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We have Roederer Cristal, a Spanish Orange wine, an awesome Pinot Noir and a Burgundy.

Roederer Cristal always takes a long time to reach its perfect maturity, but this vintage is already fun to drink: the Roederer 2008 Cristal has brioche, white chocolate, white nougat, blossoms, a medium to full body, perfect balance, structure, density and a long finish. It seems light on its feet and needs a big glass. 19.5/20 points.

The 2019 Lagravera La Pell Vinyes Mistiques comes from a vineyard planted in 1889 with many different grape varieties, mostly unknown. It was vinified as an orange wine, but has almost no oxidation notes. The wine has complexity with tobacco, hints of nutmeg and powdered sugar, medium body, balance and a medium-long finish. 17/20 points.

The Ziereisen 2017 Jaspis Pinot Noir 10^4 has a Burgundian structure and is reminiscent of a Grand Cru from the Côte de Nuits. The wine has cherry, cinnamon, spice, licorice, full body, long finish and extremely fine tannin. 19.3/20 points.

The Serafin 1998 Charmes Chambertin Grand Cru is a traditional, mineral Burgundy with horse stable, leather, plaka, animal notes, forest floor, full body and with air, strawberry and powdered sugar. 18.3/20 points.