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It appears that the owners, the Chanel firm, backed up by their talented manager John Kolasa, are aspiring to even higher quality at Rauzan-Segla.
2002 with this blend of 58% Cabernet Sauvignon, 35% Merlot, 5% Petit Verdot, and 2% Cabernet Franc.
An outstanding wine with a dark ruby/purple color and more power, richness, and concentration than its younger sibling,
the 2002 reveals outstanding potential, exhibiting plenty of concentrated black currant fruit with some vanilla, herbs, and licorice.
It has about the same level of tannin as the 2003, but seems to have sweeter fruit and more mid-palate and length. Anticipated maturity: 2009-2022
Robert Parker Wine Advocate Score:90
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We can offer the greatest and rarest Burgundy selections.
France’s ‘other’ great region, Burgundy has nothing in common with Bordeaux either in style of wine or indeed how the market works.
This is a region of farmers, working with single grape varieties, Pinot Noir for red and Chardonnay for white,
very little in touch with the ups and downs of the international market place – as long as they can sell their crop.
Burgundy boasts 100 appellations in a pyramid of ascending quality:
23 regional, 44 village (including premier cru vineyards) and 33 grand cru vineyards.
The total area under vine is 27,700 hectares producing 200 million bottles of wine.
60% is white wine, 32% red or rose, 8% sparkling (cremant).
There are approximately 4,000 different producers of which 1,300 produce wine in bottle under their own labels.
There are 250+ merchant houses (negociants) and 23 co-operatives,
the latter mostly covering the less expensive appellations of the Maconnais, Chalonnais and Chablis
Domaine Comte ARMAND 康特阿曼庄?
RED BURGUNDY POMMARD波??, FRANCE
Clos Des Epeneaux is ranking to that of the greatest estate in Pommard.
Domaine Comte Armand is one of Burgundy’s most vociferous advocates of bio-dynamic viticulture (with a particular interest in
lunar cycles) and his No 1 spot in Bourgogne Aujourd’hui magazine’s Top 10 for the next decade came as no surprise.
The wine is aged in larger barrels so as not to show too much oak.
Comte Armand’s Pommard Clos des Epeneaux must surely be considered among the great red wines of all Burgundy.
But don’t be in a hurry to drink it.
Clos Des Epeneaux在Pommard波??中排名最高的村莊。
RED BURGUNDY Gevrey Chambertin, FRANCE
A relative newcomer, this domaine has been producing serious Burgundy only since the 1970s.
Ever since then, they have been steadily acquiring top pieces of land to add to their portfolio of prime cote de nuits terrior,
including plots at Chambertin, Charmes, Mazis to name just the grand crus.
The domaine is still seeking to expand beyond its ~10 ha holding, not an easy thing to do at such a desirable address.
The wines are superb – traditionally crafted and invariably requiring some years of bottle age before showing their full potential.
The wine has been made biodynamically since 2004.
從那時起，他們一直在穩步取得頂級片土地，添加到其投資組合的Cote De nuits 土地氣息，包括在Chambertin地塊，Charmes，Mazis為特級田段。
葡萄酒是一流的 – 傳統的製作和要求幾年的陳年才能顯示出他們的全部潛力。
White BURGUNDY Chassagne Montrachet, FRANCE
The famous Domaine, according to some authorities, is the home of Burgundy’s greatest genius, Andre Ramonet.
Half of the 34 acre domaine is white, including immaculately made Batard and Bienvenues-Batard-Montrachet,
a delicate and racy Chassagne Montrachet Premier Cru Les Ruchottes, and excellent Chassagne “Villages”.
Their red wines are less famous but remarkably fine.
34英畝的酒莊的一半是白色的，包括一塵不染作出Batard Bienvenues- Batard- Montrachet，
一個活潑的細膩和Chassagne Montrachet總理酒莊的Les Ruchottes，和優秀的Chassagne“城中村”。
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Other then Grand cru, some special items are available.
Because I taste equally as many sparkling as still wines, it feels fantastic to be able to conclude the
hunt for the perfect glass within each wine category. I am convinced that a Bordeaux or Barolo put the same demand on the glass from which it is imbibed. Others will go so far as to use the same glass for all types of wines, regardless of colour. I’m not willing to go that far. Differences in serving temperatures, wine volume, or whether or not a wine is sparking determine the design of the glass. That is why I have concentrated on four different glasses; Champagne, white, red and dessert wine.
I formed the range for myself, from the perspective of scent, which is a common thread that runs through these rather extreme glasses. I did not consider what others would think, and I did not make compromises to facilitate drinker friendliness or ease of use.
My goal? To create a glass that is aesthetically pleasing, while it brings out the scent in an exceptional way and is the perfect vessel from which to enjoy large, delicious gulps.”
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Today Reijmyre offers an unprecedented blend of tradition and innovation.
As more and more people focus on quality and cultural heritage,
Reijmyre thrives in leveraging off a long tradition of blowing and shaping glass
by hand – a rare and demanding craft distinguished by extreme care and sensitivity.
The skilled master glassblowers are renowned for their creative ideas and partnerships
with new market-leading creative designers, which is why many of their ranges have
already become collectors’ items.
The glassworks itself is situated in the rolling countryside of beautiful Östergötland county,
south of Stockholm. Their vibrant, exciting glass studio is filled with creativity and glowing energy.
Customers are invited to pay them a visit to see how the beautiful traditional glassware comes to
life in this modern and traditional glasshouse.
The glass is not only beautiful, but due to the unique design it brings out the scent in an exceptional way,
enabling you to achieve an optimal smell, sensation and taste experience.
Champagne glass 1 piece with gift box
Champagne glass 2 piece with gift box