De Martino is one of the most exciting producers in Chile. Their Gallardia Rosé is 100% Cinsault from Itata in Chile’s far south. The old vines are farmed according to biodynamic principles and produce a lightly extracted, fresh, savoury style of rosé.
This fruity aromatic white comes from some of the highest-elevation vineyards in the world, in Salta, Argentina. It’s a blend Argentina’s native Torrontes grape (85%) and Riesling (15%) producing a perfumed, dry, characterful wine.
Domaine Zinck is a small family-owned winery in Alsace. Their Pinot Blanc is a light bodied white that is perfect for a hot summer day. It’s cry, crisp, and refreshing with notes of citrus, green apple, and white flowers. Organic.
Poderi dal Nespoli 2017 Sangiovese di Romagna Superiore ‘Prugneto’
This 100% Sangiovese ticks all the boxes. It’s not Chianti — it’s from the lesser-known Emilia-Romagna, providing top value. It’s fruity, spicy, and with just enough oak influence to add depth without compromising freshness. A great burger wine or pair it with grilled pizzas.
Decero is an ultra-modern winery owned by a Swiss Billionaire, so no corners are cut here! This is a sophisticate single-vineyard Malbec with great purity of fruit, fresh acidity, and floral character.
By contrast to Prosecco, Cava is less fruity and is drier with mineral notes and baked bread character from being made in the traditional (Champagne) method. Citrus, white peach, biscuit. Region: PENEDÈS Country: SPAIN
Maison Champy 2018 Bourgogne Pinot Noir Cuvée Edmé
This wine overdelivers and provides a great introduction to the wines of Burgundy. There is surprising ripeness and concentration here with juicy red and black fruit, forest floor, and a hint of oak spice.
Representing of the finest values in Napa Cabernet Sauvignon, this 100% varietal wine is bright and plush, layered in anise and cassis liqueur. A fresh high-toned midpalate evolves to show a softly round ending as a classic style of structure and elegance play out.
Classic Rioja Reserva from 30-year-old vines and spending two years in American, French and Russian oak. There is vanilla and smokiness, a plushness at the heart of this, though it is medium-bodied, with a cherry-ish lick of acidity, tobacco and refined tannins...
Exotic florals, Chinese five spice and aniseed aromas leap out of the glass along with red cherries, plums and an underlying complexity that speaks of Central Otago. A wine full of flavour with a soft silky palate, which has crunchy red fruits and savoury textural flavours.