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MozartWineHouse

№ 337 17 Ноября 2017 Edition —

In this issue

“Wine Weekend” for you

“Wine Weekend” for you

The academy of sommelier Mozart Wine House invites you for Review Course of Fundamentals about Wine and Culture “WINE WEEKEND”. Registration by phone: +7 (863) 206-11-22.

French breakfast!

French breakfast!

Restaurant Pinot Noir invites you for French breakfast! Fresh pastries you can take with you at special price! We welcome you to visit us every day from 9.30 at st.Pushkinskaya, 25, tel. +7 (863) 240-81-38.

Professional course of sommelier

Professional course of sommelier

On the 26th of September in the Academy of Sommelier Mozart Wine House under support of East European Sommeliers and Experts Association a new Professional Course of Sommelier will start.

Champagne LALLIER: work and passion

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Aÿ’s winemaking history dates back almost 1,700 years to the Roman era.  In the 16th century, Henry IV, ”His Majesty of Aÿ and good wine’‘, created the reputation of still white wines from Aÿ throughout his kingdom.
Around two hundred years later, the invention of blending, and the control of secondary fermentation in bottle, gave birth to Champagne, the sparkling wine that we know today.

The first bottle labels signed by Champagne LALLIER date back to 1906, when the Champagne house was founded by René LALLIER (1861 – 1938), who had married into a prestigious Champenois family.
LALLIER has been deeply rooted in the village of Aÿ ever since. The shield that proudly adorns its labels symbolizes the historical roots of the Lallier name.
In 1936, Aÿ was one of the seventeen villages to be classified as ‘‘Grand Cru” in Champagne, a clear indication of the quality of the grapes that grow on its famous hillsides and the remarkable wines they produce.
In 1996, René-James Lallier, the founder’s grandson, took the brand in a new direction. He carried out major modernization work on the production facilities in Aÿ and refurbished the cellars in which LALLIER champagnes are left to age for many years.

In his quest for outstanding quality, he enlisted the help of Francis Tribaut, who worked at the time as advisor to some of the most prestigious names in Champagne, as well as managing his family’s wine domaine in Romery.
As a result of their relationship of trust and their common desire to see their work carried forward, when René-James Lallier wanted to sell his business, he naturally asked Francis Tribault if he was interested in buying it. 
The latter took up the challenge, convinced of the potential of this already lovely brand. The years that followed proved him right and firmly established the reputation for excellence which LALLIER Grand Cru Champagnes enjoy, year in, year out.
Francis Tribaut is the heir to four generations of winemakers and Champagne producers in the Marne region. He graduated from the Dijon School of Oenology in 1987 before working his way up through the ranks of prestigious Champagne houses where he gradually developed his technical expertise.  He devoted himself to his family’s wine domaine in 1991 while continuing to act as a consultant to prestigious Champagne houses. LALLIER was one of them. He took over from René-James Lallier in 2004 when he became its new owner.

Lastly, Francis Tribaut is the Cellar Master, responsible for both the ageing cellars and the winery where each cuvée is expertly crafted, like the grand vin it is. 100% ownership of the company means Francis Tribaut has complete independence in decision-making.
He is also the estate Manager of the Domaine LALLIER (a vineyard of 15 hectares, the majority of which is Grand Cru). He also personally manages the supply of grapes from partner wine growers.
Francis Tribaut is supported in his task by a small dedicated team. A man of great conviction and insight, he knows how to listen to people and to identify trends. Constantly good humoured, he also appreciates fine wine and quality cuisine!
LALLIER produces highly expressive Champagnes with their own unique and distinctive style. Production levels are voluntarily limited to around 400,000 bottles per year due to its exacting quality demands during the selection of raw materials and throughout all stages of production.

And what if we took the time to savour the moment, to become aware of our senses, and to appreciate all the flavours and aromas to the full? LALLIER is firmly rooted in the modern day and shares the ‘neo-epicurean’ approach of chefs and the world of gastronomy: respecting the seasons, using high quality ingredients, and embracing a mix of world influences and flavours in order to rediscover our origins. LALLIER Champagnes are sensorial and well-suited to gastronomy.
Around the world, whether enjoyed with family or friends, the LALLIER “moment” is one of respect, understanding and discovery, with the senses awakened. Thanks to its manageable size, LALLIER remains accessible and attentive to its customers’’ and drinkers’ requirements.

