Show your Mum how much you love her with this perfect selection of wines
Since it was founded in 1827, the house of G.H. Mumm has been guided by a high regard for the Champagne region’s traditions and culture. The house has retained Georges Hermann Mumm’s uncompromising maxim: “Only the Best’. G.H. Mumm Brut Cordon Rouge, the house’s signature cuvee, comes from a subtle blend of 77 different crus. Its distinctive style captures the superb diversity of the region’s vineyards. Offering a harmonious balance of freshness with intensity.
Made with the grape Glera, used in Prosecco, and Pinot Noir, this light and refreshing Prosecco rosé is full of fresh ripe red berries and citrus fruit flavours with a delicate and elegant mousse. Serve chilled for a perfect celebratory drink, as an aperitif or with light desserts.
The name Trivento comes from three winds; Polar, Zonda and Sudestada. It is these winds that make Mendoza such a distinctive and successful wine growing region.
A bright crimson red whose plum and raspberry aromas mingle elegantly with vanilla notes from the 6 months spent in French and American Oak. Well balanced, with sweet tannins and a velvety finish, Trivento Reserve Malbec is ideal with meats and tomato dishes.
Three letters, three full bodied grapes: Grenache, Shiraz and Mourvedre. Cultivated in one of the oldest wine growing regions in Australia, the grapes blend perfectly to create a powerful but elegant red, complete with clove and pepper spiciness and ripe dark berry fruitiness. Pair with barbecued or grilled red meats, and rich dishes like Moroccan lamb tagine. Drinking well now this wine will also keep for several years.
Our 2018 Riesling is made primarily from grapes grown at our “Irelands” and “Bayes” vineyards, as well as from our valued growers, the Baum, Morrison and Radford families.
The wine demonstrates the brilliant, dry growing conditions of the vintage, showing richness of fruit flavour and balanced crisp natural acidity.
The use of only free-run juice allows true Clare Valley citrus and floral characters to dominate, displaying our commitment to quality and regionality.
The blend of the vineyards selected for this wine has produced a Riesling with both immediate food compatibility and the flexibility of a potential cellaring period of at least 10 years.
Poised and elegant, this shows what lovely wines Louis Jadot makes in the Mâcon Crus Dry and fine with touches of soft peachy fruit and a delicate nutty rounded character on the long balanced finish.