Nose: the very ample nose expresses intense berry and pink grapefruit
Palate: this refreshing promise is affirmed in the mouth by dominant notes of raspberry and redcurrant underscored by the freshness of citrus. This rosé wine’s harmony and perfect balance prolongs the pleasure of tasting in a long, sweet finale.
Vinification: Clinging to the schist hillsides of Provence, the parcels of Château La Gordonne Terroir Remarquable vineyard are carefully selected for this Vérité du Terroir vintage. The grapes are exclusively harvested at night to benefit from the low temperatures and to increase the quality. They are directly pressed to extract the preliminary aromas. Under the press, the first juices selection allows only the tête de cuvee to be kept. Fermentation occurs at a cool temperature to express the fruits and the aromas.
Food Pairing: To be enjoyed with Mediterranean cuisine, a bourride, a rockfish bouillabaisse, meat and cheese. This rosé also goes well with spicy food.
The wine is fresh on the nose with aromas of mandarin, cherry, rose-water and spice. The palate is dry, with moreish mid-palate texture and mouth-watering acidity. Great for seasonal drinking with antipasti!
Sangiovese and Mammolo grapes were hand-harvested in the cool of the morning in late February, and early April, respectively. The grapes were whole-bunch pressed, yielding just the barest pink colour in the juice. A moderately cool fermentation was undertaken before preparation for bottling.
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.
This Devil’s Lair Honeybomb Rosé has crushed summer berry flavours with a creamy texture and seductive hint of sweetness. A nose of crushed summer berries with a delicate spice lift. Generous fruit weigh on the palate, with a creamy texture and a seductive hint of sweetness.
There’s a subtle array of pomegranate and rose petals, with savoury red fruit aromas of strawberry and macerated cherry with hints of wildflowers and spice. The palate is lifted with roses, strawberry and glace cherry that frame this structural, floral and dry balanced rosé.
Colour: a beautiful pale and salmon colour draped in a
bright, shiny structure with light golden glints.
Nose: an intense, delicate nose, full of finesse with
berry, peach and apricot notes followed by an exotic
Palate: a full, generous mouth feel with wild
strawberry and grapefruit notes. Its finesse and
freshness add elegance and a toothsome quality to
this wine that will accompany the most delicate
In true Provence fashion, its pale copper with scents of cherry blossom, and ripe red berries. The berry spectrum continues on the palate, but think ripe, plum, juicy berries; add to that some stone fruit and its almost like a Peach Melba in a glass - plenty of freshness and poise but with weight, body and creaminess. As bright as the light over the Mediterranean, with a long dry, crisp finish.
Sourced from vineyards in Mudgee and Orange, this wine truly has the best of both worlds. With Sangiovese, Zinfandel and Barbera being from Mudgee, at an elevation of 520 meters above sea level. These grapes are quite rich and round due to the warmer climate of Mudgee, where the mean January temperature is 23.5°C and average rainfall is 600mm per annum. By contrast, Orange’s cooler climate, and higher elevation of 880 metres, produces more elegant and refined qualities in the Shiraz grapes. Generally one of NSW’s cooler regions, Orange has mean January temperature of 19.15°C with a variance between summer and winter months, and an average rainfall of approx imately 875mm per annum. The soil for both sites is predominately clay loam, which is deep and well drained. With underlying shattered rock and quartz being found in Mudgee, while Orange has the added bonus of red and brown ferrosol soils derived from basalt. These varying conditions add such complexity and depth to the flavour and quality of the grapes. The grapes were harvested earlier than normal to attain bright fresh varietal characteristics. They were then, destemmed and must chilled. This must was drained and soft pressed only after which the settled juice was racked then warmed and inoculated.All varieties were separately fermented in stainless and blended prior to final maturation. As a final blend the batches were racked off gross lees, while still maintaining light lees contact for 6 weeks, and cooled to 10-12°C to allow the midpalate to build texture and depth.The wine was then left to settle before being clarified and bottled in August 2018.
Winemaking: Estate grown in our Mt Barker vineyard. Made from Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc. Picked at night to ensure minimum colour pick-up, whole bunch pressed with only 6 hours skin contact.
