A racy little Riesling with a touch of sweetness and a nice, clean finish.
After the success of Matt's sweeter wines, Angels wanted to see what he could do with some well-grown Riesling -- the results are Angel-funded deliciousness.
If you like spicy food, keep this Riesling right next to the Sriracha -- it's great to have a zippy wine with a hint of sweetness that can reign in hot dishes and let you keep eating til you run out of wine.
Think of Lionel Richie, circa mid-eighties, all decked out in his best plum velvet suit, then add a bit of Barry White on top, and you BEGIN to get close to how smooth and enticing this red is.
Your first sensation is one of deep rich blueberry that gives way to a mixture of plum, edged with a smokey streak of oak - all of which lasts an age with each mouthful. It's difficult to be too in love with this wine.
Open the bottle, show a frying pan a steak, briefly, then combine in mouth. Boom!
Two of Chile's finest winemakers combined two of the country's most popular red grapes, Cabernet and Carmenere. This little beauty is a bona fide blockbuster.
It's packed with big, bold fruit that bursts out of the glass from your first sip to your last. Underneath there's a little bit of sweet dark chocolate that gives it a delicious, mouthwatering smoothness. It's like a fruit juice for grown ups!
More than 91% of our UK Angels said they'd buy it again - and we suspect Americans will like it even more.
Dense, bold fruit that's still incredibly easy to chug--errrr.. drink.
Until Portugal fixes its economy your Angel-funded Dollar goes a long way over there. And as long as the grape varieties are almost impossible to pronounce, we won't have a lot of competition to buy the very best fruit.
This is a great wine to surprise somebody who thinks they know a lot about wine. 90% of customers would buy it again, so it's a crowd-pleaser too.