Salasar, Cremant de Limoux, Extra Dry – From purportedly the oldest sparkling wine region in France, a charming soft, easy drinking fizz.
St. Cels, Combe Longue, AOP – Citrus, clementine are balanced with notes of spicy bergamot. A smooth and round palate with a nice balance of fruit and spice, with a fresh finish.
Cuvee Jules Richard, Macon-Aze AC – Clear and bright with an aroma of white fruits and nuts, the palate is balanced with green apples, melon and good minerality. Excellent value white Burgundy.
Presagio, Rioja Crianza – Careful grape selection and fermentation produces a textbook Rioja. A blend of 80% Tempranillo, 5% Mazuelo and 15% Graciano grapes combined with ageing for 14 months in new American oak give a violet and red berry nose, plenty of red and black fruit with a touch of spice and vanilla.
Outnumbered, Pinot Noir – Aromas of sweet black cherries and a touch of toast, the palate is packed with berry fruits, silky tannins and well-balanced acidity to cut through richer dishes.
Nieeport, Tawny Port – During the ageing process Tawny Dee acquires great wisdom and subtleness through ageing in small old oak casks, exhibiting characters of dried stone fruits and a smooth finish.