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Barolo, also known as “the king of wines”, is one of Italy’s most noble wines, made form Nebbiolo grapes. These wines are relatively high in tannins and acidity, with a great deal of flavour. The result is a full-bodied wine with a classic “tar and rose” aroma, with additional flavours of truffles, chocolate, and dried…
Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot are classic blending partners, creating a well-balanced wine that has freshness and structure for food pairing. Extra dry and full-bodied, Cabernet Merlot offers aromas of black plum, chocolate, cedar, smoky oak, and cassis.
Cabernet Sauvignon is one of the world’s most widely recognized red wine grape variety. It is grown in nearly every major wine producing region in the world. This wine is known for its assertive tannins and denser textures. If you are looking for a more intense wine variety, then Cabernet Sauvignon is for you.
The sweetness of the Shiraz often balances well and softens the Cabernet Sauvignon. This is a fruit-forward blend with firm and gritty tannins and excellent density. This wine has notes of cassis, spicy pepper, and underlying blackberry fruit.
This California Red is a medium-bodied, dry wine with Pinot Noir being the main variety in this blend. Other varietals in the mix include Grenache and Carignane. These wines are bright with red fruit notes, soft tannins, and vibrant acidity levels.
Château de la Reine is known for its bold Grenache-based red blends. There are 13 different grape varieties used to make this style of wine, 7 of which are used at any given time. This wine bursts with elegant and well-balanced, rich raspberry and plum fruit flavours.
Gamay wines are light and medium-bodied and are typically delicate with a lovely refreshing finish. Generally, Gamay wines can be consumed when young and fruity and can be served slightly chilled.
The house blend makes a fabulous dry, light-medium bodied table wine for everyday consumption. Adored by many winemakers as their go to wine because of its irresistible taste of cherries, red berries, and chocolate.
Merlot is one of the world’s most popular red wines, second to Cabernet Sauvignon. Merlot is known for its soft, sensual texture and approachable style. Its softness and fleshiness, along with its earlier ripening, makes Merlot a popular grape for blending with the sterner, later-ripening Cabernet Sauvignon. Produces wines that are food friendly.
Pinot Noir is very popular worldwide. This grape produces wines that are lighter-bodied, with elegance, complexity, and longevity. It is loved for its red fruit, flower, and spicy aromas thar are accentuated by a long, smooth finish.
The California Ruby Cabernet is a cross between Cabernet Sauvignon and Carignane. It can produce a wine that is good in colour, with a pleasant cherry flavour and aroma. It’s a fabulous selection for any wine enthusiast.
Shiraz is also known as Syrah. It is a dark-skinned grape variety grown all over the world and used to primarily produce a popular red wine. Shiraz is known for its rich and juicy flavours of pepper, spice, and sweet red fruit. It is great for any wine lover.
Valpolicella is the perfect summer wine. It is a fresh, light bodied, easy drinking red wine, which you might serve slightly chilled.
Zinfandel is lighter in colour compared to Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. Its light body, moderate tannin, and high acidity produce a bold taste loved by many. Most Zinfandel wines have a higher alcohol content, great for any wine lover.