Remarkable Reds (Monthly Subscription) - January 2022 - Gusto Wines

Remarkable Reds (Monthly Subscription) – January 2022

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We have put together a premium selection of red wines here, that are just a little more special than your everyday drinking wines. If you are looking for something with a little bit more finesse and elegance, then this is the case for you.

By scrolling down, you can find out more about the wines included in this case.

Please note, we’re sorry, but Wine Club subscriptions are not available to the following postcode areas: PO30-PO41; IM; JE; GY, DD, FK, BT, AB, HS, KS, IV, KW, PA, PH, ZE.

  • Pleno Tempranillo Tinto Navarra, Principe de Viana — x 1

    The deep red colour hints at the richness of the palate. Fresh red berry fruit on the nose with a smooth and round mouth-feel.

    ‘Made using tempranillo, the main rioja grape. It’s energetic and bright, like very ripe strawberries with subtle tobacco.’

    Victoria Moore, The Telegraph, 21st March 2021

  • Amanti del Vino Sangiovese IGT Rubicone — x 1

    This has juicy, soft fruit with hints of black cherries and plums. Attractive, easy going wine from Emilia-Romagna.

  • Vicuña Malbec — x 1

    This hearty Malbec has rich flavours of damsons and plums with a hint of black pepper and chocolate.

  • Marcel Martin Merlot VDP d’Oc — x 1

    Intense ruby red wine. Powerful and slightly spicy with notes of ripe fruit. Round and full with a long and structured finish.

  • Villa Doluca Red Klaslick Legend — x 1

    Villa Doluca Classic Red is a dry red wine produced from a blend of three different varietals: Okuzgozu grapes from Eastern Anatolia for its fruity character, Alicante grapes for its easy to drink, Carignan grapes for balanced and full-bodied structure. Villa Doluca Classic Red has fruity, smooth and complex chracteristics.

  • Waitonga Falls Marlborough Pinot Noir — x 1

    Native to Burgundy and notoriously challenging to grow, the Pinot Noir grape has found a home away from home in New Zealand.  The huge diversity in climates and soils enables a wide range of styles, which combine the Old World structure and elegance with the New World power and fruit-driven intensity.  Due to the thinness of the skins, Pinot Noir wines are lighter in colour, body and tannins.  However, the best wines have grip, complexity and an intensity of fruit.  Young Pinot Noir can smell almost sweet, redolent with freshly crushed raspberries, cherries and red currants.  When mature, the best wines develop a sensuous, silky mouthfeel with the fruit flavours deepening and gamey nuances emerging.

    This Pinot Noir has succulent cherry and red currant flavours seasoned with light spice.

  • Prios Maximus Roble Ribera Del Duero — x 1

    Powerful, clean bouquet of cherries, ripe blackberries, blueberries with hints of brioche, mocha, toasted almonds and hazelnuts.  These rich red fruit and chocolate notes transfer to an elegant, silky smooth, mouth-wateringly juicy, rounded palate with soft tannins leaving a fresh and bright finish.

    Best served at 18°c.

  • McPherson Don’t Tell Gary Shiraz — x 1

    A wine with a true story! Winemaker Jo Nash kept the making this wine secret from owner Gary as she knew he would not like the expense. Everyone at the winery was told Don’t Tell Gary! Of course upon being presented with the wine and tasting he was delighted!

    This wine speaks for itself – minimal intervention, purity of fruit, Shiraz at its best.  This wine is a beautiful dark garnet colour with black cherry, blueberry and mixed spice on the nose.  Hints of pepper and soft oak spice are beautifully integrated with blackberry fruits and medium bodied silky tannins.

  • Barbanera Vino Nobile di Montepulciano DOCG — x 1
    This dry red wine is an intense red in colour with a garnet rim. The broad and powerful nose has elegant notes of violets, redcurrants, spices and tobacco.  Vino Nobile is characterised by balanced tannins, a fleshy mid-palate and a mouth-cleansing finish.
  • Darling Cellars Old Bush Vines Cinsaut — x 1

    Darling Cellars’ Old Bush Vine range comes from specific old bush vines which are selected for their typicity in reflecting their soils and location.

    A well-balanced red wine, with a bright ruby red colour and sour cherries, red cherries and candy floss on the nose. The fruity palate displays earthiness and flavours of white pepper followed by a fresh acidity and good length. Coming from 38-year-old vineyards, the wine carries South Africa’s ‘certified heritage vineyards’ seal.

  • Chateau de Sabazan Saint Mont — x 1

    Situated in the heart of South West France, the Plaimont vineyards stretch from the  foothills of the Pyrenees to the hills and valleys of Gascony covering a uniquely rich terroir. A thousand wine growers defend the ideals of a cooperative and are committed to managing their vineyards with respect for both the environment and their own time-honoured traditions.

    Château de Sabazan, in the Saint Mont Appellation, is situated in the medieval village of Sabazan, near Aignan. Work in the vineyard dictates a seasonal rhythm to the lives of the village some hundred and fifty souls who live between the thirteenth-century Romanesque church and the Château which was rebuilt in the 15thcentury with stones dating back to the 13th. In 1987 Plaimont vinified wines made with the Château de Sabazan harvest for the first time and five young local winegrowers were given responsibility for management of the vineyard in an attempt to improve the social economic situation of this village otherwise doomed to desertification.

  • Cotes de Roussillon Villages ‘Infusion’, Chateau des Jaume, Roussillon — x 1

    This exceptionally well priced red from Chateau des Jaume (one of the famous estates of the Roussillon region) is a delight. A Smooth supple red wine, revealing the purity of the grape on the palate. The vinification is carried out in a modern style, in whole bunches, with very little human intervention to express the fruity aromas with softness.

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