Sacha Lichine, Bordeaux by birth, has spent a good part of his life between France and the United States. A true wine enthusiast, it was in 2006 that he bought Château d'Esclans where, with his teams, he developed world-class rosés! The castle is known for its old Grenache vines producing a grape more concentrated in aromas than the young vines.
The Solaia 2015 is an intense ruby red with purple reflections. The nose offers powerful notes of plum jam and berries. Perfectly integrated sensations of chocolate and liquorice give way on the finish to notes of fresh mint. Harmonious on the palate with excellent structure and silky tannins, the wine ends with an extremely long finish and a persistent...
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 ".
The Domaines Ott were created in 1896 thanks to Marcel Ott, an agricultural engineer, who after having traveled through France and its vast vineyards, decided to settle in Provence. The vineyards of Provence were just emerging from the phylloxera crisis and Marcel Ott made the choice to replant noble grape varieties to revive the great wines of Provence.
The coastlines facing the sunset at Valpolicella are the best for a quality Amarone. Here, where the day is the longest, the vineyards overlook Lake Garda and benefit from the reflection of its light and milder climate. Amarone, unique in its origin, its ancient varieties and its production method, expressed in particular majesty and complexity...
Located in the town of Nuits, exactly in the axis of "Saint-Georges", this plot produces Burgundy for aging, structured and very aromatic, which you will need to know how to keep for two to three years before tasting.
Sacha Lichine, Bordeaux by birth, has spent a good part of his life between France and the United States. A true wine enthusiast, it was in 2006 that he bought Château d'Esclans where, with his teams, he developed world-class rosés! The chateau is known for its old Grenache vines producing grapes that are more concentrated in aromas than the young vines.
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