Aromatic Merlot 2018,Bruno Andreu, Languedoc
Aromatic means the conviviality of South of France, the authenticity of unique varietals and the richness of the Terroir
Clear deep purple colour. Fresh strawberry fruits with a good freshness Very typical of the varietal!
Food pairing: Great with Indian cuisine
Dourthe No 1 Merlot Cabernet Sauvignon 2017, Bordeaux
Dourthe No 1 never fails vintage after vintage to produce a top Bordeaux at an incredible price. A bargain!
Lovely, deep ruby red appearance for the Dourthe N°1 2017. Charming on the bouquet, where a hint of toast intermingles with red and black berry fruit aromas. Initially sumptuously smooth on the palate, the wine gains momentum to unleash delicious, fruit-laden texture, oozing freshness and appealing spicy notes. Very well-balanced overall, backed by rounded, silky tannins and culminating in a long, fruity final woven with well-integrated oak
Food pairing: Red and white meat (entrecôte bordelaise, minute steak, beef tartare, neck of lamb, leg of mutton, duck magret), vegetables and side dishes (gratin dauphinois), cheese.
Côtes-du-Rhône, 2018, Domaine de l’Olivier
This is a typical Côtes-du-Rhône with rich fruity, blackberries aromas, Provence herbs, velvety tannins and a real elegance. Long finish. An excellent value for money wine.
Food pairing: Match this wine with roast lamb flavoured with thyme or rosemary or a herby rabbit stew.
Pinataro Negroamaro IGT Puglia 2018, Masseria Tagaro
This is made by a small family farm, Masseria Tagaro, in the beautiful Itria Valley – The heart of Puglia.
Deep red with violet tints. Intense and fruity with sweet spicy notes with a soft and persistent taste. Balanced tannins.
Food pairing: Excellent with red meats on the grill, pasta with red meat and mediterranean dishes.
Hunuc Malbec 2019, Domaine Bousquet (Organic), Argentina
Domaine Bousquet produced very high quality and high altitude organic wines.
Red and black fruit, figs and berries aromas. Medium body and round velvety tannins.
Food pairing: Ideal with pasta and red meat dishes.
Cannonberg Cabernet Sauvignon 2017, South Africa
Micro Fair Trade – ethical – sustainable farming
Another excellent example of the potential of the Cape’s vineyards with notes of cherry, cassis and plum.
Food pairing:This wine goes well with lamb stews, casseroles, steaks, beef stews and cheeses.