A Boy With Fruit Chardonnay is a unique wine with a taste of oak, apricot and apple. it has a light smell and is best paired with rich fish or pork.
A Rodda Willow lake chardonnay is a great wine with the taste of lemon and grapefruit and the scent of citrusy fruit and has a nice oak finish. It is best paired with pork or rich fish (Salmon).
Highly lifted aromas of citrus and white flower are nuanced with secondary characters of wax and flint. The mouthfeel is highly restrained with intense minerality and refreshing acidity gives the wine extreme focus and length.
Intense aromas of citrus pith and ripe white stone fruit are complexed with burnt match and toast. The combination of lees, natural acidity and phenolics create a mouthfeel that is full and creamy yet long and savoury.
Laser-guided wet stone, jasmine and lime skin on the nose give rise to a tightly coiled palate wrapped around a crystalline spine of acidity. An Australian Riesling of wonderful grace and class.
Quintessential cool climate Chardonnay from the Snowy Mountains - finely textured, elegant and stylish with attractive citrus flavours.
Lifted white peach, yellow nectarine and fresh pineapple marry with a hint of florals and spice from the French oak. The palate is fresh and tight, dominated by stone fruits, citrus and green melon. A bright acid profile and some textural phenolics are balanced with the subtle French oak which provides a softness and carries the flavours across the palate.
This blend of skins fermentations with the more traditional pressed juice results in a fragrant perfumed wine, with aromas of citrus blossom, baked apple, mandarin, and aniseed. The entry to the palate is full and intense, with weight that drives through a long and lingering finish. Flavor's of savoury biscuits and nutmeg further highlight the palate.
Ripe stone fruit flavours of peach and dried apricot are complimented by a flinty minerality and subtle French oak influence giving hints of roasted hazelnut.
Marlborough's first vineyard and winery established in 1873
Auntsfield Estate Pinot Noir shows a rich silky texture, which is full and concentrated.
Flavours of ripe raspberry and dark plumbs fill the pallet - supported by powerful yet fine grained tannins giving a plush yet silky texture to the pallet with seamless length.
A great example of Germany's well-known off-dry rieslings. Citrus aromas and flavours, small amount of residual sugar; balanced by the wine's acidity.
Baron Herzog Pinot Noir is a fruity wine which is sweet. It has a peppery finish which is well paired with Beef and veal.
Baron Herzog Chardonnay is dark gold in colour and fruity for the nose. It has little maloactic fermentation giving it a tarty taste with a hint of honey.