Wine on the go may not be exactly what you’re envisioning when it comes to savoring distinctive vintages. Nuvino turns this notion on its head making it entirely possible to enjoy 4 internationally celebrated 2013 wines out of easily packable single serve pouches.
Whether drinking directly from the spout or pouring into a glass for a more elegant experience, you get jarringly specific flavor profiles not generically blended palate pleasers normally a dime a dozen in this category.
Nuvino carefully sources its wines from 4 distinct regions offering a broad panorama of flavors particularly if you are sampling each throughout a single tasting. You can literally fit all of them in your pockets and still have room for your phone and keys. Just don’t expect them to be at optimal serving temperature if you choose this mode of storage & transport.
- Sauvignon Blanc from Chile’s Maule dry (Mow-lay) Valley – Bursting with the fruitiness of green apples and white peaches, you get steely minerality balanced with springy citrus tempered with melon undertones.
- Chardonnay blend of unoaked Chardonnay defined by 2 of South Africa’s most popular Cape Wine microclimates: The cool ocean breezes of Stellenbosch and the robust ripening heat of Robertson. Distinctly floral across the palate while sipping.
- Malbec from the Maipu region of Argentina nestled in the eastern foothills of the majestic Andes mountains. Extreme high altitude conditions yield a deep violet wine laden with plum and black currant. A honeyed darker, more sophisticated flavor experience from nose to mouth feel.
- South-Eastern Australian Red Blend shaped along the banks of the Murray River in the Swan Hill wine region’s hot, dry summers and sandy soils allowing grapes to fully mature on the vine. Jammy bouquet, distinct brambleberry on the nose transitions onto the palate with faint eucalyptus & evergreen, and sophisticated grapiness.
Photos courtesy of Nuvino. Coverage made possible by participating in a sponsored tasting.