AlAll wines are 750ml unless otherwise specied. Prices do not include Consumption Tax. (S) after the vintage siginies Screw Cap. RRP=Recommended Retail Price.R-5-CODE10361       Riesling from the Oregon specialistsRegion︓Willamette Valley, OregonVariety︓RieslingAlc. 11.5%Brooks makes 12 dierent kinds of Ries-ling from dry to sweet, categorizing them on the IRF (International Riesling foundation) scale for sweetness. Sweet P, named after founder Pascal Brooks, is made from fruit sourced solely from an estate vineyard planted in the mid 1970s that was left to hang late on the vine to spread noble rot. Residual sugar 39.7 g / L. Wine Enthusiast magazine Editorʼs Choice 93 pts.Brooks Sweet P Riesling2015CODE10247The power & pleasure of Lodi Zinfandel Region︓Lodi, CaliforniaVariety︓Zinfandel/ Syrah/ Petit SyrahAlc. 13.8%The Spenker family has farmed in the Cen-tral Valley for 3 generations, starting as a grape grower before creating their own winery and label. This estate-grown Zinfandel is powerful yet supple, showing blackberry and cherry aromas and avours. 20 months in French oak barrels provides delicious toasted vanilla under-tones and a delectably smooth nish. Car-amel and coee avours make it especially enjoyable to drink on its own.SpenkerEstate Zinfandel 2013CODE10249A refreshing approach to Pinot Noir RoséRegion︓Willamette Valley, OregonVariety︓Pinot NoirAlc. 12.5%Eyrie takes a unique approach to making Pinot Noir Rosé, with natural fermentation of small lots of fruit from old vines in Eola-Amity Hills, partially barrel fermented in neutral oak, then aged for 6 months before bottling. A particularly complex vintage, it shows berry and oral notes that oat over a full-avoured, rich front to mid-palate. A delicious and inviting cool drink in summer, and the perfect accom-paniment to a cheese platter.The Eyrie Vineyards Rose of Pinot Noir2015CODE10291Malbec from the worldʼs highest vineyardsRegion︓Valle Calchaqui, Salta, ArgentinaVariety︓MalbecAlc. 15.0%Made from fruit from the highest vine-yards in the world, Altura Maxima, at an altitude of 3100 meters. The poor, rocky soil and strong sunshine produces low yields of condensed fruit, with the wide temperature dierences between day and night adding further complexity. Aged in the barrel for 24 months, it shows engag-ing oral aromas, ne texture and a refreshing acid on the long nish. Wine Advocate magazine 97 pts.Bodega Colome Altura Maxima Malbec2013RRP¥4,000RRP¥4,500RRP¥4,300RRP¥14,800NEWNEWVC's Recommendations This Summer


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