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The prices indicated are inclusive of tax and carriage paid (mainland France) from 48 bottles.
For less than 48 bottles, the contribution to carriage costs (mainland France) is 24.00 €.
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All bottles, all names and all formats combined, can be mixed even by unit, freely and free of charge.

Even if they have exceptional ageing potential, we recommend tasting Sauternes from their earliest youth.
They do not have tannic astringency and their aromatic complexity is therefore fabulous!

All bottles, all names and all formats combined, can be mixed even by unit, freely and free of charge.

The apogee dates are given for information only. They can vary according to your taste and the average temperature of your cellar.

Bottle corked? See the end of the "General Terms and Conditions" section for the procedure to follow in this case.

Because we have only one planet, Maison Dubecq only uses cardboard or wood packaging to prepare shipments (neither polystyrene nor thermoformable plastic).

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"5 fruits per day: chardonnay, grenache, syrah, pinot and cabernet.."

"It's better when it's good.Emmanuelle Jary

"To know the origin and quality of a wine, there's no need to drink the whole barrel." Oscar Wilde (Moderation Advice)

"Good wine is too expensive and bad wine is too bad." Jack Rollan

"A glass of wine is good for your health. The rest of the bottle is good for mental health!"

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Catalog Automn-Winter 2022-2023
2022-2023

  • 5082
    2018 Italy (Piedmont)
    • Red
    • Wine in organic approach
    50,83 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
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    The Sottimano family estate is the most Burgundian of Piedmont's producers: small vineyard (18 ha) made up of parcels scattered over the Barbaresco appellation, vines aged between 25 and 60 years, natural fermentation using indigenous yeasts, maturing for one year on lees for malolactic fermentation, no use of sulphur until the final bottling without filtering or fining. All Sottimano wines are distinguished by fine, fresh fruit and soft tannins.

    The plot-based cuvées (1.5 ha maximum) express the diversity of terroirs and exposures like the Burgundian "climats":
    - Pajoré, with its limestone subsoil, is structured by beautifully velvety tannins;
    - Fausoni has finesse and elegance;
    - Currà, the only south-facing terroir, is richer, riper and has a longer ageing potential.

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 3 to 5 years
    Apogée:
    2025-2035
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  • 5083
    2016 Italy (Piedmont)
    • Red
    • Wine in organic approach
    71,67 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    The Sottimano family estate is the most Burgundian of Piedmont's producers: small vineyard (18 ha) made up of parcels scattered over the Barbaresco appellation, vines aged between 25 and 60 years, natural fermentation using indigenous yeasts, maturing for one year on lees for malolactic fermentation, no use of sulphur until the final bottling without filtering or fining. All Sottimano wines are distinguished by fine, fresh fruit and soft tannins.

    The plot-based cuvées (1.5 ha maximum) express the diversity of terroirs and exposures like the Burgundian "climats":
    - Pajoré, with its limestone subsoil, is structured by beautifully velvety tannins;
    - Fausoni has finesse and elegance;
    - Currà, the only south-facing terroir, is richer, riper and has a longer ageing potential. His 2016 was rated 95+/100 by Galloni "Currà captures all the magic and mystery that are the essential qualities of a first-rate Nebbiolo. I loved it."

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 5 to 10 years
    Apogée:
    2028-2040
    More
  • 5379
    2020 Italy (Tuscany)
    • Red
    25,83 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
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    Small estate but the most representative of all Tuscany: because Gianni Brunelli gathers two complementary terroirs (2 ha on clay in the north of the appellation, 4.5 ha on schist and limestone in the south), because it is 100% sangiovese, because it is advised by the local oenologist Paolo Vagaggini (like a third of the Tuscan properties). Here, they don't produce a whole host of wines, but only a Rosso and two Brunellos, the classic and (only in great vintages) the Riserva.

    As Mr. Guido (Vinous) wrote in November 2021 "Gianni Brunelli, a producer who continues to prove that Brunello di Montalcino is a world-class vineyard".

