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Pack includes 3 wines, 1 bottle of each. Non ammendable. 




Mythopia ‘Shining’ 2009


Hans-Peter Schmidt’s ‘Mythopia’ - natural wines made from pure grapes with the music of wild bees and the vistas of Swiss mountain sides.


‘Shining’ is impossible to categorise, to put in a box. It is Pinot Noir, but I do hope that before you have tasted this wine you’re aware that it is not red in colour, nor will it likely remind you of any other of the same grape you have tasted prior. Orange/red in colour, the nose will almost undoubtedly remind you of a Sherry, nutty, salty, enriched by the southern sun. Too warm to be Vin Jaune, too fruity to be Cognac, although it sits somewhere in the middle. It spent 11 years in barrel, not topped up. The wine displays deep fruits, raspberries and maraschino cherries; you'll feel the juice's extraordinary energy with every sip, underlined by a salty punch and some minerality only the Alps can transmit into the grapes. Wondrous and truly unique.



Jean Foillard Morgon ‘Cote du Py’ 2010


Morgon from Foillard shows wonderfully fresh, pure aromas of cherries and blackberries combined with a haunting, otherworldly complexity that is distinctly Foillard; you can almost smell through them. In the mouth, again there’s a wonderful transparency. Crunchy, fresh fruit is complemented by a satiny, silky structure and some delicate spice.


2010 is a lovely vintage for Foillard's Morgon Cote du Py. Complex as always, lovely red fruit aromas, medium-bodied, well structured and very long. Perfect drunk now as it becomes a teenager.



Domaine de Chassorney Morey St. Denis 1er Cru ‘Les Monts Luisants’ 2011


Frédéric Cossard created his domaine in 1996, deciding to adhere to strict principles, namely respect for the soil and the vine, and the most natural possible expression of the terroir. He does not come from a family of winemakers. His father worked in the milk trade and the same was for Frédéric, given his heritage and how difficult it is to acquire land in Burgundy, the grapes are purchased from vineyards that respect Cossard’s philosophy, that where herbicides and chemicals are banned and "natural" viticulture is practiced.


A rare opportunity to taste a 12 year old bottle of famed Beaujolais Cru Morey Saint Denis, from 1er Cru vineyard ‘Monts Luisants’ in the far northwestern corner of the Morey-Saint-Denis vineyard belt, on the slopes immediately above the prestigious Clos de la Roche Grand Cru climat. This is a small vineyard capable of making great wines.


At sight it shows a light ruby red colour. On the nose it’s rich and spicy, embellished with cherry and plum. On the palate it has excellent balance, with delicate tannins and inherent freshness.


2000's Baby

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