Alpha Box & Dice Dead Winemaker's Society Dolcetto 2020, Adelaide Hills, Australia
£ 20.25
The wine is matured in 50% old oak plus 50% stainless steel for 18 months. The taste is a combination of cherries, savory spice and dried herbs.
Great with all italian food !
BDX 2019, McHenry Hohnen, Margaret River, Australia
£ 28.65
A seductive nose of red cherry, cocoa beans and freshly picked blueberries, with wild lavender lingering in the background. The palate is powerful with silky tannins. Ripe boysenberry and blackcurrant dominate from start to finish. Subtle oak and floral aromas provide the perfect accompaniment.
Hancock Shiraz/Grenache 2019. McLaren Vale
£ 14.95
Restrained and supple, lots of ripe dark plum, pepper and spice of Shiraz with the rose petal perfume and red cherry flavours of Grenache. Lovely lightness and brightness to the back palate makes it terrific immediate drinking wine but it will cellar nicely for 5-10 years.
Laterite Chardonnay 2022, McHenry Hohnen, Margaret River, Australia
£ 28.65
Pure, complex, and very satisfying, this is a charming expression of Southern Margaret River Chardonnay. On the nose delicate notes of kaffir lime, jasmine, and zesty ginger leap from the glass, complemented by complex barrel ferment elements of cashews and flint rock. The palate is powerful yet crystalline and defined by a mealy texture and that long, savoury acid line this area is renowned for.
Mount Langi Ghiran 2020, Mast Shiraz, Grampians, Victoria
£ 51.50
Concentrated forest fruits with blackberry complementing the red fruits experienced on the nose. Undertones of mocha, cigar box and a brown earthiness. Supple, mouth-coating tannins give structure that will hold this wine for years to come.
Mountadam Cabernet Sauvignon 2015, Barossa
£ 17.50
Blackcurrant and mulberry top notes meld their way into some cedary tobacco and bay leaf characters with spice end notes. Medium bodied with an elegant yet structured feel the palate has flavours of ripe red currants, blackcurrants and mulberries which intermingle with dusty cedar, subtle tobacco, bay leaf infusions and spice.
Yering Station Pinot Noir 2023, Yarra Valley
£ 25.75
An introduction to the world of Yering Station, this wine stands as an exemplary Victorian expression. Produced with clean and modern winemaking techniques, it is silky, fresh and approachable. True to the regional style, it offers red cherries coupled with delicious brambly spice. The wine finishes long and juicy with a lovely briary spice carrying through alongside the ripe cherry fruit.