Both red and dark fruits are apparent, with a light spice a splash of vanilla, a whiff of clove, dark chocolate and a suggestion of liquorice. Medium bodied, with lightly firm but approachable tannins and not overly aggressive acidity. Bears some similarity to the reds of the Veneto.
Pale yellow. Citrus notes, chalky minerality. Lively on the palate, nice, round fatty texture of good volume and very good length. A rather fruity Chablis, easy to drink right now.
Shows red berry, light vanilla spice and green herbal scents with blackberry, blackcurrant and dark chocolate kicking in on the palate. Medium weight and with a bit of dry tannic backbone, this is a reliable, well-made middle-of-the-road Cab.
Tempranillo with under 10% of Garnacha, Mazuelo and Graciano. Dense purple in colour with a bouquet of cedary, roasted plum backed by spicy oak; medium- to full-bodied on the palate, dry with plum flavour with well-integrated oak; well balanced with a lovely mouthfeel.
Forward notes of black fruit and a hint of bell pepper followed by a well-textured palate of ripe blackberry and cassis, wrapped in approachable tannins.
Lots of polish to this Chardonnay, which clocks in at 12.5% alcohol. Smoke, hazelnut, peach, sweet apple, pear and anise are all found in the glass. Mid-weight; the palate is restrained, with vibrant acidity, a slight creaminess as well as mineral-driven aftertaste. Seared scallops or cracked crab would be perfect with this wine.
Clear reddish vermilion with plenty of bubbles. Faint stonefruit, orange and sourdough bread nose. Very fizzy and light-bodied on the palate; tastes of peaches and melons with a long tangy finish. Lovely for brunch with a croissant. Drink immediately.