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Atlas Fine Wines Tastings

New Releases

We are always actively on the look out for interesting parcels of wine and taste widely to facilitate this –  whether this be of current releases or wines that we have the opportunity to re-taste and re-evaluate. We enjoy strong relationships with a growing number of leading producers from whom we receive annual allocations and are constantly looking to build on this pool of growers. We therefore spend considerable time each year in key regions visiting producers and assessing new possibilities.

In each instance, we aim to keep our offering as diverse and fresh as possible. 

2008 Pol Roger Brut

Earlier this morning we tasted the 2008 vintage of Pol Roger Brut, a blend of 60% Pinot Noir and 40% Chardonnay, drawn from Premier Cru and Grand Cru vineyards across the Montagne de Reims and Côte des Blancs respectively. The wine is aged in Pol’s cellars for eight years before disgorgement.Frankly, this is a sure fire sign that aft...

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2008 Guy Charlemagne Le Mesnillisime

Without doubt the 2004 Guy Charlemagne, Le Mesnillésime Grand Cru was one of the most popular offers we made in the last two years. This is not simply reflecting the volume sold, but actually the feedback received from clients. Leaving issues of pronunciation aside (Le May-nil-lay-seem), many clients have commented on how much they have e...

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New releases from Egly-Ouriet

Since we introduced the outstanding Champagnes of Egly-Ouriet to our clients back in 2013, we have received much positive feedback whether they are commenting on the non-vintage ‘Grand Cru Tradition’, the exceptional ‘Crayères Blanc de Noirs’ or the vintage release. In short, these are some of the finest Champagnes...

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2013 Felsina Berardenga

Being selective is key to our approach at Atlas. You may recall that we advised our clients to take advantage of a whole host of wines in the impressive 2010 vintage across Italy, notably wines from Piemonte and Tuscany. We were considerably more circumspect in our purchasing in the 2011 and 2012 vintages, and while 2013 has been widely acclaime...

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2002 House of Arras, Late Disgorged, (E.J. Carr)

Champagne dominates the sparkling wine market the world over, not just in terms of production volume, but also in terms of quality. Yet, sparkling wine isn’t solely confined to Champagne and nor should it always need to be compared to Champagne. There are unique sparkling wines made in different corners of the winemaking world that can sur...

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2014 Bouzeron, Les Cordères, Domaine Jaquesson

People forget that Chardonnay is not the only white grape variety grown in Burgundy. While there are small amounts of Pinot Beurot (otherwise known as Pinot Gris in Alsace), the most significant variety following Chardonnay is Aligoté. In most instances, Aligoté delivers zesty, citrusy wines of modest standing with marked acidity. ...

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Atlas Fine Wines Ltd. 

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London EC3V 9DL
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