A clear, bright pale yellow in colour, with refreshing citrus aromas of grapefruit and lime that intermingle with subtle tropical fruit aromas, especially pineapple, and a touch of herbs. On the palate,it is a balanced, fresh and fruity wine, with velvety texture and a persistent, enjoyable finish.Ideal for serving with fish and shellfish, cooked with creamy sauces or butter. Also it is perfect accompanying pasta with seafood sauces and as aperitif, served with different cheese and dried fruits. Casablanca Valley can be identified by its closeness to the Pacific Ocean, influenced by the coastal breeze, which moderates temperatures. The land is basically formed by hills that increase in height asit goes east towards the Coastal Mountain Range. It has an alluvial origin, with sandy textures of high permeability, poor and shallow, which causes the valley to have low yields, compared to others. Thetemperatures are colder and templates, causing a slower ripening in the fruit and, in consequence, great character in flavour and aroma, for white varieties like Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc. The grapescome from vineyards that are approximately 12 years old in the Casablanca estate, trellised in simple vertical shoot position, with an average yield of 12 tons/ha. They were hand-picked into bins duringthe first week of March when they had reached the ideal state of ripeness. The grapes were transported to our Nancagua winery for vinification in stainless steel tanks at low temperatures with selectedyeasts, pumpovers, and delicate lees stirring to reach the desired final result. Prior to bottling the wine was fined with adjusted doses of bentonite and cold stabilized to prevent tartaric precipitations in thebottle.Suitable for Vegetarians and VegansThis wine is Organic.
A refreshing, rich white wine full of subtle flavours of tropical fruit and delicate citrus. 10% of the wines has been aged in oak giving a touch more depth of flavour whilst retaining the character and freshness of the wine. Equally delicious on its own or with food. Suitable for vegetarians.Andrew Peace wines is a family owned and operated business, comprising a modern
winery and a 180 hectares wine grape vineyard. The Peace family’s achievements in
creating a commercially successful vineyard/winery business in recent years have
been little short of amazing, demonstrating a strong capacity to utilise technology,
with enormous hard work and exceptional planning skills.
Ruby red in colour. On the nose lively aromas of strawberries,
blackberries and cherries are married with subtle floral nuances. It
is smooth on the palate with round tannins and a refreshing
acidity. The wine is not oak aged.Grapes for the Grão Vasco wines are sourced from a network of
trusted Dão growers who follow sustainable practices in their
vineyards. The Dão region is on the raised Beirão pleateau and the
vineyards are at altitudes of around 450 metres above sea level.
Cool nights here counteract the warmth of the days, ensuring that
the grapes undergo a slow ripening process and retain a fresh
acidity whilst accumulating great depth of flavour. Soils in the Dão
are predominantly granitic, which lends elegance to the wines.Goes well with grilled beef or lamb or robust stew. For a veggie alternative try with spinach and lentil
The nose offers floral aromas of jasmine, lychee, and honey notes. The floral notes reappear on the palate, along with apricot, and mandarin orange. Medium bodied with good concentration and a refreshing ripe fruit finish. A Thai fighting delight!FOOD MATCHIts sweetness makes this wine ideal as an aperitif served with mild cheeses, ham, and dried fruit and nuts. It is also excellent paired with sushi and fresh fruit desserts.This wine is Organic and suitable for both vegans and vegetarians.The Rapel Valley lies with the Pacific Ocean to the West, to the east the Andes Mountains, and to the south the province of Colchagua. The climatic characteristics of this valley include frost-free springs and warm summers that allow the grapes to ripen well. The Rapel Valley viticultural zone is located in Chile’s 6th Region, approximately 160 km (100 mi) south of Santiago and includes the sub-valleys of Cachapoal and Colchagua. The entire zone presents good drainage, high fertility, and tremendous agricultural aptitude. Its climate is sub-humid Mediterranean because the low, even hills of the Coastal Mountain Range to the west allow the cooling influence of the Pacific Ocean to penetrate the valley and moderate temperatures. It is highly influenced by the Pacific anticyclone, which results in a concentration of rainfall during the winter months. Precipitation averages 710 mm (28 in) per year. During the summer, the southern and south-western winds result in an ample temperature variation between daytime highs and night time lows. The maximum temperature in January reaches 32ºC (90ºF) and the annual average is 14ºC (57ºF). The grapes that went into this wine were handpicked in April, when the fruit had reached the desired level of ripeness. The fruit came from vineyards that are more than 22 years old the Totihue estate in Alto Cachapoal and the Los Pretiles estate in Alto Colchagua. The vines at both estates are vertically positioned and yield an average yield of 9 tons per hectare. Fermentation took place in stainless steel tanks with selected yeasts in our Maipo Valley winery. The process was carefully managed to maintain temperatures at 15º–17ºC (59º–63º), with gentle aeration and delicate lees stirring to reach the desired results. The wine was fined with bentonite and cold-stabilized before bottling to prevent tartaric precipitations in the bottle.
