New arrivals on our shores this Feb 2023

Several shipments sailing in during the last days of 2022 have finally cleared and we are mostly set for you. Please do get in touch with further questions or remarks. We are happy to share our thoughts! Delays from the United States weren’t for the impatient, thus we are very pleased to share new arrivals from Arnot Roberts, Marietta, Sandhi and Domaine de la Cote with you once more.


From Alpamanta in Mendoza a couple low intervention wines including the Pet Nat Rose from the Criolla grape, a light skin-fermented Chardonnay, and the no sulphur Malbec called Campal.  


Year in year out Luke Lambert’s elegant Chardonnay and lifted Syrah releases are a joy to be had. This vintage is 2021.

AUSTRIA (late Feb)

·  Rudi Rabl’s lovely aromatic Muskateller 2021 from Kamptal

·  Johannes Trapl juicy Blaufrankisch, Carnuntum

·  Tinhof’s pretty expression of St Laurent, as well as the golden Neuburger (white) in the Burgenland

·  Wabi Sabi’s layered Solera White

·  Michael Gindl’s Flora White 2021


·  Laberinto’s Chardonnay and Mezcla Tinta Merlot blend from Colbun in the high Andes

·  Garage Wine’s favorite single ferment Cinsault 2021 and deep and spicy Carignan 2019

GERMANY (late Feb / early Mar)

·  Koehler Ruprecht Riesling Kabinett Dry 2020

·  Enderle & Moll single vineyard Pinot Noirs 2020


·  Sclavos with two orange wines; again the Vostilidi and then also a new Muscat

·  Tetramythos white and textured Malagousia grape and the light red Mavro Kalavrytino

·  Thymiopoulos successful Xinomavro labels includes the pretty rose


·  Domaine Testut Chablis VV 2020, Burgundy

·  St Antoine Chablis 2021, Burgundy

·  A long list of mature and young white and red Burgundies from various terroirs, Burgundy (late Feb)

·  Domaine de Viaud Lalande de Pomerol from 2000, 2001, 2004 and 1994, Bordeaux (late Feb)

·  Domaine de Aurage Cotes Castillon 2012, over delivered by the Mitjaville family, Bordeaux (late Feb)

·  Jacques Lassaigne singular Blanc de Blancs from Montgueux in the Cotes de Bar, Champagne (late Feb)

·  Tue Boeuf, Loire, La Butte Gamay, Grenache from Roussillon and Pineau de la Loire (Chenin Blanc)

·  Adele Rouze, Loire, great drinking Quincy a Sauvignon Blanc

·  Domaine de L’Epinay easy going Muscadet sur Lie

·  Clos du Joncuas, Rhone, the Gigondas and Vacqueyras 2020, Rhone

·  Michel Chapoutier, Rhone, Cote Rotie Quartuor 2021, Rhone

·  Frederic Lornet, Jura mineral and precise Cremant Rose from Poulsard

·  Domaine le Fouques, Provence a biodynamic Rose


·  Peter Dipoli Sauvignon Blanc Voglar 2018, Alto Adige

·  Begali Valpolicella Ripasso 2019, Veneto; and the Amarone 2018

·  Dante Rivetti’s mature Barbaresco from 2008, 2007, and 2001

·  Il Roccolo di Monticelli Pet Nat 2020, Veneto

·  Marco Barba Barbabolla Pet Nat 2021, Veneto

·  Collemattoni Brunello di Montalcino Riserva 2016, Tuscany

·  Castello di Verduno white Pelaverga and sparkling pink Spumante

·  Az Agr 499 fresh 2022 Moscato d’Asti


·  Barbeito’s Rainwater Madeira 5 YO Medium Dry


·  Hacienda Monasterio Cosecha 2020 and massive Reserva 2018

·  Equipo Navazos Fino Bota 115, Oloroso 74 and Amontillado Bota 95


Arnot Robert’s 2021 Watson Rach, the 2021 and few 2020 Trout Gulch from Santa Cruz, wholebunch Syrah from Sonoma Coast the cellar worthy Fellom Ranch Cabernet Sauvignon from Santa Cruz again. Listed on the rare & limited

Sandhi Chardonnay Central Coast 2020; the Chardonnay Sanford & Benedict 2020 and Pinot Noir Santa Rita 2020 on the rare & limited list

Domaine de la Cote 2020 prices shown on the rare and limited list; a concentrated and expressive year

Marietta’s well-priced Sonoma Coast wines seem like a steal. The multi-vintage Zinfandel blend called OVR Lot 73 is rated 95 by Robert Parker; plus a pure Zin and fine Sonoma Cabernet Sauvignon

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