Wines for connoisseurs

Active filters

<p>The Brunello di Montalcino "Vigna Loreto" comes from the bunches of a red grape variety which, especially in Tuscany, manages to express itself on sublime qualitative levels, Sangiovese. The grapes of this variety are carefully selected during the harvest by the Mastrojanni winery team, so as to guarantee only the best of the terroir of origin.</p> <ul> <li><strong>Process:</strong> The grapes , once they arrive in the premises used for winemaking, they ferment alcoholicly. We then proceed with the aging phase, in which the wine remains for 36 months to rest in Allier oak barrels; after bottling, a further period of maturation takes place, which lasts in glass for 8 months.</li> <li><strong>Characteristics:</strong> The "Vigna Loreto" is a Brunello di Montalcino DOCG which, in the glass, it takes on deep and compact contours, which recall the color of ruby. The range of perfumes that envelops the nose is assembled on mainly fruity notes, embellished with light touches of sweet spices. On the palate it has an excellent structure, full-bodied and energetic, with a muscular sip that hits the palate without lingering too much, however proving to be very pleasant thanks to the velvety tannic texture.</li> <li><strong>Pairings:</strong> Perfect to accompany pork shank with juniper berries, like all great reds it is also excellent sipped alone, as a meditation wine.</li> </ul> <p><strong>SIZE / WEIGHT:</strong> 0,75 l bottles</p> <p><strong>ORIGIN:</strong> Tuscany.</p> <p><strong>GRAPES:</strong> 100% Sangiovese.</p> <p><strong>ALCOHOL:</strong> 14% vol.</p> <p><strong>SERVING TEMPERATURE:</strong> Temperature between 12/18°C.</p> <p><strong>STORAGE METHOD:</strong> in a cool place away from sunlight.</p> <p><strong>SPECIFIC NOTES:</strong> Contains sulphites.</p> <p><strong>PRODUCER:</strong> Poderi Loreto and San Pio - Castelnuovo dell'Abate Montalcino (Siena).</p> <h3>Cantine Mastrojanni</h3> <p>Since 1975, Mastrojanni has written history with his wines, collecting awards all over the world. And in those years, very few began a winemaking adventure in Montalcino. Today, thanks to an exceptional terroir and to men who have believed in it for decades, Mastrojanni is one of the most respected Brunello di Montalcino companies by connoisseurs. These places have been sparsely populated and little cultivated throughout the history of humanity: the earth is therefore virgin, clean, free of any pollutant that, at the hands of man, could have defaced it. In this land, in 1975, the lawyer Gabriele Mastrojanni bought the San Pio and Loreto farms and decided to plant the first vineyards which still partly produce our wines today. Others, before him, starting with the pioneer Biondi-Santi, had had the same experience and the area had clearly answered that the best vine for these lands is Sangiovese Grosso. Mastrojanni, wanting to make a great Brunello, planted almost exclusively Sangiovese. In those same years Maurizio Castelli, still our oenologist today, became the company's reference consultant. The Mastrojanni family, who lived in Rome and came to Montalcino occasionally, decided to put their trust in Andrea Machetti who offered to follow the evolution of the company full-time. Andrea started in 1992 and his passionate work allowed Mastrojanni to grow abroad and in production, perhaps beyond the initial dream of being a lawyer. Today a point of reference for the company and the Illy group. Andrea Machetti in 1992 took over the reins of the company to transform it into one of the most respected producers of Montalcino. Of few words, he now knows deeply every vine in the company, Andrea is always there, following every single detail and knows that this is the only way to make a great wine: to be at his service. Maurizio Castelli, world-renowned oenologist for his great wines, is like Andrea and like all of us an "anti-interventionist": he tries to let the wine make its own evolution, dictated by his nature. But it is clear that a winemaker is like a doctor, and he must understand when there is a problem and know how to cure it. His trick, like that of the best doctors, is "prevention". That is, working in advance, through careful and continuous presence in the company and systematic checks to preserve the wine. Thanks to the approach given by Andrea and Maurizio, Mastrojanni's wines continue to be an excellence of the Montalcino area.</p>
Price zł777.99

<p>Son of a vintage that experienced a short summer and a sunny and dry September, prodigal of considerable temperature variations, Mastrojanni's Brunello di Montalcino is a confirmation of what is a great cellar, for decades capable of punctually give high quality wines. It rests for 36 months in Allier oak barrels, to tell the sip a story made of noble tannins, powerful structure and great acid finesse. It is not just any Brunello, capable of wonderfully enhancing the terroir from which it comes, and also capable of making us remember what excellence the lands of China hide.</p> <ul> <li><strong>Process:</strong> Produced entirely from Sangiovese grapes, harvested by hand once they have reached full maturity. Following fermentation, the wine ages for 36 months in Allier oak barrels and for at least 6 months in glass before being placed on the market.</li> <li><strong>Characteristics:</strong> In the glass it it has a brilliant ruby red color with purplish reflections. The nose is intense and classic, with fragrant hints of sour cherry and black cherry. In the mouth it is intense and tannic, with a nice sapidity.</li> <li><strong>Pairings:</strong> This wine goes wonderfully with game and lamb-based dishes, but also red meat cooked on the grill and aged cheeses</li> </ul> <p><strong>SIZE / WEIGHT:</strong> Bottles of 0,75 l</p> <p><strong>ORIGIN:</strong> Tuscany.</p> <p><strong>GRAPES:</strong> 100% Sangiovese.</p> <p><strong>ALCOHOL:</strong> 15% vol.</p> <p><strong>SERVING TEMPERATURE:</strong> Temperature between 12/18°C.</p> <p><strong>STORAGE METHOD:</strong> in a cool place away from sunlight.</p> <p><strong>SPECIFIC NOTES:</strong> Contains sulphites.</p> <p><strong>PRODUCER:</strong> Poderi Loreto e S an Pio - Castelnuovo dell'Abate Montalcino (Siena).</p> <h3>Cantine Mastrojanni</h3> <p>Since 1975, Mastrojanni has written history with his wines, collecting awards all over the world. And in those years, very few began a winemaking adventure in Montalcino. Today, thanks to an exceptional terroir and to men who have believed in it for decades, Mastrojanni is one of the most respected Brunello di Montalcino companies by connoisseurs. These places have been sparsely populated and little cultivated throughout the history of humanity: the earth is therefore virgin, clean, free of any pollutant that, at the hands of man, could have defaced it. In this land, in 1975, the lawyer Gabriele Mastrojanni bought the San Pio and Loreto farms and decided to plant the first vineyards which still partly produce our wines today. Others, before him, starting with the pioneer Biondi-Santi, had had the same experience and the area had clearly answered that the best vine for these lands is Sangiovese Grosso. Mastrojanni, wanting to make a great Brunello, planted almost exclusively Sangiovese. In those same years Maurizio Castelli, still our oenologist today, became the company's reference consultant. The Mastrojanni family, who lived in Rome and came to Montalcino occasionally, decided to put their trust in Andrea Machetti who offered to follow the evolution of the company full-time. Andrea started in 1992 and his passionate work allowed Mastrojanni to grow abroad and in production, perhaps beyond the initial dream of being a lawyer. Today a point of reference for the company and the Illy group. Andrea Machetti in 1992 took over the reins of the company to transform it into one of the most respected producers of Montalcino. Of few words, he now knows deeply every vine in the company, Andrea is always there, following every single detail and knows that this is the only way to make a great wine: to be at his service. Maurizio Castelli, world-renowned oenologist for his great wines, is like Andrea and like all of us an "anti-interventionist": he tries to let the wine make its own evolution, dictated by his nature. But it is clear that a winemaker is like a doctor, and he must understand when there is a problem and know how to cure it. His trick, like that of the best doctors, is "prevention". That is, working in advance, through careful and continuous presence in the company and systematic checks to preserve the wine. Thanks to the approach given by Andrea and Maurizio, Mastrojanni's wines continue to be an excellence of the Montalcino area</p>
Price zł399.99

<p>The Toscana Rosso Il Pareto comes from the vineyards of the historic Tenuta di Nozzole farm, in the Florentine municipality of Greve in Chianti. The ancient Nozzole farm dates back to around 1300 and has always been famous for the production of excellent quality wines.</p> <ul> <li><strong>Process:</strong> Produced with Cabernet Sauvignon grapes, aging in steel for the first 2 months, then toasted French oak barrels of 225 liters with turnover. Aging in the bottle for a minimum of 6 months, it becomes a dry, persistent, elegant wine with soft and widespread tannins. Il Pareto is the company's cru, a great undertaking and a successful bet for Cabernet Sauvignon in Chianti. It is produced only in the best years.</li> <li><strong>Characteristics:</strong> Intense ruby red colour. Its scent is harmonious and spicy, with hints of wild berries. In the mouth it is powerful and deep, dense and intense with rare tannins. Pairings: It goes well with meats, roasts, game, aged cheeses.</li> </ul> <p><strong>SIZE / WEIGHT:</strong> Bottles of 0,75 l.</p> <p><strong>ORIGIN:</strong> Tuscany.</p> <p><strong>GRAPES:</strong> 100% Cabernet Sauvignon.</p> <p><strong>ALCOHOL:</strong> 14% vol.</p> <p><strong>SERVING TEMPERATURE:</strong> Temperature between 12/18°C.</p> <p><strong>STORAGE METHOD:</strong> in a cool and far away place from sunlight.</p> <p><strong>SPECIFIC NOTES:</strong> Contie nor sulphites.</p> <p><strong>PRODUCER:</strong> Ambrogio and Giovanni Folonari Tenute sarl - Location Passo dei Pecorai Greve in Chianti (FI).</p> <h3>Tenuta di Nozzole</h3> <p>Greve in Chianti is the northernmost Chianti Classico sub-area on the border with Florence. Crossed from north to south by the river Greve, one of the three rivers of the Chianti Classico, it is characterized by soils rich in clay and marl and a continental climate. These pedoclimatic aspects characterize the production of Chianti Classico of the Tenuta di Nozzole in power and elegance. Sangiovese is the absolute protagonist of the Nozzole Estate, where, in a unique ecosystem of Mediterranean maquis, it expresses all its potential. Used alone in the vintage, reserve and grand selection versions, it is aged in small toasted wood and in large seasoned oak barrels, a symbol of the Tuscan tradition, depending on the wine project. The Sangiovese is flanked by a Chardonnay vineyard called Le Bruniche where the estate's white is produced and two historic Cabernet Sauvignon vineyards for the production of the Supertuscan Il Pareto. A farm dating back to 1300 with 385 hectares of land, of which about 90 are specialized vineyards and 15 are olive groves, was purchased by the Folonari family in 1971. The Villa di Nozzole is located at the top of the hill which rises from 150 meters to about 300 meters above sea level sea level. The large barrique cellar and the vault of the historical vintages are two architectural exclusivity of the estate which offers the possibility of guided tours and tastings of all the wines of the Folonari estates.</p>
Price zł399.99

