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2020 Le Volte dell'Ornellaia

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  • Antonio Galloni, February 2022, Score: 89

    The 2020 Le Volte dell’Ornellaia is a bright, vibrant red to drink now and over the next handful of years. Sweet red cherry, mint, cedar, tobacco and peppery notes lend energy. There’s terrific aromatic complexity to play off the rich, deep fruit. The 2020 is a terrific Le Volte. One of the recent evolutions here is a focus on Merlot rather than Sangiovese, as it was in the early days. I would give this a few months in bottle, as the tannins are a bit rustic in the early going. Drink 2022-2029.

  • James Suckling, April 2022, Score: 93

    Attractive aromas of blue fruit with slate and black-licorice character. It’s full-bodied with juicy fruit and an orange-peel undertone. Wet earth, some fresh sage and rosemary, too. I like the Mediterranean flavors in this vintage. Drink or hold.

  • Decanter, February 2022, Score: 93

    Bright and young on the nose, smells like freshly-picked red cherries, almost like sweets, blackcurrant and cherry sweets braced by bramble fruits and soft perfume. Softly creamy and chalky on the palate, strawberries and red cherries have a chalky texture and quite a perfume to the flavour profile. There is fruit there but then it's subdued a little by a savoury wood aspect, sweet vanilla and spiced clove that edges the palate. Feels a little disconnected at the moment, not all in harmony, but it has a charm to it and will be approachable earlier. One that will give a lot of pleasure. Drink 2023-2035.

  • Jane Anson, February 2022, Score: 93

    Grabs you from the first moment your nose hovers over the glass. Smudged charcoal runs into raspberry, underbrush and mandarin orange peel that speaks of Tuscan sun. Excellent quality, good persistency in the glass as it stretches out through the palate. Everything feels in balance, and this provides another indicator that 2020 is a great vintage in this corner of Italy - Le Volte is (almost) 100% Merlot but has freshness and nuance. Drink 2023-2036.

2019 Le Petit Smith Haut Lafitte Pessac-Léognan

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  • Goedhuis, February 2022

    An inviting youthful nose of blackcurrants, bilberry and cassis, wrapped up with hints of smoky oak. The palate is succulent, deliciously juicy, and very true to the nose with flavours of sweet plum, black and redcurrants. Backed by fine-grained tannins, this is very pure and fruit forward, nicely balanced with a lingering spicy finish.

  • Neal Martin, February 2022, Score: 92

    The 2019 Le Petit Smith Haut Lafitte has a lively bouquet of blackberry, briar and just a hint of espresso, classic in style and nicely focused. The palate is medium-bodied with a smooth texture and quite approachable in style (not "furry," as I found last year). It builds pleasantly toward the finish, which displays impressive density combined with elegance. A couple of years in bottle will do this fine.

  • Antonio Galloni, February 2022, Score: 94

    The 2019 Le Petit Smith Haut Lafitte is fabulous. Rich, powerful and vibrant, Le Petit packs a serious punch. Readers will have a hard time keeping their hands off this jewel of a wine. Black cherry, plum, new leather, licorice, mocha and dried herbs build as this effusive, generous wine shows off its racy, alluring personality. I loved it.

  • Jane Anson, September 2021, Score: 92

    This is a 2nd wine that you can always rely on for confidence and quality, and that begs to be opened with friends. Packed with cassis and bilberry fruit, smoked coffee beans ans an earthy edge. Sleek and enjoyable, can be drunk now with a carafe and over next 5 to 10 years. Supple tannins, don’t wait too long to maximise enjoyment of the bright fruits. 36hl/h yield, 20% new oak.

2020 Le Volte Dell'Ornellaia

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  • Antonio Galloni, February 2022, Score: 89

    The 2020 Le Volte dell’Ornellaia is a bright, vibrant red to drink now and over the next handful of years. Sweet red cherry, mint, cedar, tobacco and peppery notes lend energy. There’s terrific aromatic complexity to play off the rich, deep fruit. The 2020 is a terrific Le Volte. One of the recent evolutions here is a focus on Merlot rather than Sangiovese, as it was in the early days. I would give this a few months in bottle, as the tannins are a bit rustic in the early going. Drink 2022-2029.

  • James Suckling, April 2022, Score: 93

    Attractive aromas of blue fruit with slate and black-licorice character. It’s full-bodied with juicy fruit and an orange-peel undertone. Wet earth, some fresh sage and rosemary, too. I like the Mediterranean flavors in this vintage. Drink or hold.

