|Chardonnay - Elephant in the Room. |
Limestone Coast, SA - Not too fruity, not too dry. Full bodied without being overwhelming, great balance.
|Moscato - Tread Softly.|
South Australia - Glistening and fresh Moscato with notes of honeysuckle, musk and orange with a distinctive floral lift. On the palate there’s a gentle but appealing effervescence delivering a burst of sweet citrus fruit. It offers pure refreshment and soft cleansing acidity on the finish
|Pinot Grigio - Squealing Pig.|
Marlborough, NZ - Intensely aromatic on the nose and tastes full and luscious on the palate. Think aromas of ripe stone fruits, ginger and juicy ripe pear with a touch of sweetness on the finish.
|Prosecco - See Saw.|
Orange, NSW - Aroma of crisp green apple, lemon blossom and nashi pear. Crisp zingy acidity paired with bright green apple and lemon sherbet on the palate.
|Rosé - Squealing Pig.|
Marlborough, NZ - aromas of strawberry shortcake and watermelon with an elegant palate full of beautiful nectarine and white cherry. Refreshingly crisp natural acidity, lightly spritzed.
|Sauvignon Blanc - Mato Bay|
Marlborough, NZ - Classic, crisp style of Marlborough with vibrant, tropical fruit flavours
|Merlot - Minchinbury. |
South Australia - Dark berry on the nose with a medium, smooth, body. Berries on the palate with a slight bramble bitterness.
|Pinot Noir - Elephant in the Room.|
South Australia - Light crimson in the glass with aromas of plum cherry and hints of savoury complexity with nice levels of oak. The palate is lively with a core of red berry flavours enhanced by some captivating spice notes. Bright acidity and fine tannins provide definition to the long finish.
|Shiraz - Cow Bombie.|
Margaret River, WA - Ripe plum and raspberry aromas. Juicy flavours of dark berries with hints of dark chocolate and oak. It has a light peppery spice and a smooth fine tannin finish.
|Shiraz - Take it to the Grave.|
South Australia - full-bodied and very aromatic screaming with purple berry and dark fruits, dark chocolate and spices. Even on the palate whilst the fine tannins and acidity create a long finish.