Delicious flavours of cherry and plum, with hints of nutmeg and chocolate integrate smoothly through the vanilla oak. Robust yet refined this elegant, cool climate Shiraz features delightful drive, length and supple tannins. Enjoyable now for its wonderful flavours, or savour over the next decade.
With its rich, delicate flavours, this wine pairs beautifully with a Sunday roast lamb, an Italian casserole or eggplant parmigiana.
Fantastic now, but will also age gracefully for years.
|Date Bottled||June 2015|
Crystal clear with a dash of lime green.
Ultra-light, celadon green colour with almost mineral spring facial stripes. Well balanced with a bit of natural residual sugar to round up an innate zesty acidity, typical of cool climate Sauvignon Blanc.
This Sauvignon Blanc releases tropical aromas such as lychee, passionfruit, feijoa and limes, all of them accompanied with whiffs of fresh herbs.
Best served with Tasmanian salmon, Cantonese dishes, and Thai curries.
Blueberry, cassis, chocolate, hints of violets and subtle Pyrenees mint aromas lead to a rich palate of black currants and anise, incorporating the supple tannins and mocha from the well integrated French oak. Elegant and well structured, this wine will evolve superbly for many years.
Pale straw green, almost limey in colour.
This Chardonnay shows intense aromas of fresh peaches, limes, grapefruit, guava, and hints of lemongrass. Oak contributes to the creamy vanilla, butterscotch, white pepper and ash notes, enhancing its complexity.
This Chardonnay would be best served with grilled white fish, sashimi dishes, or fresh oysters.
Delicious now, and has great years ahead. Serve lightly chilled.
Sourced from 32 years old vines planted on rocky loam soils, located on the Central eastern slopes of the Pyrenees ranges at 280 metres. The grapes were machine harvested mid-February, crushed, de-stemmed and pressed into French and Hungarian oak barrels (five years old). Fermentation took place over 15 days with selected yeast. The wine was kept on lees contact for a further three months. Finally, after five months the wine was racked and stabilised (protein and tartrate) and prepared for bottling.
Rich, crimson red colour with dark violet after tones.
This wine releases intense and diverse aromas such as raspberries, plums, fresh cocoa beans, and mocha-like notes. It is a medium-bodied wine, carrying smooth and powdery fine tannins and a sensually round palate.
This wine would be best served with rich grilled red meats, prosciutto, scallops, grilled tuna and blue-vein cheese dishes.
Drink now, and will age gracefully.
Sourced from 21 years old vines planted rocky loam soils, located on the Central eastern slopes of the Pyrenees ranges at 280 metres. The grapes were handpicked in early-April, crushed, de-stemmed and pressed into stainless tank. Fermentation took place over 19 days with selected yeast, after this the wine was transferred into French oak barrels (four years old). The wine was kept on lees contact for a further four months. Finally, after six months the wine was racked, stabilised and prepared for bottling.
|Date Bottled||June 2015|