Singlefile Wines

Denmark Chardonnay 2015


Minerally, perfectly serviceable — 23 days ago


Pinot Précoce 2013

Nice round and a touch og oak — 4 months ago

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Off Color Brewing

Hell-Broth Wild Ale

Great wild ale collaborative creation. Off Color brewing & Amager out of Denmark. Proper! — 8 months ago

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Danks Mjød

Viking Blod Mead

Strong and sweet. Wouldn’t seek out normally but it’s great to drink during Game of Thrones — 2 years ago

Empirical Spirits

Can 02

Different. Carbonated mix of vacuum-distilled beet molasses and Belgian saison yeast spirit, sour cherry, black currant buds, young pine cones, walnut wood, keemun black tea and macaw pepper. Made on Copenhagen, Denmark. — 2 months ago

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Late Bottled Kirsebaer

Deep and velvety red fruit. Excellent on its own, even better with bittersweet chocolate pots de creme. — 6 months ago

Fattoria La Lecciaia (Pacini)

Brunello di Montalcino Sangiovese 2004

Bought in Denmark in 2009. Cherry, tobacco, leather, splash of dirt . Great complexity and length which evolved in the mouth and over the 2 hours. Subtle tannins which arrive Kate. Great 15yo. 1 bottle left and should drink in next 1-2 years. — a year ago

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Dominio de Pingus

Flor de Pingus Ribera del Duero Tempranillo 2017

Produced by Peter Sisseck, of Denmark, arrived in Spain in 1993 to manage a new project and thought about the old vines around the Ribera del Duero. By the 1995 vintage, Peter had found ancient vineyards that inspired him to make "Pingus," after childhood nickname. Deep Ruby, concentrated dark fruit aromas with gently smoky notes. On the palate cherry and plum flavors, sweet vanilla spice, well balanced, soft warming tannins, long ending with slight oaky tones. Very Nice! — 2 months ago

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George! Imperial Stout

Good brownie mix — 7 months ago

Fermoy Estate

Reserve Margaret River Cabernet Sauvignon 2010

Herbal aromas (typically Margaret River) with Geranium Capsicum and a touch of menthol. Some green notes - medium weight. Savoury wins out over Cassis and black fruits. Not in the upper echelon of Margaret River Cabernet. Just a silver medal. We went to the Cellar Door some years ago and the story goes that the Reserve Cab was served at the wedding of Prince Frederick of Denmark to Sydney Real Estate agent Mary Donaldson originally from Tasmania now Crown Princess Mary and one day will become the Queen of Denmark. Fred is a keen sailor who was representing Denmark at the Sydney Olympics in 2000 and they met at Sydney hotspot The Slip Inn where Fred was flashing his Black AMEX so the story goes and was captivated by Mary and the rest is history. — a year ago

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