Australia's biggest wine critic, James Halliday, gave it 94 points. Huon Hooke gave it 96.
Complex and layered, with distinctive notes of vanilla bean, almond husk and tropical fruit - it's reminiscent of a decadent crème brûlée! Californian Chardonnay at it's very best.
With fruit taken from acclaimed Caneros and Monterey County, it's all about juicy red fruit (think cranberries, cherries, and raspberries), and delicate hints of cedar, smoke, and bay leaf.
Château Minuty's one of Provence's last vineyards to pluck grapes by hand, bringing every delicious stone-fruit, citrus and melon note to your palate.
Ribera wine commands some of the heftiest prices in Spain. Finca Carelio was initially classified as Ribera del Duero DO wine priced at £15. But we added Castilian grapes to pump up the juiciness.