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Chateau Lagrange St Julien 2005 750ml
Basket of Bubbles
French Brut Rosé Champagne or Italian Prosecco: could there be a more charming dilemma? This basket offers the best of both bubbly worlds—a traditional French Méthode Champenoise and a classic Italian Prosecco. It’s the perfect solution for those times when you can’t decide how you want to celebrate.
This Gift Includes:
1 x French Champagne
1 x Italian Sparkler
1 x Small Woven-Wood Gift Basket
Montevertine Le Pergole Torte 2009 750ml
Le Pergole Torte represents one of the most important expressions of pure Sangiovese that Toscana has to offer. Le Pergole Torte is a wine of longevity, one that's all about finesse, elegance, complexity and, most importantly, patience. The flavor profile in its youth is subtle, as it is intended to be. Therefore some critics often miss the hidden beauty in this wine; it is not in your face, internationally styled, or given to instant gratification. The high altitude of the vines, which range between 400 and 500 meters, lends to the structure and aromatics of this classically styled wine. Crafted exclusively in excellent vintages, its limited case production averages 1,500 bottles. Le Pergole Torte undergoes an extensive maceration period ranging from 25 to 30 days, followed by aging in both barrique and Slavonian oak for a period of 18 to 24 months.Though this wine requires another ten years of cellaring, it will undoubtedly be one of the greats of the vintage.
Chateau de la Maltroye Chassagne-Montrachet 1er Cru Grandes Ruchottes 2014 750ml
Toasted nuts, citrus zest, crushed white flower petals and a touch of oak frame the orchard and stone fruits of this nimble ’14 Grandes Ruchottes. Beautiful, almost architectural structure suggests that this wine has a long life ahead of it, but die-hard Burgheads will have a hard time not enjoying it early--it’s just that splendid. Maltroye’s parcel of Grandes Ruchottes is a scant acre of sixty-year-old vines, but that small parcel is responsible for one of the estate’s most esteemed, renowned wines. Maltroye’s Jean-Pierre Cornut ferments whole clusters of Chardonnay in temperature-controlled stainless steel, and then ages the wine for a year in oak barrels, one-third new, before bottling the wine with light filtration. This intense, focused wine has the structure to age for a decade or longer; please do decant for a better drinking experience.
Domaine du Pegau Chateauneuf du Pape Cuvee Reserve 2009 750ml
Galardi Terra di Lavoro 2004 750ml
A monumental wine, the ’04 Terra di Lavoro shows impeccable balance, incomparable power, and terrific structure. Made for the long haul, the laser-precise ’04 Terra di Lavoro unfolds layer by layer, showing juicy black cherries, BBQ meat, smoke and ash, wildflowers in bloom, underbrush, warm saddle leather and a dusting of dark chocolate. Now with more than a decade of maturity, this remarkable wine is just entering its drinking window, but it’ll drink for years and years to come. A blend of mostly Aglianico that's kissed with Piedirosso, this wine derives from a 25-acre vineyard in the Roccamonfina area of Campania, whose volcanic soils add an unmistakable minerality to Terra di Lavoro. After handpicking, grapes enjoy a temperature-controlled maceration in stainless steel, and the wine ages for a year in barrique.
Guado Al Tasso Guado Al Tasso Bolgheri Superiore 2009 750ml
Guado al Tasso (meaning Badger's Ford) is consistently the fastest sellout wine at IWM and the insider's Super Tuscan. Since 2007, this beloved Super-Tuscan wine is a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon with Merlot and Cabernet Franc, a grape that replaced Syrah. Typified by high-toned currant fruit, herbal notes, and minerality that are balanced with darker notes of toast and coffee, the 2009 Guado al Tasso is more than its usual juicy, approachable, age-worthy and delicious self: it's ripe, powerful and elegant. The ’09 Guado al Tasso corrals words that wine-lovers long to see together; it’s an age-worthy, full-bodied, powerful, balanced and elegant wine. Bottlings like this come around rarely--and it’s even more rare to enjoy them for less than $90 a bottle. If you’re a fan of Antinori, of Bolgheri Super Tuscans, of internationally styled Italian wines, or simply of great, evocative bottles, you don’t want to miss the ’09 Guado al Tasso. It’s just that revelatory.
Paolo Bea Sagrantino di Montefalco Pagliaro 2010 750ml
Pure, transparent red and blue fruits dance on a bed of tarry earth, pencil lead, peppery herbs, crushed violets, and baking spices in this classically styled ’10 Sagrantino Secco Pagliaro. Burly tannins hold the tongue in a steely grip, but a sweet inner perfume and kinetic acidity show that this wine has the structure for serious aging. Bea’s flagship Sagrantino bottling always needs a few years in the cellar, and that’s especially true for this 2010--time will tame this wine to make a beauty from a tannic beast! The jewel in the crown of Umbria, this mono-varietal Sagrantino macerates for an incredible 48 days; the wine ages in stainless steel for one year, two years in barrels, followed by a year in bottle. Paolo Bea is a standard bearer of Sagrantino, and the estate’s flagship wine consistently delivers terrific complexity and great longevity.
Chateau Clinet 2008 750ml
Reflecting its extended, cool growing season, the ’08 Pomerol from Clinet bristles with energy, saturates the palate with purple and blue fruits, studs the cheeks with chewy tannins, and shows myriad layers of flavor notes. A seductive nose of brambly berries and plums, melted chocolate, pencil lead, lilac petals, licorice and espresso wafts from the glass, echoing on the palate that marries savory and sweet notes with terrific balance. Just entering its drinking window, this wine will be enjoyable for decades to come. In 2008, this wine is a blend of 85% Merlot, 12% Cabernet Sauvignon, 3% Cabernet Franc, deriving from vines averaging 45 years of age; the wine aged in a mixture of 60% new barriques and 40% used.
Domaine de la Janasse Chateauneuf du Pape Vieilles Vignes 2015 750ml
Underbrush, brown spices, warm cigar wrapper and earth frame the luscious red and black berries in this intense, aromatic ’15 Châteauneuf-du-Pape from Janasse. Copious dry extract coats the palate, while racy acidity powers this wine to a lingering finish filled with grippy, chew tannins. You can drink this wine now, but it’ll be even more delicious in five or ten years. Deriving from four plots totaling 15 acre of vines planted between 1920 and 1993, this cuvée combines power, freshness, structure, and silkiness for an ideal Châteauneuf-du-Pape expression. Grapes macerates for a month, and the wine ages in a combination of vats (75%) and demi-muid; in 2015, the wine was a blend of 64% Grenache, 20% Mourvèdre, 10% Syrah, and 6% various other grapes.