This is one Barossan for the cellar and it delivers some of that finesse that you might find in wines that carry a much higher price tag. Here amongst the coconut, chocolate oak offer up a spicy and smooth background to fresh cherry, cinnamon, mint,
This 2013 vintage is the 55th Signature and it does not disappoint. Each year Yalumba dedicates this wine to a ‘signatory’ in recognition of their achievements as part of the tight-knit team involved in making the eloquent Yalumba wines.
Charles Melton is renowned for his bold yet elegant, Barossan reds and his benchmarking style of rosé, The Rosé of Virginia. Charles Melton Nine Popes, the Chateauneuf du Pape styled blend of old vine Grenache, Shiraz and Mourvedre is one of Australia’s leading GSMs. This Krondorf Village dry-grown
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Soft fruit, soft tannins are a hallmark for the Patchwork. As a Winter warmer, this delivers generously – just as it would as a Summer entertainer. It has versatility at its heart and a core of blueberry and plum fruit wrapped in liquorice and cinnamon.
One of Yalumba’s finest. The Reserve 2006 is a blend of old vine Cabernet Sauvignon 78%, and 22% Shiraz. It is a wine that has had the full treatment from partial wild yeast ferment and 22 months in new and seasoned French, Hungarian and American
The alternative title for this wine would have been Liz Richardson, Thomas Hordern, Adam Barton and Rory Clifton are naked, for these wines are current releases from naked wines. Liz Richardson Shiraz 2010 Not only did I receive this as a sample, but I
This was a wine that surprised me, and others, on an industry tasting panel recently. It had all the hallmarks of SB with a handful of lavender character thrown in for good measure. It delivers fleshy sweetly ripe fruit right to the middle
Boxmonster? Goon? Cask? Or do you call it a bag in box? Whichever term you use to describe wine served in this format, the Winesmiths have arrived on the scene with four new cask wines to liven up the shelves. When these wine arrived, I