Category: Import Wine

Dom Pérignon 75 cl.

Founded in 1668, Dom Perignon is vintage only, created from the fine grapes of one single year only ever a vintage, Dom Perignon is an act of creation, constantly renewed after each harvest; the 2009 is majestic, ripe , fleshy and profound.

Winemakers had to overcome many obstacles and take risks on their way to encouraging the chardonnay and pinot noir grapes of the 2009 harvest to reach their fullest expression The fruit is majestic: Ripe, fleshy and profound; beyond the richness and a certain voluptuousness is a strong impression of consistency that prevails – The wine’s power is remarkably restrained and the various sensations – silky, salty, sappy, bitter and briny converge and persist Lobster, crab, caviar, foie gras.

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Moët & Chandon 75 cl.

Lively and generous, Moel & Chandon Imperial distinguishes itself by a bright fruitiness, a seductive palate and elegant maturity. Its aromas are radiant, revealing bright white-fleshed fruits (apple, pear, white peach), citrus fruits, floral lime blossom and elegant blond notes (brioche and fresh nuts). The palate is richly flavorful and smooth combining generosity and elegance, followed by a delicately fresh crispiness to reveal the magical balance of champagne.

It is perfect with sushi and dumplings, shellfish and fish in light sauces, poached, roasted, or lightly sauced white meats, and fresh fruit salads that are not too sweet.

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Chablis 75 cl.

Chablis is an historic wine-producing town and region in northern central France. It produces light, dry, white wines famed for their flinty minerality and crisp acidity. AOC Chablis wines are produced exclusively from the Chardonnay grape variety.

Chablis wines are made in a style rather different from those produced elsewhere in Burgundy. They are drier and fresher, rather than more weighty and richly flavored. Most basic Chablis is fermented and aged in stainless steel, with use of oak barrels more common in higher-level wines, though used larger barrels
are more likely to be employed than new barriques, and wines will spend a shorter time in them than in the Cote d’Or.

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Chateau d’orsan

Resume 50% Grenache, 30% Syrah, Cinsault, Mourvedre, Carignan – Dry red wine. It is of a deep ruby-red colour. It has typical fruit, fresh and soy spiced with hints of green pepper. It is generous with melted tannins. It will accompany red meats, barbecues, poultry, mild cheese and can stand up to some spiciness. Serve at 57° F. From 2 to 5 years.

Concours des Grands Vins de France Macon, 2010: Argent
Concours General Agricole Paris, 2008: Gold
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Prosecco Rosso 75 cl.

There have been rumors, for several years, that select Prosecco producers might be interested in creating a rose version of the sparkling wine made from Pi not Nair. The white, standard-bearer for the region is currently-by law-made from 85% Giera, an indigenous grape, and Pino! Nair plantings are scarce in the region.

After some deliberation, both of the Denominazione di Origine Controllata e Garantita (DOCG) regions-Conegliano Valdobbiadene and Colli Asolani-have decided to pass on the idea while the larger Denominazione di origine controllata (DOC) area has decided to move forward with it.

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Prosecco 75 cl.

Prosecco is a sparkling white wine from north-eastern Italy, specifically the Veneto and Friuli-Venezia Giulia wine regions. It is also the informal name for the grape variety used to make these wines, which is now known officially as Giera.

Since July 2009, the name ‘Prosecco’ has been regulated and protected under DOC law. This was done in response to plantings of the Prosecco/Glera grape variety in New World regions, especially in Australia. Legally establishing the use of the Giera name was designed to prevent varietal wines made outside northeast Italy being labeled as Prosecco in European Union markets.

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Pinot Grigio 75 cl.

The wine was born in Burgundy but found its way to Switzerland in the 1300s, where it was considered a favorite of the Emperor. From here the grape made its way to northern Italy, and the real story of Pino! Grigio was born.

In Italy, Pino! Gris became Pino! Grigio and the wine found wide success in the regions of Northeastern Italy: Lombardy, the Veneto, Friuli, Trentino and Alto Adige. From its footing in northern Italy, the wine grew to become the most popular white wine in all of Italy, and then the most popular imported white wine in the U.S.

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Chianti Classico Riserva Wine 75 cl.

Chianti Classico is the heartland of the Chianti wine region – its traditional and longest-established viticultural area. The term classico is used in this way in several Italian wine regions (Orvieto and Valpolicella, for example), although Chianti is the most famous example. The typical Chianti Classico wine is a ruby-red, Sangiovese-based wine with aromas of violets and cherries and a hint of earthy spice.

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