From the Hunter family winery founded by Belfast man Ernie Hunter. Fabulous ripe bouquet showing peach, passion fruit and green peppers. Succulent and powerfully flavoured on the palate with bright acidity and a long finish. Belfast restaurant wine list favourite.
Classic Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc from the famous Lawson’s Dry Hills Winery. Aromas of citrus and limes with elderflower and grapefruit notes. The palate is concentrated with lemon zest, stone fruit and floral flavours. Crisp, clean and dry....a steal!
Award winning wine from master winemaker Thierry Delauney. Classic ‘Old World’ Sancerre meets ‘New World’ Kiwi. Fruit driven style, gorgeous. Complex aromas of exotic fruits, peach and grapefruit. A must try wine from the Touraine region of the Loire Valley.
Limey, citrussy dry white with sherbet hints. Great ripe fruit character with a zesty finish. Dry Riesling with beautiful white peach flavour, hints of minerality to add some extra complexity. Wonderful with spicy food.
Enticing aromas of wild strawberries and watermelon with a delicate floral lift. The creamy palate is carefully balanced by crisp acidity creating a juicy, flavourful palate of red fruit with a lingering finish that is deliciously moreish.
Master winemaker Thierry Delaunay has produced this elegant styled Chardonnay. It has peach, lemon and mineral notes with superb balance and concentration. I love Chardonnay and this is an un-oaked gem.
Approachable aromas of rich berry fruit and a little spice, draw you in to take a sip. These aromas develop on the palate into a generous helping of black and red cherry fruit, mixed spice and a smooth, exceptional finish.
The label features the Sam Neill’s Grandfather, Sydney Neill. The Picnic Pinot Noir is one of the wineries favourite wines, as it is a wine to be enjoyed every day. All of the grapes are sourced from the Two Paddocks own vineyards, and offer a wine that is the true character of a Central Otago Pinot.
A taste of luxury from Kevin Judd, former winemaker at Cloudy Bay. Greywacke, pronounced ‘Grey – Wacky’, is packed full of intense grapefruit and lemon with hints of papaya, peach and melon. It has a fresh juicy acidity and a flinty finish.
“There’s none of the slight sourness and grassiness of certain Marlboroughs, I don’t like aggressive Sauvignon that grabs you by the nose, I’m leaning towards ripe, even tropical-fruit qualities” Kevin Judd