The Alamos Chardonnay from the Uco Valley has a fine array of bright fruit flavours including lemon, ripe apple and peach. There are further notes of tropical fruit and a touch of toasty oak.
Araldica's viticultural roots predate its production of fantastic Prosecco, with a history of crafting showstopping Asti, amongst other sparkling wines. With such a wealth of expertise, you can rely on this winning over the crowd.
Full of fresh citrus flavours with a touch of subtle vanilla from gentle oak ageing.
You're in for a punchy cocktail of tropical fruit and melon, all balanced by zesty acidity. It shows the best of what's unique to Gisborne. You'll truly get lost in the abundance of fruit flavours in this. And you'll just find it here.
A heady palate of gooseberry, lemon and lime leads notes of nettle and freshly-cut grass. With a mouthwatering acidity, it's your cost-efficient refresher of the winter.
Deep purple hue, a beautifully scented nose with herby aromas, lashings of juicy forest fruits and spicy, rich berry flavours on the palate and a good, smooth finish.
We've captured all these wonderful flavours in Dawn Star - lime, gooseberry, passion fruit, and a refreshingly crisp finish.
We discussed what qualities would make our perfect Prosecco. The answers: it must be dry, it must have tiny frothy bubbles, and it must taste great with the trickiest of food matches, Prosciutto.
Quintessential New Zealand Sauvignon: herbal notes and exotic hints of guava and elderflower on the nose, and flavours of gooseberry, citrus and ripe melons.
Showcasing complex aromas of grapefruit and gooseberry - its a late summer delight!
The fruit for this wine was sourced from a range of sites across the Aconcagua Valley, where the Mediterranean climate and cold nights encourage good fruit purity.
Winemaker Francisco Baettig limits the oak ageing to just 7 months for less than half the finished wine to retain typical fresh, fruity Pinot Noir characteristics.