- There’s no doubt that Paolo is a bit of a genius when it comes to working with bubbles, and this lightly sparkling delight is proof if ever you needed it.
- It's Frizzante, which means rather than a full on bubble blow out we're talking lightly sparkling, in other words a nice soft tingle on the tongue, with all the delicious flavours of a juicy punnet of strawberries.
- Paolo's packed this Frizzante into a screwcap, 'There's no faffing about with corks, these bubbles come in a screw cap bottle, preserving those light bubbles perfectly'. This is the perfect aperitif. Hell, it's perfect anytime, anywhere, anyplace.
Chile is Pinot Noir Paradise - hot days and cold nights, an ultra long growing season, a thick blanket of fog (nature’s air conditioning), and just the right amount of water.
Deep ruby red, this wine is packed full of strawberries, raspberries and delicate violet aromas. Enough to get anyone's mouth watering.
Connie recommends a delicious fish dish, baked with cheese ‘a la parmesana’ as the ultimate match for her Pinot. Sounds dreamy!
- After the roaring success of their first Pinot Noir, we challenged Bill & Claudia to make us an extra-special reserve batch. We reckon this is their best yet.
- Named after their baby daughter Penelope, this reserve used the best fruit and had a little extra Small & Small love added.
- If you're looking for amazing quality Pinot, then look no further. And because it was made possible by our Naked Angels - it's a complete steal!
Gerd used a bit of winemaking wizardry to make this beauty. After picking and crushing the Pinot Noir grapes, he bled off 10% of the juice, then fermented it separately at cold temperatures to make this Rosé. It’s called the “saignee” method, and it delivers a much bigger, bolder Rosé than the norm.
To ramp up the flavour and make it as vibrant, fruity and fresh as they come, Gerd left the juice in the tanks for an extra 4 months after fermentation. It was only filtered once prior to bottling.
The result is a mouthful of moreish strawberry and raspberry flavours. It’s dry, crisp and refreshing, with more alcoholic oomph than your average Rosé.
- The Gille family have been making wine in Burgundy for generations (since 1570 would you believe it) and see winemaking as a way of life. You’ll find tradition in every drop of the wines they make.
- From the ultra classy appellation of Nuits Saint George you can expect nothing but traditional quality from this wine. In fact the grapes used in this wine are very, very rare indeed, coming from a particularly niche vineyard within the appellation known for its old vines and low yield.
- That means great things when it comes to the firm structure of this wine as well as the rustic, earthiness of its warming fruit flavours. If you’re a real Burgundy nut, you won’t want to miss an opportunity to get your hands on this bottle in all it’s deep, sophisticated glory.
- Hot off the blocks from one of the most noteworthy wine making villages in the prestigious Cote de Nuits region of Burgundy, this traditional Marsanny is simply rather charming.
- Made with oodles of TLC, boutique making technique and years of winemaking knowledge to boot (this winemaking family have been going strong for 5 long generations), you can drink easy in the knowledge that this is some of the best stuff Burgundy has to offer.
- This is a classic Marsanny - fruit forward with a defined focus on juicy red fruit flavours. Think bright cherries, a smoother than smooth mouthfeel and just the slightest hint of warming oak. There’s no doubt that this classy number will put a big old smile on your face.
- Olly Masters has built a rep as one of New Zealand’s finest winemakers and wine judges. He's made jaw-dropping wines for the world-famous Ata Rangi and Misha's Vineyard.
- Olly’s secret for turning the world’s trickiest grape into liquid gold. He’s a genius. He’s got more degrees than a thermometer, and has spent 30 years making world-class kit in Hawke’s Bay, Burgundy, and Martinborough.
- This is as classy a drop of Pinot as you’ll get your gums round all year. Pure elegance in a glass. With juicy berries and damson plums, dark chocolate, liquorice and spice, and a long lingering finish.
- The Gille family have been making wine in Burgundy for generations (since 1570 would you believe it) and see winemaking as a way of life. You’ll find tradition in every drop of the wine they make.
- Pommard is an appellation known for producing the most powerful and intense wines in the Cotes du Beaune (the area that hosts some of the biggest names when it comes to Burgundy wine). So when there was an unusually hot vintage in 2018, it meant the already supercharged flavours the Gille family were expecting from their Pommard vineyard were sent into outer space.
- As a result you can expect serious flavour from this bottle - we’re talking rustic baked character combined with bright, juicy cherry flavours. It’s fruit forward and packs some serious complexity and punch.
Mathias and Emile Roblin wanted to show Angels that Sancerre was more than just a high-end Sauvignon Blanc region. It could also produce world-class rosé wine. Thus, their Origine was born.
Using lush Pinot Noir grown in 3 separate plots across picturesque Sury-en-Vaux, in the valley of the River Belaine. The brothers have created a crisp, clean, refreshing wine with delicate floral aromas and flavour packed with ripe red fruits.
It’s classy, complex and oh-so-moreish, a perfect pairing for sticky sushi rolls or spicy Asian food. The Roblins want you to enjoy this with their thanks for supporting their wines. Taste their luxurious Sancerre rosé and discover the incredible variety this region has to offer.