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Sandro Mosele is one of Victoria's most accomplished vignerons, his celebrated editions of Kooyong and Port Phillip estates are amongst the most cherished renderings of Burgundy styled Pinot Noir in the nation. Mosele has applied his art to a precious parcel of fruit, picked off a single, modest block of vine, grown to the fully fertile soils of a lamb and beef stud, on the brisk, maritime blown coastals of Gippsland South. This is not Pinot for profit, Walkerville represents an aesthetic appreciation of fruit from the farmer, invigorated by the blessings of providence and consecrations of local livestock. A cornucopia of comely characters, forcemeats and fennel, pectins and pith, Walkerville make Pinot Noir as it should be, bucolic, pastoral, articulate of the land whence it came. Partisans and purists of bespoke presentations in Pinot, are quietly advised to pool their.. The grazier's garden of gippsland»
There are few family names in the Australian wine industry as eminent and enduring as Glaetzer and Potts, they own and operate many of the oldest and most precious vineyards in Langhorne Creek. John Glaetzer was right hand man to the legendary Wolf Blass throughout the breathtaking sequence of Black Label Jimmy Watson victories. Ben Potts learned his trade at the oldest family owned wineworks in Australia Bleasdale, established by the larger than life Frank Potts in 1858. Ben's great grandfather was the first Langhorne Creek grower to supply grapes to Wolf Blass. The Glaetzer and Potts families have collaborated for decades to achieve many of the nation's most memorable vintages. Together, Ben Potts and John Glaetzer work quietly behind the scenes on a softly spoken brand named Gipsie Jack. An unpretentiously understated label, crafted from the fruit of Langhorne Creek's.. Vital vintages from the most precious parcels»

Veuve Clicquot Champagne 1.5L MAGNUM CONFIRM VINTAGE

Chardonnay Pinot Noir Pinot Meunier French Champagnes, Reims France
Veuve Clicquot can be judged on the quality of its Brut non vintage. It is in the making of such a wine that the true Art of Champagne reveals itself. This is an art in which the House of Veuve Clicquot excels. Yellow Label reflects the superb vineyards and the consistent nature of the House style. The predominance of Pinot Noir provides the structure that declares itself as Clicquot, while a touch of Pinot Meunier rounds out the palate. Chardonnay adds the elegance and finesse, essential to such a perfectly balanced wine.
Each
$259.99
Dozen
$3119.00
Grapes from as many as sixty different Crus go to the crafting of Brut Yellow Label. Traditionally, the components are at least fifty percent Pinot Noir, up to twenty percent Pinot Meunier, and up to a third of Chardonnay, varying slightly from year to year according to conditions. The Cellar Master has to achieve the total consistency of taste, which makes Brut Yellow Label so immediately recognisable, so utterly reliable both in terms of quality, colour and bouquet. He will draw on priceless reserve wines for the blend, sometimes as much as 40% to ensure the continuity of the House style. Each of these older wines, averaging ninety years, are kept separately to preserve the unique qualities of the vineyard and the vintage.
Golden yellow, a foaming necklace of tiny bubbles. So pleasing to the nose, reminiscent of white fruits and raisin, then of vanilla and later of brioche. Note the fine balance between the fruity aromas coming from the grape varieties and the toasty aromas following the ageing in the bottle. The first sip delivers all the freshness and forcefulness, well structured, admirably vinous. The lingering aromas echo, each fruit or spice note distinct.
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