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Vista Bodega Pinot Noir 2018 (12 x 750mL), Chile

Vista Bodega Pinot Noir 2018 (12 x 750mL), Chile

Lot No: 0038-2475562

Chile's unique geographical and climatic conditions offer it many advantages for wine production.The country is very long and thin - some 4500 km, yet it is only on average 150km wide, with the land sandwiched between the high, snow-capped Ands Mountain range and cold Pacific Ocean. The water temperature of Pacific is kept significantly colder by the Humbolt Current that flows up the Chilean coastline from Antarctica.The climate and soil conditions are almost perfect for grape growing;the influence and close proximity of cold air from the Andes and cool sea breezes cannot be overemphasised. Rainfall is restricted predominantly to the winter months, and snow-melt from the Andes provides unlimited pure water for the vineyard irrigation. These benign conditions and absence of phylloxera prevent many vine diseases.Because of the temperate climate and sharp day-night temperature variations, the ripening season may be several weeks longer than normal, allowing grapes to ripen more evenly and with greater fruit concentration and skin pigmentation - often resulting in higher level of antioxidants.Now Chile has become one of the world's prime resources of varietal wine. (264416-8)

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Vista Bodega Pinot Noir 2018 (12 x 750mL), Chile

Chile's unique geographical and climatic conditions offer it many advantages for wine production.The country is very long and thin - some 4500 km, yet it is only on average 150km wide, with the land sandwiched between the high, snow-capped Ands Mountain range and cold Pacific Ocean. The water temperature of Pacific is kept significantly colder by the Humbolt Current that flows up the Chilean coastline from Antarctica.The climate and soil conditions are almost perfect for grape growing;the influence and close proximity of cold air from the Andes and cool sea breezes cannot be overemphasised. Rainfall is restricted predominantly to the winter months, and snow-melt from the Andes provides unlimited pure water for the vineyard irrigation. These benign conditions and absence of phylloxera prevent many vine diseases.Because of the temperate climate and sharp day-night temperature variations, the ripening season may be several weeks longer than normal, allowing grapes to ripen more evenly and with greater fruit concentration and skin pigmentation - often resulting in higher level of antioxidants.Now Chile has become one of the world's prime resources of varietal wine.

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Vista Bodega Pinot Noir 2018 (12 x 750mL), Chile

Vista Bodega Pinot Noir 2018 (12 x 750mL), Chile

Lot No: 0019-2475514

Chile's unique geographical and climatic conditions offer it many advantages for wine production.The country is very long and thin - some 4500 km, yet it is only on average 150km wide, with the land sandwiched between the high, snow-capped Ands Mountain range and cold Pacific Ocean. The water temperature of Pacific is kept significantly colder by the Humbolt Current that flows up the Chilean coastline from Antarctica.The climate and soil conditions are almost perfect for grape growing;the influence and close proximity of cold air from the Andes and cool sea breezes cannot be overemphasised. Rainfall is restricted predominantly to the winter months, and snow-melt from the Andes provides unlimited pure water for the vineyard irrigation. These benign conditions and absence of phylloxera prevent many vine diseases.Because of the temperate climate and sharp day-night temperature variations, the ripening season may be several weeks longer than normal, allowing grapes to ripen more evenly and with greater fruit concentration and skin pigmentation - often resulting in higher level of antioxidants.Now Chile has become one of the world's prime resources of varietal wine. (264416-8)

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Viña Haras de Pirque ALBIS Cabernet Sauvignon Carménère 2005 (6 x 750mL)

