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Savour The Return Of Our Bestsellers With These Six Popular Pours!

Our bestsellers are back and now’s a good time as any to uncork the whole bunch of our most popular wines.
A great wine is like a good old friend and tasting it is a fine memory that we retain and collect like a precious gem. And over the past many months, so our frequent and faithful oenophile buyers have taken up stock of so many of our wines, thereby bestowing them with the haloed status of bestseller. Wine Park’s diverse selection of bestsellers is testament to the evolving Indian palate for international wines.

Indians love their wines and also know their wines and aren’t so much influenced by the producer’s  reputation and awards but the wine’s flavours and style. The buying decision turns on that most simple question : Do I like this wine? And here’s a handpicked clutch of bottles that got an overwhelming nod, ranging from northern Italian ferments that straddle intense fruit and charm, the world’s most talked about French rose, a hedonistic South African red wine blend  that tastes better than chocolate

Tenuta Sant Antonio, Scaia White 2019
We’re especially delights to welcome back the popular Scaia family to our collection. This unique and sprightly white wine blend marries Garganega and Chardonnay to turn out a refreshing and floral style, tasting of citrus, pineapple, and mango with nice acidity. So many good reasons to crack open this Vivino 4.1 rated Italian pleaser.
Bisol, Belstar Cult, Prosecco Extra Dry NV
Italian ferments figure prolifically among our bestsellers and this exuberant bubbly amply justifies the buyer bias. This pour is one of Italy’s finest Proseccos, bursting with citrus and apple tempered by minerality, making for the perfect afternoon aperitif. Don’t wait for an occasion to pop this one. Simply celebrate yourself and pop the cork on this sparkler today.
Susana Balbo, Crios Malbec 2018
Wine Park takes special pride in listing ferments vinified by Argentina’s first woman winemaker that always delight the palate and this Mendoza Malbec, produced from grapes handpicked in high altitude vineyards, particularly raises the bar. singing with floral and red fruit notes, followed by flavours of cherries, blackberries and spice, finishes long.
The Chocolate Block 2019
The name is an eye catcher and the wine, a hands down winner. The vision of unconventional South African wine making genius Marc Kent from family estate Boekenhoutskloof, this opulent red blends five noble grapes an, beams with flavours of blackberry, vanilla and signature dark chocolate with sinful texture that pervades this wine as it tapers leisurely towards a long finish.
Man Family, Pinotage, Bostok 2019
Another South African bestseller that returns with its latest vintage, this uniquely local invention is produced in a wholesome style by the boutique Man Family estate. The elegant red shows a palate of opulent fruits like plum and blackberry and a whiff of dark chocolate. A sublime balance of soft tannins and acidity caps the credentials of this gourmet red.
Tenuta Sant Antonio, Scaia Corvina Red 2018
One can’t get enough of the Scaia range. Our inventory records for the 2020-21 is record proof of that – this sumptuous Veneto red, lovingly vinified by a band of brothers is being snapped up by oenophiles who’ve patiently waited. So before stocks run out again, discover the sumptuous red wine produced from the Corivina grape that impresses with notes of cherries, plum and pepper, cradled by supple tannins, finishing long.