Margaret River Range
Classic White 2016
Lifted orange blossom, combine with passionfruit and candied lemon. Lemon sherbet and passionfruit notes up front. As the wine evolves in the glass there’s notes of blackberry leaves, vanilla spice and quince paste. The palate is complex with both texture and a crisp acidity resulting in a wine with beautiful balance and wonderful length on the finish. This wine has that drinkability factor.
A blend of stone fruits and citrus – there’s peaches, nectarines with lemon and grapefruit. With no oak influence, this wine is all about the fruit. The stone fruits and citrus from the nose are all on the palate, joined with a marzipan and cashew nut character. The wine is textural and layered, with an underlying creaminess all balanced with a beautiful line from the crisp acidity. Serve lightly chilled and enjoy.
I keep trying to change this descriptor, but I can’t. This wine is unmistakeably strawberries and cream. Again, there are the unmistakable berry notes of strawberries and raspberries, with a hint of vanilla spice. This wine is off dry and balanced with natural acidity producing a refreshing and flavoursome finish. All in all a wine we believe is a benchmark Australian style. Definitely a wine to serve chilled, add in an ice block or two if needed, and drink whilst fresh and vibrant. But most importantly, enjoy!
Cabernet Merlot 2017
A dark cherry red with upfront dusty plums evolving into black berries, cassis and mocha notes. Blue and black berries mix with bay leaves, rosemary and sweet olive flavours. A complex blend of sweet and savoury. This is a rich blend that will continually open up and evolve in the glass. Medium term cellaring will only add to the wine's complexity.
This wine has spice – star anise and vanilla, combine with blueberries and mulberries and a definite floral note. This wine opens with an abundance of sweet berry fruits. Underneath is a complex mix of spice and mocha. French oak adds vanilla to the mix. Velvety smooth tannins lead to a gentle and lingering finish. Medium term cellaring will only add to the complexity of this wine.