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Ruby-red with a brick rim in the glass. Complex nose with a good balance between red fruit and the nuances acquired from the oak during barrel ageing — spices, vanilla and coconut. Very tasty, with good weight and well-balanced tannins.
Tempranillos al Mundo 2011 - Silver Medal Siglo Reserva 2007
A pale straw colour with a hint of green in the glass. Intense nose of fresh pineapple, lemon, citrus and floral notes. The mid-palate is broad and appealing supported by a lingering acidity.
This wine has a deep and intense ruby red colour. The bouquet reveals red berries, sweet black currants and a pleasant herbal character. It's 100% Cabernet Sauvignon and has been aged in French oak for 18 months giving the palate a rich and spicy edge.
Intense purple in the glass, this Patagonian Malbec has a nose of morello cherries, ripe plums and a subtle hint of violets. The palate shows decent weight and plenty of fruit, sweet tannins and good acidity.
Intense aromas of red fruits, strawberry, raspberry and cranberry touched by fine nuances of vanilla and liquorice. Silky palate, with good structure and fleshiness. Pleasant and long-lasting finish.
Unoaked, with bright apple and citrus notes. An ideal accompaniment to sea food dishes.
Aromas of butterscotch and pecan crumble over white flesh nectarines and the freshness of a pineapple Fruju down by the Wairau River in the summertime. Add in the smokey overtones and a creaminess that layers over the lingering pineapple backed up by the heirloom grapefruit fresh from the backyard. These characters all combine their unique acid profiles that blend to give this Marlborough Chardonnay its unique fruit forward freshness, yet still, speak to its classical French inspiration.
Definitely one we would share with anything from grilled crispy skin salmon, wood roasted rotisserie chicken or even a slow cooked BBQ rolled pork roast.
Pomegranate juice and wild Marlborough Sounds banana passionfruit meet the citrus and herbaceous characters expected from a Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc.
Always sensational with fresh Marlborough seafood, or try with West Coast whitebait fritters.
Expect a light delicate colour of pale honey with a kiwi fruit rim. The nose is a giant rainbow of fig, pear, nettle, flint and melon, offering so many layers you can’t help taking a sip. The palate is bone-dry with bright granadilla, lime cordial and citrus guaranteeing a racy white knuckled ride.
Floral and lemon aromas with subtle underlying tropical notes, follow seamlessly through to the palate. Beautifully balanced with mouth-watering acidity resulting in a truly fruity wine with a long lingering finish.
Riesling is a preferred accompaniment to a wide range of foods. This wine is especially enjoyable with savoury and spicy dishes, with cheese or simply on its own. Best served lightly chilled, Allan Scott Riesling is guaranteed to improve for many years if carefully cellared.
Behind its dark, ruby colour and violet hints, the Héritage hides intense smells of cassis, violet and spices. Straightforward on the palate, with pure and clear acidity, wrapped in mellowness. Altogether, this gives a good length to the wine.
This wine pairs perfectly with beef, duck breast, confit, cold cuts, cheese...
Lively fruit aromas with notes of peach and cirtus along with a hint of herbaciousness. a nervy and refreshing acidity counter balance the fruit and provide an elegant finish.
This elegant salmon pink Rosé immediately presents luscious strawberries and cream on the nose. Those bright berries, meet with stonefruit on the palate with a medium dry finish. Best served chilled, this is a perfect ‘snacking wine’ – ie: quaff on the terrace with a platter of delicious savoury treats from your local deli.