(New Zealand) Fresh but full-bodied Pinot Noir. Originally may be impressions of black cherries but these are combined with lots of ripe raspberry fruit lasting all the way through.
(Spain) Dark, rich and spicy damson fruit with vanilla coming from its time in oak barrels. This is produced organically.
(South Africa) Classic blackcurrant, mint and cedar to the fore with a long velvety finish. This is results in a delicious presentation of black fruits.
Montepulciano d’ Abruzzo (Italy) Ripe plum and black cherry fruit in abundance so the wine is immediately soft and rounded and ready to drink.
(Australia) Single varietal Australian Shiraz offering all the right elements- ripe, spicy fruit and a velvety feel in the mouth.
(Chile) Soft with succulent berry and damson flavours and a pleasing hint of cinnamon spice.