Weine, James Suckling:

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Prämierte Weine: James Suckling

Adènzia Rosso DOC 2014

Cristo di Campobello, Sicilia

46.00 CHF

Adorado Menade

VdT Castilla y Léon, Bio

  • Land / RegionSpanien, Castilla y León
  • Produzent Menade
  • KategorieVerstärkte Weine
  • Traubensorte(n)Verdejo
  • Bewertung(en)
    Guia Penin 94/100

    94/100 Punkte Guia Penin 2020

    Parker 93/100

    93/100 Punkte Robert Parker August 2018
    The exceptional NV Adorado is a product of the past, as it's a wine that is said not to have been touched since 1967. It's a blend of the three classical grapes from Rueda#Verdejo, Palomino and Viura. There is more volatility, more intensity and pungency here, but also more finesse and depth and even more elegance. It matured in a solera system for a very long time, and initially, it must have been aged under flor yeasts. It's 16% alcohol but was originally fortified to 17%, and it's very dry and tasty. There are some 2,000 bottles of this, apparently only magnums. Wines like this are almost eternal.

    James Suckling 93/100

    93/100 Punkte James Suckling July 2019
    A solera that delivers such complex and richly nutty, leathery aromas leading to a dry, minerally palate that has a very rich, layered and crisp, salty build to the finish. Drink now.

94.00 CHF

Adorado Menade

VdT Castilla y Léon, Bio

  • Land / RegionSpanien, Castilla y León
  • Produzent Menade
  • KategorieVerstärkte Weine
  • Traubensorte(n)Verdejo
  • Bewertung(en)
    Guia Penin 94/100

    94/100 Punkte Guia Penin 2020

    Parker 93/100

    93/100 Punkte Robert Parker August 2018
    The exceptional NV Adorado is a product of the past, as it's a wine that is said not to have been touched since 1967. It's a blend of the three classical grapes from Rueda#Verdejo, Palomino and Viura. There is more volatility, more intensity and pungency here, but also more finesse and depth and even more elegance. It matured in a solera system for a very long time, and initially, it must have been aged under flor yeasts. It's 16% alcohol but was originally fortified to 17%, and it's very dry and tasty. There are some 2,000 bottles of this, apparently only magnums. Wines like this are almost eternal.

    James Suckling 93/100

    93/100 Punkte James Suckling July 2019
    A solera that delivers such complex and richly nutty, leathery aromas leading to a dry, minerally palate that has a very rich, layered and crisp, salty build to the finish. Drink now.

47.00 CHF

Almirez Toro DO 2017

Teso la Monja

  • Land / RegionSpanien, Castilla y León
  • Produzent Teso la Monja
  • KategorieRotwein
  • Traubensorte(n)Tempranillo
  • Bewertung(en)
    Guia Penin 93/100

    93/100 Punkte Guia Penin 2020

    Parker 91/100

    91/100 Punkte Robert Parker Dec 2019
    The second wine in the price hierarchy is the 2017 Almirez, produced with vines aged 10 to 35 years old from their 72 hectares of vineyards in the villages of Valdefinjas and Toro. It fermented in stainless steel and matured in French oak barrels, 30% of them new, the rest second use, for 14 months. 2017 is one of the driest years with one of the earliest harvests ever, but surprisingly enough, the wines feel lighter, fresh and aromatic, expressive and open and do not show any heat. Furthermore, it feels like a fresher year in the sense that the wine integrates the oak quite well. The change here, as Marcos Eguren explained, has been in the toast of the barrels, something they started in 2015; they have lighter toasts, from a long and slow toasting of the oak, and the barrel respects the fruit a lot more. Fine-tuning continues...

    James Suckling 93/100

    93/100 Punkte James Suckling July 2019
    This has a deep and dark center palate of ripe yet fresh fruit and lots of spices and smoked meat. Medium to full body. Polished and chewy tannins. Yet focused and vivid. Needs two or three years of bottle age. But all there. Try after 2021.

