The BEST of the New World - Mixed Case of 6
South America, South Africa, The Antipodes... We're all suffering from a bit of Wanderlust right now! Get a step closer to those magical places with a glass of something that takes you there, at least in spirit. Also saves a neat 5% on the price of buying separately.
Three reds and three whites.
Ernst & Gouws Chenin Blanc - ripe citrus and kiwi with classic Chenin 'tang' that makes this wine so refreshing. Light notes of beeswax and honey bring complexity. Cracking.
Adobe Gewurtraminer Reserva, Rapel Valley, Chilé - the high cool plains of the Rapel Valley make a perfect climate for Gewurtz. Rose petal and ginger spice, soft acidity and a luscious texture. Perfect with spicy Thai food.
V Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough, NZ - defined notes of passionfruit and elderflower, fresh cut grass and citrus. Highly aromatic, mouthwatering and extremely moreish.
Luigi Bosca La Linda Malbec, Luyan de Cuyo, Mendoza, Argentina - the Luyan de Cuyo region is famed in Mendoza for producing top quality Malbec. This is rich and chocolately, with blue fruits and mocha spice from careful oak ageing. Just add steak!
El Infiernello Pinot Noir, Casablanca Valley, Chilé - raspberry and dried strawberry notes, along with a touch of black fruit. Half the wine matures in new French Oak bringing toasty notes of cedar and spice. From a single vineyard plot in this cool region of Chile, this is just fab.
Sileni Merlot, Hawkes Bay, NZ - Hawkes Bay benefits from the same climate and gravelly soils as the Medoc, making a perfect home for this Boredelaise grape. Smooth and plummy, with warm baking spice notes and soft tannins. A brilliant all-rounder.