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 3 to 5 years
    Apogée:
    2025-2033
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  • 5380
    2017 Italy (Tuscany)
    • Red
    50,42 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    Small estate but the most representative of all Tuscany: because Gianni Brunelli gathers two complementary terroirs (2 ha on clay in the north of the appellation, 4.5 ha on schist and limestone in the south), because it is 100% sangiovese, because it is advised by the local oenologist Paolo Vagaggini (like a third of the Tuscan properties). Here, they don't produce a whole host of wines, but only a Rosso and two Brunellos, the classic and (only in great vintages) the Riserva.

    As Mr. Guido (Vinous) wrote in November 2021 "Gianni Brunelli, a producer who continues to prove that Brunello di Montalcino is a world-class vineyard".

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 3 to 5 years
    Apogée:
    2025-2038
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  • 5381
    2018 Italy (Tuscany)
    • Red
    • Certified organic wine
    31,67 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    The story of Luca d'Attoma in Tuscany is the same as that of Stéphane Derenoncourt in Bordeaux. First of all, Luca d'Attoma is one of the most famous oenologists in Italy for having worked since 1991 as a consultant in mythical fields such as Tua Rita or Macchiole. In 2000, he decided to create his own vineyard, Duemani, which quickly became a cult in Tuscany (first Italian wine rated 100/100 by Robert Parker). The 7 ha cover a natural amphitheatre 9 km from the Mediterranean, facing west, with very low fertility soil (clay and stone). Integral biodynamic cultivation (Demeter).

    Altrovino, 50% Cabernet Franc and 50% Merlot, matured in vats. Black fruit oriented, a luxurious and extroverted wine.

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 1 to 2 years
    Apogée:
    2023-2030
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  • 5382
    2018 Italy (Tuscany)
    • Red
    • Certified organic wine
    112,50 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    The story of Luca d'Attoma in Tuscany is similar to that of Stéphane Derenoncourt in Bordeaux. First of all, Luca d'Attoma is one of the most famous oenologists in Italy, having worked since 1991 as a consultant in mythical estates such as Tua Rita or Macchiole. In 2000, he decided to create his own vineyard, Duemani, which quickly became a cult in Tuscany (first Italian wine rated 100/100 by Robert Parker). The 7 hectares cover a natural amphitheater 9 km from the Mediterranean, facing west, with soil (clay and stone) very low fertility. The vineyard is fully biodynamic (Demeter).

    Suisassi, 100% Syrah, aged in French oak barrels (70% new). An energetic Syrah, at once firm, soft and fresh, in a ripe and rich expression.

    The 2016 and 2018 vintages were scored identically by A. Galloni (Vinous): 95/100 for Duemani and 96/100 for Suisassi.

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 5 to 10 years
    Apogée:
    2028-2040
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  • 4924
    2016 Italy (Tuscany)
    • Red
    • Certified organic wine
    118,75 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    The story of Luca d'Attoma in Tuscany is similar to that of Stéphane Derenoncourt in Bordeaux. First of all, Luca d'Attoma is one of the most famous oenologists in Italy, having worked since 1991 as a consultant in mythical estates such as Tua Rita or Macchiole. In 2000, he decided to create his own vineyard, Duemani, which quickly became a cult in Tuscany (first Italian wine rated 100/100 by Robert Parker). The 7 hectares cover a natural amphitheater 9 km from the Mediterranean, facing west, with soil (clay and stone) very low fertility. The vineyard is fully biodynamic (Demeter).

    Suisassi, 100% Syrah, aged in French oak barrels (70% new). An energetic Syrah, at once firm, soft and fresh, in a ripe and rich expression.

    The 2016 and 2018 vintages were scored identically by A. Galloni (Vinous): 95/100 for Duemani and 96/100 for Suisassi.

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
    2022-2036
    More
  • 5383
    2018 Italy (Tuscany)
    • Red
    • Certified organic wine
    112,50 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    The story of Luca d'Attoma in Tuscany is similar to that of Stéphane Derenoncourt in Bordeaux. First of all, Luca d'Attoma is one of the most famous oenologists in Italy, having worked since 1991 as a consultant in mythical estates such as Tua Rita or Macchiole. In 2000, he decided to create his own vineyard, Duemani, which quickly became a cult in Tuscany (first Italian wine rated 100/100 by Robert Parker). The 7 hectares cover a natural amphitheater 9 km from the Mediterranean, facing west, with soil (clay and stone) very low fertility. The vineyard is fully biodynamic (Demeter).

