Deep crimson, the 2019 pinot noir has an incredibly perfumed and nuanced floral aroma. The palate is finely structured, concentrated and plush with a host of tightly packed red berry fruits. Polished and poised, the glossy sheen of subtle French oak is beautifully integrated in the background. The slightly chalky tannins have lovely finesse and delicacy, with a supple texture and incredible length. Stored carefully, this wine will age gracefully for at least 10 years.
It’s intense and complex with pristine peach and citrus fruit, subtle toasty oak and great depth of flavour, all tightly wrapped up in refined minerality. This is length and poise vinified. It will develop even more if cellared for another 2-3 years. Makes a flawless pair to smoked salmon and feta tartlets.
The wine is refined and fresh, with bright fruit aromas and a lovely floral lift. Beautifully textured palate, delicious depth of fruit – with nashi pear and subtle spice. Seamless and refreshing, the wine finishes long and fine. Wonderfully versatile, it will work its magic next to seafood, tomato based pasta dishes or a good aged cheddar.
A perfumed and spicy Syrah, medium-bodied in style. The palate is concentrated and silky, with finely structured tannins, bright fruit characters, wonderful elegance and depth.
Soft, approachable and well loved - just like the Wombat - Pinot Gris is a little giant of the wine world. Coming from the cooler climes of the Adelaide Hills you’ll see notes of vibrant pear and appleon the nose that are relected on the fulsome and generous palate all balanced by crisp acidity. Drink with chicken liver terrine or roast pork.
Great Pinosity on offer here, showing regional character and imbued with complexity found in the Adelaide Hills. There’s vivid strawberry and cherry aromas on the nose enhanced by an earthy intensity and a subtle whole bunch character. Great balance of sweet and savoury fruit on the palate with a complexing length that displays cleansing acidity with soft tannins and a lasting finish. Pair with your favourite mushroom dish.
Appears bright crimson red with deep purple hues. Showing a lifted perfumed nose of blackcurrant and mulberry fruit and followed by a chocolate oak and subtle spice character. The palate shows dark berry fruit flavours upfront with hints of nutmeg as well as subtle herb and red florals in the finish. Supple varietal tannins give classical framework and weight to the wine which finishes with integrated fruit and oak driving a long finish. Perfect with lamb shanks.
The Light Pass sub-region of the Barossa Valley makes up the fruit source with typical plum, red licorice, chocolate and mocha characters adding interest and freshness.This is a contemporary Barossa Shiraz having spent maturation time in older oak adding subtle vanilla and earthy nuance. There’s softness on the finish while maintaining freshness and vibrancy. Pair with a classic roast beef and horseradish.
Visually this wine appears deep mulberry in colour with purple hues showing youthful exuberance. On the nose there is a delicious aroma presentation of mulberry, cherry, rose , violets, dark chocolate and ironstone with a completely intoxicating nectar. Classic old vine Cullen Wilyabrup, Cabernet Sauvignon. A powerful wine with fruit spreading across the palate. An abundance of fine tannins enhances the detail of Cabernet Sauvignon, balanced with rose, violets and a compote of fruit, mulberry, plum, and cassis deliciously dense with fruit. Smooth and long in flavour. Quintessential Diana Madeline in a great year.
These old vine Cabernet Sauvignon Houghton clones (8 different clones) were planted in 1971 on their own roots and are destined for the flagship wine Diana Madeline. 2018 produced small yields, being 5.88 tonnes per hectare of Cabernet Sauvignon from certified biodynamic, carbon negative fruit. This has created a natural wine with elegance, balance and power.
A Red Moon occurs during a total lunar eclipse when the light filtering through the Earth’s atmosphere dapples the moon in red light.
Medium red with purple tinges in colour, the bouquet has ripe plum, rose and violet aromas backed by a touch of vanillin oak. The palate has an attractive blend of rich plum, cherry and spice flavours. Marvellously balanced wine that is backed by soft tannis. A delicious and pure fruit-driven wine.
