It's familiarly New World all the way—gold color, apple and butterscotch aromas, the toast-cream-yellow stone fruit trifecta in the mouth. But when it's done well, it's done well. Bonus when it's a value price.
Has aromas and flavors of raspberries and Sweet Tart. The palate is accented with some oat and coconut flavors, too. Juicy, forward, and made to drink now. Imported by McWilliam’s Hanwood Estate.
This is pretty good for an inexpensive Cabernet, blending chocolate and ripe cassis notes with just a bit of herbaceousness. The tannins are supple but present, making it approachable now and a decent match with burgers or steaks. Imported by McWilliam's Hanwood Estate.
With its warm and fuzzy nose of vanilla, buttered toast and freshly cut apples, this is a wine that’s easy to like. The moderately intense palate shows some candied orange peel notes and fades to a moderate finish infused with lemon balm.
Seems slightly confected and perhaps a little off-dry, but it exhibits tasty cinnamon and baked-apple flavors and a dash of peppery spice on the finish. Drink now. Imported by McWilliam’s Hanwood Estate.