The bouquet may take a while to come around, but when it does you’ll know what you’re in for. Strong tropical fruit aromas have a citrusy side, leading to a very tropical mouthfeel with a smooth, oaked feel and solid acidity. Its 60% Sauvignon Blanc offers grippy grass and grapefruit flavors, while 40% Chenin Blanc adds mango and nutty notes. Finishes with warm…
The cool climate of Darling adds a crisp, fresh quality to this wonderful SB. Rich fruit paired with zesty acidity and snappy hints of citrus balance the wine, giving it complexity without weighing it down.
This medium-body blend of Sauvignon, Chenin Blanc and Semillon offers tropical fruit flavors on the nose and the palate, along with a strain of spicy, toasted oak. There’s dimension but still a dry, clean character on the palate and finish. Pair with seafood dishes.
This easydrinking red starts with aromas of white pepper, clove and cinnamon and leads into a supple combination of juicy berry and tobacco/clove spices. Medium-bodied and ageable, it’s a great red for myriad meals.
From vineyards in the cool Darling region, this ripe but dry wine has mineral austerity to balance its lively acidity. There are some caramel flavors, and a touch of grapefruit, leaving a fresh, crisp taste in the mouth.
From the emerging wine growing region of Darling, this Chenin Blanc is cheerful and bright, but substantive. Crisp apple and bright tropical fruit on the nose lead into a creamy palate of melon and guava. There’s a nice spiciness on the finish, which is long. The wine has a light character but has plenty of dimension.
Aromas of mint and white pepper are followed by a blend of red berry, savory spice and smoke. The successful play between juicy fruit and oak makes for a layered and affordable everyday drinking choice.