Light, sunny yellow and lively colour. Distinguished by its complex nose. Aromas of grapefruit, peach, citruses, dried flowers, wet limestone. A full-body and distinct minerality complete the balance of freshness and smoothnessHand harvest of biodynamic cultivated grapes. Short maceration of crushed grapes, pressing and must decantation. Spontaneous fermentation with natural yeast present on the grapes. Spontaneous malolactic fermentation. Six months maturation of the wine on the lees in stainless steel and concrete tanks. Bottling without filtration according to biodynamic calendar with minimal sulphur addition.
Gold yellow colour. The scent is noble, still of muscat, but the presence of the precious noble botrytis mould is perceived. For drinking, it is smooth and elegant. A sweet wine. Suitable for the gentler gender. It accompanies well desserts with walnuts and vanilla.
A blend including whisky from Nikka's two distilleries, Yoichi and Miyagikyo, The Nikka 12 is a well-balanced blend. There's green-apple freshness, rich fruitcake spiciness, butterscotch and some green-peppercorn punch. Another winner from Nikka.COLOUROld gold with orange hue.NOSESleek and refined. A perfect balance of fruits, malted barley, beeswax and spices (cinnamon, nutmeg), the first nose is very full. The nose then evolves on softer fruit and herbal notes (moss, lichen), a sign of great maturity, and lingers on citrus aromas (orange, lemon).PALATEBoth lively and serene. Dark chocolate provides the backbone of mouth-watering bitterness. On one end, the malted barley extends to earthier notes, while on the other, fresh fruits (apple, prunes, mirabelle and greengage plums, pear) are reminiscent of a plentiful harvest. With air, honeyed and floral notes (lilac, lilly of the valley) make their appearance.FINISHLong, suave. At first, coconut milk and red berries (strawberry, raspberry) stretch out across the palate. In the back of the mouth, candied fruit (pineapple, clementine) accentuate the pleasant freshness, while the retro-olfaction is marked by tobacco and liquorice notes. The empty glass offers a glimpse at a variety of flowers.
The most prestigious cognac in the world.Richard Hennessy is an amazing mix of over 100 of the best eaux-de-vie. Some date back to the early years around 1800.NOSE: Oak, Black pepper, VanillaTASTE: Ripe and juicy, with all kinds of fruit. Various spices and oak are also very popular.PALATE: A very, very, very long and remarkable conclusion that leaves you speechless.
Ruby red with soft garnet reflections, the bouquet has very typical delicate notes reminiscent of violet and red fruits. The wine finishes dry, rightly tannic, with a velvety, harmonic full body. Excellent with all kinds of roast and braised meat, game and aged cheeses.The vineyards, partly owned and partly leased, are situated in the most famous crus of the Langa region: Cannubi, Liste, Fossati, and Brunate, which are almost entirely cultivated with Nebbiolo da Barolo, and to a lesser extent, with Dolcetto and Barbera varietals.