    Duemani, 100% Cabernet Franc, aged in barrels (50% new). This is the great wine of the estate, refined, deep, with an elegant tannic structure and built for aging.

    The 2016 and 2018 vintages were scored identically by A. Galloni (Vinous): 95/100 for Duemani and 96/100 for Suisassi.

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
    2021-2032
    More
  • 4925
    2016 Italy (Tuscany)
    • Red
    • Certified organic wine
    118,75 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    The story of Luca d'Attoma in Tuscany is similar to that of Stéphane Derenoncourt in Bordeaux. First of all, Luca d'Attoma is one of the most famous oenologists in Italy, having worked since 1991 as a consultant in mythical estates such as Tua Rita or Macchiole. In 2000, he decided to create his own vineyard, Duemani, which quickly became a cult in Tuscany (first Italian wine rated 100/100 by Robert Parker). The 7 hectares cover a natural amphitheater 9 km from the Mediterranean, facing west, with soil (clay and stone) very low fertility. The vineyard is fully biodynamic (Demeter).

    Duemani, 100% Cabernet Franc, aged in barrels (50% new). This is the great wine of the estate, refined, deep, with an elegant tannic structure and built for aging.

    The 2016 and 2018 vintages were scored identically by A. Galloni (Vinous): 95/100 for Duemani and 96/100 for Suisassi.

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 1 to 2 years
    Apogée:
    2024-2038
    More
  • 5384
    2020 Italy (Sicile - Etna)
    • Dry white
    • Certified organic wine
    27,08 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    Marco de Grazia is passionate about the vineyards on the slopes of Mount Etna, which he calls "Mediterranean Burgundy". Nowhere else is there such geological diversity, the subsoil being a yarrow made up of innumerable lava flows, each with its own mineral composition. Moreover, because of the altitude, the grapes benefit from a slow and progressive "northern" maturity, combining fruitiness, freshness, richness and power.

    In 2002, he created the Domain of Terre Nere in the northeast of Etna, between 600 m and 1000 m altitude, organically cultivated and planted with old vines more than 50 years old: carricante for the whites and nerello (mascalese and cappuccio) for the reds. The analogy with Burgundy continues as Mr. de Grazia harvests, vinifies and bottles each parcel separately like a Burgundian climate.

    Calderara Sottana white, 100% carricante aged from 15 to 60 years, is a lively, mineral and fat wine, with aromas of grapefruit, orange blossom and aniseed. Classified by Mr. de Grazia as a Premier Cru, an absolutely remarkable white proving once again that the Mediterranean islands, whether French, Italian or Greek, are ideal for making some of the best dry whites in the world.


    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
    2022-2032
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  • 5385
    2019 Italy (Sicile - Etna)
    • Red
    • Certified organic wine
    32,08 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    Marco de Grazia is passionate about the vineyards on the slopes of Mount Etna, which he calls "Mediterranean Burgundy". Nowhere else is there such geological diversity, the subsoil being a yarrow made up of innumerable lava flows, each with its own mineral composition. Moreover, because of the altitude, the grapes benefit from a slow and progressive "northern" maturity, combining fruitiness, freshness, richness and power.

    In 2002, he created the Domain of Terre Nere in the northeast of Etna, between 600 m and 1000 m altitude, organically cultivated and planted with old vines more than 50 years old: carricante for the whites and nerello (mascalese and cappuccio) for the reds. The analogy with Burgundy continues as Mr. de Grazia harvests, vinifies and bottles each parcel separately like a Burgundian climate.

    Feudo di Mezzo, 100% nerello aged over 50 years, a wine the estate considers a Premier Cru, is charming and mouthwatering, carried by deep, spicy flesh. Rated 90+ for its 2017 by Ian d'Agata (Vinous).

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 1 to 2 years
    Apogée:
    2023-2032
    More
  • 4493
    2017 Italy (Sicile - Etna)
    • Red
    • Certified organic wine
    31,25 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    Marco de Grazia is passionate about the vineyards on the slopes of Mount Etna, which he calls "Mediterranean Burgundy". Nowhere else is there such geological diversity, the subsoil being a yarrow made up of innumerable lava flows, each with its own mineral composition. Moreover, because of the altitude, the grapes benefit from a slow and progressive "northern" maturity, combining fruitiness, freshness, richness and power.

