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2014 Anima Pinot Noir from Aurelia VișinescuOutstanding Pinot Noir£21.00 Buy now
This luxurious Pinot Noir stands up well against high-end New Zealand and French examples. It’s warmer and more fruit-forward than a classic Burgundian Pinot but these notes are underscored by subtly-integrated tobacco and cocoa notes from the oak and developing savoury notes from ageing.
Château Le Chatelet 2013, Saint-Emilion Grand Cru ClasséClassic Bordeaux£49.95 Buy now
Chateau Le Chatelet holds Grand Cru Classé status and rightly so. This wine is made in limited quantities from 80 % Merlot, 20 % Cabernet Franc grapes from just three hectares of vineyards on the estate.
Château Martet Sainte Foy Bordeaux Blanc 2016Delicate, crisp white£19.50 Buy now
Delicious Bordeaux Blanc made from 40% old vine Sémillons, 25% Sauvignon Blanc, 25% Sauvignon Gris and 10% Muscadelle. Intense floral aromas on the nose and delicate, ripe fruit on the palate.
2015 Anima Chardonnay from Aurelia VișinescuFull-bodied, new-world style£15.00 Buy now
If you’ve enjoyed full-bodied new world Chardonnays from California or Australia, you’ll love this 2015 Anima Chardonnay from Aurelia Vișinescu.
2015 Riesling Silver Seal from Schloss JohannisbergTop producer£49.00 Buy now
Hand-harvested, barrel-fermented, single-estate Großes Gewächs Riesling from a top producer. Seriously age-worthy but ready to drink now.
2011 Barolo, Vigna Mosconi from Conterno FantinoRich and voluptuous£65.00 Buy now
Our first choice for Vincarta: a rich, heady and modern-style Barolo from one of the region’s finest producers. Wine Spectator gave it 94/100.
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A lot has been said when it comes to wine. For hundreds of years, the greatest writers, poets, scientists, and cultural icons have been sharing their two cents.
Here at Chateau Vincarta, we like to get adventurous. We’re champions of premium Romanian wine. Our roving correspondent, Ioana Negulescu, wrote about Georgian wine after her visit there in 2018. And we’ll die in a ditch for Riesling. But what about Albanian wine? Never tried it? Neither had we. Until we tasted two Uka Winery wines.