Colour: Opaque crimson red with red-brick hues
Aroma: Lifted red fruit aromatics with a hint of sweet spice andcherry pastilles
Palate: Rich and densely flavoured with bright, expressive redfruit notes and wisps of toasted vanilla. Fine tanninsgive way to a persistent, moreish finish. Wellbalanced, juicy style of Shiraz.
Food Match: Roasted longhorn sirloin with potato dauphinois andsteamed greens.
Ripe fruit and passionfruit comes through the nose and on to the palate. Overall a wine that is bursting with gentle, mouthfilling fruit flavours while leading to a finish that is crisp and refreshing.
Deep brillant cherry colour in the glass. Intense aromas of black and red fruits as well as spicy and balsamic notes. A complex and well blanced palate exhibiting good fruit concentration alongside the rich texture from oak maturation.
A blend of Tempranillo, Garnacha and Graciano the wine has spent 12 months ageing in 100% french oak barrels.
An Intense red colour with tawny hues.
Its aroma is intense, elegant with ripe fruit and undergrowth scents. You can find aromas of spices, cream and vanilla from the oak barrel ageing.
Its taste is elegant, mellow, fresh and ripe with velvety tannins.
In Mapuche language, Malma means "pride". Malma wines are produced from manually harvested grapes from selected vineyards, and aged for 9 months in French and American oak. This adds a layer of complexity whilst the fresh fruitiness of the wines is mainteined and their unique Patagonia personality preserved.
The peace and tranquillity of the cool climate Eden Valley is ideally suited to yielding the clean, pure flavours of Riesling.Minimal intervention enables the true characteristics of each vintage and the vines to speak for itself.
Grenache, Mataro and Shiraz are three of the great red grape varieties that are cornerstone to the Barossa's red winemaking pedigree. A traditional style using classic Barossa grape varieties, we looked for structure and integration of flavours.
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The variety is a reference and a perfect example of the actual debate between warm and cool climate. The mouth is a true mirror of the aromatic fan, but still very young nowadays and will ask more time to fully express itself. However, the balance is already well present trough a rich, dense and juicy texture, armed by a deep and precise frame of small fine tannins giving depth and strength.
Sancerre sets the world’s benchmark for Sauvignon Blanc and this sixth generation family estate produces wine thoroughly deserving of the term ‘classic’. Beautifully balanced with ripe citrus notes and hallmark mineral freshness, it’s ideally suited to seafood, or recipes featuring goat’s cheese or asparagus.
Aromas of citrus and stone fruits, integrated with an creamy softening effect of the 100% malolactic fermentation. To add to the complexity it was fermented using indigenous yeast with a high percent of lees for structure. Powerful yet reserved with complex characteristics and a persistent finish.