<p>In the 1970s and 1980s, some ambitious winemakers began to shy away from the strict rules of Chianti Classico. Their dissatisfaction with the mediocrity of the contemporary Tuscan wine scene has unleashed a <strong>wave of creativity</strong> and <strong>experimentation</strong> with high quality grapes, clones and winemaking techniques. Querciabella was born in this specific context and <em>Camartina</em> not only laid the foundations for the high quality vinification of the company brand, but also started its rise to success. The flagship of Querciabella, it is one of the few historical wines, collectively known as <strong>Super Tuscans</strong>, which have considerably elevated the position and prestige of Italian wine production on the world stage.</p> <ul> <li><strong>Features:</strong> The <strong>color</strong> is an elegant, intense ruby red. The perfume exudes rich aromas of black and red berries including black cherries, blueberries, ripe plums and tamarind. <strong>Notes</strong> of ivy, undergrowth and freshly cut bark intertwine with hints of leather, sweet tobacco and licorice. The <strong>taste</strong> recalls pronounced flavors of ripe black fruit enriched with nutmeg and sweet spices.</li> <li><strong>Pairings:</strong> To be combined with substantial dishes such as red meat in stews, pasta, meat sauce, roasted and grilled meat, game.</li> </ul> <h3>Vineyards</h3> <p>The vineyards where the grapes for Camartina grow are all located in the immediate near the Ruffoli winery, on the hill of Greve in Chianti. With its marl soils and southern exposure, the Casaocci Sud vineyard offers the ideal environment for textbook Cabernet Sauvignon, here refined by lighter and more elevated notes. On a cooler slope, Poggerino's denser, clay-rich soils typically provide the structural backbone of the Cabernet, as well as the intensity and depth needed for successful aging. Sangiovese grows in selected vineyard blocks ranging from 350 m to 600 m asl with variable orientation, from south to south-west. At lower altitudes, marl and clayey soils give elegance to the wines while higher up the sandstones become prevalent, giving the Sangiovese a juicier vitality. Camartina is produced only in optimal vintages, while micro-vinification in small batches and extremely limited bottling guarantee artisanal excellence. A delicate but precise management of the fermentation in the French oak fermenters allows a beautiful integration of the tannins and the development of the structure. After the malolactic fermentation, the two cépages are aged separately for about 18 months in French oak barrels, up to 20% new, before selecting the best lots for the final blend. The wine comes out no earlier than 30 months after the harvest and, thanks to its longevity, is sure to be a contender for the best cellars.</p> <p><strong>SIZE / WEIGHT:</strong> 0,75 l bottles</p> <p><strong>ORIGIN:</strong> Tuscany.</p> <p><strong>GRAPES:</strong> Cabernet Sauvignon 70%, Sangiovese 30%.</p> <p><strong>ALCOHOL:</strong> 14% vol.</p> <p><strong>SERVING TEMPERATURE:</strong> Temperature between 12/18°C.</p> <p><strong>STORAGE METHOD:</strong> in a cool place away from sunlight.</p> <p><strong>SPECIFIC NOTES:</strong> Contains sulphites</p> <p><strong>PRODUCER:</strong> Società Agricola Querciabella SpA - Greve in Chianti (FI).</p> <h3>Agricola Querciabella</h3> <p>Giuseppe (Pepito) Castiglioni, industrial entrepreneur and lifelong wine lover, bought a single hectare of vineyard on a Tuscan hill and set about creating an estate that would soon encompass the breadth of the region. He dreamed of producing elegant and rich wines, obtained not only from native Sangiovese grapes, but also from those of his beloved Bordeaux and Burgundy. Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Chardonnay and Pinot Blanc, just to name a few. Sebastiano Cossia Castiglioni, Pepito's son, full-fledged investor and entrepreneur, converted the company to organic viticulture in 1988, making Querciabella one of the first wineries in Italy to make use of this practice. Under his leadership, Querciabella became known as one of Italy's best and most innovative winemakers in the early 20th century. Sebastiano's passion for animal rights and environmental protection has taken organic to Querciabella one step further. In 2000 Sebastiano introduced a 100% plant-based approach to biodynamics which prohibits the use of animal products in our vineyards or cellars. Querciabella was once again an innovator in the industry and an inspiration to the region. Today that single hectare in Tuscany is only a small part of the more than 100 hectares of Querciabella vineyards. And in these lively vineyards - flanked by n n the Chianti Classico region by oak woods and rolling hills, and in Maremma by the rugged beauty of an unspoilt Tuscan coast - all the grape varieties Pepito dreamed of now thrive in the rich, biodynamic soil that has become the most important ingredient in the award-winning recipes of Querciabella.</p>
Price zł792.99

<p>Robust, mature, elegant; is the brunello produced by the Antinori family on their estate in Montalcino.</p> <ul> <li><strong>Process:</strong> The grapes are <em>harvested</em> around mid/late September . Upon arrival in the cellar, the grapes are <em>stemmed</em> and softly pressed. They are then placed in stainless steel containers for alcoholic <em>fermentation</em>, which takes place at a controlled temperature. After malolactic fermentation, the wine is <em>decanted</em> into large oak barrels (between 30 and 80 hl) and ages for about 2 years. It is then <em>bottled</em> where the 5-year period required by the regulations concludes.</li> <li><strong>Characteristics:</strong> The wine has a <strong>colour</strong> bright ruby red. The <strong>nose</strong> is characterized by notes of red fruits combined with hints of tobacco and spices such as vanilla, cinnamon, cloves and cardamom.</li> <li><strong>Tasting:</strong> On the palate it stands out for its balance and finesse; the soft and silky tannins, characteristic of this vintage, are supported by an excellent freshness, capable of giving elegance and gustatory grace.</li> <li><strong>Pairings:</strong> It is typically perfect with dishes tasty and spicy red meat or game such as stews, stewed wild boar or deer, braised meat, roasts, roast duck or chicken livers.</li> </ul> <p><strong>SIZE / WEIGHT:</strong> 0,75 l bottles.</p> <p><strong>ORIGIN:</strong> Tuscany.</p> <p><strong>GRAPES:</strong> Sangiovese grosso (locally known as brunello) 100%.</p> <p><strong>ALCOHOL:</strong> 13.5% vol.</p> <p><strong>SERVING TEMPERATURE:</strong> Temperature between 12 /18°C.</p> <p><strong>STORAGE METHOD:</strong> in a cool place away from sunlight.</p> <p><strong>SPECIFIC NOTES:</strong> Contains sulphites.</p> <p><strong>PRODUCER:</strong> Marchesi Antinori - Montalcino (SI).</p> <h3>Pian delle Vigne estate</h3> <p>Pian delle Vigne estate , located 6 km. southwest of Montalcino, it takes its name from the homonymous locality where there is a characteristic 19th century railway station. The company is made up of 184 hectares, of which 65 are vineyards exposed mainly to the south-west at an altitude of about 130 meters above sea level. Pian delle Vigne represents the personal and profound interpretation of the Marchesi Antinori of a prestigious and traditional wine such as Brunello. The company has been owned by the Antinori family since 1995, the year of the first harvest of Brunello Pian delle Vigne.</p>
Price zł435.99

<p>From the splendid amphitheater vineyard in the Bussia area of Monforte d'Alba. A historic wine, produced for the first time in selection by Prunotto in 1961. The heterogeneity of the exposure of the vineyards, from south-west to south, and the traditional aging in large barrels, enhance the balance and complexity of Nebbiolo . This Barolo "Bussia" represents one of the highest expressions of the entire denomination. It is in fact a bottle that comes from the prestigious vineyards of the Bussia cru, and which combines a strong and determined body with a range of elegant and harmonious aromas. A more than winning combination, which gives life to an always pleasant and satisfying drink, destined to evolve over the years.</p> <ul> <li><strong>Process:</strong> The grapes are selected upon arrival in the cellar they were destemmed and pressed. The <em>maceration</em> lasted about 15 days at a maximum temperature of 30°C. The malolactic <em>fermentation</em> was completed before the end of winter. The wine then aged in oak barrels of different capacities for about 18 months.</li> <li><strong>Characteristics:</strong> <em>color</em> ruby with garnet reflections, it is bright and lively. The <em>nose</em> is complex, characterized by floral sensations and notes of red fruit. The <em>palate</em> is intense, with sweet and silky tannins. The finish is long and harmonious.</li> <li><strong>Pairings:</strong> A red with an important structure, which therefore requires dishes and recipes capable of enhancing its intrinsic characteristics: with red meat and game you won't go wrong !</li> </ul> <p><strong>SIZE / WEIGHT:</strong> Bottles of 0,75 l.</p> <p><strong>ORIGIN:</strong> Piedmont.</p> <p><strong>GRAPES:</strong> 100% Nebbiolo.</p> <p><strong>ALCOHOL:</strong> 14% vol.</p> <p><strong>SERVING TEMPERATURE:</strong> Temperature between 12/18°C.</p> <p><strong>STORAGE METHOD:</strong> in a cool place away from sunlight sun.</p> <p><strong>SPECIFIC NOTES:</strong> Contains sulphites.</p> <p><strong>PRODUCER:</strong> Prunotto S.r.l. - Location Bussia Soprana, Monforte d'Alba CN.</p> <h3>History of Prunotto Cellars</h3> <p>In 1904 , in the council chamber of the municipality of Serralunga, in the presence of the Notary Giacomo Oddero and the young witness Alfredo Prunotto, the Cantina Sociale "Ai Vini delle Langhe" was founded. Among the participants in the deed of incorporation there are personalities who have left a mark in the events of Alba and the municipalities of the Langa and many small producers in the area. The first harvest is that of 1905. Difficult years follow, characterized by an uncertain general economic trend, aggravated by the First World War. In 1922, when the renewal of the Cantina Sociale expired, many members decided not to give their grapes anymore. The vintage, while exceptional, was not abundant. The winery begins to have serious economic problems and is placed in liquidation. At this juncture, the young Alfredo Prunotto met and married Luigina, with whom he decided to take over the "Ai Vini delle Langhe" cooperative winery, giving it his own name. The winery, thanks to the passion of the two spouses, soon became famous and began exporting Barolo and Barbaresco all over the world: first in South America and later in the United States, whose markets opened in those years. Prunotto is one of the few companies to believe in that economic perspective. In 1956, Alfredo Prunotto decided to retire from the business, handing over the company to his wine technician friend Beppe Colla, supported by Carlo Filiberti and later by his brother Tino Colla. Prunotto, in 1961, began to identify particularly valuable typical production areas for the separate vinification of the Crus, such as Barolo Bussia and Barbera d'Alba Pian Romualdo. In 1972, Ugo della Piana, an architect originally from the Langhe, designed the new cellar, which was to be built near Alba where the company's headquarters are still located today. In 1989, the Antinori family began its collaboration with the Prunotto company, initially dealing with distribution and then, in 1994, with the withdrawal of the Colla brothers, also directly with production, maintaining the excellent quality level strongly desired by Alfredo Prunotto. The production philosophy, attentive to every detail, and the great passion for wine, immediately united Prunotto with the Antinori family who, in this area, met a new challenge, a new terroir where to express the great territoriality of native and non-native vines. This project materialized in 1990, when Albiera Antinori, the eldest daughter of the Marquis Piero Antinori, further outlined the personality of the winery, paying particular attention to the vineyards, first among which: the Bussia vineyard, one of the most renowned in the Barolo area , the Costamiòle vineyard in Agliano, for the production of Nizza, and land in Calliano for the study and analysis of new vines such as Albarossa and Syrah. The company carries out studies, researches and performs sp experiments on the vineyards, without adopting a pre-established formula, with particular attention paid to sustainable agriculture and manual processing. Every year, every harvest, the ways and times are evaluated for the best care and management of the vineyard and the production of each individual wine, respecting its characteristics and enhancing its potential.</p>
Price zł507.99