Francis Tribaut’s forward-thinking approach has convinced him that there can be a new way of working between the independent, and often single vineyard  producers , and the major, and sometimes impersonal, Champagne houses. This unique vision is at the core of LALLIER’s production processes, where the Champagne house’s”craftsmen” create champagnes of exceptional quality in the Oger cellars.
 These cellars combine state-of-the art facilities with traditional techniques ensuring that ancestral skills and experience are backed up by technical innovation. 

LALLIER’s art is built on a very fine balance between an in-depth understanding of the champagne making process, respect for the unique personality of the terroir, and the ability to express the true emotion of a prestigious Cru of Champagne in each and every glass.

LALLIER operates from an elegant and traditional house with breathtaking views across the rooftops of Aÿ and situated close to the surrounding vineyards. It is first and foremost a place to welcome visitors – in its elegant sitting room, reception room or, when the weather is warm, outside in the paved courtyard under the shade of a parasol. We want you to feel at home in our Champagne house. Whether you are from the wine trade or simply a wine lover, you are always welcome to visit us and experience the diversity and quality of our champagne collection. 
This beautiful house lives in time with the changing seasons and the work in its cellars. It is in the natural environment of our cool, dark cellars that all our base wines and champagnes are aged. Time is left to work its magic… and tranquility is just an illusion!

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Restaurant News

Wine evenings in Pinot Noir

Wine evenings in Pinot Noir

Dear friends! We continue our series of enogastronomic dinners and tasting of the best wines in the world. Every Thursday at 19.30 restaurant Pinot Noir invites you to the dinner with fine wines from different countries, accompanied with author dishes of Michel  Cristmann, our great chief. He is an infinitely talented person with unique culinary skills, a true master of his craft, whose true vocation is high gastronomy.
We offer special set of 3 dishes with 3 wines for fix price (2000 rub.) for these evenings. Maxim Kobylnikov, vice-president of the East European Sommeliers and Experts Association, certified sommelier, who has extensive experience in the wine and restaurant business, holds tastings.
To reserve a place, please, call +7 (863) 240-81-38.

Company News

Good luck!

Good luck!

On May 12, 2017 the exit educational course of academy of the sommelier Mozart Wine House in Gelendzhik has ended.
This project has been realized with assistance of the East European sommelier and experts Association.
Two months of intensive learning and fascinating tastings, and here – the strong foundation for knowledge is laid, final examination is successfully passed.
We congratulate our graduates! Read books and taste more! Good luck to you, friends!

Wine boutiques News

The summer is coming!

The summer is coming!

Wine bars Mozart Wine House and French restaurant Pinot Noir invite you to the opening of the spring-summer season.
Now you can enjoy the warm rays of the spring sun, and of course, great food, fine wines and other noble drinks on the terraces of wine bars Mozart Wine House and restaurant Pinot Noir. And for those who are afraid of the cool winds and changeable spring weather, we want to reassure — terraces are equipped with comfortable heaters, and to the most thermophilic we can offer cozy blankets.
Wine bar Mozart Wine House: Pushkinskaya Street, 112, tel.: +7 (863) 2999–209.
Tapas-bar Mozart Wine House: Bolshaya Sadovaya Street, 130, tel.: +7 (863) 263-13-90.
French restaurant Pinot Noir: Pushkinskaya Street, 25, tel.: +7 (863) 240-81-38.

Viña Zorzal in the Academy of sommelier Mozart Wine House

02 June 2016

Viña Zorzal in the Academy of sommelier Mozart Wine House

2 June 2016 at the Academy of sommelier Mozart Wine House took place the presentation of winery Vina Zorzal and the wine tasting from the manufacturer. At the tasting were presented white varietal wines Garnacha Blanca and Chardonnay, rose (saignant) of Garnacha, Tempranillo red wine aged in steel, and aged in French barriques Graciano, Malayeto (single vineyard) and the wine assemblage Señora de las Alturas.
In the opinion of the tasters for white wines Vina Zorzal has a pleasant refreshing taste, and the red is deep and tannic wines from autochthonous varieties represent their region in all its splendor and charm, show silky tannins, good balance of acidity and a long finish.
We thank our partners - the company Grape for organizing and executing this event.