27.00 CHF

Almirez Toro DO 2017

Teso la Monja

  • Land / RegionSpanien, Castilla y León
  • Produzent Teso la Monja
  • KategorieRotwein
  • Traubensorte(n)Tempranillo
  • Bewertung(en)
    Guia Penin 93/100

    93/100 Punkte Guia Penin 2020

    Parker 91/100

    91/100 Punkte Robert Parker Dec 2019
    The second wine in the price hierarchy is the 2017 Almirez, produced with vines aged 10 to 35 years old from their 72 hectares of vineyards in the villages of Valdefinjas and Toro. It fermented in stainless steel and matured in French oak barrels, 30% of them new, the rest second use, for 14 months. 2017 is one of the driest years with one of the earliest harvests ever, but surprisingly enough, the wines feel lighter, fresh and aromatic, expressive and open and do not show any heat. Furthermore, it feels like a fresher year in the sense that the wine integrates the oak quite well. The change here, as Marcos Eguren explained, has been in the toast of the barrels, something they started in 2015; they have lighter toasts, from a long and slow toasting of the oak, and the barrel respects the fruit a lot more. Fine-tuning continues...

    James Suckling 93/100

    93/100 Punkte James Suckling July 2019
    This has a deep and dark center palate of ripe yet fresh fruit and lots of spices and smoked meat. Medium to full body. Polished and chewy tannins. Yet focused and vivid. Needs two or three years of bottle age. But all there. Try after 2021.

59.00 CHF

Amarone della Valpolicella DOCG 2012

Fratelli Tedeschi, Pedemonte

  • Land / RegionItalien, Veneto
  • Produzent Tedeschi Fratelli
  • KategorieRotwein
  • Traubensorte(n)Corvina, Corvinone, Rossignola, Oseleta, Negrara, Dindarella
  • Bewertung(en)
    vinous 91/100

    91/100 Punkte Vinous May 2017
    Moderately saturated ruby-red; this is darker than Tedeschi's 2013 Amarone. Floral and herbal nuances complement spicy dark plum and blueberry flavors. Offers lovely balance and focus on the long, very lively finish. A blend of Corvina, Corvinone, Rondinella and small amounts of local grapes such as Rossignola, Oseleta and others.

    Wine Spectator 91/100

    91/100 Punkte Wine Spectator Mar 2017
    Firm tannins are tightly knit to the core of crushed blackberry, wild herb, tarry mineral and abundant spice notes in this sleek, full-bodied red. Fresh and focused, this should open nicely with air or short-term cellaring. Best from 2018 through 2027. 10,000 cases made.

    James Suckling 91/100

    91/100 Punkte James Suckling Nov 2016
    Complex aromas of currants, nuts and truffle follow through to a medium body, firm and silky tannins and a flavorful finish. Drink now.

89.00 CHF

Amarone della Valpolicella DOCG 2012

Fratelli Tedeschi, Pedemonte

  • Land / RegionItalien, Veneto
  • Produzent Tedeschi Fratelli
  • KategorieRotwein
  • Traubensorte(n)Corvina, Corvinone, Rossignola, Oseleta, Negrara, Dindarella
  • Bewertung(en)
    vinous 91/100

    91/100 Punkte Vinous May 2017
    Moderately saturated ruby-red; this is darker than Tedeschi's 2013 Amarone. Floral and herbal nuances complement spicy dark plum and blueberry flavors. Offers lovely balance and focus on the long, very lively finish. A blend of Corvina, Corvinone, Rondinella and small amounts of local grapes such as Rossignola, Oseleta and others.

    Wine Spectator 91/100

    91/100 Punkte Wine Spectator Mar 2017
    Firm tannins are tightly knit to the core of crushed blackberry, wild herb, tarry mineral and abundant spice notes in this sleek, full-bodied red. Fresh and focused, this should open nicely with air or short-term cellaring. Best from 2018 through 2027. 10,000 cases made.

    James Suckling 91/100

    91/100 Punkte James Suckling Nov 2016
    Complex aromas of currants, nuts and truffle follow through to a medium body, firm and silky tannins and a flavorful finish. Drink now.