<p>Produced for the first time in 1961, the Barolo Bussia Riserva DOCG "Vigna Colonnello", from the Prunotto winery, is a historic wine that has its roots in ancient traditions. It comes from a one-hectare cru located in the municipality of Monforte d'Alba, in the Bussia area.</p> <ul> <li><strong>Process:</strong> It comes from a <em>maceration</em> on the skins for 25 days, it rests for two years in large French oak barrels, for one year in steel and for thirty months in the bottle.</li> <li><strong>Tasting:</strong> It is intriguing and sensual on the nose, enveloping and powerful on the palate, refined and elegant on the aftertaste: it is, in no uncertain terms, a wine for special occasions.</li> <li><strong>Characteristics:</strong> Red with ruby reflections, <strong>fragrance</strong> floral (rose petal) with hints of very ripe red fruits (raspberry and pomegranate) amalgamated with spicy and balsamic notes.</li> <li><strong>Pairings:</strong> excellent with venison medallions with thyme. It goes well with meat dishes, game and cheese.</li> </ul> <p><strong>SIZE / WEIGHT:</strong> 0,75 l bottles.</p> <p><strong>ORIGIN:</strong> Piedmont.</p> <p><strong>GRAPES:</strong> 100% Nebbiolo.</p> <p><strong>ALCOHOL:</strong> 13.5% vol.</p> <p><strong>SERVING TEMPERATURE:</strong> Temperature between 12/18°C.</p> <p><strong>STORAGE METHOD:</strong> in a cool place away from sunlight.</p> <p><strong>SPECIFIC NOTES:</strong> Contains sulphites.</p> <p><strong>PRODUCER:</strong> Prunotto S.r.l. - Location Bussia Soprana, Monforte d'Alba CN.</p> <h3>History of Prunotto Cellars</h3> <p>In 1904 , in the council chamber of the municipality of Serralunga, in the presence of the Notary Giacomo Oddero and the young witness Alfredo Prunotto, the Cantina Sociale "Ai Vini delle Langhe" was founded. Among the participants in the deed of incorporation there are personalities who have left a mark in the events of Alba and the municipalities of the Langa and many small producers in the area. The first harvest is that of 1905. Difficult years follow, characterized by an uncertain general economic trend, aggravated by the First World War. In 1922, when the renewal of the Cantina Sociale expired, many members decided not to give their grapes anymore. The vintage, while exceptional, was not abundant. The winery begins to have serious economic problems and is placed in liquidation. At this juncture, the young Alfredo Prunotto met and married Luigina, with whom he decided to take over the "Ai Vini delle Langhe" cooperative winery, giving it his own name. The winery, thanks to the passion of the two spouses, soon became famous and began exporting Barolo and Barbaresco all over the world: first in South America and later in the United States, whose markets opened in those years. Prunotto is one of the few companies to believe in that economic perspective. In 1956, Alfredo Prunotto decided to retire from the business, handing over the company to his wine technician friend Beppe Colla, supported by Carlo Filiberti and later by his brother Tino Colla. Prunotto, in 1961, began to identify particularly valuable typical production areas for the separate vinification of the Crus, such as Barolo Bussia and Barbera d'Alba Pian Romualdo. In 1972, Ugo della Piana, an architect originally from the Langhe, designed the new cellar, which was to be built near Alba where the company's headquarters are still located today. In 1989, the Antinori family began its collaboration with the Prunotto company, initially dealing with distribution and then, in 1994, with the withdrawal of the Colla brothers, also directly with production, maintaining the excellent quality level strongly desired by Alfredo Prunotto. The production philosophy, attentive to every detail, and the great passion for wine, immediately united Prunotto with the Antinori family who, in this area, met a new challenge, a new terroir where to express the great territoriality of native and non-native vines. This project materialized in 1990, when Albiera Antinori, the eldest daughter of the Marquis Piero Antinori, further outlined the personality of the winery, paying particular attention to the vineyards, first among which: the Bussia vineyard, one of the most renowned in the Barolo area , the Costamiòle vineyard in Agliano, for the production of Nizza, and land in Calliano for the study and analysis of new vines such as Albarossa and Syrah. The company carries out studies, research and experiments on the vineyards, without adopting a pre-established formula, with particular attention paid to sustainable agriculture and manual processing. Every year, every harvest, the ways and times are evaluated for the best care and management of the vineyard and the production of each individual wine, respecting its characteristics and enhancing its potential.</p>
Price zł897.99

<p>Maremma Toscana Poggio alle Nane is the symbolic wine of the Le Mortelle di Antinori estate, located a few kilometers from the seaside town of Castiglione della Pescaia. It is made up of the best Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes to which a small amount of Carménère grapes is added.</p> <ul> <li><strong>Procedure:</strong> The must obtained by <em>crushing</em> of carefully selected grapes is transferred by gravity into stainless steel tanks, then sent to <em>fermentation</em> with <em>maceration</em> for 20 days at a controlled temperature of 28°C. It carries out the <em>malolactic</em> in barrique and ages for 16 months in French oak barrels.</li> <li><strong>Characteristics:</strong> Wine with a red <strong>colour</strong> almost impenetrable deep ruby, it has an intense and complex impact on the <strong>nose</strong>, with notes of blackcurrant and ripe blackberry well integrated with sensations of licorice and eucalyptus. In the <strong>mouth</strong> it is structured and enveloping, with well-smoothed tannins that guide towards a finish of beautiful persistence.</li> <li><strong>Pairings:</strong> An excellent wine to try absolutely with rack of lamb crusted with Tuscan flavours. Excellent in combination with lamb and roasts, it is ideal with all game-based recipes.</li> </ul> <p><strong>SIZE / WEIGHT:</strong> 0,75 l bottles.</p> <p><strong>ORIGIN:</strong> Tuscany.</p> <p><strong>GRAPES:</strong> Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Carménère.</p> <p><strong>ALCOHOL:</strong> 14% vol.</p> <p><strong>SERVING TEMPERATURE:</strong> Temperature between 12/18°C.</p> <p><strong>STORAGE METHOD:</strong> in a cool place away from sunlight.</p> <p><strong>SPECIFIC NOTES:</strong> Contains sulphites.</p> <p><strong>PRODUCER:</strong> Marchesi Antinori - Ampio (GR).</p> <h3>Tenuta Le Mortelle</h3> <p>Fattoria Le Mortelle is located in the heart of the Tuscan Maremma, a few from Castiglione della Pescaia, in an extraordinary and fascinating position both for nature and for the history of the places that surround it. The family has worked both on the vineyards and on the new cellar since 1999 with the belief that the area, still emerging in the Italian wine scene, is highly suited to the production of quality wines and that here the characteristics of the terroir and of the cultivated varieties. The farm extends over 270 hectares, 170 of which are planted with vines. The Antinori family has always been present in these lands. In 1863, a patrimonial deed mentions Poggio Franco among the possessions, one of the most suitable vineyards of the estate, together with other parcels of land.</p>
Price zł543.99

<p>Cote Aux Enfants (the hill of children) is so called in relation to the steep slope that constitutes it; legend has it that in the past only children were able to climb it. Yet this exceptional terroir produces an equally exceptional wine. Also used in the cuvee of <em>La Grande Année Rosé</em> champagne, this <strong>pinot noir</strong> is of such high quality that the Maison Bollinger has decided to produce it separately, as a <em>still red wine</em>. A gem! The appellation <em>Coteaux Champenois</em> concerns still red (white and rosé) wines from the entire Champagne area. They have been outclassed by the notoriety of Champagne throughout history, but they reserve pleasant surprises for those who love this territory. "La Cote Aux Enfants" Rouge by Bollinger is a <strong>100% Pinot Noir</strong> vinified in red. The grapes come from vineyards grown in a small, particularly suitable parcel, which is located in the territory of the <strong>Grand Cru of Aÿ</strong> .</p> <ul> <li><strong>Process:</strong> At the end of the harvest, the grapes are vinified in red with the classic maceration on the skins. The wine ages for about 8 months in French oak barriques before being bottled.</li> <li><strong>Tasting:</strong> The tasting attacks with aromas of elderberry, licorice, currant and cherry finishing with a light spicy note. A perfect tannic structure and a balanced aromatic part oriented towards red fruits. It has a fine and delicate texture in the mouth and a tension that gives it a beautifully long finish.</li> </ul> <p>This wine is a unique experience in Champagne! The "La Cote Aux Enfants" Rouge of the famous Maison Bollinger represents a rare and very particular label: only a few thousand bottles for this great wine that demonstrates incredible elegance, cleanliness, precision and gustatory depth. Pairings: Roasted-grilled meat, Stewed red meat, Game.</p> <p><strong>SIZE / WEIGHT:</strong> 0.75L bottles.</p> <p><strong>ORIGIN:</strong> France.</p> <p><strong>GRAPES:</strong> 100% Pinot Noir.</p> <p><strong>ALCOHOL:</strong> 12.5% vol.</p> <p><strong>SERVING TEMPERATURE:</strong> Temperature between 10/12°C.</p> <p><strong>STORAGE METHOD:</strong> in a cool place away from sunlight.</p> <p><strong>SPECIFIC NOTES:</strong> Contains sulphites.</p> <p><strong>PRODUCER:</strong> Champagne Bollinger - Ay, Aÿ-Champagne, France.</p> <h3>Champagne Bollinger history</h3> <p>The story begins with Athanase de Villermont, the youngest son of a noble family with a brilliant destiny. A great soldier who shone during the American War of Independence, he inherited from his family a large property in the Aÿ area. He immediately sensed the extraordinary potential of Champagne wines, but as an aristocrat he was forbidden to engage in commerce. He then met Joseph Bollinger, a well-traveled German who had left his home country to learn about the Champagne wine trade, and Paul Renaudin, a local man who was fascinated by the world of wine. The company Renaudin-Bollinger &amp; Cie was founded on February 6, 1829. Giuseppe takes care of the sales and Paolo of the cellar. Athanase had founded a champagne house that would last through the ages. Joseph Bollinger married Louise-Charlotte, daughter of Athanase, in 1837. In time their sons, Joseph and then Georges, took over the business. From the phylloxera crisis to the turmoil of the Great War, they would face some of the House's greatest challenges. Under the guidance of the two Bollinger brothers, however, it acquired great notoriety and considerably expanded its vineyards. In 1920 Jacques Bollinger, son of Georges, found himself at the helm of the House: a heavy burden for a 24-year-old. He faced the challenge courageously, helped by his cousins Pierre and then Yves Moret de Rocheprise; for Bollinger's strength also lies in his powerful family ties. Sophisticated, cultured and fluent in English, Jacques increased Bollinger's prominence across the Channel. When Scotsman Elizabeth Bollinger (née Law de Lauriston-Boubers) married Jacques in 1923, she too would be passionately involved in the House's fate. She was only 42 when she lost her husband at the height of the war. Without hesitation and with great dignity she stepped in to take the baton. "Madame Jacques", as she was nicknamed within the House, threw herself wholeheartedly into her new role. During her many foreign trips her natural grace and charm worked wonders. Cheerful and witty, Madame Bollinger was nonetheless a formidable strategist. She was a fearless entrepreneur, she was also very perfectionist and tolerated nothing short of excellence, she was always ready to innovate and was the driving force behind the highly original Bollinger RD cuvée. With her usual common sense, Madame Bollinger gathered around to him the members of the family who most knew how to follow in his footsteps. She first taught Claude d'Hautefeuille, her niece's husband, the ins and outs of the house. In 1950 he became Director and launched an ambitious modernization program in compliance with Bollinger's quality requirements. Madame Bollinger made him President in 1971, but she remained closely involved until her death six years later. Madame Bollinger's nephew Christian Bizot took over from Claude in 1978. A great traveller, like before him his aunt Lily made a point of meeting with sommeliers, restaurateurs and wine merchants to promote the wines of the Maison. A great president, he was known for his outspokenness and informality. In 1994 it was the great-grandson of the founder Joseph Bollinger who became head of the House. After starting his career in Chile, Ghislain de Montgolfier has continued to develop the Maison with the pursuit of excellence as his guiding light. He continues to maintain a policy of voluntarily limiting the quantities produced to increase quality, while remaining true to the Bollinger spirit. A tireless worker, Ghislain has a great sense of humor and combines scientific rigor with an enthusiasm for success. In 2007 his technical expertise led him to be elected head of the Council of the Union des Maisons de Champagne and co-president of the Comité interprofessionnel du vin de Champagne. In 2008, a new, unfamiliar President was appointed. This was Jérôme Philipon, a Champagne native who has built an impressive career with large industrial groups. It is the first time in Bollinger's history that his future has been entrusted to someone outside the family. Together with his family, Jérôme Philipon has continued to develop Bollinger Champagne and ensure that his principles and values are respected. In 2017 Charles-Armand de Belenet became CEO of Champagne Bollinger. With him, Bollinger continues to preserve its artisan tradition by incorporating the best of innovative technologies, to pursue a future of commercial development and quality for the brand.</p>
Price zł850.99

