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  1. Chartogne-Taillet Cuvee Saint-Anne NV
    Chartogne-Taillet Cuvee Saint-Anne NV
    The NV Brut Sainte Anne is a gorgeous wine, as it so often is. Pliant and inviting, with superb textural richness, the Sainte Anne shows Alexandre Chartogne's style off to great effect. Dried pear, chamomile, mint mad dried flowers are some of the many notes that run through this super-expressive Champagne. This release is a 50/50 blend of 2015 and reserve wines, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, also in equal measure. Disgorged: December 2017. ANTONIO GALLONI, Vinous Media
    NV
    Champagne
    France
    376
  2. Forlorn Hope Mil Amores 2012
    Forlorn Hope Mil Amores 2012
    The DeWitt Vineyard is sustainably farmed, made up of granite and quartz soils. A blend of Portuguese grape varieties, Touriga Nacional, Tinto Roriz, Trincadeira are planted in a single block. The block was picked and co-fermented at the same time. Aged only in neutral oak for 12 months then bottled. The blend is loaded with black, blue fruit, earthy and spicy undertones, unmatched suppleness with lots of intrigue. PWS
    2012
    Tinto, Touriga
    USA
    362
  3. Animus Distillery Classic dry Gin
    Animus Distillery Classic dry Gin

    Originally designed as a homage to the best London Dry gins, Animus's Classic Dry took on a life of it's own when lemon myrtle and mountain pepper berry were added to the rich, juniper led base. These Australian natives add a subtle, citrus and piquant edge, while dialing up the aromatic complexity. You don't have to look hard to find the freshness provided by the ingredients harvested from the distillery's gin garden. These botanicals also add intensity and depth. We love the classic juniper, sappy freshness offset by the smooth texture and complexed by the deeper, spice driven undertones. Classic yet with a twist.

    Botanicals: Juniper Berry, Cardamom, Angelica Root, Cinnamon, Cloves, Coriander seed, Lemon Myrtle, Sarsaparilla Root, Star Anise, Lemon, Lime, Turmeric.  bibendum.com.au

    Gin
    Australia
    500
  4. Kings Straight Bourbon 375ml
    Kings Straight Bourbon 375ml

    Kings County Distillery’s Straight Bourbon is made from New York State 80% organic corn and 20% English malted barley, is twice distilled in copper pot stills and then aged in new charred oak barrels. Rich in caramel, vanilla, and holiday spice, this bottle is cited frequently in lists of best non-Kentucky bourbons. Aged for at least two years, this is a precocious whiskey, surprisingly robust for its age.

    “Crisp Demerara sugar; sumptuous texture, aided by melt-in-the-mouth natural caramels; an excellent outpouring of citrus-tinged vanilla; for a year-old bourbon the sugars have accumulated charmingly (89=excellent).” – Jim Murray’s Whiskey Bible 2013  “Exotic and deep, with flavors of grain, licorice, vanilla and molasses.”  (#2 Craft Bourbon, 3-Stars) — ERIC ASIMOV, New York Times 2014.  “Top Ten Bourbons” —Time Out New York, 2014

    Bourbon
    USA
  5. Andre Clouet V6 Experience NV
    Andre Clouet V6 Experience NV

    Jean-Francois describes pinot noir as entering a phase he dubs 'The Whirlwind' in its sixth year of maturation. The rest of his inspiration is impossible to put into words, but clicking on 'Cuvee Design Specification' on his website will put you on the right trajectory. For the exuberance of Bouzy pinot noir and not inconsiderable age, the freshness packed into this cuvee is something to behold. Grapefruit tang meets crunchy red apple fruit, contrasting the generosity and spice of the village and the tension of zero dosage. Get on board. Tyson Stelzer

    NV
    Champagne
    France
    376
    Special Price $100.00 Regular Price $120.00
  6. Egon Muller Wiltinger Braune Kupp Riesling Auslese 2015
    Egon Muller Wiltinger Braune Kupp Riesling Auslese 2015
    It's hard to single out individual aromas from this complex fragrance. The nose invites to explore the many facets of fine fresh fruit, subtle nuances of spice and minerality and a gentle floral notion which all add to an extraordinary sensory experience. On the palate the Braune Kupp excels with a delightful interaction of vibrant acidity and delicious residual sweetness, putting grace and finesse above overwhelming opulence. An Auslese as racy as only the Saar can produce. 18.5 JANCIS ROBINSON MW
    2015
    Riesling
    Germany
    442
  7. Navazos La Bota de Palo Cortado Pata de Gallina 72 500ML
    Navazos La Bota de Palo Cortado Pata de Gallina 72 500ML
    Pre-Arrival - September shipment. Saca of January 2017. Rey Fernando de Castilla, Jerez de la Frontera. This rare wine is bottled from a selection made more than five years ago from the finest casks of old wine owned by Almacenista Juan García Jarana. The previous release was La Bota de Palo Cortado 34 "Pata de Gallina", bottled in 2012 after a short period of settling in a small, 6 butt solera that was moved to Fernando de Castilla. Since then, the wine has aged for five more years in the same tiny solera (locally called an 'altarillo', for 'little altar') that bears the Equipo Navazos stamp. The average age of this wine is 30 years, yet it's remarkably fresh and explosively intense in its personality. The perfume is lifted and stops you in your tracks with the most beautiful notes of dried fig, creamed caramel and balsam while the palate is almost too seductive and delicious for words - at once fluid, driven and saline, offering the characters of the nose but also sea spray and even bitter chocolate and dried orange. Despite all of these seemingly hedonistic characters, the wine remains refreshingly dry, salty, spicy and complex throughout. This is something very special.
  8. Herno Gin 500ml
    Herno Gin 500ml
    The Herno Gins are contemporary gind in a classic mould with some native botanical added. Meadowsweet is the most unique and has a somewhat subtle aroma reminiscent to almond. it is, most importantly, a traditional component of Scandinavian Meads as well as wines and preserves.