  • Decanter, February 2022, Score: 93

    Bright and young on the nose, smells like freshly-picked red cherries, almost like sweets, blackcurrant and cherry sweets braced by bramble fruits and soft perfume. Softly creamy and chalky on the palate, strawberries and red cherries have a chalky texture and quite a perfume to the flavour profile. There is fruit there but then it's subdued a little by a savoury wood aspect, sweet vanilla and spiced clove that edges the palate. Feels a little disconnected at the moment, not all in harmony, but it has a charm to it and will be approachable earlier. One that will give a lot of pleasure. Drink 2023-2035.

  • Jane Anson, February 2022, Score: 93

    Grabs you from the first moment your nose hovers over the glass. Smudged charcoal runs into raspberry, underbrush and mandarin orange peel that speaks of Tuscan sun. Excellent quality, good persistency in the glass as it stretches out through the palate. Everything feels in balance, and this provides another indicator that 2020 is a great vintage in this corner of Italy - Le Volte is (almost) 100% Merlot but has freshness and nuance. Drink 2023-2036.

2019 Boekenhoutskloof Stellenbosch Cabernet Sauvignon

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  • Goedhuis, January 2022

    This gorgeous, cellar worthy wine has a dark intensity thanks to the alluring black fruit nestled amongst dried herbs, violet and mineral undertones. Delicious charcoal and espresso melt into the rich tannins which are complemented by a leafy freshness. Beautifully complex and very fine. Drink 2024-2034

  • Neal Martin, November 21, Score: 93

    The 2019 Cabernet Sauvignon Stellenbosch has a little more delineation and precision than its Franschhoek counterpart, offering ebullient blackberry and briar mixed with a touch of dark chocolate. The lightly spiced palate is medium-bodied with better structure and good density and grip toward the dark-chocolate- and espresso-tinged finish. A classy and quite sophisticated Cabernet. Drink 2023-2040.

  • Tim Atkin, November 21, Score: 96

    This superb, ageworthy cuvée of Cabernet Sauvignon with 5% Cabernet Franc hails from three vineyards on the Helderberg and one in the Polkadraai Hils. Violet and thyme aromas lead into a structured palate of cassis and dried herbs, with intense tannins and fine 75% new wood. 2023-2035.

  • Platter's Wine Guide, November 21, Score: 97

    Power precision combine in stellar 2019. Ripe black cherry fruit with lifted perfume notes (dab cab franc, as Franschhoek sibling), fine integrated tannins fresh, lithe appeal. 75% new French oak adds to muscular richness completing very fine wine. 5 parcels in Helderberg, Polkadraai Faure.

2020 Poggio alle Gazze Ornellaia

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  • Antonio Galloni, February 2022, Score: 92

    The 2020 Poggio Alle Gazze is a bright, aromatic white to drink now and over the next few years. White flowers, sage, mint, pear and citrus are all finely delineated. There’s great energy and focus. The Sauvignon Blanc is quite expressive in the 2020. Drink 2022-2027.

  • James Suckling, April 2022, Score: 93

    The grapefruit and white-peach character is very lively in this young white, with a zesty lemon undertone to it all. It’s medium-to full-bodied with crisp acidity and a flavorful finish. I keep thinking about oysters while I taste this! Bright and delicious sauvignon blanc. Drink now.

  • Decanter, February 2022, Score: 93

    Lovely refined aromas, elderflower, peach, apricot, some white flowers and gently bitter orange rind. I love the texture here, smooth and succulent, a very satisfying weight - bright with such aromatic intensity. Body and texture here, a good food wine, with acidity giving lemon and lime touches and a clarity left on the tongue towards the finish. Very appealing. Drink 2023-2033.

  • Jane Anson, February 2022, Score: 93

    Sauvignon Blanc dominant on the nose, with a flick of gunsmoke reduction. Great pace and momentum through the palate, this is mouthwatering and seductive, layering brambled gooseberry with citrus and safe alongside slate salinity. So easy to recommend this white wine from director Axel Heinz and oenologist Olga Fusari. 25% new oak, blend at the end of ageing. 12 months in bottle before release. Drink 2022-2030.

2017 Henschke Keyneton Estate Euphonium Shiraz Cabernet

£198.00 In Bond
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  • Decanter, April 2022, Score: 93

    With a splash of Cabernet Franc and Merlot, Henschke’s twist on a classic Aussie Shiraz-Cabernet has no shortage of interest and layers to its fresh black berry and plum flavours. Riffs of blackcurrant bud, black pepper, black olive, fennel, cedar and sandalwood and a neat touch of charred nutty oak bring delicious savoury nuance. Emphatic but elegant acidity and fine, slippery tannins make for an involving, energetic palate. Drinking Window 2022 – 2032.

