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One of the most classic small house cognacs out there (house since 1776), and the first cognac that Charles Neal imported a few decades ago. Pleasing aromatics include notes of apple, toffee and spice. Soft texture, with additional notes of vanilla on the palate.
Serge Dagueneau and his daughter, Valerie, are the uncle and cousin, respectively, of Didier Dagueneau. Their “Les Pentes” is marked by a distinctly ripe-tasting, rich, mineral quality which comes from Sauvignon harvested at its peak of maturity. Hand-harvested, free-run juice is fermented only using indigenous yeasts in stainless steel, élevage
Light straw-yellow color. Soft initial aromas of cut apples, with secondary floral notes. A very balanced, light-to-med-bodied white wine, soft on the palate, with flavors of green and Fuji apples and lemon pie. Lingering lemony acidity in the finish.
Made of 75% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Sauvignon and 5% Cabernet Franc, this pleasing cuvée is aged primarily in tank, with only 10% aging in cask. Monplaisir is a Bordeaux Superieur adjacent to the appellation of Margaux. It is this proximity to the prestigious appellation that makes this wine a great
This is the first Rose from Gimonnet which is produced using 12% of Pinot Noir from Bouzy; the remaining 88% is a blend of Chardonnay grapes from 4 Grand Cru and 1 Premier Cru vineyards. Pale salmon pink with a very fine mousse. Delicate red berry flavors with a core
Cuvee Gastronome is so named because it is specifically designed to pair well with food. To achieve this ideal, the wine is bottled at a lower pressure than normal for Champagne, resulting in softer, less persistent bubbles.
Light yellow-green color with aromas of pear, melon and lime. On the palate there is ripe, rich citrus fruit with tinling acidity. A refreshing, zesty white wine. Excellent as an aperitif or pairs well with fresh salads, Japanese cuisine and most vegetable dishes.