Dense purple colour that stains the glass. Cedary, toasty, blackcurrant bouquet. Medium to full bodied. Juicy and fruity blackcurrant and black plum flavours with well-integrated oak and ripe tannins. Great value.
Opaque purple-red colour. Robust and distinctive Carmenere nose of raspberry seasoned with oregano. Full bodied and full of blackberry and blackcurrant fruit. Flavours are not complex, it needs some time to mellow but the fruit may not last. Drink to 2022 but taste often.
Vivid copper colour. Forward nose of sweet Asian melon, a touch of banana. The mostly Pinot Noir and Syrah blend tastes of apricot, orange and red berries. Outstanding with an artisan bacon and tomato sandwich. Extreme value.
Bright, pale straw in colour; grassy, green plum nose. Medium bodied, crisply dry, green apple, green plum and gooseberry flavours with a floral top note and lively acidity. Excellent value.
Pungent tar and herbaceous aromas so often associated with Chile mingle with dark blackberries, cassis, cedar and tobacco. Full body with firm tannins and fresh acid that balances well the ripeness of fruit. Hard to believe this wine is from the 2013 vintage. Still very youthful. Ribs or hamburger are both a good pairing.
Very pale garnet. Faint nose of raspberry and rhubarb. Light body, tasting of raspberries and strawberries. A crowd-pleasing quaffing wine with little structure, but a great price. Drink up.
Opaque purple-black in colour; high-toned, cedary, lightly floral nose of black fruit. Medium- to full-bodied, richly extracted black plum and blackberry flavours with balancing acidity and well-integrated oak.