  • Matthew Jukes, April 2022, Score: 18

    I am particularly partial to Keyneton Euphonium, and it is a genuinely noble creation in 2017. The 2017 is a tighter, more structured style than the expansive 2016, and yet I like it enormously for very different reasons. There is no need for this blend to load muscle and weight on the palate, even though many wines do just this. Imagine, if you will, a KE sporting a perfectly tailored three-piece suit, broad across the shoulders and nipped in at the waist – this is the silhouette of 2017 Euphonium. Elegant, controlled and suave, this is a perfumed wine with a gorgeous, smoky, red-fruited feel. The acidity is mouth-watering, making this intense red wine feel refreshing and savoury. I am extremely impressed and if you consider the diminutive price tag, this is a work of genius. While I appreciate that it could not be more different in delivery than the mighty 2016, I find its balance and elegance exceptionally alluring. You could indeed open a bottle today and enjoy the flavours from the off, but there is a rigidity and poise here buried in its core that will enable this wine to mellow for a good ten to fifteen years. (Drink now – 2035).

  • Jancis Robinson, April 2022, Score: 16.5+

    Although this is different in its ingredients, this wine very much exhibits the subtle, polished, Henschke style of winemaking with freshness and salinity and perfectly ripened fruit with a super-clean finish. It may not be quite as long as the single-vineyard wines but the pricing is fair relative to them. 14.5%. Drink 2022 – 2030

2021 Roero Arneis Bruno Giacosa

£115.00 In Bond
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  • Goedhuis, April 2022

    Made from the white grape variety Arneis which means ‘rascal’ in local dialect. From a fabulous Piemonte vintage, this 2021 lives up to its name and is a playful, lively wine with a mineral palate, a nod to its sandy Roero soils. Bone-dry and crisp, with lip smacking citrus and floral flavours, we love its tight-rope tension and laser focus. Perfect everyday drinking and firmly embedded as a Goedhuis favourite. Drink 2022-2024.

2021 Educato Langhe Chardonnay Elio Grasso

£95.00 In Bond
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  • Goedhuis, April 2022

    In 1986 Gianluca’s father Elio, planted a small east facing section of vineyard with Chardonnay and “Educato” was born. Gianluca told us this names means, “brought up well” . Coming from a small plot of 35 year old vines, with a high elevation on chalk and calcareous soils, this is Grasso’s gem. The 2021 is utterly delicious. Fresh stone fruits such as white peach and mineral notes mingle with lemon meringue, chalk, tarragon, lime flower and vanilla pod. There is sweeping breadth on the mid-palate that is tightly controlled by the bright acidity and crystalline, zesty fruit. Incredibly Burgundian while possessing its own Piemontese imprint. The finish has fresh citrus and an irresistible salinity. There is no MLF or batonnage here, just a focus on retaining freshness. It is pure joy in a glass.

2020 Le Volte Dell'Ornellaia

£86.00 In Bond
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  • Antonio Galloni, February 2022, Score: 89

    The 2020 Le Volte dell’Ornellaia is a bright, vibrant red to drink now and over the next handful of years. Sweet red cherry, mint, cedar, tobacco and peppery notes lend energy. There’s terrific aromatic complexity to play off the rich, deep fruit. The 2020 is a terrific Le Volte. One of the recent evolutions here is a focus on Merlot rather than Sangiovese, as it was in the early days. I would give this a few months in bottle, as the tannins are a bit rustic in the early going. Drink 2022-2029.

  • James Suckling, April 2022, Score: 93

    Attractive aromas of blue fruit with slate and black-licorice character. It’s full-bodied with juicy fruit and an orange-peel undertone. Wet earth, some fresh sage and rosemary, too. I like the Mediterranean flavors in this vintage. Drink or hold.

  • Decanter, February 2022, Score: 93

    Bright and young on the nose, smells like freshly-picked red cherries, almost like sweets, blackcurrant and cherry sweets braced by bramble fruits and soft perfume. Softly creamy and chalky on the palate, strawberries and red cherries have a chalky texture and quite a perfume to the flavour profile. There is fruit there but then it's subdued a little by a savoury wood aspect, sweet vanilla and spiced clove that edges the palate. Feels a little disconnected at the moment, not all in harmony, but it has a charm to it and will be approachable earlier. One that will give a lot of pleasure. Drink 2023-2035.

