This medium to full bodied, fruity wine is marked by supple tannins and a good finish. While excellent on its own, it also pairs very well with creamy pastas or Indian gravy dishes and hard cheese.
Charosa Selections Sauvignon Blanc 2014– Bright straw yellow. Lively intense flavors of tropical fruits with gooseberry and orange flavors on mid palate. The palate is broad, balanced and quite rich with tropical fruit and a grassy mineral freshness.
Charosa Selections Shiraz 2013– Ruby red, bright, fresh dark fruits on the nose with some vivid raspberry, strawberry, cherry, vanilla and toasty aroma notes. The mid palate expresses ripe red fruit and mature tannins. Great spicy finish with a hint of oak.
Grover Art Collection Cabernet Shiraz 2014– Intense notes of blackcurrant and blackberry with nuances of Mediterranean herbs and black pepper. The palate is concentrated showing ripe, elegant dark berry fruit with great intensity and weight, complemented by soft, fine grain tannins. Great structure with a powerful and persistent finish.
Grover Art Collection Rose 2014– Intense bouquet of berries and sherry with a fruity, light bodied, smooth palate. Pairs well with mildly spiced preparations of fish and poultry.
Myra Cabernet Sauvignon 2012– This medium to full bodied, fruity wine is marked by supple tannins and a good finish. While excellent on its own, it also pairs very well with creamy pastas or Indian gravy dishes and hard cheese.
Sula Chenin Blanc 2014– A semi-dry, refreshingly light wine bursting with pineapple and stone fruit. Food pairing makes for a delightful aperitif and ideal with food that has a hint of sugar and spice.
Zampa Soiree Brut 2012– The aromas reveal floral, fresh lemon with hints of toasted bread and white fruit such as pear. The palate is light and creamy, clean, lemon and crisp. It has fine beads and a persistent mousse with a dry finish in classic brut style.