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Tag:New Zealand

by Sam Logan | November 1, 2017
Antipodean Adventure As the nights draw in, and you start feeling all 53 of our degrees of latitude, try thinking about those places where summer is currently blazing away. If you want to cheer yourself with a glass of summer, it might be time for a little Fun from Down Under. Aussie and Kiwi winemakers […]
by Sam Logan | June 30, 2017
Less Alcohol, Maximum Enjoyment There are plenty of excellent reasons you might want a wine that’s a little lower in alcohol. But none of those reasons are important enough for you to compromise your enjoyment! Fortunately, there are some great options if you want to enjoy a lower alcohol wine that still has plenty of […]
by Sam Logan | June 30, 2017
A Barbecue Weekend  You can’t deny it, the Irish summer is almost over. During the next couple of weeks, the leaves will start changing colour, the first grape harvests will begin in Europe, and the market for school books and uniforms will come alive again. Sadly, there’s no escaping the fact that summer is coming […]
by Laura Daly | March 13, 2017
by Wines Direct | April 7, 2016
Lovely toasty baked apple nose and nice drift of petroleum, then a crisp, clean finish.” Tomás Clancy, Food and Wine Magazine
by Wines Direct | April 6, 2016
Pinot Noir from New Zealand is always a little riper than you would get from Burgundy but good ones like this have a solid earthiness to cut through the richness. This is good value and has warming strawberry and cheery fruits aromas and flavours mingled with some forest floor character. Leslie Williams, Irish Examiner
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 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 […]