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Category:In The Press

by Wines Direct | April 4, 2016
“Very approachable. The blend works beautifully – apples and pears chopped up and soused with lemon-zested cream. Something biscuity. Lots of flavour.” Jancis Robinson.
by Wines Direct | April 4, 2016
“Zingy Gascon white blend where Sauvignon meets local Gros Manseng to produce pungently aromatic wine that tastes, among other things, of passion fruit. Gorgeous with goat’s cheese.” Tom Doorley, Irish Daily Mail
by Wines Direct | April 4, 2016
“Available online or in their retail store at Arnotts, this is an unusually supple example of how the Malbec grape performs in its native Cahors. It’s dark, deep and plummy with no oak, just loads of fruit.” Tom Doorley, Irish Daily Mail
by Wines Direct | April 4, 2016
“A wonderful fresh, crisp, dry white, made entirely from Semillon (and therefore Sauvignon-free) with zesty lemon, green apple and melon fruits, finishing bone dry. It is low in alcohol and would make a perfect partner for seafood or as a mouthwatering aperitif.” John Wilson, Irish Times
by Wines Direct | April 4, 2016
“Tannat can be a little lean at times but this blend avoids this nicely. Lovely plump, juicy, ripe wine with plums and blackcurrants and a good dry finish.” John Wilson, The Irish Times Wines of the Year.
by Wines Direct | April 4, 2016
“A blend of Colombard and Ugni Blanc, the former carrying most of the aromas and flavours. Ripe apple and pear aromas with subtle tropical touches on the palate and a spanking fresh clean finish. Alarmingly drinkable and perfect for a warm salad or to give a lift to root veg-based dishes.” Leslie Williams, The Irish […]
by Wines Direct | April 4, 2016
“The reds from this region can be a little cool and herbaceous, but the best have a lovely purity of fruit. This is one such example, with a lifted nose of blackcurrants, and lovely, easy, soft plum fruits. Best with food.” John Wilson, The Irish Times
by Wines Direct | April 4, 2016
“Very accomplished and savoury blend of locals Grenache and Cinsault with Bordeaux’s Merlot. Herbal highlights from the local wild lavender, rosemary and thyme. Serve with a tomato and garlic stew of white beans and smoked bacon.” Liam Campbell, The Irish Independent
by Wines Direct | April 4, 2016
“An exercise in freshness and zing, this combination of Colombard and Sauvignon Blanc is all green gosseberries and blackcurrant leaf. In fact, it’s a wine that Paddy used to try to raise the standard of house wines in Irish restaurants. Cracking value and more grown-up than a lot of New Zealand Sauvignons.” Tom Doorley, Irish […]
by Wines Direct | April 4, 2016
“Excellent value here from an estate that makes some of the best value house wines you will find in Irish restaurants. This pink from Gascony puts dark-skinned and rather austere Tannat with supple, easy Merlot. Of course, in pink form this makes an exuberantly fruity wine, solidly dry but nicely full on the palate.” Tom […]
by Wines Direct | April 4, 2016
“Hawke’s Bay may seem a bit warm for New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc but this wine shows greater restraint and elegance than most of the stuff coming from cool climate Marlborough. If you’ve had enough of the sheer pungency of the Kiwi style and want something that veers towards the Loire, this is your wine. It’s […]
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