Impressive for its bold tropical fruit flavors and subtle texture, this is a nicely proportioned Sauvignon Blanc that manages to combine richness with enough refreshing citrus to achieve balance. Drink now.
A medium-bodied, off-dry style, with scents of baked apples and vegetable oil followed by flavors of apple and peach accented by peppery cinnamon-tinged spice. It’s slightly creamy in texture, with a long, mouthcoating finish. Drink now.
This is nicely nuanced and silky in style, boasting delicate scents of mushrooms and tea backed by flavors of cranberries, leather and dried leaves. Long and elegant on the finish. Drink now.
This is an unusual New Zealand Pinot Noir in that it spent 36 months in oak prior to bottling. The result is a mature, ready-to-drink wine, with delicate, silky tannins and modest fruit flavors. The oak isn’t dominant, but there is a smoky flavor element, along with hints of dried herb, briar patch and mushroom.
A lusty wine, soft and exceedingly fruity, as befits its warm origins. Flashy in raspberry and cherry jam, roasted coconut, sweet mocha and cinnamon flavors, with a savory touch of bacon.