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Pret a Partir - Fruiting - 2018

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In the vineyards  the grapes ripen with the heat of the sun. The Wine growers' toil slowly comes to fruition. Here at home it’s holiday time. Kick back and enjoy our  hand-picked  range of  wines for  summer  days spent al fresco.

Bianco di Custoza, Recchia, Italy
Tasting Note: This fresh, delicate Italian white has subtle aromas of spring flowers and green, leafy notes. It is light and crisp on the palate, displaying lemon citrus and hints of pear. The grapes are grown on hillsides over looking Lake Garda, where cooling mists and gentle breezes ensure the fruit retains its freshness.
Serving Suggestions: Great for garden parties

Raza, Vinho Verde, Portugal
Tasting Note:Outstanding levels of freshness and fruit with a hint of petillant character giving the wine great lift and vibrancy. Green apple, grapefruit, melon, and cucumber.
Serving Suggestions: Fabulous with crunchy summer salads. There is something about this wine – it has to be drunk in the sunshine, it just doesn't work in winter!

Romeo Sauvignon Blanc Bodegas Alceno, Spain
Tasting Note: Extremely intense aromas of kiwi, white flowers, some gooseberry and ice cream. On the palate fruity, with a pleasant acidity
Serving Suggestions: Serve very chilled with simply cooked white fish and fresh greens.

Chateau Penin Rose, France
Tasting Note:  Dry yet rounded Rose made from Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. Chateau Penin is owned and run by Patrick Carteyron, the fifth generation of his family to make the wine at this 40 hectare estate in the Entre-deux-Mers in Bordeaux.
Serving Suggestion: Poached Salmon for an al fresco lunch

Uwe Schiefera Blaufrankisch, Austria
Tasting Note:  Uwe Schiefer is one of the leading producers of Blaufrankisch which has an appealing dark cherry/blackcurrant sort of personality, whilst retaining good acidity.
Serving Suggestion: Treat as you would a quality Cru beaujolais, lightly chilled with anything from cold meats to toamto based dishes.

El Monstruo Malbec-Bonarda, Argentina
Tasting Note: Richly-flavoured, toothsome, and big-hearted blend of local legends Malbec & Bonarda. The nose offers an appealing, mixed spice, bramble fruit bomb followed by dark, damson and savoury overtones on the palate with a smooth and rounded finish.
Serving Suggestion: Throw a steak on the BBQ and enjoy with a glass of this wine.


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