Showing deep straw/gold in the glass with refined floral and honeyed citrus scents and elegant, medium-sweet, honeyed lemon citrus, drying mineral, well-balanced acidity and lingering lemon honey on the finish.
Deep ruby colour; smoky, blackberry and black cherry with oak spice and a note of leather. Medium-bodied, dry with exuberant acidity, pencil lead and black fruit flavours with a tannic note on the finish.
Expressive nose; generous oak with vanilla and spices along with black berry fruits. The barely rough tannins are well wrapped and covered by toasted notes. Good length in the slightly warm finish.
Crystal-clear Armagnac takes a bit of getting used to. That being said, there are floral, raspberry/kirsch, vanilla, anise notes to this unique spirit. Pure, clean, fruity and moderately spicy; there’s cherry and nutmeg on the palate. Could be a rather interesting cocktail base for creative bartenders (behind the wood and at home) to experiment with.
This wine attests to Mâcon as a great destination for those seeking delicious Burgundy at an affordable price. Medium body with fresh acid and delicate notes of mushrooms, lemon and butter. A great match for wild mushroom risotto.
An inviting nose of plums, prunes, blackberry, mocha, vanilla and smoky-peppery notes. The black fruits are generous on the palate and bolstered by baking spices and pepper. It’s a nicely aged Shiraz with a smooth delivery.