An elegant blend of Syrah and Grenache with aromas and flavours of blackberries, black cherries, and hints of chocolate and coffee, soft tannins and a long, soft finish. A great match for pork and veal.
Greets with grassy, lemon-y aromas and hint of spiciness. The round mouthfeel delivers passion fruit and gooseberry flavours and a subtle oiliness. Vanilla spiciness accompanies the short, clean finish. Fish ‘n’ chips would hit the spot.
If you like the fruit-forward Australian Shiraz-style wines, you’ll find a good bargain from South Africa. It’s a deeply coloured wine with a smoky, savoury nose. The initial flavour of sweet blackberries mellows to an earthy, herbal dryness. A lot of flavour and complexity for the price.
Despite the rather high alcohol, this one presents lightly refreshing stone fruit, some lemony citrus and very sound overall balance. Finishes with pleasing honey citrus lift.
On the nose: subtle lemon butter, vanilla, a pinch of nutmeg and a hint of hazelnut. On the palate: refined citrus, hazelnut and light buttery caramel flavours culminate in a long, harmonious dry finish. Nutty, buttery notes really linger.
Bright citrus, papaya and pineapple aromas and flavours that are focused and penetrating, great construction and just the right amount of acidity. An excellent value.
Great complexity and elegance with beautiful aromas and flavours of cherry, raspberry, spice and a touch of leather, a lovely brightness, silky palate and a firm underlying structure, a refreshing minerality and a long finish. A great match with game and hard or semi-hard cheeses.