A refreshing and crisp savvy from New Zealand with a grassy, herbaceous nose that shows grapefruit, gooseberry and citrus accents. It’s zesty and flavourful on the palate with good acid lift.
Bright and juicy, with soft tannins, lots of ripe blackberry fruit, a touch of pepper, a silky texture and a juicy, fresh finish. A very good value.
Deep ruby-purplish. Ripe black fruits, slightly jammy, spicy oak. Full and ripe; intense fruity taste and warm on the palate; velvety texture; barely tannic, round finish. Generous and ready to drink.
Shockingly delicious; the best Gamay I have tasted this year. It shows beautiful brambly and savoury red fruits, plums, herbs and underlying, but not intrusive, oak spice notes on the nose. It explodes on the palate in a riot of red and dark fruits, layer upon layer of fleshy fruit, with complementing spice, bramble and herbs.
Lovely, elegant and layered with pure blackberry, black cherry and black and red currants, balanced and fresh with firm, plush well-integrated tannins and a long finish with bright acidity. Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Cabernet Franc. Delivers well above its price point.
A simply gorgeous Chard from the Paso Robles region on the Central Coast. The nose displays apple-pear fruit beautifully balanced with spice and toasted oak notes. The fruit follows to the palate with added roasted almonds, carambola and interesting spices, all balanced and lasting through the finish.