185.00 CHF

Amarone della Valpolicella DOCG 2010

Riserva Monte Olmi
Fratelli Tedeschi, Pedemonte

  • Land / RegionItalien, Veneto
  • Produzent Tedeschi Fratelli
  • KategorieRotwein
  • Traubensorte(n)Corvina, Corvinone, Rondinella, Rossignola
  • Bewertung(en)
    Wine Spectator 92/100

    92/100 Punkte Wine Spectator Feb 2017
    Baked currant and fig cake notes are laced with tea leaf, wood smoke and citrus peel accents in this bright, tightly meshed red. Dense tannins provide firm structure. The lasting finish echoes a streak of spicy minerality. Drink now through 2027. 1,085 cases made.

    James Suckling 97/100

    97/100 Punkte James Suckling Oct 2016
    An Amarone that shows balance, depth, and beauty. Full bodied, yet refined and ultra-fine texture. Intense finish of light chocolate, nuts and ripe berries. Goes on for minutes on the finish. A triumph. Drink now.

159.00 CHF

Amarone della Valpolicella DOCG 2016

Marne 180
Fratelli Tedeschi, Pedemonte

39.00 CHF

Amarone della Valpolicella DOCG 2016

Marne 180
Fratelli Tedeschi, Pedemonte

24.80 CHF

Amarone della Valpolicella DOCG 2013

Riserva Monte Olmi
Fratelli Tedeschi, Pedemonte

  • Land / RegionItalien, Veneto
  • Produzent Tedeschi Fratelli
  • KategorieRotwein
  • Traubensorte(n)Corvina, Corvinone, Rondinella, Rossignola
  • Bewertung(en)
    Vinum 18/20

    18/20 Punkte Vinum November 2019

    James Suckling 94/100

    94/100 Punkte James Suckling
    There#s a surprisingly herbal note to this, reminiscent of peppercorns and bell pepper, but that only adds to the impression of dark cherries, dark plums and elderberry compote. Hints of vanilla and cloves. Round and very mouth-filling on the palate with a plethora of menthol, asphalt and tar, coating every extremity of the mouth. The finish has an ever-so-slight, sweet impression, but there#s firmness aplenty. Drink from 2023.

75.00 CHF

Amarone della Valpolicella DOCG 2013

Riserva Monte Olmi
Fratelli Tedeschi, Pedemonte

  • Land / RegionItalien, Veneto
  • Produzent Tedeschi Fratelli
  • KategorieRotwein
  • Traubensorte(n)Corvina, Corvinone, Rondinella, Rossignola
  • Bewertung(en)
    Vinum 18/20

    18/20 Punkte Vinum November 2019

    James Suckling 94/100

    94/100 Punkte James Suckling
    There#s a surprisingly herbal note to this, reminiscent of peppercorns and bell pepper, but that only adds to the impression of dark cherries, dark plums and elderberry compote. Hints of vanilla and cloves. Round and very mouth-filling on the palate with a plethora of menthol, asphalt and tar, coating every extremity of the mouth. The finish has an ever-so-slight, sweet impression, but there#s firmness aplenty. Drink from 2023.

159.00 CHF

Amarone DOCG Ambrosan 2008

Nicolis, Veneto

  • Land / RegionItalien, Veneto
  • Produzent Nicolis Angelo e Figli
  • KategorieRotwein
  • Traubensorte(n)Corvina, Rondinella, Croatina
  • Bewertung(en)
    Wine Spectator 93/100

    93/100 Punkte Wine Spectator March 31, 2017
    A graceful red that carries its medium to full body well, offering fine-grained tannins layered with a subtle streak of smoky mineral and pleasing flavors of ripe black raspberry and sweet brown bread. Hints of dried lavender, orange zest and spice box linger on the chewy finish. Drink now through 2028.

    James Suckling 94/100

    94/100 Punkte James Suckling
    Lots of ripe and dried fruit character with hints of black truffles. Full body, soft and round tannins and a long and flavorful finish. Drink now.

