Wild-fermented, 100% Sangiovese made from organic grapes with a nose of cassis, currants, cherry jam, oak spice and plums. It is loaded with dark and juicy fruits on the palate with firm, structured tannins, depth, concentration and a certain earthy feel on the finish.
Delightful salmon-pink colour captures attention along with a fragrant nose of strawberry pie, spice and lemon curd. Tautly textured on the palate, while bursting with bright red cherry flavour. Tasty cinnamon-stick spice on the long finish. Delicious with smoked salmon.
Gold/straw-coloured, this is a Session beer, moderate in alcohol and refreshingly light but with plenty of flavour. You will find citrus and spicy notes and a smooth wheat finish accented by a touch of hoppy bitterness.
Crisp, bright and tight, with pithy tangerine, passionfruit, gooseberry and pineapple rind. Acidity keeps this lively and lifted, even through intense tropical fruit. Refreshing and pure fruited Marlborough savvy and at an excellent price.
Torrentes is Argentina’s answer to Gewürz (and/or Muscat). Aromatic, this value priced wine sings with peach, honeysuckle, flowers, citrus marmalade, incense and spice. Light to medium bodied, there is excellent length and lovely refreshing acidity.
To date, this is the best Unita that has been produced. 30% of the grapes were dried and the wine was aged in new oak for 17 months. The dark cherry colour leads to a huge nose of mint/herbs, plums, cocoa, dark cherries, licorice and violets. Full bodied, the ripe fruit is supported by equally ripe tannins. Drink it now until 2020.
The Fitzpatricks know a thing or two about this grape, having grown it very successfully for years at Cedar Creek, and it shows: up-front white floral notes and stone fruit precede a tropical-toned palate of guava and apricot with a well-textured mouthfeel aided by a portion of the wine fermented in neutral oak.