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Dark bright ruby in colour. A silky nose is marked by prominent fruit aromas of plum, dark cherry and raspberry which float above and around more subtle glimpses of vanilla bean and clove spice.
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The winery describes 'Botanica's' unique, exotic character, "Botanica is always sappy and sanguine with a taste of wild rose, sour cherries, and blood orange. It is tempting to define it solely by its compelling texture and lush personality but there is a structural element that is equally striking. This balance between extraordinarily concentrated fruit and intense levels of extract is the essence of this wine".
REGION :Willamette Valley, USA
GRAPE : Pinot Noir
Camenere - the near-extint variety and icon of Chilean wine is flawlessly expressed here in the Montes, Alpha Carmenère. The wine is full-bodied, with silk-smooth tannins and characteristic Camenere fruitiness and spice. 2016 is a great vintage, allowing the prized the wine is the Colchagua terroir to perform at its best. This archetypical Camenere is Chile wines at its best, one of the best in this price range. A must try.
REGION :Colchagua Valley, Chile
GRAPE : Carmenere
Red and black currants, violets, lilacs and spice box plus chocolate-covered coffee beans, menthol, tilled soil and cardamom. The palate is full-bodied, concentrated and built like a brick house, with loads of floral sparks and a very long, mineral-laced finish.
REGION :Napa Valley, USA
GRAPE : Cabernet Sauvignon
The Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2016 from Robert Mondavi is lovely, intensely aromatic and hugely drinkable wine. It delivers powerful dark fruits and vanilla, balanced with spices, cardamom, and licorice flavors on the nose. The finish is long, mouth-watering, and oaky. It can be drunk now or aged for another 2-5 years.
Ben and Alma Schild first moved to the Barossa Valley from Lameroo in the Murray Mallee in 1952. The first vineyard that the family purchased is located up the top of Steingarten Road, near Rowland Flat, where the original homestead is still situated. The wines are typical of the Barossa Valley - warm, generous and rich.