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Castillo Viejo Catamayor G. Vin Tannat Tempranillo 2009 (6 x 750mL)San Jose

Lot No: 0018-2473669

Castillo Viejo Catamayor Grand Vin Tannat Tempranillo 2009 (6 x 750mL), San Jose, Uruguay. . (260514-37) (260514-37)

$4.84
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$29
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Castillo Viejo Catamayor Reserva de la Familia Tannat 2009(6 x 750mL),SanJ

Lot No: 0021-2473669

Castillo Viejo Catamayor Reserva de la Familia Tannat 2009 (6 x 750mL), San Jose, Uruguay. closure. (260514-43)Grape Variety: 100% TannatTasting Notes: Intense, deep, cherry red colour with bright tones. Aromas of red fruits with notes of mint combine harmoniously with smoky notes from ageing in barrels. With a very good structure, it is round, balanced and persistent. Ideal to accompany all kinds of red meats and mature cheeses.Vineyard: 100 hectares - San Jose, UruguayAge of the Vineyard: 5 to 20 years oldTime of Harvest: 10th February – 30th MarchAltitude: 67 metres above sea levelHarvest Method: Hand-picked grapesWinemaking: Direct selection over the double sorting table. Fermentation of entire berries in small concrete vats. Alcoholic fermentation for 7 days at 24°C. Maceration over lees for 7 to 10 days and spontaneous malolactic fermentation in oak barrels.Winemaker: Alejandro Etcheverry.Alcohol: 13.0% vol.Volume: 750 mlResidual sugars: 2.2 gr/litreStandard Drinks: 7.7Peak drinking: Drink immediately or age five to nine yearsBest Served: 17°C - 18°CAgeing: 60% of the wine has been aged during 12 months in new French (50%) and American (50%) oak barrels. The rest of the wine has not been aged in oak. (260514-43)

RRP$46.99

$4.84
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$29
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Castillo Viejo Catamayor Grand Tannat 2009 (6 x 750mL), San Jose, Uruguay

Lot No: 0019-2473669

Castillo Viejo Catamayor Grand Tannat 2009 (6 x 750mL), San Jose, Uruguay. . (260514-35)Grape Variety: 100% TannatTasting Notes: Deep red purple with violet tones. Red fruits with marmalade (cherries and plum) dried fruit (figs, grapes, Orejon) on delicate chines ink background. Powerful succulent, very lusty and solid body. Presence of noble and firm tannin which will continue melting in the time. Good companion for hunting dishes, red meats especially lamb.Vineyard: 100 hectares - San Jose, UruguayAge of the Vineyard: 5 to 20 years oldTime of Harvest: 10th February – 30th MarchAltitude: 67 metres above sea levelHarvest Method: Hand-picked grapesWinemaking: Grape is fermented separately in concrete vats (5000 kg) for 7 days at 24°C. 10 to 15 days skin contact after fermentation and spontaneous malolactic fermentation in oak barrels. Maceration during 25 days.Winemaker: Alejandro Etcheverry.Alcohol: 13.5%Volume: 750 mlResidual sugars: 2.5 gr/litreStandard Drinks: 8.0Peak drinking: Drink immediately or age for nine yearsBest Served: 17°C - 18°CAgeing: 70% of the wine was aged during 15 months new French (50% of the wine) and American oak barrels (50%) (260514-35)

RRP$79.99

$7.34
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$44
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Bouza Old Vine Merlot Tannat 2011 (6 x 750mL), Canelones, Uruguay.

Lot No: 0008-2473669

Bouza Old Vine Merlot Tannat 2011 (6 x 750mL), Canelones, Uruguay.Grape Variety: 60% Merlot and 40% TannatTasting Notes: Purple red colour. Ripe fruit aroma. Great volume in the mouth, silky tannins. Very tasty with long last ending.Vineyard: Old vineyards from Las Violetas, Canelones. Age of the Vineyard: 30 to 40 years oldTime of Harvest: Between March 18th and 21st, 2011Altitude: Sea levelHarvest Method: Harvested by hand Winemaking: Manual selection of the grapes, berry by berry. Controlled fermentation at 26°C. Maceration during fermentation with 2 pumping overs a day. Winemaker: Eduardo BoidoAlcohol: 14.5% vol.Volume: 750 mlResidual sugars: 3.0 gr/litre Standard Drinks: 8.6Peak drinking: now up to 2016Best Served: 16°C - 18°CAgeing: 7 months in French and American oak barrels.(260514-58) (260514-58)

RRP$62.99

$9
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$54
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Carrau Juan Carrau Cabernet Sauvignon 2017 (12 x 750mL), Uruguay.

