Magia Fiore, 126 kr

Bianco Spumante Dolce

24462649
The Winery
The winery was founded by Pietro Tonon in 1936 and the Tonon family have handed down his techniques through a good three generations. The name Camúl originates from a small piece of land situated in the hilly area of Carpesica, not far from Vittorio Veneto (in the province of Treviso) where the original family cultivated the very best of its wine production from the early 1900s. The winery has been able to retain the excellent levels of quality achieved in the past and, at the same time, continuously make progress by improving production techniques with the new and enjoyable sensations that they bring.
Today Camúl wines, enhanced with a modern twist by Loris Tonon and his staff, still embody the excellence of the company while creating a fine niche wine. The company is part of the consortium for the protection of Prosecco di Conegliano-Valdobbiadene D.O.C.G . The three key words that mark our Camúl line: Tradition: the Tonon family have continued to be faithful to Pietro Tonon’s techniques through three generations. Respect:the winery shares and preserves the strong values entrenched in the land: winemaking excellence is obtained through constant research, careful attention to the vines, selections made at harvest time and continuous monitoring of the entire production system. All in the name of tradition and care. Quality: the process concludes with a stringent analytical gustatory test aimed to certify the wine properties and characteristics before it goes to market.
The Sommelier notes:
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Bioweingut Hofer Biosecco Riesling -SLUTSÅLD!

Weinviertel

24461973
The Family
The Philosophy: Unique, distinctive wine that reflects the soil, the climate, the vintage and the people who made the wine can only be created with and in nature. Hofer family takes care of the vineyards according to organic biological guidelines, without the use of chemical pesticides and fertilizers. The result is wines with depth, complexity, sophistication, calm and potential.  Taking what comes and making the best of it is their motto. Pesticides and fertilizers separate the vines from their soil, the cosmos and the other fellow creatures. The result is uniform wines that are the same all over the world. Great wine can only be created with nature and never in the struggle against it. They cultivate a total of 30 hectares of vineyards. Their vineyards are planted with: 53% Grüner Veltliner, 15% Zweigelt, 10% Riesling, 8% Welschriesling, 4% St. Laurent, 1% Pinot Blanc, 9% consist of a mixed set, yellow muscatel and red mushroom-tolerant varieties. The grapes are harvested by hand from late September to early November.
The Sommelier notes:
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Domain Mersiol Gewurtztraminer 2018

Alsace

1183392
The Family
Located on the hillsides of Dambach-la-ville in the Alsace region of northeastern France, the Mersiol family heritage dates back to the 18th century. The first bottle has been sold in 1946. In 1960, the Estate was expended with the marriage of Guy Mersiol to Anne-Lise Ruhlmann whose family owned an adjoining Estate. These wines are now sold as “Domaine Mersiol”. 12 hectares are now planted; 3.5 of which are classified as Grand Cru Frankstein. All wines are Estate grown, vinified and bottled. Joined by their son Stéphane in 2000, the Estate is now cultivated on an organic way (started in 2006) to extract the delicate minerality from our terroir made out of granite. The family firmly believe that the quality of their wine depends above all on the quality of the vines, they cultivate the vineyards in an ecological way without any use of herbicides, pesticides or any chemical fertilizer. In order to fertilize the soils, they have theuir own flock of sheep that takes cares of the vineyards after the harvest. 100% organic vines & wines (Ecocert certification) their ecological production management system promotes and enhances biodiversity, paying particular attention to the health of the soil. This biodiversity makes for excellent soil structure by providing a complex root system at varied depths. These roots (as well as their breakdown) provide organic material and aerate the soil. This in turn promotes microbial activity.
The Sommelier notes:
[x] During a three-year cycle, we use a tool for mechanically cutting the grass between vines and rows (working on every other row). During the fourth year we then till the soil (also using an “inter-vine” method) in order to avoid too much competition between the plants and the vines. This scheme can be adapted to suit the age of the vines and the type of soil.
[x] We only manipulate the superficial layer of the soil to preserve its original structure. In order to maintain the balance achieved, we avoid packing our soil wherever possible (use of light machinery – small crawler tractor, quad bike, low-pressure tyres – and optimization of movement within the vineyards). With the benefit of controlled growth and microbial activity, the vines become less susceptible to parasites.
[x] The plants growing in our vineyards – proof that the soil is healthy and well-balanced – are often edible: lamb’s lettuce, Queen Anne’s lace, bear’s garlic, dandelion, horse mint, many-flowered onion, etc. Other plants include clover, vetch, camomile, chickweed, wild tulips, two varieties of daisies, bluebells, cornflowers, poppies, carnations, veronica, wild pansies, violets, etc.
[x] Grape variety : 100% Gewurztraminer
[x]
Terroir : granite
[x]
Vine age : 25 years
[x]
Surface : 90 ares
[x]
Densité : 5000 vines / hectare
[x]
Yield : 45 hl / ha
[x]
Pruning: Double Guyot
[x]
Harvest: hand picked
[x]
Viticultural method : Agriculture Biologique (Ecocert certification)
[x]
Vinification : cold static clarification during 48 hours after pressing. Slow regulated fermentation in stainless steel between 15 and 18°C during 1 month.
[x] Tasting: Full-bodied and well structured, it develops a rich aroma of flowers (rose), spices and exotic fruit (lychee, mango). The palate is off-dry and powerful with a long finish.
Food matching: It is perfect as an aperitif or with ethnic cuisine, spice (”Red Thai chicken curry with jasmine rice”, ”sweet & sour chicken with pineapple”), with strong cheeses (Blue cheese, Munster…) or with orange (canard à l’Orange or salade).

