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A lovely bouquet of yellow peach, loquat and nectarine opens up to a musky floral and cinnamon spice nose. The palate is rich and rounded with a soft mealy character from the extended lees contact. The juicy nectarine characters give the palate a real fleshiness.
Tropical nose of guava, pineapple and pomelo. Citrus note of lemon peel that complements the typical minerality and length of the palate. The wine is crisp and fresh with a restrained elegance.
Vibrant Sauternes with intense spice, honey, and dried orange peel aromas.Full-bodied, very sweet and very alive.
Bright yellowish green, hints of strawflowers and hay, very typical varietal character on the nose; dense with notes of caramel; dainty wooden nuances reveal traces of spice, clove cinnamon. This extraordinarily intense offering boasts with such an enormously sweet mellowness. Gorgeously focused and clean.
Strawflowers and hay, very typical varietal character on the nose; dense with notes of caramel; dainty wooden nuances reveal traces of spice, clove cinnamon. This extraordinarily intense offering boasts with such an enormously sweet mellowness. Gorgeously focused and clean.
Signature white wine of Talley Vineyard, offers aromas of cantaloupe, yellow apple skin, and a hint of toasted bread crumbs. Juicy and bright on the palate, with notes of peach nectar, stone fruit pith, wet river rock, and lemon curd lead to a refreshing and slightly toasty finish.
Intense flavours and aromas of this slightly citrus, sweet and fresh fruit that is an absolute amazing taste drunk by itself or as a mixer.
Darker and more savoury with oaky flavours and a hint of caramel, this vodka has the complete smoothness, infused with a subtle honey flavour.
One of purest expressions of Vodka, 42 Below captures the essence of New Zealand wilderness. Delicate flavours and rich mouth feel come from the highest quality ingredients.
Intense purple red with dried fruit bouquet. It is slightly sweet with good balance between tannin, sugar and acidity; long finishing.
Try this classic single malt scotch whiskey, which is aged for 12 years in the Highlands. It is creamy, with a hint of smoke on the nose, and leaves sweet gentle notes of malt and peat on the palate.
This Scotch whisky not only clinched the gold medal, but was also named Best in Class at the International Wine and Spirits Competition 2010. Each mouthful is malty and syrupy, with plenty of sherry influence.