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...very pleasant to drink. APPELLATION: Adelaide Hills. VINEYARD: Vineyards located in Balhannah and Lenswood. GRAPES: Sauvignon Blanc. AGEING: Aging on lees. PREPARATION: hand-picked grapes cold fermentation in stainless steel. Produced from sustainable...
“- From a standout year and marking the 29th vintage of this wine, this has a distinct pink grapefruit flavour profile, mid-palate weight and texture and a fine acidity.
- Bright and aromatic, it has become known as a benchmark for Adelaide Hills and Australian Sauvignon Blanc.”
Berton Vineyards Berton Vineyards was established in 1996 by Bob and Cherie Berton when they purchased a block of land in High Eden, a subregion of the Barossa Valley, South Australia. This idyllic property sits 450m above sea level on gently rolling...
“Viognier, which is highly esteemed in the old world, is forging a strong reputation in Australia as a complex, full bodied and flavoursome alternative to Chardonnay. Bertons Metal Label Viognier is a fantastic example: with fresh flavours of citrus zest and tropical fruits that fill the palate...”
...and salted caramel. Mouth: well balanced, full, soft tannins, a long and tasty end. APPELLATION: Barossa Valley. VINES: Charles Melton GRAPES: Grenache 49%, 48% Shiraz, Mataro 3% and 3% Mouvedre. AGEING: Two years in barrels and French oak predominantly...
“- This wine is deep red in colour with a hint of an amber edge.
- The nose is intense with ripe red fruit flavours intermingled with sweet spice and salted caramel.
- Beautifully balanced with a plump mouthfeel and soft tannins, it culminates in a long savoury finish.”
...explosion of dark and exotic fruits on the palate, APPELLATION: Barossa Valley. VINEYARD: low-yielding old vines. GRAPES: Shiraz. AGEING: Aged for 12 months in French barrels. Base wine aged on lees for two years. PREPARATION: skins during fermentation...
“- Beautifully deep in colour with a persistent fine bead. The bouquet shows hints of satsuma, plum and black cherry leading to an explosion of dark exotic fruits on the palate. A very special sparkling red for times of celebration.
- Intensely flavoured Shiraz grapes from old, low-yielding vines...”
“A lovely red that presents fine velvety tannins which go perfectly with the intense palate of ripe blackberries and blackcurrant jam. Its complexity and depth persist to a long flavour-some finish with just a touch of vanillin oak.
Gold Medal: China Wine & Spirits Awards (2015 vintage)”
...Mouth: delicate palate, gradual development, with delicious fruits and fine tannins. APPELLATION: Barossa Valley. VINES: Shiraz vineyard from Stephanie, Mataro Chri-ro vineyard planted in 1972, Grenache from Vineyard Western Ridge planted in the early...
“- "Brilliant crimson colour, very bright, almost glowing and pales a little at the rim; pure, fragrant aroma at times floral and violets come to mind but also showing warm climate richness and ripeness; the palate is much more delicate than that of single varietal Shiraz and builds...”
...long lingering finish leaving a pleasant acidity on the palate.APPELLATION: Margaret River VINEYARD: Prepared by Stella Bella. It has a total of 5 vineyards distributed south of the town of Margaret River in Western Australia state, southwest of Australia....
“- Red with light purple hues.
- Plum fruit leather, mulberry and cherries with hints of menthol and subtle oak derived aromas of clove, nutmeg and cedar.
- Medium weight but full of vibrant cherries, red and black currants and cedar oak. Structural with powdery tannins and juicy, vibrant acidity....”
“- Appearance: Pale straw.
- Aroma: Elder flowers, black currants and gooseberries with nettles and sweet herbs, yellow and pink citrus zest and just a dash of vanilla pod spice.
- Palate: A bundle of flavours layers and textures. Lemon /lime citrus all fresh and crunchy. Exotic veils of sweet...”
“The fruit for Wombat Hill is grown in and around the Murray River region of South Eastern Australia which is Australia's largest winegrape producing area. The Reserve Shiraz is deepest dark red with a very youthful and vibrant garnet hue. The aromas are powerful and complex with a wealth of fruit...”
...and hints of dark chocolate, a palate with a youthful finish. APPELLATION: Barossa Valley. VINEYARD: Name: Lionheart of Dandelion, with old vines, over 10 years, growing into one of the oldest land on the planet. GRAPES: Shiraz. AGEING: After 18 months...
