A gorgeous six pack of delectable, easy-drinking, approachable red's from France, Italy, and New Zealand, that you're sure to love.
A very special, limited deal with only 30 available for only $123 for these six bottles.
Case contains the folllwing:
Italy Barbera D’Asti D.O.C.G. Icardi, 2016
Typical flavours are red fruits from the darker end of the spectrum. Around 5-8 years Barbera’s fruit dims, becoming more savoury, slightly feral and forest-floor like. Let the wine breath and open up...just delightful.
A red wine made from Barbera grown in this grape variety’s native zone, the Monferrato hills of central Piedmont. The wine became a DOC in 1970, and was promoted to DOCG in 2008. Barbera d’Asti is made from 100% Barbera. A typical Piedmontese wine of top winemaker Claudio Icardi.
NZ Estate Pinot Noir, 2017
Beautifully fruited and elegantly expressed, the bouquet shows dark plum, spiced cherry, olive and toasted nut characters with hints of game and dark mushroom. It’s equally attractive on the palate, delivering succulent fruit intensity together with flowing mouthfeel and silky tannins, making it complex and very appealing. At its best: now to 2023.
Score (Sam Kim- Wine Orbit): 94/100, 5/5 Stars
NZ 2018 Alana Estate Lumiere Pinot Noir
It's delightful, and immediately appealing with red cherry, plum, floral and subtle spice notes on the nose. The palate is juicy and lively with a smooth body throughout. The lovely fruit intensity carries through into a lingering finish A friendly Pinot Noir that's approachable and seriously good drinking.
France 2015 Syrah, Bouchard Aine and Fils, Selection Prestige, Bordeaux
This Merlot offers a plum and blackberry aroma game with nuances of vanilla and spices. A good density and a harmonious finish provides plenty of drinking pleasure.
France 2015 Rose, Berger Baron, Bordeaux
Berger Baron is a classic wine expressing all the aromatic intensity if it's appellation. Lively, Fruity and fresh it is an excellent accompaniment to spicy food and white meats.
NZ Alana Rapture Pinot Noir, 2019
It's sweetly fruited and delightfully expressed on the nose showing Black Doris plum, spiced cherry, thyme, almond and subtle game characters. The palate is equally satisfying with elegant weight and lovely fruit intensity, together with rounded mouthfeel and polished tannins, finishing long and attractive. At its best: now to 2023
Score (Sam Kim- Wine Orbit): 91/100, 4.5/5 Stars