Certified organic with maturation taking place in French oak, 25% new for an average of 6 months, this wine is a blend of 62% Cabernet Sauvignon, 37% Merlot and 1% Cabernet Franc. Midnight black dark red core with a deep dark red black tinged hue. Fragrant scents of dark to black currant, liquorice and a touch of mulberry blossom out of the glass trailed by dusty vanillin cedar, tobacco, dried herbs and spice notes. Medium bodied with plenty of richness right through to the back end, the elegant palate is blessed with dark to black currant and mulberry fruits. Cedar, tobacco, earth and spicy herb elements then chime in. Dry, slightly chalky tannins with youthfully fresh acidity and a medium length conclusion.
Life is a dance!!!
A dance between the sun and the moon.
They give to, and circle the earth.
The moon is the most important planet in our biodynamic practice and the sun gives us life … we honour the moon in the naming of this wine.
The grapes for this wine were hand harvested and fermented with natural yeast and no further additions. Created using the saignèe method from all of the red varieties grown at Cullen: this wine shows fresh aromatics combined with great texture to create a beautiful refreshing Rosè. Enjoy this vibrant wine chilled.
A bright Champagne with exceptional freshness, clean on the palate. Mineral, light fruit with pleasant acidity and with notes of fresh tobacco, straw and citrus flavors. Easy to drink and ideal as aperi-tif or with sea food.2010 harvest.
An extremely refined Champagne with a dry firm structure, elegant bubbles and a fragrant nose. Notes of lime tree, verbena and citrus flavors; subtle balance bet-ween mineral notes and complex aromas. Powerful in the mouth, creamy with a long finish. As aperitif or all along a meal; good match also with soft cheeses like Camembert.
Orange-pink color with coppery shades; fine nose with delicate fruity and floral notes and mild spices. The palate is full and vinous, jammy, with notes of mature red fruits. Long finish. A pleasant Champagne to accompany a meal; ideal also with cheese and dessert.
A perfume of grilled steak intermixed with blackberries, new saddle leather, earth, pepper, and melted licorice rises from this awesome red. With great power, richness, and no hard edges, it is still young and primary, but should hit its peak in 3-7 years, and last for two decades or more.
Kay's are specialist traditional red wine makers utilising grapes from their own 22-hectare Amery Vineyard.
A rich, round, soft, voluptuous, fruit driven Shiraz with a hint of confectionery sweetness in the background. A very approachable full bodied combination of blueberries, plum, Ribena, mocha chocolate, spice box, vanilla and pepper fill the palate with pleasurable flavours and the balanced soft tannin finish has both length and persistence.
The nose shows intense blackcurrant and cranberry fruit, and the subtle cedary cinnamon spice, barrel-ferment and oak derived aromas, violet and mint scents, as well as liquorice and chocolate smells. Interwined is this wounderful green edge that lifts the wine into a cool climate sepctrum which typifies the cold year. These aromas combine with some cassis, blueberry, and cranberry, with lingering mocha and plumy fruit and are just showing through amongst a long, intense vibrant, gritty fruit tannin finish.
Dense purple red almost black. A powerful nose of ripe plums and succulent blackberries laced with a hint of cedar spice. Wow! Bella's as always shows amazing depth and power whilst maintaining an elegant fruit purity. Matured in all French oak, the majority being seasoned barrels, allowing the fruit to do the talking with only the merest hint of cedar oak to support the ripe plum and mulberry flavours. Finely woven tannins produce a long linear wine forming a race track like structure along the palate. Great length and persistency of flavour.
Typical of our McLaren Vale style, the 2005 shows delicious distinctive mocha, chocolate and sweet plum characters. Backed by a lush, plush mouthfeel and oodles of juicy ripe fruit laced with an underlying black pepper spice and a silky tight tannin structure. But don’t be deceived this is a serious wine with serious aspirations!