TASTING NOTES OF Mount Langi Ghiran Billi Billi Shiraz : View: dense and deep purple. Nose: A nose of red berries and attractive delicious spices. Mouth: rich notes of plum and dark berry fruit with spice complexity. Great depth of flavor and length....
“Bursting with aromas and flavours of fruits of the forest with hints of warm spice.
Originally established in the 1870s, Mount Langi is nestled in the Grampians at the southern end of the Great Dividing Range in Victoria and is one of Australia's most distinguished wine producers.
TASTING NOTES: View: D'Arenberg The Peppermint Paddock Sparkling Chambourcin has a profound aspect of vibrant mousse black crimson purple with a persistent strand that can only be described as a "ring of pearls". A rare and wonderful sight in the sparkling...
“Upon release this wine exhibits a deep appearance of vibrant black, crimson-purple mousse with a fine persistent bead that looks simply inviting. The aroma is initially restrained but as it opens up the level of fruit richness and concentration becomes quite obvious. The aromas are dry, dominated...”
TASTING NOTES OF Little Yering Pinot Noir : View: bright cherry red. Nose: aromas of strawberry, red cherry, notes of game meat, complemented by the subtle vanillin oak. Mouth: The palate well structured and persistent with great depth of fruit and flavors...
“Aromas and flavours of fruits of the forest intertwined with spices.
Victoria's first vineyard, Yering Station, was originally planted in 1838. Despite the threat of Phylloxera and the property narrowly avoiding grubbing up to be used as a permanent dairy farm, the vineyard ultimately...”
TASTING NOTES OF Rocland Estate Chocolate Dark Chocolate Shiraz 2016 : View: deep red blackberry. Nose: aromas of coffee, chocolate, blackberries and sweet spices and vanilla oak. Mouth: soft tannins and a lingering fruity finish. APPELLATION: Barossa...
...flavours inside each bottle include lime, grapefruit, and Chardonnay grapes. APPELLATION: South East VINEYARD: The Tooma River winery is located, as the name implies, near the Tooma River, New Wales, Australia. This part of the country is unique, as is...
“Chardonnay thrives in the warm and sun kissed Australian vineyard - delivering an unmistakeably vibrant and fruit driven style This wine is no exception and is packed with grapefruit, lime and melon flavours, all bound up with a zesty, crisp citrus balance which cuts through to the finish A...”
TASTING NOTES Dandelion Vineyards Shiraz Lionheart of the Barossa 2016: View: intense crimson, purple reflections. Nose: Blue fruit, red plums, ripe blackberries, spices, hot pepper, hints of bramble and bitter chocolate. Mouth: generous mouth, sweet...
“TASTING NOTES OF Dandelion Vineyards Lionheart Of The Barossa Shiraz 375ml 2016:
- View: carmeswí intense, youthful purple highlights.
- Nose: spices, pepper, blackberry and hints of chocolate.
- Mouth: rich, raspberries, blackberries and spices like hoisin. A long wine with firm tannins and...”
TASTING NOTES OF Hollick Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot 2012 : View: ruby red, medium intensity. Nose: subtle aromas of raspberry, rose and violet. Mouth: blueberries, plums, soft, pleasant and perfectly balanced tannins. APPELLATION: Coonawarra. VINES:...
“- Appearance: Medium intensity ruby red.
- Aromas: Subtle aromas of raspberry, roses and violets.
- Flavours: Blueberries, plums and supple tannins combine to provide an enjoyable and perfectly balanced wine. The Hollick Tannery Block style is a good accompaniment to food, with its softer...”
“<p>Mount Langi Ghiran Billi Billi Shiraz has spice and floral notes on the nose are indicative of the cool-climate growing conditions of the Grampians. <p><p>Luscious red and black fruits with finely structured tannins and mouth-watering acidity.<p>”
...fleshy, ripe and silky tannins, an unusual texture, sweet and easy to drink finish. APPELLATION: McLaren Vale. VINES: 16 Stops GRAPES: Shiraz. PAIRING: hard cheeses like Comté, red meats such as beef, roasts, steak with pepper, ALCOHOL CONTENT: 14.5%
“- This deep coloured Shiraz is youthful and vibrant, with a lovely dark fruit and spiced plum character on the nose.
- The oak supports rather than masks the fruit, which is bright and lively yet plush and fleshy on the palate.
- The tannins are ripe and silky, giving the wine a texture that is...”