Coming March 2022. Lemon peel, melon, and green apple on the nose with a light chamomile undertone. The palate offers orchard fruit flavours of yellow apple and white peach fused with melon, citrus, and fresh minerality. This inviting blend showcases the high natural acidity of both Trebbiano and Riesling; it is fun, fresh, and fruity with a touch of sweetness and a lot of pizzazz. 30 Labels included.
The Winexpert LE™ collection features Limited Edition wines of remarkable quality and distinction. Explore the world’s most distinguished wine growing regions with this exceptional series that celebrates the very best – from classic varietals to exceptional blends. Available by reservation only, this annual showcase features hidden gems in limited quantities. Our most sought-after and popular wines, it’s a one-of-a-kind global adventure you don’t want to miss. Each of the LE wines will be in our top 10 Best Sellers list for the year!
One of the true great white grapes, Riesling offers great expression of itself and of the environment it grows in. The fruit is highly aromatic, floral and high in flavour with great acidity. Riesling wines will range from sweet to bone-dry. No wine cellar is complete without a good Riesling.
Originating in Italy- Trebbiano vines produce full bunches of large late ripening berries. The wines are have good acidity and are fresh and fruity. Trebbiano does not need aging as it drinks very well when young!
Puglia is located in the south, the heel of Italy’s boot. The dry heat, balanced by cooling breezes from the surrounding seas, along with the region’s fertile soils create the perfect conditions for growing mature and fruity grapes. The region also produces half of Italy’s olive oil because of the warm and dry climate.
In the north of Italy the long summers of picturesque Veneto bring the grapes grown there to full ripeness and the cool nights help whites retain freshness and its natural high acidity while reds are well balance with great flavours.
Off-Dry wines like Gewurztraminer have minimal sweetness which is not perceived by the average wine drinker- while providing an easy drinking characteristic that people enjoy.
Great for food, medium bodied wines typically have alcohol levels below 14% and less oak.
No oak is present as is the case for most whites, rosés and light, fruity reds.