New World vs. Old World
Do you prefer the bold, fruit-forward flavors of the New World or the refined and earthy nuances of the Old World? Cutting-edge innovation meets the best of handcrafted tradition in this collection of six great wines. Three of the most popular varieties of wine in the world: Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir, and Syrah, are compared against each other. Taste for yourself to find out which you prefer: New World or Old World.
Beaulieu Vineyard Napa
A Napa Valley superstar! Medium full-bodied, with lush berry, anise and jam flavors, balanced by sweet lush fruit and supple tannins.
Chateau Trois Moulins
Château Trois Moulins is known for its elegant, well-crafted wines. A very well-balanced Bordeaux with a long and interesting finish.
The long growing season of the Santa Maria Valley allows Byron's Pinot Noir grapes to develop to their fullest, most deliciously intense flavors. This wine features hints of black cherry, plum, brown spice and nuances of French oak.
Reflective of the Jadot Burgundy style, this Pinot Noir is harmonious and balanced, with a plump fruitiness and silky texture offset by round, gentle tannins in a wine of medium body and elegant structure.
d'Arenberg produces exquisite wines that are a credit to both the winery and the McLaren Vale region. The Footbolt Shiraz has terrific fruit and oak tannins providing great texture to support plum, blackcurrant and rolling blackberry flavors.
Jaboulet Les Jalets Crozes Hermitage
Jaboulet exemplifies robustness and elegance, which are essential qualities of great Rhone wines. This Syrah is round and supple with fleshy tannins and a long fruity finish.
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