A lively sparking displaying hints of fresh citrus, ripe peach and zesty tropical aromas. This follows through to a very clean and crisp palate with soft moussey bubbles and layers of fruit flavour that linger. This single variety style sparkling will delight your senses and invigorate any celebration! Drink Now till 2018
(375ml bottle) Langhorne Creek SA. The rich flavoursome Shiraz produced by Bleasdale at their Langhorne Creek vineyard is ideally suited to the sparkling style.
Bright, deep straw in color in the glass with an appealing bouquet of ripe fruit mixed with hints of apple, pear and peach. Fresh and fruity on the palate with a great vein of acidity and lively finish.
Coonawarra SA. A remarkably fresh sparkling wine with a lively, creamy, mousse and a full, supple body. Enjoy it now in all its youthful glory as an aperitif.
Epernay, France. Moët & Chandon, with its perfect balance of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier has become one of the world’s most-loved Champagnes. ‘Moet’ is characterised by bright fruitiness and elegant maturity. The palate reveals subtle pear, citrus and brioche notes.
(200ml piccolo) France. A delicious sparkling wine produced by Varichon and Clerc. Fresh, light and dry on the palate, easy to enjoy and very popular at social occasions.
Adelaide Hills SA. Displays exceptional cool-climate characteristics with Nashi pear and lemon citrus on the nose. These aromas develop into guava, green lime and hints of honey on the palate finishing with a dramatic clean and crisp finish.
Vibrant passionfruit and tropical notes make this white a treat to drink. Made up of fruit from selected vineyards, this Babich white is a very refreshing wine with plenty to offer.
Verona Italia. Pinot Grigio is the varietal of the moment and this is a very good example from the Veneto that shows what it should really taste like. Fresh and zippy, the wine is dry with ripe peachy fruit flavours – if you’re into Pinot Grigio this is the one to drink.
Adelaide Hills SA. Adelaide Hills vineyards were selected to accentuate the citrus and melon notes in the wine to match the natural acid and tropical flavours. A well credentialled wine that bursts with flavour.
Mclaren Vale SA. One of the very best Chardonnays doing the rounds from McLaren Vale due to its lighter, slightly austere nature. Citrus melon and fruit-salad aromas give the wine an attractive lifted bouquet and the palate is flavoursome fresh and lively.
South East Australia. Beginning life as a crisp summertime white by iconic Australian wine figure, Trevor Mast, Four Sisters Sauvignon Blanc offers herbaceous and spicy fruit which delivers a crisp, well balanced wine.
Clare Valley SA. This fine elegant Riesling has aromas of lime juice and honey blossom while the palate offers excellent fruit weight with minerally flavours that linger on the finish. Drinking beautifully and sure to age well.
Adelaide Hills SA. Shaw & Smith is a benchmark Sauvignon Blanc. This release shows ripe tropical characters with restrained grassy notes and crisp dry acidity. Delightfully fresh lively and flavoursome.
Blushing pink in colour with beautiful floral and musky notes on the bouquet. Lively creamy beads tie together grape sweetness and zesty acidity leaving a pleasing refreshing taste on the palate.
Brilliant pale straw colour. Aromas of freshly cut pear and green apple abound, alongside a lifted floral note. Bright citrus flavours illuminate the palate, filling the mouth with flavour. Made as an unwooded dry style, the result is both refreshing and persistent.
Adelaide Hills SA. Dominated with aromas of cranberries, stewed red plums and raspberries. The palate enhances these characteristics with intense earthy flavors that intertwine with soft silky tannins.
Mclaren Vale SA. d’Arenberg The Dead Arms gets its name from old, extremely low-yielding McLaren Vale vines that have certain ‘arms’ of the vine die off which results in higher concentrated fruit on the remaining alive arms. A wine of enormous power, intensity and real complexity.
Floral aromas and wild berries with a wonderful clove and cinnamon jump out of the glass while the palate displays rich, bold, black fruit and savoury spice on the palate with structured rounded tannins.
South Australia. Intense youthful fresh ripe berry fruit flavours with some well integrated vanillin oak. Full bodied dense ripe berry fruit flavours balanced with vanillin oak but yet long and smooth.
The wine has a firm, elegantly concentrated core and line that leads to a juicy and luscious, lively and vibrant finish with fine tannin textures. This is a finely concentrated, sweetly ripe blackcurrant and cassis fruited Cabernet Sauvignon with nuances of mint and eucalypt.
the Bull Trader Cabernet Merlot displays lovely blackberry and classic minty fruit characters, nicely balanced with spicy oak and finished with great length and richness. A classic, full bodied blend that’s exceptional value for money.
Barossa Valley SA. Like the frugal farmer who wastes nothing, Barossa winemaker Rocky O’Callaghan, ferments grenache and mataro on the skins left over from his rose production – made from the obscure variety, alicante bouchet. The result is a light, crimson-rimmed, joyous red, brimming with lively, fruity flavours.
Barossa Valley SA. Rockford Basket Press Shiraz is arguably Australia’s leading cult Shiraz. “Rocky” O’Callaghan continues to provide Barossa Shiraz lovers with a wine that has beautifully balanced, rich, ripe and concentrated red berry fruit with mocha and earth tones with a length that goes on for days.
Barossa Valley SA. A pronounced intensity purple in the glass, the wine opens to refined aromatics of plums, crushed rock, integrated oak and Christmas cake. The palate has ripe tannins, a full bodied impression and flavours of spiced plums and some good length.
Over the last 4 decades, Church Block has become one of Australia’s favourites with its rich, full-bodied style consisting of swathes of black and blue fruits and a nice, smooth finish that seems to last ever so long for such an affordable red wine.