This Chardonnay was served with a delicious starter of poached cod, savoy cabbage and Alsace bacon at our most recent wine pairing dinner at Noize, London. The food served to highlight the complexity of the wine and its potential to improve for a few more years to come.
Our wine editor, Bruce Palling, describes it as being far from typical turbocharged New World Chardonnays, but a complex elegant example that would easily stand comparison with White Burgundy.
There is also the Glass Collection Unoaked Chardonnay 2018 available in this offer.
This pure Syrah was served with the cheese course at the end of the night at our most recent wine pairing dinner at Noize, London. This has the spiciness and pepper overtones you would expect from a Rhone varietal but is crafted to drink relatively young.
This Lady May 2011 Cabernet blend is the showcase wine of the Glenelly estate. It was the perfect accompaniment to the venison wellington at our most recent wine pairing dinner at Noize, London.
This award-winning wine has a long future ahead of it. It has the cigar box, pencil lead and dried fruit elements you would expect from a St Julien Bordeaux, with a touch more persistence given the climate and terroir of the vineyard.
This red wine was served with a wild mushroom risotto at our most recent wine pairing dinner at Noize, London. The Glenelly Estate Reserve is predominantly Cabernet Sauvignon with small amounts of Merlot and Petit Verdot plus a dose of Syrah, which adds some spice to the blend. While it can be enjoyed now after decanting, it has the potential to age for another five to 10 years.