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New New World wines…

As well as tinkering with our range of European wines, we spend a lot of time rooting around for alluring New World options too – particularly in the Southern Hemisphere.

Wines from down under just seem to be a bit more playful – a sort of dressed-down-but-equally-enjoyable version of their Old World cousins; juicier, riper and more approachable. Think of an Ozzie beach BBQ vs a British tea party and you’re on the right track.

In 2019 we popped two Kiwi Sauvignons and an Australian Shiraz on the range and they have been settling into our warehouse, over bars and onto dinner tables ever since. We thought that it was time to give you a formal introduction.

All of our wines (and beers, and gins, and softs) are available to order online. Just click here to get started.

So, without further ado – there they are, all the way from down under…

THE CLOUD FACTORY

SAUVIGNON BLANC

Marlborough, New Zealand

The Cloud Factory Sauvignon Blanc is such a distinctive wine, to put it simply, it smells like mango and tastes like lychee. Super perfumed with ripe tropical fruits and a little hint of nettle. It has an intense palate of lime, citrus and lychee and a rich minerality to the finish. The wine is sappy fresh, clean and delicious; a classic Marlborough Sauvignon. Try with goats cheese salad, white fish, seafood, grilled asparagus and avocado on rye.

 

SILVER CREEK SHIRAZ

SHIRAZ (SYRAH)

South Australia

It’s vegan, it’s from South Australia and it’s a great all-rounder. A super smooth everyday wine, more medium bodied than overbearing and heavy and with little bit of spice. It’s a juicy fruity red packed full of blackberries, ripe plums and a hint of mulberry. The palate is enhanced with a rich note of vanilla, dark chocolate and black pepper. Seductive and smooth, the perfect burger wine.

 

BABICH BLACK LABEL

SAUVIGNON BLANC

Marlborough, New Zealand

Developed specifically to compliment food, depth, weight and complexity are
derived from a small portion of the juice being fermented in old oak barriques. The result is a richer wine with aromas of blackcurrant and citrus with white flowers and a touch of smoke. In the mouth, initial flavours of mandarin, red apples and passion fruit make may for lime, lemon and herbal notes. A complex, weighty wine for foodies.

 

It’s enough to make you really thirsty isn’t it? Click here to order now!
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