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Domaine Mersiol Riesling 2018

Alsace

738481
The Family
Located on the hillsides of Dambach-la-ville in the Alsace region of northeastern France, the Mersiol family heritage dates back to the 18th century. The first bottle has been sold in 1946. In 1960, the Estate was expended with the marriage of Guy Mersiol to Anne-Lise Ruhlmann whose family owned an adjoining Estate. These wines are now sold as “Domaine Mersiol”. 12 hectares are now planted; 3.5 of which are classified as Grand Cru Frankstein. All wines are Estate grown, vinified and bottled. Joined by their son Stéphane in 2000, the Estate is now cultivated on an organic way (started in 2006) to extract the delicate minerality from our terroir made out of granite. The family firmly believe that the quality of their wine depends above all on the quality of the vines, they cultivate the vineyards in an ecological way without any use of herbicides, pesticides or any chemical fertilizer. In order to fertilize the soils, they have theuir own flock of sheep that takes cares of the vineyards after the harvest. 100% organic vines & wines (Ecocert certification) their ecological production management system promotes and enhances biodiversity, paying particular attention to the health of the soil. This biodiversity makes for excellent soil structure by providing a complex root system at varied depths. These roots (as well as their breakdown) provide organic material and aerate the soil. This in turn promotes microbial activity.
The Sommelier notes:
[x] During a three-year cycle, we use a tool for mechanically cutting the grass between vines and rows (working on every other row). During the fourth year we then till the soil (also using an “inter-vine” method) in order to avoid too much competition between the plants and the vines. This scheme can be adapted to suit the age of the vines and the type of soil.
[x] We only manipulate the superficial layer of the soil to preserve its original structure. In order to maintain the balance achieved, we avoid packing our soil wherever possible (use of light machinery – small crawler tractor, quad bike, low-pressure tyres – and optimization of movement within the vineyards). With the benefit of controlled growth and microbial activity, the vines become less susceptible to parasites.
[x] The plants growing in our vineyards – proof that the soil is healthy and well-balanced – are often edible: lamb’s lettuce, Queen Anne’s lace, bear’s garlic, dandelion, horse mint, many-flowered onion, etc. Other plants include clover, vetch, camomile, chickweed, wild tulips, two varieties of daisies, bluebells, cornflowers, poppies, carnations, veronica, wild pansies, violets, etc.
[x] Grape variety : 100% Riesling
[x]Terroir : granite
[x]
Vine age : 40 years
[x]
Surface : 220 ares
[x]
Densité : 4500 vines / hectare
[x]
Yield : 55 hl / ha
[x]
Pruning: Double Guyot
[x]
Harvest: hand picked
[x]
Viticultural method : Agriculture Biologique (Ecocert certification)
Vinification : cold static clarification during 48 hours after pressing. Slow regulated fermentation in stainless steel between 15 and 18°C during 1 month
[x]
Tasting: A dry distinguished Riesling with elegant citrus fruit notes like lemon and grapefruit. The palate shows a refreshing minerality with white flower aromas.
[x]
Food matching: A gastronomic wine to accompany fish, shellfish, seafood, white meats and, of course, Alsace Choucroute. (”Cedar Plank Fish with Citrus Horseradish Crust”, ”Shrimp with Mustard Seeds and Ginger”…)
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Bioweingut Hofer Zweigelt 1 liter 2018