59.00 CHF

Barbera d'Alba DOC 2017

Luciano Sandrone

  • Land / RegionItalien, Piemonte
  • Produzent Sandrone Luciano
  • KategorieRotwein
  • Traubensorte(n)Barbera
  • Bewertung(en)
    Parker 91/100

    91/100 Punkte Robert Parker June 2019
    The 2017 Barbera d'Alba is a child of a hot vintage, and there's no missing its correspondingly sweet and dark fruit flavors. This vintage actually makes for an especially vibrant expression of Barbera, with solid notes of prune and spice. The fruit comes from parcels between Monforte d'Alba and Novello, from higher elevations where there is more wind and coolness. There is a pretty sweetness here and a nice balance and freshness considering the heat. You might pair this one with a beef-and-beet borscht topped with sour cream and dill.

    James Suckling 91/100

    91/100 Punkte James Suckling, June 2019
    Succulent and delicious with lots of dark-chocolate and blackberry aromas and flavors. Medium body. Soft texture. Drink now.

31.50 CHF

Barolo Aleste DOCG 2013

Luciano Sandrone

  • Land / RegionItalien, Piemonte
  • Produzent Sandrone Luciano
  • KategorieRotwein
  • Traubensorte(n)Nebbiolo
  • Bewertung(en)
    Parker 97/100

    97/100 Punkte Robert Parker August 31, 2017
    Formerly known as Barolo Cannubi Boschis (the last vintage by that name was 2012), the 2013 Barolo Aleste has been renamed to honor the youngest generation of the Sandrone family, Alessia and Stefano. The wine name Aleste takes the first three letters from each grandchild's name. The move represents the culmination of more than 50 harvests completed by this legendary winemaker and his desire to pass on the torch. His grandchildren are at different points in their respective viticulture and enology university studies. Now under a different name, the wine obviously shows the same delicate floral nuances that you get with this wine (fruit from Cannubi is always harvested first). This is a complete and exciting wine with delicate notes of wild berry and smoke backed by licorice and blue flower.

    vinous 97+/100

    97+/100 Vinous Feb 2017
    The 2013 Barolo Aleste is a wine of striking purity and nuance. It is also one of the most finessed, vivid young Barolos I have ever tasted from Sandrone. The translucence of Nebbiolo comes through loud and clear. Freshly cut flowers, mint and finely cut fruit are some of the signatures. This wine has developed beautifully in recent vintages as the oak influence is less than it was just a few years ago. Beams of tannin and bright, salivating acidity add finesse to this translucent, exceptional Barolo. Aleste is the new name Sandrone is using for the Barolo formerly known as Cannubi Boschis.

    James Suckling 97/100

    97/100 Punkte James Suckling
    Aromas of oyster shell, blackberry and black truffle follow through to a full body, with chewy tannins and lots of dark fruits. Flavorful finish. Needs three our four years to open but already excellent. Drink in 2021.

129.00 CHF

Barolo Aleste DOCG 2013

Luciano Sandrone

  • Land / RegionItalien, Piemonte
  • Produzent Sandrone Luciano
  • KategorieRotwein
  • Traubensorte(n)Nebbiolo
  • Bewertung(en)
    Parker 97/100

    97/100 Punkte Robert Parker August 31, 2017
    Formerly known as Barolo Cannubi Boschis (the last vintage by that name was 2012), the 2013 Barolo Aleste has been renamed to honor the youngest generation of the Sandrone family, Alessia and Stefano. The wine name Aleste takes the first three letters from each grandchild's name. The move represents the culmination of more than 50 harvests completed by this legendary winemaker and his desire to pass on the torch. His grandchildren are at different points in their respective viticulture and enology university studies. Now under a different name, the wine obviously shows the same delicate floral nuances that you get with this wine (fruit from Cannubi is always harvested first). This is a complete and exciting wine with delicate notes of wild berry and smoke backed by licorice and blue flower.

    vinous 97+/100

    97+/100 Vinous Feb 2017
    The 2013 Barolo Aleste is a wine of striking purity and nuance. It is also one of the most finessed, vivid young Barolos I have ever tasted from Sandrone. The translucence of Nebbiolo comes through loud and clear. Freshly cut flowers, mint and finely cut fruit are some of the signatures. This wine has developed beautifully in recent vintages as the oak influence is less than it was just a few years ago. Beams of tannin and bright, salivating acidity add finesse to this translucent, exceptional Barolo. Aleste is the new name Sandrone is using for the Barolo formerly known as Cannubi Boschis.

