Cherry fruit on the nose, with a little earth and sous bois, presented in quite an attractive, lifted style. Nice, restrained, clean fruit on the palate, with peppery youth. Some nice grip in the background, and a decent...more
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Cloudy Bay Te Koko is an intriguing and alternative style of Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc, having undergone a period in oak barrels. A tantalising infusion of jasmine flowers...more
The Cloudy Bay vineyards are situated in the lee of the Richmond Ranges in Marlborough, at the northern tip of New Zealand`s South island. With stony, free draining soils and abundant sunshine, the region produces wine of unique...more
Layered with toasty new oak, brioche and peach fruit on the nose with a sheen of sweet, syrupy tropical fruit. On the palate there`s a fine steely core of mineral acidity that really gives character but still powered by ripe...more
Elegant with a good volume, this wine boasts round, very well-achieved ripe tannins, giving it an enveloping body with a long, clean finish that lingers in the mouth.
Our harvest was characterised by a good typicity, structure...more
This wine is deep ruby-red in color with violet hues. The nose initially reveals black and red berries such as murtillas, blueberries, black cherries and raspberries.
The mouth provides juicy black fruit flavous and balanced...more
Enclave is deep, dark red in colour. The nose reveals red fruit such as plums and cherries, a touch of cassis, white pepper, damp earth and a hint of black fruit. It has a very interesting aromatic complexity. Concentrated and...more
A Syrah distinguished by complex flavours and aromas that mesh together to create something extraordinary. Perfectly ripe grapes and a painstaking fermentation process result in a wine that is especially full-bodied with...more
A very intense nose predominated by red fruit, such as strawberries and subtle notes of ripe plum, intermingled with a touch of oak from the barrel-ageing and notes of chocolate which enhance the nal complexity of the wine.is is...more
First the grapes underwent a cool pre-fermentative maceration to bring out the maximum colour and aromas. Then the must was fermented in small stainless steel tanks and also in open vats. A classic fermentation...more