• Wine: Dornach 8 Appellation: Vigneti delle Dolomiti IGT Variety: Pinot Nero Vintage: 2017 Vine Age: 15 yrs Elevation: 350-370m Soil: Limestone Yield: 5-6t/ha Vinification: Large Oak Aging: Large Oak Alcohol: 12.5% Description: For Pinot Noir lovers this is as good as it gets. A sublime expression of site and soils. 60% whole berry and 40% whole bunch, no selected yeasts, no clarification, no stabilization. Pure mountain Pinot Noir. Single vineyard sourced and aged in a combination of large oak casks and used barrique. A Desert Island wine if there ever was one.
  • Wine: Roter Malvasier Appellation: Weinberg Dolomiten IGT Variety: Roter Malvasier Vintage: 2016 Vine Age: 4-10 yrs Elevation: 450m Soil: Porphyry, Volcanic Yield: 5-6t/ha Vinification: Steel Aging: Steel Alcohol: 12.5% Description: Roter Malvasier is an ancient indigenous variety from the area of Bolzano. Today In Der Eben is perhaps the last winegrower of this variety in Italy. Typically light in color, very spicy, elegant, aromatic and with crisp acidity. Only 1,000 bottles made in a typical vintage. Truly a gift from the South Tyrol hills!
  • Wine Name: Lu Appellation: Barolo DOCG Variety: Nebbiolo Vine Age: 20-47 years Elevation: 250m Soil Type: Clay, Limestone Yield: 4t/ha Vinification: Steel Aging: Large Oak, Concrete, Bottle (36 months) Alcohol 14.5% Farming: Organic with Biodynamic Principles Finishing: Unfiltered, unfined Description: Named after Eugenio and Cinzia’s daughter, Lucia, “Lu” comes from the La Serra and Fossati crus. Maceration lasts between 25-30 days before elevated to large oak foudre for two years followed by 12 months in glass-lined cement vats and a further 12 months in bottle. The singular ruby hue that only Barolo can lay claim leads to captivating aromas, fine tannins and bright acidity all in perfect unison, hallmarks of Barolo that the prized 2015 vintage have on offer even at its relatively young age.
  • Wine: Silberberg Grosses Gewächs (GG) Appellation: Ahrweiler, Silberberg Variety: Spätburgunder Vintage: 2017 Vine Age: 35-45 yrs Elevation: 200m Soil: Devonian slate, clay and loess Yield: 3-4t/ha Vinification: Small Oak (300 ltr) Aging: Used Barrique Alcohol: 13.5% Description: Lying on the early, steep slopes of ‘Silver Mountain‘ where the excavation of Roman ruins identified the silver ore from which the mountain was named, the vineyard‘s combination of slate and a loess/clay produces Spätburgunder at once powerful and yet evocatively elegant.