    In 2002, he created the Domain of Terre Nere in the northeast of Etna, between 600 m and 1000 m altitude, organically cultivated and planted with old vines more than 50 years old: carricante for the whites and nerello (mascalese and cappuccio) for the reds. The analogy with Burgundy continues as Mr. de Grazia harvests, vinifies and bottles each parcel separately like a Burgundian climate.

    Feudo di Mezzo, 100% nerello aged over 50 years, a wine the estate considers a Premier Cru, is charming and mouthwatering, carried by deep, spicy flesh. Rated 90+ for its 2017 by Ian d'Agata (Vinous).

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
    2022-2030
    Potential alcohol:
    14.5%
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  • 4495
    2017 Italy (Sicile - Etna)
    • Red
    • Certified organic wine
    32,08 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    Marco de Grazia is passionate about the vineyards on the slopes of Mount Etna, which he calls "Mediterranean Burgundy". Nowhere else is there such geological diversity, the subsoil being a yarrow made up of innumerable lava flows, each with its own mineral composition. Moreover, because of the altitude, the grapes benefit from a slow and progressive "northern" maturity, combining fruitiness, freshness, richness and power.

    In 2002, he created the Domain of Terre Nere in the northeast of Etna, between 600 m and 1000 m altitude, organically cultivated and planted with old vines more than 50 years old: carricante for the whites and nerello (mascalese and cappuccio) for the reds. The analogy with Burgundy continues as Mr. de Grazia harvests, vinifies and bottles each parcel separately like a Burgundian climate.

    Always in reference to Burgundy, "Feudo di Mezzo" and "Moganazzi" are classified as Premier Cru by Mr. de Grazia. Both 100% nerello over 50 years old, Feudo di Mezzo is precocious and silky when Moganazzi is more austere but also longer and more refined. Rated respectively 90+ and 92+/100 by d'Agata (Vinous).

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 1 to 2 years
    Apogée:
    2024-2033
    Potential alcohol:
    14.5%
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  • 5386
    2019 Italy (Sicile - Etna)
    • Red
    • Certified organic wine
    39,58 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    Marco de Grazia is passionate about the vineyards on the slopes of Mount Etna, which he calls "Mediterranean Burgundy". Nowhere else is there such geological diversity, the subsoil being a yarrow made up of innumerable lava flows, each with its own mineral composition. Moreover, because of the altitude, the grapes benefit from a slow and progressive "northern" maturity, combining fruitiness, freshness, richness and power.

    In 2002, he created the Domain of Terre Nere in the northeast of Etna, between 600 m and 1000 m altitude, organically cultivated and planted with old vines more than 50 years old: carricante for the whites and nerello (mascalese and cappuccio) for the reds. The analogy with Burgundy continues as Mr. de Grazia harvests, vinifies and bottles each parcel separately like a Burgundian climate.

    "Calderara Sottana" and "San Lorenzo" are two vineyards located on the Ellittico Crater flows, dating back 15,000-60,000 years and renowned for their great geological complexity. They are made up of 100% nerello vines between 50 and 100 years old and are both classified as Grand Cru by Mr. de Grazia. Two wines brimming with richness, full-bodied and smooth, with a denser tannic structure in San Lorenzo, rated 91+ and 92+/100 by d'Agata (Vinous) respectively.

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 3 to 5 years
    Apogée:
    2025-2038
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  • 4927
    2015 Italy (Sicile - Etna)
    • Red
    • Certified organic wine
    38,33 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    Marco de Grazia is passionate about the vineyards on the slopes of Mount Etna, which he calls "Mediterranean Burgundy". Nowhere else is there such geological diversity, the subsoil being a yarrow made up of innumerable lava flows, each with its own mineral composition. Moreover, because of the altitude, the grapes benefit from a slow and progressive "northern" maturity, combining fruitiness, freshness, richness and power.

