Valpolicella is one of those red wines you can chill or serve at room temperature. Deeply coloured with a spicy red-berry nose and an intriguing note of ginger. It’s dry and elegant, unlike any Valpolicella I’ve tasted; beautifully balanced .
Clear pale yellow. Fairly intense, fruity aromas of melon, citrus and pears. Full-bodied, rich and soft on the palate with buttery orange flavours. Ready to drink with baked spaghetti squash and roasted chicken with herbed stuffing.
Slightly petroleum, baked apple and citrus aromas before a keenly focused palate with luscious lemon lime and apricot supported by bright acidity and excellent tension through a zesty end.
World-renowned consultant and Pomerol vintner Michel Rolland put his mark on this full-bodied, Merlot-dominant blend. Beautiful floral and black plum aromas. Complex, seductive flavours of ripe black fruits, dark chocolate and savoury spice. Great texture and balance. Long, complex finish. Poised for game stew.
HOP continues to prove they are the Baco-masters! The heat of the 2016 vintage has produced an elegant Baco with blackberry, raspberry, smoke, chocolate, anise and scorched earth. Medium to full body with splendid length and enough tannins to allow 5+ years of aging, if so desired, but it is ready to drink also.
Golden yellow. Ripe nose of exotic fruits (pineapple, peach), notes of fresh herbs and honey with a mineral undertone (flint). Lively acidity, ripe and nice fruity flavour, good volume and length. Ready to drink and perfect with roasted chicken.
This has always been a solid white wine vintage after vintage. It’s a blend of Grenache Blanc, Bourboulenc, Ugni Blanc and Roussanne. The grapes may be unfamiliar but they produce a wine that has a minerally, citrus nose. It’s dry and fruity with a floral lift in mid palate. A versatile food wine you can match it with a range of fish and white meat dishes.