Made using a single fermentation create a light and fresh wine with delicate apple and pear flavours.
This is a decadent and rich wine with flavours of Blackberry and cherry. Rounded and soft there is a delightful, lighter floral note on the finish.
This is a deliberately modern offering by winemaker Bertus Fourie, who has concentrated on drawing out the coffee-like aromas of South Africa's signature grape. Perfect with beef.
A great tasting, big and powerful red from an awarding winner producer this possesses intense flavours of dark cherry, plum and blackberry with underlying notes of vanilla and nutmeg
Once described as 'one of the best Bordeaux Supérieurs money can buy' by the world's most influential wine critic Robert Parker - this is a wine that will wow. Beautiful red currant, black cherry and plum fruit aromas give way to notes of spice and moccha.
Very light yellow, with light shades of green. Simple and clean on the nose, with flavours of white flowers.
A light pink, clear, dry wine, balanced, supple, lively. This is wine for thirst.
Albarino is revered in North West Spain, and we wanted to capture the reason why. We think it's an enviable purity and concentration of fruit flavour and a rich, slightly oily texture.
From our award-winning Definition range comes this quintessential Carmenere. With intense flavours of blackberries, and note of cinnamon and cloves this is a rich and comforting red.
Like stilton and stout, Claret can take a bit of getting used to, but once you have your Bordeaux epiphany you'll never look back. The perfect wine for Sunday lunch.
We discussed what qualities would make our perfect Prosecco. The answers: it must be dry, it must have tiny frothy bubbles, and it must taste great with the trickiest of food matches, Prosciutto.
A good Viognier is a balancing act between alcohol and flavour. So the brief was simple - find a wine that has loads of spicy, creamy peach flavour, but that doesn't burn the back of your throat.