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Intense red-maroon colour with red fruit and coffee notes. Complex, voluminous, with mature tannin’s, equilibrated, highlighting the red fruits with black flower notes and a persistent finish.
Great with grilled meats, refined ragouts, pasta with strongly flavoured sauces, mature cheeses.
The Piedra Negra Chacayes (pronounced Cha-kai-yez) is a single vineyard Malbec, made from 90% Malbec and 10% Cab Sauv. The water of the plant is adjusted to make it live with a mild water stress. Green harvesting is done to promote concentration and maturation of the grapes that remain. Partial fermentation took place in 400L French oak casks with a rotation system. Wine was macerated for one month, followed by Malolactic fermentation with weekly stirring. 40% of the juice was eliminated and ageing took place for 24 months in new French oak.
USUALLY $3.99 PER BOTTLE. A glass of pure fruit. Grapes taken from the Matahiwi Estate home vineyard are picked ripe and bursting with concentrated sugars. They’re then taken to the winery when they are fermented in steel at low temperatures which is essential in maintaining those fruit flavours typical of Pinot Gris. Pear, citrus, honeydew melon and a core of zingy citrus make this one a crowd pleaser, especially when served with fresh seafood or chicken. Alcohol: 13.5% 24x 200ml bottles Read More
A balanced sparkling wine that's the ideal aperitif with it's aromatic notes of green apples, grapefruit and strawberries balanced against brioche toastiness and crisp acidity. 200ml bottle Region: Gisborne 12.5% abv. Read More
A balanced sparkling wine that's the ideal aperitif with it's aromatic notes of green apples, grapefruit and strawberries balanced against brioche toastiness and crisp acidity. 750ml bottle Region: Gisborne 12.5% abv. Read More
Blanquette de Limoux is claimed to pre-date Champagne making it the oldest known sparkling variety in France. Traditionally it was distinguished by being slightly sweeter and lower in alcohol but the style has moved to meet consumer demands. Nowadays and in the Dauteville & Cie Blanquette de Limoux the palate is delicate yet generous with toasty, brioche notes and a crisp freshness to finish. 11.5% abv. Read More