Tagged with 'White Wine'

Château Grand Boise Offer

Grand Boise Cezanne

The Sainte-Victoire appellation is nestled at the foot of the eponymous Montagne, a few kilometres from Aix-en-Provence - sheltered to the south by the Monts Auréliens and the Sainte-Baume Mountain Range, its location make it more of a continental climate than a mediterranean one, and that peculiarity is reflected in the wines. What is arguably the best estate in the appellation is Château Grand Boise, the focus of this week's offer. The earliest record of wine growing here is from 1610 and tradition is a big part of their game - certified organic, hand-worked land and even some centenarian vines. Add to that limestone rich soils, a state of the art, gravity-fed winery and that beautiful light reflected from the Montagne Sainte-Victoire that Cézanne worked so hard to capture and you end up with wines of elegance, complexity and detail. We certainly all fell in love with the Grand Boise wines here and cannot recommend them enough. All the details below. Enjoy!

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Castell d'Encus Offer

Castell d'Encus Stone Vat

Sitting 1100 metres above sea level in the heart of the Catalan Pyrénées, the estate makes good use of a medieval vat carved out of the rock of the mountain itself sometime in the 12th Century. The resulting wines are chiseled, precise, fragrant and embrace their gentle stony minerality - this cult winery is unfortunately not yet well known in Australia, but we plan to change that! 

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Seville Estate

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We have always enjoyed Seville Estate's wines here, at The Wine Emporium, so when we learned that James Halliday named them winery of the year 2019, we were very happy about it, but not so suprised. This week we are honoured to have the Estate's winemaker Dylan McMahon in store for a FREE tasting of new and back vintage wines on Wednesday 24.10.18 from 5pm to 7pm. These wines are also available in today's offer. All the details below. Enjoy!

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Liquor Licence 36128212. WARNING under the Liqour Control Reform Act 1998 it is an ofence to supply alcohol to a person under the age of 18 years (Penalty exceeds $6,000) for a person under the age of 18 years to purchase or receive liquor (Penalty exceends $500)