This delightful, juicy red blend of 70% Montepulciano and 30% Sangiovese is a perfect balance of bright acidity and ripe fruits. Aged entirely in stainless steel for a pure representation of these classic Italian varietals. The grapes are sourced from estate vineyards at 250m of elevation that surround the villages of Barbara and Serra de Conti, about 20 km from the coast. The winery was founded in 1984 by local legend and winemaker Stefano Antonucci, who is a strong advocate for terroir and organic farming.
D’Arenberg is one of the largest and most significant wineries in Australia. The Stump Jump name pays homage to the South Australian Stump Jump Plough that was used to clear land since it was capable of riding over stumps and gnarled roots. The label design is inspired by an optometrist's eye chart and serves as a makeshift sobriety test. Basically, if you can hold the bottle at arm's length and still read the front label, you can enjoy another glass!
Bordeaux is one of the world’s iconic wines. In terms of refinement, complexity and longevity, Bordeaux remains not just a great example, but a benchmark in the world of wine. Despite the spiraling prices and lack of availability from the very few top Chateaux, Bordeaux is a region that primarily represents moderately priced wines. A great example of one of these wines is Chateau Tour Chapoux, produced by Cheval Quancard, one of the leading family firms in the Bordeaux wine trade.
After 34 years at the acclaimed Laurel Glen Vineyard in Sonoma Mountain, Patrick Campbell sold the business to focus on a new project consisting of Central California and South American wines. Reds, an old vine blend of Carignan, Zinfandel, and Petite Sirah, has been appropriately given the catch phrase “A Wine for the People”. Sourced from old vines in Lodi, this is an outstanding wine with depth and character, a perfect everyday drinker that is sure to be enjoyed by all.
Located in the heart of the Rhône Valley, Château Montfaucon produces beautifully structured wines with elegance and finesse. The winery is located in an 11th century castle that began producing wine in 1520. After many years selling grapes to a cooperative, Rodolphe de Pins took on the task of rebuilding the winery. His experiences at Henschke and Vieux Telegraphe inspired a transition at the estate using techniques that involve concrete tanks for fermentation with co-fermentation of each varietal.