Meeting with the cognac producer Laurent Lheraud

26 May 2016

Meeting with the cognac producer Laurent Lheraud

On may 26, 2016 in the tasting hall of the Academy of sommelier Mozart Wine House with support of East European Association of sommeliers and experts took place the presentation of alcoholic beverages Lheraud cognac house. At the tasting were presented cognacs Lheraud Cognac VS, Cognac Lheraud Cuvee 10, Cognac Lheraud 1979, Armagnac Lheraud 1979 and Pinot de Charentes Rosé Perle Collection.
The preferences of the tasters were split: some have noted the youthfulness and lightness of cognac VS, someone estimated the 10-year-old cognac for its richness, structure and body, and others were conquered by the power of the vintages.The sweet Pineau des Charentes called in the memory of each favorite dessert.

Good luck!

12 May 2017

Good luck!

On May 12, 2017 the exit educational course of academy of the sommelier Mozart Wine House in Gelendzhik has ended.
This project has been realized with assistance of the East European sommelier and experts Association.
Two months of intensive learning and fascinating tastings, and here – the strong foundation for knowledge is laid, final examination is successfully passed.
We congratulate our graduates! Read books and taste more! Good luck to you, friends!

The summer season opens!

09 May 2014

The summer season opens!

Wine bars Mozart Wine House and French restaurant Pinot Noir invite you to the opening of the spring-summer season.

Now you can enjoy the warm rays of the spring sun, and of course, great food, fine wines and other noble drinks on the terraces of wine bars MozartWine House and restaurant Pinot Noir.

Read more

Wine evenings in Pinot Noir

19 May 2017

Wine evenings in Pinot Noir

Dear friends! We continue our series of enogastronomic dinners and tasting of the best wines in the world. Every Thursday at 19.30 restaurant Pinot Noir invites you to the dinner with fine wines from different countries, accompanied with author dishes of Michel  Cristmann, our great chief. He is an infinitely talented person with unique culinary skills, a true master of his craft, whose true vocation is high gastronomy.
We offer special set of 3 dishes with 3 wines for fix price (2000 rub.) for these evenings. Maxim Kobylnikov, vice-president of the East European Sommeliers and Experts Association, certified sommelier, who has extensive experience in the wine and restaurant business, holds tastings.
To reserve a place, please, call +7 (863) 240-81-38.

Restaurant Pinot Noir invites you for French breakfast!

17 November 2014

Restaurant Pinot Noir invites you for French breakfast!

Delicious omelets, delicate cereal, pancakes, crepe-suzette, freshest creamy brioche and, of course, delicious French croissants are baked by our pastry chef every morning!

Fresh pastries you can take with you at special price!

Also we offer you new salads by our chef: ranch salad with the tenderest pool and cherry tomatoes, warm salad of Atlantic octopus and spicy salad with shrimps!

We welcome you to visit every day from 9.30 st. Pushkinskaya, 25, tel. +7 (863) 240-81-38.

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The summer is coming!

29 April 2017

The summer is coming!

Wine bars Mozart Wine House and French restaurant Pinot Noir invite you to the opening of the spring-summer season.
Now you can enjoy the warm rays of the spring sun, and of course, great food, fine wines and other noble drinks on the terraces of wine bars Mozart Wine House and restaurant Pinot Noir. And for those who are afraid of the cool winds and changeable spring weather, we want to reassure — terraces are equipped with comfortable heaters, and to the most thermophilic we can offer cozy blankets.
Wine bar Mozart Wine House: Pushkinskaya Street, 112, tel.: +7 (863) 2999–209.
Tapas-bar Mozart Wine House: Bolshaya Sadovaya Street, 130, tel.: +7 (863) 263-13-90.
French restaurant Pinot Noir: Pushkinskaya Street, 25, tel.: +7 (863) 240-81-38.

