Morris Any Other Reds Wines
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Morris Any Other Reds Wines
Colour: Deep red with purple overtones. Bouquet: Lifted fresh aromas of blackberry and spice fruits, complexed with cedar influence. Palate: Rich and yet supple with concentrated berry and dark chocolate flavours supported with soft tannins to a long persistent finish.
Old vines and decades of experience result in a full-throated yet supple and satisfying wine, a benchmark for the variety.
Colour: Deep red with vibrant purple overtones. Bouquet: Ripe spicy fruit of plum and violets complexed with integrated oak. Palate: Full bodied wine with rich generous plum fruit flavours integrated with fruit and oak tannins providing texture and structure with a great flavour persistence.
COLOUR Red with purple overtones. BOUQUET Ripe berry fruit with spice and savoury notes with subtle oak influence. PALATE Ripe berry characters, soft and smooth with a good length of lingering flavours rounded with fruit and oak tannins.
Colour: Deep ruby. Bouquet: Rich and intense, displaying ripe plums, liquorice and earthy spice, supported by well integrated savoury oak. Palate: Full bodied and densely structured, with ripe, robust fruit flavours across the mid palate and sweet fruit tannins providing texture and persistence.
About as concentrated and as robust as Rutherglen reds should ever be, this powerful, tarry red has rather a wild and meaty aroma of briary cooked prune-like fruit, chocolate and creamy oak and a whiff of antiseptic Youthful, firm and linear, its thickly proportioned depth of plum/prune flavour stays just this side of over-ripe, delivering deeply spicy and lingering game-like qualities.
Extracted and powerful, this firm, fruit-driven and rustic cellar style delivers meaty, licorice-like flavours of baked blackberries, currants and chocolate, with undertones of old oak, spices and bitumen, its palate is closed, dark and brooding, while there's a floral aspect to its restrained perfume. Cloaked in powerful, chalky tannin, it needs time to become less of a bruiser.
Medium red-purple; a complex bouquet ranging through dark fruits, spice and chocolate, then the expected powerful palate, with attractive dark chocolate and blackberry flavours; the tannins, extract and alcohol (only 14°) are all under control.
This fits that description: it's sweetly perfumed, exotic, alcoholic, floral and raspberryish. The wine has some opulence, a hint of portiness and good richness and length. Generous tannin but not enough to scare us off. It has a kind of hot-climate Mediterranean feel about it. It's good in its outsized style. We'd have it with beef Wellington.
Powerful and concentrated black fruits; potent tannins which are nonetheless in balance. Touches of spice; almost elegant.
There's real rustic charm here, and a sort of timelessness. Despite a whisper more of oak influence than custom might dictate, this is probably the sort of flavoursome red wine our grandfathers might have sipped, if they ever sipped red wine of course! It smells and tastes of syrupy dark berries, spiced raisins and dark chocolate, with good palate lushness, weight and impact. Firm tannins follow along in power mode. Rutherglen red at its (almost) traditional best. Good with BBQ rump steak.
Bright, clear colour; a lively mix of red and black fruits plus spice; overall has a certain delicacy.
Tangy/spicy, almost leafy overtones to the red berry fruits; has a lively, fresh finish. Impressive example of cinsaut.
Inky/minerally aromas with dark plums and violets underneath, and a grippy, astringent palate with chocolaty fruit in the background and some very nice fruit sweetness. 5+
Honest, but lighter wine whose meaty, spicy aromas of plums and blueberries, prunes and currants, have sweet vanilla oak and floral undertones. Ripe and forward, then slightly hollow, its sweet, rather cooked and meaty prune/currant fruit qualities overlie nuances of blueberries and blackberries, before finishing soft and smooth.
Dark, deep black-red; as massive and huge as ever, with dense prune and blackcurrant aromas; dark chocolate joins the fray on a mouthfilling palate which, however, is not excessively tannic.
Full red-purple; ripe prune, liquorice, hay and straw aromas announce a potently ripe wine on the palate with masses of prune and blackberry flavour. There is no oak influence, not excessively tannic.
Never a blushing violet, this deep-coloured red has loads of traditional Rutherglen character. It's powerful and rather old-fashioned with a porty veneer to jammy dark-berry and vanilla-essence aromas. The palate is full-bodied with smooth plum and berry flavours, alcoholic warmth and dry tannins. Serve it with steak and kidney pie.
Fragrant raspberry and red cherry aromas and flavours; light to medium-bodied and soft tannins; drink now.