The first edition of Southcorp’s new brand yields is a nice, easily likeable Chard. Aromas are light, like talc powder or baking flour, mixed with a few golden apples. The feel is soft and fresh, with soft peach and apple flavors and a juicy finish.
Blooms with vibrant peach and nectarine notes on the nose, which persist in the mouth. The palate also has a slightly honeyed, or gingery character. Soft and slightly sweet, and just the thing for your next big gig. 200,000 cases produced. Imported by Southcorp Wines.
It’s a bit simple, but cleanly made and fruit-forward, with plum and berry flavors that steam right on through from start to finish. Will easily wash down a variety of midweek dishes.
Bold and grapy on the nose, this wine delivers plenty of blackberry and grape flavors, just touched with vanilla. It's jammy and almost sweet-tasting, but satisfies the fruit itch. Drink now.
Blackberry and plum aromas have mochalike accents, and it tastes just as it smells. A streak of mint saves this wine from being too cloying, but on the sweet side it certainly is. Will probably appeal most to newer wine drinkers.