Sebastián Zuccardi is part of a new generation focused on the importance of individual terroir and breaking down Argentina’s vast, lumped-together regions. With minimal oak use, this is intensely aromatic, boasting pure fruit, firm, savoury tannins and an elegant finish.
The sister wine to The Terraces, this dark-fruited and complex wine integrates the structure of Bordeaux varietals with the elegance of Syrah. Flavours tend towards red fruits, plum, dark cherry and spice. Earthy tobacco and cedar notes add further complexity. The wine is soft and mouthfilling with well-ripened tannins and although approachable as a young wine should continue to develop complexity for many years to come.
A restrained nose, with hints of citrus and honey, underscored by an inherent flintiness and developing aged Riesling characters. The palate is restrained with lemon and lime notes. The mid palate is warm with a hint of spice and a touch of honey. The wine ends with a crisp acidity and bone dry. A real Riesling drinkers Riesling.
As its name indicates, this white Champagne is made exclusively from white grapes, in point of fact from Chardonnay. Nevertheless, an original feature of the Drappier House, a splash of Pinot Blanc, called “Blanc Vrai” in Champagne, is sometimes added to the cuvée in order to increase its complexity and roundness.
Elegantly evokes its unique Martinborough terroir. The nose is cherry, spice and understated oak, the generous flavours showing excellent depth of fruit with a touch of earthiness and a fine tannin structure.