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Author: Wines Direct

by Wines Direct | April 6, 2016
“We have repeatedly highlighted the pleasantness of their red wines but this year the focus has fallen on San Simone’s fine, gritty and captivating Pinot Grigio, which smells of ripe fruit and acacia honey.” Gambero Rosso, Wines of Italy
by Wines Direct | April 6, 2016
“Scented with freshly cut grass, mineral and green peas. A mouth-watering entry of lime and ripe citrus flavors electrify the tastebuds with a pithy and tangy finish.” Liam Campbell, Irish Independent Weekend.
by Wines Direct | April 6, 2016
“One of Paddy’s early discoveries, it’s a soft and round blend of Grenache and Syrah with a herby whiff of the garrigue. A considerable amount of taste and rather timely just now as it has autumnal character with a touch of bramble jelly on the palate. A wine for grilled meat or the better class […]
by Wines Direct | April 6, 2016
“Subtle earthy fruity aromas from the Uva di Troia. Deep layers of intense earthy black stewed fruits. Mouthwatering acidity refreshes through to the finish. Enjoy with a slow roasted brisket of beef rolled around chopped olives and garlic.” Liam Campbell, Irish Independent
by Wines Direct | April 6, 2016
“Mild honey and tropical fruit on the nose, lovely juicy tingle on the palate and reasonable length.” Raymond Blake, Food and Wine Magazine
by Wines Direct | April 6, 2016
“It’s sun-drenched and super-ripe, luscious, brazen, and quintessentially Australian and I love it. The sort of thing we need to bolster the illusion that it’s summer. Up-front flavours of pineapple and lemon curd are shot through with brisk, lime-fresh acidity.” Irish Times
by Wines Direct | April 6, 2016
“A serious drop, firm tannin and full fruit, nice tingle of acid and good length.” Raymond Blake, Food and Wine Magazine
by Wines Direct | April 6, 2016
“This is one of the ‘black wines’ of Cahors in southern France and, right enough it’s very deep in colour. But unlike the tough, tannic Cahors of tradition, this one is supple and intense without the need for years of ageing.” Tom Doorley, Irish Daily Mail
by Wines Direct | April 6, 2016
“Flavours of apples and pears with a touch of lemon and lime – all you would expect from picpoul. Energising minerality and a pleasing, classy presence.” Ernie Whalley, Sunday Times.
by Wines Direct | April 6, 2016
“Some pleasant lifted aromas, nice broad mouthfilling fruit and a good dry finish. Well made wine with a bit of real interest. Serve with chicken salad or prawns.” John Wilson, Irish Times.
by Wines Direct | April 6, 2016
“Not something you see very often in Ireland but the sweet wines of Jurancon are very special. The grape here is Petit Manseng which develops phenomenal ripeness while staying as fresh as a daisy – no mean feat. Pineapple, mango, a touch of passionfruit. Sweet but lively.” Tom Doorley, Irish Daily Mail
by Wines Direct | April 6, 2016
“Light and tangy blackberry fruits that call out for charcuterie or light meat dishes.” John Wilson, Irish Times
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