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A NSW Mixed case

NSW Mixed case

A case of six mixed wines from New South Wales

NOMINAL PRICE £85.44

 

 

Producer: Colour: Mixed CaseRegion: New South Wales

£73.00 per case

Keith Tulloch Semillon

Keith Tulloch Semillon – Bright and lifted aromas of lemon and lime on the nose – hallmarks of this low-yielding vineyard. this Semillon has very delicate mouth-feel and litheness, yet shows astoundingly bright lime-fruit and green-melon presence and persistence. The acidity is totally balanced, giving sustaining juicy vigour and fine structure.

Keith Tulloch Semillon is a classic Semillon pure and fine, with bright green straw colour highlights. Aromas are zesty and intense, brimming with lemonade, lemongrass, ripe lime and soft orange grapefruit. Delicate floral hints of green-clover flower build nuanced complexity. The flavours are precise and detailed, showing primary juicy lemon brightness with satiny length, finishing with a slight pithy tang and crunchy, energetically fresh persistence.
There is a great cellaring future ahead. Beautiful harmony will begin to develop within 1-2 years, while 5 to 10 years will elevate this regal youngster into a classic Hunter Semillon.
Drink: Now to 2028.
Food Match: Fresh oysters, and prawns.

For more information on the winery go to https://shop.keithtullochwine.com.au/

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Tyrrell's Old Winery Pinot Noir

Tyrrell's Old Winery Pinot Noir

Tyrrell’s Old Winery Pinot Noir

Blended from fruit sourced from some of Australia’s best red-growing regions in the country, this wine offers a classic Pinot Noir bouquet of bright, enticing cherry and strawberry aromas layered over an undertone of mushrooms and forest floor. The palate is long and concentrated, with rich, sweet fruit, subtle hints of savoury oak and smooth tannins. Made in a soft but generously flavoured style, it makes an ideal accompaniment to red meat and game dishes, pasta with tomato-based sauces and semi-soft cheeses.

Alcohol – 14.0%
Cellaring – Designed for immediate enjoyment

Winemaker’s Notes
A blend of pinot noir fruit from some of the best red growing regions in the country. The majority of the fruit
was machine harvested, after which the fruit was fermented in a combination of traditional hand plunged open
vats and larger potter tanks. Maturation was then carried out in predominantly French oak casks for 12 months
prior to bottling.
Tasting Notes
Lots of varietal cherry and strawberry aromas with complexing forest floor undertones. A soft but generously
flavoured style with sweet aromas of berries and mushroom. The palate is long and concentrated with rich
sweet fruit, subtle savoury oak support and smooth tannins.
Serving Suggestion
An ideal accompaniment to red meat, game dishes, tomato based pasta and semi-soft cheese

Tyrrell’s Old Winery Pinot Noir

To find out more about the winery go to http://www.tyrrells.com.au/

To see our full range of Tyrrell’s wines go to http://www.auswinesonline.co.uk/product-category/tyrrellaes-wines/

THE STORY OF OLD WINERY RANGE
Named after the Tyrrell’s historic winery in the Hunter Valley, which was built in 1863 for the first vintage
in 1864. A classic range of wines produced using fruit from premium Australian wine regions, Old Winery
delivers distinctive varietal character and outstanding quality synonymous with the Tyrrell’s name. Designed for
immediate enjoyment, the Old Winery promise is to provide a quality wine to suit every palate preference at a
refreshingly affordable price.

13 in stock

River Retreat Sparkling Brut

River Retreat Sparkling Brut

NV BRUT Winemaking The grapes were picked during the cool of the night, the fruit was de-stemmed and pumped into the press. Only the best quality of free run juice was taken off; then clarified before adding yeast. The fermentation was carried out at a cool temperature to maintain the fruit flavours. After fermentation the base wine was allowed to rest on yeast lees for 6 months before undergoing a second fermentation to produce the fine bubbles. The Wine Light green straw in colour with a fine persistant bead showing lifted aromas of citrus and apple. Tasting soft and refreshing with light creaminess and balance.