Story: The Cabernet family grapes are a champion varietal for Rosé. They have a reputation for producing some of the finest Rosé wines. By combining Cabernet Francs proven elegance with Cabernet Sauvignon’s structure and weight, with the natural acidity and elegance of the Adelaide Hills terroir, we have created an exciting fresh and clean style Rosé.
Taste: Luscious on the palate with hints of strawberry, blueberry, roses and spring flowers. Flavours of ripe berries. Notes of floral and herbs balance the bright acidity and mouth watering dry finish.
With a colour reminiscent of summer sunsets, blushing cheeks and your favourite croquet polo shirt, why would you not choose rosé today? Don’t let its sweet hues fool you. This baby is a crisp dry drop, made from Pinot Noir grapes. Playful and preppy, classy and so damn drinkable.
Made from 100% Pinot Noir, that was harvested early during a mild February & March. The conditions generated lifted red berry fruits and a lovely balance.
On the nose, this wine exhibits beautiful, bright red fruits, including red currants, fresh strawberry and pink grapefruit. Many of these fruits continue through to the palate, creating a fresh and juicy wine packed with summer berries and a clean, moreish finish.
Pale pink in colour, sitting well within the classic Provence “pale and dry” spectrum. The nose is lifted and expressive with perfumed aromas of pink florals, red berries, subtle herb and minerals. The palate is fresh, vibrant and fruitful with savoury notes delivering a fine, even, long finish of strawberries, rose petal and fresh herbs. Perfect chilled with a variety of dishes.
Extremely pale in colour, seductively salmon like. The nose shows nicely restrained red fruits, as well as rose petal and enticing spice notes. The palate exhibits a refreshing core of vibrant red berry and candied fruits, culminating with layers of complexity to an impressively long and dry finish. Perfect poolside drinking for summer with a fruit and cheese platter.
Salmon in colour with a blush of violet hue, the wine has strawberry, cranberry fruit with hints of vesty grapefruit. The palate is fresh with juicy raspberry and blueberry and great natural acid. The Mataro provides the aromatic lift of violets and red berry fruits, a touch of tannin from the Nebbiolo and crunchy acidity from the Barbera. This all frames the opulent ripe sweet fruits of Malbec.
A wine to be enjoyed this spring and summer chilled to teeth-chattering, and allowed to warm ever so slightly in glass and enjoyed with freshly caught Crayfish pulled straight out of the cold Southern Ocean waters just over one hundred kilometers west of Coonawarra.
The White Label range is crafted in the same Petaluma philosophy as the highly regarded Yellow Label. The grapes are grown in the key regions of Adelaide Hills and Coonawarra. These wines are perfect to enjoy upon their release and compliment occasions with friends, family and food.
The nose is filled with strawberry shortcake and watermelon aromas. The palate is elegant with beautiful nectarine and white cherry flavours. Refreshingly crisp natural acidity is balanced by a hint of sweetness for a textural, dry finish.
Blushing pale in colour with salmon hues. On the nose, there’s vibrant strawberry and other red fruits as well as notes of vanilla and rose petal florals. The palate is light and very fresh but packed full of flavour with the brisk and crunchy acidity driving an exceptionally long yet dry finish. A great partner to spicy food. Serve chilled.
The Last Chance is a beautifully sited two-hectare terrace perched in bright clear air above the Earnscleugh Valley, carefully planted with well-tended Burgundian clone pinot noir. It nestles amongst a small cluster of the World’s most southerly vineyards and takes its name from the watercourse that runs through its heart, hand-dug by gold miners in the 1860s, The Last Chance. Soils are raw schist gravels that are low in fertility and require careful nurturing
Strawberry, raspberry coulis, and spice aromatics lead to a soft elegantly textured mouthfeel showing fresh minerality, poise and drive.
Inaugural release of our Rose! Made from Shiraz & Cabernet Sauvignon sourced from the Wangolina vineyard in Mt Benson. Vibrant in colour and deliciously crisp on the palate with a balance of steely acidity and a hint of sweetness. The perfect Sunday wine - fun, fresh and delicious. Definitely going to be our new fave for this Summer at Wangolina.
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