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Red Wine for delivery to New Zealand
Red wines come from the juice, skins, and pips of red and black grapes. They are stronger in taste than white wines. People generally prefer them with full meals and with red meat – although this isn't a rule. The usual glass takes the shape of a bowl and widens at the top. Serve red wines, they say, at room temperature.
To comply with the Sale of Liquor Act 1989, Wineplus Limited has a license to sell liquor, granted by the Christchurch City Council. Wineplus license number is 060/OFF/40/2008 issued on 23rd July 2008. Customers must be 18 or over and not be intoxicated to make purchases of gift boxes. It is illegal to purchase alcohol when under the age of 18 and it is also illegal to make a false declaration of age in order to purchase liquor. No liquor will be sold or delivered on good Friday, Easter Sunday, Christmas Day or before 1 pm on Anzac Day.
Church Road Reserve Merlot Cabernet - 39.95
Crafted using traditional Bordeaux winemaking techniques, the Church Road Reserve Merlot Cabernet is a rich, expressive red wine that marries ripe, concentrated Hawke’s Bay fruit flavours with spicy oak complexities. The intricate array of violet, black cherry and cigar box aromas are complemented by spicy French oak, a firm backbone of tannin and soft acidity. Although already cellared for your drinking pleasure, this wine will reward more careful cellaring up to 2010
Peregrine Pinot Noir - 43.95
Traditional winemaking techniques were used to produce this Pinot Noir enabling gentle tannin extraction and creating a foundation of flavours and textures that underwent further integration as they matured in a mixture of French oak barrels for 10 months. This has resulted in a wine that shows characters of ripe black cherries, dried spice and rich velvet tannins along with a lingering silky finish. It is made in a style that complements food perfectly. This Pinot Noir shows the hallmarks for aging gracefully while also being enjoyed during its youth.