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A brilliant and pure pale gold yellow introduces an expressive but elegant nose of sheer chardonnay personality: ripe apples, white flowers, citrus like lemons and fine tangerines enhanced by touches of butter, honey, hazelnuts and fine spices coming from the most elegant French oak aging.
Fresh and complex, such as the nose, the palate shows a juicy body and a lot of precision. The balance is all about structure and overwhelming texture with a crucial acidity in between that seems to give wings to the natural concentration. The rich, long and vibrant finish is made of white fruits such as pears and apples with dried fruits and a mineral, aniseed touch, well completed by subtle fine spices.
Coteaux D’Enserune IGP is from South of France. This dry Muscat has lovely acidity and flavours of mango, lychee and mandarin. Enseduna Muscat Sec is refreshing and aromatic with nice weight and a hint of spice. Try as an aperitif, salads and Asian cuisine!
Pretty, vivid ruby colour with violet highlights that reflect its bright, young style. Floral bouquet (violets, wild flowers) and red berries. Pleasant acidity in the mouth with fresh, juicy fruit flavours, a balanced structure that blends with discreet tannins.
Grape varieties: Negroamaro, Malvasia Nera, Merot
Deep red colour
The good late maturation gives the characteristic notes of ripe and dried fruits, such as plums and raisins
The subsequent slight oak aging gives the pleasant notes of chocolate and spices that make this wine harmonic and balanced, pleasant and mature
Great wine for roasted meats and with game dishes such as wild boar and deer. Excellent with mature and savoury hard cheeses, it is also a good meditation wine
VINIFICATION: At the beginning of October the perfect ripeness of the grapes is reached and winemaking process starts from the vine. The withering process takes place in the vineyard by cutting the petiole of grapes but leaving them on the vine for about 15 days, during this period the 50% of their weight vaporizes. The drying gives to the wines the typical notes of ripe fruits, such as plums and raisins. The hand-picked grapes are pressed and the fermentation starts. The skins are left on the must for a long period to extract flavours and the characteristic red colour. Subsequently the wine is left in barrels for about 3 or 4 months; this aging gives the pleasant notes of spices and vanilla
Fruit for this Shiraz is sourced from vineyards located in the warmer regions of South Australia where the climate produces fruit with a bold and generous flavour profile and firm tannins. Midday Somewhere is a medium-bodied wine with bright primary fruit characters partnered nicely alongside subtle hints of chocolate and spice.
New and second use French and American oak barrels
A blend of Garnacha and Tempranillo. The wine spent 6 months in new and second use French and American oak barrels.
A cherry red colour in appearance, clean and bright.
Aromas and flavours of red fruit; fruit in syrup and of undergrowth and pastry.
Fruity, with notes of plums cherry marmalade and tobacco; spicy with an aftertaste of cocoa, coffee and vanilla.
Great wine for roasted and grilled meats. Ideal with game dishes. Excellent with mature hard cheeses
Large and fresh bouquet with apple notes.
On the palate it is clean and fresh with typical mineral taste.
Ideal as an aperitif and with any fish courses.