Dark ruby. Light fruity nose, spicy, inviting. Light-bodied, well balanced, very fruity, probably no oak was used in the winemaking. Good length and ready to enjoy. Syrah and Bonarda in equal parts. Bonarda is a grape to watch in Argentina.
Rich, bold and structured blend of Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon, Petit Verdot and Tannat, all grown in the diverse soils of the Remolinos Vineyard in the shadows of the Andes Mountains. The name refers to the owls that protect the vineyard from pests and the whirlwinds (remolinos) that blow through the vineyard to keep the grapes dry and healthy.
A blend of Malbec, Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon, the name refers to the elevation of the vineyard (1100 metres). Floral and spicy with dark berries, soft juicy tannins and a fresh finish. Great value for the dollar.
An excellent mono-varietal bottling of Petit Verdot showing vibrant dark colour, juicy wild blueberry and mocha flavours, firm tannins and a bright finish. A great match with bison, elk or other wild game.
A well-priced wine for Pinot Grigio fans. Pale straw in colour with a minerally, peach-pit nose; medium-bodied, dry, with flavours of white peach and lemony acidity.
A wine of great charm and elegance for the price. Very pale lime in colour, it has an intense nose of lavender and orange; light- to medium-bodied on the palate, it’s dry and perfumed with lychee and melon flavours. Great value
An Alberto Antonini project, Enamore is an Amarone-style wine, where grapes are dried appassimento style to create a concentrated, full wine. Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon, Bonarda and Cabernet Franc are sweet and thicker on the full palate, with ripe and dried plum, dried blackberry, raspberry leather and pink florals drawn across thick, sueded and — at the end — drying tannins. Cushy, velvety, warm on the finish; think of this as a red-fruited/pink floral and lighter version of Amarone.