New arrivals in Mozart Wine House!

17 November 2014

New arrivals in Mozart Wine House!

We are happy to inform you that wine bars Mozart Wine House received a new part of delicatessen: fine cheese Brie, aromatic Comte, spicy Murcia al vino, great Italian sausages, jamon of duck breast and much more.

Fresh, tasty, aromatic is the best pairing to noble drinks!

You are welcome:
Pushkinskaya str., 112, tel.+7 (863) 299-92-09,
Bolshaya Sadovaya str, 130, tel.+7(863)263-13-90.

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News

27 August 2017

UPS to ship wine in three days to more countries

The US delivery company has said it is expanding its wine, spirits and beer shipping services internationally to quench the thirst of many of the world’s biggest wine importing nations.

25 August 2017

Antinori buys Chilean winery

Italian wine giant Marchesi Antinori has bought Haras de Pirque winery for an undisclosed fee.

23 August 2017

‘Lucifer heatwave’ kick-starts early Franciacorta harvest

Hot weather and drought mean that some sparkling wine producers in northern Italy have started harvesting grapes 12 days earlier than normal.  Producers of Italian sparkling wine Franciacorta, in Lombardy, east of Milan, officially began their 2017 wine harvest on 3 August.

07 August 2017

Troplong Mondot has been sold to Scor

St-Emilion's highly rated Château Troplong Mondot has been sold to French insurance company Scor in a week of deals on Bordeaux's Right Bank, with Moueix family-owned Bélair-Monange also agreeing to buy two estates.

04 August 2017

All Britons want for summer is a box of wine

UK wine lovers are returning in their droves to bag-in-box wines, according to Amazon sales data covering summer so far. Box wine – or bag-in-box as it has become known – is enjoying a summertime surge in the UK, with sales increasing by more than 200% at online retail giant Amazon.

In this issue

Simple Antinori philosophy

The Academy of Sommelier Mozart Wine House held the tasting of Antinori wines at the end of June. Brand of Antinori Mr. Filippo Pullishi answered a few questions about his favorite wines and the company which he represents.

Good wine and good ambiance. Ricasolli in Russia

East European Sommelier and Experts Association keeps organizing events with participation of the best world producers of wine and spirits. On the 20th March in the restaurant «Pinot Noir» a meeting with Olalla Lopez-Corona, Area export Manager was presented by a Moscow company «Millenium» and «Mozart Wine House».

Everyone can be a taster

On the 15th of March in the tasting room of the Academy of Sommelier Mozart Wine House a master class of Bordeaux wines had place.

Moet & Hennessy in Mozart Wine House

On the 12th of March in the Academy of Sommelier Mozart Wine House a master-class of wines of the group of company Moet & Hennessy organized by East-European Sommeliers and experts Association and Moet & Hennessy Russia.

«Vielle Europe» at Mozart Wine House

Visit of the general manager of the Domaine Oliver Leflaive Jean de Soubeyran to Rostov-on-Don had a significant resonance.

Visit of grappa’s producer

Academy of Sommelier Mozart Wine House continues to organize master-classes for its student with participation of the leading producers of premium alcohol.

Wine ratings
Chateau Lagrange 2001 Grand Cru Classe Saint-Julien

Wine Spectator: 90/100
Wine Spectator: 90/100
EESEA: 95/100

Chateau Clerc Milon 2001 5-me Grand Cru Classe Pauilla

Wine Spectator: 91/100
Wine Advocate (Robert Parker): 88/100
EESEA: 96/100

Bruno Rocca Barbaresco Rabaja 2005 DOCG

Wine Spectator: 95/100
Wine Advocate (Robert Parker): 95/100
Gambero Rosso: two bicchiere
EESEA: 97/100

Umani Ronchi Rosso Conero San Lorenzo 2006 DOC

Wine Advocate (Robert Parker): 88/100
Gambero Rosso: two bicchiere
EESEA: 91/100

Marchesi de Frescobaldi CastelGiocondo Brunello di Montalcino 2004 DOCG

Wine Spectator: 95/100
EESEA: 94/100