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Ehrlich, bodenständig, gut (‘honest, down to earth, good’) is how the Mantler family describe this wine, which was first launched as one of our limited-edition ‘Bin Series’ releases. An apt summary. With crunchy red fruit complemented by hints of liquorice and black pepper, this is a delight, and a 2021 Wine Champion to boot.
Misket is nothing to do with the more famous 'muscat' but does share similar characteristics. This Bulgarian is bursting with notes of juicy oranges, blossom and roses, which continue on the crisp, refreshing palate, where it is joined by notes of zesty lime.
Nerofino is an inspired blend of two important Dolomite varieties. Teroldego gives blackberry and blueberry fruit and full-bodied structure, whereas lagrein adds juicy softness with hints of cocoa. Aromatic, rich, and well structured this is a good match for any well-flavoured stew.
Delicately aromatic and spicy dry Hungarian furmint from Pajzos winery that's brimming with crisp green apple and pineapple with a full, spicy palate and the bright, mouthwatering acidity typical of the furmint grape.
Plenty of praise from the 2022 Wine Champions tasting panel here: ‘very moreish’, ‘bursting with personality’, ‘yum!’. Lovely notes of stone fruit, ripe peach and refreshing citrus aromas. ‘Fiano is a grape with class,’ declared Sebastian Payne MW.