<p>One of the most prestigious labels in Valpolicella, in the Magnum version.<br />It fully expresses the tradition of the Veneto area and thanks to the very long period of aging in barrique, it is harmonious and with an expressive balance of extraordinary elegance and finesse.</p> <ul> <li><strong>Method:</strong> After the harvest, the bunches of grapes of all four vine varieties are left wither, and the pressing is carried out only towards mid-December. After fermentation, aging is carried out for 36 months in new barriques. Finally, the Amarone della Valpolicella DOC, from the Dal Forno Romano winery, is completed with two years of rest in the bottle.</li> <li><strong>Features:</strong> Intense and impenetrable ruby color. Seductive on the nose, it opens with notes of overripe black fruit, which are embellished with complex references to mocha, dark chocolate, pepper and oak. The taste is full-bodied and generous, it offers a velvety and smooth tannic texture, and has a superb and fascinating closure.</li> <li><strong>Pairings:</strong> It is not a wine to drink during a simple Sunday lunch, but it is to be reserved for important occasions. Excellent with woodcock on croutons.</li> </ul> <p><strong>SIZE / WEIGHT:</strong> Bottles of 1,5 l</p> <p><strong>ORIGIN:</strong> Veneto.</p> <p><strong>GRAPES:</strong> Oseleta, Croatina, Rondinella, Corvina.</p> <p><strong>ALCOHOL:</strong> 13% vol.</p> <p><strong>SERVING TEMPERATURE:</strong> Temperature between 12/18°C.</p> <p><strong>STORAGE METHOD:</strong> in a cool place away from sunlight.</p> <p><strong>SPECIFIC NOTES:</strong> Contains sulphites.</p> <p><strong>PRODUCER:</strong> Dal Forno Romano - Cellore d'Illasi VR.</p> <h3>Cantina Dal Forno Romano</h3> <p>Dalla construction of the estate and cellar a Since 1990, Romano Dal Forno pays maniacal attention to all the production processes, both between the rows and in the cellar, starting from the planting of the vineyards to arrive at the drying techniques.<br />It is in this cellar that the tradition of the vineyard and technology are combined and the union is productivity: here research overcomes exasperation, if a wine is to represent the Dal Forno Romano reality, it must be of a quality that can never be discussed.</p>
Price zł5,500.99

<p>One of the most prestigious labels of Valpolicella, in the Magnum version.<br /> Fully expresses the tradition of the Veneto area and thanks to the very long period of aging in barrique, it is harmonious and with an expressive balance of extraordinary elegance and finesse.</p> <ul> <li><strong>Method:</strong> After the harvest, the bunches of grapes of all the four vine varieties they are left to dry, and only in mid-December is the pressing carried out. After fermentation, aging is carried out for 36 months in new barriques. Finally, the Amarone della Valpolicella DOC, from the Dal Forno Romano winery, is completed with two years of rest in the bottle.</li> <li><strong>Features:</strong> Intense and impenetrable ruby color. Seductive on the nose, it opens with notes of overripe black fruit, which are embellished with complex references to mocha, dark chocolate, pepper and oak. The taste is full-bodied and generous, it offers a velvety and smooth tannic texture, and has a superb and fascinating closure.</li> <li><strong>Pairings:</strong> It is not a wine to drink during a simple Sunday lunch, but it is to be reserved for important occasions. Excellent with woodcock on croutons.</li> </ul> <p><strong>SIZE / WEIGHT:</strong> Bottles of 0,75 l</p> <p><strong>ORIGIN:</strong> Veneto.</p> <p><strong>GRAPES:</strong> Oseleta, Croatina, Rondinella, Corvina.</p> <p><strong>ALCOHOL:</strong> 13% vol.</p> <p><strong>SERVING TEMPERATURE:</strong> Temperature between 12/18°C.</p> <p><strong>STORAGE METHOD:</strong> in a cool place away from sunlight.</p> <p><strong>SPECIFIC NOTES:</strong> Contains sulphites.</p> <p><strong>PRODUCER:</strong> Dal Forno Romano - Cellore d'Illasi VR.</p> <h3>Cellar From the Forno Romano</h3> <p>Since the construction of the estate and the cellar in 1990, Romano Dal Forno has paid obsessive attention to all the production processes, both between the rows and in the cellar, starting from the planting of the vineyards to arrive at the drying techniques.<br /> It is in this cellar that tradition of the vineyard and technology come together and the union is productivity: here research overcomes exasperation , if a wine is to represent the Dal Forno Romano reality, it must be of a quality that can never be discussed.</p>
Price zł2,500.99

<p>The quality of the grapes to be used for the Riserva type, produced only in the best years, is initially determined with rigorous manual selection in the Pianrosso vineyards, followed subsequently by a long maceration on the marc and a prolonged aging in barrels and in bottles.</p> <ul> <li><strong>Features:</strong> Intense, broad and complex aromas. Fruity, spicy, sometimes ethereal: the notes of ripe red berry fruit harmonize pleasantly with multiple spices; the <em>taste</em> is warm, harmonious with pronounced but soft tannins; a full-bodied wine with a long taste-olfactory persistence that will evolve further with a long aging in the bottle.</li> <li><strong>Pairings:</strong> Suitable to accompany mainly structured main courses of jugged meat, game roasts and furred game. Appropriate with very aged cheeses or tasted only as a meditation wine.</li> </ul> <p><strong>SIZE / WEIGHT:</strong> 0,75 l bottles.</p> <p><strong>ORIGIN:</strong> Tuscany.</p> <p><strong>GRAPES:</strong> 100% Sangiovese.</p> <p><strong>ALCOHOL:</strong> 15% vol.</p> <p><strong>SERVING TEMPERATURE:</strong> Temperature between 12/18°C.</p> <p><strong>STORAGE METHOD:</strong> in a cool place away from sunlight.</p> <p><strong>SPECIFIC NOTES:</strong> Contains sulphites.</p> <p><strong>PRODUCER:</strong> Ciacci Piccolomini D'Aragona - Località Molinello, Montalcino (SI).</p> <h3>Ciacci Piccolomini D'Aragona Winery</h3> <p>The estate boasts its origins dating back to the 17th century and preserves its historical heritage in a palace erected in the same period by the Montalcino Bishop and Abbot of the Abbey of S. Antimo, Fabivs de' Vecchis. Upon the Bishop's death, the Palace was put up for auction together with the vast agricultural properties following the Italian law on the assets of the Ecclesiastical Axis and purchased on 16 September 1868 by the Countess Eva Bernini Cerretani. On 31 December 1877, Countess Cerretani in turn sold the entire estate to the Castelnuovese dei Ciacci family. Following the marriage that took place in the first half of the 1900s between Count Alberto Piccolomini of Aragon, descendant of the lineage of Enea Silvio Piccolomini known as Pope Pius II, and Miss Elda Ciacci, the so-called Palazzo del Vescovo became Palazzo Ciacci Piccolomini d' Aragon. In 1985, with the extinction of the family, the property was bequeathed to Giuseppe Bianchini, already factor of the estate for many years now, who applied a totally new and avant-garde production philosophy for those years, developing and increasing production, quality of the wines and opening the export of our products in the world. Giuseppe passed away in February 2004, leaving the task of continuing his work to his children Paolo and Lucia.</p>
Price zł999.99

<p>Born from one of the most prestigious vineyards in Italy, this red red wine is harmonious and velvety, with important tannins and a finish of fruit in alcohol.</p> <ul> <li><strong>Features:</strong> In the glass it has an intense ruby red color . The olfactory profile opens on aromas of cherry and ripe red fruit, notes of dried fruit, memories of noble woods and spices. On the palate it has a good structure, with a harmonious sip, a fine tannic texture and a balanced finish, with a long and fruity finish. A true legend in red, to savor the true soul of Valpolicella!</li> <li><strong>Pairings:</strong> Risotto with meat sauce, blue cheeses, roasted and grilled meat, game and aged cheeses.</li> </ul> <p><strong>SIZE / WEIGHT:</strong> 1.5 L bottles</p> <p><strong>ORIGIN:</strong> Veneto.</p> <p><strong>GRAPES:</strong> Molinara, Rondinella, Corvina.</p> <p><strong>ALCOHOL:</strong> 14,5% vol .</p> <p><strong>SERVING TEMPERATURE:</strong> Temperature between 12/18°C.</p> <p><strong>STORAGE METHOD:</strong> in a cool place away from sunlight.</p> <p><strong>SPECIFIC NOTES:</strong> Contains sulphites.</p> <p><strong>PRODUCER:</strong> Dal Forno Romano - Cellore d'Illasi VR.</p> <h3>Dal Forno Romano Winery</h3> <p>It's hard to believe that Dal Forno continually manages to offer exceptional wines, with a remarkable tannic structure and balanced acidity, of a truly superlative softness. Yet it is exactly like this, harvest after harvest. Romano Dal Forno was born in 1957 in Capovilla, a few kilometers from Illasi. Precisely in this environment, where wine more than a product is a philosophy of life, the family has been taking care of their vineyards for four generations now. The turning point for his life and work came at the age of 22, when he met Giuseppe Quintarelli, who became an enlightening guide for him: he opened his eyes to a new way of producing wine and planting vineyards, making him feel the importance to focus on quality rather than quantity.</p> <p>The early days were characterized by many difficulties, but the union of the family and the contribution of Romano's sons, Marco, Luca and Michele, brought the cellar to quickly become an absolute point of reference in the world structure of wine. For years, thanks to the commitment of the whole family, the company has reached standards that are difficult to match, with the persevering intention of offering unique emotions and pleasures to anyone who drinks a Dal Forno product. A cellar that tells the story of a territory and its traditions: an absolute point of reference.</p>
Price zł1,511.99

