Its no secret that Riesling tends to get a bad rap for being broadly categorized as unpleasantly sweet. However, this bio-dynamic and organic offering from the Pfalz region proves to be both dry and mouth-wateringly delicious. With petrol and citrus on the nose, those flavours are echoed on the palate with an added dose of minerality that dances on the tongue. This trocken (dry) Riesling is light in body and is best enjoyed with a delicate fish like halibut or as an apertif.Read more about Ryan
This super fresh and fruit forward blend is definitely a new favourite! The Petite Selve 2017 is a blend of 40% cinsault, 40% grenach, 20% syrah. Aged in concrete and naturally fermented(without the addition of any yeast), it ages on its lees for several months. Strong red fruit on the nose, with distinct mushroom and mint notes. It is a fantastic wine to pair with white meats and vegetable dishes, and also works well as an aperitif. Try with a slight chill too!Read more about Martha
Back again this year, one of my favourite Beaujolais. The Fleurie appellation is known for its delicate, floral personality. Beside that lies Moulin-a-Vent, known for it’s muscle and structure. The Les Moriers vineyard sits right on the line between the two – giving firm structure and body with delicate floral aromas. A real gem to drink now, slightly chilled or hold for a few years.
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This past summer I spent three incredible weeks in Italy with my family; many of our meals ended with some kind of herbal digestivo and Vecchio Amaro del Capo was the liquor of choice. After a hearty meal, an icy cold shot of this Calabrian digestivo with its minty and liquorice aromas, flavours and balanced bitterness really hit the spot. Serve it up like an Italian by storing your Amaro del Capo in the freezer and pouring it into pre-chilled shot glasses after a big meal. A little goes a long way and I like to sip, savour and slowly enjoy.
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