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Auswines Christmas Entertaining Case

Auswines Seasonal Case – 1

Auswines Entertaining Case

Six wines for the perfect lunch. Two red, two white, some fizz and a sweetie.

To see our full range of cases go to https://www.auswinesonline.co.uk/product-category/other/mixed-cases/

 

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£84.94 £80.00 per case

Campbells Rutherglen Muscat (37.5cl)

Campbells Rutherglen Muscat (37.5cl)

Campbells Rutherglen Muscat (37.5cl), a great aussie sweetie.

Fresh raisin fruit backed by a hint of fortifying spirit and aged oak characters. Luscious mouthfilling raisin fruit followed by cleansing spirit.

To see our full range of Campbell’s wines go to https://www.auswinesonline.co.uk/product-category/campbells/

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

 

5 in stock

Devil's Corner Sparkling

Devil's Corner Sparkling

Tamar Ridge Devil’s Corner Sparkling

Tasmania continues to grow in reputation as the home of Australia’s leading sparkling wines. This sparkling wine represents the best of our cool-climate crafted wines.

Color: A pale, straw-coloured sparkling wine with medium bead and good persistence.
Aroma: The emphasis is on the bright and lively aromas of ripe new season’s apples and a citrus fruit tang
Palate: This wine has a well-balanced palate dominated by fresh crunchy apple, a touch of citrus and just a hint of yeasty complexity. It is lively and fresh in the mouth with a good persistence of flavour and a finish that is dry and refreshing.
Wine Analysis: Alc/Vol: 12%
Peak Drinking: Until 2020
Growing Conditions: Premium cuvée for sparkling wine is made from various combinations of the grape varieties, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. When grown in areas that experience cool ripening conditions like Tasmania, the varieties produce sparkling wines of finesse, elegance and delicacy of flavour. This Cuvee is made from a blend of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay grapes from selected sites in our Tamar Valley vineyards. It contains a blend of parcels of wine from several vintages each contributing its own subtle layer of flavour and complexity.

More information about the winery can be found at https://www.brownbrothers.com.au/about-us/our-brands/devils-corner/

To see our full range of Devil’s Corner wines go to https://www.auswinesonline.co.uk/product-category/tamar-ridge/

Winemaking and wilderness have come together to create a uniquely modern range of cold climate wines shaped by the pristine Tasmanian East Coast. We hope you enjoy these award-winning wines made in partnership with the wild.

Tasmania has a growing reputation for white sparklers and this is one of the new style of wines from this area. Devil’s Corner Sparkling is comparable with European Chardonnay/Pinot based wines, the product is ideal for entertaining and special occasions. Well worth a try and part of a stunning range from Devil’s Corner

4 in stock

Cabernet Sauvignon The Pugilist

The Pugilist Cabernet Sauvignon

 The Pugilist Cabernet Sauvignon by Wild & Wilder using grapes grown in Langhorne Creek.

The Pugilist Cabernet Sauvignon, Langhorne Creek 2017
Sometimes you’ve got to stick up for yourself… Fight for what is right in this world and uphold some good old fashioned values. Of course, one must always retain ones manners and obey the rules just ask the Pugilist. He’s powerful, thick-skinned but well-bred and with the manners and sense of fair play of a true gent.

Vintage Conditions
Returning to something approaching the historic norm, the 2017 vintage season was defined by a wet late winter followed by good flowering weather and then very mixed conditions throughout the growing period. This resulted in a late harvest. sometimes 4-6 weeks later than the precocious 2015. Quality was generally good though time spent in the vineyard as the difference between making good wine or great wine.
Winemaking
Precise varietal expression and balance are what we seek to achieve and so picking time is of utmost importance. We pick just as flavours are approaching their peak rather than let them get over-ripe. We retain whole berries in the ferment for vibrancy and we press relatively early to avoid astringent tannins.
Tasting
The nose shows an array of perfumed characters such as violets, oregano & thyme, along with glacé cherry aromas. Sweet ripe cherry fruit dominates the front palate which then develops into a more savoury wine, showing earthiness, toasted spices and lovely dried herb characters.

 The Pugilist Cabernet Sauvignon  is great with roast beef or grilled sirloin.

For more information go to https://www.wildandwilderwines.com/

To see our full range of The Wild and Wilder Wines go to https://www.auswinesonline.co.uk/?s=wild+and+wilder

Wild & Wilder is all about good clean fun. Working hand in hand with our merry band of growers, we craft wines of supreme quality at our Adelaide Hills winery, but we don’t take it all too seriously. Great fruit from Barossa, Langhorne Creek, Clare Valley and Adelaide Hills, grown by great people, and made with with a lot of love by those that know that wine is all about good times, tasty food and creating great memories.

 

23 in stock

Franklin Tate Shiraz

Franklin Tate Shiraz

Franklin Tate Shiraz

The Shiraz grapes for this wine were picked at optimum ripeness and colour density. The wines were fermented with 10% portion of whole bunches to give a cherry-like lift to the fruit. Part way through the fermentation, some wine was run off to French barriques and the fermentation completed in this oak and later blended back into the majority parcel.

The wines shows lifted spice, vanilla, cocoa, sweet red fruits and hints of pepper on the nose. The palate is elegant and balanced showing creamy yet juicy mid-palate and soft tannins.

To find out more about the Franklin Tate Estate winery go to http://www.franklintateestates.com.au/

To see our full range of Franklin Tate product go to https://www.auswinesonline.co.uk/product-category/franklin-estate/

Franklin Tate Shiraz -great value wine from a Margaret River winery

14 in stock

Allegory Riesling

Allegory Riesling

Allegory Riesling – Lovely lemon in colour, the MadFish Riesling holds lime zest, citrus blossom and green skin pear aromas. The flavours are citrus, apples and pears with a soft stone/ mineral acidity that keeps the flavours long lasting and fresh. We recommend pairing our MadFish Riesling with BBQ’d seafood on a warm summer evening. If it’s too cool to sit outside, then try it with citrus cured trout, tuna poke or fish tacos.

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

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

Allegory Riesling grows in the Great Southern wine region of Western Australia. This climate is called “continental” and is characterized by long cold winters, warm summers and not a lot of rainfall. Being away from the coast, the difference between the day time and night time temperature is greater than in a region closer to the coast. Riesling seems to like these conditions.

Winemakers say Riesling is tough to make because there is nowhere to hide. It’s just you and the grapes, no oak, no malo, no tricks…

When we make Riesling we strive to preserve and showcase clean, bright citrus and apple, fruit flavours. Sometimes the acidity can be a little high so leaving a bit of sugar at the end of the fermentation gives a nice drinking balance – not too sweet and not too sour – just right .

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.

Allegory Riesling, a great example of this wine from the vineyards of Western Australia

 

6 in stock

Little Yering Chardonnay

Little Yering Chardonnay

Little Yering Chardonnay

Pale Straw in colour with a pure and complex nose of flinty, minerally characters as well as citrus with some almond and spicy complexity. The palate is clean and fresh with well-integrated oak characters. Like the nose, the palate is quite minerally and shows great poise.

Great intensity on the nose with mineral notes, white nectarine and citrus flavours along with a creamy, nutty complexity. Medium weight with clean citrus fruit supported by well integrated French oak and balanced acidity.

To see our full range of Yering Station wines: https://www.auswinesonline.co.uk/product-category/yering-station/

For more information about the winery:https://www.yering.com/

Little Yering Chardonnay – a great wine from a brilliant winery

3 in stock

3 in stock

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