Production area: Languedoc-Roussillon Grapevine: Picpoul Alcohol: 13% vol. Appearance Clear in the glass with a green glow. Nose fresh animating bouquet of citrus fruits like lemon and grapefruit. Taste Great freshness, aromatic, dry. Serving suggestions Apéritif, seafood, Asian food, fish. Serving temperature 8°-10° C.
Taumata is the shortened form of the longest place name in the world – a hill near Porangahau, south of Waipukurau in southern Hawke’s Bay. Alcohol: 12% vol. Appearance A clean and bright wine Nose Expressive grassy/asparagus nose backed with tropical fruits. Taste Citrus with hints of pineapple in a fruity palate. Crisp acidity, plenty Read More
This Verdejo is just starting to make a name for itself with restaurants who need a house wine priced in the teens but behaves like a twenty something! Just ask some of other other clients who rely on this little gem. Clean, bright and pale greenish colour with fruity aromas of critics and melon, together with hints of spices and reminiscences of honeysuckle. Fresh and young, with good acidity.
Production area: Petit Chablis Grapevine: Chardonnay Alcohol: 12.5% vol. Appearance A crystal clear and brilliant wine with pale-yellow colour. Nose The first aromas in the bouquet are fresh fruits with hints of spice. On airing, the complexity develops along with floral and ripe fruit notes. Good aromatic persistence. Taste On the palate, this Petit Chablis Read More