Lot No: 0011-2473669

Carrau Juan Carrau Cabernet Sauvignon 2017 (12 x 750mL), Canelones, Uruguay.Food Matching: Delicious on its own, or with seafood, chicken, salads.Grape Variety: Cabernet Sauvignon 100%Tasting notes: Red fruits in harmony with herbal notes are evident in the bouquet. Dry and round, very peasant to the palate. Ideal to drink with all types of meat and pastas. Region: Las Violetas, Canelones, Uruguay.The vineyard:Climate: Cool climate influenced by the River Plate and the Atlantic Ocean. Soil: Clay soils with calcareous presence and medium levels of organic matter.Harvest Method: Harvest: Hand picked and transported in small cases of 17 kg. Yield: 85 hl/Ha.Viticulture & Winemaking: These Cabernet Sauvignon grapes are handpicked and transported in small cases of 16 kilos. Subsequently they are vinified with a short maceration of 2 days at low temperature and fermented at 22ºC in stainless steel tanks.Alcohol: 13% vol.Volume: 750mlResidual Sugar: 2.0 gr/ litrepH 3.5TA 3.5 g/L*Standard Drinks: 7.7Best Served: 18ºC (260512-37) (260512-37)

RRP$26.99

$6.17
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$74
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Castillo Viejo Catamayor Reserva de la Familia Cab Sau 2008(6 x 750mL)San J

Lot No: 0020-2473669

Castillo Viejo Catamayor Reserva de la Familia Cabernet Sauvignon 2008 (6 x 750mL), San Jose, Uruguay. . (260514-40)Grape Variety: 100% Cabernet SauvignonTasting Notes: Very intense, brilliant ruby red with violet tones. Spicy aromas accompanied by notes of red fruits, chocolate and smoke. Excellent structure with velvety tannins and a long finish. Perfect to pair with all kinds of sophisticated dishes.Vineyard: 100 hectares - San Jose, UruguayAge of the Vineyard: 5 to 20 years oldTime of Harvest: 10th February – 30th MarchAltitude: 67 metres above sea levelHarvest Method: Hand-pickedWinemaking: Direct selection over the double sorting table, fermentation of entire berries in small concrete vats, alcoholic fermentation for 7 days at 24°C maceration over lees during 7 to 10 days and spontaneous malolactic fermentation in oak barrels.Winemaker: Alejandro EtcheverryAlcohol: 13.5% vol.Volume: 750 mlResidual sugars: 2.2 gr/litreStandard Drinks: 8.0Peak drinking: Enjoy nowBest Served: 17°C - 18°CAgeing: 12 months in French oak barrels (260514-40)

RRP$46.99

$6.50
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$39
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Gimenez Mendez LYM Tannat 2009 (6 x 750mL), Canelones, Uruguay.

Lot No: 0003-2473669

Gimenez Mendez LYM Tannat 2009 (6 x 750mL), Canelones, Uruguay. Grape Variety: 100% TannatTasting Notes: This is a dark wine with a chocolate, plum core. Quite deep and dense but not overbearing. Vineyard: Las Brujas, MontevideoAge of the Vineyard: Time of Harvest:Altitude: 80-90 metres above sea levelHarvest Method: Hand harvestedWinemaking: Traditional Winemaker: Luis Gimenez Mendez & Mauro Gimenez Mendez Alcohol: 14% vol.Volume: 750 mlResidual sugars: 1.9 gr/litreStandard Drinks: 8.3Peak drinking: Ready to drink nowBest Served: 18°CAgeing: Aged in 1st use French oak (260514-13) (260514-13)

RRP$189.99

$8.17
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$49
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Bouza A8 Unique Parcel Tannat 2010 (6 x 750mL), Canelones, Uruguay.

Lot No: 0007-2473669

Bouza A8 Unique Parcel Tannat 2010 (6 x 750mL), Canelones, Uruguay.Grape Variety: 100% Tannat Tasting Notes: Intense red colour with some violet tonalities. Intense aroma, earthy and with leather notes. Good body, balanced acidity with long last ending.Vineyard: Plot A8 from Melilla, MontevideoAge of the Vineyard: 10 years oldTime of Harvest: March 14th, 2011Altitude: Sea levelHarvest Method: Harvested by handWinemaking: Manual selection of the grapes, berry by berry. Controlled fermentation at 26º C with 2 pump overs and 1 pigeage a day.Winemaker: Eduardo BoidoAlcohol: 14.0% vol.Volume: 750 mlResidual sugars: 2.5 gr/litre Standard Drinks: 8.3Peak drinking: 2013 to 2020 Best Served: 16°C -18°CAgeing: 15 months in French and American oak barrels. (260514-50) (260514-50)

RRP$149.99

$9
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$54
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Carrau 1752 Gran Tradicion Red Blend 2009 (6 x 750mL), Rivera, Uruguay.

