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Australian multi region case – white

This case of six includes wines from Tasmania, South Australia, New South Wales, Victoria and Western Australia. One Sparkling wine is included.

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£84.94 £80.00 per case

Keith Tulloch Chardonnay

Keith Tulloch Chardonnay

Keith Tulloch Chardonnay – This is a tight, bright, focused wine with a finer nucleus of fruit than usual, and this texture, balance and fine oak will therefore take longer in the bottle to integrate and develop. These characters open out with breathing to reveal the typical barrel ferment funkiness – peach, melon and passionfruit plus hints of smoky vanilla oak – combining in a harmonious Burgundy-like balance.

5 in stock

Tamar Ridge Devils Corner Sauvignon Blanc

Devils Corner Sauvignon Blanc

Tamar Ridge Devils Corner Sauvignon Blanc

Pronounced aromas of fresh cut grass with a wash of zesty lemons and a drizzle of asparagus. The fresh cut grass flows through to the palate with a hint of leafy green herbs. Overall a wine that is bursting with gentle mouthfilling fruit flavours while leading to a finish that is crisp and refreshing.

46 in stock

Richard Hamilton Sauvignon Blanc Semillon

Richard Hamilton Sauvignon Blanc Semillon

Richard Hamilton Sauvignon Blanc Semillon

Light pale straw with attractive green hues.
BOUQUET 
Fragrant, passionfruit, rose petal, cut grass – varietal Sauvignon Blanc.
PALATE 
A vibrant dry style showing full flavoured lingering passionfruit flavours and finishing crisp and zesty. 
FOOD SUGGESTIONS 
Perfect as an aperitif and complements fine, elegantly flavoured dishes of salmon and oysters. 
CELLARING POTENTIAL 
This wine is best enjoyed as a young fresh style demonstrating primary fruit characters.
WINEMAKING NOTES  
he fruit for this wine was sourced from two Adelaide Hills vineyards at Charleston and Meadows. At 400 m above sea level on free draining loams soils over limestone, their cool easterly aspect allowed us to capture the classic tropical and cut grass aroma’s for which Sauvignon Blanc is renowned. Dry in style, this wine can be enjoyed now with pan fried salmon or an aged cheddar. The Adelaide Hills region produces Australia’s finest examples of Sauvignon Blanc.
VINTAGE CONDITIONS
2015 had very low rainfall and warmer temperatures throughout the growing season resulting in an earlier harvest than would be expected. The resulting flavours of wines are quite intense.

4 in stock

Leconfield Syn Cuvee Blanc

Leconfield Syn Cuvee Blanc

Leconfield Syn Cuvee Blanc 

Colour:
Light Pale Straw with a persistent effervescent bead

Bouquet:
Deliciously clean, aromatic nose with a touch of peach and a dash of attractive yeast complex

Palate:
Elegant soft fruit palate in a drier style, and finishing with a clean acid finish. The wine has an excellent persistent mousse and velvety creaminess..

Food Suggestions:
Enjoy this wine as an aperitif, or at any time of the day when a few bubbles will augment the joy of life!

7 in stock

H&V Eden Valley Chardonnay

H&V Eden Valley Chardonnay

H&V Eden Valley Chardonnay – this delicate chardonnay offers a lovely balance of fruit with precise winemaking and cool barrel maturation preserving the piercing and pristine flavours within.

The Chardonnay grapes were picked at optimum ripeness to make a stylish but complex white wine with great varietal definition. The colour is delicate green, gold and the bouquet shows hints of freshly cut white peach and toasty nuances derived from barrel fermentation in high quality French oak hogsheads. The palate is tightly structured with a long, dry finish making this a wine that can be enjoyed now or cellared with confidence for another 4-5 years if so desired during which time it will become richer and more golden in colour.

15 in stock

Last Dry Dam Riesling

The Last Dry Dam Riesling

The Last Dry Dam Riesling  by d’Arenberg

Jasmine and orange blossom, along with lemon and lime characters leap from the glass. The sugar-acid balance from this fine vintage is unparalleled. While both are present, they manage to meld together creating a mouth-watering yet supple sherbet character, which finishes dry and mineral, not cloying in the slightest. A pleasure to drink right now, this wine will evolve elegantly for many years to come.

In 1992 our neighbours built a dam in which no water lay, as it was dry winter. The next year it rained but the dam was jinxed and didn’t hold water. We still hold the blame. Some people mix the name around, calling the wine ‘The Dam Dry Riesling’, which in some years is truer than others.  A dry dam is bad news for our neighbouring farmers, but promises good results for our old, dry-grown, lowyielding vines. 

The sugar-acid balance from this fine vintage is impeccable. While both are present, they manage to meld together creating a mouth-watering yet supple sherbet character, which finishes dry and mineral, not cloying in the slightest. A pleasure to drink right now, this wine will evolve elegantly for many years to come.

 

3 in stock

2 in stock

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