Save $21 with this great 3 bottle pack of red wines that really do need to be served with a bit of chill.
Corcelles Beaujolais 2017, This is all-round an excellent quality Beaujolais in anyone’s book but marry that with its price-point & HELLO! Red fruits, vibrant carbonic notes with sweet beets, cherry spice, plums, raspberries & the freshest tannin grip wrapped up in this harmonious light-bodied red. Again this proves to us just how versatile & appropriate Beaujolais for the Australian climate & it can be matched with just about any food you wish…trust us!”
Rouleur Grenache 2016 – 95 Points, James Halliday, “52yo bushvines, gently crushed and destemmed with 20% whole bunches on top, 3 days cold soak, open-fermented with cultured yeast, two ferments, one with 7 days post-ferment maceration, the other conventional 10 days, matured in used hogsheads for 11 months. Grenache a la McLaren Vale, with its unique expression, particularly if the Langhorne Creek is kept at or below 14.5%. The vinification was complex, but totally successful, with red and purple fruits supported by gently savoury tannins. Fills the mouth, but doesn’t cloy.”
Cosa Nostra Nero d’Avola 2016 – “This 100% Heathcote Nero d’Avola is made using only 10% whole bunches but it shows through beautifully. There’s no oak apparent despite spending more than 12 months in 2. 3 & 4 year old French oak barrels; rather, it’s the fruit shines through from start to finish. Dark plums, herbal tones, raspberry vibes, earthy, sweet stewed plums…a terrific wine from the Santolin’s need to express their need to experiment with different varietals. Serve slightly chilled.”