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    Vinding Montecarrubo
    Cuvée Spéciale Terre Siciliane IGT
    0.75l Red
    New
    €25.75 €21.28
    Made from a blend of 80% Syrah, 15% Cabernet Franc and 5% Merlot, this wine is made partially from grapes grown in the Vigna Grande single vineyard which lies on the edge of an old fresh water volcano which was surrounded by the sea and ancient coral reefs can still be found there. The soil varies from limestone to black volcanic dust with patches of volcanic clay. It is fermented on natural yeasts, goes through malolactic fermentation and aging in barrel and is bottled without fining or filtration. For this reason, it is a good idea to decant the wine before serving, as there may be a natural deposit in the bottle. Cuvee Speciale has a bright dark purple colour and has lovely, welcoming aromas of black fruits with spice and mint flavours. It is elegant, silky, very fresh and pretty with an almost Burgundian like texture. It is a delicious wine to pair with Mediterranean dishes.

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On the menu today: Château Belá 2017. 

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This month we would like to put Jochen Dreissigacker in the spotlight as our producer of the month. 

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Featured Wines
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    Château La Nerthe
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    0.75l Red
    €34.49 €28.50
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    Domaine les Alexandrins
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    €20.00 €16.53
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    0.75l Red
    New
    €19.00 €15.70
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    Domaine de la Renjarde (BIO)
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    0.75l Red
    Bio
    €9.20 €7.60
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