Domaine Georges Vernay Condrieu 2011
Rhône Valley – France
Grape type: Viognier

8 months of ageing in 20hl oak vats and the peerless quality of the wine, with honeysuckle, citrus zest and hints of peach.


Domaine Bernard & Nicolas Garayt St Joseph 2011
Rhone – France
Grape type: Syrah

Nose with cherry and raspberry aromas, crushed dry herbs, spice and pepper. The palate is medium and subtle, red berried fruits, notes of kirsch and whole-bunch derived forest floor.


Château des Tours Côte du Rhône Blanc 2009
Rhone – France
Grape type: Grenache Blanc

Citrus oil, mango and nectarine flavors in an exotic, ripe, full-bodied style. This naked, natural effort contains little sulphur. It is aged completely in tank with a long finish.


Château de Saint Cosme 2010
Rhone – France
Grape type: Grenache/Syrah

Smoky barbecue notes intermixed with Asian soy, black cherries, black currants, and a forest floor character. Smoky and full-bodied, with a multi-dimensional mouthfeel.


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.