Clear deep garnet. Complex nose to be savoured: blueberry, blackberry, pepper, cinnamon, dates and raisins. Punches above its weight with ripe cherry-fruit accented by rose petals, smoke and resin. Well balanced with soft tannins. Drink now while the fruit is still fresh. Great value.
This blend mainly of Viognier (55%) with 35% Pinot Gris and 10% Gewürztraminer invites with floral and stone fruit aromas before a lively, refreshing palate with citrus and melon notes with a clean finish.
Tasted in February, when no longer “Nouveau.” Deeply coloured pinkish-purple wine comes in a colourful flower-decorated bottle. Big nose of sweet hard strawberry candies, banana and sweet tea. On the palate tastes like fruity (raspberry, strawberry) tea, invites quaffing. Serve cool, drink soon.
Pop the cork off this Champagne-sized bottle and serve in your red wine glasses to help the nose of this spicy, citrusy Belgian-style saison really pop. Made from a blend of beer batches — some aged in oak casks deliberately inoculated with wild yeasts, others fresh from the fermenter — gives the naturally fermented ale a slightly wild, barnyard-like acidity and funk. But the sparkling ale drinks more like a fine, complex Champagne with white pepper, bright citrus, and orange-peel notes alongside a hit of rice-crispie-square sweetness. Elegant and super food-friendly — pair with just about anything from Thai to Mexican to a grilled peppercorn steak.
Vinous and delicate aromas of blackberry, cherry, earth and mineral with great balance, structure and depth. Persistent and penetrating with a fresh, long and clean finish. 50/50 blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot.
Whole bunch pressed and cold fermented, with 40% aged in new and neutral French oak. Aromas of orchard fruit precede a well textured and rounded palate, with extra weight from the time in oak, accentuated by Macintosh apple and pear notes, with well-balanced acidity and a lengthy, slightly creamy finish.