Top reasons to go to LIWF 2012

 

Free Run Wines

Champagne Jeeper joins Free Run Wines on its stand for the first time where it will be showing a range of its cuvées. Félix Solís Avantis, meanwhile, unveils its new La Mancha wines. Félix Solís has developed several new wines which will be available to taste the LIWF: Montefrío, Soliera, Viña San Juan and Caliza all available in red, white and rosé styles.

 

The Fladgate Partnership 

All the group’s Ports will be available at the fair including new releases and vintages from Taylor’s, Croft and Fonseca, across its white, rosé, late bottled vintage, crusted, organic, aged tawny, single quinta and vintage ranges. Highlights include revamped label for Croft Pink, new vintages for its late bottled vintage range and an impressive selection of well priced, mature single quinta Ports dating back to 1996.

 

United Wineries

The company will be showing wines from one of Spain’s top luxury lifestyle brands Hacienda Zorita, including its estates in the Duero Valley and Rioja, with the wines from the former using Tempranillo, Syrah and Verdejo and those from the latter comprised of Tempranillo and international varieties such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah and Merlot.

 

Hatch Mansfield

Hatch Mansfield will have its full range at the fair with highlights including Caliterra showcasing the latest vintages from its estate including its two Tributo Edición Limitada red wines.

Domaine Carneros will be showing the latest vintages from across its portfolio of sparkling and Pinot Noir wines including the Famous Gate Pinot Noir 2007 and Le Rêve Blanc de Blancs Brut 2004. The new Contino Blanco 2010 will  be available to taste. Also new to the Contino range and on show at the fair are barrel samples of the Contino Garnacha 2009 which will be launched in September.

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