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A delightfully soft, round Chardonnay that's balanced by a lively freshness is what makes this Belles du Sud Chardonnay so exciting. A pleasant nose of fresh and dried white fruit and honey. At its best within two years of the harvest date. Serve with fish, seafood or white meat, but can also serve perfectly well chilled as an aperitif.
The winemaker Les Domaines Auriol is a large family business founded in 1995 by Claude Vialade and based in Lezignan, Corbières. The estate produces some wines from their own grapes, for example, in the Corbières, and some of the wines produced from grapes purchased from local vintners. Belles du Sud is one of the lines of the domain. The name Belles du Sud, "beauties from the south," is like the label shows inspired by a distinctive architectural element from the Languedoc, namely the three Graces adorned with an amphora or fruit basket, which in many towns and villages fountain of Main Square ornament. All Belles du Sud wines from its own vineyards are varietal wines (in some cases bi-cépage), or wines of one (or two), grape (s) made. Typical of the wines their fruity character. Thus they are ideally suited as a house wine. The bi-cépage Marsanne / Roussanne is made of approximately 60% Marsanne and 40% Rousanne, both typical southern French wite grapes. This gives an expressive, fruity white wine with many applications.
Moscato is delicious. There is nothing like that light, perky fizz and natural raciness to make things feel good. Freshness is key and this Moscato has it in spades. Crushed green grapes, hints of peach and a little lift of tropical fruits to round out the soft palate but the real hero is the delicate 'frizzante' bubbles. A big win. Where do we go to find a delightful cornucopia of lightly frizzante fruit. Muscat and the Riverina? It's a no brainer. The region is known internationally for it's exquisite Moscato wines. Abundant sunshine and bountiful soils stimulate the vines to... Read More
A light Verdejo with reduced alcohol content at just 9%. A great alternative to Sauvignon Blanc. Unlike most whites, Verdejo continues to improve over several years of bottle-aging, where it gains a rich texture and flavours of toasted almonds, supported by sparkly acidity. Javier Munos is a passionate winemaker at the Bodegas Navarro López. Seven millions of litres annually reflect his experience and capacity only approximately. Through its work 14 million bottles are sold to extremely satisfied customers every year and it is growing constantly. Its secret is direct and immediate processing after harvest. Sourced from low yielding 25-40 year... Read More
Pale yellow in colour with green notes, clean and bright. The nose has subtle hints of apple, pear and tropical fruits accentuated by vegetable and white balsamic aromas. On the palate the wine is citrus fresh and dry. Verdejo originated in North Africa and was taken to the Rueda in about the 11th Century. It produces light, crisp, delicate dry wines that are ideal with seafood and has now spread to other regions such as ‘Valdepenas’ which literally means "Valley of Rocks" because it is located in a wide area where the Jabalón River meanders through hills bordering on the... Read More
A crisply styled, refreshing Sauvignon Blanc that has a wonderful combination of lime, passionfruit and gooseberry aromas with a hint of minerality – typical stylish Sauvignon Blanc! We love to drink it with seafood and pasta dishes and delicious summer salads. While this wine is ready to drink now, it can also be cellared for up to two years. Awards: Double Gold - CWSA, Gold - Fifty best competition New YorkRegion: WairarapaLocation: New ZealandGrapes: Sauvignon Blanc Read More