Amarone: Elegant, classical, and savory showing a lot of vibrant fresh cherry and plum fruit. Well integrated smooth fine-grained tannins. richly textured with a very long length.
Brunello: Brunello di Montalcino vintages possess a fleshier texture with common aromas and flavors of blackberry, black cherry, black raspberry, chocolate, leather, and violets.
Cabernet Franc: Typically, a light to medium-bodied wine with more immediate fruit than Cabernet Sauvignon and some of the herbaceous odours evident in unripe Cabernet Sauvignon.
Cabernet Sauvignon: A bold wine known for its depth of flavor, aroma and ability to age (present by the wine’s noticeable tannins). It is full-bodied and intense, with cherry currant and occasionally, herbal flavors.
Chardonnay: Golden and velvety with hints of fruit, nuts, butter, oak, spice or vanilla and have medium to high acidity.
Chianti: Preserved sour cherries, dried oregano, aged sweet balsamic, dry salami, espresso, sweet tobacco.
Malbec: Ripens midseason. It can bring very deep colour, ample tannin, and a plum-like flavour component to add complexity to claret blends.
Merlot: Medium to full-bodied wine, with black cherry and herbal flavors. Merlot is typically smooth, soft and mellow.
Montepulciano: Black-fruit driven, chocolatey wines best enjoyed after 4 or more years of aging.
Pinot Grigio: Dry citrus blend with fresh lemongrass notes.
Pinot Noir: Strawberry, cherry, plum raspberry, mushrooms, earthiness and beetroot are all common characteristics of Pinot Noir.
Prosecco: Pale straw colour; pear, melon and lime flavours; medium bodied with soft spritz; pear and melon flavours followed by lime flavour to finish.
Reisling: Medium to high acidity and light to medium body with a distinct flowery, fruity aroma.
Rosé: Light, usually somewhat sweet and best served well-chilled.
Sauvignon Blanc: Characterized by a light, crisp acidity. It will often contain several fruit components.
Shiraz: Shiraz, also known as Syrah, can produce giant red wines with strong tannins and complex combinations of flavors including berry, plum and peppery smoke.
Zinfandel: Zinfandel is a spicy, peppery wine, with a hint of fruity flavour – berries or dark cherries are often in the taste range. Whispers of strawberry, plum, raisin, spice, leather, and tar can also be present.