A Timeless Classic
Home to some of the oldest wine regions in the world, Italy is considered one of the finest winemakers out there. And with its huge variety of grapes spread over diverse terrain, the country is famed for its wide selection of red wines. Choosing the right one for you can be a daunting task, but as a leading online seller of quality wines with Sicilian origins, you can trust our pick of the best types of Italian red wines.
Intricate And Graceful
Argentina produces a large number of red wines, all rich in flavour. Popular grapes include malbec, with examples including the Terroir Series IV (both the Finca Orellana Trapiche and Finca Ambrosia Trapiche bottles) from 2011, or 2014’s Gran Mascota Malbec. Other grapes commonly grown in Argentina include pinot noir and sauvignon. When it comes to excellent pinot noir, both Melodias Winemakers (with their 2014 sample) and Humberto Canale (with their 2013 selection) make their own smokey, oaked flavours.
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FACTS AND FIGURES
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SPIRITS AND LIQUERES
At the beginning of the 19th century Vincenza Canale, the owner of the Hotel Casa Mariantonia in the island of Capri, was the first person to offer her guests limoncello, made with the lemons from the hotel garden. Limoncello di Capri sources its lemons from the gardens of Sorrento e Capri.
Aged for 25 years, Pale and Dry is a unique blend of Cognacs that showcase the Delamain style. Blended seperately the two Cognacs are then joined together and married for a further two years, to create a stunning Cognac. A powerful floral bouquet with a lingering aftertaste of vanilla.
Intense, heavily sherried, whiffs of sooty smoke, tobacco, liquorice, black cherries, roasting chestnuts, old leather, cocoa powder, stewed prunes, very complex. Rich and luxurious, bitter dark chocolate, coffee, cherry liqueur, powerful oak flavours, cloves, treacle toffee, liquorice, spicy dried black fruits.
Plantation XO Rum.... History
The Ferrand Estate, family owned and operated since 1702 is personally managed by M. Pierre Ferrand. All Ferrand cognacs are made from grapes grown exclusively in Grande Champagne, the first growth district of the Cognac region.
Production standards far exceed those used to make VS, VSOP, Napoleon and The Ferrand Estate, family owned and operated since 1702 is personally managed by M. Pierre Ferrand. All Ferrand cognacs are made from grapes grown exclusively in Grande Champagne, the first growth district of the Cognac region.
Production standards far exceed those used to make VS, VSOPXO premium cognacs. Ferrand cognacs are only made with very old lots using the traditional craftsmen methods.
As a result, a Ferrand cognac took top honours at the Concours de vieilles Eaux-de-vie de Grande Champagne, a competition among Grande Champagne producers.
A blend of the company”s oldest reserves, this rum is very special indeed. Blended by our cellar master at Château de Bonbonnet then matured in small French oak casks for a further 12 to 18 months. Double aging gives the rum an incomparably round and creamy palate.