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Brachetto d'Acqui DOCG...

Brachetto d'Acqui DOCG...

Giacomo loved elastic ball, a Piedmontese game played in the Acquese hills, an area with a vocation for the production of Brachetto. So it was that Giacomo, like his father<br />before him, inherited the nickname of a fist-ball champion 'Braida', and in 1967 the family began producing Brachetto d'Acqui.<br /><br />Denomination<br />Brachetto d'Acqui DOCG.<br />Grapes and Vineyard: produced with grapes: Brachetto 100%.<br />Winery: steel tanks for fermentation and maceration of the skins at controlled temperature for 36-48 hours. Passage in autoclave for frothing. After stabilisation and<br />microfiltration, bottle ageing follows.<br />Tasting: light ruby red colour with purple reflections, lively foam and insistent perlage. Lush, fragrant and aromatic bouquet, with clear hints of ripe red fruit and dried roses.<br />Sweet, soft, delicate, sparkling, persuasive flavour with a long aromatic persistence. It goes well with strawberries and wild berries, as well as with nuts, hazelnuts, almonds,<br />pistachios and figs.<br />The most traditional pairing, with dessert at the end of the meal or mid-afternoon, is with dry pastries and baked goods, from Christmas panettone to tarts. Braida Brachetto<br />d'Acqui is perhaps the only wine in the world that, above all, goes well with chocolate.<br />Serving recommendations: Serve at 6-8°.<br />
Price €13.00
Dindarello 2020 MACULAN 750ml

Dindarello 2020 MACULAN 750ml

<br /><br />TYPOLOGY Sweet white wine<br /><br />PRODUCTION AREA 'The best areas of Veneto with a vocation for this variety'.<br /><br />GRAPE VINE 100% Moscato<br /><br />SOIL TYPE Volcanic and tuffaceous hills.<br /><br />WINE-MAKING 'Drying of the grapes for about a month in the fruit cellar, fermentation in steel vats'.<br /><br />COLOUR Straw yellow<br /><br />BOUQUET Extraordinarily intense with hints typical of the variety and of honey and flowers<br /><br />PAIRINGS 'Excellent with pastries, fruit tarts, homemade cakes and also desserts with creams'.<br /><br />FLAVOURIt is sweet and very fresh, balanced and full, with a long and pleasant persistence.<br />
Price €23.20
Gewürztraminer Passito DOP...

Gewürztraminer Passito DOP...

Vinification<br /><br />The grapes are harvested in September and left to dry for 4 months in a well-ventilated room. In December, the dried grapes are selected again. Drying results in a 2/3<br />weight loss, as well as a concentration of sugar, aromas, acidity and tannins. Due to the high sugar content, the yeast cannot carry out the fermentation completely and<br />thus a natural residual sweetness remains. After a fermentation of 6 weeks, a longer bottle fermentation takes place.<br />Tasting<br /><br />The 'Cashmere' Gewürztraminer Passito presents itself with a golden yellow colour with a light amber hue. Its bouquet is exquisite and intensely aromatic: dried apricots,<br />candied fruits, rose petals, a hint of orange and caramel. On the palate, the Passito is very concentrated, with a harmonious interplay between inviting sweetness and<br />refreshing acidity, elegant and of exquisite level.<br />
Price €74.80
Ch. Rieussec 2006 375 ml

Ch. Rieussec 2006 375 ml

CHÂTEAU RIEUSSEC 1er Grand Cru Classé - Sauternes<br />Grape variety: Sémillon 90% - Sauvignon 7% - Muscadelle 3%.<br />Type of wine: white raisin wine<br />Vinification and aging: botrytized grapes - 8 weeks of harvest - fermentation in barriques - aging in new barriques 50% for 24 months<br />
Price €70.80
Ch. Liot 2010 Sauthern VB

Ch. Liot 2010 Sauthern VB

CHÂTEAU LIOT<br />Sauternes<br />Grapevine: Sémillon 80% - Sauvignon 15% - Muscadelle 5%<br />Type of wine: white raisin wine<br />Vinification and aging: botrytized grapes - fermentation in barriques - aging 6 months in barriques and 8 months in stainless steel tanks<br />
Price €26.40
Brachetto d'Acqui DOCG...

Brachetto d'Acqui DOCG...

Giacomo loved elastic ball, a Piedmontese game played in the Acquese hills, an area with a vocation for the production of Brachetto. So it was that Giacomo, like his father<br />before him, inherited the nickname of a fist-ball champion 'Braida', and in 1967 the family began producing Brachetto d'Acqui.<br /><br />Denomination<br />Brachetto d'Acqui DOCG.<br />Grapes and Vineyard: produced with grapes: Brachetto 100%.<br />Winery: steel tanks for fermentation and maceration of the skins at controlled temperature for 36-48 hours. Passage in autoclave for frothing. After stabilisation and<br />microfiltration, bottle ageing follows.<br />Tasting: light ruby red colour with purple reflections, lively foam and insistent perlage. Lush, fragrant and aromatic bouquet, with clear hints of ripe red fruit and dried roses.<br />Sweet, soft, delicate, sparkling, persuasive flavour with a long aromatic persistence. It goes well with strawberries and wild berries, as well as with nuts, hazelnuts, almonds,<br />pistachios and figs.<br />The most traditional pairing, with dessert at the end of the meal or mid-afternoon, is with dry pastries and baked goods, from Christmas panettone to tarts. Braida Brachetto<br />d'Acqui is perhaps the only wine in the world that, above all, goes well with chocolate.<br />Serving recommendations: Serve at 6-8°.<br />
Price €12.00
Moscato Rosa DOC 2016 375ml...