Lot No: 0010-2473669

Carrau 1752 Gran Tradicion Red Blend 2009 (6 x 750mL), Rivera, Uruguay. Grape Variety: 50% Tannat, 30% Cabernet Franc, and 20% Cabernet Sauvignon.Tasting Notes: Bright, fine in texture and clear in flavour. Currant and blackberry fruit flavours are present throughout, with hints of pepper and oak on the finish.Vineyard: Cerro Chapeu–Rivera, UruguayAge of the Vineyard: 20 years oldTime of Harvest: Cabernet Franc February 2009 - Cabernet Sauvignon and Tannat March 2009 Altitude: Over 300 metres above sea levelHarvest Method: Hand picked and transported in small cases of 15 kg.Winemaking: Crushed over the tanks and 30% whole berries. Traditional maceration in open tanks for 10 to 15 days. The blend is aged in new French oak barrels for 18 months and bottled with minimal handling for the wine.Winemaker: Francisco CarrauAlcohol: 13.0% vol. Volume: 750 mlResidual sugars: 2.2 gr/litreStandard Drinks: 7.7Peak drinking: 2013-2015Best Served: 21°CAgeing: Aged in new French oak barrels for 18 months (260512-44) (260512-44)

RRP$55.99

$9
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$54
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Carrau Tannat de Reserva 2011 (6 x 750mL), Canelones, Uruguay.

Lot No: 0014-2473669

Carrau Tannat de Reserva 2011 (6 x 750mL), Canelones, Uruguay. Grape Variety: 100% TannatTasting Notes: Classic cedar and violet in the nose. Plums are evident on the palate, roundness and smooth tannins contribute to harmony, complexity, and balance. It Serve with red meat, aged cheeses and chocolate desserts.Vineyard: Las Violetas - Canelones, UruguayAge of the Vineyard: 20 yearsTime of Harvest: 5th March 2011Altitude: Sea level Harvest Method: Hand-picked Winemaking: Grapes are crushed over open tanks without pumping and maceration is done by punching down. Fermentation is completed in French oak where malolactic fermentation takes place as well.Winemaker: Octavio GioiaAlcohol: 13.0% vol.Volume: 750 mlResidual sugars: 1.6 gr/litreStandard Drinks: 7.7Peak drinking: Enjoy nowBest Served: 20°CAgeing: 12 months in new French oak and then one full year in bottle (260512-51) (260512-51)

RRP$39.99

$7.34
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$44
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Gimenez Mendez Premium Tannat 2009 (6x 750mL), Canelones, Uruguay.

Lot No: 0025-2473669

Gimenez Mendez Premium Tannat 2009 (6x 750mL), Canelones, Uruguay. (260512-24)Grape Variety: Tannat 100%Tasting Notes: Dark plum colour and deep extraction. Menthol aromatics lead to notes of apricots and spice. Full, complex and persistant. Pairs well with gamey meats or sharp cheese selections.Vineyard: Las Brujas, Parcel 17AAge of the Vineyard: 30 yearsTime of Harvest: March 22nd to 28thAltitude: 80 meters above sea levelHarvest Method: Hand harvestWinemaking: Traditional production, fermented to controlled temperature, it has been raised for 12 months in new French and new American oak.Winemaker: Mauro Gimenez Mendez, Luis Gimenez Mendez, Gastón Vitale Volume: 750 mlResidual sugars: 1.9 gr/litreStandard Drinks: 8.3Peak drinking: Ready to drink nowBest Served: 18°CAgeing: 12 months in French and American Oak (260512-24)

RRP$85.99

$5.67
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$34
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Marichal Reserve Collection Pinot Noir 2009 (6x 750mL), Rivera, Uruguay..

Lot No: 0028-2473669

Marichal Reserve Collection Pinot Noir 2009 (6x 750mL), Rivera, Uruguay.Grape Variety: 100% Pinot NoirTasting Notes: Presents a typical ruby red colour with an intense nose, showing vibrant cherry fruit with an excellent variety character. The ripe juicy palate displays sweet red fruits with spicy notes.Vineyard: Etchevarría - Canelones, UruguayAge of the Vineyard: Vines planted in 1999Time of Harvest: Early FebruaryAltitude: 30 metres above sea levelHarvest Method: Manually collected in 18 kg boxes.Winemaking: After working hard in managing the vineyard to achieve the optimal ripeness of the grapes, these are picked by hand in February, normally during the first fortnight. The fact that it is short-cycled means that it is the first red grape they harvest. This is very good in terms of climate, as they have a high rate of harvests with the desired polyphenolic ripeness. The grapes are promptly carried into the winery avoiding the raise of temperature and preventing the beginning of the oxidation process. Once in the winery, after carefully selecting bunches, the harvest is destemmed and soft pressure is applied on the grapes to allow very little juice to drain off the fruit. Then the product is kept refrigerated in the vat in order to delay the alcoholic fermentation and to extract the very best the Pinot Noir grape has to offer from its tender skin. This stage may last up to 5 days after which the alcoholic fermentation at controlled temperature begins. When there is no more sugar to ferment, the separation of the skin from the wine is determined by tasting, which is always around the time when the fermentation ends. Part of the malolactic fermentation takes place in the vat while another part is divided into first, second and third use French and American oak barrels. Winemakers: Juan Andrés & Alejandro MarichalAlcohol: 14.0% vol.Volume: 750 mlResidual sugars: 1.8 gr/litreStandard Drinks: 8.3Peak drinking: 2012-2015Best Served: 14°C - 16°CAgeing: 12 months in new American and French oak barrels (30% of the wine without oak in order to keep the best expression of the variety). (260512-59) (260512-59)

RRP$59.99

$10.67
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$64
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