Chateau Constantin-Chevalier's Cuvée des Fondateurs (founders' wine) is a 40-40-20 blend of Grenache, Syrah and old vine Carignan. Produced in the Côtes-du-Luberon area of southern France and aged in Limousin oak for 12 months, this displays the signature spice of the cépage.
Cloud Chaser is a classic Provençale rosé wine. Created with a blend of 5% Grenache, 30% Cinsault, 12% Mourvèdre, 11% Carignan, 8% Syrah and 3% Tibouren, it's full of tropical fruit flavours and will pair well with Asian and Mediterranean cuisine.
A bottle of Chateau Gruaud Larose 1993. A second growth in the 1855 Bordeaux classification, prices are kept reasonable due to the fact that Robert Parker does not score the wine, allegedly as the winery dog bit him on a previous visit. 1993 was a notoriously wet year, but where the grapes were treated well, as they were here, the wines are elegant and soft rather than being diluted.
A pack of six bottles of New Zealand's most famous wine export, Cloudy Bay Sauvignon Blanc. Made using both their own vineyards and trusted other growers in the Wairau Valley, this is classic 'gooseberry and cat's pee' New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc.