A well-made wine which exhibits just the right amount of firm, dry tannic Cabernet structure to go with powerful black fruits. Good acidity gives balance, but the main impression is of great, ripe fruit.
Black plum, liqueur and marzipan aromas make for an intriguing nose. On the palate, you will find tart cherry fruit mixed into a couple of layers. It needs food, but many wines do. On the plus side, the balance and acids are just about right. —M.S.
Smooth and soft, this wine has a touch of vanilla and apples and cream flavors. At the back, a freshness of acidity stops it being too rich or fat. It is well-made, well balanced and slips down easily
Soft fruit, with a light jammy character characterizes this easy, fresh wine. It has light tannins and a firm, dry element which balanced the freshness. With some richness, it even manages a southern warmth
Cedar, red cherries and woodsy mineral notes make for a fairly complex opening. The palate is crisp, with lovely tar and leather notes framed by soft tannins that persist on the moderately long finish. An elegant choice to accompany steak.
Ripe and sweet smelling with aromas of vanilla custard and soft buttercream among notes of red apple flesh. Orange oil flavors cut through the heft of the round mouth, with a medium-length finish.
Pale salmon pink, this is a light, easy wine. Faint melon and herb aromas lead to an off-dry palate with sour-cherry and anise flavors. Nothing complicated here, but good enough balance to be refreshing.