<p>Born from one of the most prestigious vineyards in Italy, this red red wine is harmonious and velvety, with important tannins and a finish of fruit in alcohol.</p> <ul> <li><strong>Features:</strong> In the glass it has an intense ruby red color. The olfactory profile opens on aromas of cherry and ripe red fruit, notes of dried fruit, memories of noble woods and spices. On the palate it has a good structure, with a harmonious sip, a fine tannic texture and a balanced finish, with a long and fruity finish. A true legend in red, to savor the true soul of Valpolicella!</li> <li><strong>Pairings:</strong> Risotto with meat sauce, blue cheeses, roasted and grilled meat, game and aged cheeses.</li> </ul> <p><strong>SIZE / WEIGHT:</strong> 0,75 l bottles</p> <p><strong>ORIGIN:</strong> Veneto.</p> <p><strong>GRAPES:</strong> Molinara, Rondinella, Corvina.</p> <p><strong>ALCOHOL:</strong> 14,5% vol .</p> <p><strong>SERVING TEMPERATURE:</strong> Temperature between 12/18°C.</p> <p><strong>STORAGE METHOD:</strong> in a cool place away from sunlight.</p> <p><strong>SPECIFIC NOTES:</strong> Contains sulphites.</p> <p><strong>PRODUCER:</strong> Dal Forno Romano - Cellore d'Illasi VR.</p> <h3>Dal Forno Romano winery</h3> <p>It is difficult believe that Dal Forno is continually able to offer exceptional wines, with a remarkable tannic structure and balanced acidity, of a truly superlative softness. Yet it is exactly like this, harvest after harvest. Romano Dal Forno was born in 1957 in Capovilla, a few kilometers from Illasi. Precisely in this environment, where wine more than a product is a philosophy of life, the family has been taking care of their vineyards for four generations now. The turning point for his life and work came at the age of 22, when he met Giuseppe Quintarelli, who became an enlightening guide for him: he opened his eyes to a new way of producing wine and planting vineyards, making him feel the importance to focus on quality rather than quantity.</p> <p>The early days were characterized by many difficulties, but the union of the family and the contribution of Romano's sons, Marco, Luca and Michele, led the cellar to quickly become an absolute point of reference in the world wine structure. For years, thanks to the commitment of the whole family, the company has reached standards that are difficult to match, with the persevering intention of offering unique emotions and pleasures to anyone who drinks a Dal Forno product. A cellar that tells the story of a territory and its traditions: an absolute point of reference.</p>
Price zł664.99

<p>The Bianco Toscano Batar 2017 IGT "Querciabella" is a careful combination of hand-selected grapes of <strong>Chardonnay</strong> and <strong>Pinot Bianco</strong>, a punctual and patient microvinification regimen barrel maturation. A Tuscan white wine that is as much appreciated as the best red wines of the region.</p> <ul> <li><strong>Characteristics:</strong> Characterized by a bright straw yellow <em>colour</em> with reflections golden. Its <em>fragrance</em> is broad, aromatic and seductive with hints of acacia flowers, chamomile, yellow peach, yellow plum and melon, with hints of passion fruit and fresh pineapple with light notes of saffron and cedar . Voluptuous but elegant wine, with a balanced <em>taste</em>, supported by a great freshness. The tropical fruit is repeated on the palate with marked minerality and a very long finish.</li> <li><strong>Pairings:</strong> Excellent throughout the meal, it prefers stewed white meats, pasta with vegetable sauce, fish grilled fish, stewed fish, risotto with seafood.</li> </ul> <p><strong>SIZE / WEIGHT:</strong> 0.75L bottles.</p> <p><strong>ORIGIN:</strong> Tuscany.</p> <p><strong>GRAPES:</strong> Chardonnay, Pinot Blanc.</p> <p><strong>ALCOHOL:</strong> 13.5% vol.</p> <p><strong>SERVING TEMPERATURE:</strong> Temperature between 8/10°C.</p> <p><strong>STORAGE METHOD:</strong> in a cool place away from sunlight.</p> <p><strong>SPECIFIC NOTES:</strong> Contains sulphites.</p> <p><strong>PRODUCER:</strong> Società Agricola Querciabella SpA - Greve in Chianti (FI).</p> <h3>Agricola Querciabella</h3> <p>Giuseppe (Pepito) Castiglioni, industrial entrepreneur and lifelong wine lover, bought just one hectare of vineyard on a Tuscan hillside and set about creating an estate that he would soon embrace the extent of the region. He dreamed of producing elegant and rich wines, obtained not only from native Sangiovese grapes, but also from those of his beloved Bordeaux and Burgundy. Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Chardonnay and Pinot Blanc, just to name a few. Sebastiano Cossia Castiglioni, Pepito's son, full-fledged investor and entrepreneur, converted the company to organic viticulture in 1988, making Querciabella one of the first wineries in Italy to make use of this practice. Under his leadership, Querciabella became known as one of Italy's best and most innovative winemakers in the early 20th century. Sebastiano's passion for animal rights and environmental protection has taken organic to Querciabella one step further. In 2000 Sebastiano introduced a 100% plant-based approach to biodynamics which prohibits the use of animal products in our vineyards or cellars. Querciabella was once again an innovator in the industry and an inspiration to the region. Today that single hectare in Tuscany is only a small part of the more than 100 hectares of Querciabella vineyards. And in these vibrant vineyards – flanked in the Chianti Classico region by oak groves and rolling hills, and in the Maremma by the rugged beauty of an unspoilt Tuscan coast – all the grape varieties Pepito dreamed of now thrive in the rich, biodynamic soil that has become the most important ingredient in Querciabella's award-winning recipes.</p>
Price zł600.99

<p>Terre Alte was born in 1981 and is to be considered one of the most prestigious Italian white wines. The harmonious blend of Friulano, Pinot Bianco and Sauvignon grapes, grown in Rosazzo in the historic vineyards of the Terre Alte, creates an elegant and rich wine, with intense fruity and floral aromas. It is a wine of great structure and with aging it acquires a tertiary evolution of considerable complexity. Excellent to drink immediately, it can also be left in the cellar for 4 or 5 years.</p> <ul> <li><strong>Features:</strong> The <em>color </em> is bright yellow, bright and intense . The <strong>perfume</strong> is of great elegance and complexity. The bouquet is rich, enveloping and harmonious. Refined white flowers, jasmine and acacia blend with fruity notes of white melon, yellow peach, apricot in syrup with tropical hints of passion fruit and pineapple. The citrus <strong>scents</strong> are completed by refined creamy sensations of pastry, caramelized almond, vanilla, creme brulée. Balsamic finish of cedar wood, thyme and licorice. Evolution continues. The <strong>taste</strong> is full, vigorous and velvety. Excellent harmony with the perfumes and great refinement. Pleasant acid vein. Mineral, savory and round. The richness of tropical fruit, dried fruit and creamy notes is embellished in the mouth by spicy hints of white pepper and cardamom. Long and persistent with an elegant and round aftertaste.</li> <li><strong>Pairings:</strong> Particularly suitable for fish dishes, excellent with vegetable-based first courses, white meats and cheeses.</li> </ul> <p><strong>SIZE / WEIGHT:</strong> 0,75 l bottles</p> <p><strong>ORIGIN:</strong> Friuli Venezia Giulia.</p> <p><strong>GRAPES:</strong> Friulano - Pinot Bianco - Sauvignon.</p> <p><strong>ALCOHOL:</strong> 13.5% vol.</p> <p><strong>SERVING TEMPERATURE:</strong> Temperature between 8/10°.</p> <p><strong>STORAGE METHOD:</strong> in a cool place away from light of the sun.</p> <p><strong>SPECIFIC NOTES:</strong> Contains sulphites.</p> <p><strong>PRODUCER:</strong> Livio Felluga - Corno di Rosazzo (UD).</p> <h3>History of Livio Felluga</h3> <p>It is easy to understand how the story of Livio Felluga and his wine is intertwined with the story of that particular land that surrounds the extreme north-east of the Adriatic, the point of contact between the Mediterranean and central Europe. History of borders changed several times, empires disappeared, past wars. of people who stopped here. It is the story of a man who went through two world wars, lived first in the Austro-Hungarian Empire and then in the young Kingdom of Italy, lived on the rocky coast of the Istrian peninsula and in the lagoon Grado. Livio Felluga moved to Friuli in the late 1930s, to settle on the gentle foothills of the Rosazzo hills. His dream of producing hill wine was interrupted by his call to the front. As if that weren't enough, the return to Italy was not easy for the veterans of the Second World War: the physical, political and ethnic borders had changed, distorted forever, like the agricultural and social landscape of the hill itself. The peasant population was leaving, further impoverishing the land and abandoning the crops, values and traditions associated with it. Livio Felluga had to undertake a new battle to resurrect the hill, convinced that only the rebirth of quality cultivation could bring life back to the Friuli countryside. With great courage he began to restore the ancient vineyards of Rosazzo and plant new ones, introducing innovative ideas and methods. Hard work, undertaken with great stubbornness and passion which over the years will lead him to create one of the most beautiful and significant companies in the Belpaese, acquiring the rightful title of re-founder of the Friulian winemaking tradition and reference actor of the Italian wine renaissance .</p>
Price zł345.99

<p>A winery that needs no introduction, whose myth was born thanks to the intuition of one man, Giulio Ferrari, and the dream of creating in Trentino a wine capable of comparing with the best French Champagnes. The most famous sparkling wine of all, the one that designates the best Italian bubbles in the world, able to win the challenge of time and consecrate itself to myth.</p> <ul> <li><strong>Procedure:</strong> One 100% chardonnay from the legendary Maso Pianizza cru, whose maturation on the lees lasts almost 10 years before a further stop in the bottle.</li> <li><strong>Features:</strong> <em>color</em> bright yellow with slight golden reflections, with a very fine and persistent perlage. The<em> nose</em> expresses a bouquet of rare intensity and fragrance in which the fruitiness is in perfect harmony with the hints of honey, combined with notes of white chocolate, spices and citrus fruits. On the <em>palate</em> it is elegant and harmonious, with a velvety and composite body: the fragrances of honey, acacia and ripe hay go well with the floral notes. The impact is noble and of great persistence. It presents an incredible kaleidoscope of <em>perfumes</em>, in which the fruity note is particularly persuasive. On entering the mouth, it amazes with the incredible richness of the aromas and the delicacy of the bubble, which caresses and envelops the palate thanks to a perfectly integrated freshness. A materic, noble and satisfying wine.</li> <li><strong>Pairings:</strong> Splendid throughout the meal, it is recommended to pair it with a mozzarella in carrozza or with a large fish soup.</li> </ul> <p><strong>SIZE / WEIGHT:</strong> 0,75 l bottles.</p> <p><strong>ORIGIN:</strong> Trentino Alto-Adige.</p> <p><strong>GRAPES:</strong> 100% Chardonnay.</p> <p><strong>ALCOHOL:</strong> 12.5% vol.</p> <p><strong>SERVING TEMPERATURE:</strong> Temperature between 8/10°C.</p> <p><strong>STORAGE METHOD:</strong> in a cool place away from sunlight.</p> <p><strong>SPECIFIC NOTES:</strong> Contains sulphites.</p> <p><strong>PRODUCER:</strong> Ferrari F.lli Lunelli - Trento.</p> <h3>Ferrari Winery History</h3> <p>The Ferrari myth was born from a man, Giulio Ferrari, and from his dream of creating a wine in Trentino capable of competing with the best French Champagnes. He is a pioneer: he is the first to understand the extraordinary vocation of his land, he is the first to spread Chardonnay in Italy. He begins to produce a few highly selected bottles, with an obsessive cult of quality. Having no children, Giulio Ferrari looks for a successor to whom to entrust his dream. Among the many suitors he chooses Bruno Lunelli, owner of a wine shop in Trento. Thanks to his passion and entrepreneurial talent, Bruno Lunelli manages to increase production without ever compromising on quality. Bruno Lunelli passes on his passion to his children: under the guidance of Franco, Gino and Mauro, Ferrari becomes the leader in Italy and the Italian toast par excellence. In these years some of the labels destined to make history see the light: they are the Ferrari Rosé, the Ferrari Perlé and the Giulio Ferrari Riserva del Fondatore. The third generation of the Lunelli family keeps the Ferrari dream alive. Marcello, Matteo, Camilla and Alessandro lead the company together with an extraordinary team with the aim of innovating in the wake of tradition, bringing Ferrari to the world as ambassador of the Italian Art of Living.</p>
Price zł957.99

