Staff Pick: 2013 De Martino Viejas Tinajas Muscat

Fascinating complex wine! Traditionally made, bone dry Muscat from certified organic and dry-farmed grapes. Take your time and savour, allowing the aromas and flavours to unwind in the glass. Gloriously floral nose with mandarin oranges, pineapple and the sweet pepperiness of fresh basil. Taste is minerally and citrus with great depth and texture – 6 months spent on skins will do that. Fermented and aged in large clay amphoras with minimal intervention. A singular wine that deserves attention. –Tasted by Christopher C., Marquis Wine Cellars Name: Viejas Tinajas Muscat Producer: De Martino Vintage: 2013 Country: Chile Region: Itata Valley View this wine on here

Staff Pick: 2010 Il Carnasciale Toscana IGT

Vibrant acidity and black fruit combined with spice, leather and mineral accents. This wine has layers of complexity, long length and a mouthwatering finish. Drink now or tuck it away for 8-10 years. -Renny P., Marquis Wine  Cellars Name: Il Carnasciale Toscana Producer: Podere Il Carnasciale Vintage: 2010 Country: Italy Region: Tuscany Appellation: Toscana IGT View this wine on

Staff Pick: 2013 Saint Damien Cotes du Rhone Vielles Vignes

A blend of 80% Grenache, 15% Carignan and 5% Mourvèdre. The Grenache vines that are used for this wine are over 50 years of age and have been bio-dyanmically farmed for many years now. Dark in colour, with savoury, spicy flavours. This wine is a must try and can be drank now but it will easily age for the next five years. -Chrystala G, Marquis Wine Cellars Name: Saint Damien Cotes du Rhone Vielles Vignes Producer: Saint-Damien Vintage: 2013 Country: France Region: Côtes du Rhône Appellation: Gigondas View this wine on here!

Staff Pick: 2012 Domaine Servin Chablis “Les Clos” Grand Cru

In recent years, price for Burgundy is steadily increasing while quantities have not. Chablis however continues to be a place for value. Of the 7 – Grand Crus in Chablis, “Le Clos” is often described as the most complete Cru and arguably the most famous. This is always my favourite of the Grand Crus for its perfumed aromas and upfront enjoyment. The 2012 vintage is similar to that of 2010 as a classic, concentrated and long lived vintage. This wine will continue to improve over the next 10-14 years. It pairs beautifully with seafood and especially sweet spot prawns. Region: Chablis, Burgundy, France Price: $67.74 ($77.90 inc tax) – Product Page