Albariño wine (“alba-reen-yo”) is a high-quality, light-bodied white that grows mostly in Spain and Portugal. It’s is renowned for its high acidity, refreshing citrus flavors, dry taste, and subtle saltiness.
This Italian red wine variety is prized for producing wines with firm tannins and good colour. The dark fruit and earthy pepper notes with relatively high tannin and acidity make Lagrein a great wine to cellar a long time.It makes wines that have a striking resemblance to Cabernet Sauvignon.
Macabeo is white grape variety most widely planted in the Rioja region of Spain where it is known as Viura. It is a relatively versatile grape, used in still, sparkling, dry and sweet wines.
Montepulciano (“mon-ta-pull-channo”) is a medium-bodied red wine grape thought to originate from central Italy. Dominant flavours can include red plum, oregano, sour cherry, boysenberry & tar.
Saperavi, meaning "dye" in Georgian, is a very old variety from south-western Georgia. Saperavi is a Teinturier-style grape which means that the flesh and juice is red in colour - producing deep, dark red wines with ample acidity.
Tinta Barroca is a fast growing, early maturing grape type that produces large clusters of large, thin skinned berries. The variety produces wines with delicate and subtle flavors.
Verdejo (“Vurr-day-ho”) is an uncommon, light-bodied white wine that grows almost exclusively in Spain. The wine is an outstanding alternative to wines like Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Grigio, with surprising changes in flavors coming with age.