Area: Pfalz region.
Grape: Pinot Noir.
Wolf Pinot Noir is warm and medium-bodied, with forward, dark cherry fruit, a firm structure and a spicy mid-palate. Six months of barrique aging gives it a smoky depth and a nice backbone of earthy tannins
Grape; Trebbiano toscano and Malvasia del Chianti.
A deep honey bronze.
Aromatic with hints of citrus and honey with nutty undertones.
Wonderfully complex wine, sweet, with flavors of dried apricots, orange peel, honey, and toasted almonds.
Cantucci, high quality dark chocolate, gorgonzola, nut based tarts, fois gras.
Dark cherry and spice, tight, needs to relax, but it's all in there.
Awads: Decanter Platinum Best in Category Mature Sherry over £15 -95 points
Awards: Decanter 2016 Platinum Best in Category: Palo Cortado - 96 points
Maxime Cheurlin was brought down from the family Champagne business, to attend to the Cote de Nuits burgundies. Really excellent wines have been produced, silky smooth, chewy but velvety fruit, seruous yet friendly wines.
A classic blend of Grenache, Syrah, Cinsault and Vermentino, the Maison Williams Chase Rosé is a beautiful paleshade of pink. Bone dry, the wine boasts delicate aromas of peaches and raspberries, followed by a refreshing note of grapefruit on a backdrop of savoury Provençal herbs. A moreish creamy texture sits in harmony with a steely minerality working towards a long, mouth-watering, lingering finish. The wine is a singing tribute to Provence and the long sunny days from this very special part of the world.
Nose is dark and savoury, deep violet, notes of dark chocolate and oak. The palate is firm and well structured with dry tannins and acidity. Dark fruit, green pepper and savoury driven. Very dry, a must serve with food. The perfect match for steak.
Silver medal Sommelier Wine Awards 2014.