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d'Arenberg 6 pack

Australian Mixed White Case

This case of six includes white wines from around Australia. 

Producer: Colour: Mixed Case

£88.95 £84.00 per case

Tim Adams Fairfield Block Semillon

Tim Adams Fairfield Block Semillon

Tim Adams Fairfield Block Semillon

This aromatic wine has great balance and generous flavour typical of this variety grown in the Clare Valley.
Fermentation in new French oak has added complexity to the grassy and plush stone fruit characters of the Semillon.
The palate is textural and rich thanks to extended lees contact, without residual sweetness and has a long lingering finish.
It has diverse food compatibility—in particular with seafood and pasta and may be cellared for a decade with confidence.

 

For our full range of Tim Adams wines https://www.auswinesonline.co.uk/product-category/tim-adams/

For more information on the winery go to https://www.timadamswines.com.au/

Tim Adams Fairfield Block Semillon

3 in stock

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.

Keith Tulloch Chardonnay has a fine bright colour showing exceptional green hue and freshness. Aromatically, the notes are vibrant with great fruit drive, white fig perfumes mix with nectarine, pineapple and yellow melon. Beautiful elements of deluxe French oak support and deepen the bouquet, with delicate vanilla spiciness adding warmth and softness.
The palate glides with the wonderful harmony of primary and malolactic barrel fermentation; the mouth feel is yoghurt-like and glossy, with superb texture and persistence. Melon and fig flavours predominate, yet nectarine and pineapple brightness provides lift and focus onto a long finish.
Drink: Delicious now to 2026.
Food Match: Shellfish, poultry dishes, and soft cheeses.
Technical Data
Alcohol: 13.0%
pH: 3.26

To see our full range of Keith Tulloch products go to https://shop.keithtullochwine.com.au/

You can see our full range of Keith Tulloch products at https://www.auswinesonline.co.uk/product-category/keith-tulloch/

9 in stock

Botham Merrill Willis Chardonnay

Botham Merrill Willis Chardonnay

Botham Merrill Willis Chardonnay

Clean & delicate, displaying fig, nectarine, lime
The palate begins with a ripe citrus flavour, moving through to stone fruit

Botham Merrill Willis Chardonnay 2016

VINTAGE INFORMATION Preceding Winter and Spring rains were significantly lower than had been previously reducing crop potential in the important growth stages leading up to vintage. On average yields were down approximately 30% across many varieties in McLaren Vale. With fluctuating temperatures (18° – 37°C) in January and rainfalls in February resulted in slow ripening of the vines causing a ‘pause’ in vintage allowing ripening to occur at a more manageable rate. By the end of vintage, even with the lower crop yields, our fruit had more time to ripen ‘properly’ resulting in very good flavour concentration, acidity and structure.

WINEMAKERS NOTES The colour is a light straw with a hint of green. The aroma is clean and delicate, displaying fig, nectarine, lime and a hint of cucumber skin and meadow hay. The palate begins with a ripe citrus flavour, moving through to stone fruit and a touch of lantana. The mouthfeel contains a fine mineral structure reminiscent of European versions.

To find out more about the winery go to https://geoffmerrillwines.com.au/

The history of Mount Hurtle Winery stretches back more than 100 years to 1897 when a young Welshman, Mostyn Owen, bought 200 acres of prime Reynella hillside. Here he planted out 150 acres of vines and built a winery, where he ran the property and produced wine until he passed away in the 1940s.

The winery itself was considered very innovative for its time due to its use of gravity to feed wine throughout the cellars, and is Heritage listed because of this.

Today Mount Hurtle Winery is an oasis among suburbia, nestled amid 4 acres of vineyards and landscaped gardens. With an almost Tuscan charm, the original winery and 1500m2 barrel maturation cellar (completed in 1998) is now perfectly equipped to cope with the rigors of modern winemaking. A large family of geese and ducks also inhabit the winery grounds, especially the dam near the front entrance of the estate.

To see our full range of Geoff Merrill wines go to https://www.auswinesonline.co.uk/product-category/geoff-merrill-wines/

1 in stock

Allegory Sauvignon Blanc Semillon

Allegory Sauvignon Blanc Semillon

Allegory Sauvignon Blanc Semillon – The racy, vibrant blend of this  Sauvignon Blanc Semillon is the essence of everything good about Western Australia and our special coastal vineyards. Two great grapes harmoniously combined to produce a riotously fresh, fragrant and friendly wine. The pairing of these two famous grape varieties has, over time, evolved into the region’s signature white wine – nobody does it better!

Sauvignon is the star of the show. Upfront, fresh, lovely, highly aromatic, very showy. Semillon, on the other hand, is all about weight and viscosity, length and structure. The more reserved character, behind the scene, holding the show together.

