Gimblett Gravels finest 2010 Red Wines
Sacred Hill Special Selection 2010 Gimblett Gravels Reds
Restricted to select FWDC customers while stocks last
97/100 Andrew Caillard MW, 19.5/20 Raymond Chan, Five Stars Cuisine Magazine
94/100 Andrew Caillard MW, 18.5/20 Raymond Chan , Five Stars Cuisine Magazine
94/100 Andrew Caillard MW, 19/20 Raymond Chan
Hi From Matt
It is with tremendous pleasure that I offer you the superlative Sacred Hill Special Selection 2010 Gimblett Gravels Reds.
The Fine Wine Delivery Company has a rich history with these classic Hawkes Bay reds; I distinctly remember tasting the very first ‚ÄėSelection Series‚Äô wine with Jeff, 1998 Helmsman.¬† Jeff tells me that he opened a bottle of that 14 year old, cellar-aged gem recently and it is drinking beautifully.¬† These 2010‚Äôs are the best releases I have tasted under these illustrious labels, arguably the finest selection of Gimblett Gravels reds of the 2010 vintage.
Dry River in Hawke‚Äôs Bay‚Äôs outstanding Syrah 2010
My pick of the Kidnapper Cliffs 2010‚Äôs
95/100 Bob Campbell MW
Only 10 six packs available
Maximum one six pack per customer on a first reply basis
Hi from Matt
I‚Äôm pleased to offer you the opportunity to secure the one of the last 10 six-packs in New Zealand of Kidnapper Cliffs Syrah 2010.
Kidnapper Cliffs is a collaboration between two of New Zealand‚Äôs most iconic wineries; Dry River and Te Awa, an essential addition to the cellar and drinking pleasure of any serious collector and lover of New Zealand wines.
Cambridge Road‚Äôs Spectacular 2010 Releases
Including Rare World Champion Pinot Noir
Tiny parcel hand‚Äďcrafted¬† wines – Only 100-300 dozen made
‚ÄúThis small producer gets my vote as
the country‚Äôs most exciting new winery.‚ÄĚ
Paul Tudor, Master of Wine
Hi From Matt
At the beginning of the year I introduced you to the outstanding wines of Cambridge Road, I am delighted to offer the incredible 2010 releases.¬†¬†¬†¬†
Since that inaugural release Cambridge Road have risen to prominence amongst international insiders and found the fame that they deserve.¬†¬† In addition to their Pinot Noir Trophy at the 2012¬† International Wine Challenge, their 2010 releases have all earned Five Stars from leading New Zealand wine writers, and two of them were named in Metro Magazine‚Äôs Top 100 Wines.
‚ÄúOne of my four favourite Burgundy producers.‚ÄĚ
Jeannie Cho Lee MW, Decanter Magazine
‚ÄúTerroir-driven, Taupenot-Merme’s wines age beautifully.‚ÄĚ
Alan Meadows, Burghound
Hi from Matt,
I am delighted to offer you Chambolle Musigny, Morey St Denis and Gevrey Chambertin from one of Burgundy‚Äôs greatest domaines, Taupenot Merme.
Jeannie Cho Lee MW names Domaine Taupenot Merme as one of her four favourite Burgundy producers, alongside Domaine de Romanee Conti (DRC), Domaine Leflaive and¬†Domaine Armand Rousseau. She is Hong Kong’s leading wine commentator and Decanter Magazine‚Äôs contributing editor Asia.¬† She is also 26th on Decanter’s Power List 2011 and is regarded as one of the world‚Äôs foremost experts on Burgundy, and is a senior judge on the Burgundy panel for the Decanter World Wine Awards.
Greatest Red Wines
Hi From Matt
I‚Äôm thrilled to present my selection of New Zealand‚Äôs greatest red wines.
Jeff, the buying team, and I sat down to come up with a shortlist of New Zealand‚Äôs top reds, then tasted them to select the very finest current vintages of Pinot Noir, Bordeaux-style red and Syrah in the country.¬† Each wine that we selected has an illustrious history of critical acclaim, world-class quality and impressive longevity.¬† Additionally, they are all best-ever releases of these three classic labels,¬† being from outstanding vintages and with the advantage of vine-age and winemaker experience.