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Quartet and Domaine Faiveley Score Highly

Quartet and Domaine Faiveley Score Highly

Quartet and Domaine Faiveley have achieved high scores in Wine Spectator’s “First Look at our Editors’ Most Exciting New Wines”.

Quartet, the Roederer Estate winery nestled in California’s fog-shrouded Anderson Valley, has scored a fantastic 93 points for their Brut Anderson Valley L’Ermitage 2007 and 91 points for their Brut Anderson Valley NV.

Wine Spectator described these wines as “well-focussed”, “sleek and charming” with complex flavours of baked apple and ginger.

Both are drinking beautifully now and L’Ermitage will continue to develop through to 2017.

Domaine Faiveley has also achieved an excellent score of 92 points for their Joseph Faiveley Maursault-Blagny 2013. Under the careful eye of Erwan Faiveley, the family have been producing outstanding wines for seven generations.

Described by Wine Spectator as “lean and focussed, showing mint, apple, lime, mineral, spice and smoke aromas and flavours”, this elegant white is the perfect match to Salmon with citrus beurre blanc and green beans.

 

To find out more about these outstanding wines please contact MMD on 0208 812 3380.

 

 

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