    James Suckling 97/100

    97/100 Punkte James Suckling
    Aromas of oyster shell, blackberry and black truffle follow through to a full body, with chewy tannins and lots of dark fruits. Flavorful finish. Needs three our four years to open but already excellent. Drink in 2021.

263.00 CHF

Barolo Cannubi DOCG 2013

Cascina Adelaide, Barolo

  • Land / RegionItalien, Piemonte
  • Produzent Adelaide
  • KategorieRotwein
  • Traubensorte(n)Nebbiolo
  • Bewertung(en)
    Parker 92+/100

    92+/100 Punkte Robert Parker August 2017
    The 2013 Barolo Cannubi is a delicately perfumed wine that shows fine aromas of pressed rose, wild berry, tar, licorice and bright cherry cola. The wine is vibrant and pristine in terms of its intensity, yet it delivers that intensity with measured precision. I remember a time not too long ago when Cascina Adelaide adopted a very different approach to winemaking with more evident oak influences. Fast forward to today, and the estate's wines are fine and finessed instead. They show a very positive stylistic evolution. Give it a few more years of cellar aging.

    James Suckling 94/100

    94/100 Punkte James Suckling February 2017
    Aromas of dried fruit, mushrooms and bark. Ripe-fruit undertones. Full body, chewy tannins and a flavorful finish. Needs time to soften. Powerful Cannubi. Better in 2020.

136.00 CHF
R

Barolo Cannubi DOCG 2015

Cascina Adelaide, Barolo

  • Land / RegionItalien, Piemonte
  • Produzent Adelaide
  • KategorieRotwein
  • Traubensorte(n)Nebbiolo
  • Bewertung(en)
    Wine Spectator 93/100

    93/100 Punkte Wine Spectator, Oct 2019
    Broad and deep, with an element of spicy new oak, this red is vibrant and full of cherry, plum and tar flavors. Dense tannins guard the finish as this plays out, echoing fruit, tar and spice accents. Best from 2022 through 2042.

    James Suckling 95/100

    95/100 Punkte James Suckling, June 2019
    Very intense aromas of crushed berries and tar follow through to a full body and firm, chewy tannins that drive the wine at the finish. Needs two or three years to soften. Structured Cannubi. Drink after 2021.

66.00 CHF

Barolo Le Vigne DOCG 2013

Luciano Sandrone

  • Land / RegionItalien, Piemonte
  • Produzent Sandrone Luciano
  • KategorieRotwein
  • Traubensorte(n)Nebbiolo
  • Bewertung(en)
    Parker 96+/100

    96+/100 Punkte Robert Parker August 31, 2017
    The 2013 Barolo le Vigne is another stellar achievement from Luciano Sandrone and his family. Since 2010, the blend for this wine has been tweaked just a bit to include more fruit from the Baudana cru in Serralunga d'Alba. This wine shows a ripe and succulent mouthfeel with ample richness and power that drives the wine smoothly over the palate. These darker qualities can be attributed to the Baudana fruit that is known for power and heft. Fruit from the Villero cru in Castiglione Falletto offers delicate perfumes and ethereal elegance. This vineyard site is home to loose, sandy soils. The combination of these two extremes is simply delightful.

    vinous 98/100

    98/100 Punkte Vinous Feb 2017
    Sandrone's 2013 Barolo Le Vigne is a real stunner. Powerful, ample and deep, the 2013 exudes class from start to finish. The addition of Serralunga fruit in the blend has added depth and structure in all of the wine's dimensions. Dark red cherry, plum, mint, rose petal, tar and licorice build into the huge, voluptuous finish. Readers who can find the 2013 should not hesitate, as it is outrageously beautiful and also one of the clear wines of the vintage. Vineyard sites are Baudana, Villero, Vignane and Merli.

    James Suckling 96/100

    96/100 Punkte James Suckling
    The aromas to this young Barolo are vivid and bright with blueberry and stone character. Full body, chewy and polished tannins and a flavorful finish. Powerful and balanced. One of my favorites. Drink in 2021.