24462636
The Family
The Philosophy: Unique, distinctive wine that reflects the soil, the climate, the vintage and the people who made the wine can only be created with and in nature. Hofer family takes care of the vineyards according to organic biological guidelines, without the use of chemical pesticides and fertilizers. The result is wines with depth, complexity, sophistication, calm and potential.  Taking what comes and making the best of it is their motto. Pesticides and fertilizers separate the vines from their soil, the cosmos and the other fellow creatures. The result is uniform wines that are the same all over the world. Great wine can only be created with nature and never in the struggle against it. They cultivate a total of 30 hectares of vineyards. Their vineyards are planted with: 53% Grüner Veltliner, 15% Zweigelt, 10% Riesling, 8% Welschriesling, 4% St. Laurent, 1% Pinot Blanc, 9% consist of a mixed set, yellow muscatel and red mushroom-tolerant varieties. The grapes are harvested by hand from late September to early November.
The Sommelier notes:
[x]
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Bioweingut Hofer Riesling 2017

Weinviertel

1183404
The Family
The Philosophy: Unique, distinctive wine that reflects the soil, the climate, the vintage and the people who made the wine can only be created with and in nature. Hofer family takes care of the vineyards according to organic biological guidelines, without the use of chemical pesticides and fertilizers. The result is wines with depth, complexity, sophistication, calm and potential.  Taking what comes and making the best of it is their motto. Pesticides and fertilizers separate the vines from their soil, the cosmos and the other fellow creatures. The result is uniform wines that are the same all over the world. Great wine can only be created with nature and never in the struggle against it. They cultivate a total of 30 hectares of vineyards. Their vineyards are planted with: 53% Grüner Veltliner, 15% Zweigelt, 10% Riesling, 8% Welschriesling, 4% St. Laurent, 1% Pinot Blanc, 9% consist of a mixed set, yellow muscatel and red mushroom-tolerant varieties. The grapes are harvested by hand from late September to early November.
The Sommelier notes:
[x]
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Bioweingut Hofer Gruner Veltliner 2018

Weinviertel

882513
The Family
The Philosophy: Unique, distinctive wine that reflects the soil, the climate, the vintage and the people who made the wine can only be created with and in nature. Hofer family takes care of the vineyards according to organic biological guidelines, without the use of chemical pesticides and fertilizers. The result is wines with depth, complexity, sophistication, calm and potential.  Taking what comes and making the best of it is their motto. Pesticides and fertilizers separate the vines from their soil, the cosmos and the other fellow creatures. The result is uniform wines that are the same all over the world. Great wine can only be created with nature and never in the struggle against it. They cultivate a total of 30 hectares of vineyards. Their vineyards are planted with: 53% Grüner Veltliner, 15% Zweigelt, 10% Riesling, 8% Welschriesling, 4% St. Laurent, 1% Pinot Blanc, 9% consist of a mixed set, yellow muscatel and red mushroom-tolerant varieties. The grapes are harvested by hand from late September to early November.
The Sommelier notes:
[x]
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Domaine Mersiol Crémant d’Alsace Brut

