Assorted new arrivals.
Yeasty, creamy nose.
Mature with rich cream and oak flavours and a touch of green, appley acidity on the finish.
Excellent now but should develop well with a couple of years.
Made from just 2 barrels of unfiltered, unfined d'Oc Chardonnay.
Pale and bright with a forward, prickly nose.
Full bodied with rich sweet/sour fruit - citrus, oak and nut flavours and a long, vanilla finish.
A late harvested Sancerre - the grower apparently discards up to a third of his crop in any given vintage because he dislikes the flavours of botrytis!
Rich and aromatic with aromas and flavours of lychees and bananas.
Medium sweet, light and elegant with a touch of oak, and a finish of caramel and nuts.
Very well balanced - ideal with pate.
Pale in colour with a fairly dumb nose - a hint of strawberries.
Much more open on the palate with flavours of tobacco, coffee and new oak. Not heavy but plenty of complexity and a long finish.
Should be very good in a year or two.
Intense, brooding nose with pungent, barnyard notes.
Rich and warm on the palate, with good weight, excellent balance and a concentrated finish.
Plenty of acidity and firm tannins make this wine a good match for roasted meats or rich stews.
Opaque, fading to blood-red.
Massive nose with green, vegetal aromas.
Full bodied and rich, with flavours of sweet, red capsicums and peppercorns. Rich dry tannins and a long finish.
Very enjoyable now but should develop for another 5 years.
Deep, bright, orange/gold.
Very concentrated and full bodied, with aromas of oranges and marmalade, almost viscous but balanced by citrussy acids.
Very young, needs at least 5 years (probably 15) to show itself.
Elegant, restrained nose of apricots and pancotta.
Amazing concentration with well balanced acidity and flavours of caramel and oak.
Full bodied and fully sweet, this wine needs at least 15 to 30 years.