In collaboration with ‘Het Wijnhuis Antwerpen’ we’ve selected our three favorite wines that we’d love for you to experience.
Italian – ‘98 Punti Luca Maroni Zinfandel
Deep ruby red color with dark shades. Intense, ripe nose of forest fruits and other black fruits with hints of pepper, spices and chocolate. A juicy and luscious attack that ends in a swirling flavor explosion. Wonderfully smooth structure and an impressive finish that keeps the pallet intoxicating for a while. Dangerously delicious!
Italian - Epicuro Puglia Fiano
Fiano is an ancient, autochthonous grape from southern Italy. This grape brings flavorful and aromatic wines. On the palate, fresh, full, juicy and very finely seasoned with finesse and elegance.
French - 2019 Florie Rosé De GRIS Vin de Pays de Méditerranée
The combination of Grenache, Cinsault and Caladoc creates a light, smooth wine with a beautiful salmon pink color. Seductive berries with round and fruity aromas in the nose. In the mouth it is smooth, lively, refreshing and above all dangerously tasty. The medium long finish confirms its charming and friendly character. Your regular companion on warm, balmy summer days.
Lamborghini Torami IGT Sangiovese / Cabernet Sauvignon
Deep ruby red color. Intense nose of black currants, black olives and plums. More complex aromas like cedar, leather, coffee, vanilla and a touch of cocoa emerge after rolling. Beautiful balance and structure with fine and perfectly integrated Tannins. Once on the palate, the flavor opens up even more and results in an impressively long finish. Comparable to the famous 'Super Tuscans' in Tuscany.
We chose to work with Jacquart Champagne because we love that it’s such an elegant champagne, yet so hard to get.
Champagne Jacquart Mosaïque Brut
Satin pale yellow with golden nuances and jade highlights. Fine bubbles herald a fresh and fairly rich Champagne. Flowery scents of honeyed, honeysuckle petals, fruit aromas of crushed pear, candied lemon and peach, and soft, creamy notes with biscuit and fresh bread crust unfurl on first pour. Fleshy, fruit-driven weight develops on the palate which is forthright, ethereal and generous.
Champagne Jacquart Mosaïque Rosé
Salmon hue supported by orangey-pink nuances with rose petal highlights.The nose offers up subtle suggestions of fruit notes on first pour, showing wild strawberries, bush peach and kumquats. Dense, lush, fleshy red and black fruits develop on the palate, adding some indulgent flavours but also a crunchy sensation. A slender finish underpinned by iodine-like perfumes delivers savoury freshness and full-bodied saline flavours.