The Symphony grape is a cross of Muscat of Alexandria and Grenache Gris. Pale straw in colour with an aromatic, spicy Muscat-like nose; off-dry, grapey flavour of orange and cardamom; easy drinking, light on the palate with a faint spritz. Best with Asian dishes.
Kicks off with lively plum, black cherry and spice on the nose introducing succulent, mouth-filling flavours of black plum and bitter cherry. Classic, food friendly acidity, spicy dark fruit, agreeable tannic bite and a touch of almond on the long, satisfying finish make this a great example of Dolcetto the way it was meant to be!
Aromas of toasty brioche and complex custard. Rich and creamy with a seductively textured mousse. Long finish with notes of white flowers. Made from 100% Pinot Noir and aged 36 months on the lees. A sophisticated sparkler for the dinner table.
Besides local wildlife, this distillery is probably the main attraction on the remote and rugged Hebridean Isle of Jura. A deep, intensely peated whisky that flexes serious muscle amidst aromas of charred tropical fruits and vanilla creme brulée. Spicy cinnamon and salty fruit notes dominate; like washing down slightly burnt fruit cake with potent chai tea.
Straw-coloured with a nose of lime, this wine also offers a nose of apple and toasty oak with a barnyard note; it’s full-bodied, dry, richly extracted fruit with lively acidity.
An easy-drinking, budget-friendly Chardonnay from the Colchagua Valley. Straw colour with a lime tint; minerally, spicy, apple nose; custard apple flavour, soft on the palate with a touch of sweetness.
Caramelized pineapple strikes the nose. Butter-sautéed peaches dominate the lees-textured palate; flecked with American oak-derived coconut cream pie and French oak-infused nutmeg. Bottle age adds length. Go for barbecued chicken with buttered corn on the cob.