With Food – A delicate wine well matched with soft cheeses and canapes. Wine Information Varietal/s: Chardonnay and Pinot Noir Region: Murray Darling Alc: 11.5% VOL Acid: 6.0g/L pH: 3.47

To see our full range of Trentham Estate products go to https://www.auswinesonline.co.uk/product-category/trentham-estate/

To find out more about the River Retreat range go to https://trenthamestate.com.au/riverretreat

Trentham Estate is proud to announce its continued commitment to water conservation and wetland restoration, through a new partnership with the Murray Darling Wetlands Working Group Ltd.

Trentham Estate has long strived to provide support to localised Murray Darling research activities for sustainable water supply, quality and capacity. With the recent closure of the Lower Basin Laboratory in Mildura, it has looked to another respected organisation to support during a time of much strain on the local environment. For over 20 years, the Murray Darling Wetlands Working Group Ltd has worked on wetlands throughout the Murray-Darling Basin, restoring and improving the management of wetlands throughout the catchment, of the Murray-Darling Basin.

Trentham Estate’s River Retreat label, now vegan friendly, will proudly continue Trentham’s dedication to corporate responsibility – whereby every bottle purchased of River Retreat wine will result in a donation towards the Murray Darling Wetlands Working Group.

With many great projects currently underway in the far-west region of NSW, the Murray Darling Wetlands Working Group will benefit greatly from these ongoing funds.

“We are thrilled to be able to contribute to the restoration of our precious river system and we are confident that the Murray Darling Wetlands Working Group will make a real difference within the river region.” says winemaker Anthony Murphy.

River Retreat Sparkling Brut

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Trentham Estate Shiraz

Trentham Estate Shiraz

THE GRAPES Shiraz, also known as Syrah, is thought to originate from the Rhone Valley in France and it continues to be the most predominant variety in this region. In 1831 James Busby collected cuttings from France and brought them to Australia. By the 1860’s Shiraz was established as one of the most important grape varieties in Australia and has developed an excellent reputation and is sought after worldwide.

THE VINTAGE ‘Late but great’ sums up the 2017 vintage. Good rain in spring, followed by mild weather and only short heat waves resulted in grapes ripening slowly on the vine. It was certainly an unusually late harvest but the wines are something to be proud of – well balanced fruit, plenty of flavour and distinct varietal aromas.

THE WINEMAKING Once harvested, the grapes were de-stemmed and pumped into the fermentation vessel. The fruit was fermented on skins for 7 days before pressing. After pressing, the wine was matured in a combination of new and aged French and American oak barrels. The wine was then blended and bottled in June 2017.

THE WINE Dark vibrant red in colour with lifted aromas of black cherry and chocolate. On the palate concentrated dark fruit flavours are complimented by subtle oak characters of mocha and spice. Full bodied and well-structured with firm ripe tannins providing balance and length.

THE FOOD Excellent match with any grilled red meat or a rich casserole.

ANALYSIS Varietal: Shiraz Alcohol: 14.5% Acid: 6.4 g/l pH: 3.51 Sweetness: Dry

Trentham Estate Shiraz is one of the range from the Trentham’ s winery which has been operating since 1988, where it has grown from the initial 30 tonne crush to a minimal but state-of-the-art facility handling up to 5,000 tonnes of premium fruit each vintage. It allows the flexibility to perform different winemaking styles, resulting in the diverse and always consistent Trentham Estate wines.

For more information on the winery go to https://trenthamestate.com.au/the-trentham-story

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11 in stock

Brokenwood Cricket Pitch White

Brokenwood Cricket Pitch White

Lovely pale yellow colour with green tints. Citrus pith and florals on the nose rather than big tropical notes. Very appealing. Initial flavours of citrus and melon, light cool palate at 11.55 alcohol. Grapefruit, finger lime and a zesty acidity adds to the structure. A perfect summer drink paired with a wide range of food.

