The emblem of Maison Ruinart where Chardonnay reigns supreme. The Blanc de Blancs de Ruinart develops a subtle balance between roundness and suppleness. A pure burst of flavors, finesse and refinement, with great aromatic power, this Ruinart Blanc de Blancs has the intact purity of the Chardonnay grape varieties from which it is 100%. A real treasure to have in your cellar. ".
Champagne Dom Pérignon is always made from 7 Grands Crus and a Premier Cru: Hautvillers and is always Vintage. It is a Champagne produced during exceptional years from grapes harvested the same year. The first vintage year was 1921 and a total of 41 years since 1921 have been produced in Champagne Blanc.
Intense, fruity, aromatic, Ruinart Rosé champagne owes its voluptuous side to the complementarity of Chardonnay (45%, where the Premiers Crus Chardonnay from the Côte des Blancs prevail) and Pinot Noir from the Montagne de Reims and the valley of the Marne vinified in red. The color is a delicate pomegranate pink, with very light orange reflections. The...
Lagavulin offers the most intense, smokiest and richest whiskey among the Classic Malts selection. It is thus marked by the peat smoke and iodine which are typical of the south coast of Islay. The aromatic richness it expresses makes it truly fascinating. Lagavulin 16 Years Old is a Single Malt that has aged in oak barrels for at least 16 years and has...
Crisp, fine, Billecart-Salmon rosé is a subtle champagne with remarkable finesse. Combining notes of currants, raspberries, red berries and toasted flavors, light, elegant and very fresh, its effervescence is delicious. One of the best rosé champagnes in its category ".
Johnnie Walker Blue Label is an unrivaled masterpiece - an exquisite combination of Scotland's rarest and most exceptional whiskeys. Only one in ten thousand casks have the elusive quality, character and flavor to deliver the remarkable signature taste. An extraordinary whiskey for extraordinary occasions.
The red Villa Antinori Chianti classico Riserva has an intense ruby red color. The smell has little red fruits aromas such as raspberry and currant together with cherry. A light boisè is mixed with cinnamon and candied aromas. The taste is harmonic, round with a light acid presence typical of the Sangiovese and the coming territory. The silky tannins are...
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