• By: OLM Staff

Best Wines from Around the World




This signature wine from the Emiliana winery means “Chilean Oak” in honour of the trees that surround the vineyard that supply grapes for the blend. Emiliana Coyam has been honoured by critics and industry-leading publications – garnering 93 points from James Suckling, 92 from Wine Advocate, and 90 from WineAlign.

This elegant and complex wine has a bouquet of cherries, plums, blueberries and blackberries. The fresh and very fruity palate has a freshness that comes from good acidity, concentration and structure that leads into a lingering finish.



Bordeaux Supérieur

The wine-makers knows perseverance is necessary in order to come out on top. The actual château was destroyed during the French Revolution, later rebuilt, and has been completely renovated. Château Timberlay has been regularly awarded top scores in its long history – Most recently, the varietal received a score of 87 points from Wine Spectator for the 2014 vintage. The Château Timberlay Bordeaux Supérieur has a complex bouquet of prunes, bell peppers, cedar and smoky notes that are followed by rich flavours that give in to a long and balanced finish.




This premium Spanish winery has no shortage of accolades and awards for its 2011 Reserva. James Suckling gave the wine a score of 92 points, while Wine Enthusiast gave it 91 for its spicy notes and hints of vanilla and black fruits that mingle with nuances of liquorice and mint. Montecillo Reserva is an ideal companion for grilled or barbecued red meats and stews.



Alfredo Second Pass Shiraz

This second-pass shiraz is sourced from the Nugan family’s premium vineyards in Riverina, Australia.

The use of the “Alfredo” Dry Grape Shiraz adds to the wine’s intensity. The wine is matured in French and American oak for 12 months resulting in a quality wine with a complex palate of ripened raspberries, blueberries and dark chocolate that earned 90 points from James Suckling.




This Bordeaux-style blend has aromas of graham cracker, lush berry and pastry that are perfectly framed by acidity and the spicy, complex flavours of blackberry and cassis. Bodega Norton Privada’s superior quality has received many accolades within the industry including scores of 95 points from Tim Atkin, 94 from Wine & Spirits and 91 from Wine Spectator.