Wines


REDS

 1) CABERNET SAUVIGNON



 Oak and tannins, pepper and spice combine to enhance trademark blackcurrant and cherry flavours. Rich fruit and complex structure dazzle from first aroma to long, refined finish.

2) PINOT NOIR
    
 A rich, silky wine that blends notes of truffle, toast and herbs with black cherry and raspberry flavors and a hint of black spice. Earthy, well-balanced, and very food-friendly.

3) SHIRAZ
 Aromas of robust blackberry, peppercorns and smoked meat. Full-bodied yet smooth with big, dark, peppery fruit and plush texture on the palate.

4) MERLOT

 Light warm oak accentuates a spicy aroma with a soft, supple and fruity palate of plums and red berries. Rich, round flavor provides an elegant lingering finish.

5) MALBEC

 Definitely a wine for red meat, it is adaptable enough to stand up to spicy cuisines, such as Mexican, Cajun, Indian, Thai or Italian, working especially well with barbecue and other hard to pair meat-based dishes.

6) SANGIOVESE

 The pride of Italy's Tuscany region, this blend is famous for its full, dry character and elegant flavors of cherries and blackberries. Sturdy and robust, with tangy undertones and a slight spiciness. Ageing uncovers its complex depth of flavor.

7) NEBBIOLO (BOROLO)

 Large and robust, this style is the one that lovers of big wines are looking for. Made famous in Italy's Piedmont region, highly regarded for its finest wines, this Barolo is rich in flavor and deep in color, with a rounded oak aroma that lingers on the finish. Not surprisingly, Barolo is a consistently popular offering year in and year out.



WHITES

1) Chardonnay

 Fruit shines through with citrus scents and tropical flavors in this fresh, well-balanced wine while its rich, round mouthfeel lingers to a long, crisp finish.

2) Sauvignon Blanc

 Crisp and flavorful, this popular grape varietal has distinctive and immediately recognizable aroma and flavor characteristics. The famous grassy, herbaceous bouquet and flinty aftertaste are here, with the generous acidity that is typical of the grape. Steely, grassy, and defiantly dry, nothing can complement a meal better than Sauvignon Blanc, a unique wine that offers a definitive counterpoint to the ubiquitous Chardonnay.

3) RIESLING

 Germany‚Äôs most popular varietal, this wine is refreshing and well-balanced with a smooth full-body and a crisp finish. A great match with seafood and chicken entrees.

4) PINOT GRIGIO

 The uniquely Italian version of the well known Pinot Gris grape, picked earlier in Italy than in all other regions and well before its characteristic loss of acidity at ripening, for a bright, crisp, dry white wine with a gentle perfume and a detectable spiciness. Fresh, fragrant and lively, its flavors include a certain flintiness with hints of citrus and almonds.

5) GEWURZTRAMINER

 A fusion of rich texture, robust aroma and exotic lychee flavour. Refreshing, with an intense and memorable finish.


ROSE

1) WHITE MERLOT

 Take Merlot. Make it a blush. Voila, a Merlot like you've never experienced! Fresh strawberries abound in the aromas and flavors of this medium-pink rose style wine, capped by a crisp finish that's slightly drier than a typical blush. Bright fruit and generous acidity make it a brilliant food pairing wine. Try it with salads, appetizers, fruits, even BBQs and spicy cuisine.

2) WHITE ZINFANDEL

 This blush favorite displays the trademark pink hues and a soft, refreshing taste that make it particularly enjoyable as a chilled delight on a summer afternoon. Must be tried to be believed.