Ultra fresh Albarino from the region Rias Baixas on the Spanish/Portuguese border. Lovely minerality and fragrance, with piercing freshness and concentration. This is regarded as one of the best Albarino’s around.
Rias Baixas is a region, in Spain, north of Portugal. The region is known for making wine from the Albarino grape. ALbarino can be fat and tropical, this one is more citrusy and elegant in style. Decanter magazine voted this as one of the best Albarino in the world. The vineyard used to be owned by monks, but has been in private ownership for the last 40 years.
Sparkling Portugese red, bursting with fruit and vibrancy. Delicious with cured hams, meats and quality bread.
This Valpolicella is ruby red in colour, with youthful highlights. Fragrant fruit with prominent notes of dark cherries are echoed by fresher hints of pepper and aromatic herbs, typical of Corvina and its genetic cousin Corvinone, the historic varieties of this appellation. When young, this Valpolicella is impressively lively and playful on the palate and will express greater delicacy and finesse with two or more years of ageing.