    In 2002, he created the Domain of Terre Nere in the northeast of Etna, between 600 m and 1000 m altitude, organically cultivated and planted with old vines more than 50 years old: carricante for the whites and nerello (mascalese and cappuccio) for the reds. The analogy with Burgundy continues as Mr. de Grazia harvests, vinifies and bottles each parcel separately like a Burgundian climate.

    "Calderara Sottana" and "San Lorenzo" are two vineyards located on the Ellittico Crater flows, dating back 15,000-60,000 years and renowned for their great geological complexity. They are made up of 100% nerello vines between 50 and 100 years old and are both classified as Grand Cru by Mr. de Grazia. Two wines brimming with richness, full-bodied and smooth, with a denser tannic structure in San Lorenzo, rated 91+ and 92+/100 by d'Agata (Vinous) respectively.

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
    2022-2035
    More
  • 5155
    2018 Hungary (Tokaj)
    • Dry white
    18,75 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
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    Apart from its Spanish vineyards, Vega Sicilia is also a producer in Hungary in Tokaj. Mandelàs, named after the hill where the vines are located, is their dry white wine, 100% furmint aged 25 years, with aromas of grapefruit, apricot, mango and vanilla (fermented in new barrels), underpinned by a refreshing acidity. Like a crossing of Condrieu (on the nose) and Chablis (on the palate).

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
    2021-2026
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  • 3280
    2021 Portugal (Vinho Verde)
    • Dry white
    8,33 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
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    Dirk Van der Niepoort, a talented Port producer, is an unusual character: quirky, visionary and intuitive. Twenty-five years ago, he set out to introduce the quality of the wines of northern Portugal, while remaining faithful to Portuguese know-how and grape varieties. He has created a plethora of vintages (more than 50!) highlighting here a terroir, there a grape variety or unconventional winemaking. Faithful to ancestral Portuguese traditions, Mr Van der Niepoort makes his red wines by blending local grape varieties: touriga nacional, touriga franca, tinta roriz, alfrocheiro, baga, jaen...

    The term Vinho Verde originally referred to young and fresh wines and applied to both whites and reds. It has long been synonymous with white wines with a formidable acidity because they come from still green grapes. Mr. Van der Niepoort created this Dócil cuvée to demonstrate that a good Vinho Verde could be "docile". Vinified and matured in stainless steel vats, this wine made from the Loureiro grape variety on a granitic terroir offers a refreshing, crisp and fresh palate with floral (hawthorn, fern) and fruity (green apple, grapefruit, lime) aromas. And only 11° because the Vinho Verde appellation is not granted to wines titling more than 11°5.

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
    2022-2027
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  • 5372
    2020 Portugal
    • Dry white
    13,75 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    Out of stock
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    Dirk Van der Niepoort, a talented Port producer, is an unusual character: quirky, visionary and intuitive. Twenty-five years ago, he set out to introduce the quality of the wines of northern Portugal, while remaining faithful to Portuguese know-how and grape varieties. He has created a plethora of vintages (more than 50!) highlighting here a terroir, there a grape variety or unconventional winemaking. Faithful to ancestral Portuguese traditions, Mr Van der Niepoort makes his red wines by blending local grape varieties: touriga nacional, touriga franca, tinta roriz, alfrocheiro, baga, jaen...

    The Redoma Branco cuvée proves the mineral quality and perfect freshness of white wines made from old vines (rabigato, códega... from 60 to 80 years old) from the right bank of the Douro, cultivated at altitude (above 500 m) on schist.

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 1 to 2 years
    Apogée:
    2024-2032
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  • 5371
    2018 Portugal
    • Red
    41,67 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    Dirk Van der Niepoort, a talented Port producer, is an unusual character: quirky, visionary and intuitive. Twenty-five years ago, he set out to introduce the quality of the wines of northern Portugal, while remaining faithful to Portuguese know-how and grape varieties. He has created a plethora of vintages (more than 50!) highlighting here a terroir, there a grape variety or unconventional winemaking. Faithful to ancestral Portuguese traditions, Mr Van der Niepoort makes his red wines by blending local grape varieties: touriga nacional, touriga franca, tinta roriz, alfrocheiro, baga, jaen...

