New World wines come from countries from Argentina and more, including the U.S., and are in hotter climates, which, generally speaking, causes wines from the New World to be fuller bodied and have bolder fruit flavours . They also tend to be higher in alcohol. New World countries include: the U.S., New Zealand, Argentina, Chile, Australia and South Africa.
Here is our best ones in 1 box. So you can discover them and made your choice for wine dinner.
1 bottle of Jail Break Zinfandel (California) This Zinfandel is simply fed up with the monotone jail life and decided to bust out with its own new style.
1 bottle of Misty Cove Estate Sauvignon Blanc (New Zealand) Typical Sauvignon from New Zealand. It already starts with the color: subtle green.
1 bottle of Pinot Noir Bodegas Escorihuela 1884 Estate Grown (Argentina) Bodegas Escorihuela Pinot Noir. Dry, intensely fruit wine.
1 bottle of Cavanza Sauvignon Blanc (Chile) This white from the famed winery has its fruit sourced from carefully selected sites
1 bottle of Basket Case Shiraz (Australia) Classic blend of cool climate and warmer climates further inland around berri, south Australia.
1 bottle of Palomar Cabernet Sauvignon Divino (Chile) Intense ruby red color. Round taste with soft tannins. Lots of red fruit and a fresh, balanced and long finish
If you come in contact with a person who sweepingly says they only drink one style or the other, share your knowledge and remind them that both styles have wonderful things to offer.