Ladoucette Sancerre Comte Lafond
Loire, France ($35.19)
100% Sauvignon Blanc
This wine is remarkable and aromatic on the nose. It displays ﬂoral notes of white flowers such as hawthorn, acacia, eglantine and elderflower. Lively on the palette with very pleasant acidity, which is prolonged by light fruity notes. Full and refreshing, it is dominated by flinty stones and chalk, typical of fine Sancerre wines. Ladoucette Sancerre is a perfect representation of what a wine from this region should ultimately taste like.
Enjoy this wine with shellﬁsh, seafood & goat cheese.
Inama Carmenère Più Colli Berici
Colli Berici, Italy ($17.99)
70% Carmenère, 30% Merlot
Inama Carmenère and Merlot show a vivid ruby core with a narrow purple rim. Pronounced nose with black cherry, soy, cocoa and violets. Elegant front-palate with fresh acidity, ﬁrm, integrated tannins and length. This Italian blend is my pick as it shows how wines from unknown regions can shine! The wine provides the richness most red wine drinkers are looking for, while keeping the classic Italian acidity I love.
Enjoy with grilled meats & charcuterie.
Kelt VSOP Grande Champagne Cognac
Grande Champagne, France ($67.19)
Dark golden yellow, amber. Showing delicate vanilla oak scent, with a touch of port wine and dried rose and violet Fruity and jammy flavors of apricot and fig. Also showing hazelnut and licorice. This Grande Champagne style is very rare! Mellow, warm, well balanced, great structure and a long finish – at least 10 minutes on the palate. The rarest and oldest VSOP on the world market.* Talk about yummy!! This VSOP is so smooth and delicious! (04775 • 750ml)