Soho Revolver Selection Blend
A “fully loaded” life
Carter’s Jomara vineyard, Onetangi, Waiheke Island
Multiple gold medals, 5 star accolades & Business Class Air NZ
Hand harvested, each vintage the Blend’s componentry changes to include a selection or all red varietals grown on the vineyard Merlot, Malbec, Syrah, Petit Verdot, Cabernet Franc. New oak (44%)
Coopers: Alain Fouquet & Demptos
An amalgamation of stunning fruit, stylish oak & layers of integral texture. Ripe blackberries, blackcurrants & cigar meld with juicy black doris plum. A superbly weighted palate framed by chocolatey tannins & great length.
A velvet revolver designed for superior concealment.
Raymond Chan Wine Reviews
Deep, ruby-red, faintly lighter on edge. The bouquet is elegantly presented, toasty oak penetrating vanilla, nutmeg and cedar underlying cassis, blackberries, plums and violet. Full-bodied, succulent aromas of cassis, blackberries and plums melded with a hint of mint and violet; cedar and spice fill with palate with breadth. The fruit is vibrant and succulent with excellent acid balance and depth. Fine-grained oak detail presents a stylish, smooth mouthfeel that lends a long finish. This poise structured red blend with elegance and power shows succulent fruit, stylish oak and layers. Match with venison and ribeye steak over the next 8+ years.
Sam Kim - Wine Orbit
A splendid rendition showing enticing aromas of blackcurrant, dark plum, spicy oak, olive and floral, leading to a concentrated palate exhibiting excellent weight and depth. Refined and classically structured by fine chalky tannins, finishing impressively long and elegant. At its best: now to 2035.
Cameron Douglas - MS
A very enticing bouquet with core aromas of dark reb berries with wood smoke and spice scents. Cassis and dark chocolate, plum and dark cherry, anise and clove. COmplex, youthful and enticing. Delicious on the palate with a core of dark red berry fruit flavours that reflect the bouquet. Spices and wood smoke, barrel flavours of anise and vanilla, clove and smoke. Firm youthful tannins and acidity combine to form a decent foundation and mouthfeel. Fruit flavours reflect each variety from dark berries to spice, wood and lees complexities. Well made with best drinking from 2025 through 2035.