Bang for your Buck Reds – a closer look at what’s in the case:
Malvasia Nera ‘Talo’ 2019, San Marzano, Puglia, Italy
An intense and complex bouquet of ripe red fruits combined with hints of spice. A full-bodied wine with delicious flavours of Morello cherry, thyme and vanilla notes through to a smooth finish. Huge bang for buck!
Lo Petit Fantet D’Hippolyte 2020, Chateau Ollieux-Romanis
This organic Lo Petit Fantet is packed with black cherry and sweet spices. Rich and full in the mouth, a real treat from start to finish.
Château de l’Herbe Sainte ‘Tradition’ 2018, Minervois, France
Bright, deep red with a very typical nose of black fruit, black olive, cedar and garrigue. On the palate, a dense fruit led wine with well-integrated tannins and the same, delicious rich southern range of aromas.
Heartland Spice Trader Shiraz/Cabernet Sauvignon 2016, Langhorne Creek, Australia
An easy-drinking but dark and delicious blend from Langhorne Creek. Heaps of blackcurrant leaf, juicy dark fruit and a touch of baking spice, simply ace!
Beck Ink 2019, Weingut Judith Beck, Burgenland, Austria
Beck Ink is a rewarding natural red wine that is very fragrant, light in tannin and has good acidic balance – it’s a delicious crisp red and the wine holds a beautiful red-violet “ink” colour.
Rioja Crianza Rivallana 2018 Ondarre, Rioja, Spain
Spicy fruit aromas are complemented by subtle notes of vanilla from oak ageing. Savoury and ripe fruit flavours combine on the palate resulting in a traditional Rioja style.
Here at Corkage, we’ve got plenty of contenders for a spot in this case of six, if you want something same-same but different, check out this Cahors Malbec and our ever-popular Bordeaux. Also, keep an eye on our Bang for your Buck Whites and make sure your cellar is as diverse as it is delicious…