World Vineyard California Pinot Noir creates a lasting impression on the palate with an intense ripe-grape and black cherry aroma, accented by a spicy suggestion of cinnamon and mint. Medium-full bodied and rich but not heavy, it's perfectly balanced with alcohol acid and tannin working harmoniously, and has substantial flavor despite its delicacy. It has an appealing soft, velvety texture, like liquid silk gently caressing the palate.
All the classic associations with this well-known grape variety, from Californian vineyards. Rich, intense aromas, deep berry fruits, healthy tannins, and a smooth, lingering finish.
Originating from the world famous Maipo Valley wine region in Chile hails this great addition to our World Vineyard Series. This reputable Merlot is a soft and supple variation with powerful fruit and spicy flavors. Renowned for its ripe cherry character, the Merlot is a perfect partner for red meats, lamb, and hearty stews. A must have on those crisp autumn evenings.
The single most widely-planted wine grape in the world, it is the Australians who boast the biggest, boldest, most easily identifiable version. This wine has peach and mango fruit aromas all enveloped in a vanilla-laden oak finish. Excellent with grilled pork, chicken, fish, and cream-based pastas.
The Italians have their own way with the Pinot Gris grape variety. In the process, they create a special wine thats unmatched anywhere else in the world. Dry in character, with fruit flavors and floral notes. A great picnic wine.
From the Muscat Blanc grape, Moscato is one of those wines enjoyed by new and seasoned wine drinkers alike. At the start this wine will provide great fruitful aromatics, followed up with a taste that has welcoming sweetness and a fruit-forward palate. Moscato is a light-bodied wine that is great with summery salads, desserts, cheese plates, or by itself as an Aperitif. It also serves as a great brunch wine with its great flavor and lower alcohol content at 8.5%. Make sure to consume this wine young, and serve it well chilled.