<p>A Trento doc Blanc de Blancs vintage son of the 2015 vintage in a limited edition in a special cylindrical case with a dedicated design. Offered exclusively in the Jeroboam format, it is the Trento doc that celebrates the victories of the great champions on the Formula 1® podium, distinguishing itself for its harmonious complexity. It is now possible to experience the thrill of the podium even at home, thanks to the Ferrari F1® Podium Jeroboam, which Ferrari Trento dedicates to its collaboration with Formula 1®, of which it is the official toast.</p> <p><strong>SIZE / WEIGHT:</strong> 3 L bottle</p> <p><strong>ORIGIN:</strong> Trentino Alto Adige</p> <p><strong>FEATURES:</strong> Lively straw yellow, with a fine perlage and persistent. Fresh and intense on the nose, with a broad fruity note of ripe golden apple and wildflowers, underlined by a delicate fragrance of yeast; harmonious and balanced taste, with a pleasant aftertaste of ripe fruit and hints of bread crust. The finish is long and very persistent.</p> <p><strong>GRAPES:</strong> Only Chardonnay grapes, harvested by hand between the end of August and the beginning of September.</p> <p><strong>ALCOHOL:</strong> 12.5% vol.</p> <p><strong>SERVING TEMPERATURE:</strong> Temperature between 4/8°.</p> <p><strong>STORAGE METHOD:</strong> in a cool place away from sunlight.</p> <p><strong>SPECIFIC NOTES:</strong> contains sulphites.</p> <p><strong>PRODUCER:</strong> Ferrari f.lli Lunelli S.p.A.</p>
Price zł1,970.99

<p>Bellavista Rosè, or rather the perfect bubble to infuse charm into special occasions. It comes from one of the most prestigious wineries in Franciacorta and expresses a unique and paradigmatic style that has become synonymous with class, elegance and freshness. This Rosé is the intriguing and seductive variation of the famous and traditional Bellavista sparkling wine, capable of combining the <strong>freshness</strong> of large bubbles with the delicate but intense structure of <em>Pinot Noir</em>. Bellavista Franciacorta Rosé is <strong>produced in limited quantities:</strong> only 3% of the entire production is in fact destined for this label, which represents a precious jewel of the maison. High quality, captivating appearance, softness and aromatic cleanliness are the right words to describe this bubble produced with the Classic Method from a single harvest, with aging on the lees in the bottle for 36 months.</p> <ul> <li><strong>Procedure:</strong> The initial cuvée comes from a selection of over 30 base wines, some of which are fermented and aged in small white oak barrels. At the end of the entire production process, which comes from a unique and amazing know-how, the aromatic richness of fruit and red flowers, yeast and brioche integrates into an impeccable balance.</li> <li><strong>Perlage:</strong> The perlage of Franciacorta Bellavista Rosé is rich and lively, of extraordinary finesse and precious persistence. The rosé color conquers for its luminosity, enhanced by the darting reflections of the very fine bubbles. The scents confirm this visual impression of charm and expressive clarity: hints of freshly picked wild strawberries and rose petals come together in a soft and fluffy bed decorated with garlands of flowers and citrus fruits. The sip is enveloping and silky, with freshness, structure and tantalizing minerality.</li> <li><strong>Advice and pairings:</strong> Give a unique and intriguing taste experience, as fascinating as an encounter by the light of candle by the sea, for this reason it lends itself extraordinarily well to accompanying romantic moments or dinners based on crudités and seafood. A great aperitif, the Rosé di Bellavista is exalted with appetizers based on cured meats and sausages, risotto with mushrooms and fish soups.</li> </ul> <p><strong>SIZE / WEIGHT:</strong> 0.75L bottles.</p> <p><strong>ORIGIN:</strong> Lombardy.</p> <p><strong>GRAPES:</strong> Chardonnay 62%, Pinot Black 38%.</p> <p><strong>ALCOHOL:</strong> 12,5% vol.</p> <p><strong>SERVING TEMPERATURE:</strong> Temperature between 8/10 °C.</p> <p><strong>STORAGE METHOD:</strong> in a cool place away from sunlight.</p> <p><strong>SPECIFIC NOTES:</strong> Contains sulphites.</p> <p><strong>PRODUCER:</strong> BELLAVISTA S.S. - ERBUSCO (BS)</p> <h3>Cantine Bellavista</h3> <p>IT WAS BORN IN FRANCIACORTA IN 1977 BY THE WILL OF ENTREPRENEUR VITTORIO MORETTI WHO DECIDED THAT YEAR TO TRANSFORM A SMALL WINE-GROWING BUSINESS FOUNDED ON SOME HECTARES OF FAMILY OWNERSHIP INTO A COMPANY. THEY ARE LOCATED ON THE BELLAVISTA HILL, SO NAMED FOR THE SPLENDID LOCATION WHICH, FROM A SINGLE POINT, EMBRACES LAKE ISEO AND THE ENTIRE POLAND PLAIN AS WELL AS THE ALPS. WITH FORESIGHT, VITTORIO MORETTI PAYS PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO THE PURCHASE OF NEW VINEYARDS UP TO THE CURRENT 203 HECTARES OF VINEYARDS, INCLUDING THE AREA OF VOCATION OF THE "FRANCIACORTA". IN 1981 VITTORIO MORETTI MEETS THE OENOLOGY MATTIA VEZZOLA WHO IN THE SAME YEAR JOINS THE COMPANY. HIS ROLE WILL BE DETERMINING IN THE DEFINITION OF THE STYLE OF BELLAVISTA. IN 2007 MATTIA VEZZOLA WAS ATTRIBUTED THE IMPORTANT CAREER RECOGNITION BY THE GAMBERO ROSSO-SLOW FOOD- GUIDE VINI D'ITALIA AS "WINE MAKER OF THE YEAR". RESPECT FOR TRADITIONS IS CREATED IN THE RECOVERY OF A UNIQUE GESTURE, RECOGNIZED AROUND THE WORLD AS A RARE EXPRESSION OF REFINEMENT, BALANCE AND ELEGANCE. THE USE OF TRADITIONAL PRESSES GUARANTEES A DELICATE PRESSING OF THE GRAPES AND A PARTICULAR FRACTIONING OF THE MUST. IN SPRING, WHEN THE CUVÉES ARE CREATED, BELLAVISTA HAS AN AVERAGE ASSET OF NINETY SELECTIONS, PART OF WHICH FERMENTED IN SMALL OAK BARRELS. EXCELLENCE IS A DAILY GOAL THAT BELLAVISTA PURSUES THROUGH THE APPLICATION OF PRECISE PARAMETERS. FROM THE VINEYARD TO THE WINE, EVERYTHING IS ENSURED TO NATURAL PROCESSING. EVERY CHOICE IS MADE WITHIN THE CONSTRAINT IMPOSED BY THE RHYTHMS OF NATURE AND THE HISTORY OF THE FRANCIACORTA TERRITORY.</p>
Price zł429.99

<p>Franciacorta Cabochon Fuoriserie n. 22 di Monte Rossa is the new name of this splendid bubble born from an experimentation that began in <strong>1985</strong> and has now become one of the most prestigious labels of the entire denomination. No longer simply Cabochon, but Cabochon Fuoriserie n.22 to underline the <em>achievement of the 22nd corporate cuvée</em>. It is produced with a careful selection of the best Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grapes from the vineyards grown in the <em>Pratone, Barek, Brolo, Palo, Nespoli</em> parcels.</p> <ul> <li><strong>Procedure:</strong> At the end of the soft pressing, each single vine is fermented separately in small oak barrels. The base wines rest for a few months in wood before the final assembly, with the addition of 20% of reserve wines. The second fermentation takes place in the bottle according to the Classic Method, with a stop on milk for at least 42 months.</li> <li><strong>Characteristics:</strong> In the glass it is light yellow with a very fine and persistent. The olfactory profile expresses aromas of citrus fruits, tangerine peel, candied fruit, honeyed softness, nuances of medicinal herbs and balsamic touches. The sip is long, intense, complex and ample, with a balanced and savory finish. Elegance and structure are found in the glass for a bubble that truly honors Monte Rossa and its history.</li> <li><strong>Pairings:</strong> appetizers, shellfish, oysters, raw fish and fish in type.</li> </ul> <p><strong>SIZE / WEIGHT:</strong> 0.75L bottles.</p> <p><strong>ORIGIN:</strong> Lombardy.</p> <p><strong>GRAPES:</strong> 70% Chardonnay, 30% Pinot Noir.</p> <p><strong>ALCOHOL:</strong> 12.5% vol.</p> <p><strong>SERVING TEMPERATURE:</strong> Temperature between 8/10°C.</p> <p><strong>STORAGE METHOD:</strong> in place cool and away from sunlight.</p> <p><strong>SPECIFIC NOTES:</strong> Contains sulphites.</p> <p><strong>PRODUCER:</strong> Società Agricola Monte Rossa srl - Bornato (BS).</p> <h3>Cantine MonteRossa</h3> <p>The rolling hills of Franciacorta stretch between Lake Iseo, Monte Orfano and the River Oglio. The morainic origin gives the land an extraordinary mineral richness which constitutes the distinctive element of a viticulture of excellence, that of Franciacorta, produced according to the classic method of refermentation in the bottle in the variations foreseen by the DOCG. The hills of Franciacorta are dotted of vineyards and cellars that can be visited to approach the world of wine, understand its secrets and taste products born of passion, tradition and, why not, innovation too. Each glass is a world unto itself, each bubble tells a story of dedication and wisdom. The sun, the climate and the earth complete the work of art.</p>
Price zł499.99

<p>Krug Rosé is inspired by the dream of the fifth generation of the Krug family to produce a rosé Champagne that has never existed before and which reinvents itself every year, revealing a new face. All editions of Krug Rosé perpetuate this tradition.</p> <ul> <li><strong>Blend:</strong> Krug Rosé fascinates, as it replaces a good red wine with a touch of panache at the table. This Champagne is a delicate blend of vintage wines and reserve wines selected from the Maison's extensive collection, completed by the traditionally macerated Pinot Noir which brings body and spicy notes. The rest of about seven years in the Krug cellars gives Krug Rosé refined character and elegance.</li> <li><strong>The Harvest:</strong> The 24th edition of Krug Rosé was created starting from the 2012 harvest , a splendid year but with a limited harvest due to a series of meteorological events. During the winter and spring of 2012, the Champagne vineyards suffered from frost, rain and thunderstorms, only to face the driest ripening season since 1974 and this led to a 20% drop in grape production. Every year, to recreate the idea of the fifth generation of Maison Krug to compose an unexpected, bold and elegant Rosé Champagne, the Maison begins with the selection of wines of the year and of previous vintages which together can release all possible expressions of fruit . This composition then embraces a traditionally macerated red Pinot Noir, which brings spicy notes, color and structure.</li> </ul> <p>Overall, the reserve wines of the extensive collection of the Maison make up 71% of the final blend of this edition of Krug Rosé. Krug Rosé is the most nonconformist of the Maison's Champagnes, designed for daring gastronomic adventures. Thanks to the unique combination of breadth, depth and grace, it harmonizes perfectly with dishes with a strong flavor, replacing excellent red wines with its vivacity.</p> <ul> <li><strong>Pairings:</strong> Perfect with foie gras, lamb, white meats, game, venison or spicy dishes.</li> <li><strong>Taste and smell:</strong> This Champagne has an incredibly delicate pink colour, a promise of elegance. The nose opens up aromas of rose hips, cured ham, blackberries, red currants, peony, pepper and pink grapefruit. On the palate it offers delicate notes of honey, citrus and dried fruit with a persistent finish, enlivened by a very fine bubble.</li> </ul> <p><strong>SIZE / WEIGHT:</strong> Bottles of 0,75 l</p> <p><strong>ORIGIN:</strong> France.</p> <p><strong>GRAPES:</strong> 40% Pinot Noir, 32% Pinot Meunier, 28% Chardonnay.</p> <p><strong>ALCOHOL:</strong> 12,5% vol.</p> <p><strong>SERVING TEMPERATURE:</strong> Temperature between 10/12°.</p> <p><strong>STORAGE METHOD:</strong> in a cool place away from sunlight.</p> <p><strong>SPECIFIC NOTES:</strong> Contains sulphites.</p> <p><strong>PRODUCER:</strong> Maison Krug - Reims, France</p>
Price zł2,272.99

