Aged 10 months in Canadian and American oak, this one shows developed cherry fruit with fine cinnamon and clove on the nose. The pure cherry theme continues to play in the mouth with dry tannins and a splash of chocolate on the very dry finish. Better with 3 to 5 years’ additional cellaring.
This unusual blend works seamlessly. The aromatic bouquet is elusive but shows ripe yellow fruit with characteristic Riesling lemon citrus and floral intensity. Peach and green apple interplay in the mouth with refreshingly bright acidity, dry mineral and a touch of sweetness on the clean, refreshing finish.
Deep golden colour with a nose of caramel and apricot jam; medium-weight, honeyed peach flavour with an active mousse whose bubbles ameliorate the wine’s sweetness and give length to the finish.
Ruby red with garnet rim. Subtle bouquet, but the 20% Merlot permeates with plum notes on both nose and palate. The 80% Sangiovese makes its mark with scents of forest floor and cherry. The palate is ripe while the finish is warm. Try their suggested pairing of venison with juniper.
This wine is a great intro to the realm of petit Châteaux Bordeaux. Made from a blend of Cab Sauv and Merlot, it delivers the goods in the form toast, spice, tobacco and dark fruits. There is very good length and enough tannin to allow it to work with your dinner steak or chop.
Pale yellow. Fresh citrusy nose with mineral undertones. Lively acidity in the classic Chablis mouthfeel: chip-dry, dense, with a tight core and a mineral finish. Ready to drink, from a more approachable vintage.