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Sunrise Cabernet Sauvignon 2020 by Concha y Toro

From Sunrise ́s selected vineyards, our wines are born. Wines that are full of life, ripe with vibrant flavors. We harvest the unique energy of these beautiful places to light up your glass. Nose: Fresh and fruity. Notes of red fruit and soft toast. Taste: Refreshing soft, balanced and slighty sweet.

Beronia Tempranillo Barrel F. 2020

We selected the best quality bunches of grapes to make our Beronia Tempranillo Elaboración Especial with. 100% Tempranillo. Both alcoholic and the subsequent malolactic fermentation were completed in 225-litre American oak barrels, in which the wine was left to age for a further five months, with regular bâtonnage. Last of all, the wine was bottled in May 2020 and kept for at least 5 months prior to release. Beronia Tempranillo Elaboración Especial is a deep picota cherry colour. On the nose it displays prominent aromas of roasted coffee, toffee and hazelnut, with fresh fruit in the background. Notes of chocolate complement the palette of aromas. The character of the grape variety reveals itself rapidly on the palate, with red berries and liquorice most prominent. This is a fresh, full-bodied wine with well-integrated tannins. Beronia Tempranillo Elaboración Especial is a perfect match for smoked and salted foods and pâté as well as for red meat, roasts and ibérico cured meats.

Handpicked Regional Selection Pinot Noir 2020

Mornington Peninsula, Australia This wine was made using fruit from Bittern and Tuerong, on the northern lowlands where the soils are sandy loams and clay loams, and vineyards in Red Hill in the hilly centre of the peninsula where there are red volcanic soils. The first Mornington Peninsula wine in our Regional Selections range is a typical Mornington Peninsula Pinot Noir with bright cherry flavours and silky-smooth tannin. It has excellent depth of colour and flavour with a touch of spicy oak complexity. Food Pairing: Mushroom dishes, Poultry, Salami Pizza, Cheese and Charcuterie platter

Handpicked Regional Selection Rosé 2020

This wine is made with Pinot Noir grapes from our Highbow Hill Vineyard in Yarra Glen. The fruit was pressed gently and slowly, picking up just enough colour on the way. The wine had a short maturation in tank and older oak and is made to drink now while fresh and youthful.
Tasting Note
The colour is a clear light salmon. The nose has vibrant red fruit and spice aromas, and the palate has juicy fruit flavours and savoury notes. This wine is perfect for sipping on its own and will pair handsomely with a range of foods. A youthful wine made to drink while young and fresh.
Highbow Hill Vineyard is planted on rolling hills north of Yarra Glen township. The soils are sandy loam over clay and gravel over Yarra Valley mudstone. The Pinot Noir vines were planted in 1998. The Yarra Valley is a cool climate wine region on river plains and rolling hills at the foot of the Great Dividing Range east of Melbourne. Vines were first planted here in 1838, just a few years after Melbourne was founded. After a short and promising heyday, dry wines fell out of favour and other rural industries dominated until the late-1960s, when a resurgence in winegrowing laid the foundations for today’s vibrant industry.
Food Match
  • Pan fried rainbow trout with new potatoes, smoked salmon and cucumber sandwiches, sushi, vegetarian frittata, antipasto.
Wine Style
  • Crisp & Refreshing
  • Soft & Fruity
Recommended Serving Temperature 8-12°C

Veramonte Rose 2020

ROSÉ SYRAH | 2020 Casablanca Valley Organic Wine COMPOSITION 100% Syrah WINEMAKER’S NOTES The grapes are harvested in the early morning to keep them bright and fresh. The fruit goes in whole cluster into the press and is then racked off to stainless steel tanks for cold fermentation before it is bottled. 2020 VINTAGE An excellent harvest in the Casablanca Valley. The moderate temperatures during spring, without significant rains, allowed for good bud break and flowering. During summer there were no large diurnal temperatures, benefiting the ripening curve and helping maintain the freshness of the fruit in this zone. Harvest was pushed up by 10 days with respect to last year, and with lower yields that produced intense aromatics and flavors, producing fresh, intense wines with balanced acidity and a long finish. "Pale copper color with aromas of pomelo, cherries and dried herbs. Medium-bodied with fresh acidity and a dry, savory finish. From organically grown grapes. Drink now. Screw cap." - 90 points, James Suckling

Veramonte Sauvignon Blanc 2020

SAUVIGNON BLANC | 2020 Vibrant and aromatic, with citrus aromas of lime and tangerine, blended with subtle floral notes. Smooth and fresh, this Sauvignon Blanc has a great mouthfeel and a long finish. Grapes are harvested at night to maintain fresh and bright acidity. The fruit goes straight to the press, where the juice sits for 24 hours. Then it is racked and separated from its gross lees and fermented clean at a low temperature in stainless steel tanks, ensuring multilayers of aromas and flavours. Certification: V-Label.EU (Vegan Certified) "A medium-bodied white with aromas of green apple, papaya, lemon zest and wet stone. Fresh and clean with tangy acidity and a more mineral finish. From organically grown grapes. Drink now. Screw cap." - 90 points, James Suckling

Veramonte Chardonnay 2020

Fresh and expressive aromas of pear, quince, and lemon curd, interwoven with toasty oak notes. The vibrant purity of the fruit with beautiful texture and good depth lead to a long and memorable finish.
Food Pairing: Pork, Rich Fish (Salmon, Tuna etc...), Vegetarian, Poultry "Aromas of candied lime and grass lead to oaky and mild citrus flavors on the palate. This every-day white has light acidity and a short slightly bitter finish." - Wine Enthusiast "Chopped apple, papaya, smoke and orange curd on the nose. Medium-to full-bodied with a creamy texture and spicy, toasty character. Tangy, medium finish. From organically grown grapes with Ecocert certification. Vegan. Sustainable. Drink now. Screw cap." - 90 points, James Suckling

