Spice of Life mixed case


Tasting Note

As is often remarked, variety is the spice of life. And that's exactly what we're offering you here. Six delicious, and very different wines. Maybe not what you would have chosen without our help, but each of them entirely deserving your attention.

1 bottle each of the following.

Champagne Ray Maurin – a light, zesty style of Champagne, the perfect aperitif.
Bourgogne Aligote, Lafarge 2015 – Aligote will always play second fiddle to Chardonnay in Burgundy and is frequently dismissed as being a bit thin and mean. In the right hands, that can be seen to be complete nonsense; don't get me wrong, Meursault this ain't but it's a gorgeous, slightly nutty, dry white with some real depth and richness.
Muscat Beaumes de Venise, Chapoutier 375ml –Intensely aromatic "vin doux naturel." Fortified with neutral grape spirit to arrest fermentation, the natural, residual sugars create the most beautifully balanced dessert wine, marrying seamlessly with grapey, muscat flavours.
Enira – Despite a large slug of Syrah in the blend, this owes more than a nod to vigneron, Count Stephan von Neippberg's background in Bordeaux (Canon la Gaffeliere and La Mondotte are amongst his properties.) Decidedly full flavoured with blackcurrant and spice peeking out from behind well-integrated, toasty oak.
Senorio de Arana Vina del Oja Crianza– Made from 100% Tempranillo and aged for 14months in new America oak.

Lobethal Road Tempranillo/Graciano – And, for comparison, a Rioja blend from Adelaide Hills. A traditional blend of Tempranillo and Graciano delivering an elegant palate of luscious rich mulberry and raspberry fruits, underpinned by subtle savoury and earthy notes, with a touch of spice.

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