New Arrivals in March

Pongracz

PONGRACZ – The MCC, South Africa

There are a great many things that need to come together to compose a single bottle of Pongrácz. Noble varietals, knowledge and craftsmanship are just a few of the pieces of an ensemble that, once in play, forms the symphony that is one of South Africa’s finest Méthode Cap Classiques.

But Pongrácz is not just about the art of winemaking. It’s about the character, charisma and skill of the man who inspired a crescendo that has grown into the country’s most adored Cap Classique. It is no small wonder that the Cap Classique that bears his name stand head and shoulders above the rest. Composed in the classic French tradition of the noble grape varieties of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, Pongrácz is a fine testament to the man who inspired it.

So the next time you sip on a flute of Pongrácz, spare a moment to think of the genius whose noble character, tenacity and wit served as the inspiration, and whose life’s work made it all possible.

Fincas Valdemar

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fincas Valdemar is the new range of Valdemar wines. Fincas Valdemar is Jesús and Ana Martínez Bujanda’s project to produce wines from different appellations with the Valdemar style and personality.

They have sought out the best regions and soils in order to make wines of the very highest quality, preserving the essence of each zone but following the guidelines and applying the know-how of this family which has been making wine since 1889.

Fincas  Valdemacuco Roble, with 5 months of oak ageing,  is our particular way of understanding and interpreting Ribera del Duero with a distinctive, original, very personal wine. An elegant  tempranillo with lots of life and expressiveness.

The range is completed by Fincas Valdemacuco Crianza, that seduces us with its toasty notes, the creaminess and a long aftertaste.

Surely a wine capable of showing off all the essence of the Ribera del Duero.