AlAll wines are 750ml unless otherwise specied. Prices do not include Consumption Tax. RRP=Recommended Retail Price.R-3-VC's New Arrivals This SummerPreservative-free Shiraz full of freshnessRRP ¥3,600Origin: McLaren Vale, South Australia Varietal: ShirazAlc. 14.1% Made from grapes grown on a certied biody-namic single-estate vineyard, using wild yeast ferment and basket-pressed after 10-12 says on skins, with no additives in the wine so it is preservative free (PF). Medium bodied, fresh and fruit driven, showing lovely vibrant characters with no use of oak, it is delicious enjoyed young.Yangarra Estate VineyardPF Shiraz 2019 (Screw cap) CODE11307A colourful Rose with a hint of hibiscusRRP ¥3,000Origin: Oregon Varietal: Sangiovese Alc. 12.9% Made primarily from Sangiovese grapes from south-ern Oregon. Fruit aromas of strawberry, peaches, water-melon and tangerine, together with notes of hibiscus and lemongrass. The vibrant palate opens with mouth-watering acidity and nishes with a full, creamy, smooth texture. Excellent with BBQs.A to ZRose 2018 (Screw cap) CODE11136Nelson SB displays poised complexityRRP ¥2,800Origin: Nelson, New Zealand Varietal: Sauvignon BlancAlc. 13.2% Compared to Marlborough, Sauvignon Blanc from the cooler Nelson region shows stronger kiwifruit and herb characters, and is drier in the mouth. The Tiritiri, Maori for ‘cultivate’, is grown on the alluvial gravels of the Waimea Plains rather than the clays soils of Neudorf’s estate vineyards. The added complexity of barrel fermenting 20% of the fruit contributes to a poised and sophisticated white.Neudorf TiritiriSauvignon Blanc 2019 (Screw cap) CODE11359Syrah paints a fresh image of Chilean winesRRP ¥1,800Origin: Colchagua Valley, ChileVarietal: SyrahAlc. 14.2% In recent years, wine producers in Chile have evolved from growing varietals in demand by the international market, to exploring varietals that best express their unique terroir. This Koyle Syrah, grown on the granitic rocky soils of Colchagua Valley, is a great example of the delicious results. Its rened aromas and avours, and silky tannins paint a fresh image of the potential of Chilean wines.KoyleCuvee Los Lingues Syrah 2016CODE11169Vintage sparkling on a par with ChampagneRRP ¥6,500Origin: Waipara Valley, North Canterbury, New ZealandVarietals: Pinot Noir 90%, Chardonnay 10%Alc. 11.2% Dosage 7.5g/L Just the second release of this vintage Pinot Noir-dominant sparkling, it displays a nice balance of rich Pinot Noir fruit with the sharp acid of the Chardon-nay, giving it an inviting depth. Waipara is one of the outstanding regions outside of Champagne to produce quality grapes for making sparkling wines. Available in very limited quantities.Koyama Methode TraditionnelleSparkling Brut (Pinot Chardonnay) 2017CODE11347Fine sparkling wine that’s popular in a major airline’s loungeRRP ¥2,500Origin: King Valley, Victoria Varietal: Glera 100% Alc. 11.8% Residual sugar 11.0g/L This softly sparkling wine used to be labelled ‘Prosec-co’, but has been renamed ‘Glera’ to reect the grape varietal due to the EU geographical indication protec-tion system. Fruity aromas of lemon sorbet, lime and jasmine, the zingy acidity and dry nish in the mouth boost the feeling of refreshment. A perfect summer aperitif to pair with ricotta cheese salad or caprese.PizziniGlera (Crown Cap) NVCODE11330

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