This Riesling is just medium-dry with the residual sugar balanced by a mineral and acid backbone. Cool-fermented in stainless steel to deliver a clean and mineral finish, the bouquet is elegant and very tightly bound with aromas of mineral-infused white florals, a little flintiness and delicate lime and lemon.
BARGAIN PRICE A balance of purity and power, Riesling (43%) brings line and structure, Pinot Gris (37%) adds texture and Gewürztraminer (20%) delivers fragrance. Overt florals, ripe pear and spice and creamy textured. Finishes with long, fine acidity. Off-dry in style, great to accompany Spicey Chinese, Thai, Indian etc.
Shiraz has long been Coriole’s principal variety and was first planted on the estate in 1919, while Sangiovese was planted at Coriole in 1983. An alluring nose abundant with aromas of ripe cherry, freshly-turned earth, star anise and roasted almond.
This beautiful wine is a bright straw colour. Complex aromas of citrus and white fleshed fruit with chalky and spicy notes. In the mouth it’s concentrated and fresh with great texture and depth and a long crispy, and slightly mineral, aftertaste. A super summer quaffer.
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 Heirloom Vineyards Adelaide Hills Pinot Noir was produced from a single site in the Adelaide Hills. This quartz-laden site is free draining and the vines face north. Heirloom use their own Pinot Noir clones and handtend their vines meticulously, carefully balancing cutting edge techniques with old-school viticulture and winemaking.
A fine, expressive Sauvignon Blanc with bright tangerine and grapefruit aromas and underlying rich pear and apple notes. The palate is fresh and textural, full of stone fruit and savoury complexity. Powerful yet elegant, with great finesse.
Developed with Pete Holland from The Floating Rum Shack, That Boutique-y Rum Company`s Signature Blends have been designed with cocktails in mind and represent a permanent addition to their range rather than the limited bottlings they`re more known for.
One of Italy`s best kept secrets, Cartizze is a specific geographical location in the hills around Valdobbiadene, the unique confluence of favourable soil, exposure and the area`s microclimate ensure the production of incredibly high-quality sparkling wines.
Popular in the 1920s, but long since forgotten, pineapple gin is back with a 21st century twist. Whole pineapples are roasted on a spit with Demerara sugar until a beautiful caramelisation occurs. The pineapple is then combined with some bold and bright gin. The result?
Using natural botanicals sourced from across the globe, the gin presents a zingy citrus body complimented by a delicately floral aroma and a hint of spice. Lemongrass and hibiscus come together with timeless juniper berries to create a lingering and seriously smooth London dry gin.
Light elegant English Champagne style sparkler from the Hampshire Downs. The 11 hectare vineyard is situated on the chalky bedrock of East Hampshire and is south-facing. The 2011 Classic Cuvée, the estate’s first release, is a blend of the three classic varieties (71% Chardonnay, 20% Pinot Noir and 9% Pinot Meunier).
Pale golden in colour with a rich yet subtle bouquet, with hints of hawthorn, almonds and toast. Brut Premier is the embodiment of the house style and strikes a perfect balance between the structure and fruitiness of Pinot Noir and the finesse of the Chardonnay.
This is a blend of casks from two distilleries in Jamaica. Monymusk and Hampden. The latter distillery has Scottish roots, and is one of the oldest sugar plantations in the country. It has always been known as a rum distillery of high calibre, making spirit for blending.
Composed of 100% Agave Tequiliana Weber, variety Azul (Blue Agave). Produced with the ancient method prevalent before the diffusion of above-ground cooking in the 1850s. Hacienda De Guadalupe is in Juitzila, Zacatecas, a few miles from the tequila valley just across the state border. Identical climate and weather conditions.