Coming March 2022. A classic Australian blend with a twist. Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz are married with Montepulciano to create a complex and full-bodied wine. Dark fruits of blackberry and currant follow with notes of plum and preserved cherry. Firm but velvety tannins are met with a rich mouthfeel, with hints of black pepper, sweet red fruits, and baking spice. A playful blend bringing three classic varietals together, creating a wine with alluring texture and bold style. 30 Labels included.
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The VineCo™ Global Passport Series takes us on a new adventure to the most prominent well-respected wine regions – from highly t outed up-and-coming regions to age old vineyards with long histories. A range of classic varietals to charismatic blends, this limited release wines are available for a short time by reservation only.
The benchmark wine of France’s Bordeaux region and California, Cabernet contends as the greatest red wine of the world and is grown in almost every winemaking region on the planet. Cabernet typically features notes of black fruits, firm tannins and is often oaked. Each growing region typically has its own ‘interpretation’ of this impressive wine.
The second most popular red grape planted in Italy- Montpulciano is as medium-full bodied wine often known for red fruit, cherry and plum and herbal notes with rich flavours and decent tannins. And of course pairs with Italian foods!
Due to the popularity of Australian wines this grape is now probably better known to most wine drinkers as Shiraz, however in France (its original home) and most growing regions of the world it is still known as Syrah. While largely a blending grape in the Rhone region wines of France, most other growing regions feature Shiraz on its own. Look for nice berry flavours with a lively spiciness- very enjoyable.
Murray Darling is named for two of Australia’s longest rivers, which run through the vast region and provide vital irrigation. Part of the Riverland Region it is hot and dry, with long sunny days balanced by cool nights. The loamy and sandy soils are unique to the Murray River system and nourish strong vines. Together the heat, rivers and soils produce grapes which create soft and flavourful wines.
Dry wines like Cabernet and Pinot Grigio have no perceptible amount of sweetness to the drinker and will often be detected as having a drying character in the mouth.
The big wines that can stand on their own. Often premium wines with higher tannins, alcohol levels and oaking levels as they all factor in a bigger tasting wine.
Big reds like Cabernet and ultra premium wines will have higher levels of oak as it adds to the complexity and finish that wine drinkers expect.