James Suckling wonders if this is their best ever wine: A wine that grows on the palate with extreme finesse and complexity that shows ultra-fine tannins, currants, flowers and super length. Decant.
A big bold blend of Syrah and Carmenere from the extreme climate of Chile's Elqui Valley. A real glassful!
Bold and brutish, this is a fantastically punch Carmenere from the stunning Elqui Valley in Chile. Bursting full of black fruits, well structured, and finishing with a hint of smoke, dark chocolate, and espresso it's utterly delicious!
Deep and intense, with a captivating bouquet of smoke, exotic spices, floral notes, raspberry drops and black cherry. It opens in the glass to reveal a velvety texture, superb depth and volume, succulent flavours with masses of dark cherry, blackberry and plum.
An extraordinarily long palate unfolds to reveal flavours of ripe damsons, blackberries and dark chocolate, with coffee, vanilla and liquorice notes in concentrated, full-bodied, supple and deep wine which will age well
Gorgeous new world Cabernet. Good fruit, with loads of the blackcurrent flavours you'd expect, good weight, some spice, and creaminess from the 8 months maturation in wood. Soft tannins, and a lovely finish.
Everyone loves a good Malbec, and this one from Sottano fits the bill nicely. Medium to full-bodied with loads of plummy, blackcurrant fruits and gentle notes of coffee and dark chocolate.