Supple and round in the mouth with red fruits dominating. Notes of delicate spices and subtle woody undercurrents.
Country: France, Coteaux d'Aix-en-Provence
Region: Coteaux d'Aix en Provence
Grape: 50% Syrah - 20% Grenache - 30% Cabernet Sauvignon
Style: Rich and Intense
Colour: Clear,bright,med intense ruby red
Nose: Clean,med intense,refined nose of spiced and chalked cherries
Palate: Refreshing,dry,straightforward,med tannic,med acidic, balanced wine with a med finish. The palate resembles the nose aromas.
Best Food Pairing: Beef · Lamb · Spicy food · Mature and hard cheese · Poultry
Allergens: Organic wine (contain sulphites)
A fine and complex nose of citrus and white fruits with hints of flowers. Round in the mouth. Fresh and lively, with a lovely fruity finish.
Country / Region: France, Coteaux d'Aix-en-Provence
Grapes: Sauvignon Blanc
Nose: The wine is fresh, lively, marine with nuances of white fruits, pear, citrus with a hint of honey with aeration.
Palate: The wine is supple and round in attack then evolves to more freshness with flavors of white fruits, citrus fruits and a vanilla finish.
Best Food pairing: Carpaccio of Salmon and sea bream with a lime and dill vinaigrette. Sauté of calamari with garlic and parsley.
Red wine remarkable in every way. Laurent Vaillé still gratifies us with a great wine. Elegant, complex and very well balanced it remains a must in the Languedoc Roussillon region. A superb vintage, which has a potential of care of about twenty years.
Grape: 40% syrah, 40% mourvèdre et 20% cabernet-sauvignon
Nose: Complex and intense, notes of aromatic herbs, thyme, rosemary
Palate: Smooth, fresh and elegant
Best Food Pairing: Cheese - Duck
This honjozo, polished to 65%, reflects a clean pure style of sake, with white mountain flowers on the nose. It has a wonderful clean and soft silky texture. The cleansing acidity also provides good structure and there is a subtle fruitiness with hints of mango, peach and pineapple. Sekiya Brewery producer of Black Dot 2015 was established in 1865 based in Kitashitara-gun is located in a mountain valley pass in the Japanese Alps between Nagoya and Nagano. For hundred of years the town was a waypoint and resting place for travelers between the two cities. Sekiya Brewery was established because of the clean water from the mountains and the thirsty travelers crossing the mountains. Now it is a state-of-the-art sake brewery with a tasting room and sake-focused restaurant built out of an ancient farmhouse in town as well.