A mixture of red Shiraz and white Viognier grapes from Bush Telegraph in South Eastern Australia. The combination is famous for the wines of Cote Rotie in France and works just as well in warmer climes.
A bottle of Château Miraval Rosé. The estate is now owned by "Brangelina", having previously been used by recording artists such as The Cranberries, Pink Floyd and Sting. This rosé is made by them by the Perrin family, of Château de Beaucastel fame and unsuprisingly is a Rhône-type blend of Cinsault, Grenache, Syrah and Rolle/Vermentino. Wine Advocate: Best Rosé in the World 2012
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.