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 – ‘Savouriness’ is the x-factor, perhaps. Some judicious lees, barrel or ‘work’ in winery to extract a little more than fruitiness. Here’s a good example. It’s hard to put a finger on it but there’s just something ‘really good’ about this wine. Pitch perfect tropical fruit, citrus, florals and faint nuttiness in perfume. The palate has enough volume to offer power and depth, some saline mineral charm, fresh fruitiness and great length, but in amongst all that it feels fresh and so very easy to drink.
James Halliday – Bringing white peach, pear, and a smear of wild honey (plus that rarest of its type, calm acidity) into a coherent whole speaks of the winemaker’s skill and quality of the fruit with equal clarity. This is a gem; no wonder much of its wine is consumed on the island. 13% alc, screwcap. 97 points. James Halliday, The Weekend Australian
Wine Enthusiast – The latest nonvintage from Australia’s most famous Tasmanian sparkling producer is a tasty drop at a bargain price. A blend of Champagne’s three classic varieties, this bottling combines fruit from the north and south of the island. Eighteen months on lees results in a bubbly that is mostly fruit driven—lemon, apple and pear—with the yeast-derived brioche notes serving as a backdrop. Wine Enthusiast