Feast yourself while there is some of these left! These are all exclusive world wines - a spectacular coming together of Medal winning wines with top reviews, all in one case. Wines that are worthy of the best celebrations - Catch a glimpse of this case below and get one NOW while you can - They'll sell out in no time.
Your case of 12 bottles will include the following:
2 x Palliser Estate Sauvignon Blanc, 2015. Once in a while, a very special wine comes along. Palliser hasn’t been seen in Ireland since 2009 but it was the biggest selling New Zealand wine then. It is the choice New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc served in Business Class on Etihad, Quantas, Air New Zealand, Lufthansa and Cathay Pacific. If that’s enough, it’s been proudly listed in all 4 three Michelin starred restaurants in New York either now or at some stage since inception. It has been winning awards since its very first vintage. It was awarded a Gold Medal at the Decanter World wine awards – Internationally regarded as one of the best Sauvignon Blancs in the world.
1 x Domaine Weinbach Gewurtztraminer, Alsace, 2001 Nearly 17 years old this Gewurtztraminer has taken on the most sensational bottle ageing properties. Even if you are not drawn to the variety (It is often quite floral and scented) this is an opportunity to taste the second most expensive wine to come from Alsace. The vineyard was owned and operated by Monks since the 17th century and the wine oozes history! The winery is Domaine Weinbach - The average price of this bottle alone is €50! – Silver Medal at the Decanter World Wine Awards. It is delicate, luscious and 17 years old. Enjoy this with Cheese or dessert and due to it's age, avoid leaving to enjoy over multiple occasions! My own tip here is blue cheese!
Domain rated 3 stars by the Guide of best wines of France (Guide des meilleurs vins de France)
Gold Medal at the Decanter World Wine Awards (2010 Vintage)
94/100 : Wine Enthusiast
94/100 : Luca Gradini
93/100 : Wine Enthusiast
91/100 : Wine Spectator
- 2 x Chateau Roc de Levraut Bordeaux Superieur, 2014 Award winning Bordeaux Superieur from winemaker Remy Ballerin. It was awarded with 88 Parker points In a review by Janice Robinson, she said - ‘pounce on this Bordeaux - it is Softer and smoother than other Bordeauxs, and it is a really smart buy’. It won a Bronze Medal at the Concours des Grandes Vins de France.
1 x Milton Park Riesling,Thorn Clark, Barossa Valley,Australia,2011 Riesling, along with Chardonnay are fast becoming the star grape varieties at premium level coming out of Australia. Barossa and other valleys around Adelaide are producing the very best in all of Australia and Thorn Clarke need little introducing as one of the primary producers from the region. A simple Google search will show this. Renowned Barossa Wine Producer Thorn Clarke make this and the little age helps it along nicely. It is aged since 2011 and as Riesling fans know, the varietal takes on an incredible bouquet and aroma as it ages. It also won a Silver Medal at the Concours de Bordeaux Wine Awards 2013.
88/100 : Wine Enthusiast
88/100 : Vinous Antonio Galloni
89/100 : Stepen Tanzer
- 2 x Di Camillo Montepulciano d'Abruzzo, Italy Di Camillo are a family owned operation based in the Puglia in Southern Italy. They make small batch amounts of their wines, and we've imported them for over 10 years. This is not the most complex wine you will have had, but it is made as a fresh fruit driven style to go with or without food. Giuseppe and his team have just built a barrique cellar to allow them introduce more oak to the wine. This is a beautifully rounded and fruit driven Montepulciano from Italy - It's RRP is just €12 and it can be regularly found on promotion at WineOnline.ie for €10. Is there a better wine right now at that price? It is a Bronze Medal winner in the International Wine Challenge 2013.
- 1 x Santa Cruz Garnacha Tintorera,Alpara, Spain Spain have had such success with Rioja that they are a victim of their own success when it comes to promotion other wines and other regions. Alpara is on the East Coast of Spain, just 100km inland from the sea. Garnacha Tintorera is a richer grape than Tempranillo which is used in Rioja. This wine may well be the surprise for you in this case, as so few have heard of Garnacha Tintorera, let alone Alpara where it is from! It is juicy, full of delicious oak flavours with spikes of tannin and tobacco. It offers much more than an easy glass and challenges the palette to enjoy it, regardless of when and where you have opened it.
- 1 x Santuario Malbec, Mendoza, Argentina We included this Malbec in our Christmas case and we have reintroduced it because of the applause it received. Compiling a collection of great wines as we regularly do, feels incomplete without a Mendoza Malbec in there to treat oneself. This is stainless steel fermented, in tank with no oak ageing for an approachable style that will ultimately be easy drinking. It is wonderfully simple and really enjoyable.
- 1 x Domaine Montarels Pinot Noir,Cotes de Thongue,France There are 14 villages that make up the Côtes de Thongue appellation which is 30 miles west of Montpellier in Southern France. Its designation is only vin de pays, which in France means basic “country wine,” but estates like Domaine des Montarels represent the new wave of independent producers that are showing the area’s true potential. When Dhanya and Nova Collette bought the property in 2005, the grapes from the vineyards had been sold to the local co-op for generations. Trusting in the quality of their fruit and in modern winemaking practices, the couple released their first vintage in 2007. Since then the venture has gone from strength to strength in a not so well known, up-and-coming region that typifies the emergence of the Languedoc Roussillon region as a whole. This is made in the Burgundian Style. The wine was aged in new Oak for 5 years and was not released as it was too overpowering. When the winemaker Fabienne introduced 2 year old oak in 2012 it finally vindicated her years of effort and a star was born. They released their first Pinot in 2012 and WineOnline.ie now get their entire Irish Allocation every year. We love this wine!
1 x Neffiez Hadrien Syrah Grenache, Languedoc,France To manage expectations of this bottle, pretend you are about to open a really great Cotes du Rhone. The blend is the very same, yet we are all more familiar with the Rhone valley staple, Cotes du Rhone. Neffiez is a small vineyard in the Languedoc, further south and they are producing wines in the same style from a traditionally cheaper land area. Neffies range is exclusively made up of AOP Languedoc Wines. Each Cuvee is a homage to the village, its history and It's people. .
Background notes of black olive, Earl Grey tea and freshly cracked pepper add complexity to layers of succulent blackberry, mulberry and baked plum. Medium-to-full-bodied, it is generous in the mouth with moderate, well-integrated tannins and a long, satisfying finish.
- 1 x Neffiez Hadrien Syrah Grenache, Languedoc,France To manage expectations of this bottle, pretend you are about to open a really great Cotes du Rhone. The blend is the very same, yet we are all more familiar with the Rhone valley staple, Cotes du Rhone. Neffiez is a small vineyard in the Languedoc, further south and they are producing wines in the same style from a traditionally cheaper land area. Neffies range is exclusively made up of AOP Languedoc Wines. Each Cuvee is a homage to the village, its history and It's people. .
Terms and Conditions: This is a one-off, unrepeatable offer. These wines sell for as much as €25.95, where one bottle in the case is valued at €50 individually. There is only 80 cases available and when they are sold out they are gone! There is a limit of two cases per customer. Add a single Bottle to your order: https://wineonline.ie/collections/build-your-own-case View all Easter Wines On sale: https://wineonline.ie/collections/easter-promotions