Posted on 20th September 2018 by JN Wine
Not unlike a good Prosecco in its charming upfront fruit and floral aromas and flavours. Crisp, dry and always elegant. Buy it, chill it and drink it! Serve with some salty snacks for a fab Friday evening.
Located South of Lisbon, in the Alcácer do Sal district, Torrão parish, the estate overlooks the tiny village of São Romão. 100% Sangiovese, only the first quality raw material is used to obtain a wine of excellence and purity. Very fresh, vibrant and elegant. Drink over the next 18 months. A perfect aperitif!
Family owned winery with a restauranteur background. A fun wine to enjoy as an appetizer, if you’ve been to San Sebastian, you will know that every bar and restaurant will serve you this to drink! It combines very well with fish, Iberian-pork-based appetisers and rice dishes.
A blend of Syrah, Grenache, Carignan & Mouvedre, all organically grown grapes. Traditional vinification without added sulphur. A full-bodied wine, with an expansive mouthfeel, integrated tannins and a long, silky finish. Perfect with your favourite comfort foods; everything from cheddar and crackers to roast beef or bangers and mash!
The Rochettes come from a family of winegrowers stretching back several generations. A wine for all occasions – soft fruity and eminently drinkable. Character abound food friendly and very moreish. 2015 was a stand-out vintage in Beaujolais. This wine is drinking wonderfully now, but can easily be enjoyed over the next 2 years as well. Perfect with a nice pate or some classic French-bistro fare.