From the best rows of vines, rigorously sorted and aged in 70% new French oak. Deep purple in colour, with intense aromas of blackberry with hints of violets, sweet spices, vanilla and tobacco.
Bright ruby in colour, aromas of raspberry and plum are complemented by a touch of spice. A luscious and soft palate with flavours of redcurrant, cherries and an added warmth from time in oak barrels.
With complex layers of guava, gooseberry, tropical fruits and a dusting of fresh herbs, it's one of the world's most prestigious Sauvignons for good reason.
Heady notes of black fruit, Christmas cake and mocha entwine with melted tannins and a seemingly endless finish. This is Italian decadence in a glass.
Top-shelf Châteauneuf-du-Pape brimming with fresh red and black fruits, a dusting of herbs and a kick of sweet pepper spice.
Long and lingering with chocolate, coffee and marmalade in the aftertaste, beautifully handled tannin from the wine and wood blend make Tignanello a very complex, stylish and sophisticated wine.
Martinborough Vineyard produces some of the best Pinot in New Zealand, having made some of the first plantings there. An elegant and beguiling structure of tannin and fruit and a long, layered finish.
This Reserva is produced from old, low yielding vines. 2009 was a strong vintage in Rioja, and the Reserva has plenty of weight and fine-grained tannins, and an immense nose of incense and spice.
An immensely complex nose of ripe apple, orange zest, toast and roasted hazelnut. The palate offers bright fruit and a lush feel, with an enduring nuttiness that provides a long and involving finish.
A fine, mature Barolo from a small, family-run estate. Showing classic aromas of rose petals and hints of tar with an elegant palate and long finish.
Displaying subtle fragrances of honeysuckle, powerful passion fruit and goosebery flavours on the nose, which develop into blackcurrant leaf, lime and ripe nettles on the palate.