1. Chan de Rosas Albariño Cuvée Especial 2020 ($250)
Region / Appellation: Rias Baixas DO
Producer: Chan de Rosas
Grape Variety: 100% Albariño. Hand-picked harvesting.
Alcohol Content: 13%
90 Points Wine Spectator
Unlike other Albariño, Chan de Rosas was aged in brand new French Burgundy oak barrels for 6 months. The fermentation process made this wine a fuller, richer style with great texture, complexity and creaminess. It has aromas of white floral, bright citrus, pome fruits and apple sauce flavours layered with a good mineral presence and nuances of oak. It is a fresh and persistent wine that has a long toasty finish. It will pair nicely with a range of seafood, goat cheeses and egg based dishes.
2. Diaz Bayo 4U Ribera del Duero 2020 ($200)
Region / Appellation: Ribera del Duero DO
Producer: Bodega Díaz Bayo
Grape Variety: 100% Tempranillo. Hand-picked harvesting.
Alcohol Content: 14%
Clean, shiny and attractive intense purple colour. Fresh fruit and flowers aromas with lactic notes. Fresh, fruity and very pleasant on palate.
3. Semi-sweet Sparkling Wine: Carlo & Sylvia Moscato D' Asti DOCG 2022 ($200)
Region / Appellation: Asti, Piemonte
Producer: Borgo Maragliano
Grape Variety：100% Moscato
Alcohol Content: 5%
93 Points - Los Angeles International Wine & Spirits Competition
Gold Medal - Los Angeles International Wine & Spirits Competition
Best of Class - Los Angeles International Wine & Spirits Competition
This moscato has intense aromas of candied fruits, acacia flowers, and a typical bouquet on the nose with unique scents of violet. On the palate, it is rich in fruit, particularly honey and lychee. It is low in alcohol and its sweetness makes it a fine balance to fresh fruits, desserts, confectionary and cakes.