<p>Assembled from around fifty different Crus, Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut expresses the quality and diversity of the Maison's vineyards.</p> <ul> <li><strong>Structure:</strong> Its assembly ensures a balance between the constancy of the Perrier-Jouët style and the effects of the climate of the different vintages (up to 20% of reserve wines). Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut is built around the elegance and refinement of <strong>Chardonnay</strong> (20%), from the <em>Côte des Blancs</em>. The structure, all in delicacy, is provided by <strong>Pinot Noir</strong> (40%), the favorite vine of the Montagne de Reims. The duo harmonizes with the fruitiness and roundness of the <strong>Pinot Meunier</strong> (40%) from the Marne Valley. The Perrier-Jouet Grand Brut represents the quintessence of remarkable expertise, acquired since 1846, when the house made the first Champagne Brut.</li> <li><strong>Tasting:</strong> The mouth offers a balance between sinuosity, roundness and vivacity, which give the wine charm and elegance, signature of the style of the Maison. Today, Perrier-Jouet shines in the world and offers a Brut of exemplary constancy and remarkable quality. Citrus fruits, fruit and white flowers make up a refined and lively symphony, with good freshness and flavour.</li> </ul> <p><strong>SIZE / WEIGHT:</strong> Bottles of 1,5 L.</p> <p><strong>ORIGIN:</strong> France.</p> <p><strong>GRAPES:</strong> Pinot Meunier 40%, Pinot Noir 40%, Chardonnay 20%.</p> <p><strong>ALCOHOL:</strong> 12% vol.</p> <p><strong>SERVING TEMPERATURE:</strong> Temperature between 8/10°C.</p> <p><strong>STORAGE METHOD:</strong> in a cool place away from sunlight.</p> <p><strong>SPECIFIC NOTES:</strong> Contains sulphites.</p> <p><strong>PRODUCER:</strong> Champagne Perrier-Jouet - Eperney, France.</p> <h3>Perrier-Jouet Cellar History</h3> <p>Pierre-Nicolas Perrier and Rose- Adélaïde Jouët shared a love of nature and the arts. She was a cultured young woman from a Norman merchant family; he is a masterful winegrower and botanist. A year after their marriage, in 1811 they founded the Maison Perrier-Jouët: born from their desire to create a different Champagne House. The founders' passion for art, nature and champagne has been handed down from generation to generation. Their son Charles Perrier, a botanist like his father, took over the Maison in 1848. The family philosophy of creative freedom and unconventional observation of nature is intrinsic to the history of champagne. These values still shape the Maison Perrier-Jouët today. Cuvée Belle époque A unique heritage Art Nouveau, inspired by the graceful and sinuous forms of nature, flourished throughout Europe in the late 19th century. The movement's exuberance and creative freedom paved the way for 20th-century avant-garde art. The ethos of Art Nouveau was to reinvent nature to re-enchant the everyday. The affinity of the Maison Perrier-Jouët with the Art Nouveau movement is best expressed by the emblematic anemone motif illustrated for the Maison in 1902 by Emile Gallé. Today, the Maison's lasting connection to art and nature translates into an extravagant universe that reinvents luxury as a meaningful experience with artistic collaborations.</p>
Price zł832.99

<p>It is composed of 30% Chardonnay Grands Crus from the prestigious Côte des Blancs region and 70% Pinot Noir from the Grands Crus of the Montagne de Reims region. Comtes de Champagne Rosé owes the secret of its uniqueness to 15% still red wine which is added to the blend.</p> <ul> <li><strong>Characteristics:</strong> It is the rarest cuvée in the Champagne house. Its fruity character and soft and caressing taste make it a delicious luxury to be enjoyed only in small sips.</li> <li><strong>Harvest:</strong> The harvest began on August 30 and was carried out with cold dry wind. This has resulted in a healthy and good quality crop. The Chardonnay grapes were delicate and clear, and their citrus and white fruit aromas showed great potential. This great 2007 vintage lives up to all expectations as soon as the bottle is opened. It is a moment to cherish. Comtes Rosé draws nobility from its long aging in cellars declared by UNESCO. During this time, this wine with a pure and demanding composition ages to achieve a silky and tasty balance, until it becomes totally melted into a multitude of lightly toasted small red fruit particles.</li> <li><strong>Pairings:</strong> A marvel that knows how to marry perfectly with a singular dish like a still pink pigeon, thanks to its balance between freshness and structure.</li> </ul> <p><strong>SIZE / WEIGHT:</strong> Bottles of 0,75 l</p> <p><strong>ORIGIN:</strong> France.</p> <p><strong>GRAPES:</strong> 30% Chardonnay, 70% Pinot Noir.</p> <p><strong>ALCOHOL:</strong> 12.5% vol.</p> <p><strong>SERVING TEMPERATURE:</strong> Temperature between 10/12°.</p> <p><strong>STORAGE METHOD:</strong> in a cool place away from sunlight.</p> <p><strong>SPECIFIC NOTES:</strong> Contains sulphites .</p> <p><strong>PRODUCER:</strong> Champagne Taittinger - Reims, France.</p>
Price zł1,400.99

<p>The "Grand Vintage" Rosé is a Champagne Brut, one of the best known and most prestigious labels in the Moet Chandon line. It is only produced in the Millesimato version, when the chef de cave, <strong>Benoit Gouez</strong>, selects the cuvée of a famous vintage with great experience and decides to make it sparkling. It comes from a selection of the three typical vines of the area: Pinot Noir in greater percentage, Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier. 20% of the Pinot Noir is <em>vinified</em> in red and added at a later stage to give it that alluring, luminous salmon-pink color. The <em>refinement</em> is very long and lasts almost 7 years, giving it a perfect expressive maturity and an aromatic endowment of great value. The light sugar dosage of 5 g/l allows it to maintain the freshness necessary to control a soft and velvety structure. The result is a unique and authentic Champagne of great value, which like every "Grand Vintage" leaves its mark and tells in every sip the work and passion of an illustrious maison, which since 1869 has stood out all over the world for its famous bubbles.</p> <ul> <li><strong>Features:</strong> It is distinguished by its pale salmon pink color with persistent bubbles. The <em>perfume</em> exudes notes of biscuits and bread, followed by fruity hints of cherry and plum. Present floral nuances and aromatic herbs. Fresh to the <em>taste</em>, with good concentration and a good finish.</li> <li><strong>Advice and pairings:</strong> Served very cold, it is ideal to uncork for pleasant aperitifs, pairing it with delicious fish-based finger food.</li> </ul> <p><strong>SIZE / WEIGHT:</strong> 0,75 l bottles.</p> <p><strong>ORIGIN:</strong> France.</p> <p><strong>GRAPES:</strong> Chardonnay 40%, Pinot Noir 37%, Pinot Meunier 23%.</p> <p><strong>ALCOHOL:</strong> 12.5% vol.</p> <p><strong>SERVING TEMPERATURE:</strong> Temperature between 8/10°C.</p> <p><strong>STORAGE METHOD:</strong> in a cool place away from sunlight.</p> <p><strong>SPECIFIC NOTES:</strong> Contains sulphites.</p> <p><strong>PRODUCER:</strong> Moët &amp; Chandon, Epernay, France.</p> <h3>Maison Moët &amp; Chandon</h3> <p>Benoît Gouez's mastery as Chef de Cave ensures a champagne with the distinctive Moët &amp; Chandon. Style and integrity are essential to making the most of each vintage, "exalting and sublimating the specific characteristics of the vines grown in Champagne". With his absolute respect for the natural qualities of the fruits, this young and atypical Chef de Cave is the ideal guardian of the Moët &amp; Chandon. The Moët &amp; Chandon is unique: the brilliantly fruity aroma, seductive palate and elegant maturity are the result of the slow evolution from vine to cellar. Each stage of processing is based on the complementary knowledge of winegrowers, coopers, chefs de cave, oenologists and other professionals, all united by the strong principles at the heart of our value proposition, our Wine Credo.</p>
Price zł590.99

<p>Each Grand Vintage is unique, the free and personal interpretation of the Chef de Cave of Moët &amp; Chandon. <strong>74th vintage in the history of the Maison</strong>, Grand Vintage 2012 stands out for its maturity, its complexity and its charisma. It evokes the transition from spring to summer. It offers a particular harmony, accompanied by a sweet sensation of freshness. A prestigious bubble with an elegant and fine profile, aged for 6 years on the lees.</p> <ul> <li><strong>Features:</strong> The <em>nose</em> reveals fruity and floral notes, with nuances of biscuit and vanilla. Elegant and complex, it is a champagne that reflects the personality of the cellar, able, through its delicate aromas and its superb structure, to reconcile even the most skeptical tasters.</li> <li><strong>Pairings:</strong> Excellent throughout the meal, it is enhanced with shellfish-based dishes. Ideal on sashimi, tartare, raw fish in general.</li> </ul> <p><strong>SIZE / WEIGHT:</strong> 0,75 l bottles.</p> <p><strong>ORIGIN:</strong> France.</p> <p><strong>GRAPES:</strong> Chardonnay 40%, Pinot Noir 37%, Pinot Meunier 23%.</p> <p><strong>ALCOHOL:</strong> 12.5% vol.</p> <p><strong>SERVING TEMPERATURE:</strong> Temperature between 8/10°C.</p> <p><strong>STORAGE METHOD:</strong> in a cool place away from sunlight.</p> <p><strong>SPECIFIC NOTES:</strong> Contains sulphites.</p> <p><strong>PRODUCER:</strong> Moët &amp; Chandon, Epernay, France.</p> <h3>Maison Moët &amp; Chandon</h3> <p>Benoît Gouez's mastery as Chef de Cave ensures a champagne with the distinctive Moët &amp; Chandon. Style and integrity are essential to making the most of each vintage, "exalting and sublimating the specific characteristics of the vines grown in Champagne". With his absolute respect for the natural qualities of the fruits, this young and atypical Chef de Cave is the ideal guardian of the Moët &amp; Chandon. The Moët &amp; Chandon is unique: the brilliantly fruity aroma, seductive palate and elegant maturity are the result of the slow evolution from vine to cellar. Each stage of processing is based on the complementary knowledge of winegrowers, coopers, chefs de cave, oenologists and other professionals, all united by the strong principles at the heart of our value proposition, our Wine Credo.</p>
Price zł520.99

