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Jean Buscher Dornroschen Red
Germany – Rheinhessen
Grape: Dornfelder / Rosenmuskateller

This German beauty has amazing aromas of roses, cherries and Kirsch, as well as softness and beguiling sweetness of fruits and fine acidity.

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Daniel Signature Trocken Riesling 2013
Germany – Rheingau
Grape type: Grape type: Riesling

Medium to full-bodied, this dry Riesling tastes like exotic fruits and is as tempting as the apple to Adam & Eve. It is crisp and fresh in the taste with good acidity, clears your mouth.

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Schloss Vollrads Riesling Spatlese 2012
Germany – Rheingau
Grape type: Riesling

Classic, elegant Spatlese with nice acidity as well as sweetness that comes from natural residual sugar. Pairs perfectly with Asian cuisine, and an interesting pair with blue-veined cheese or a fruit dessert.

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Chateau Villa Bel Air Blanc 2011
France – Bordeaux
Grape type: Sauvignon Blanc/ Sémillon

Delicate aromas of tropical fruits, grapefruit and lychee complement the subtle notes of vanilla and butter caramel. A balance between fat and acidity. Fresh lemony notes give an elegant finish.

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Au Bon Climat Knox Alexander 2010
USA – Santa Maria Valley
Grape type: Pinot Noir

A wine with a nice mix of red fruits, incense and dried herbs that will evolve to show more dried cherries and tea. A Pinot with power, elegance and balance.

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Berry Bros. & Rudd Pauillac, Ch. Lynch Bages 2011
France – Bordeaux
Grape type: Red Bordeaux blend

Intense nose of damsons and black currants; rich and silky on the palate; cassis fruit coats the mouth. All balanced with fine Cabernet structure, finishes with great freshness.