Boutinot in the Press - August-September - Boutinot International

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Wildeberg White, 2018



“Talk about a flying start! A pointer in your first ever vintage is not a bad début… Fermented and aged in Austrian oval barrels, this has stunning length, focus and balance, with subtle spicy oak, textured lees and incredible poise. 2020-26.” – Tim Atkin, 95 points, South Africa Report, 2019




Barolo Contea Castiglione, 2014



“A fine and very nice red wine with a complex and harmonic taste. Not a teddy bear, but delicate and elegant. On the palate there are nicely integrated oak notes after 3 years in large barrels.” – Vin Avisen, Denmark, 5 stars out of 5.





Domaine Boutinot “Les Six”, 2016


“As the name suggest, there are six varieties present in this blend although it is dominated by Grenache (50%), Syrah (10%) and Mourvedre (10%) with the remainder Cinsault, Counoise and Carignan. The aim was to include other varieties than the main three of the southern Rhône as of a reminder of their significance. Offering a great deal of complexity, the varieties in the blend are co-fermented with natural yeast in large oak vats. Upbeat, aromatic and punchy, this highly satisfying red also exhibits great length.” – Sara d’Amato, WineAlign



Canned Wines for the Summer:


Abstrait Malbec Rosé, 2018  “Succulent, soft fruit and red berry flavours combine with a pleasant minerality. And a knockout can design makes sure it stands out on the shelf, too.”

Pablo Y Walter Malbec, 2018 “There are big and strong dark berry and fruity flavours here, with a wonderfully colourful can design that shouts South America.”




Berliner Wein Trophy:



Uggiano Chianti Colli Fiorentini, 2017 – Gold Medal

Uggiano Chianti Riserva “Roccialta”, 2016 – Gold Medal

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