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Geelong, VIC
Adelaide Hills, SA

The Adelaide Hills is rapidly developing a crop of fantastic gruner producers and this is no exception. Green pear, apple, lemon and a herbal fennel notes on the nose. The ripe pear texture on the palate is kept in place by the acidity, providing a dry mineral finish.

Yarra Valley, VIC
Clare Valley, SA

Peter Barry brought in Assyrtiko vines into Australia after visiting Santorini in Greece and falling in love with their local varietal. Picture sitting on a terrace overlooking the water, tucking into some char-grilled Octopus and enjoying a glass of this. Citrus drive, crisp acidity and underlying saline edge... this wine is made for food.

Macedon Ranges, VIC

Macedon Ranges and it's surroundings have established a small (216ha) but incredibly quality focus region just north of Melbourne. Joshua Cooper, the son of Nelly and Allan Cooper, the founders of the acclaimed Cobaw Ridge winery is adding significantly to the reputation of the region. The Captains Creek vineyard is a small organic vineyard just outside the Macedon region in an area unofficially known as Western Victoria. The wine ages one year in oak on full lees with no interference before being transferred to stainless steel for a further 6 months elevage.

The wine has tightly wound acidity with minerality nuances and flavours of Lemon curd, Green apple, fresh almond and citrus blossom.

Canberra District, ACT
As a young wine this shows exotic melon and fig aromas, a light and taut palate and a hint of texture to match with food. It will continue to improve over some years, gaining depth, complexity and the typical Gruner-driven spice characters of white pepper, parsnip and fresh herbs.
Margaret River, WA
Margaret River, WA

An unexpected treat from Margaret River.

Geelong, VIC

Lethbridge is the story of three friends, Ray Nadeson, Maree Collis and Adrian Thomas who whilst working in science and medicine decided to have a crack at winemaking. Allegra is sourced from low yielding, 35year old vines near Mount Duneed in Geelong. The fruit was whole bunch pressed directly into 100% new French oak puncheons. The wine was then fermented and left on gross lees for 15 before blending and bottling. Rich and vibrant oak, flint and biscuit aromas are contrasted by tight grapefruit and lemon acidity.

King Valley, VIC

Pear and apple fruit character on the palate with a backbone of fresh limey acidity. An easy wine pairing for a range of seafood and lighter dishes.

Yarra Valley, VIC

This wine is developing fantastically with age. Wild yeast fermentation and wild malolactic fermentation in 4000l Foudre.
Lemon meringue, peach and citrus blossom are still present with some developing honey and waxy notes.

Hunter Valley, NSW
Yarra Valley, VIC
Yarra Valley, VIC

This vineyard is one of the highest vineyards in Yarra Valley (270m) and sits on red volcanic soils. Mac Forbes prefers to describe a wine by feel rather than tastin notes with this wine described as vitality in a bottle.

Strathbogie Ranges, VIC
Tasmania, TAS

Marco Lubiana is the son of renown Biodynamic vigneron, Stefano Lubiana. The Lucille vineyard is planted on a grey clay, containing riverbed stones covered by a sandy loam top soil, and is certified Biodynamic. The chardonnay grapes were hand picked, 100% whole bunch pressed, and barrel fermented in old French oak.

Hunter Valley, NSW

Breaking Ground is the initiative of 3rd generation grower/maker Ollie Margan. He’s a young winemaker to watch as he develops his own style from his family’s holdings in the hunter valley. This wine comes from 40yr old Semillon vines from the Fordwich Hill vineyard. A younger drinking Semillon with subtle texture and great acid balance.

Margaret River, WA

Mark is one of my favourite winemakers in Margs and this is one of my go to Vermentino’s. Native to Sardiania but grown extensively in Italy, this varietal sits somewhere in the middle of Riesling, Viognier and Albarino depending on the producer and growing conditions. This particular vintage for Marq wines looks like a salty apricot riesling and jumps almost jumps out of the glass at you.

Adelaide Hills, SA
Part barrel, part skins contact, part stainless steel, 9 months lees maturation. Complex stuff but it gives us the structure and fruit we look for in Sauvignon Blanc. Lemongrass, flint, cumquat and mandarin.
Clare Valley, SA
Heathcote, VIC

Greco on skins for 100 days, resulting in a wine of texture and immense flavour. Fresh red apple skin and dried herbs with crisp acidity and deliciously drinkable acidity, crunchy and vibrant . Fermented and rested in 800lt Tuscan, handmade amphora for 11 months.

Goulburn Valley, VIC
Marsanne normally makes a medium bodied lightly aromatic wine. In 2017 they picked the fruit very early giving a crisp and delicate wine with just 11% alcohol. Kept for 18 months on yeast lees, the wine is full of flavour and has developed excellent complexity and texture.
Mornington Peninsula, VIC
Brilliant very pale straw colour with a watery hue. Aromas of fresh pear, apple and dried honey are trailed by some citrus and light spice. Rich pear, ripe apple and dried honey flavours have a fullish, rounded mid palate feel underscored by quince, citrus and subtle spice. Excellent concentration finishing dry with good fresh acidity. The aftertaste long and luscious with lightly spiced pear, quince and dried honey characters.
Yarra Valley, VIC

The 2018 Chardonnay has a more natural acid line with incredible fruit concentration that is still fresh and focussed. Hints of the 30% new French oak used as shown as toasty oak characters and struck match. on the palate there is ripe pear, almond meal and grapefruit flavours.

Geelong, VIC
Adelaide Hills, SA

Honeysuckle, Apple and Pear on the nose with Quince and Blood Orange pith on the palate.

Geelong, VIC

Lifted bouquet of green tropical fruits and citrus with subtle nutty aromas derived from barrel fermentation. Abundant guava and pink grapefruit, vanilla and a mineral edge, with oak adding texture to the mid palate. Citrussy acidity adding precision, focus and length.

Yarra Valley, VIC

Oakridge is an icon of Yarra Valley chardonnay focussing on a high solid barrel ferments to generate flinty, smokey characteristics that are especially prized by modern chardonnay winemakers.

Margaret River, WA

This wine combines the zesty citrus freshness of Semillon with the exotic passionfruit and guava of Sauvignon blanc. Fermentation and ageing on yeast lees in seasoned oak adds layer of creamy texture to the wine.

Eden Valley, SA

The Steingarten Riesling is one of the most well known wines in Australia with Colin Gramp planting vines at Steingarten in the 1970's. This Riesling is always a precise example of Eden Valley Riesling with steely minerality, piercing lime notes and balanced acidity with the winemaking team treating this wine with due respect.

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