With Red Raisins Mosti Mondiale proprietary Blend. This wine is a blend of Chilean Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Carmenere. It has a deep garnet robe with violet reflections. The attack is aggressive, almost overpowering, and then the wine starts to unfold and its rich earthy tones become evident. The hint of peppers and spice are in perfect harmony with the abundant ripe red berries. The bouquet is of wild berries with a vegetal hint and a slight "leathery" finish.
Food pairing: This wine pairs well with grilled red meats (well spiced), hearty stews, and pastas with rich sauces.
Serving: Between 18 degrees and 20 degrees celcius.
Comments: A wine that is definitely not for the masses or people with weak taste buds. Your patience will be rewarded immensely.
This Northern Italian favorite is the base for spumante. It’s rich fruity flavours make it a perfect wine to be served as an aperitif or served with spicy Asian cuisine. On the palate, the wine exudes rich fruity flavors. The bouquet is very floral with slight citrus
undertones. A versatile wine that can be served with or without a meals.
Food pairing: This wine pairs well with spicy Asian dishes (Thai, Indian etc) or simply served on its own.
Serving: Between 4° and 8°C
Comments: A light bodied white wine with an incredible bouquet.
Pinot Noir A wine for the senses, this Pinot Noir is truly elegant in every way! Its intense color is combined with a marvelous bouquet comprising of both violets and spices. When young, your taste buds will become teased by the unity of ripe cherries and earthy spices. As this wine ages, you’ll notice hints of flavors such as; chocolate, prune, and figs. This wine has a smooth attack with a long lingering finish.
Food pairing: This wine pairs excellently with roast beef and steaks, quail, roasted leg of lamb,duck, and salmon.
Serving: Between 14 degrees and 18 degrees celcius.
Comments: Watch closely! This wine ages to surpass all expectations!
Marzemino An almost forgotten varietal, Marzemino was very popular during the Classical Era, it is making a come back due to its fresh yet warm feel on the palate. It was so popular it made it into Mozart’s play Don Giovanni “Versa il vino! Eccellente Marzemino!”
A vivid ruby red coloured wine with a fruity, almost floral bouquet. Warm and medium bodied with a faint bitter finish, this wine is suited for those looking for a wine with its own original character.
Food pairing: This wine pairs excellently with cured meats (salami, ham etc), grilled pork meat, red pasta sauces.
Comments: : If you enjoy a fruity red wine, do not let it age beyond 2 years.
Once confused with Zinfandel, its roots can be traced to Croatia many centuries ago. Primitivo is now grown in various regions of Italy. This Sicilian Primitivo is a well-balanced medium-full bodied varietal that develops jammy flavors of ripe berry fruits including dark cherries and raspberries.
Alcohol: +/- 14%
Food Pairing: Enjoy on a Sunday afternoon with hearty meat sauce lasagna with Porcini mushrooms.
Serving: Between 14 and 16 degrees Celsius.
Comments: Let this wine breathe for a few minutes and subtle nuances of chocolate and cracked pepper emerge.
Old Vine Zinfandel Comprising solely of Old Vines picked from a single California vineyard, this extremely limited edition will present itself as a bright outgoing red filled with joy. Your senses will truly be tempted and delighted by the aromas and flavors of black cherries, currants, and berries. To ensure complete pleasure, these aromas and notes are followed by a perfectly balanced earthy finish. This full bodied red wine comprises of solid tannins that will surprise all winemakers with its noticeably long and elegant finish.
Food pairing: Savor anything red! Enjoy red meats, flavorful red pastas, lamb and burgers. For a true daring experience, enjoy with rich dark chocolates.
Serving: Between 15 degrees and 18 degrees celcius.
Comments: A dominating wine when young that ages extremely well when given the opportunity.
Shiraz The Shiraz grape is dark-skinned and grown throughout the world. Its status as a powerful red wine continues to elevate as does its popularity among all red wine drinkers. You’ll immediately fall in love with its deep vibrant red color that is elegantly paired with a tint of purple. Along with its dark colors and tints, experience the flavors and aromas of dark skinned fruits such as; blueberries, blackberries, and plums all accompanied with a soft woody and smokey scent to finalize the pleasure within your nostrils. This wine is full, round, and soft in the mouth while having great acidity matched with fine and long tannins.
Food pairing: Pairs beautifully with grilled meats and veggies, wild game, red meats with rich flavors, beef stew, and the true "Meat Lover’s" pizza.
Serving: Between 15 degrees and 18 degrees celcius.
Comments: A powerful wine when young that matures beyond expectations.
A subtly spicy wine (amaro is the Italian word for bitter) with a deep and rich color, followed by a practically chewy texture on the palate. Lends itself well to the use of oak balanced with nuances of black cherries and a leathery nose.
Alcohol: +/- 13%
Food Pairing: Try it with a leg of lamb roasted with rosemary and potatoes or with chili con carne.
Serving: Between 15 and 17 degrees
Comments: Crisp young wine, but can definitely greatly benefit from time in the bottle.
Cultivated within the Reggio Emilia region of Italy, its delicateness is linked directly to its fruitiness. Holding a perfectly balanced light yellow color, its delightful aroma of citrus fruits leads up perfectly to the flavors of honey, bosc pears, and a slight hint of vanilla. As a last impression, you’ll notice its finish is crisp and clean. For all sweet white wine enthusiasts, this is a must have in your wine collection.
Food pairing: Seafood antipasto dishes dressed with oil and lemon, grilled fish with light provencal-style sauces. Dare yourself to try this wine with dessert! Accompany your wine with an almond biscotti (try dipping!), Sicilian cannoli or an apricot or plum tarte with a marzipan pastry crust.
Serving: Between 10 degrees and 12 degrees celcius.
Comments: The sweetness of this wine is a real treat on its own!