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Atlas Fine Wines Tastings

New Releases

We are always actively on the look out for interesting parcels of wine and taste widely to facilitate this –  whether this be of current releases or wines that we have the opportunity to re-taste and re-evaluate. We enjoy strong relationships with a growing number of leading producers from whom we receive annual allocations and are constantly looking to build on this pool of growers. We therefore spend considerable time each year in key regions visiting producers and assessing new possibilities.

In each instance, we aim to keep our offering as diverse and fresh as possible. 

Giacomo Conterno, Cerretta, Barolo 2011

Cantina Giacomo Conterno makes the finest Barolo, namely Monfortino, which has assumed legendary status on the back of so many great vintages. Monfortino is essentially a selection from within the Francia vineyard; the best fruit that the vineyard has to offer goes towards Monfortino which - given its exulted position - trades for over £25...

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Jeffrey Grosset, Polish Hill Riesling 2014

Jeffrey Grosset’s Polish Hill Riesling, is an iconic Australian wine. The qualities of this particular vineyard have been underlined by many stunning mature examples to such an extent that it has assumed legendary status in Australia. I am pleased to offer the 2014 vintage of Grosset’s Polish Hill Riesling at £240 per 12 bottle...

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Patrick Piuze Chablis 'Terroir de Chablis' 201

Chablis is a region rarely associated with change or innovation as it seems wedded to tradition. Yet, as with any region, new domaines and producers are making a name for themselves. One such producer is Patrick Piuze. Described as a micro-negociant (someone who buys in fruit on a small scale to vinify to their own exacting standards), Patrick i...

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Cédric Bouchard, Roses de Jeanne, Cote de Becha...

Champagne is a more exciting region than it might appear on the surface. Yes, production is dominated by the larger house, the ‘grandes marques’ and leading brands, but there is another, perhaps more fascinating side of Champagne. Today, there are a whole host of growers producing incredibly individual wines on a much smaller scale. ...

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Fontodi, Chianti Classico DOCG 2012

I tasted the 2012 Chianti Classico from Fontodi yesterday at our buyer Vicki Stephens-Clarkson’s insistence and was seriously impressed by the quality on show. I guess, like a number of clients, I have seldom found great quality in straight Chianti Classico... I might as well say it as I see it. Certainly, I have rated the leading wines of...

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Finca Villacreces, Ribera del Duero 2004

We have just secured a parcel of a really exciting Ribera del Duero, already with eleven years in bottle at £220 per 6 bottle case in bond. The 2004 Finca Villacreces is not something we are able to offer every day and no one else is offering any stock in the UK market.
To be clear, 2004 was a truly outstanding vintage i...

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