239.00 CHF

Barolo Le Vigne DOCG 2014

Luciano Sandrone

  • Land / RegionItalien, Piemonte
  • Produzent Sandrone Luciano
  • KategorieRotwein
  • Traubensorte(n)Nebbiolo
  • Bewertung(en)
    Parker 94/100

    94/100 Punkte Robert Parker June 2018
    Luciano Sandrone and his daughter Barbara tell me that the 2014 harvest needs explaining. Many are quick to dismiss it given the difficulties of the growing season that saw abundant rain, hail and bombe d'acqua, or "water bombs," which are a dangerous phenomenon with intense rainfall in a very small radius. But hard work does pay off. The Sandrone family employed 38 people for farming, when the average harvest requires only 22 pairs of vineyard hands. Great care was required to keep the leaves and the clusters healthy. The 2014 Barolo le Vigne is bright and fruit-forward. It is perhaps more accessible in the near term compared to past editions. It delivers dark fruit nuances over a mid-weight and compact mouthfeel.

    vinous 96/100

    96/100 Punkte Vinous, February 2018
    The 2014 Barolo Le Vigne once again shows the wisdom of blending fruit from different sites. If there is a vintage where blending has the potential to be the difference-maker, 2014 is it. So it is hardly surprising to find the 2014 Le Vigne in such great shape. The red cherry jam, mint, cedar and floral notes are all finely sketched. Medium in body and classy, the 2014 is beautifully textured and inviting from start to finish. All the elements are simply in the right place. Vineyard sources are Merli, Vignane, Villero and Baudana.

    James Suckling 95/100

    95/100 Punkte James Suckling, September 2018
    Beautiful aromas of licorice, tar and black cherries following through to a full body. A powerful palate with dense fruit. Chewy and intense. Needs two or three years to soften. A triumph for the vintage. Drink in 2020.

118.00 CHF

Barolo Le Vigne DOCG 2014

Luciano Sandrone

  • Land / RegionItalien, Piemonte
  • Produzent Sandrone Luciano
  • KategorieRotwein
  • Traubensorte(n)Nebbiolo
  • Bewertung(en)
    Parker 94/100

    94/100 Punkte Robert Parker June 2018
    Luciano Sandrone and his daughter Barbara tell me that the 2014 harvest needs explaining. Many are quick to dismiss it given the difficulties of the growing season that saw abundant rain, hail and bombe d'acqua, or "water bombs," which are a dangerous phenomenon with intense rainfall in a very small radius. But hard work does pay off. The Sandrone family employed 38 people for farming, when the average harvest requires only 22 pairs of vineyard hands. Great care was required to keep the leaves and the clusters healthy. The 2014 Barolo le Vigne is bright and fruit-forward. It is perhaps more accessible in the near term compared to past editions. It delivers dark fruit nuances over a mid-weight and compact mouthfeel.

    vinous 96/100

    96/100 Punkte Vinous, February 2018
    The 2014 Barolo Le Vigne once again shows the wisdom of blending fruit from different sites. If there is a vintage where blending has the potential to be the difference-maker, 2014 is it. So it is hardly surprising to find the 2014 Le Vigne in such great shape. The red cherry jam, mint, cedar and floral notes are all finely sketched. Medium in body and classy, the 2014 is beautifully textured and inviting from start to finish. All the elements are simply in the right place. Vineyard sources are Merli, Vignane, Villero and Baudana.

    James Suckling 95/100

    95/100 Punkte James Suckling, September 2018
    Beautiful aromas of licorice, tar and black cherries following through to a full body. A powerful palate with dense fruit. Chewy and intense. Needs two or three years to soften. A triumph for the vintage. Drink in 2020.

