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Te Mata Estate Vineyards Gamay Noir

Te Mata Gamay Noir has notes of red candy-apple and hints of ripe strawberry. The palate is saturated raspberry; juicy and sustained with silky, round tannins, accompanied by a fine dusting of liquorice and white pepper. Red-ripe fruit, crunchy acidity, and a fresh and intense style. Match with spicy cuisines.

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The Fleurie has an intense crimson colour and reveals a range of fruity and floral aromas: iris, violets, roses, red berries and wild peaches. The Fleurie is elegant and fine, and generally described as "feminine". We recommend to taste this wine at 13-14°C.

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Juicy, with red and black fruits, blood orange and herbaceous flavours with natural acidity and a smooth finish.

Te Mata Gamay Noir

A cherry bon-bon on the nose, Estate Vineyards Gamay Noir entices with fresh raspberry, juicy strawberry and sweet, red, toffee-apple. Cherry-red with a vibrant purple edge, gamays soft tannins give the palate moreish balance and weight. Flecks of aniseed and baking spices run through to the long finish. Delicious with depth, sippable with substance, has character and charm, as well as oodles of red fruit freshness and immediate appeal. 'Delightfully refreshing red, with crisp flavours of strawberry, violet, raspberry, cherry and a bit of rosemary. Lighter in body and tannin, it's dry with a pleasant, crisp finish.' - Darren Oleksyn, Calgary Herald, April 2018

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Domaine de La Merize Moulin-a-Vent Beaujolais

Moulin-a-Vent is the most structured and age worthy of the elite ten Crus of Beaujolais. Winemaker Patrick Bertrand makes great examples from this region for the following simple reasons: firstly - the vine age (on average sixty years old), secondly - vineyard location. The vines are situated on various aspects, which provide him with fruit with different flavours and structures.

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