BEST SELLER. Owned by Bollinger and house Champagne in Gordon Ramsay restaurants, this really is great value. Proper grown up Champagne. On the palate, it is well balanced and shows great finesse and complexity.
Rosé Majeur is the perfect embodiment of the originality and finesse of the House’s wines. Made predominantly from Chardonnay it is crafted with the addition of a small proportion of Pinot Noir from the best crus of the Montagne de Reims. A low dosage enables it to express the House style, both feminine and generous, with great elegance.
Founded in 1849 this fantastic house remains privately owned and cultivates nearly 200 acres of the finest vineyards in the Valle d`Epernay and Cotes de Blancs. Aromas of white flowers, green apples and a hint of minerality precede a vigorous flavour dominated with stone fruits and a touch of nuttiness.
This Non-Vintage typifies freshness & balance. The blend is made up of Pinot Noir (50 to 55%), Chardonnay (40%) & Pinot Meunier (5 to 10%). The nose & palate show notes of pear, hazelnuts, almonds and Brioche on the finish.
The Etna Bianco from Alta Mora is made from Carricante grapes, a variety native to Sicily.
Beautiful density of fruit that opens up to layers of dried apple, lemon and other citrus aromas. Full body, layered and gorgeous. Complex at the end - James Suckling
There is growing demand for Etna Rosso and Guardiola is the highest Cru on Mount Etna and produces some of the most thrilling wines of Sicily, such as this stunning Nerello Mascalese. The wine has enticing scents of wild red berry, baking spice, aromatic herb and balsamic notes waft out of the glass.
Since white Saumur-Champigny doesn’t exist, this wine defaults to the catch-all appellation of Saumur. La Dame, is fermented and aged in new and second fill barriques and larger foudre. It comes from a specific clone of Chenin, planted close to the Medieval church above Parnay, that gives it a great aromatic quality; almost Alsatian in style.
Jane first produced wines under this label in Australia in 2012, when she made three barrels of a Pinot from Mornington. This Pinot Noir is initially reserved but after some time in the glass the wine opens up with aromas of blackberries, plum and spice. The palate is full of sweet fruit, balanced by spices and savoury flavours.
From organic vines planted at an altitude between 800 - 850 meters, the 2010 Bizios Estate Nemea Agiorgitiko was a Gold Medal winner at the Thessaloniki International Wine Competition in 2014 - as well as winning Gold in Bordeaux earlier this year.
The Gironde River gravel beds at Pauillac provide the ideal drainage and riverside micro-climate enjoyed by the dominant varietal, Cabernet Sauvignon. The Bages plateau is considered the finest environment for Cabernet grapes.
Mr Black is a bittersweet blend of top-grade Arabica coffees and Australian wheat vodka. Our roasters source speciality beans from the best growing regions to create a complex liqueur that is bold, balanced and unapologetically coffee.
Dry, Clean, fresh, pale almost transparent, with a touch of coral colour. coral color. It is light and fresh on the palate with crisp acidity and floral aromas aftertaste, with balanced aromas of. roses and red fruit.
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German producer Villa Wolf make some absolutely fabulous, great value wine. This Pinot Noir Rosé from the Rhine River Valley is a great crowd pleaser. The wine has a delicate red berry aroma, with notes of strawberry, red currant and stone fruits. A hint of residual sugar adds a roundness to the palate, elegantly balanced by fresh acidity.
This rosé is a very delicate, pale pink colour. The nose is fresh with notes of red berries and stone fruits. The palate has a lovely texture coupled with flavours of apricot, peach and white flowers which are well balanced with bright acidity.
The wine, the first ever Liberator Rosé and is one of Rick’s most confidential releases to date. It is made from Cinsault sourced from Otterkuil, a wheat, cattle and sheep farm (who also happen to supply grapes to the local Windmeul winery), located on the Durbanville Road in Agter-Paarl.
A fragrant and well balanced wine, AIX`s hypnotising salmon pink colour reveals a fruity freshness and premium rosé. The nose is fresh and fragrant, delicate yet youthful and offers classy notes of watermelon, strawberries and flowers.
Due to hit the shop in early March. Williams Chase Rosé is a beautiful classic blend of Grenache, Syrah and Cinsault. By harvesting at night, the freshness of the wine is preserved and a short cold-maceration for the must in contact with the skins imparts the enticing pale shade of pink. Dry, with a touch crushed red fruits.
The `Break a Leg` rosé made by Lukas Van Loggerenberg is made from Cinsault from just two barrels of juice. It is a finely-textured wine, ripe and round with gorgeous softness, one of only a few such South African dry rosés. The quality shines through in this serious wine and more than stands up to some of the pricier southern Rhône versions.
Charming rosé from the Barossa Valley. The wine is vibrant, bright cerise in colour with good depth. Rose petal and delicate musk perfumes lift out of the glass with a little hint of allspice aromatics. The palate is an intriguing combination of delicacy and richness.
Les Clans is the second label in the d’Eslcans flight and it leads into partial oak vinification giving it hints of the complexity and structure for which Chateau d’Esclans high end cuvees are known. The Wine Enthusiast states that Esclans current vintage pushes the envelope of Provence Roses.
This stunning Provencal rosé is fragrant and well balanced. It is a traditional salmon pink in colour and the nose is fresh and fragrant, delicate yet youthful. Lovely notes of watermelon, strawberries
and flowers on the palate and a surpisingly long finish.