Jimbo’s 2019 Top Picks
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Jimbo’s 2019 Top Picks (Jimbo being the founder of PTC), these are Jimbo’s favourite wines of 2019. Limited, scarce, and fantastic all-rounders!
Matic Wines Sauvignon Blanc 2018 is a favourite of ours – it’s a succulent and grassy Sauvignon Blanc. This wine falls on the opposite side of the spectrum from the intense citrus bombs of New Zealand.
The Progetto Calcarius Hellen is a wine that’s created off the passion of two natural winemakers; Valentina Passalacqua and Danilo Marcucci. A steal for the price. Gear up for a bottle, too hard to put down. Somehow they found this level of acidity in Puglia, something we’ve not experienced until now. Love it.
This glorious Res Fortes red is a showcase in itself, a true dinner party-piece and is full of flavour, leaving you a period of suspense, there is tons of juicy fruit notes and a little oak is also present. It’s a fantastic wine for roast pheasant or roast chicken, it’s also the perfect BBQ wine!
The Azul Y Garanza Naturaleza Salvaje is a very nice brilliant yellow-orange colour with a great aroma of citrus, peach, herbs and flowers. Fresh, dry and delicate with fine bites. The lack of water during summer has concentrated the fruit resulting in a great balance between the degree and acidity. Drink today for fish, shellfish, vegetable dishes and cured meats.
The Lapierre Raisins Gaulois Gamay takes the Vin de France appellation because the Beaujolais’ governing body decided to do away with the Vin de Pays designation in Beaujolais, leaving only the appellations and Vin de France. The wine is still almost all from the cru of Morgon, with a little bit of A.O.C. Beaujolais as well. Ruby in colour and packed with dried cranberry and red currant fruit. This is a lovely, refreshing grapey Gamay with lively acidity. Pairs well with most things but ideal with barbecued meats or cold cuts.
The Lectores Vini Pomagrana is a fresh and mineral wine. Pert and mineral, with refreshing low alcohol and just barely ripe, lively raspberry, cranberry, and pomegranate fruit. Also, it’s a tiny bit foresty smelling. Aromas of tart raspberry, cranberry, and pomegranate fruit… almost a deep rosé.
The Bourgogne Aligoté is showing wonderful aromatic expressions of tree fruit like pears, citrus, and hawthorn, with a finish reminding hazelnuts. Fruity notes on a background of minerality, white flowers, and spices, with a slightly nutty finish.
Jimbo’s 2019 Top Picks also comes with a free Pull The Cork Bag. Grab yours now, before it’s all gone!