Inspired by the vineyard ecosystems and the animals that roam freely amongst them. Each label depicts a different “chief”animal, representative of the organic practices followed.
The Bio Bio has a moderate humid Mediterranean climate with warm days and cool nights prolonging the growing season. Average rainfall is among highest of all Chilean wine valleys The Bio Bio’s higher rainfall, strong winds and broader extremes make for more challenging conditions than those of Chile’s more northerly regions. Vine growing here requires more patience, skill and nerve than in other valleys. The Pinot grows on a red clay soil here. The pressing is at low temperature to extract colour and aromas but no harsh tannins. The fermentation is relatively cool with gentle pumpovers. After fermentation is finished, 10% of the blend is aged for 6 months in French oak to give more complexity to the wine.
Light ruby red in colour with aromas of fresh strawberries accompanied by subtle notes of spices and a touch of minerality. The medium bodied palate is elegant, delicate and fresh with juicy sour cherry flavours balanced with ripe tannins and a long finish.
Ideal with fish and shellfish cooked with creamy sauces or butter. Also it pairs well with white meats such as chicken or turkey and as aperitif served with ham, such as Serrano or Prosciutto. It is an excellent accompaniment to sushi.
Aged for 12 months and at least 8 months bottle ageing.
French and American second use oak.
It is an opaque violet wine, almost black colour with big intensity
and bright notes. In the nose it has intense rich aromas with
blackberry fruit, blackcurrant, chocolate and coffee notes. In the
mouth it shows ripe plums, notes of marmalade and chocolate,
moderate sweetness, follow through to a full-bodied palate, with
silky tannins and a long finish. Very concentrated aromas with
finesse and texture thanks to the good balance of natural sugar
This lovely stuff will go with an array of desserts from chocolate, Christmas pudding and even a cheese board.
This Prosecco is made from carefully selected organic Glera grapes and thanks to the use of vegetable proteins is also suitable for Vegans
The Prosecco offers fine persistent bubbles with a classic Prosecco DOC aromatic nose. The wine is very soft on the palate, offering refreshing acidity with lots fruity flavours such as apple, apricot and some banana.
If you’re a Riesling drinker you will love this release from the famed Polish Hill River sub-region of the Clare Valley.
It’s pure lime and slate and it’s both up-front and reserved at once. It’s intense through the finish yet it feels watery and refreshing and cool minerality through the centre. It’s beautiful drinking but will cellar, too.