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The Wine Front – This is a pretty, refreshing rosé with juicy fruit flavour flowing attractively throughout. It’s pale in colour and essentially dry in style, though there’s plenty to hold onto in flavour terms. Pear, nectarine, and strawberry flavours combine well before the wine turns dry and textural through the finish. It’s a pretty easy wine to enjoy, in summary. 90 Points. Campbell Mattinson, Winefront
The Wine Front – Invariably lovely wines from Onannon. Nectarine, ripe grapefruit, vanilla wafer biscuit, a little spice and flint. Smooth and even delivery of ripe Chardonnay flavour, a creamy gloss with a ripe citrus tang, a little bit savoury, a little bit fruity, but finds ideal balance for pleasurable drinking. Finish offers watermelon rind and lime zest, and goes pretty long. 94 points. Gary Walsh, The Wine Front June 2021
The Wine Front – This is a finely crafted Pinot gris with both elegance and flavour on its side. It tastes of pear and grapefruit mostly though there’s a floral, almost honeysuckle-like aspect here too. This feels ultra-faithful to a ‘summer fruits’ vibe; at various times I saw lime and fuzzy peach in the wine but mostly it smells and tastes of a bowl of fruit, fresh picked. That’s a pretty good way for a wine to present. 90 Points. Campbell Mattinson, Winefront
The Wine Front – In excellent form, as is the entire Scorpo range. White pepper melts into black cherry-plum and woodsmoke. Offers a good burst of ripe fruit but it's characterised by its pepperiness. Spicy tannin spins through the finish. I can't recall a better Scorpo shiraz.
James Halliday – This is almost black, with a shot of red/purple. It's not a wallflower. There are plenty of steadfast grainy tannins reined in by a ribbon of acidity. Smells great, tastes even better: black cherries, exotic spices plus sumac, the flavours are intense and satisfying. It opens up more and more, revealing a gloss across the full-bodied palate. Jane Faulkner Published 13 August 2021
The Wine Front – On target for a comfortable mesh of chardonnay fruit flavour and a racier acid line running through the wine. Sits well in glass with its green apple, nectarine, sandalwood and faint fern-herbal character. The palate is edgy in its texture, like a starched sheet, long though, and offers layers of fruit and gentle savouriness. Very pleasant stuff here.
The Wine Front – It’s from a number of sites across the Peninsula and its quality (and value) is very good. It’s a dry, savoury pinot with ample fruit and fine grooves of tannin. Complex, interesting, well scaffolded and satisfying through the finish. There’s a woodsmoke note, lots of black cherry, a tangy cranberried character and a late rise of redcurrant to the aftertaste. Plenty to see and experience. We’re into impeccable territory once again.
The Wine Front – A beautiful single-site chardonnay from the Mornington Peninsula. Brilliant straw in colour but long and racy. This really has its skates on, and it pulls more than enough flavour along with it. Flint, meal, grapefruit and stone fruit with fig and cider-like characters. Plenty going on but contained and whole. Terrific length. Just enough razzle-dazzle. Excellent.
The Wine Front – "Struck match, pink grapefruit, pear skin, a wee bit of caramel butter, fennel and spice. It’s tight, tangy, all the citrus fruits, juicy and tangy, fresh and chalky, some pithy bitterness, and a long firm finish offering plenty of zing and zest. Excellent. A lot of energy and coiled power here. 94 Points Tasted: Oct21 13.5% alc. $48. Screwcap. Drink: 2021 - 2025+"- Gary Walsh, The Wine Front.
The Wine Front – You can’t but admire the dry spiciness of this wine. It smells and tastes authentic, pure, savoury, and attractive, its strawberry-cherry, sweet-sour flavours laid with earth, spice and twig notes galore ... it does everything right, particularly in flavour-profile and shape-of-palate terms. It’s drinking a treat already but there’s no real hurry. - 92 Points (Campbell Mattinson, Winefront)