New World wines are those produced outside the traditional wine-growing areas of Europe and the Middle East, in particular from Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, United States and Chile. Here’s our exciting, super drinkable and extremely enjoyable selection to discover some of the best winemaking regions of the New World.
Sauvignon Sensuel 2020, Lucy Margaux, Adelaide Hills, Australia
Sauvignon Blanc. Salty notes on the nose, together with tropical fruits like lychee and mango, good minerality and acidity.
Stay Mellow 2020, The Other Right wines, Adelaide Hills, Australia
Semillon. Spicy, floral, ripe-fruited and structural. This wine was born in 2020, during the challenging bushfire season in the Adelaide Hills. Winemaker friend Anton Von Klopper of Lucy M. (the wine above) offered to share some of the Semillon fruit he sources.
El bandito skin 2019, Testalonga el Bandito, Swartland, South Africa
Chenin Blanc. Intense palate with citrus fruit, peach notes and hints of nuts.
The Hermit Ram Skin Fermented Field Blend 2020, New Zealand
50% Riesling, 30% Pinot Noir, 17% Gewurztraminer, and 3% Cabernet Sauvignon. 6 weeks on skins before the aging in amphora. Cloudy rosé, with red berries, wild strawberries with a pleasing mid-palate crunch.
TPGV 2019, Jolie-Laide, California, USA
Trousseau noir, Poulsard, Gamay, Valdiguié. Delicate and lean, mineral-driven, tart pomegranate and raspberry scented with incense and tobacco.
Vino Tinto Chileno Pisador 2018, La Stoppa, Maule Valley, Chile
Pais. Black fruits, violets, soft menthol and tea spices. Mid body with crisp steely acidity.