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A lush, velvety, attractive wine with beautiful fruit flavors and balance. Entry is of bright fruit flavors of black current and black cherry, pomegranate, tar, and peppery spice, rich minerality. Great acid balance, soft texture. Long, spicy, fruit-driven finish.
This wine showcases the youthful, fresh and vibrant characteristics of Marlborough. Initially, the cool climate Awatere aromas jump out of the glass, such as lemongrass, jalapeño peppers and fresh herbs. In contrast, the Wairau Valley has warmer summer months, influencing vineyards to produce a pungent Sauvignon Blanc with ripe citrus
Ripe red berries, orange zest and a subtle floral quality on the fragrant nose. Broad, fleshy and dry, displaying good, spicy lift to the raspberry, cherry and blood orange flavors. Smoothly plays richness off delicacy and finishes with solid thrust and lingering red fruit character.
Brilliant violet. Spice-accented cherry and dark berry aromas show very good clarity and a subtle smoky nuance. Sappy and focused on the palate, offering bitter cherry and black currant flavors that become sweeter with air. Shows very good energy and clarity on the finish, which is firmed by supple, slow-building
Vivid ruby. Cherry, cassis and succulent herbs on the fragrant nose, joined by a slowly building tobacco nuance. Plush and supple in texture, showing good depth to the lively bitter cherry and black currant flavors. A smoky note appears on the finish with velvety tannins and lingering dark berry character.
The nose is racy and has elegant notes of wood and minerality with a hint of butter. The palate is round and mineral with hints of citrus. The finish is long with a beautiful persistence.
One of the oldest of Italy’s white wines. A clear pale yellow with natural golden highlights, it has the fruity fragrant aromas typical of this area, with hints of wild mint and aromatic herbs. Dry but rounded with a subtly bitter aftertaste. Delightful as an aperitif or with classic central