Moscato Rosa DOC 2016 375ml...

<br />South Tyrol Moscato Rosa DOC<br /><br />A rare pleasure in a small edition<br /><br />Castel Sallegg and Moscato Rosa. These two terms have long belonged together in South Tyrol. Not without reason, it was the Princes of Campofranco, ancestors of the<br />current owner Count Georg von Kuenburg, who in 1892 brought this noble grape variety with them when they moved from Sicily to Sallegg Castle in Caldaro and planted it in<br />the warmest soil on Lake Caldaro, where it thrived magnificently. Today, the rose muscatel is one of the rarest varieties in the world. The Moscato Rosa of Castel Sallegg<br />grows at the Seehof in St. Josef am See at 230 m above sea level on the traditional pergola.<br /><br />The production of this wine is very limited: Depending on the weather, Moscato Rosa may not be bottled at all in certain years. Otherwise, up to 1,000 bottles are bottled per<br />vintage.<br /><br />Tasting Notes:<br />A dessert wine whose colour is characterised by a dense raspberry red.<br />On the nose, rich aromas of roses, fine fruit components distantly reminiscent of lychee and ripe, very complex raspberry flavours, supported by an elegant spiciness in the<br />background.<br />Very opulent, repeating the aromas of the fragrance, this powerful wine type presents itself on the palate.<br />Serving temperature: 10-14°C<br />Shelf life: Up to 30 years. Moscato Rosa is Castel Sallegg's most famous wine and, as a variety, is one of the rarest in the world.<br />Food recommendation: Ideal with mature, spicy cheeses, foie gras, desserts with berry fruits (but with sugar restrained). Also perfect as a stand-alone wine in the sense of<br />a meditation wine.<br />Grape variety: 100% Moscato Rosa - Selection Kuenburg: Autochthonous variety.<br />Site: Kaltern - Seehof: 230 m above sea level. Gravel and reddish, ground Grödner sandstone. Warm, air-permeable soils with a special microclimate in the immediate<br />vicinity of Lake Kaltern.<br />Growing system: Traditional pergola<br />Yield per vine: 0.5 kg - 8 hl/ha due to natural trickling.<br />Vinification: The grapes are harvested very late with a minimum gradation of 32°KMW (160 Öchsle). This is followed by a week of maceration in stainless steel tanks.<br />Maturation: 1 year in stainless steel barrels, followed by 12 months in the bottle.<br />Alcohol: 11 ,7 %<br />Acidity: 7,4 g/l<br />Residual sugar: 180,8 g/l<br />
Price €43.20
Rosenmuskateller Ushas 2017...

Rosenmuskateller Ushas 2017...

In South Tyrol, only ten hectares are planted with Rosenmuskateller. The vine has very high demands.<br /><br />Grape variety: Rosemuskateller<br /><br />Vinification: Late harvest of the Rosemuskateller with possible air-drying. Fermentation in stainless steel, final fermentation in used barriques with long maceration, ageing<br />for 10 months in used barriques.<br />Alcohol: 12.5 % vol.<br />Total acidity: 6.8 g/l<br />Residual sugar: 195 g/l<br />Yield per hectare: 20 hl<br />Optimal drinking maturity: 2-10 years<br />Method of cultivation: sustainable<br />Bottle size: 0,375 l<br />
Price €35.80
Passito Passo Nero 2013...

Passito Passo Nero 2013...

Format: 50 cl<br />Country: Italy<br />Region: Sicily<br />Vine: Nero d'Avola<br />Soil: Sandy of calcareous nature<br />Extension of vineyard: 0.5 ha<br />Type of planting: Guyot and Alberello<br />Density of vines per hectare: 6,000<br />Average age of vineyard: 35 years<br />Average production per ha 35 hl<br />Vinification and ageing: Crushing and destemming, maceration on the skins and spontaneous fermentation in 85 hl cement vats for 7 days with daily pumping over and<br />punching down. Devatting and ageing in 750 l tonneaux for 16 months.<br />Total sulphur dioxide: 45 mg/l<br />
Price €41.40
Gewürztraminer Spätlese...

Gewürztraminer Spätlese...

Pasithea Oro Gewürztraminer<br /><br />Classification: South Tyrol DOC<br /><br />Growing area: all the grapes used to produce this wine come from a single vineyard located near Lake Montiggl (Eppan). The particularity of this vineyard contributes to the<br />development of botrytis, which produces a great dessert wine.<br /><br />Vinification and ageing: the grapes are harvested by hand at the end of November and delivered in small containers. After a short maceration and gentle whole bunch<br />pressing, the must is clarified from the lees by natural sedimentation. Fermentation takes place over a period of 6 months in small oak barrels and ageing for 15 months also<br />takes place in small oak barrels.<br /><br />Wine portrait: Aromas of dried fruit, ripe apricots and quinces form the aroma components, rounded off with a fresh breeze of citrus fruits. In the mouth, the wine is soft, full,<br />with a pronounced sweetness, long-lasting in the finish. The Spätlese Pasithea Oro is drunk as a dessert wine with desserts, but it also goes perfectly with blue cheese,<br />mature and spicy cheeses. A unique pleasure!<br /><br />Wine-growing zone: Girlan, Montiggl<br />Grape variety: Gewürztraminer<br />Serving temperature: 10-12° C<br />Alcohol: 10,5 VOL %<br />Total acidity: 10,4 g/l<br />Residual sugar: 239 g/l<br />Shelf life: 10 years<br />
Price €36.20