine. Made from Marselan and Caladoc, it is elegant with good minerality and expression of red fruits.
Bodegas Ameztoi, Txakoli de Gataria Rosado 2014 (Basque Country, Spain)
The rose-tinted pink is fragrantly floral with violets and irises, typically effervescent, vivacious and aerial.
Chateau Hermitage St Martin, Cotes de Provence “Enzo” Rose (Provence, France)
The wine has a limpid pink hue, and real brilliance. With an exotic nose of guava and grapefruit and a fresh, lively palate with citrus fruits and apricot notes. This admirable rosé pairs twinklingly with grilled tuna coated in tapenade.
Guimaro, Ribeira Sacra Tinto Joven 2014 (Galicia, Spain)
The un-oaked tinto is all about immediate pleasure with pure, lush red fruits, spices, and slate-laden minerality. A wine to pair with all kinds of foods, especially chorizos, embutidos, and roast pork.
Mas de Foulaquier, “Violetta” St Guilhem Le Desert 2014 (Languedoc, France)
Notes of wild dark berries, bay leaf and soft silky tannins make this a wonderful wine to accompany food.