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The 2008 Stags Leap W.C. Artemis Cabernet Sauvignon is 100% Cabernet from Napa Valley in California and the ABV is 14.5%. The 2008 Marco Felluga Pinot Grigio Mongris is 100% Pinot Grigio from Friuli in Italy and the ABV is 13.5%.
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2008 STAGS LEAP W.C. ARTEMIS CABERNET SAUVIGNON
"The 2008 Cabernet Sauvignon Artemis reveals slightly more richness and density than the 2007. The aromatics are similar in this medium-bodied, balanced, pleasant wine. It should drink well for a decade."
"Dramatic improvements are clearly underway at Stag's Leap Wine Cellars, which was sold to a consortium led by Tuscany's Piero Antinori in 2007. Antinori brought in well-known consultant Renzo Cotarella to improve the quality and, hopefully, get this winery back to the lofty heights it achieved in the seventies and early eighties. They seem to be well on their way, which is good news for consumers. This is a large estate of 104 acres, all situated as one giant block of vineyards in the southern part of the Stags Leap appellation. The change in ownership and winemaking staff shows progressive improvement with each vintage starting with 2007. The 2009s look to be their best wines to date. As for the 2007 reds, normally four cuvees are produced, all based on Cabernet Sauvignon, including the Cask 23, which comes from the best lots from the Fay and S.L.V. estate vineyards after fermentations are completed. The most impressive Stag's Leap Wine Cellars' offerings made since the 1985 vintage are the three 2009s I was permitted to taste from barrel." 89 points Robert Parker
"The grapes for ARTEMIS are sourced from a handful of these sites, located between Carneros and Calistoga, including our estate Fay Vineyard in the Stags Leap District. We purchase grapes only from independent growers whose vineyards are farmed to our rigorous standards; each site lends its personality to the aroma, flavor, structure and mouth-feel of the finished wine. Small amounts of Merlot and Petit Verdot were blended with the Cabernet Sauvignon for another layer of complexity. The 2007 ARTEMIS was aged for 18 months in French oak barrels (34% new) and six months in bottle, prior to its release." -Winery
2008 MARCO FELLUGA PINOT GRIGIO MONGRIS
"Green apple and honey aromas lead to a medium body, with fresh fruit and a clean finish. Delicate and pretty. Drink now. 25,000 cases made." 88 points - Wine Spectator
"The name Mongris comes from the contraction of 'mono variety' and the Friulano word for pinot grigio, Gris. Pinot Grigio arrived in Friuli Venezia Giulia over 150 years ago, and is now considered an indigenous grape. Today, it is one of the regionâs most widely planted white grapes."
"Golden yellow in colour, often with copper tones. It has an intense and immediate bouquet with pronounced hints of acacia flowers, broom and apple. In the mouth it is elegantly fruity and becomes full bodied, well-structured and has a remarkably long finish." -Winermaker
"Villages of Farra d'Isonzo (elevation: 80 m above sea level), San Floriano (elevation: 250 m / 820 feet above sea level) and Cormons (elevation: 80 m / 262 feet above sea level), all in the Collio DOC."
"The Collio's hilly terrain, formed during the Eocene period, is composed of layers of sandstone and loam rock (limestone and clay) that were once the ocean floor. Today the sea, which is about twenty kilometers (12 miles) away, and the nearby Alps send afternoon breezes over the vineyards, cooling the grapes after a warm day of sun. Proximity to mountains and sea, along with the mineral-rich but poor soils, create the ideal situation for producing complex, well-structured wines that are very age-worthy. These soils are impermeable so rainwater flows off their surface, producing little erosion and preventing standing water." -Winery
"After destemming, the must and pulp underwent a cold maceration on the skins, followed by a gentle pressing to separate the grapes from the skins. Fermentation took place in temperature controlled stainless steel tanks. The wine aged on the lees for several months before being bottled." -Winery
This also scored 86 points by the Wine Enthusiast.