We are currently finishing the bottling of the 2011 vintage and will start sending the first bottles during the coming week, depending on climate conditions.
We of course recommend you not to carry wines in high temperatures, unless they travel under controlled and constant temperatures.
Even if the vehicle is air-conditioned, when it is parked in direct sunlight for a few hours, the inside temperatures can quickly rise to 40 to 50°C (104 to 122°F). Dilatation of the wine pushes up the cork, the bottle starts leaking and the wine rapidly spoils. Stains on the labels are the sign of an unacceptable increase in temperature. This is a useful way of checking whether the bottles have travelled in good conditions.