Grand Cru is the perfect choice for craft winemakers who want easy drinking table wines that pair perfectly with every meal. Grand Cru wines require shorter fermentation times and taste delicous wven with little or no aging. Crafted in as little as four weeks.
Chamblaise- A blend of a variety of the best white grape varieties, this full-flavoured and food friendly wine is smooth, clean and well balanced.
Chardonnay - A medium-bodied wine with a crisp green apple bouquet and hearty flavour. This is a true classic white wine at its finest.
Gewurztraminer - Extremely spicy in flavour and aroma, this wine will tantalize any palate. It pairs well with all kinds of food, including spicy Asian style cuisine.
Liebfraumilch - Fruity in aroma and clean in taste. A crisp, dry wine that's pleasant in its youth. Perfect for sipping with friends and family.
Pinot Blanc - Rich, light-bodied flavour and slightly herbal aroma. Subtle undertones of apple and peach round out this easy-drinking wine.
Pinot Grigio - a dry wine with overtones of green melon leading to a a crisp, clean, finish. A bouquet of honey and herbs complete the experience of this perennially favourite white.
Riesling - Clean, crisp, and slightly fruity, this wine is full of fruit flavour with an intense and pleasing aroma. You will want to savour through to the last sip.
Sauvignon Blanc - A clean refreshing and food friendly white wine offering a light, fruity aroma with green, herbal flavours and a touch of mint.
Verdicchio -Herbal aromas dominate the bouquet, while flavours of lemon and pear entice the palate. The finish is crisp and clean. a refreshing style white wine.
Zinfandel Blush - With just a hint of rose, this light wine is fruity, refreshing and easy-drinking. Fresh raspberries dominate the palate in this wine.
Bergamais - A fresh wine best consumed in its youth. Cherries and plums fill the nose while sweet cherry follows through to the palate, whee it lingers gracefully.
Cabernet Sauvignon - A hint of violet is present in the bouquet, typical of this variety. It's superbly enhanced with the addition of oak, and while it can be drunk young, it also does well with age.
Malbec - This popular rustic red wine has a soft, rich texture, silky tannins, and fills your palate with ripe plums, currants, cherries, and berries.
Merlot - A smooth, rich wine, medium dark in colour with notes of blackberry and currants. A hint of green olive in the bouquet will pleasantly surprise and delight you.
Pinot Noir - The soft texture and dark colour compliment the flavours of berry fruit, with a subtle raspberry undertone. An approachable yet still sophisticated red wine.
Rosso Superiore (Barolo) - Deep in colour, high in tannin, robust and intense on the palate with earthy notes of mushroom and black fruit. Pair it with your favourite grilled meats.
Sangiovese Merlot - Aggressive in nature, it is a crisp, clean, and spicy with a subtle black pepper flavour. A perfect match for tomato based Italian food.
Shiraz - Well-blanced with lively aromas of black pepper, plums, and toasted oak. a favourite dinner companion, the palate features chewy tannins that lead up to an elegant finish.
Valpola - An intense, deep coloured red wine boasting a velvety yet fruity flavour with a long, lingering finish. Aging will only add to the complexity to this food-friendly wine.
Vieux Chateau du Roi - A complex blend of the grape varietals, this rich wine is dark in colour and high in tannin, leaving a hint of plum on the palate.
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