Red, White and Rosé (6 x 750 mL + 1 bouchon)

Tasting notes

The 2016 J. Davies Estate Malbec opens with romas of red plum, cinnamon and milk chocolate are accentuated by blueberry and violet. The juicy entry of black plum, black raspberry and baking spice is infused with hints of black pepper and mocha, and is sustained by resolved tannins."

"The 2017 Brut Rosé has generous aromas of strawberry, watermelon and raspberry. Its fruitful nose is complemented by notes of red cherry, pomegranate and cranberry-lime. On the palate, there are lush flavors of mango, mandarin orange and peach, with soft touches of brioche, orange zest and vanilla. The fruitful finish has a juicy center with bright acidity."

"The 2017 Blanc de Blancs has bright aromas of Meyer lemon, golden apple, Bosc pear, marzipan and vanilla cookie, which intermingle with hints of warm pastry and cinnamon. Granny Smith apple, candied lemon, and baked pineapple bring fruit-ful notes to the mid-palate, ending with a long, clean and vibrant finish.
- Winemakers Sean Thompson and Hugh Davies

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