Lot No: 0042-2475138

Grape Variety: 75% Cabernet Sauvignon and 25% CarménèreTasting Notes: Deep red colour. Full of black fruits, chocolate and mineral notes. This wine presents all the special characteristic of Upper Maipo Region in Chile blended with the influence of Italian sophistication and elegance. Pairs well with roasted deer with cherry tomato sauce, or roasted veal with portobello mushrooms, celery, potatoes and toasted walnutsVineyard: Haras del Pirque vineyards – Upper Maipo Valley, ChileAge of the Vineyard: 13 years oldTime of Harvest: Harvest of Cabernet grapes selected for Albis took place during the last week of April; the Carménère was harvested on 22nd May. Altitude: 750 metres above sea levelHarvest Method: Handpicked grapes in 15kg cases.Winemaking: Cabernet Sauvignon grapes undergo cold maceration for 7 days. After yeast is inoculated, a traditional vinification takes place, with the purpose enhancing the natural concentration and ripeness of the grapes, expressing all their potential. Alcoholic fermentation and maceration are made in French oak vats for a total period of 30 days. 18 months in new French oak barrels. The wine was blended on December of the same year. Winemaker: Renzo CotarellaAlcohol: 14.8% vol. Volume: 750 mlResidual sugars: 2.5 gr/litreStandard Drinks: 8.8Best Served: 16°C (260514-23)

RRP$179.99

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Tamaya Pink Goat Syrah Malbec Rosé 2011 (6x 750mL), Limar Valley, Chile.

Lot No: 0040-2475138

Tamaya Pink Goat Syrah Malbec Rosé 2011 (6x 750mL), Limar Valley, Chile. A deep pink Shiraz/ Malbec Chilean blend! An intesne and brilliant dark pink. Aromas of sour cherries, wild strawberries and raspberries. A vibrant balance on the palate of roundess, smoothness and structure.Food Matching: A beautiful glass of wine on it`s own. or ideal paired with seafood and salad dishes.Grape Variety: 85% Shiraz (Syrah), 15% MalbecRegion: Limarí Valley, ChileVineyard: Estate owned vineyards in Limarí ValleyAge of the Vineyard: Planted in 2001Time of Harvest: AprilAltitude: 250m Harvest Method: Hand harvestViticulture and Winemaking: Hand picked grapes in April harvest. Once bunches were destemmed, the grapes were softly crushed, skin contact between 6 and 8 hours and then pressed. The juice is then coloured a lively pink on its way to the steel tank to proceed to a pre-maceration with fine lees. Selected yeasts are used to in order to bring out the fresh and fruity aromas. Alcoholic fermentation at 16°C. Harvested at the end of April, the “vin de saignée” of the best tank has been integrated in order to offer more structure and depth.Winemaker: José Pablo MartinAlcohol: 14.0% vol.Volume: 750mlResidual sugar: 1.67 gr/litreStandard Drinks: 8.3Best Served: 6°C-8°CCellaring: Ready to drink now. (260512-4) (260512-4)

RRP$32.99

$4.84
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Aquitania SOLdeSOL Pinot Noir 2010 (6x 750mL), Malleco Valley, Chile.

Lot No: 0008-2475138

Aquitania SOLdeSOL Pinot Noir 2010 (6x 750mL), Malleco Valley, Chile. Grape Variety: 100% Pinot NoirTasting Notes:The cold climate during maturation gave this wine intense fruit aromas, like sour cherries and red fruits. Thanks to the 10 months ageing in French oak barrels, the wine has elegantly combined complexity, balance and fresh aromas.Vineyard: Fundo Malalco, Malleco Valley – Traiguen, ChileAge of the Vineyard: 5 years oldTime of Harvest: 22nd April 2009Altitude: 250 meters above sea levelHarvest Method: Manual harvest in small 10kg boxes. The grapes were transported at night by truck to the Viña Aquitania winery in Santiago. The low night temperatures allowed the perfect transport conditions. Winemaking: Three days of cold soaking at 8°C in 6,000 litre open stainless steel vats. Fermentation at 25°C for 7 days with three pump overs per day. Post-fermentation maceration at 20°C for a week in closed vats. The wine was then aged for 10 months in French oak barrels. Winemaker: Felipe de Solminihac, Bruno Prats, Paul Pontallier, Ghislain de MontgolfierAlcohol: 14.3% vol.Volume: 750 mlResidual sugars: 2.47 gr/litre Standard Drinks: 8.5Peak drinking: 2009-2018Best Served: 16°CAgeing: 10 months in French oak barrels (260512-8)

RRP$99.99

$8.17
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$49
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Loma Larga Syrah 2008 (6 x 750mL), Casablanca Valley, Chile.

