This Chardonnay was made famous in 1976, when the 1973 vintage won first place at the Judgement of Paris. This is a silky and generous Chardonnay with bright mineral fruit. A touch of creaminess is balanced by fresh apple flavours with a hint of spice. An amazing wine.
A blend of Verdelho, Gouveio, Viosinho, Rabigato and Códega do Larinho varieties (the blend changes each year) grown on primarily northfacing, high-altitude vineyards planted on schistous and granitic soils.
An award winning, easy drinking, great value red wine from Spain. Cherry red with intense fruity berry aromas. This elegant wine is light and refreshing with silky tannins and a pleasing smooth finish.
An authentic expression of all the key elements of climate, site and winemaker influence seamlessly balanced in a single glass; bold French Oak with a rich creamy, nuttiness all wrapped around a vibrant core of ripe yet distinctly cool-climate Chardonnay fruit.
Leefield Station Pinot Noir delivers a seam of vivid red berry fruits that speak strongly to the cool-climate growing conditions of the Waihopai Valley of Marlborough. This core of pure red fruits sits amidst savoury elements of grape stem, smoke and a hint of classic Pinot Noir funk.
From a family run single vineyard in the Yakima Valley AVA, this dark concentrated Syrah possesses flavours of dark berry, clove and white pepper, coating the palate with a plush round mouthfeel and leading to a silky-smooth finish. Suitable for both vegetarians and vegans.
It was important to Rick that The Liberator should, in some small way, mark the events to date of the year 2020. Horrific bush fires in Australia, unprecedented plagues of locusts in East Africa, COVID-19… Plus, the uncertainty inflicted on the world with the perfect storm of Donald Trump, Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin.
In 1989, Paul Hobbs visited Mendoza for the first time. Driving over the Andes from Chile with his longstanding friend Jorge Catena, brother of the famous Nicolas Catena, he fell in love with the place, the people, but also with the potential to make great wine.
It’s hard to believe Pazo de Señorans have been making wine for a mere 28 years given that they are now considered one of the finest producers in Spain. Anna, the winemaker, is fastidious in her approach, which could not be more pared back or simple.
The viticultural origin of the Trimbach family dates back to 1626, when Jean Trimbach, was recognized as a citizen of Riquewihr. From then on, the Trimbach’s were renowned for their wine-growing. Maison Trimbach’s vineyards are all situated around Ribeauville (Ribeauville, Hunawihr, Bergheim, Rorschwihr, Riquewihr and Mittlewihr).
This is a Chardonnay that tastes like Chardonnay ! A fabulous textual Yarra Valley Chardonnay. The grapes are picked early to ensure freshness and the wine goes through malo, gets some stirring and and then matured in 50% barriques and 50% stainless steel.
This dark herbal elixir is the ultimate social companion and mood elevator. Natural, blissful feeling with lion’s mane mushroom, yerba mate and damiana. Full-bodied and bittersweet with a curious savoury bite.
Since his first vintage in 2001, Javier Dominguez’s Dominio do Bibei has been widely acknowledged as the driving force behind the emergence of quality wines in Spain’s historic Ribeira Sacra. Lapola is a blend of Godello, Albarino and Dona Blanco. The nose is complex with aromas of wild herbs and a distinct minerality.
Zmago Petric`s family`s winery is located in Vipavska Dolina and from the very beginning, they have worked organically and biodynamically, devoting their energies to local grape varieties and respecting the natural environment around them.