These Glenrowan reds are more cultured than they once were, but retain honest regional style. Jammy berries, warm spice and a slight rustic edge mark a smooth, medium-full wine, with drying tannins behind.
Deep ruby/purple in colour, with pronounced, ripe red cherries and mulberries on the nose with overtones of cedar and vanilla pod. Rich and rounded with intense flavours of juicy cherries and dark fruits with subtle sweet spice. The wine is complemented by a good length and balanced fine tannins.
Blason d’Aussières is characterised by ripe fruit, fresh flavours, and a supple, full-bodied structure which is an excellent representation of the property’s terroir. Its aromas evoke the richness of the garrigues and the flavours are often spicy. 20% of the wine is aged in oak barrels for 12 months. Dark red with a beautiful brightness. Open, powerful nose, with the notes of garrigue and clove that are characteristic of wines from Corbières’ best terroirs. After a smooth, fresh attack on the palate, the wine develops more power. Very good, dense structure. Despite their youth, the tannins are already supple and supported by well-integrated wood. This wine presents a particularly fine harmony between freshness and structure.
This classic Australian Shiraz has rich flavours of ripe plum, blackcurrant and spices. Well rounded with a smooth, mouth filling finish, it is a perfect accompaniment to most dishes, especially tomato-based Italian and red meats.
The Manor House ultra-premium collection comprises single varietal wines made from Nederburg's best-of-best fruit, inspired by the beautifully proportioned Cape Dutch manor house built in 1800 by Nederburg's founder, Philippus Wolvaart
An elegant, punchy wine with seductive aromas of fresh fruits. Thanks to the subtle balance of freshness and richness it can be enjoyed young. An assortment of charcuterie, red meat grilled or cooked in a sauce like a spring lamb stew, a platter of aged cheeses.