Lot No: 0024-2475138

Loma Larga Syrah 2008 (6 x 750mL), Casablanca Valley, Chile. 90 Pts. Stephen TanzerGrape Variety: 100% SyrahTasting Notes: Deep ruby red colour. The nose starts deeply concentrated and opens slowly into dizzying intensity, with juicy red fruits. Soft and unique finesse allied to its impressive density; incredibly balanced by a striking acidity, which enhances the final abundant flavours of fresh violet and currants and a touch of meat flavours. Very complex, this Syrah can be drunk now, but will improve the next ten years to reach its best moment. Vineyard: Own vineyards: Lo Ovalle, a sub-valley of Casablanca Valley D.O., ChileAge of the Vineyard: Vines planted in 2001Time of Harvest: 2nd-15th MayAltitude: 240 metres above sea levelHarvest Method: An initial bunch selection was made in the vineyard. When the grapes were received in the winery a further bunch selection and then a berry selection was made. Winemaking: The grapes were destemmed and gently crushed. Prior to fermentation, the crushed must underwent a cold soak for 5 days at 10°C. The must was then heated to 18°C and the different lots were inoculated with yeast strains BM 45, D80, and D21. One tank was fermented with natural yeast. Fermentation temperature of 26°-32°C. Post fermentation maceration of one week. Malolactic fermentation and oak ageing occured in 100% French oak (30% first use, 50% second use and 20% third use barrels) for 12 months after malolactic fermentation. This wine has been not refined or filtered.Winemaker: Cédric Nicolle Alcohol: 14.4% vol.Volume: 750 ml Residual sugars: 2.64 gr/litreStandard Drinks: 8.8 Peak drinking: Drink now, but it will reach its peak in 2018Best Served: 16°-18°CAgeing: 12 months in French oak (30% first use, 50% second use and 20% third use barrels) (260514-30)

RRP$105

$17.34
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$104
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Millaman Limited Reserve Zinfandel 2015 (6x 750mL), Chile. Cork.

Lot No: 0034-2475138

Millaman Limited Reserve Zinfandel 2015 (6x 750mL), Chile. Cork. 90 Pts. James SucklingIn the palate is juicy and balanced, with soft and ripe tannins, rich acidity and sweetness, characteristics typical of the variety. It has a long and harmonious aftertaste, ideal for haute cuisine. Best served between 16 and 17 °C (60.8 -62.6ºF). Fruity and intense aromas, that bring ripe red fruits as plum and cherry. Also highlights berries´ jam notes. Colour-intense ruby red color with violet tints. Grape Variety: 100% ZinfandelVineyard: The vineyards were planted in drained alluvial soils which create optimum conditions for the development of the plant’s roots. The climatic conditions (summer and autumn with no rain) and the influence of the Maipo river allow an excellent adaptation of this Italian variety, well-known as “primitive”, and the full expression of the variety.Ageing:Aged in French Oak barrels.Winemaking: Fermentation- The winemaking technique is oriented to obtain highly aromatic and elegant wines in mouth, a long maceration takes place in cold and a very gentle extraction. The grapes were manually destemmed and selected, and received soft crushing for a long, cold maceration process. Selected yeasts. Prolonged contact with the skin. Complete malolactic fermentation. Filtration- Wine cold stabilised and filtered least 3 NTU at packaging line was passed through membrane 3 µ.Winemaker: Alexis CastroVolume: 750mlAlcohol: 14%Standard Drinks: 8.3(260514-131) (260514-131)

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$44
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