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Amancaya 2014, Mendoza, Argentina£16.95 More info & buy
Amancaya is part of the range produced at Bodegas Caro, a partnership between Domaines Barons de Rothschild (Lafite) and Nicolas Catena. Amancaya combines the richness of Argentina’s climate with the structure of Cabernet Sauvignon and the generous nature of Malbec. The style is fruit driven with plenty of juicy notes and a streak of well balanced French oak.
Apaltagua Colección Limited Edition Carignan 2013, Maule Valley, Chile£16.95 More info & buy
Selected for Waddesdon’s guest wine selection due to its quality and rarity. Only 6,900 bottles of this limited edition Carignan were produced in 2015. The wine has a deep, intense almost opaque purple colour with a powerful and complex nose. Coleccion Carignan has received numerous awards since its release most notably a gold medals at the CWSA and Concours Mondial de Bruxelles and a medal at the London Sommelier awards – to name just a few.
Apaltagua Colección Limited Edition Pinot Noir 2013, San Antonio, Chile£16.95 More info & buy
Selected for Waddesdon’s guest wines due to its quality, rarity and complexity. Only 6,700 bottles of this limited edition wine were produced in 2013. The grapes are collected from a single vineyard in the San Antonio Valley, which is one of the coolest regions in Chile. Pinot Noir thrives in a cool climate, and the gradual ripening process enables an impressive degree of complexity. Waddesdon has complete UK exclusivity on this wine.
Apaltagua Envero Gran Reserva Carmenere 2014, Colchagua Chile£12.95 More info & buy
This intense, complex and wonderfully rich wine derives from fruit collected from the Apalta region of Colchagua. The vines which yield the fruit used to produce this wine are at least 60 years old – which explains the impressive richness and concentration. After careful hand-harvesting the wine is rested in French and American oak barrels for a year.
Apaltagua Grial Carmenere 2008, Colchagua, Chile£39.95 More info & buy
Selected for Waddesdon’s guest wine selection due to its quality and artisanal approach to wine making. Apaltagua Grial consists of fruit that is collected from a single vineyard near Apalta, in the Colchagua Valley of Chile. Carmenere naturally possesses a distinctive character that includes generous toasted spice, and plumes of bonfire smoke. Apaltagua Grial is indeed, as the name suggests, the holy grail of Carmenere. This vintage has collected numerous awards and consistently scores 90+ points with critics.
Apaltagua Signature Cabernet Sauvignon 2013, Maipo Chile
£23.95More info & buy
Selected for Waddesdon’s guest wine selection due to its quality and artisanal approach. The fruit comes from the Maipo Cordillera region of Chile, regarded as the best region in Chile for the production of Cabernet Sauvignon. This exceptional Cabernet Sauvignon manages to balance rich expressive warm climate fruit with a sense of restraint and measure. Apaltagua Signature Cabernet 2013 picked up a gold medal at the London Sommelier awards and was awarded 92 points by James Suckling. Waddesdon Wine shop holds complete UK retail exclusivity on this wine.
Aruma 2015, Mendoza, Argentina£13.95 More info & buy
Aruma is part of the Bodegas Caro range, a partnership between Domaines Barons de Rothschild (Lafite) and Nicolas Catena. Aruma utilises grapes collected from parcels within the Uco Valley around the region of Lujan de Cuyo. Aruma, since its introduction in 2010, has been produced solely from Malbec. The resulting wines are always rich, expressive and very easy to get on with.
Aussières Rouge, Pays d’Oc IGP£11.25 More info & buy
Aussières Rouge is produced using fruit collected from Château d’Aussieres in the appellation of Corbieres, and neighbouring vineyards. This wine combines the elegance of Cabernet Sauvignon with the power and character of Syrah. There’s no oak in sight, so the generous fruit filled character can steal the show.
Barbaresco Casetta 2004, DOCG Barbaresco, Italy£22.95 More info & buy
Selected for Waddesdon’s guest wine selection due to its quality and artisanal approach to wine making. This Barbaresco is currently showing wonderfully and will continue to impress for many years to come. Hand harvesting and optical sorting are deployed prior to vinification. This vintage was then aged for three years in barrel and bottle, prior to its release. As with classic Barbaresco, significant bottle ageing is required in order for the tannin to integrate. After nearly ten years in the bottle this wine is fully evolved and drinking beautifully.
Barbaresco Vie Erte 2009, DOCG Barbaresco, Italy£47.50 More info & buy
Selected for Waddesdon’s guest wine selection due to its quality and artisanal approach to wine making. This Barbaresco possesses a seductive bouquet with the classic structured definition of Nebbiolo. Despite being open for business this vintage will certainly evolve well over the next decade. Nebbiolo grapes are collected from Bricco di Neive, a small cluster of vineyards in the north west of Italy. After careful vinification the wines are aged in old Slovenian oak for no less than twenty six months.
Baron Carl 2013, A.C St Emilion£22.95 More info & buy
This wine is part of the Heritage range from Baron Philippe de Rothschild – a range in which five famous appellations of Bordeaux are celebrated, each region carries the name of an influential past member of the Rothschild family. Baron Carl, representing St Emilion, is typically Merlot based with a splash of Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc.
Baron Edmond 2012, Western Cape, South Africa
£39.95More info & buy
Baron Edmond is the top cuvee produced by Rupert and Rothschild Vignerons in South Africa using Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc. Maturation occurs in new French for no less than twenty two months, lending plenty of ageing potential and a prominent smoky character. Historically, Edmond has been bold, richly extracted, incredibly smoky and very intense. However, the 2012 vintage offers more subtlety, with layers of fruit, spice and delicate smoke.