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Conde Valdemar Rioja Reserva​ (Rioja, Spain)

This is not merely the history of a winery, but that of a family bound by a passion: their land and vineyards. Over the years, the different generations of the family, spurred on as they were by this passion, have faced up to increasingly greater challenges to maintain the vitality of their winery and to ensure its ongoing development, looking to the future while conscious of its deep roots in the past. When the passion for innovation is combined with respect for tradition, Conde Valdemar is born, producing wines that showcase the virtues of this land: the land of the Rioja. Combining the ability to look to the future with keeping our history alive, to create, among others, the first barrel-fermented white in Spain, Conde Valdemar Finca Alto Cantabria, or the first barrel-aged varietal Garnacha.  See more here

Domaine Jean Pierre Seve Macon Solutre (Burgundy, France)

Fantastic Domaine produced and bottled white Burgundy at an affordable price from an extremely talented winemaker.  With only 1 hectare of vines dedicated to produced this Macon, Pouilly Fuisse specialist Jean Pierre Seve deserves great credit for producing such wine at an affordable price.  A wine of great balance with tropical fruit notes, subtle oak and lees aged notes and refreshing acidity, this drinks well beyond its price point and is a great match for salads, fish dishes or roast chicken. See more here

Chateau Haut-Canteloup Medoc  (Bordeaux, France)

Château Haut Canteloup is one of the many vineyards that dot almost 6,000 hectares of the Medoc. Classified as Cru Bourgeois and located on the clay-limestone plateau of Saint-Christoly-en-Médoc, it is owned by Dominique Dutreix. If the estate covers more than 40 hectares in total, the vineyards represent about 35 hectares, for an annual production of around 120,000 bottles. Since the change of ownership, in 1987, a very important work of improvement has been undertaken, with ever more careful vinification, respect for tradition and the use of barrels for breeding. See more here

Framingham Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc (Marlborough, New Zealand)

The Framingham label was launched in 1994 with one Riesling, and has since...expanded to include Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Gris and Pinot Noir.  Framingham produces wines from their 19.5 hectare estate vineyard (certified organic since 2014) and other selected sites. This is a Star winery in Marlborough and this Sauvignon Blanc delivers smoky aromatics, with flint, bitter lemon citrus, grapefruit and tropical hints. The palate is rich, slightly chewy, with good mouthfeel, texture and harmony. Flavours of yellow citrus, currant, papaya and sweet herbs carry through the finish. See more here

Peter Lehmann The Barossan Shiraz  (Barossa Valley, Australia)

Crafted by the next generation of Peter Lehmann winemakers, The Barossan showcases the superb fruit sourced from the many sub-regions across the Barossa Valley. Parcels of high-quality fruit were carefully selected from around 40 growers to produce a seamless blend of varying expressions of Shiraz. The fruit was fermented and macerated on skins for up to two weeks, with 25% barrel fermentation. Once blended, the wine was transferred into barrels, 50% of which were new American oak, the remainder being older French and American oak, for 15 months before bottling. See more here

Bischofliche Weingutter Trier DOM Dry Riesling (Mosel Valley, Germany)

Bischöfliche Weinguter Trier cultivates approximately 95 hectares of vineyard, among them some of the Mosel, Saar and Ruwer's most legendary sites. Almost 90% of production is Riesling, with grapes crushed and pressed at Scharzhof on the Saar and Duisburger Hoffman on the Ruwer. Wines are then aged in either traditional fuder or stainless steel in their vast vaulted cellars in the heart of Trier, which date back to Roman times. The grapes originate from the steep and slatey soils of the Mosel, Saar and Ruwer. After careful picking and selection, the grapes are fermented in 1000L oak Fuder and stainless steel tanks before blending. The wine rests for a few months on its fine lees to add complexity.  See more here

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