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  • 39,89

    When Ron Brugal launched Brugal Extra Viejo in 1976, he developed a new class of premium Dominican Rums. Brugal Extra Viejo is the perfection of Dominican Rums. Aged for up to eight years in handpicked American oak casks, this rum is a fusion of aromatic notes such as dried fruits, wood, cocoa, almonds, vanilla, caramel, orange peel, and molasses.

    With elegant hints of warm sweetness, spiciness and cocoa that satisfy the most discerning palate, it’s no surprise that Brugal Extra Viejo is considered the best aged rum worldwide.

  • 132,60

    Brugal Siglo De Oro is a celebration of Brugal’s 100th anniversary. This work of art is crafted from a selection of the finest rums, which are then aged in American White oak barrels for up to eight years.

    The rum is then matured a second time for further eight more years. Smooth, with almost a syrupy consistency, Brugal Siglo De Oro has a lingering wood and dried fruit aroma, and a sweet, smoky flavour.

  • 144,99

    The spirit of Octomore has been defying logic for over fifteen years. The “what if” moment that once seemed almost absurd has progressively morphed into something endlessly alluring. Now, suddenly, there are eight. The Octomore 08.1 edition is: 167 ppm and was distilled in 2008 using 100% Scottish barley, from 2007 harvest. 100% matured in first fill American oak casks, including Buffalo Trace, Clermont Springs, Four Roses, Heaven Hill & Jack Daniels.

  • 51,99

    Smooth as pebbles in a pool. It’s clean, fresh and lively with both the oak and the grain in perfect harmony. The bouquet is brilliant. Opening with barley sugar and a hint of mint before leading into the most wonderful notes of freshly cut wild flowers; buttercup, daisy, meadowsweet, myrtle, primrose and cherry blossom. The cleanliness of the spirit is remarkable.

  • 49,99

    Russet gold. Fresh and aromatic, fruity floral with hints of dried fruit and a subtle prevalence of smoke. Light with fruit notes, nutty flavours with a sweetness and slight hints of vanilla and caramel. Lingering, beautifully rich and full-bodied.

    Taste the origins of Bunnahabhain with an alluring balance of sweet fruit, nuts, vanilla and a delicate coastal influence.

  • 149,99

    A rich mahogany Single Malt Scotch Whisky, this is one of the Bunnahabhain family favourites. It is intensely warming; with dried fruit, sherry, toffee and spices leading to a delicious honeyed nuttiness and the slightest hint of sea salt.

    Fragrant with notes of dried fruit, rich honeyed nuts, toffee and slight hints of spice. Notes of mellow sherried nuts, dried fruit and rich oak, with toffee and a slight tang of salt from its maturation of 18yrs at the coast. A dry fruit finish with a hint of spice and salt.

  • 47,60

    A terrific gem of a gin from the Cambridge Distillery, made with Macedonian juniper and a selection of botanical capturing the essence of all four seasons. Cambridge Dry Gin features blackcurrant leaf, lemon verbena, angelica seed, rose petals, violet petals and basil and rosemary from the distillery gardens.

  • 69,99

    Japanese Gin! Well, sort of. It’s made in Cambridge, so it’s technically English. However, it’s a Japanese Gin at heart as it’s made using traditional Japanese ingredients, including Shiso (a type of herb used for seasoning and as a plate for wasabi), Sansho (a spice with earthy qualities) and Yuzu (which has a similar flavor profile to lemon zest). It also features cucumber and sesame seeds, both frequently used in Japanese cooking, as well as the vital juniper berry. The result is a unique, elegant gin with some rather exciting heated notes appearing mid-palate.

  • 278,50

    A beautiful intense, deep ruby-red colour. The nose is very pleasant and complex with spicy and fruity aromas. This wine is powerful, elegant and classy on the palate, with tannins present but not intrusive. The finish is full of finesse and long-lasting.

    Will match well with Beef Bourguignon, Game, Coq au Vin, Beef Filet

  • 189,90

    This historic small 5.5 hectares domaine from Vosne-Romanée went through another example of a successful hand over in 2010 to the hands of the young and talented wine maker Maxime Cheurlin from his grand mother. Maxime grew up in Champagne but Burgundy was not strange to him. He finished his…

  • 345,00

    Outer quote mark An exuberant, fresh and ultra pure essence of red berry fruit nose is nuanced by wet stone and herbal hints and leads to detailed and equally stony middle weight flavors that are still quite primary and supported by a firm but ripe acid spine and fine length. A classic Chambolle that should make for a lovely villages. *Outstanding* Inner quote mark Allen Meadows – Burghound

    Outer quote mark Mugnier’s 2008 Chambolle-Musigny is a gorgeous, translucent wine laced with sweet dark cherries, menthol, spices and licorice. It is totally striking and inviting from start to finish, with tons of perfume and a seductive, enticing personality. The 2008 doesn’t quite have the immediacy of the 2009, but readers lucky enough to find it won’t be disappointed. It should be even better in another few years, once the tannins soften a touch. Anticipated maturity: 2016-2026. (AG) Inner quote mark Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate

  • 375,00

    The Chambolle-Musigny Villages is produced from a tiny parcel of vines in the southwest portion of the commune and also includes some declassified 1er Cru fruit from Les Baudes and Fuées. From the excellent 2018 vintage, this is surprisingly fruit-laden, juicy and fresh yet has classical Vogüé firmness and youthful rusticity to the finish.