239.00 CHF

Barolo Le Vigne DOCG 2014

Luciano Sandrone

  • Land / RegionItalien, Piemonte
  • Produzent Sandrone Luciano
  • KategorieRotwein
  • Traubensorte(n)Nebbiolo
  • Bewertung(en)
    Parker 94/100

    94/100 Punkte Robert Parker June 2018
    Luciano Sandrone and his daughter Barbara tell me that the 2014 harvest needs explaining. Many are quick to dismiss it given the difficulties of the growing season that saw abundant rain, hail and bombe d'acqua, or "water bombs," which are a dangerous phenomenon with intense rainfall in a very small radius. But hard work does pay off. The Sandrone family employed 38 people for farming, when the average harvest requires only 22 pairs of vineyard hands. Great care was required to keep the leaves and the clusters healthy. The 2014 Barolo le Vigne is bright and fruit-forward. It is perhaps more accessible in the near term compared to past editions. It delivers dark fruit nuances over a mid-weight and compact mouthfeel.

    vinous 96/100

    96/100 Punkte Vinous, February 2018
    The 2014 Barolo Le Vigne once again shows the wisdom of blending fruit from different sites. If there is a vintage where blending has the potential to be the difference-maker, 2014 is it. So it is hardly surprising to find the 2014 Le Vigne in such great shape. The red cherry jam, mint, cedar and floral notes are all finely sketched. Medium in body and classy, the 2014 is beautifully textured and inviting from start to finish. All the elements are simply in the right place. Vineyard sources are Merli, Vignane, Villero and Baudana.

    James Suckling 95/100

    95/100 Punkte James Suckling, September 2018
    Beautiful aromas of licorice, tar and black cherries following through to a full body. A powerful palate with dense fruit. Chewy and intense. Needs two or three years to soften. A triumph for the vintage. Drink in 2020.

489.00 CHF

Barolo Le Vigne DOCG 2015

Luciano Sandrone

  • Land / RegionItalien, Piemonte
  • Produzent Sandrone Luciano
  • KategorieRotwein
  • Traubensorte(n)Nebbiolo
  • Bewertung(en)
    Parker 95+/100

    95+/100 Punkte Robert Parker June 2019
    Luciano Sandrone expected this would be a beautiful year for Nebbiolo, with fruit showing the qualities of an important wine all throughout the growing season and right up to harvest. And yes, the 2015 Barolo le Vigne did turn out to be a great vintage, with a full aromatic array of perfumed rose, lavender and violet. For all of its generosity and expressiveness, with just a beautiful bouquet that sings out a seductive mezzo-soprano aria, be forewarned that in the mouth this is followed by rigidity and nervousness. That explosive bouquet might mislead you into thinking this is a rather evolved wine, but you certainly feel its youth on the palate. To be frank, this was an easy year to make wine, and it's not a big surprise that this edition of le Vigne turned out to be as classic and as good as it is. It should get even better with time.

    vinous 95+/100

    95+/100 Punkte Vinous Feb 2019
    The 2015 Barolo Le Vigne is a wine of pure and extreme grace. Silky and nuanced on the palate, with tremendous character, the 2015 is all class. Rose petal, mint and sweet red berry fruit are laced together in this super-expressive Barolo. Medium in body, with radiant fruit and brisk tannins, the 2015 Le Vigne is a terrific example of the vintage at its best. Today, the 2015 is decidedly reticent. I have seen Le Vigne open up with time in bottle. I imagine that will be the case here as well, although the wine is quite closed down at this stage. Vineyard sources are Baudana, Villero, Vignane and Merli.

    James Suckling 97/100

    97/100 Punkte James Suckling
    A tight and focused Le Vigne with strawberry, orange-peel and floral aromas and hints of hazelnuts. Not giving it all now. Full-bodied, very intense and focused. Extremely long and polished, tannic finish. Drink from 2023.

118.00 CHF

Blanc de Blancs Brut

Champagne Drappier

  • Land / RegionFrankreich, Champagne
  • Produzent Drappier
  • KategorieSchaumwein
  • Traubensorte(n)Chardonnay
  • Bewertung(en)
    vinous 91/100

    91/100 Punkte Vinous, January 2015
    (95% Chardonnay and 5% Pinot Blanc: Pale gold. Candied lemon, lime pith and white flowers on the fragrant nose, with deeper orange and buttered toast qualities emerging with air. Juicy flavors of pear and Meyer lemon show impressive depth and cut, with a gingery nuance adding energy. Bright, focused and mineral-driven on the clinging finish, which leaves behind notes of honeysuckle and brioche.

