• The lovely tannins of the variety blend elegantly into the wine and promise a long shelf life of over 10 years. Its outstanding quality is guaranteed by the fact that all the vineyard greenwork and harvesting in the Mateo vineyard, which covers only 6 hectares, is done entirely by hand. The wine was made from clone 5 of the grape, harvested in mid-September. Hand-picked and destemmed, it was fermented in unpeated barrels and aged for 28 months in 60% new American and French oak barrels. Blackberries, blackcurrant, dark chocolate, Dutch cocoa, pepper, violet, good acidity, restrained tannins, perfect balance. Great Wine.
  • Dark ruby-red in colour, with notes of plum and blackberry on the nose, which are also present on the palate in varying degrees, with blackberry and dark chocolate aromas. The palate is similarly complex, with ripe tannins and a rich acidity to harmonise the experience.
  • Handpicked eyes. A blend of Cabernet Franc (36%), Petit Verdot (21%), Syrah (11%) and Carménère (32%). Mostly matured in new French oak barrels for 28 months. Deep colour, black berries and cinnamon on the nose. Rich, luscious sips, with bubbling black cherry, plum, pomegranate and cinnamon. A round, complex, serious wine.
  • The winery's only syrah, the latest vintage of which is now being released, has less in common with New World and Australian Shiraz, its hot Rhone Valley-style Americanness suggesting more French inspiration. The grapes come from the flat Ingeborg vineyard, in the eastern, hotter climate part of the Santa Ynez AVA, closer to the Happy Canyon AVA. A 100% syrah wine from a sandy-clay subsoil overlain by river gravel, using a clone of the variety called "Estrella" at 1.5 kg/capital. Harvest in early September. Hand-picked, hand-picked and cold-soaked. 80% aged in French oak barrels for one year, 20% in Hungarian oak barrels for 28 months. Bottled without filtration. The nose is blackberry, roasted chestnut, pine resin, smoked meat, and the taste is equally complex: the blackberry uranium is followed by liquorice, chocolate, saltiness and tobacco. 2600 bottles were produced.
  • Dignus

    12 900 Ft
    SUPER ETYEK! Quite a dark ruby colour. Ripe, balsamic, intensely spicy, forest-fruity, evolving, woody nose. A full-bodied, very silky textured wine with ripe tannins, well balanced, with flavours of forest fruits and toast, fine balsamic and a long finish.
  • Pinot noir selection from Vál, hand harvested. Fermentation in open vats followed by 12 months in oak barrels. It is characterised by delicate, cocoa aromas, deep cherry flavours, silky tannins and a fine acidity structure.
  • In the glass, it shows a clear, soft brick-red hue, with burgundy reflexes that appear in some spots. The fragrance brings out violet, floral notes, complemented by a touch of perfumery. Thanks to the 1-year-old ageing in Hungarian barrels, we can also feel minimally woody, aged, roasted aromas in its taste. The aromas of burnt sugar, liqueur come out here too, sneaking itself into the hearts of pinot noir lovers.
  • In appearance, it is a pure brick-red shade of Pinot noir with pale onion skin reflexes. In the aroma of candied red berries and fruits, they leave room for a little sweetish, liqueur aroma. The sip remains in the mouth for a moderately long time, the taste is dominated by red currants and red currant jam, combinated with minimal vegetal notes. The notes of 1-year Hungarian barrel ageing are perfectly compensated by its soft, pleasant acids.
  • Pinot Noir

    4 190 Ft
    A bright ruby-coloured wine typical of Pinot Noir. The nose is mainly spicy, with fresh fruity notes. The cherry and raspberry flavours are complemented by cherry, sweet spices and the fuller aromas of barrel ageing. True Burgundy
  • The soul of Argentina is present in this wine. The wine attracts attention for its originality and vitality. It has the best characteristics of the malbec and cabernet sauvignon varieties, with an intense, deep violet colour. In addition to serious, sweet tannins, the palate offers vanilla, pepper, dried figs, plum jam and blackcurrant. First a strong spiciness and then a chocolatey finish.


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