One bottle of Jose Michel Champagne-Resulting from the subtle blend of Pinot Meunier (70%) and Chardonnay (30%), this authentic cuvee, a reflection of family know-how, reveals a surprising bouquet of aromas expressing the fruity tones of black grapes as well as the finesse of white grapes.
One bottle of Dornfelder red wine from Michael Nahe- Dornfelder is a dark-skinned variety of grape of German origin used for red wine. It was created by August Herold (1902-1972) at the grape breeding institute in Weinsberg in the Württemberg region in 1955
One bottle of Vire-Clesse-is a rather young appellation, defined in 1998, in
replacement of the Macon-Viré and Macon-Clessé appellations.
Viré and Clessé are two villages of the south of Burgundy, near
Macon, with a particular terroir. Here we have marl and limestone
soils, and we can also find Cray, a type of limestone soil patched
with white rocks, especially good for the Chardonnay.
One bottle of Tamaral Roble Ribera del Duero- Youthful flavours of red fruit and wild berries overlaid with vanilla from the Oak. The palate is expressive with good acidity and a pleasant finish.
One bottle of Chateau Montifaud VSOP Cognac-10 years of age among which only 8 months in new wood. Golden color, notes of vine neaf among a clear presence of linden-tea. Evolving toward dried flowers aromas. A fruity Cognac: pear and apricot flavours. Suppleness and fineness on the palate Chateau de Montifaud (Montifaud-Castle) has been owned by the Vallet family for five generations. Deeds executed by notaries in the 18th and 19th centuries are held within the family records
One bottle of Jean Juviniere 2009 LBV Port wine