    Wine Spectator 91/100

    91/100 Punkte Wine Spectator Nov. 30, 2012
    A lithe Champagne, powered by racy acidity. Offers fine texture and flavors of white peach, candied lemon zest, pastry dough and crystallized honey, with a firm, minerally finish. Drink now through 2020. 3,000 cases made.

    James Suckling 92/100

    92/100 Punkte James Suckling October, 2017
    Dried white flowers and white peach fruits with hints of lemon. Smells extremely fresh and lively. The palate has an attractive, fleshy and tangy texture. Flavors follow aromas in the stone fruit zone. Grilled nuts to close. Drink now.

47.00 CHF

Blaufränkisch "s" Szapary 2014

Schiefer, Burgenland

  • Land / RegionÖsterreich, Burgenland
  • Produzent Schiefer Uwe
  • KategorieRotwein
  • Traubensorte(n)Blaufränkisch
  • Bewertung(en)
    Falstaff 93/100

    93/100 Punkte Falstaff Weinguide 2019/20

    James Suckling 96/100

    96/100 Punkte James Suckling May 2018
    The intense elderberry and licorice nose pulls you in immediately. This is a highly expressive blaufränkisch with a sleek silhouette that is packed with spices and minerals. A very long and almost breathtaking finish. Bottled after three years in large neutral wood. Drink or hold.

41.00 CHF

Blaufränkisch vom blauen Schiefer 2015

Schiefer, Burgenland

29.90 CHF

Blaufränkisch Zagersdorf 2012

Jagini, Wein aus Österreich

  • Land / RegionÖsterreich, Burgenland
  • Produzent Jagini
  • KategorieRotwein
  • Traubensorte(n)Blaufränkisch
  • Bewertung(en)
    Parker 93/100

    93/100 Punkte Robert Parker, June 2016
    From an old high-density plot with 50- to 100-year-old Blaufränkisch vines on the deep and loamy soils of Zagersdorf, the 2012 Jagini Zagersdorf is very pure, precise, fresh and spicy on the nose. Silky textured, with a ripe and fleshy fruit concentration, ripe tannins and great tension, this is a lovely pure and grippy red raised for three years in barrels of different sizes (500, 1500 and 1700 liters) and another year in bottle. The plot is planted with 8,000 vines per hectare (1.20 x 1.20 m) and the material is obviously from Hungary (no clones, just mass selections). Whereas the 2011 was only two years in barrels, the 2012 (and the 2013) remain three years due to the loamy soils which produces wines that develop only slowly.

    James Suckling 95/100

    95/100 Punkte James Suckling Mai 2018
    After four years in barrel, this complex and highly structured red is closer to a top Barolo than to most blaufränkisch. A very long, powerful finish with perfectly integrated tannins, suggesting serious aging potential. A joint venture by Moric and Schuster.

45.00 CHF

Bolgheri DOC 2016

Tenuta Le Colonne

53.80 CHF

Bolgheri DOC 2017

Tenuta Le Colonne

23.80 CHF

Bolgheri Superiore DOC 2015

Tenuta Le Colonne

  • Land / RegionItalien, Toscana
  • Produzent Tenuta Le Colonne
  • KategorieRotwein
  • Traubensorte(n)Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Petit Verdot
  • Bewertung(en)
    Parker 93/100

    93/100 Punkte Robert Parker, May 2019
    Tenuta le Colonne is an estate I have never visited, but I feel like I have because I spent a good amount of time over by their neighbors during my last trip to Bolgheri. This property and Tenuta Argentiera look onto each other and are absolutely blessed by some of the most magnificent positioning possible along the Tuscan Coast. The vineyard that produces the 2015 Bolgheri Superiore spans from the seashore at five meters above sea level to 150 meters. This is a darkly concentrated wine with rich aromas of blackberry, ripe current, spice and tobacco. This is a structured, firm wine that sits squarely on the palate.

    James Suckling 95/100

    95/100 Punkte James Suckling, September 2018
    The aromas of blueberries and black licorice are impressive with aniseed undertones. Tar, too. Full-bodied, dense and powerful with a chewy tannin structure and a long, flavorful finish. Very structured. A new wine from the region to seek out. Try it in 2020.

49.80 CHF

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