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Burlesque Blanc de Blancs NV

Tasting Notes

Pale straw in colour with a bright green hue and fine mousse. It exhibits clean aromas of fresh and preserved citrus. A surprisingly textural wine, it has a fine persistent bead and a creamy mouthfeel. Citrus flavours dominate the palate with a refreshingly dry finish. This wine is a perfect aperitif style, or can be enjoyed glass after glass...!

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Bshot '19 Divine Light Riesling

Divine Light Riesling 2019

Tasting Notes

Mount Barker in Western Australia’s cooler southwest is the ideal location to harvest select parcels of Riesling.

Picked early to retain its floral aromatics and pristine acidity, the clear free run juice is cold fermented in stainless steel tanks and immediately bottled to preserve all the delicate flavours of this clean, crisp style. Cellaring potential 5+ years.

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siren

Sirenya Pinot Grigio 2018

Tasting Notes

The Sirenya Pinot Grigio is sourced from the elevated Mygunya Vineyard in the Adelaide Hills on the border of McLaren Vale.

Bright, fresh and aromatic with nashi pear lifted floral aromatics, the palate is quite rich and textural, yet remains minerally and with clean acidity and a long finish. The Sirenya is ideally suited to fresh seafood and seafood pasta dishes.

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shakre

Shakre Chardonnay 2018

Tasting Notes

The Shakre Chardonnay epitomises the new wave of Australian Chardonnay and demonstrates why Margaret River has become the benchmark wine region in Australia for Chardonnay.

Bright, clean and more aromatic than usual, the Shakre entices you with its rich fruit and subtle oak nuances before enveloping the palate with spotless Chardonnay fruit and citrus notes. With textural mid palate weight, there’s more here than meets the eye, with a crisp clean acid dry finish that lingers on, and on and on.

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salome

Salome Tempranillo Rosé 2018

Tasting Notes

The 2018 Salome Tempranillo Rosé is one of the new wave of serious Rosé wines now emerging across Australia, inspired by the wines of southern Europe, lighter in colour than most Australian Rosé and more focused on the savoury rather than sweet with a textural influence dominating the late palate.

The wine is fermented dry and does not rely on residual sugar to provide mid palate but only on the quality of the fruit flavours. Bright fluorescent pink in colour, the lifted bouquet is all cherry blossom, strawberry and Turkish Delight musk, which delights the palate with fruit sweetness, it races to a beautiful zingy crisp finish that invites another sip... and again... where did that bottle go?

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