This elite 12-bottle case includes mineral-edged whites, Albarino and Gavi, plus a uniquely elegant Australian Sauvignon. The rich reds feature textbook claret, spiced organic Aussie Shiraz and a Malbec-led Argentinian masterpiece.
Alc vol:13.00% | Line no:885888 Pey La Tour is in Salleboeuf, 15km east of Bordeaux. Dating back to the 18th century, the vineyards are now owned by Dourthe, and there has been impressive investment in the buildings and vineyards. This wine offers good value and consistency. Without oak influence, it’s soft-textured with bright, juicy fruit flavours. Great with roast beef.
Alc vol:13.50% | Line no:45811 A deep, opulent ruby-red wine with an aromatic nose and palate, showing intense red berry fruit flavours and a hint of spice. It has a sweet, long finish and, in comparison with an Argentinian Malbec, will taste softly plummier. This has the scale and intensity to work with big flavours, such as chilli con carne.
Alc vol:13.50% | Line no:98081 Yalumba is Australia’s oldest family-owned wine producer, with a longstanding dedication to sustainable environmental practices. This smooth, ripe, unfined Shiraz spends a couple of months in new American oak hogsheads from the family’s own cooperage. If you enjoy a more restrained, elegant style of Shiraz, give this a try.
Alc vol:13.00% | Line no:656242 Hartley’s Block is a stunning piece of land at Leefield Station, set high on a ridge overlooking the Waihopai Valley. This wine, from the makers of The Ned, has vibrant green fruit aromas laced with minerality and lime zest, with hints of fresh herbs and a lovely fresh yet full texture.
Alc vol:12.00% | Line no:567429 This Gavi displays classic flavours of citrus, nuts and hints of grass. It’s a refreshing white made from the Cortese grape variety grown in Piedmont, northern Italy, coming from around the city of Alessandria and the Monferrato hills. Enjoy this bright, refreshing wine with seafood, fritto misto in a crisp batter or light poultry dishes.
Alc vol:12.50% | Line no:449983 Galicia resembles the green fields and rocky coasts of Ireland more than the classic image of dry, sunny Spain. Cool temperatures and rain contribute to the elegant, fresh, aromatic style, with notes of peach, apricot and mango reflecting this fantastic variety. Ideal with herb-crusted white fish or with grilled prawns.
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