Region of Oceania

New Zealand

vineyard

Wine of New Zealand

Indeed, New Zealand is beginning to be as well known to tourists for its spectacular wild landscapes as "oenophiles" for its range of varied and delicious wines. The geography, climate, know-how and seriousness of a handful of men and women contribute to the quality of New Zealand wines.

Wine of Marlborough

Located at the top of the South Island, Marlborough is New Zealand's largest wine region and home to the New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc, known around the world.
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VILLA MARIA PRIVATE BIN SAUVIGNON 2015

The dress of this cuvée offers a beautiful yellow color tinged with green. So it is the promise of a well-balanced Sauvignon Blanc that promises. The exuberant nose confirms and prolongs the pleasure. The classic notes of citrus fruits and passion fruit here combine aromatic asparagus touches.
Vintage

2015

Alcohol content

13%

Cost

13€

Taste

citrus fruits and passion fruit

Custody

5 - 7 years

Service temperature

8 - 10° C

PADDY BORTHWICK PAPER ROAD PINOT NOIR 2014

Paper Road Pinot Noir Paddy Borthwick 2014 is an intensely fruity and very fresh vintage, which offers a deep ruby ​​deep robe. The nose, already expressive and flourishing even more, reveals notes of cherries, raspberries, strawberries, harmonious fruity, intense and juicy, enhanced by a spicy tip.
Vintage

2014

Alcohol content

13%

Cost

13 - 15€

Taste

cherries, raspberries, strawberries

Custody

5 - 7 years

Service temperature

8 - 10° C

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CLOUDY BAY PELORUS 2016

The Cloudy Bay Pelorus, is a sparkling wine of character as evidenced by its pastel-colored dress with golden reflections. Its nose is rather expressive with notes of citrus fruits and pears from Chardonnay, supported by tasty tones of the Pinot Noir component and characters reminiscent of toast and brioche.
Vintage

2016

Alcohol content

12,5%

Cost

12 - 14€

Taste

citrus fruits

Custody

2 - 3 years

Service temperature

6 - 8° C

Wini of Canterbury

Canterbury, New Zealand is one of the oldest grape growing regions in the South Island of New Zealand. The plains vineyards enjoy free-draining stoney soils and the peninsula vineyards are typically planted in valleys that enjoy favourable mesoclimates.

Bellbird Spring River Terrace Pinot Noir 2011

Light purplish red color. Nose from which emanate fruity and spicy notes. It also evokes subtle floral notes. Expressing a pleasant freshness, this red is provided with supple tannins. Faithful to the smells of olfaction, it evokes flavors of plum, vanilla and sweet spices.
Vintage

2011

Alcohol content

14,5%

Cost

9 - 12€

Taste

plum, vanilla and sweet spices.

Custody

5 - 7 years

Service temperature

8 - 10° C

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Sherwood Estate Pinot Noir 2015

Dress showing a rather deep ruby ​​color. A fine nose that opens with subtle aromas of spices and red berries. Appearing a pleasant freshness this red is endowed with supple tannins.
Vintage

2015

Alcohol content

13,5%

Cost

12 - 14€

Taste

spices and red berries

Custody

5 - 7 years

Service temperature

15 - 16° C

Australia

Wine of Australia

The vineyard was introduced in 1788, in New South Wales, and spread throughout the nineteenth century in many parts of the country, but the vineyard remains concentrated in the southeast and extreme south, in sunny but relatively cool regions. Australian viticulture is in 2005, the fourth largest exporter
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Wine of Camberra

The young sector of Canberra in Australia enjoys the boom in the southern part of New South Wales and develops its quality wines. South of the state of New South Wales, the district of Canberra takes its name from its proximity with the administrative capital of Australia. The state is experiencing a relatively recent growth of its wine-growing activity as Australia has undertaken to develop its culture of wine in cold climate and has prospected the sectors of the region.
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Lindeman’s Bin 50 Australie Rouge 2014

The characteristic nose exudes aromas of black fruits, pepper and some woody notes. A bouquet of powerful aromas found in the mouth with fleshy tannins and an ample texture.
Vintage

2014

Alcohol content

13%

Cost

12 - 14€

Taste

black fruits, pepper

Custody

5 - 7 years

Service temperature

12 - 14° C

Lindeman’s Bin 65 Australie Blanc 2015

The Chardonnay Lindeman's 65 is a round wine, which is characterized by very fruity aromas of peaches, figs, melons and grilled oak.
Vintage

2015

Alcohol content

13,5%

Cost

7 - 10€

Taste

peaches, figs, melons

Custody

5 - 7 years

Service temperature

15 - 16° C

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Wine of Melbourne

The Adelaide region is characterized by an excellent thermal amplitude between day and night, which allows a slow maturity of the grapes. Often, the finals are fresher, more elegant wines.
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Yalumba The Scribbler Cabernet Sauvignon Shiraz 2012

Gourged with aromas of berries and spices, this wine has a slightly higher degree of alcohol, well balanced by its generosity in fruits and oak.
Vintage

2012

Alcohol content

13,5%

Cost

13 - 15€

Taste

berries and spices

Custody

5 - 7 years

Service temperature

10 - 12° C

Chardonnay Australie 2015

A color of a strong purple and lively, reveals a nose of pronounced aromas of berries, embellished with spicy notes., This wine has body and opens on generous, accents of ripe fruits to which are added, back -plan of earthy notes and flavors of sweet berries long in the mouth., A touch of vanilla oak balances and softens the tasty notes of end.
Vintage

2015

Alcohol content

12%

Cost

9€

Taste

sweet berries

Custody

2 - 5 years

Service temperature

8 - 10° C

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