Brace yourself, this is no ordinary pack.
- 2015 Christian Tschida Laissez-Faire (White)
- 2013 Marie Courtin 'Allegeance' Blanc de Noir (Champagne)
- 2018 Gut Oggau 'Joschuari' (Red)
2015 Christian Tschida Laissez-Faire
40 year old vines of Pinot Blanc, Grapes are hand harvested, destemmed, and crushed by foot. The juice ferments in large barrels with indigenous yeast and no racking. It spends 2 years aging in large Stockinger barrels and is bottled without fining or filtering and no addition of sulfur.
2013 Marie Courtin 'Allegheance' Blanc De Noir
One of a clutch of small, high quality growers in the extreme south of the Champagne region. Geographically closer to Chablis than the village of Reims, the Côte des Bar is prized for its pinot noir owing to the kimmeridgean soils. Dominique established the domaine in 2005 and has always farmed bio-dynamically, which she believes allows her to capture the energy of the vineyard within the wine.
100% Pinot Noir with 48 hours on skins. Super elegant with notes of ripe strawberry and raspberry, lime and sea spray freshness spread across an incredibly silky palate. Plenty of depth and complexity here. A truly special wine.
2018 Gut Oggau 'Joschuari'
Mechtild and Bertholdi’s son, the brother of Emmeram and Timotheus, and married to Wiltrude. A man with style and a charasmatic, complex character, he has a mind of his own. Indeed, as the principal heir to Gut Oggau, with his dry humour and quick wit, he can more than stand up to his father. Varietal: Blaufrankisch.