This Pinot Gris from Orange NSW displays floral aromas, with hints of green apple, nashi pear and ginger spice. The rich mid-palate is balanced by natural citrus acidity giving the wine a long refreshing finish. A perfect match for dishes with Asian flavours.
This Gewurztraminer is sourced from the cool climate region of Orange, NSW. The region is known for producing highly aromatic wines as this wine demonstrates. The nose is a floral bouquet of rose petals and Turkish delight. The palate is a textural mix of lychee, pears and a dash of ginger spice. A great wine on its own it also matches well with spicy Asian dishes.
This Sauvignon Blanc from the cool climate region of Orange in NSW exhibits classic aromas of lychee and snow pea. Passionfruit and snow pea flavours are also evident on the palate finishing with a tangy citrus finish. Enjoy now with a range of salads, seafood and white meat dishes.
This Rose can only be described as vibrant, in every aspect of colour, aroma and flavour. Delivering on this promise is a perfumed mix of juicy red berries with a soft palate and a crisp refreshing finish. Made in a style to be enjoyed now whilst young and lively, this Rose is the perfect accompaniment to a barbeque on a warm summer’s afternoon.
This Pinot Noir from the Derwent Valley in Tasmania displays lifted perfumed aromas of raspberry and dark cherries. The palate is medium bodied with layers of ripe berry fruit and savoury undertones with a silky texture. This Pinot is well suited to many red meat dishes, especially duck, and is exciting to drink now or can be cellared with confidence for up to five years.
This blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot from the elevated cool climate region of Orange in New South Wales exhibits pretty aromas of blackberries, violets and tobacco leaf. Vibrant fruit flavours of blueberry and mulberry follow through to the palate with bitter chocolate and a touch of clove spice to finish. This wine is the perfect accompaniment to hearty beef dishes and is ready to drink now or be rewarded with short term cellaring up to 4 years.