Wild & Wonderful mixed case


Tasting Note

We're taking the road less travelled here with 6 highly unusual and truly interesting wines.

1 bottle each of the following.

Nando Rebula – 100% organic Rebula grapes that from a tiny 0.25ha plot. The wine spent 40 days on the skin and, then 18 months in 500l oak barrels and finally was allowed to mature in stainless steel vats for 24 months before bottling without fining or filtration.
Cheeky Pinot Gris – Pinot Gris is a dark skinned grape, not that one would know with most of the wines it makes being white. Coonawarra’s only plantings of the variety, the wine is given four days skin contact. Not so much an amber or orange wine (no oxidative handling), more a blush, it’s a style of texture and interest.
Blauburgunder, Castel Juval –Glorious Pinot Noir from a property acquired by Alpine legend, Rheinhold Messner back in 1988. Not sure what his ability to scale Everest without oxygen might have contributed but this is a beautifully balanced, delicate Pinot that is drinking beautifully now.
Maury Blanc – Fortified white from Rivesaltes in the foothills of the Pyrenees. Aromatic with scents of tropical fruits, orange blossom and star anise. A complex, perfumed palate with flavours of peach and apricot and a hint of brioche. Full and creamy with low acidity yet a fresh and herbacious finish.
Anarkia, Vinedo de los Vientos –Totally unoaked, this proves that Tannat doesn't need wood to show at its best, a juicy, meaty, savoury number with plum and blackberry fruit and racy, mouth-watering acidity Value Red Wine of the Year - by Tim Atkin MW Uruguay report (2020)
Source Blanche, Chateau Ka – An intriguing blend of Sauvignon, Viognier and Muscat from Lebanon. Flora and citrussy with great depth of character.

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