Video One: Langmeil Hangin’ Snakes Shiraz-Viognier 2007
Don’t be scared, there were no snakes used in the making of this video. Hangin’ Snakes is another stunner from Langmeil, the winery who claimed the coveted 5 star accolade from wine critic James Halliday for the fifth year running. An old world style Shiraz-Viognier blend, which was awarded a Decanter Silver Medal last year.
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Video Two: Santa Alicia Gran Reserva Carmenere 2006
Twelve months in French oak and a further twelve months in bottle before release, there is considerable investment which has gone into this full-bodied Chilean classic. 20% off for the month of March.
Video Three: Pouilly Fume Jean Paul Mollet 2008
Premium Loire Sauvignon Blanc from a family-owned estate and winery. Loire Sauvignon’s are generally a little more restrained and drier than New Zealand Sauvignon. Jean Paul Mollet’s is the perfect example.
Video Four: Heartland Viognier Pinot Gris 2007
“Clear-cut Viognier varietal character in a peach/apricot spectrum is cut slightly by fresh Pinot Gris; an odd couple who nonetheless get on quite well.” (James Halliday – 89 points) Wine Spectator – 91 Points.
Video Five: Sirius Bordeaux 2005
The 2005 vintage was exceptional. Sirius combines elegance, finesse and character, with great concentration and remarkable richness. A modern-style Bordeaux keeping a balance synonymous with the traditionals.