Classicly fruity, yet dry Italian table wine, as versatile as it is delicious. Sourced from a clay soil-based vineyard in the Marche with southeast exposure.
Bright and purple with uicy aromas and flavours of roasted plum, cherry, and chocolate. Nicely- balanced acidity.
Crafted by Stefan Basson at his estate on the Perdeberg in South Africa, this Swartland blend of shiraz, mourvèdre, and viognier is thick and plump on the palate, with a sweet blackberry, ripe plum and mocha finish.
Chateau d’Esclans Rock Angel Rosé. The bigger sibling of Whispering Angel made from the Chateau’s own vines. This is the brightest new star of the Cotes de Provence.
Pale pink but with enough structure to accompany food, this superior Provence Rosé offers apple, pink grapefruit and rosehip notes, with some minerality and a nice bit of grip on the palate.
Dry, but succulent, this wine displays a combination of tropical and herbal notes on the nose. On the palate the influence of the wild yeast and oak component combine to give lifted grapefruit characters and some barrel creaminess.