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September Hill Cabernet Sauvignon 2012, California

September Hill wines are created by the Terlato Wine Group who own many top vineyard locations throughout California allowing them to construct Premium Californian wines that are both impressive and excellent value for money. This Cabernet Sauvignon is no exception.

Cool night temperatures, in conjunction with extended ripening time, allowed the small red berries that were used in September Hill Cabernet Sauvignon to maintain a perfect acid structure and concentrate optimal flavours in the small berries. Some Petite Sirah was included in the blend, adding spice and structure. The juice was tank fermented, with six days of skin contact, then aged in American oak barrels, of which 20% is new, for about eight months.

The wine is a glossy garnet red colour, exhibiting aromas of cassis and blackberries, layered with toasty oak vanilla. The palate is ripe, round and rich, with full-bodied berry flavours and spicy notes of black pepper typical of Californian Cabernet Sauvignon wines. The lengthy finish shows notes of vanilla and chocolate with finely balanced and integrated tannins.



Meursault 2013, Bouchard Père & Fils (domaine) (6 x 750ml)

Very aromatic nose, with fruit and floral notes. Just as perfumed on the palate, this wine expresses its richness and fullness without the slightest heaviness.

Meursault 2012, Bouchard Père & Fils (domaine) (12 x 375ml)
Pommard 2013, Bouchard Père & Fils (12 x 375ml)

A gentle touch of wood does not detract from the appeal of the mostly red cherry, violet and earth-infused nose. There is good energy and an attractive minerality.


William Fèvre Vaillons (Domaine) 1er Cru 2012, Chablis (90-93) There is a beguiling succulence to the intense, precise and mineral-driven middle weight flavors that culminate in a clean, bone dry, balanced and strikingly persistent finish.

villa ponciago fleurie ‘la reserve’ 2011

Their esteem was such that at the end of the 19th century the wines of Villa Ponciago sold at the same price as the famous grand cru Clos Vougeot. Today Villa Ponciago aims to bring to life the great wines of the past, with all the finesse, elegance and silkiness that made Fleurie known as the “queen of the crus”.

“Ah Fleurie, the silkiest of the Beaujolais cru. This is a very refined, elegant young gamay with bright, soft nose of blackberry, vanilla, red roses and a hint of gamay pepper. The length is very good. This is a very refined gamay for drinking over the next three years.” 90 points (David Lawrason,

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Les Cassagnes de La Nerthe Côtes-du-Rhône Villages 2013

A debut for this new wine combining the reputation and skill of Château La Nerthe with an approachable and affordable Côtes-du-Rhône Villages.

The 40+ year old vineyard combines all traditional grape varietals for the Southern Rhône Valley: Grenache, Syrah, Mourvédre, Carignan, and Cinsault. The vineyard is 100 % CERTIFIED ORGANIC by ECOCERT.

Grenache 60%; Syrah 20%; Cinsault 10%; Mourvèdre 5%; Carignan 5% 12 months: 20 % in oak barrels – 80 % in stainless vat

The colour is deep red with brilliant purple border. On the nose, intense on red fruits with some black cherry notes. A beautiful freshness on the palate, with roundness. The finish is long with notes of candied red fruit highlighted by sweet spices. Fresh, silky textured, this delicious 2013 should drink well for 2-3 years. Grenache and Syrah dominate the blend providing both complexity and balance, while ageing in oak barrels adds a touch of elegance. ( Christian Voeux – Directeur Oenologue)

chÂteau la nerthe chÂteauneuf-du-pape 2010

“The 2010 La Nerthe Chateauneuf du Pape exhibits the rare combination of unbridled power and freshness, minerality and abundant aromatics. A well-made, delicious red, with blueberry, boysenberry, black raspberry fruit, some background wood smoke, and the tell-tale Provencal garrigue, pepper and loamy soil notes, it is a wine of finesse, power and richness that should drink nicely for 10 to 15+ years.” Score – 92 (Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate)

 In Transit $59.95

Maison Blanche 2010, Montagne-Saint-Émilion

Great buy from a solid vintage, this organic producer delivers dark plum, earth, chocolate, and spiced raisins. Fantastic concentration and length for the price.

In Transit $39.95


Henriot Brut Rosé N/V (6 x 750ml)

“The discrete Henriot labeling is echoed in this elegant wine. Like so many Henriot Champagnes it has good bottle age, shows toast as well as light red fruits. There is a depth of flavor here, the texture of yeasty mousse and apple skins going right through the taste. Ready to drink, but worth aging.” 93 Points (Wine Enthusiast)

Henriot Brut Souverain N/V 6 x 750ml)

Wine Spectator: 93 This finds a balance between its fresh, lively character and a sweet, juicy component, ending with a long, mouth-watering finish.



Beronia Verdejo 2014, Rueda

An intense nose with aromas of ripe stone fruits and aromatic herbs, with floral touches, fennel and freshly cut grass. On the mouth full, fruity and dry with a long finish. The wine has a balanced acidity and an attractive bitterness that is characteristic of the varietal.

Vilarnau Brut Cava N/V
55% Macabeo, 40% Parellada and 5% Xarel.lo
Ageing: more than 12 months
Bright pale yellow with golden highlights.  Candid on the nose with a good concentration of aromas, predominantly floral (white flowers) and fruit (green apples). Rounded in the mouth, the wine offers a perfect balance of flavours.  It is rich and smooth with a very pleasant, well structured effervescence.



Canella prosecco doc

From 100% Prosecco grapes grown at various altitudes in the hills and high plain near Treviso, where microclimate is mild and dry. Vinified by means of the Charmat method, this is an extremely appealing spumante characterized by its lively aromas and fruit and the ideal balance of acidity and sugar, which renders it both mellow and fresh. A lengthy sojourn on the lees endows it with concentration and intensity of flavors.

Hauner Hierà Sicilia IGT, Vulcano, Aeolian Islands 2013, Italy

A family effort, the winery was started by Carl Hauner Sr., a painter whose travels led to purchasing vineyards across the Aeolian Islands in 1968. Since Carl Sr.’s passing in 1996, Carl Hauner Jr. has taken the helm of winemaking production.

Espalier-trained with a North-East exposure on volcanic soils. Hierà means ‘sacred’ in Greek, and is the original name of the island Vulcano from where the fruit is sourced.

A blend of Nero d’Avola (60%), Alicante (30%) and Nocera (10%), grapes undergo a lengthy maceration and stainless steel fermentation before barrique ageing.

The wine has an expressive nose of blackberry, brambleberry, violets, dark chocolate and smoked meat. Medium-full bodied, extremely well balanced with a precise acidity and subtle, smoky minerality. A dream pairing for game meats and dense, rich stews.