  • Jane Anson, February 2022, Score: 93

    Grabs you from the first moment your nose hovers over the glass. Smudged charcoal runs into raspberry, underbrush and mandarin orange peel that speaks of Tuscan sun. Excellent quality, good persistency in the glass as it stretches out through the palate. Everything feels in balance, and this provides another indicator that 2020 is a great vintage in this corner of Italy - Le Volte is (almost) 100% Merlot but has freshness and nuance. Drink 2023-2036.

2018 Zuccardi Piedra Infinita Malbec

£250.00 In Bond
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  • Wine Advocate, March 2021, Score: 99

    There is tension and crunchiness here, and the finish is very mineral, dry and chalky but coupled with deep flavors. The wine feels very young and with huge potential to develop in bottle. The symmetry of the cooler vintages in this bottling is here: there’s precision, detail and nuance. There’s purity and restraint and great harmony. There is energy and light, power and balance. This is as good as it gets

  • James Suckling, April 2021, Score: 99

    Aromas of crushed fruit with mushrooms, dried flowers, ash, charcoal, iodine and bark, following through to a full-bodied palate with superb depth of fruit and layers of polished, fine tannins. Extremely long and seamless. A beauty by all accounts. Complex. Juicy. Supple. Better after 2023, when it will give you all it has stored up in goodness, character and uniqueness.

2017 Brunello di Montalcino Le Potazzine

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  • James Suckling, February 2022, Score: 93

    Blackberry, black-cherry and mushroom aromas. The palate is full-bodied with slightly chewy tannins, but it remains polished and lively. Berry, earth and bark in the finish. Give this a couple of years to open up. Try after 2023.

  • Eric Guido, Vinous, February 2022, Score: 94

    An exotic mix of sweet smoke and cloves gives way to dusty black cherries and a twang of sour citrus as the 2017 Brunello di Montalcino unfolds in the glass. Further time reveals hints of animal musk and flowery undergrowth. This enters the palate with pure elegance, delicate and silky in feel, yet also delivering a core of salty minerals that adds unexpected depths to the vivid display of tart wild berries and inner spice. The 2017 finishes with incredible persistence but also poise, structured yet primary, exactly as it should be at this young stage. Keep your hands off for at least a few years, because the best is yet to come. The higher elevations and no-nonsense winemaking at Le Potazzine really aided in creating one of the most balanced and, frankly, interesting wines of the vintage. Drink 2024-2031.

  • Decanter, November 2021, Score: 94

    Le Potazzine is run by Gigliola Giannetti and her daughters Viola and Sofia. Viola started taking over winemaking responsibilities in 2017 at the age of 24. She continues with the estate’s long-established approach of spontaneous fermentations in open top vats, lengthy macerations, no filtering and low SO2. I always find the wines a bit wild at first before an intense purity comes through. The 2017 reveals balsamic notes of sun-dried thyme and herb flowers before floral accents take over. It's a relatively powerful expression for Le Potazzine but ultimately expresses the property’s signature elegance. Grainy, sandy tannins wrap around ripe strawberry fruit, leading to a lingering finish of potpourri and orange. Drinking Window 2023 - 2031.

  • ML, February 2022, Score: 95

    The ladies of Le Potazzine make a terrific bottle of Brunello, and their high-elevation vineyards are especially important in maintaining freshness in a scorching-hot vintage such as this. The 2017 Brunello di Montalcino offers a pretty succession of wild berry, cherry and plum aromas, along with light spice, crushed flowers and perfumed potting soil. This wine is also distinguished by a touch of bay leaf and maybe a warmer note of cured tobacco as well. This is an impressive effort. Drink 2024-2040.

2018 Overture Mondavi Napa Valley 2021 Release

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  • Goedhuis, August '21

    A superb expression of the two combined vintages which form the composition of this beautiful wine. A classical blend of Bordeaux’s five famous varieties, cabernet sauvignon, cabernet franc, merlot, petit Verdot and malbec. Radiant purple colour, this combines fresh raspberry and summer berry scents. The initial sensation in the palate is a bright purity of fruit, the tannins provide a round harmonious feel, whilst also contributing to a feeling of structured weight with their characterful granular like texture coming through on the finish. This combination of ripe, juicy sweetness and a feeling of intensity and power reflect a new era for Overture, this is a class act in its own right. Superb.

2021 Dolcetto d'Alba Paolo Scavino

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  • Goedhuis, May 2022

    From 50 year-old Dolcetto vines rooted in the Bricco Ambrogio vineyard, this makes an immensely crisp, racy wine with a seductive bitter edge. We have not yet tasted the 2021 and neither have the critics, but this is regarded as a very good vintage in the region. A brilliant wine for earlier drinking.

