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Designation: Clos de Pont

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Designation: Côte de Bréchain

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Designation: Ascent

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Gold Medal—2018 Wenatchee Wine & Food Festival Wine Competition

Designation: Tequila Blanco

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Designation: Les Belles Filles

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Designation: Vanilla

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"Restaurants._ The best as well as the most expensive restaurants are those on the boulevards and in the Palais Royal. Here a good dinner costs from 10 to 15 fr., exclusive of wine. Restaurants of high reputation are- Grand Vefour, 79 Galerie Beaujolais, Palais Royal; Maison Doree, 20...; Bignon, 32 Avenue de l'Opera."
Augustus Hare, Paris, Smith, Elder, & Co., 1887

Designation: La Grola

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Not to be confused with the previous Martell L'Or, L'Or de Jean Martell is packaged in a remarkable crystal decanter and contains the company's finest stock of old Borderies and Grande Champagne.
"For me, this is the quintessence of Martell cognacs. With the body of the Borderies and the structure of Grande Champagne, L’OR offers a perfect balance between rich aromas and power. It is blended using over 400 extremely rare eaux-de-vie, yet it remains a model of harmony and the perfect expression of this cognac house's philosophy.", Christophe Valtaud, Cellar Master

Designation: Wartberg

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Designation: Cuvée Rot

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Offspring

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Designation: Bosco Faiano

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Designation: Champelrose

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Designation: Les Roncières

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Designation: Dubl

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The DUBL sparkling wines, there are 5 different ones btw, are part of a separate project by Feudi di San Gregorio with its own website.

Designation: Brandluft

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Designation: Terra Barossa

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Designation: "Urglück"

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Designation: Les Brureaux

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Designation: en Rémont

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Designation: Empress 1908 Gin

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More details here too https://www.empressgin.com

Designation: Limoncello

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Designation: Rosé

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Wood Aged Ports

Wood Aged Ports are those which age entirely in cask or vat and are ready to drink when they are bottled.

First of all there are the fruity and full bodied Ports, such as Fonseca Ruby, which usually age in vat for between 2 to 3 years. Reserve Ports, such as Fonseca Bin 27 and Terra Prima are of superior quality and age for a little longer. Finally, there is Late Bottled Vintage which remains in vat for between four to six years.

The large volume of wine means that the wood contact is relatively limited. As a result, the Port becomes smooth and round but retains its deep red colour, youthful vigour and intense fruity character.

Designation: Le Paradou

Revision 1; edited by charlie11 on 12/19/2018

Designation: Le Coulet

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Designation: Finca Terrerazo

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Designation: La Casona

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Designation: Les Crayères

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Designation: La Grande Ruelle

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Designation: Les Bermonts

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Designation: Chain Reaction

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Designation: Pistor

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Designation: Gaisriegel

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Designation: Mellacher

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Designation: Les Bruandières

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Designation: "Le Cornillard"

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Designation: La Fresnaye

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Designation: "Les Gâts"

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From one of Chateauneuf’s greatest vineyards, La Crau (think Vieux Telegraphe) and a plot abutting Rayas. 100% Grenache that showcases how sandy soils helps that heady varietal gain grace, focus, and precision.

Designation: Cicotto

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Designation: Fruit of the Sky

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Mornington Peninsula

Designation: Single Vineyard

Revision 3; edited by LindsayM on 10/18/2018

The wine takes its name from a single vineyard owned by the Scholz family, in the northern area of the Barossa Valley. This single vineyard Shiraz is a great example of vibrant Barossa fruit. Dense dark fruits and a hint of chocolate. An exercise in opulence.

Elegance and fineness wines, sourced from a single vineyard, planted to develop a specific variety.

The vineyard surrounding the 1905 built Ebenezer church in Barossa's north are defined by a distinct bright red clay soil. The Scholz vineyard has a remarkable lack of variation across this block. This area of the Barossa is renowned for its richly flavoured Shiraz with intense and luscious middle palate flavours. The wine from the Scholz Estate vineyard is an excellent example of this.

Designation: Colle alle Macchie

Revision 1; edited by charlie11 on 10/4/2018

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