Alsace

The Family
Located on the hillsides of Dambach-la-ville in the Alsace region of northeastern France, the Mersiol family heritage dates back to the 18th century. The first bottle has been sold in 1946. In 1960, the Estate was expended with the marriage of Guy Mersiol to Anne-Lise Ruhlmann whose family owned an adjoining Estate. These wines are now sold as “Domaine Mersiol”. 12 hectares are now planted; 3.5 of which are classified as Grand Cru Frankstein. All wines are Estate grown, vinified and bottled. Joined by their son Stéphane in 2000, the Estate is now cultivated on an organic way (started in 2006) to extract the delicate minerality from our terroir made out of granite. The family firmly believe that the quality of their wine depends above all on the quality of the vines, they cultivate the vineyards in an ecological way without any use of herbicides, pesticides or any chemical fertilizer. In order to fertilize the soils, they have theuir own flock of sheep that takes cares of the vineyards after the harvest. 100% organic vines & wines (Ecocert certification) their ecological production management system promotes and enhances biodiversity, paying particular attention to the health of the soil. This biodiversity makes for excellent soil structure by providing a complex root system at varied depths. These roots (as well as their breakdown) provide organic material and aerate the soil. This in turn promotes microbial activity.
The Sommelier notes:
[x] During a three-year cycle, we use a tool for mechanically cutting the grass between vines and rows (working on every other row). During the fourth year we then till the soil (also using an “inter-vine” method) in order to avoid too much competition between the plants and the vines. This scheme can be adapted to suit the age of the vines and the type of soil.
[x] We only manipulate the superficial layer of the soil to preserve its original structure. In order to maintain the balance achieved, we avoid packing our soil wherever possible (use of light machinery – small crawler tractor, quad bike, low-pressure tyres – and optimization of movement within the vineyards). With the benefit of controlled growth and microbial activity, the vines become less susceptible to parasites.
[x] The plants growing in our vineyards – proof that the soil is healthy and well-balanced – are often edible: lamb’s lettuce, Queen Anne’s lace, bear’s garlic, dandelion, horse mint, many-flowered onion, etc. Other plants include clover, vetch, camomile, chickweed, wild tulips, two varieties of daisies, bluebells, cornflowers, poppies, carnations, veronica, wild pansies, violets, etc.
[x] Grape variety : 40% Auxerrois, 30% Riesling, 30% Pinot Blanc
[x]
Terroir : granite
[x]
Vine age : 15 years
[x]
Surface : 100 ares
[x]
Density : 5000 vines / hectare
[x]
Yield : 55 hl / ha
[x]
Pruning: Double Guyot
[x]
Harvest : hand picked
[x]
Viticultural method : Agriculture Biologique (certifié Ecocert)
[x]
Vinification : cold static clarification during 48 hours after pressing. Slow regulated fermentation in stainless steel between 15 and 18°C during 1 month.
[x]
Elaboration : traditional method with the second fermentation in bottle. Ageing in bottle between 24 and 30 months ”Sur Latte” (in contact with the yeast for complexity).
[x]
Tasting: A well balanced sparkling wine – fresh and lively, with elegant aromas of citrus fruits, nuts, toasty bread and flowers. The mouth has lively, vivacious and exuberant character with elegance and finesse.
[x]
Food matching: Ideal to drinks with friends as an aperitif, cocktail and garden parties, nights spent enjoying every moment until dawn’s early light, informal fish and seafood dinners, “nouvelle cuisine” surprises…
[x]
Other info:
Serve around 7°C.
Drink now for freshness but can be kept several years in cellars.
Wine made with grapes from the organic farming.
[x]
Technical analysis:
Alcohol : 12,20% vol.
Residual sugar : 5,40g/L
Tartaric acidity : 6,45g/L
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Domaine Mersiol Pinot Noir 2018

