Compare Varietals from both the Old World and New Words. Compare a blend from the Douro in Portugal to Shiraz from Australia or Pinot Noir from New Zealand to Tempranillo from Rioja Spain. Discover the differences and similarities. Enjoy!
2018 Quintela Colheita Tinto, Douro, Portugal (3 bottles)Young and beautiful ruby red color. On the nose there are floral notes and hints of red fruit jams and oak. Full-bodied and complex in the mouth with ripe fruit and soft tannins.
2016 Eridano Crianza, Rioja, Spain (3 bottles)
A notable representative of a classic Rioja. On the nose there is a hint of vanilla with presence of American and French oak well combined with nuances of ripe fruit. In the mouth, it is smooth with notes of ripe fruit, a long aftertaste, complex and with an elegant finish.
2015 Omrah Shiraz, Great Southern, Australia (3 bottles)
Intense blackcurrant and cranberry fruit aromatics on the nose with anise, black pepper, cocoa. Juicy fresh acidity and gentle tannin profile makes this wine an easy drinking delight.
2017 Longbend Pinot Noir, Marlborough, New Zealand (3 bottles)
A lovely vibrant coloured wine with aromas of dark fruits. The palate has bright cranberry, raspberry and strawberry flavors with a smoky oak and earthy finish.