All wines over $25 per bottle will be vintage specific. In the case the listed vintage is out of stock, we will inform you via email for approval to go ahead.
The Wine Front – GARY WALSH - THE WINE FRONT This is our regular Provence rosé, and I’d reckon we’ve knocked off (easily) more than 20 bottles since last spring, so I thought I’d better push out a note. Pale. White peach and redcurrant, a bit of tang and ruby red grapefruit, light chalky feel, freshness and vibrancy. Good zesty length. Such a good drink. It keeps you coming back for more…
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
Huon Hooke – 'Palish pink colour with youthful purple-ish tinges. The aroma is smoky and reductive at first, savoury and understated on the palate, very dry and subtle with elegance and line. Smoked charcuterie. This has delicacy, balance and harmony, the finish cleansing and very dry.' 92 POINTS Huon Hooke | The Real Review
The Wine Front – Spicy, peppery, dried herb and floral perfume, white cherry and pink grapefruit. It’s dry with a grainy and chalky grip, subtle but engaging flavour profile, a coolness to acidity, and a dusty finish of crunch and excellent length, a little amaro tang in the aftertaste. Texture is a highlight in this high cheekboned style of rosato. 93 points. Gary Walsh, The Wine Front August 2021
James Halliday – 50% pinot noir, 50% grenache. 4 hours skin contact, cool ferment with wild yeast. Interesting combination of varieties, with the sweet strawberry character of pinot and more savoury influence of grenache. The end result is attractive red berry fruit on the bouquet and palate, good texture and flavour, and a nicely dry finish. Very well balanced overall. - Steven Creber, 1 August 2019.