‘Best red wine on the Saturday Kitchen in 10 years’ James Martin BBC Saturday Kitchen Show. Wine of the Week - Decanter Magazine. ‘Brimming with spicy, dark forest fruits.’ From the vineyards in the mountains north of Lisbon, creamy
vanilla notes, soft dark cherries, raspberries and enough tannin to hold this fruit bomb together! WineWorks best selling wine ever!
A blend of Shiraz, Grenache + Cabernet Sauvignon. Aged in American oak.
The 19 Crimes Wines are named after the list of offences that saw British convicts transported to Australia. The brand have created a mobile phone app which brings these stories to life - when a phone's camera is pointed at a bottle in the app, the character on the label becomes animated and begins to tell their story.
Aromas of vanilla, oak and hints of spice. Concentrated dark fruit flavours, dark chocolate and a lovely long finish.
From the vineyards of Luyan de Cuyo 960 metres above sea level. A delicious, smooth, medium-bodied Malbec, with ripe red and black fruit, and a touch of mellow spice. On the palate it has lovely balanced tannins and depth of flavour after 3 months in French oak. One of our favourites!
From Victoria ‘19 Crimes Red Blend’ is a Rhone mix of Shiraz, Grenache and Mataro. Notes of vanilla, chocolate, plum and cherries with a hint of oak. It is made in an easy drinking style of medium dry, and if you’re just starting to try red wines ...this is one to go to. Good label and good story! ‘Each declared by his majesty to be punishable on Conviction by Transportation. A liquid ode to our past, 19 Crimes is inspired by those who, beginning in 1788, were transported to Australia for a life of hard labour. Many did not survive...
Torres Atrium Merlot has the rich sensual aromas typical of the grape variety. Red and black berries (cherries and blackcurrants), green coffee beans, liquorice and the characteristic vanilla and leather notes from ageing. On the palate the wine is full and silky with dense, well-structured tannins. Fabulous rich Spanish red.
‘A burst of intense rich coffee and chocolate aromas with ripe hints of mulberry, plum and maraschino cherries.’ This is modern Western Cape winemaking from Bertus Fourie who concentrates on drawing out the coffee-like aroma of South Africa’s signature grape. Totally different and delicious.....