Neither overtly fruity nor over-oaked, Jean-Louis Chavy's wines are extremely well balanced, emphasising the classic minerality of Puligny-Montrachet.
With complex layers of guava, gooseberry, tropical fruits and a dusting of fresh herbs, it's one of the world's most prestigious Sauvignons for good reason.
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Lychees and almonds with classic gooseberry notes and a hint of wood smoke. A full bodied palate of citrus fruits with the richer flavours of caramel and nougat, leading to a crisp yet spicy finish.
From the best rows of vines, rigorously sorted and aged in 70% new French oak. Deep purple in colour, with intense aromas of blackberry with hints of violets, sweet spices, vanilla and tobacco.
A fine, mature Barolo from a small, family-run estate. Showing classic aromas of rose petals and hints of tar with an elegant palate and long finish.
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A blend of 92% Carmenère and 8% Petit Verdot. During the 18 months of barrel aging in new French (50%) and American (50%) oak, the wine is racked 3 times to get rid of lees, then bottled unfiltered.
Heady notes of black fruit, Christmas cake and mocha entwine with melted tannins and a seemingly endless finish. This is Italian decadence in a glass.
Top-shelf Châteauneuf-du-Pape brimming with fresh red and black fruits, a dusting of herbs and a kick of sweet pepper spice.
Made in small open-topped fermenters with wild yeasts and matured for 11-15 months in French oak, this is an elegant and polished Australian Pinot.