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2005 CVNE Imperial Gran Reserva

Richard O’Mahony, Atlas’ co-founder, spotted an interesting parcel of mature Rioja in a double magnum format. Namely, the 2005 CVNE Imperial Gran Reserva at £150 per double magnum in bond. 
Richard, in fact, tasted the wine en primeur in 2007 commenting in his notes: ‘a compact, dense, concentrated...

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2013 Morellino di Scansano, Poggio Valente, Le ...

We do not believe we have ever offered a Morellino di Scansano before. This wine emanates from Scansano in the Maremma region on Tuscany’s coastline. And the Morellino bit? That’s the local name for the Sangiovese variety and literally means ‘little dark one’.Simon's offer, below. 
It is something ...

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2016 Chardonnay, Topiary Vineyards

Philippe Colin may well be a familiar name, as he is renowned for producing some of the finest Chassagne-Montrachet back at home in Burgundy. His family has been making wine in Chassagne for generations and his wines are incredibly well-followed.
Philippe is now undertaking a similar feat in South Africa but at a fraction of t...

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2013 Mixed Case Kapscandy Family Winery Mixed Case

It is unlikely that Lou Kapcsándy could have foreseen the development of his career in cultalifornian wine production when he fled Hungary in 1956 during the revolution.  Indeed, there was probably nothing further from his mind.  Yet, today it is appropriate to speak of the wines from Kapcsándy Family Winery in the same b...

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2015 Etna Rosso, Moganazzi, Vigne di Eli

It would be over the top to say that a grape variety called Nerello Mascalese is causing a stir in the wine world, but it would be accurate to say that interest in wines – largely from this variety – grown on the slopes of Mount Etna in Sicily is building at a significant rate. This comment is not purely taking into account consumer ...

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2010 Nebbiolo, Valmaggiore, Sandrone

Sandrone may produce two remarkably fine and distinctive Barolo, namely Le Vigne and Cannubi Boschis, but they also produce a gem of a wine from the region of Roero, namely Nebbiolo d’Alba, Valmaggiore. This is a Nebbiolo produced on sandy soils from a dramatic amphitheatre of a vineyard, which does not permit any kind of mechanisation giv...

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