A foot-trodden Port of distinction! Opaque purple in colour with a slightly medicinal, blackberry nose with oak spice; full-bodied, sweet and intense, grapey, blackberry flavour, firmly structured. Would reward with 3-4 years cellaring to resolve the tannins.
Restrained with a pleasant austere profile that keeps the Sauvignon Blanc in check. Light with mouth-watering acidity and pleasing aromas of green apple, lime and lemon underlined with mineral and saline notes. A refreshing aperitif, especially when served with fresh goat cheese and crackers.
Rich and broad, creamy texture with crunchy green apple, peach, lime, mineral; penetrating flavours, focus and length with an elegant restraint.
A well-priced Sauvignon. Very pale straw in colour with a grassy nose of green plum and grapefruit; medium-bodied, dry, elegant with flavours of gooseberry and elderberry. A beautifully balanced wine.
Hand-harvested, fermented and aged in mainly French plus some American and Hungarian oak for 18 months. Blue and black fruit on the nose with a hint of violet and sage precede a ripe and rounded palate of blackberry, plum and cassis notes supported by approachable tannins and moderate acidity with a good finish.
Working with some of the best Chardonnay in Niagara, this less-is-more style lets the vineyard do all the work. The first whiff is all about the chalky minerality of the Le Clos Jordanne Vineyard with fresh pear, green apple, tropical fruits, subtle oak spice and vanilla and citrus on the edges. It is a gorgeous Chardonnay, an honest expression of the vineyard, with a balanced and fresh approach on the palate revealing integrated pear, apple, citrus zest and soft spice notes.