Argentina: Zuccardi Serie A Malbec
An excellent expression of Argentina’s big grape. Lots of vibrant fruit and silky smooth tannins make this the ideal partner for a fat, juicy steak.
Australia: Willunga Shiraz Viognier
Fresh and vibrant, this wine captures the ripeness of fruit that you expect from good Aussie wine yet manages to remain elegant and attractive. The big splash of Viognier adds an aromatic lift.
Italy: Alpha Zeta Valpolicella Ripasso
Partially dried Corvina grapes are blended with Rondinella and Mollinara grapes to create the Ripasso style. Rich and full with a hint of sweetness and characters of dark chocolate in the mid palate.
France: Domaine Brial Côtes du Roussillon Villages
A Classic blend of Syrah, Grenache, Carignan and Mourvedre. Full-bodied and spicy whilst the ample fruit reveals delicious herby flavours from the garigue that surrounds the vines.
Chile: Nostros Gran Reserva Merlot
The result of careful selection of the best grapes followed by ageing in oak barrels, this Merlot is a rich, ripe, fleshy example of its type. Packed full of succulent cassis with hints of mint and chocolate.
Spain: Vina Elena Pacheco Organic
Hailing from Jumilla, this has an aromatic nose with notes of dark cherry. Full-bodied on the palate with more cherry and soft dark fruits. Good balance of acidity and tannins. Long and warming.