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A beautiful 2012 vintage that expresses pleasant white peach and pear aromatics. An intoxicating mix of stone fruit purity and an edgy flintiness on the palate. Vanillin oak spice richness finishing with a crisp clean acid tail. Drink now through to 2018.
A dry wine with still a little elegant acidity, followed by liquorice, mocha, dried porcini mushroom, dried strawberry and cherry notes, then finishing with aspects of tobacco leaf and firm-sh tannins. Attractive wine presenting appealing Central Otago Pinot Noir characters of dark fruit aromas, supported by intense complex flavours with hints of dried herbs. Elegant and textural on the palate, this wine has fine tannins with a persistent, lingering finish. Under the care of award winning winemaker Carol Bunn, this wine was crafted from a vintage which was carefully managed and harvested at optimum ripeness at 25.4° Brix, and fermented... Read More
This American Pale Ale has a clean crisp malt bill, and is matched with a load of NZ Hops – Cascade, Southern Cross, Liberty, Orbit and then late & dry hopped with American hops, Amarillo, Zythos and Simco. Inspiration People never give up their Liberty's but under some delusion. You've got to fight for your right to hops, and to roll, what you want, when you want, with who you want. The fox days are done, the Trump's are coming, so you better run. Only if for a night, but prepare for a life time. So who wrote the rules... Read More
The Primitivo variety of Puglia (introduced to California in the 18th century where it is now called Zinfandel) produces opulent, powerful , intensely fruity wines. This modern example coming from low-yielding, old vines is rich and opulent. In 2000 Gaetano Marangelli and his brother Vito Angelo, both natives of Puglia (Italy's "heel of the boot"), began making wines that aim to seamlessly blend ancient tradition with a modern vision. They experiment with unfamiliar varietals and explore new ways to emphasise the uniqueness of Puglia's indigenous grapes to craft harmonious, balanced, yet uniquely powerful wines that have received numerous national and... Read More
"Drinkable Italian wines under $15 are thin on the ground but this newcomer breaks the mould and is made mostly from Merlot (65%) with Negroamaro providing the Italianesque je ne sais quoi of ripe black fruit, savoury spice and liquorice flavours. Saluti means ‘greetings’. It’s made by a big company in Puglia; the hot, arid, sun drenched heel of the Italian boot, and is imported here by Master of Wine Stephen Bennett; a long time Italiaphile who has opened many doors for Spanish wine in this country. Let’s hope he can do the same for Italy." 4 STARS Joelle Thomson "Dark,... Read More