This elegant bottle with the French sounding name is in fact a true blue Australian label from the Adelaide Hills. We discovered a feature article on the wine in a fashion magazine of all things, but with its elegant looks, fresh crisp flavour, it’s been in the fridge for most of the Summer. Aptly named Pour les Amour (Pour the Love), you can buy on-line at bird in hand $30 per bottle plus $10 delivery, so better value and less chance of running out if you buy per dozen or at least a half.
Varietal aromas include lifted strawberries, cherries and watermelon. Fresh strawberry and cherry flavours are enhanced by a crisp acid and a long, clean finish.
www.birdinhand.com.au – Pour Les Amour Rosé 2014
This refreshing wine from the Clare Valley is a dry variety, not like the one Nanna used to drink! Best enjoyed with seafood or Asian, it is mouth-wateringly impressive with a natural acid. A great choice to enjoy on a summer’s day.
It is straw like in appearance and has characters of Bergamot orange, white peach, lemongrass and a hint of juniper. It displays pure citrus fruit comprising of tangelo, clementine and desert lime, with passionfruit highlights.
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2011 Winemaker of the Year, Liz Jackson, has outshone herself with this unique Merlot Shiraz blend. A medium bodied red from the Hunter Valley that is very easy on the palate. It has been described as plush, ripe and elegant, in perfect harmony – all the things you want in a bottle! Most enjoyable at this time of year. If you hunt around you can pick this delicious drop up for around $19.00