One of Each

One of Each

Wine comes in all shapes and sizes and types! We've done the hard work for you here. Bundling together one of each kind. A red, white and orange! The three best types, ready to go! Patrick Sullivan - 2023 ChardonnayIs this the best Aussie chardy at this price in the country right now? We think so. Patrick Sullivan has built a name synonymous with fine Australian chardonnay. He welcomes the first wine of 2023 with the inaugural release of his namesake, the Patrick Sullivan Chardonnay. This rel...Read More...

Wine comes in all shapes and sizes and types! We've done the hard work for you here. Bundling together one of each kind. A red, white and orange! The three best types, ready to go!

Patrick Sullivan - 2023 Chardonnay
Is this the best Aussie chardy at this price in the country right now? We think so. Patrick Sullivan has built a name synonymous with fine Australian chardonnay. He welcomes the first wine of 2023 with the inaugural release of his namesake, the Patrick Sullivan Chardonnay. This release continues to pay homage to the volcanic soils of Southern Australia through its balance of richness, defined fruit and minerality. The vineyards are located on the unique limestone coast. All share a common shallow volcanic top layer with complimenting subsoils of limestone and basalt. This part of Australia is the third largest volcanic plain on earth, still harbouring some 400 dormant volcanos. Patrick spent many years of his childhood in this region and is incredibly excited to share this fine example of Australian chardonnay with you.

Giovanni Armani Giorgio - 2022 Bianco Superioré
A chatty toucan with a fruit basket on his head. White wine that doesn’t think too much. Lemon pith, pineapple juice and drops of passionfruit. A winemaker and a graphic designer walk into a bar, what could go wrong? Nothing in this case, except an array of wines created in the Italian spirit of partying. Steve Crawford (Frederick Stevenson Wines) and Carlo Jensen (Pink Moon Saloon, Gondola Gondola) are the duo behind it, the winemaker and the graphic designer respectively. 

Les Fruits - 2023 Collines
A blend of D4V2 from our leased site in Ironbank and 114 and 115 from high up at Ashton. A very small amount of whole bunch with fairly vigorous ferments to blow off the reduction characteristic of the vintage. Aged in used hogsheads for 10 months. Medium density soft cherry red, the Ashton component significantly lightening the colour. Fairly savoury aromatic profile with moderate concentration of darker fruits and lots of earth and spice. As it warms more and more dark rose perfume comes up. The palate is fairly rich with a great all around texture and a well blended mix of darker and red fruit elements but the fresh acidity highlights the finer fruit and spice notes towards the finish. Tannins are present to support the richness. This will please nicely for the price! - Tim Stock, Winemaker

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