David Franz Benjamin’s Promise 2003
Barossa Valley – Australia
Grape type: Shiraz

Milk chocolate and plums with a hint of white pepper on the nose while great ripeness around rich black strap licorice. The fine, elegant tannins eventually run into a long lingering finish.


Heitz Cellar 2012
Napa Valley – USA
Grape type: Chardonnay

A refreshing wine that gives you a hints of zesty citrus fruit and sun-ripened peach lead into complimented by just a touch of French oak.


Shafer 2011
Napa Valley – USA
Grape type: Merlot

In the nose, mouth and you get so many scents and flavors – red and black cherry, red and black plum, smoke, white pepper, sage, oregano and wet earth.


Archangel 2010
Central Otago – New Zealand
Grape type: Pinot Noir

A beautiful aromas of red and dark fruit, notes of violets, spice and cedar oak, this delicious wine leads to concentrated dark plum.


Smallfry Eden 2006
Eden Valley – Australia
Grape type: Riesling

Limes, lemon blossom, toast and fair bit of spice with a little chalkiness and a load of minerality tending towards a flinty/steely lemony finish along with hints of dried herbs.


Churton 2012
Marlborough – New Zealand
Grape type: Petit Manseng

Spiced ripe apples and quince with a background of lanolin and sherbet. On the palate, medium sweet, complex and layered with fine direction towards the very tight, crisp and mineral like acidity on the finish.