    Wine in stock in our french cellar – weekly delivery by plane

  • 29,99
    Ruby ​​color, medium intensity,the taste is elegant, smooth, mature, balanced, with a good tannic structure that does not suppress fruit shades. With attractive aroma of black currant and black cherry.
    Chateau Cusseau will fit very well with fried and stewed meat (beef, bovine tails, lamb, veal, pork).
  • 49,99

    Discreet nose offering red fruits, smoky notes and cold cinders. Rich, mineral palate developing notes of pencil lead and a sweet oakiness on the finish.

    Will match well Lamb, red meats, cheese, truffle, chocolate.

  • 39,99

    Tobacco and cold cinders on the nose. Long, rich palate with notes of morello cherry and blackcurrant.  Fine supple tannins and a fresh acidity adds energy and poise to the wine.

    Will go well with Lamb, red meats, cheese, truffle.

  • 1.450,00
    2000 saw a warm, dry July and August with a small amount of rain from mid-September onward. Composed of 77% Cabernet Sauvignon, 16% Merlot, 4% Cabernet Franc and 3% Petit Verdot, the 2000 Latour has a deep garnet color and is showing a good amount of evolution, sporting mature notes of fried exotic spices, hoisin, unsmoked cigars and fruitcake with hints of incense, potpourri, cast iron pan and charcuterie. Medium-bodied, soft, plush and savory in the mouth, it has a long, mineral-tinged finish. 14,000 cases were made this year, representing 48% of production. (The Wine Advocate 97pts Lisa Perrotti-Brown 28th Feb 2019)

    Wine in stock in our french cellar – weekly delivery by plane

  • 1.650,00
    100 Points – The 1986 Mouton-Rothschild is a blend of 80% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Merlot, 8% Cabernet Franc and 2% Petit Verdot…It has a powerful and intense bouquet as always: exemplary graphite and cedar scents, a touch of black pepper and incense. It seems to unfurl in the glass, like a motor revving its engine. The palate is beautifully balanced with its trademark firm tannic structure, a Mouton-Rothschild with backbone and masculinity. Layers of black fruit intermingling with mint and graphite, a hint of licorice emanating from the Merlot, gently fanning out and my God, it is incredibly long. It is not like the 1985 Mouton-Rothschild that is so fleshy and generous. This is serious, aristocratic Mouton, a true vin de garde and yes, I do think drinkers will have to wait until it reaches its true peak. Sometimes that’s just the way it is. Tasted September 2016.

    (100 pts 2021 – 2050 Neal Martin)

  • 900,00
    98 points… Deep garnet with hint of brick, the 2005 Mouton Rothschild is evolving into unabashed, flamboyant notes of Christmas cake, plum preserves, chocolate-covered cherries, eucalyptus and crème de cassis with beautifully fragrant wafts of potpourri, incense, Indian spices and cigar box. Full-bodied…, grainy tannins and fantastic freshness, finishing very long and mineral laced. 2019 – 2055 ( Lisa Perrotti-Brown)
    Wine in stock in our french cellar – weekly delivery by plane
  • 2.350,00

    98points …Deep garnet with hint of brick, the 2005 Mouton Rothschild is evolving into unabashed, flamboyant notes of Christmas cake, plum preserves, chocolate-covered cherries, eucalyptus and crème de cassis with beautifully fragrant wafts of potpourri, incense, Indian spices and cigar box. Full-bodied, the palate performs vinous pirouettes with dazzling exotic spice, floral and earthy nuances, framed by firm, grainy tannins and fantastic freshness, finishing very long and mineral laced. 2019 – 2055 ( Lisa Perrotti-Brown 31st Oct 2019

  • 1.275,00

    93-95pts  – A cuvée produced from purchased must, Sauzet’s 2018 Chevalier-Montrachet Grand Cru delivers a pretty bouquet of citrus oil, white flowers, fresh peach and clear honey. Full-bodied, ample and incisive, it’s beautifully defined… The wine advocate 

    Wine in stock in our french cellar – weekly delivery by plane

  • 145,00

    An intense dark ruby colour.  The nose has a complex bouquet of rose and violet floral aromas and fruity aromas, with a few discreet woody notes.  The attack is round on the palate and then the tannins show their strength. This wine is well structured and corpulent, with long-lasting aromas and a fine representative of this famous Grand Cru.

    Will match well with Red Meats, Breast of Duck, Game, Soft Cheeses

  • 39,99

    This 2019 cuvée, with its pearly hue and sandy-gold tints, is characterised by its elegance. The saline, expressive and delicate nose exudes notes of citrus fruit, mango and sweet spices.The wine is fresh and fruity on entry to the palate before revealing an ample, silky-smooth structure with notes of nectarine, candied citrus fruit and blackcurrant buds. The finish is succulent and lively with flavours of white stone fruit and lemon zest.

    All Mediterranean cuisine – particularly carpaccio and tartars.

  • 54,99

    Mid-purple. Brambly, forest fruits, with some leafy touches. Cinnamon-vanilla oak, with some chocolate. Attractive and fruit-forward. Brisk acidity, somewhat primary, moderate tannins. Decent length. Appealing and polished. Neat, even if not the most profound. Drink 2019-2024

    16 Points – Tim Jackson MW – jancisrobinson.com, July 2019

     

     

  • 24,99

    Pale white gold coloured with an intense nose of Guava and passion fruit with a touch of green herbs in the background. The palate shows white peach and hints of flint and has an elegance not often seen in this region. Plenty of acidity but this is nicely balanced by the sweetness of the fruit and the quite full body.

    Sauvignon Blanc – White New Zealand Wine