We had none of the big-volume brands (and actually relatively few wines from the flagship red wine regions Rioja and Ribera del Duero). To be shown at the event, wines had to be made by the outfit.
Wine. We source our wines from small wineries around the world: Many are biodynamic, some are unique, all are delicious. In an age when there are mass produced wines manufactured on the scale of soft drinks, we prefer smaller scale, skilled producers who make exciting wines with character. We are constantly championing the highest quality wines. That is why we have such a big selection of.
Big Bombora, pays homage to the Australian love of the ocean. Bombora is an indigenous Australian term for sea waves breaking over a reef, or sand bank that is located some distance from the shoreline. In slang it is also called a bommie. A medium weight red, with a pleasing balance between ripe fruit and savoury, earthy notes on the nose. The palate is succulent and mouth-filling, with.
Red Wine. International varietals like Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir, Merlot and Syrah make up the cornerstones of red wine and are produced throughout the world’s top winemaking regions. Regional red varieties such as Sangiovese and Tempranillo are synonymous with their place of origin and we are constantly discovering more. Join us.
Big fruit aromas of black cherry, bright red berries, and plums all lead into the barrel notes of toasty oak, vanilla, and smoky undertones. The palate entry opens smoothly and builds predictably with big, firm (but not coarse) tannin, good acid balance and lots of structure. There is a great progression from ripe, sweet cherry and plum fruit up-front to rich, dried black fruit and spice on.
Most Chilean wineries are careful to bottle their best produce as Reserve wines. Of the big four companies Concha y Toro, Santa Rita, San Pedro and Santa Carolina, most own several wineries and many different vineyards, although it is also the norm to buy in grapes from a wide range of growers. Some truly magnificent wines are now emerging from.
We fought good and hard to get this, with our winemaking team in Oz to help us. We have loads of Remington liked-it-so-much-we-bought-the-company moments and this was one. A wonderful parcel of South Australian Sauvignon Blanc came up, and we bought it all for a knock-off Trotter price. Which is not to say the wine isn't awesome. This one is clean as a whistle and has crisp citrus and tropical.
For some reason I find it all very interesting. It’s fun trying different wines and exploring what I enjoy most. When I smell the wine, I only pick up on two aromas at the most. I'm already a big fan of Riesling, especially ones from Washington State so far. I noticed lime and fruity scents. I watched a video of someone smell that same.