Syrah, or Shiraz in Australia, is a globally cultivated variety with flavours that vary greatly depending on the climate. In more moderate climates, it offers flavours of blackberry and black pepper, while warmer climates reveal spicier notes of liquorice and aniseed.
With a colour resembling its namesake, the robin bird (merle in French), Merlot has well known and clearly identifiable aromas. Among its many qualities, this grape is flexible, producing both fruity and more supple, complex wines.
The star of America, Zinfandel is synonymous with California. Originating in warmer regions like Napa Valley, it reveals aromas of red fruits, while cooler areas like Sonoma produce aromas of black fruits, blackberry and liquorice.
SOften considered the King of the Reds, Cabernet Sauvignon is one of the most sought-after wine varieties in the world. Cultivated in a large number of regions and in different climates - from rural France to the Gobi Desert - its scents often vary radically.
A fruity wine brought to us by the expertise of Bordeaux’s finest winemakers. It’s the ideal companion for grilled or stewed red meats and duck magret.
A lively and fresh wine with exotic aromas of grapefruit and kiwi, it pairs well with sushi, tapas or tartares.
This rich and generous wine is a product of the best vines in California. To be paired with grilled or braised beef, ribs or mildly spicy dishes.
An aromatic, ruby-coloured wine that is both fruity and full-bodied. The perfect pairing for lamb and grilled red meats.
White, syrupy wines , ciders
White, rosés, syrupy wines, ciders