A brilliant straw colour, with hints of amber, Lanson has a fine stream of persistent bubbles. The nose is vibrant with hints of toast and flowers leading onto a palate of citrus and ripe fruits.
Amarone has only existed since 1938, but it's one of the kings of Italian wine. Velvety. Full bodied. Made with sun-dried grapes - it's truly unique.
A cult favourite - it usually sells out before it even hits the shop floor. Plush. Smooth. Supple. The blend of Rhône grapes is tweaked every year.
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.
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.
Blackberry. Violet. Black pepper. This Malbec is fermented in traditional concrete vats instead of oak - making it especially juicy and fruity.
Tropical, fruity, full-bodied Sauvignon from Wairau, a Marlborough sub-region where the wines are richer than usual. Made by a Sauvignon specialist.
Bold and velvety. Blending two styles of the same grape: the fruitiness of Californian Zinfandel with the spice and richness of Italian Primitivo.
A perfumed, delicate Pinot Noir, with elegantly textured tannins and soft and supple fruit. Escarpment's style is one of 'the perfect mix of black, red and green fruit flavours'.
Full bodied, aromatic rosé from a winery established by the Knights Templar in the twelfth century. It's peachy. It's herbal. It's zesty. Delicious.
Light, aromatic, fruity fizz. A homage to the lovers who flock to 'Juliet's house' in Verona - the label shows the messages they write on her walls.