The fresh acidity of Sauvignon Blanc is completely balanced with notes of melon and limestone aromas. This wine is typically sour and intense, with a scent of freshly cut grass, melon and lime. A clear, expressive wine with its own unique style.
Golden yellow with gentle orange hues indicating that the wine is macerated and barricaded. The intense aroma spreads lushly from the glass, is long and complex, fruity, can be reminiscent of vanilla and caramel.The taste is rich, with pronounced minerality, in the mouth the wine is dry and strong, with a long decline. Acids and alcohol are nicely coordinated and emphasize the harmony of the wine.We recommend it with vegetable cream soups, meat appetizers, fish main dishes, dishes with truffles.
The high location of this vineyard, about 600 m, as well as the favourable temperature fluctuations are decisive for this aromatic wine. Falling winds in the evening lower the temperature and guarantee an optimal development of the grape.From typo to cult status. Since the grapes of the Sauvignon ripened faster, people wanted to name the wine after it. At some point, someone at the winery mixed up the spelling and voila - the new name Raif was born.
This whisky has been called a lot of things in its time: smooth, fruity, complex, sophisticated, entertaining, classic. The Original Malt Whisky Almanac says: “A first-class malt. One of the most popular malts in the world – deservedly so.” Representing The Glenlivet’s signature style, this classic malt is first matured in traditional oak, before spending time in American oak casks which impart notes of vanilla and gives the whisky it’s distinctive smoothness. The mineral-rich water that comes from Josie’s Well helps form the flavours during mashing and fermentation, whilst the specific height and width of the copper stills add a delicate yet complex character. Keep a bottle on hand for every occasion.COLORBright, vibrant goldNOSEFruity and summeryFLAVORDelicately balanced with strong pineapple notes
Produced with grapes from vineyards on the historic Col de Mez hill.The grapes are hand-picked in September. At the winery, the grapes are gently pressed and then undergo a slow fermentation process in stainless steel tanks using selected yeasts. The Charmat technique is used to produce this sparkling wine.
Intense garnet red colour. It displays varietal characteristics of Cabernet Franc. Very complex aroma and flavour of ripe plums, forest undergrowth, pepper, graphite. A rich, full body with an exceptionally long aftertaste and pleasant smoothness.Hand harvest of biodynamic cultivated grapes. Four week maceration of crushed grapes, spontaneous fermentation with natural yeast present on the grapes and malolactic fermentation. One year maturation of the wine in traditional big old oak barrels. Bottling according to biodynamic calendar with minimal addition of sulphur without filtration.
Dark ruby red with expresso brown hues. The herbal-spicy aroma evokes black pepper, mint and pine wood. In the background we meet a pleasant violet flower bouquet, fresh fruity notes of blueberry and plum as well as cocoa butter. The mouthfeel is rich and smooht. The finish is slightly spicy with a pleasant silky finish.