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Intense aromatics of melon, peach and papaya are accompanied by hints of tomato leaf and capsicum. The palate is crisp but mouth-filling, a small portion of the wine having been oak fermented.
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.
When it comes to fine wines, Bordeaux and White Burgundy top the charts.
Château Musar is Lebanon's best known winery for good reason. This is rich, vibrant and brimming with delicious spices. You'll have a tough time finding anything that comes close elsewhere.
Marqués de Riscal Gran Reserva is crafted in the traditional Rioja Álavesa style that pays loving homage to the vision winery's founders, Guillermo and Camilo Hurtado de Amézaga.
An earthy, rustic nose gives up aromas of leather, earth and spices over a backdrop of blackcurrant and ripe raspberry fruit. Harmonious and powerful on the palate, with a cocoa and pepper complexity.
Put simply, Catena Zapata put premium Malbec on the map. Run by Nicolás Catena, who was the first South American to win 'Decanter Man of the Year', its high altitude wines are famed for their finesse.
A full-bodied, complex red that's stuffed with red fruit, a hint of tobacco and mouth-stuffing tannins. This is top-shelf Italian juice at its best.
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'.
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.