Wine Profile
Vinification
As the wine is from New South Wales, we are fortunate enough to be able to process most of the grapes here in the Hunter Valley, enabling an extra level of winemaker attention. This ensures the delicate grape aromas are preserved. Fermentation in 100% stainless steel tanks.
Winemaker Comments
We’re quite proud to introduce this wine, the 30th vintage of the blend. The label didn’t get the full Cricket Pitch livery until the 1995 vintage, although the Cabernet Sauvignon/Merlot was labelled as Cricket Pitch for the 1991 wine released in 1993. This wine is a blend of 70% Sauvignon Blanc and 30% Semillon. Several regions make up this blend being Cowra 32%, Orange 42%, and Hunter Valley 16% and Riverina 10% This wine also highlights our desire for lower alcohol and weighs in at 11.5% and with plenty of zesty fruit lift.
Food Pairing
A perfect Summer drink to pair with a wide range of foods. Enjoy with a dozen freshly shucked oysters and a whole baked barramundi for lunch, or a spicy Asian laksa for dinner.

Brokenwood Cricket Pitch White – An easy drinking wine to chill and enjoy this summer.

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

To find out more about the Brokenwood Winery go to https://www.brokenwood.com.au/

Established in 1970, Brokenwood Wines has evolved from a weekend venture for self-professed hobby winemakers into one of Australia’s most reputable wine labels.

Brokenwood was founded by a trio of Sydney-based solicitors, Tony Albert, John Beeston and James Halliday, who paid a then record price of $970 per acre for a 10-acre block in the foothills of the Brokenback Ranges. The original block was destined to be a cricket ground for the local community but was instead planted with Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz.

To see our full range of Brokenwood wines go to 

7 in stock

Tyrrell's Old Winery Chardonnay

Tyrrell's Old Winery Chardonnay

Tyrrell’s Old Winery Chardonnay

The Old Winery Chardonnay is a modern take on a traditional Chardonnay style. We picked the grapes a little earlier than usual to capture varietal freshness offering crisp, mouth-watering natural acidity, then matured it on yeast lees to add a little extra texture and complexity. It spent a relatively short time in French oak to maintain that wonderful freshness. The result is an easy-drinking, medium-bodied wine that offers aromas of stone fruit with a subtle hint of vanilla from the oak influence. The palate is generously flavoured with peach and citrus, rounded off with a clean, crisp finish. Serve slightly chilled to let the aromas and flavours sing. An ideal accompaniment to a wide variety of dishes, including seafood, vegetarian, chicken and pasta with a creamy sauce.

Named after the Tyrrell’s historic winery in the Hunter Valley, which was built in 1863 for the first vintage
in 1864. A classic range of wines produced using fruit from premium Australian wine regions, Old Winery
delivers distinctive varietal character and outstanding quality synonymous with the Tyrrell’s name. Designed for
immediate enjoyment, the Old Winery promise is to provide a quality wine to suit every palate preference at a
refreshingly affordable price.

Winemaker’s Notes
The Old Winery Chardonnay is a modern take on traditional Chardonnay style. Harvested slightly earlier to
maintain natural acidity and freshness, the wine received minimal oak and was matured on yeast lees to gain
extra texture and complexity.
Tasting Notes
A medium bodied wine with aromas of stone fruit and subtle vanillin oak. The palate is generously flavoured with
white peach citrus characters and a clean, crisp finish.
Serving Suggestion
Serve slightly chilled. An deal accompaniment to a wide variety of cuisines such as seafood, vegetarian, chicken and
creamy sauce pasta dishes.

To find out more about the winery go to http://www.tyrrells.com.au

To see our full range of Tyrrells product go to http://www.auswinesonline.co.uk/product-category/tyrrellaes-wines/

Tyrrell’s Old Winery Chardonnay

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