A ripe and powerful Pinot Noir from the Mornington Peninsula from old vines which due to drought among other climatic challenges produced even lower yields of
Odyssey and Prodigy are Katnook flagship wines and, as all good flagship wines should be, produced only in exceptional vintages. The winemaker certainly did not rush this wine
Coming from the oldest of Mount Langi Ghiran’s vines, this wine was given the royal treatment. Not only did the grapes come from low yield vines giving it intense fruit concentration,
Not only did the 2009 vintage represent a change in the official identity of the grape varietal, it also represented a tweak in winemaking for Girl Talk.
This is the last vintage to be labelled as Albarino (as the varietal has since been identified as Savagnin) and shows refreshing citrus character
Marsanne is another up and coming grape varietal in Australia and one that should be in everyone’s cellar as it just gets better and better.
Viognier is increasingly popular in Australia and this is a good one from the Adelaide Hills near Gumeracha, no less. Pale gold with spicy apricot nose are typical varietal features of Viognier
With only a touch of pink, the makers of Pink Billy call the colour ‘nude’ referring to the ‘show girl’ personality that the team have bestowed on this rosé. Perhap
The grapes for this Merlot have come from Coonawarra vines up to 35 years old producing a wine with richness and ripeness. This wine certainly does not lack fruit as can be attested
A bright ruby in the glass with distinct salmon hints, this rose has the delicate aroma of strawberry. It is a wine that will go perfectly with the warm afternoon sunshine having a crisp acid and the cherry and strawberry fruit are offset by some
(2007 Release) This wine is a great way to try an aged Semillon without having to do the cellaring yourself. For a wine with 8 years under the belt it is certainly showing itself true to its Hunter Valley heritage – still a pale straw
Leconfield Cabernet Sauvignon should be a mainstay in any Cabernet lover’s cellar particularly at this price. Regarded as a flagship in the Leconfield range, this wine includes fruit sourced from vines from the original planting in 1974. Paul Gordon’s winemaking philosophy has been to produce