Aromas of stone fruit, honey, and floral notes mingle with wild herbs, sweet mandarin skin and apple. Generous and textured on the palate with hints of gala melon, a touch of salinity, and fresh citrus.Drink with white fish and seafood.Suitable for vegans Suitable for vegetariansThis is a blend of grapes from two estates in the south of DO Rías Baixas in Galicia, north west Spain. Taboexa is a 13ha estate at 300m above sea level, with sandy and granitic soil typical of the region. The Arantei estate is at just 30m above sea level - with clay and pebbly soil. Harvest typically begins in the middle of September - grapes are hand harvested and collected in 20 kilo crates. 70% of the grapes are macerated before pressing for 6 hours at a controlled temperature. Fermentation takes place in stainless steel using natural yeasts, and maturation on the lees is also in stainless steel. The mineral and fruity character from the Arantei grapes is balanced by the freshness of the Taboexa grapes.
Available While Stocks Last.A dry wine with harmonious balance between a complex depth of flavour and lively fruits notes including ripe pear, summer apricot and succulent peach. Great to drink on its own or with grilled fish, sushi and light pasta dishes.
Slightly perfumed, ripe melon fruit on the nose. The palate is weighty and ripe but remains fresh and saline. After a well rounded attack, the palate is lifted by a crisp note typical of the wines from this terroir.Grapes grown for this wine are only a stones throw from oyster leases in Etang de Thau bay. It is the prefect match for oysters, mussels and grilled fish. Or you can enjoy it on its own.Suitable for vegetarians and vegans
A dry white wine which is white gold in colour with aromas of pear, honeysuckle, apricot and nougat. It has flavours of white peach and ripe lemon and a zesty tang on the palate before a long dry lemony finish.The grapes were harvested in the cool of the night before being fermented in stainless steel tanks where the wine remained for 8 months on the lees which enhanced the flavours.Weemala is both an Aboriginal name for 'good view' and also the name of the vineyard in the Central ranges of New South Wales.Suitable for vegansTry with oily fish dishes, pasta, chicken salad and honey ham.