Full-bodied and richly textured, this is an example of a savory-style Shiraz, one whose flavors are based on pepper, black olive and meaty notes supported by black- and blueberry fruit and hints of vanilla oak. It’s long, warming and complex on the finish. Drink now–2015. Imported by Margaret River Wines.
Offers up a nice blend of savory and fruity elements, marrying marinated beef and ripe cherries and framing them in vanilla-scented oak. The wine is full-bodied and supple in texture, ending with hints of fine tobacco and silk. Drink now-2015.
Seems rather oak-dominated, boasting ample brown sugar, vanilla and dill scents backed my some briary, blackberry fruit. Fills out a bit with air, so decant an hour or so prior to serving. Drink now.
This white will benefit from decanting to let some dusky aromas blow off and bring lovely pine and grass scents to the fore. There’s some good intensity in the mouth and green apple flavors that trail off to a shortish finish. Drink now.
Verdelho isn’t a grape variety you see all the time, but it’s worth a try. This is a plump, medium-bodied example with some sweetness to balance the zesty acids and assertive citrus flavors. Drink now.
This 75-25 blend is pretty neutral in character; with effort, it's possible to suss out hints of fresh dill, bergamot and graphite. The wine just seems too restrained for its own good.