Château les Croisille Le Croizillon Cahors 2016
The grapes used to create this latest batch of wine from Cahors were sourced from several of our vineyard's different terroirs, allowing Malbec's fruity and easily digestible qualities come to the forefront.
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Glenglassaugh EvolutionColour: Crisp harvest gold. Nose: A luscious syrupy combination of sweet barley, delicate pineapple and waves of soft buttery vanilla. Deeper oak spices and caramelised pear develop and warm the nose. Palate: Robust, white peppery oak floods through crisp green apple and freshly cracked barley. A gentle salted caramel emerges alongside hints of ripe banana and fruit salad syrup. Finish: A vibrant combination of classic oak spices and delicate soft fruits surrounded by fragrant waves of vanilla pod.
Priest Ranch Grenache Blanc 2016This is an aromatic white wine with bright aromas of white peach, melons, and honeysuckle. The palate is sharp with good acidity, minerality, bright stone fruits and a touch of tannins. Food Pairing: Grilled four-onion pizza.
Balcones 1 Texas Single Malt WhiskyA wine of golden yellow hints; a full, robust palate with notes of lemon and orange. Matched fish and seafood, white meats and traditional Mediterranean vegetarian casseroles.
Chateau L'Etoile Chardonnay 2014Beautiful Chardonnay in a traditional oxidative style. Gorgeous minerality with a distinct nuttiness. Etoile is the appellation, as well as the name of the chateau. (The name comes from the star shaped fossils in the soil.) Like some other Jura whites it can be aged without topping up the barrels, giving the classic nuttiness. It remains fresh and light, and utterly distinctive. Try it with chicken in cream sauce or Persian royal rice and you'll thank us forever.
Double Canyon Cabernet Sauvignon 2015This Cabernet embodies an enticing array of ripe red fruit, intermixed with notes of graham cracker, allspice and dried tobacco. The addition of Syrah lends a full and rich texture on the mid-palate, further accented by bright acidity from the Petit Verdot, sweet red fruit from the Merlot and luscious raspberry notes supplied by the Malbec. The soft and supple mouthfeel is supported by sweet oak tannins and fresh fruit character, fi nishing with a juicy acidity that is characteristic of Horse Heaven Hills.
Brack Mountain Borne Pinot Noir 2014This wine showcases a deep plum red tone in the glass. Fragrances of orange peel, red cherries and fresh peppercorn linger on the nose. The palate is bright and dynamic with a sinuous texture and racy acidity. Flavors of cranberry, sassafras and a touch of clove combine for a wine with an incredible spectrum of flavors and subtlety.
Single Cask Nation Ben Nevis Single Malt Scotch Whisky 20 year oldThis cask bottling, distilled in November 1996, spent twenty years maturing in a refill oloroso sherry puncheon. Color: Polished brass. Nose: Has a terrific weight to it with green and yellow wine gums, warm sugar cookies, candied nuts, creme brûlée, spun sugar, and a hint of pine. Palate: Complex and multi-layered given the experience begins with slightly medicinal notes but then moves quickly to flavors of Parma Violets, Medjool dates, hint of cocoa and coffee beans, Filberts, cookies and cream. Finish: Long and warming with a rich sweetness (chocolate truffles), vanilla wafers, molasses cookies, and dark wood. On the label: A complex, multi-layered whisky with great weight that opens on candied nuts and spun sugar before becoming dense and fruity mid-palate with dark cocoa/coffee notes that finishes with a rich sweetness.