Sicilia IGT, Italy. A juicy, well-balanced wine that captures the sunshine of Sicily, with a blend of ripe red fruit and spicy characters.
Fresh, attractive nose dominated by ripe fruit notes – plum, cherry, cassis and blackberry – with a hint of spice. Medium-bodied and smooth with discreet oaky notes on the palate.
Australia. A vibrant Shiraz that captures the pioneering spirit of the first voyages to Australia in a modern, easy-drinking style. Mulberry and plum fruit mixes with spice on the smooth textured palate.
Norton, Mendoza, Argentina. Aromas of red fruit and cherries, this Malbec is plumb velvety on the palate with a long finish.
Castel Firmian, Mezzacorona, Trentino, Italy. Intense, complex flavour with spicy notes, hints of eucalyptus and sweet fruit, and a fragrant scent of oak. Well balanced and full bodied.
Martinez Bujanda, Spain. A classic style of Rioja, with strawberry, blackberry and rhubarb fruit flavours taking on a vanilla and cocoa smoothness during twelve months in oak barrels
Masi, Veneto, Italy. On the nose, there are aromas of violets, roses and mint combined with cherries and spices such as cinnamon and cloves. Well-structured, fresh and full-bodied.
Delas Freres, Rhone Valley, France. With Syrah to the fore, this is full of berry fruit, violet, liquorice, and spices. It has a generous, rounded palate and a long, elegant finish.
Marlborough, New Zealand. Aromas of black cherry, raspberry and violets followed by hints of dark chocolate and espresso. On the palate there are ripe cherry and black plum flavours balanced with spicy French oak.