<p>Created in 1962 and launched in 1972 to celebrate the maison's bicentenary, La Grande Dame is a tribute to <strong>Madame Clicquot</strong>, an emblematic, strong and inspirational woman. In 1805, on the death of her husband, she took over the reins of her Maison at just 27, at a time when women had no place in the business world. A free and ambitious woman, she dared to say “<em> I want my Maison to have a leading role both in New York and in St. Petersburg </em>”. Her signature is today the symbol of Veuve Cliquot in the world.</p> <ul> <li><strong>Characteristics:</strong> This extraordinary Champagne has a color with golden and luminous reflections. Its <em>fragrance</em> presents notes of dried fruits, almonds, figs, apricots, and ripe white fruits, enriched by subtle toasted notes of hazelnut and praline. These pastry notes create a perfect balance with the freshness and precision of the assembly. The <em>taste</em> is an elegant balance of freshness and structure.</li> <li><strong>Pairings:</strong> perfect to accompany appetizers and aperitifs, it is ideal in combination with side dishes fish, shellfish, dry desserts and pastries.</li> </ul> <p><strong>SIZE / WEIGHT:</strong> 0,75 l bottles.</p> <p><strong>ORIGIN:</strong> France.</p> <p><strong>GRAPES:</strong> Pinot Noir 92%, Chardonnay 8%.</p> <p><strong>ALCOHOL:</strong> 12% vol.</p> <p><strong>SERVING TEMPERATURE:</strong> Temperature between 8/10°C.</p> <p><strong>STORAGE METHOD:</strong> in a cool place away from sunlight.</p> <p><strong>SPECIFIC NOTES:</strong> Contains sulphites.</p> <p><strong>PRODUCER:</strong> Champagne Veuve Clicquot - Reims, France.</p> <h3>Champagne Veuve Clicquot</h3> <p>Our Maison currently owns one of the most important vineyards in the region, both in terms of surface area and quality. The 390 hectares are divided into 12 of the 17 Grand Crus and 20 of the 44 Premier Crus that make up the entire Champagne region. An exceptional heritage built over the centuries starting from the first parcels and plots planted by the founder and then expanded by the hand of the various Veuve Clicquot executives. A heritage that boasts above all the imprint of Madame Clicquot. The latter make up only one third of the total vineyard area of the Champagne wine region. The planting of the vineyards is established for the single parcels according to the soil, the climate and the exposure. The Veuve Clicquot vineyard is made up of 47% Chardonnay, 36% Pinot Noir and 17% Pinot Meunier. The vineyards of the Maison are positioned along the gentle hillsides, to benefit from the reduced thickness of the soil and the best sun exposure. Since its inception, Veuve Clicquot has built strong relationships with the winemakers of Champagne. As producers of grapes and white wines, they bring a constant and quality supply to the Maison.</p>
Price zł1,211.99

<p>The Champagne Vintage 2012 "Veuve Clicquot" is the expression of a prodigious harvest, despite an extremely adverse climate. Despite the damage that led to a fairly modest harvest, the quality is optimal, with great aging potential for the wines. Naturally, the 2012 was declared a <em>Veuve Clicquot Vintage</em>, becoming the House's 66th since its first vintage of 1810. The uniqueness of the Veuve Clicquot Vintage collection lies in the addition of wines aged in large oak barrels, which bring strength and aromatic intensity. The predominance of Pinot noir and the woody touch bring structure and character, a hallmark of the Veuve Clicquot style.</p> <ul> <li><strong>Features:</strong> From the elegance of <strong>perlage</strong>, fine and persistent, it moves on to the harmonic grace of the olfactory <strong>bouquet</strong>, composed of floral scents, fruity notes of pear, aromas of almonds, biscuits and yeasts. Silky and generous <strong>on the palate</strong>, it is rich in minerality and deliciously spicy. Long and powerful in the finish.</li> <li><strong>Pairings:</strong> Veuve Clicquot Vintage 2012 Champagne is certainly ideal to accompany fish-based cuisine. Good with crabmeat tagliatelle, perfect with veal, crayfish, smoked scallops.</li> </ul> <p><strong>SIZE / WEIGHT:</strong> Bottles of 0,75 l.</p> <p><strong>ORIGIN:</strong> France.</p> <p><strong>GRAPES:</strong> pinot noir 60%, chardonnay 33%, pinot meunier 7%.</p> <p><strong>ALCOHOL:</strong> 12% vol.</p> <p><strong>SERVING TEMPERATURE:</strong> Temperature between 8 /10°C.</p> <p><strong>STORAGE METHOD:</strong> in a cool place away from sunlight.</p> <p><strong>SPECIFIC NOTES:</strong> Contains sulphites.</p> <p><strong>PRODUCER:</strong> Champagne Veuve Clicquot - Reims, France.</p> <h3>Champagne Veuve Clicquot</h3> <p>Our Maison currently has one of the most important vineyards in the region, both in terms of surface area and quality. The 390 hectares are divided into 12 of the 17 Grand Crus and 20 of the 44 Premier Crus that make up the entire Champagne region. An exceptional heritage built over the centuries starting from the first parcels and plots planted by the founder and then expanded by the hand of the various Veuve Clicquot executives. A heritage that boasts above all the imprint of Madame Clicquot. The latter make up only one third of the total vineyard area of the Champagne wine region. The planting of the vineyards is established for the single parcels according to the soil, the climate and the exposure. The Veuve Clicquot vineyard is made up of 47% Chardonnay, 36% Pinot Noir and 17% Pinot Meunier. The vineyards of the Maison are positioned along the gentle hillsides, to benefit from the reduced thickness of the soil and the best sun exposure. Since its inception, Veuve Clicquot has built strong relationships with the winemakers of Champagne. As producers of grapes and white wines, they bring a constant and quality supply to the Maison.</p>
Price zł699.99

<p>Rosé Majeur wonderfully embodies the originality and delicacy of the wines of the Maison. Its singularity comes from an assembly composed of 50% Chardonnay. This emblematic grape variety of the Maison gives it an incomparable freshness and finesse.</p> <p>For the <strong>assembly</strong> and <strong>vinification</strong>, nothing is left to chance. The Pinot Noirs come from the best crus of the Montagne de Reims and are made with an emphasis on the fruit rather than the structure. Rosé Majeur is above all a story of expertly dosed delicacy. The delicate notes are conferred by the red wine added in small proportions to the blend. This still wine is made exclusively from Aÿ Pinot Noir, a Grand Cru characterized by the legendary generosity of the fruit. The low dosage, signature of the Maison, underlines the beautiful freshness and elegance of a great rosé blend.</p> <ul> <li><strong>Appearance:</strong> Pale pink and delicate.</li> <li><strong>Nose:</strong> Charming, generous and open, it releases notes of red fruits (strawberries and raspberries) and peaches.</li> <li><strong>Taste:</strong> Airy and expressive, it is characterized by its freshness due to the strong presence of Chardonnay. Notes of raspberries are highlighted. The finish is voluptuous and enveloping with an important persistence of fruit.</li> <li><strong>Pairings:</strong> Ideal at the table, Rosé Majeur will be the perfect accompaniment to a semi-cooked salmon fillet, pink lamb chops or red fruit tarts.</li> </ul> <p><strong>SIZE / WEIGHT:</strong> Bottles of 0,75 l</p> <p><strong>ORIGIN:</strong> France.</p> <p><strong>FEATURES:</strong> 3 years of aging on the fine lees • Dosage : 7 gr/litre.</p> <p><strong>GRAPES:</strong> 50% Chardonnay • 40% Pinot Noir (of which 6% red wine) • 10% Pinot Meunier.</p> <p><strong>ALCOHOL:</strong> 12% vol.</p> <p><strong>SERVING TEMPERATURE:</strong> Temperature between 8/10°C.</p> <p><strong>STORAGE METHOD:</strong> in a cool place away from sunlight.</p> <p><strong>SPECIFIC NOTES:</strong> Contains sulphites.</p> <p><strong>PRODUCER:</strong> Champagne Ayala - Aÿ , France.</p>
Price zł418.99

<p>The 2013 vintage is characterized by a particularly late cycle! The interminable winter gives way to a very timid spring. In fact, it was necessary to wait until the first days of June for the vineyards to reach full bloom. It hadn't happened in Champagne for a long time! Fortunately, the summer was radiant, with record sunshine and low rainfall, which favored the maturation of the Pinot noir and Chardonnay. The October harvest took place in a cool autumn climate which gave life to elegant wines of intense freshness. great "classics".</p> <p><strong>Colour</strong> pale pink, light and delicate. Brilliant, extremely fine and dynamic effervescence. Refined bouquet of freshly picked sour red fruits (wild strawberries, raspberries) and flower petals with lemon notes. The perfumed fragrances delicately intertwine, in their purity and definition, gradually enriching themselves with nuances of fresh almond, bread and spices (cocoa beans). We are far beyond the bouquet, thanks to the perfect fusion of these shades with an ethereal hue. Intense, velvety and bewitching <strong>palate</strong> that stands out despite these aromas. The juicy and concentrated red fruits gradually lead towards the raspberry liqueur, supported by invigorating sugary citrus fruits. The harmony and delicacy are strengthened by the creamy effervescence which gives a concentrated and rounded sensation. The mineral freshness then stretches the material, which becomes vertical, calcareous, saline and sapid. an infinite sensation of acceleration due to the bright and pure calcareous soils.</p> <p><strong>SIZE / WEIGHT:</strong> Bottles of 0,75 l</p> <p><strong>ORIGIN:</strong> France.</p> <p><strong>GRAPES:</strong> 55% Pinot Noir, 45% Chardonnay.</p> <p><strong>ALCOHOL:</strong> 12% vol.</p> <p><strong>SERVING TEMPERATURE:</strong> Temperature between 8/10°C.</p> <p><strong>STORAGE METHOD:</strong> in a cool place away from sunlight.</p> <p><strong>SPECIFIC NOTES:</strong> Contains sulphites.</p> <p><strong>PRODUCER:</strong> Louis Roederer - Reims, France.</p>
Price zł3,600.99

<p>A three-time climatic waltz, with strong, clear-cut and decisive contrasts! A splendid and dry spring that flows into a scorching June; an autumnal summer, cool and rainy; a warm, sunny and very dry September. worthy of a month of August. The "key" of the vintage lies in the soil and in the work of the winemakers: the gypsum, rewarding because it is more draining, in the medium-lower area of the hill, has made it possible to eliminate excess water from the summer and limit its stagnation. viticultural practices are fundamental, increasingly virtuous, which allow us to go further in the search for the balance of the grapes and ripening.</p> <p><strong>Colour</strong> golden, decisive, bright and brilliant. Dynamic effervescence, incessant succession of clouds of bubbles. Intense bouquet, fragrant and of great purity. Concentrated and candied citrus fruits delicately mingle with notes of harvest and lightly toasted almonds. Sensation of a generous ripeness of the fruit, dampened by fresh and acidic, delicate and energetic contrasts. Fruity <strong>palate</strong> and silky texture, amplified by a delicate, perfectly integrated and deliciously elegant effervescence. The purity and perfection of the ripe yellow fruits blends with the intense chalky freshness, typical of Cristal, palpable and savory at the same time. On the palate it is full-bodied, juicy, concentrated, lengthened, thanks to the defined and spicy structure of the partial refinements in oak barrels. The finish goes on a crescendo, revealing a full texture in a long, savory and sublimely elegant finish.</p> <p><strong>SIZE / WEIGHT:</strong> Bottles of 0,75 l</p> <p><strong>ORIGIN:</strong> France.</p> <p><strong>GRAPES:</strong> 60% Pinot noir 40% Chardonnay</p> <p><strong>ALCOHOL:</strong> 12% vol.</p> <p><strong>SERVING TEMPERATURE:</strong> Temperature between 8/10°C.</p> <p><strong>STORAGE METHOD:</strong> in a cool place away from sunlight.</p> <p><strong>SPECIFIC NOTES:</strong> Contains sulphites.</p> <p><strong>PRODUCER:</strong> Louis Roederer Champagne - Reims, France.</p>
Price zł3,600.99