McLaren Vale's Yangarra produces single-vineyard wines from biodynamically farmed grapes with a focus on the traditional Southern Rhône varieties like Shiraz and Grenache. Yangarra’s combination of rare geologies, moderate altitude, abundant sunshine and cool evening breezes make it perfect for growing those varieties and that's readily reflected in their excellent offerings. This week we are honoured to be able to offer you some of their fantastic new releases - including the stunning 98 Points High Sands Grenache (planted in 1946!) and the impressive Iron Heart Shiraz.
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We absolutely love Burgundy here, at The Wine Emporium and this week we are extremely pleased to be able to offer you four cracking examples of delicious, affordable and moreish Chardonnay and Pinot Noir of the region, with the transcendental 2016 Confuron Rouge being the absolute star of this lineup. All the details below!
Two hours east of Rome lies the rugged Adriatic region of Abruzzo, where Montepulciano is king. Often underappreciated, this indigenous varietal can provide wines of exceptional quality and great value when handled correctly and this week we are happy to introduce you to the wines of Tenuta Ulisse - one of the foremost producers of the region.