    Batuta, produced only in the best years (2018, the smallest harvest since 2000, is described as exceptional in Portugal), is made from a selection of the best 70 and 100 year old vine grapes on schist soils. With its minerality, velvety tannins and seductive freshness, it is the flagship of the entire Niepoort range.

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 1 to 2 years
    Apogée:
    2024-2035
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  • 5819
    2018 Portugal
    • Red
    22,50 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    Dirk Van der Niepoort, a talented Port producer, is an unusual character: quirky, visionary and intuitive. Twenty-five years ago, he set out to introduce the quality of the wines of northern Portugal, while remaining faithful to Portuguese know-how and grape varieties. He has created a plethora of vintages (more than 50!) highlighting here a terroir, there a grape variety or unconventional winemaking. Faithful to ancestral Portuguese traditions, Mr Van der Niepoort makes his red wines by blending local grape varieties: touriga nacional, touriga franca, tinta roriz, alfrocheiro, baga, jaen...

    Redoma represents the tradition of Douro wines. An authentic wine, with character, set on a firm but fine tannic base, civilised by a "Bordeaux-style" ageing process.

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
    2022-2030
    More
  • 4937
    2018 Portugal (Porto)
    • Red
    33,75 € ex VAT ½ bottle 37.5cl
    More

    Taylor's is the most famous House producing so-called English style Ports, i. e. straight and slender (while Graham, the other big House of Porto, represents the Portuguese style, softer and sweeter).

    Classic Vintage is a blend of their 3 historical quintas: Vargellas, Terra Feita and Junco. No vintage between 2011 and 2016.

    Neal Martin (Vinous) rated the 2017 Vintage 98/100 and the 2018 Vintage 97/100 "white pepper mingles with black fruit in a very precise finish. Great class".

    Available from January 2022.

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 10 years and more
    Apogée:
    2032-2050
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  • 4936
    2018 Portugal (Porto)
    • Red
    65,00 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    Taylor's is the most famous House producing so-called English style Ports, i. e. straight and slender (while Graham, the other big House of Porto, represents the Portuguese style, softer and sweeter).

    Classic Vintage is a blend of their 3 historical quintas: Vargellas, Terra Feita and Junco. No vintage between 2011 and 2016.

    Neal Martin (Vinous) rated the 2017 Vintage 98/100 and the 2018 Vintage 97/100 "white pepper mingles with black fruit in a very precise finish. Great class".

    Available from January 2022.

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 10 years and more
    Apogée:
    2035-2060
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  • 5373
    2018 Portugal (Porto)
    • Red
    130,00 € ex VAT magnum 150cl
    More

    Taylor's is the most famous House producing so-called English style Ports, i. e. straight and slender (while Graham, the other big House of Porto, represents the Portuguese style, softer and sweeter).

    Classic Vintage is a blend of their 3 historical quintas: Vargellas, Terra Feita and Junco. No vintage between 2011 and 2016.

    Neal Martin (Vinous) rated the 2017 Vintage 98/100 and the 2018 Vintage 97/100 "white pepper mingles with black fruit in a very precise finish. Great class".

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 10 years and more
    Apogée:
    2035-2060
    More
  • 3709
    2017 Portugal (Porto)
    • Red
    74,58 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    Out of stock
    More

    Taylor's is the most famous House producing so-called English style Ports, i. e. straight and slender (while Graham, the other big House of Porto, represents the Portuguese style, softer and sweeter).

    Classic Vintage is a blend of their 3 historical quintas: Vargellas, Terra Feita and Junco. No vintage between 2011 and 2016.

    Neal Martin (Vinous) rated the 2017 Vintage 98/100 and the 2018 Vintage 97/100 "white pepper mingles with black fruit in a very precise finish. Great class".

    Vintage 2017 rated 98/100 by Vinous.

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 10 years and more
    Apogée:
    2033-2060
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  • 3715
    2017 Portugal (Porto)
    • Red
    195,83 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
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    Taylor is the most famous House producing so-called English style Ports, i. e. straight and slender (while Graham, the other big House of Porto, represents the Portuguese style, softer and sweeter).

    Vintage Old Vines (Vinha Velha) is a limited edition, about 300 cases, of the 5 oldest parcels of the historical quinta of Vargellas (planted between 1890 and 1930).