Clear and pale straw in colour with lovely fresh fruit aromas of guava, pear and lemon zest tickled with wafts of jasmine florals. The palate shows apple, pear and passionfruit notes around a key lime citrus background. A bright, juicy wine with heaps of fruit flavour and a zesty acidity.
Cellaring
Enjoy now or over the next year

For more information on our full range of Allegory wines go to:  https://www.auswinesonline.co.uk/product-category/allegory/

To see more information on the winery go to https://www.howardparkwines.com.au/

The family owned business started in 1986 with the label Howard Park, its roots deeply imbedded in the Great Southern region of Western Australia. Today Howard Park sources fruit for its iconic wines from family owned vineyards throughout Leston and Allingham vineyards in Margaret River, and Mt Barrow and Abercrombie vineyards in the Great Southern.

Since 1992, Allegory have been producing an exciting range of contemporary, cool climate wines inspired by the wild, coastal and pure characteristics of Australia’s South West. Ranging from a vibrant Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot to a sweet Moscato, the flavour of the fruit is the primary character for all the Allegory wines. Located in Western Australia’s popular wine region, Allegory is regarded as one of best wineries in Margaret River. Life can’t be taken too seriously so come and join us in the madness.

27 in stock

H&V Eden Valley Riesling

H&V Eden Valley Riesling

H&V Eden Valley Riesling

Hill & Valley showcase the great diversity of the regions surrounding the winery. From the cooler Adelaide Hills to the elevated Eden Valley vineyards to those situated on the Barossa Valley floor, these ancient soils provide the base for great wines that speak of their origins.

Sourced from William Hurn’s vineyard in the northern Eden Valley, this vineyard is a star performer amongst the Peter Lehmann Wines’ growers, with fruit often being selected for our coveted flagship Wigan Riesling. The Hill & Valley Riesling is a classic example of a Peter Lehmann white wine, showing refined fruit purity and the hallmark minerality, typical of the Eden Valley. It can be enjoyed fresh in its youth or can be aged with confidence to develop the mature bottle complexity expected of a top flight Riesling from this famed sub-region.

Serve lightly chilled. It is a perfect aperitif and the ideal wine with fresh oysters, shellfish or pan-fried white fish.

To find out more about the winery go to https://www.peterlehmannwines.com/

To see our full range of products go to https://www.auswinesonline.co.uk/product-category/peter-lehmann-wines/

Barossa is one of the only wine regions in Australia to have neighbouring warm and cool climate growing conditions. Barossa Valley enjoys a warm Mediterranean climate characterised by hot dry summers, relatively low rainfall and low humidity, providing perfect conditions for growing grapes. The lower Barossa floor is drier, warmer and is ideally suited to growing iconic full bodied Shiraz. The higher altitude Eden Valley region has a cooler climate with abundant winter rainfall. The soil in Eden Valley is rocky and acidic, with shallow rock and shale that creates world class Rieslings.
Peter Lehmann Wines works collaboratively with over 140 growers across the length and breadth of the region, many of whom have been involved with the Peter Lehmann story for decades. Through these strong bonds and generations of working with the region’s finest grape-growers, Peter Lehmann Wines continues to craft a range of premium wines that speak of their origins.

H&V Eden Valley Riesling – great wine from a great winemaker

Out of stock

d'Arenberg Stump Jump Case

Stump Jump Sauvignon Blanc

Stump Jump Sauvignon Blanc

Clean, fresh and full of passionfruit, with lychee and gooseberries that dance across the palate.

Name It is rumoured that the inventor of the Stump Jump plough, which enabled a ploughshare to jump over tree roots, had poor eyesight and required regular tests to ensure he could still operate machinery. The design of this label is inspired by an optometrist’s eyechart and serves as a makeshift sobriety test. If you can hold the bottle at arm’s length and still read the front label, you can enjoy another glass.
The Winemaking -The grapes used in this wine underwent gentle crushing, temperature controlled fermentation and basket pressing prior to bottling.
The Vintage – Quite a wet winter with July, August and September being way above average in rainfall. October, November and December were a little below average and January, February and March were more or less bone dry. Temperatures were mild until late January, so vines seemed to be delayed and harvest appeared like it was again going to be late. However, a few hot days and nights brought the ripening forward with slight sacrifice of acidity. The above average temperatures of February and March and the dryness made everything ripen relatively quickly. Yields appeared on the lighter side, because the heat and dry conditions did reduce them significantly, however they were still quite respectable across all varieties.
The Wine – Strongly aromatic, with cut grass, tropical fruit and snow peas. The palate is bright and fresh, with zingy stone fruit and citrus. Simple yet refreshing, this wine should be chilled and slurped in summer.

To find out more about the d’Arenberg winery go to https://www.darenberg.com.au/

To see our full range of d’Arenberg product go to https://www.auswinesonline.co.uk/product-category/darenberg/

Stump Jump Sauvignon Blanc – another great entry level wine from the d’Arenberg winery

5 in stock

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