Alsace

The Family
Located on the hillsides of Dambach-la-ville in the Alsace region of northeastern France, the Mersiol family heritage dates back to the 18th century. The first bottle has been sold in 1946. In 1960, the Estate was expended with the marriage of Guy Mersiol to Anne-Lise Ruhlmann whose family owned an adjoining Estate. These wines are now sold as “Domaine Mersiol”. 12 hectares are now planted; 3.5 of which are classified as Grand Cru Frankstein. All wines are Estate grown, vinified and bottled. Joined by their son Stéphane in 2000, the Estate is now cultivated on an organic way (started in 2006) to extract the delicate minerality from our terroir made out of granite. The family firmly believe that the quality of their wine depends above all on the quality of the vines, they cultivate the vineyards in an ecological way without any use of herbicides, pesticides or any chemical fertilizer. In order to fertilize the soils, they have theuir own flock of sheep that takes cares of the vineyards after the harvest. 100% organic vines & wines (Ecocert certification) their ecological production management system promotes and enhances biodiversity, paying particular attention to the health of the soil. This biodiversity makes for excellent soil structure by providing a complex root system at varied depths. These roots (as well as their breakdown) provide organic material and aerate the soil. This in turn promotes microbial activity.
The Sommelier notes:
[x] During a three-year cycle, we use a tool for mechanically cutting the grass between vines and rows (working on every other row). During the fourth year we then till the soil (also using an “inter-vine” method) in order to avoid too much competition between the plants and the vines. This scheme can be adapted to suit the age of the vines and the type of soil.
[x] We only manipulate the superficial layer of the soil to preserve its original structure. In order to maintain the balance achieved, we avoid packing our soil wherever possible (use of light machinery – small crawler tractor, quad bike, low-pressure tyres – and optimization of movement within the vineyards). With the benefit of controlled growth and microbial activity, the vines become less susceptible to parasites.
[x] The plants growing in our vineyards – proof that the soil is healthy and well-balanced – are often edible: lamb’s lettuce, Queen Anne’s lace, bear’s garlic, dandelion, horse mint, many-flowered onion, etc. Other plants include clover, vetch, camomile, chickweed, wild tulips, two varieties of daisies, bluebells, cornflowers, poppies, carnations, veronica, wild pansies, violets, etc.
[x] Grape variety : 100% Pinot Noir
[x]
Terroir : granite
[x]
Vine age : 20 years
[x]
Surface : 120 ares
[x]
Density : 4500 vines / hectare
[x]
Yield : 60 hl / ha
[x]
Pruning: Double Guyot
[x]
Harvest: hand picked
[x]
Viticultural method : Agriculture Biologique (Ecocert certification)
[x]
Vinification : De-stemmed and crushed. Maceration during 10 day following by the alcoholic  and malolactic fermentation in stainless steel. Maturation in oak tank during 6 month for micro-oxygenation
[x]
Tasting: An elegant ruby colour wine with dark cherry notes. It is well balance with elegant fruity taste. The structure has a distinctive character with ferme and supple tannins.
[x]. Food matching: Pinot Noir reveals all its originality with the red meats, game, roasted, grills, charcuterie, goat’s cheese and Gruyère and also with all tomato recipes (Osso BuccoSpaghetti Bolognese…)
[x]
Other info
Serve around 12°C.
Drinking well now for freshness, but will involve well in bottle a few years.
[x]
Technical analysis
Alcohol : 12,50% vol.
Résidual sugar : 0,10g/L
Tartaric acid : 4,90g/L

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Villa Teresa Prosecco

Venetia

745335

The Winery
The company, established in 1936 by Pietro Tonon, follows his important teachings: constant research, great attention to the vineyards, vintage selection and careful processing to take wine to the tasting. Today this is backed by technological innovations with respect to tradition and the product. The ageing and maturation of our best wines take place in small oak casks. Our company belongs to the association for the protection of Conegliano Valdobbiadene D.O.C.G. since its foundation. From the heart of Conegliano Valdobbiadene D.O.C.G. land: the production zone includes a territory comprising 15 communes. The vines are grown only on the sunniest part of the hills, at a height between 50 and 500 metres above sea level. In order to protect the excellence of this heritage donated to man by nature, in 2010 the appellation D.O.C. has been upgraded to D.O.C.G., a guarantee of prime quality for each bottle. The VILLA TERESA® range of wines is designed to offer customers a product close to wine grape growing traditions. For this reason the grapes used come from naturally cultivated vineyards where the vine and its fruit are carefully nurtured without using chemical agents such as synthetic fertilizers, weed killers, insecticides or genetically modified organisms. The VILLA TERESA® wines are certified ICEA with regard to production, winemaking and preservation.
The Sommelier notes:
[x] Careful selection of grapes mainly picked in Veneto region.
[x] No synthetic fertilizers or pesticides are used. Absolutely no GMO.
[
x] “White”: the must is immediately separated from the skins to enhance freshness and
fragrance. The prise de mousse takes place at low temperature in pressure tanks.
[x] Pale straw yellow colour with fine bubbles. Fruity and acidulous wine, slightly aromatic with notes of honey and flowers.
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