    Neal Martin (Vinous) rated the 2017 Vintage 98/100 and the 2018 Vintage 97/100 "white pepper mingles with black fruit in a very precise finish. Great class".

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 10 years and more
    Apogée:
    2037-2067
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  • 4505
    ---- Portugal (Porto)
    • Red
    33,33 € ex VAT the set
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    Dirk Van der Niepoort, a talented Port producer, is an unusual character: quirky, visionary and intuitive. Faithful to Portuguese know-how and grape varieties, he has created an abundance of vintages (more than 50!) highlighting here a terroir, there a grape variety or unconventional vinification. This year, in collaboration with his wife (who is passionate about Japanese tea), he is offering a rather special gift set:


    - 1 bottle of his classic Tawny Port, aged for 7 years in small oak barrels,

    - 1 box of Pipa Cha (75g), an organic Oolong tea matured in the barrels used to age the Port.

  • 5658
    1995 Bas-Armagnac
    • Other
    49,17 € ex VAT bottle 70 cl
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    Owned by the Tarbe family for a century, the Hourtica estate produces one of the most honest and authentic armagnacs where each vintage has its own personality. With 18 hectares in the heart of the best Armagnac terroir (the tawny sands of Labastide in Bas-Armagnac), this estate blends the 3 traditional grape varieties: 40% baco for roundness and smoothness, 30% ugni blanc for its finesse and floral aromas, 30% colombard for its fruity and spicy aromas

    All its armagnacs are aged in barrels and bottled only as they are sold. Non rectified (no distilled water added), they reach 46° after 25 years and 41° after 50 years of age. The 1995 vintage was awarded a gold medal at the Concours Général de Paris.

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Potential alcohol:
    46%
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  • 5659
    1988 Bas-Armagnac
    • Other
    54,17 € ex VAT bottle 70 cl
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    Owned by the Tarbe family for a century, the Hourtica estate produces one of the most honest and authentic armagnacs where each vintage has its own personality. With 18 hectares in the heart of the best Armagnac terroir (the tawny sands of Labastide in Bas-Armagnac), this estate blends the 3 traditional grape varieties: 40% baco for roundness and smoothness, 30% ugni blanc for its finesse and floral aromas, 30% colombard for its fruity and spicy aromas

    All its armagnacs are aged in barrels and bottled only as they are sold. Non rectified (no distilled water added), they reach 46° after 25 years and 41° after 50 years of age. The 1995 vintage was awarded a gold medal at the Concours Général de Paris.

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Potential alcohol:
    42%
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  • 5660
    1979 Bas-Armagnac
    • Other
    89,17 € ex VAT bottle 70 cl
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    Owned by the Tarbe family for a century, the Hourtica estate produces one of the most honest and authentic armagnacs where each vintage has its own personality. With 18 hectares in the heart of the best Armagnac terroir (the tawny sands of Labastide in Bas-Armagnac), this estate blends the 3 traditional grape varieties: 40% baco for roundness and smoothness, 30% ugni blanc for its finesse and floral aromas, 30% colombard for its fruity and spicy aromas

    All its armagnacs are aged in barrels and bottled only as they are sold. Non rectified (no distilled water added), they reach 46° after 25 years and 41° after 50 years of age. The 1995 vintage was awarded a gold medal at the Concours Général de Paris.

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Potential alcohol:
    42%
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  • 5661
    1969 Bas-Armagnac
    • Other
    201,67 € ex VAT bottle 70 cl
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    Owned by the Tarbe family for a century, the Hourtica estate produces one of the most honest and authentic armagnacs where each vintage has its own personality. With 18 hectares in the heart of the best Armagnac terroir (the tawny sands of Labastide in Bas-Armagnac), this estate blends the 3 traditional grape varieties: 40% baco for roundness and smoothness, 30% ugni blanc for its finesse and floral aromas, 30% colombard for its fruity and spicy aromas

    All its armagnacs are aged in barrels and bottled only as they are sold. Non rectified (no distilled water added), they reach 46° after 25 years and 41° after 50 years of age. The 1995 vintage was awarded a gold medal at the Concours Général de Paris.

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Potential alcohol:
    41%
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