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Wines
at Wizards

We’re pleased to present several exciting new wines available at Wizards this month! Our two house-pours are from the Warburn Estate, located in the premier wine-growing Riverina district of New South Wales, Australia:

Warburn Estate Rumours Shiraz 2019 is a classic and easy-drinking red wine. This soft fruit-driven Shiraz is loaded with sweet berry flavours and a smooth finish
(RM20 | RM120)

Warburn Estate Rumours Chardonnay 2017 is a fresh and light white wine with classic peach and melon flavour—an ideal pair with any seafood dish! (RM20 | RM120)

Additionally, we have several wines by the bottle from South Africa and Chile, as well as a delightful new prosecco to add a dash of sparkle for a special occasion.

REDS

Ken Forrester Petit Pinotage 2019 (South Africa) | RM160
Selected from old vines growing in the cool maritime region of the Western Cape, this light-to-medium bodied Pinotage has a crisp and refreshing character with flavours of red currant and elderberry fruit, and a soft and gentle finish.

Montes Classic Cabernet Sauvignon 2017 (Chile) | RM140
Intense ruby red in colour, this big-bodied fruity wine is loaded with aromas of red fruits and layers of caramel and cinnamon along with harmonious notes of the noble French oak.

Montes Twins Red Blend 2016 (Chile) | RM180
A blend of four varietals—Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Carménère and Tempranillo—this blend is a unique wine with great balance, loaded with aromas of red and black fruit, sweet spices and bitter chocolate.

WHITES

Ken Forrester Chenin Blanc 2018 (South Africa) | RM160
Carefully hand-harvested and tank fermented, this wine has a refreshing character of pear, crunchy green apple and grapefruit, supported by a good mouthfeel and a tangy finish.

PROSECCO

Zonin Prosecco (Italy) | RM280
The bouquet is attractively intense, very fruity and aromatic, with hints of wisteria flowers and Rennet apples. The flavour is very well-balanced and appealing, with the extremely delicate almond note that is typical of Glera grapes.

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