Tenuta Sant’Antonio Fontana Soave 2020

The aromas on this Soave are beautiful and the wine offers just the right density in the mouth to support all that preach and citrus intensity. This is a lovely Soave to pair will grill shrimp or fish tacos. From the municipality of Colognola ai Colli and Illasi (Verona).
  • Colour: straw yellow with greenish reflections
  • Nose: fresh floral hint of white wine flowers and elderberry, mild white ripe fruit like apple and pear
  • Palate: semi-dry and warm with sustained but well-balanced acidity, pleasant almond aftertaste.
  • Garganega 90%, Trebbiano di Soave 5%, Chardonnay 5%
"Starts out with some candied pineapple and apple on the nose, but then it broadens out on the medium-bodied palate into more peachy and ripe-pineapple character. There’s a lightly savory, almost wild garlic note that pervades the wine, which I find very attractive. But the end is all pure, persistent fruit. Keeps you interested from start to finish. Glass stopper. Drink now." - 91 points, James Suckling

Tenuta Sant’Antonio Valpolicella Nanfre 2020

A typical inhabitant of Veneto knows how to make himself known, like Gianfranco, who once owned that vineyard. Gianfranco, also known as Gianfrè, or Nanfrè to his friends.
  • Colour: Light ruby red.
  • Nose: Fruity with hints of cherry and red fruit, floral and spicy nuances.
  • Palate: Soft and fresh, fragrant, and savoury with moderate tannins.
  • Corvina 70%, Rondinella 30%
"Aromas of fresh red cherries and berries, as well as a lightly earthy, nutty note, which develops into a caramelly flavor on the palate that, together with the persistent fruit and lightly firm tannin, gives a very nice, creamy-fruit finish with good length. Delicious, young Valpo. Drink now. Glass stopper." - 91 points, James Suckling

Waipara West N Block Chardonnay 2020

2020 vintage was the earliest in our 30 years at Waipara West. We had a warm, dry September and cool October were followed by our hottest November on record, this set up very favourable conditions for f lowering. Summer started with dry, slightly warmer conditions than normal for both December and January, followed by a dry, much warmer than average February, this put much of the east coast of New Zealand, including North Canterbury into drought. March brought a break in the heat and some much needed rain that slowed the ripening of beautiful clean fruit, the first blocks were picked on the 16th of March. April, returned to dry weather, with above-average temperatures which was ideal for the bulk of our harvest. The grapes were hand harvested from the upper terrace from a combination of various clones. Clones are picked and vinified separately until blending for aging. Colour: A clear pale lemon core with a gold hue and flecks of green and silver. Aroma: The aroma of the wine is truly multi-layered. It shows fresh lime and lemon, white stone fruit and fragrant almond blossom mixed with malt biscuit and underlying mineral notes. Palate: Ripe peach and nectarine with key lime and yuzu drive the palate. A luscious full-bodied mouthfeel from aging on fine lees gives flavours of malty cheesecake crust combined with a crunchy mineral finish and hints of salted caramel Food Pairing: Pork, Rich fish (salmon, tuna, etc...), Vegetarian, Poultry pH: 3.45 Acidity: 5.3 Residual sugar: 0.54g/L

Rimapere Plot 101 2020

Baron Benjamin de Rothschild had the real desire to create his own Sauvignon Blanc. He purchased around 24 hectares of vineyard, ideally situated on the prestigious Rapaura Road, in the heart of the Marlborough region of New Zealand. This area’s cool climate is perfect for ripening high quality Sauvignon Blanc grapes and providing them with their typical lemon and grapefruit flavours, together with crisp acidity. “101”, is the name of the plot selected for this rare expression of Rimapere. The vineyard meaning “Five Arrows” in Maori and simultaneously honours the Rothschild’s family coat of arms (five arrows symbolising the five sons of dynasty founder Mayer Amschel Rothschild) and traditional New Zealand culture.
  • Winemaking : Gentle pneumatic pressing of the whole bunches, cold settling, fermentation in barrels and in temperature controlled stainless steel tanks up to 4 weeks (11 to 18 C).
  • Soil type : Rapaura Series, Stony Soil free draining, with a small Silty top layer
  • Varietals : 100% Sauvignon Blanc
  • Food and wine : This wine will accompany fresh fish, seafood, white meat in sauce, various fresh cheeses and citrus fruit desserts.
"Lime pith, green papaya, passion fruit, lemon grass, flint and hints of white pepper on the nose. Medium-bodied with tangy acidity and a fleshy palate. Excellent texture. Drink now. Screw cap." - 92 points, James Suckling

Le Volte dell’ Ornellaia 2020

Le Volte dell’Ornellaia combines a Mediterranean expression of generosity with structure and complexity, reflecting the philosophy of Ornellaia. Le Volte dell’Ornellaia is a fine wine for spontaneous wine lovers and needs no ceremony. 2019 gives us a Le Volte dell’Ornellaia with great balance and expressivity. With its bright ruby-red colour, intense scents of red berries and rose petals are clearly distinguishable on the nose, while on the palate the taste is full-bodied and enveloping, characterised by dense tannins and a vibrant acidity which make this a highly pleasant and enjoyable wine. "Attractive aromas of blue fruit with slate and black-licorice character. It’s full-bodied with juicy fruit and an orange-peel undertone. Wet earth, some fresh sage and rosemary, too. I like the Mediterranean flavors in this vintage. Drink or hold." - 93 points, James Suckling