    Among other it has been awarded with IWSC World’s best London Dry Gin, World’s best Gin & Tonic and a Double Gold at the San Francisco Spirits competition.

    There is a sweet grassy/floral element with savoury coriander and juniper to the fore. The flavours ebb and flow on the palate gently pushing and pulling between savoury corriander/cassia bark and sweet vanilla. There is an almost confectioned element but it is soft and beautifully done. The flavours are long and lingering and there is a crunchy black pepper, green herb spice element on the close. PWS
    Gin
  9. Herno Old Tom Gin 500ml
    Herno Old Tom Gin 500ml
    Like the Sloe Gin the Hernö Old Tom Gin is made from the same distilled gin as Hernö Gin, but with an extra amount of Meadowsweet added in the distillation and after diluting it down to 43% we add a touch of sugar. The sweetening lifts the floral notes, releases an array of juniper and makes the gin even smoother. This is a typical Old Tom with flavours amped a little higher on the scale but overall a smoother and richer result. Delicious stuff! PWS

    Hernö Old Tom Gin is full-bodied with woody spice. Followed by bright, juicy, juniper and floral notes. Super-smooth texture with a light sweetness and botanical notes. An array of juniper, green and crispy, followed by notes of pine flowers. A floral sweetness combined with woody spice and long-lasting juniper characterizes Hernö Old Tom Gin. HERNO
    Sweden
  10. Guigal Cote Rotie La Turque 2013
    Guigal Cote Rotie La Turque 2013

    According to the Guigal's, the 2013 Cote Rotie La Turque has a similar level of dry extract to the 2010 (after that, the 2012, followed by the 2011). Inky purple in color, with masculine notes of crushed rock, cracked pepper, bacon fat, scorched earth and concentrated dark fruits, it has a stacked mid-palate, but is certainly holding things closer to the vest than either the 2011 or 2012. It has a classic style and I suspect will require a decade of cellaring to become approachable. (98) JEB DUNNUCK

    2013
    shiraz
    France
    467
  11. Balcombe Coastal Dry Gin (700ml)
    Balcombe Coastal Dry Gin (700ml)

    Balcombe is the brain-child of Barney Flanders and Cam Marshal. A coastal inspired Gin from there home in the Mornington Peninsula. Barney is the man behind Garagiste Vitners and together with Cam have created one of Australia's best and most unique gin's.

    Balcombe is composed from 20 different botanicals and contains unique ingredients like foraged Samphire, Saltbush, Kelp, Wild Fennel, and Wild Fennel Pollen from the Mornington Peninsula to give a true coastal flavour.

    We have also included Java Long Pepper, Blood Orange, Lemon Verbena, two types of Coriander and Ginger for complexity with plenty of Juniper to balance all of those big coastal flavours.

    Grain Spirit base. Great neat, with tonic or in cocktails. We prefer to serve Balcombe with a drier tonic as the iodine and saline character tends to enhance the tonic's sweetness. It makes a drop-dead gorgeous Dirty Martini and it's one of the best matches we have found for a Dirty G & T, paired with Strange Love's Dirty

    Gin
    Australia
  12. Pioneiro Moscatel Roxo NV
    Pioneiro Moscatel Roxo NV
    My love of fortified wines is no secret, in fact I am loudly proclaiming it to any and all who are willing to listen (usually that's a small group admittedly). This is a new one for me and it is one hell of a wine. Burnt fig, orange peel, walnut, black tea and a hint of fish oil all intermingle on the really complex and decidedly enticing nose. The palate pretty much follows the same line as the nose and has an expansive, detailed and surprisingly lively finish. This little ripper is a contender for my new wine of the year. ROSCOE
    NV
    Port
    Portugal
    458
  13. Willett Family Johnny Drum Bourbon Whiskey (700ml)
    Willett Family Johnny Drum Bourbon Whiskey (700ml)
    Plenty of color, and the nose says it ain’t lying. Sharp warehouse oak aroma puts an edge on an authoritative nose of honey, Indian pudding, spicy hard candy, and old-fashioned root beer, the not-too-sugary kind. Fiery and bold on the tongue as oak roars from start to finish, but the sweetness builds sip-by-sip: cornbread, buckwheat honey, King syrup, and a teasy bit of citrus peel. Long finish as the oak dies down. At this price, let’s keep it our secret. LEW BRYSON www.maltadvocate.com
    Bourbon
    USA
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