An elegant Prosecco with a fragrant bouquet of green apple and white blossom. Refreshing and delicate with citrus fruit flavours on the palate balanced by a creamy mousse.An ideal aperitif or as an accompaniment to antipasti and canapés.
This refreshing, aromatic wine has wonderful aromas of fresh limes and ripe
citrus, with a juicy gooseberry palate and lingering finish. Pair it with your
favourite seafood and pasta dishes. The fruit for this wine was grown in four Wairarapa vineyards, each with
differing soils. One is stony loams, from which this wine is predominantly
produced, while the others are a mixture of silt loams and hillside clays. This
variety provides different flavour profiles, which helps us to increase the
complexity of the finished wine. These vines are relatively young, and are
cropped at low yield levels to give intensely flavoured grapes.
The focus in the winery is to capture the pure fruit flavours that come from the
vineyard, whilst adding complexity through our winemaking efforts to produce
a multi-dimensional wine. This is achieved by tank fermenting the juice using
yeasts that are able to ferment at low temperatures – preserving the essential
The name Los Cardos comes from the thistle: the sign of a good harvest.
This wine represents just that, a fantastic example of Sauvignon Blanc from
Mendoza in Argentina. With understated elegance, citrus-fruit aromas are most
prominent on the nose; a wonderful mineral edge lends structure and balance.
Lively and refreshing, this is immensely appealing, whether as an apéritif or
served with seafood, vegetable or lighter chicken dishes.The grapes are hand-picked early in the morning - thus avoiding oxidation -
during the third week of February. Then they are cooled and softly pressed. A
pellicular maceration is performed to transfer the varietal character from the
skin to the must.Serve with: Fish, shellfish, sushi, salads, pastas with soft sauces, citric, desserts.Suitable for vegansSuitable for vegetarians
A light golden, medium bodied wine with peach, nectarine, pear and honey aromas with a hint of oak. The palate is sweet with a vibrant mouthful of stone fruits, citrus, a twist of caramel and subtle oak with a touch of refreshing acidity leaving the wine beautifully balanced with a long lingering finish.Try with a variety of fruit desserts or enjoy with a platter of cheeses and dried fruit.
Available while stocks lastAn exotic wine with a bouquet of ripe peach, jasmine and vanilla cream. Lovely hints of oak on the palate which is full of flavour and leads to a long, satisfying finish.The wine is made from a single mountainside block - one of the highest in the Western Cape at 700 metres. The yields are low at just 6 tonnes per hectare.Suitable for vegansSuitable for vegetarians.Painted Wolf Wines is a quality boutique family business producing a range of commercially appealing specialist wines. They work with grape growers in various appellations in South Africa. Making wine from organic and sustainably farmed grapes, and donating around 4% of annual turnover to African wild dog (Painted Wolf) conservation is at the core of their company philosophy. 2018 was a drought year but cool weather allowed slow ripening and good fruit
Vinification: Whole bunch pressed, settled and cooled.
Mild curries, roast pork with mustard and apple sauce, creamy seafood dishes,
washed rind cheese.
Awards Platter's South African Wine Guide 4 stars
National Wine Challenge Double Silver
This wine is pale yellow in colour with a nose that presents fruity aromas recalling orange and white peach with honeysuckle and jasmine notes. The refreshing palate shows this is a wine full of character, with good concentration and balance.High quality fruit is sourced from Emiliana's growers in Casablanca and Colchagua resulting in this delicious, fresh, spicy and aromatic Viognier.Due to its soft texture and concentrated flavours, this wine is ideal for serving with grilled escalopes with a tropical reduction, grilled fish with a cream sauce, and some desserts such as papayas with cream.This wine is Organic.Suitable for Vegans Suitable for Vegetarians.
A wonderful un oaked wine with honeysuckle and apricot aromas and rich, almost unctuous palate that is somehow still dry, tangy and refreshing.Suitable for vegetarians and vegansGood with pasta and seafood
This wine has a deep amber colour with copper hues, smooth aromas of hazelnuts and vanilla notes. Smooth as silk, with flavours of honey, chocolate and toffee, balanced by refreshing acidity leading to an elegant finish.The perfect Port as an aperitif or when indulging in desserts or dark chocolate and dried fruits.