2020 Langhe Nebbiolo Paolo Scavino

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  • Goedhuis, May 2022

    Taken from two single vineyards in La Morra, Bricco Manescotto and Annunziata, this is technically declassified Barolo and therefore offers a taste of Scavino at an excellent price. We are yet to taste but this is undoubtedly a fabulous buy with plenty of personality from one of the Langhe’s best recent vintages.

2020 Langhe Nebbiolo Azelia

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  • Antonio Galloni, April 2022, Score: 88

    The 2020 Langhe Nebbiolo is airy and gracious in feel. A short vinification and aging in steel keeps the flavors bright. Crushed berry, cedar and floral accents linger. This light-bodied, aromatic Nebbiolo is all charm. Drink 2021-2028.

2020 Dolcetto d'Alba Bricco Oriolo Azelia

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  • Goedhuis, May 2022

    This Dolcetto comes from 50-year-old vines rooted in a small single vineyard in a prime south-facing location. So rarely does Dolcetto get planted in prime spots, as they are normally reserved for Nebbiolo. Aged in stainless steel, the result is an impeccably ripe Dolcetto, teeming with red cherry and bramble fruits amidst violet and fresh earth. The 600-metre altitude of this special plot gives soaring freshness and the deep clay soils provide a hint of spice and backbone. The palate is effortlessly ripe with pliant, creamy tannins and a wealth of perfect fruit. Drink 2021-2028.

2020 Barbera d'Alba Paolo Scavino

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  • Goedhuis, May 2022

    The Barbera vines used for this special little cuvée come from a well-draining plot in the Bricco Manescotto vineyard in La Morra. It is vinified and aged in stainless steel which makes a sumptuously soft-fruited tasty wine. This is from the fabulous 2020 vintage, one of the best vintages in recent years

2018 Barolo Ravera Paolo Scavino

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  • Goedhuis, May 2022

    Ravera is the family’s highest altitude vineyard and an exciting new addition to their enviable portfolio of holdings. This is bright, breezy Barolo thanks to the cool, windy terroir of this special plot. Bracing pomegranate and cranberry combine with rose water and sage and there is a distinctly salty minerality. Only 6,000 bottles produced.

2018 Barolo Monvigliero Paolo Scavino

£290.00 In Bond
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  • Goedhuis, May 2022

    A subtle and charming wine with some darker forest fruit notes peeping out among the vibrant red cherry, cranberry and rose petal perfume. Fine-boned and chalky, with gentle minerality and soft tannins, this is a vibrant example from the top vineyard in the commune of Verduno.

2018 Barolo Margheria Azelia

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  • Goedhuis, May 2022

    There is a sapid, stony edge to the 2018 Margheria that is so typical of this vineyard. The white clay gives a distinct salinity to this wine and a profoundly mineral core which is wrapped in delicate red cherry, raspberry, pomegranate, and wild rose. We love the velveteen texture and intense complexity on the palate. Drink 2023-2030.

2020 Dolcetto d'Alba Bricco Oriolo Azelia

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  • Goedhuis, May 2022

    This Dolcetto comes from 50-year-old vines rooted in a small single vineyard in a prime south-facing location. So rarely does Dolcetto get planted in prime spots, as they are normally reserved for Nebbiolo. Aged in stainless steel, the result is an impeccably ripe Dolcetto, teeming with red cherry and bramble fruits amidst violet and fresh earth. The 600-metre altitude of this special plot gives soaring freshness and the deep clay soils provide a hint of spice and backbone. The palate is effortlessly ripe with pliant, creamy tannins and a wealth of perfect fruit. Drink 2021-2028.

2020 Barbera d'Alba Paolo Scavino

£105.00 In Bond
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  • Goedhuis, May 2022

    The Barbera vines used for this special little cuvée come from a well-draining plot in the Bricco Manescotto vineyard in La Morra. It is vinified and aged in stainless steel which makes a sumptuously soft-fruited tasty wine. This is from the fabulous 2020 vintage, one of the best vintages in recent years

2018 Barolo San Rocco Azelia

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  • Goedhuis, May 2022

    The San Rocco 2018 exhibits earthy, savoury notes and has deep intensity. These are all tell-tale signs of its clay rich terroir. There is some sumptuous, darker juicy fruit such as blueberry, blackcurrant and blackberry to counter the high-toned red cherry. Firm and more structured, with mouth-watering sour cherry and fresh leafy notes on the palate. Just wonderful. Drink 2023-2032.

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