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Chardonnay's noble history begins in the Burgundy region in the early 1300s. Adaptable to a variety of climates, chardonnay is truly representative of the place in which it is grown, and can produce wines that are clean, crisp and light; to complex, oaky and voluptuous. Yet, chardonnay seems to provoke both reverence and loathing - read on for a little more about the wine that always elicits a passionate opinion! Continue »
Riesling has a long history in Australia with a sometimes ‘bittersweet’ reputation, stemming from an ongoing perception of riesling as a sweet wine. However, the rieslings of the Great Southern are characteristically dry, delicate and complex, telling a story of the nuances of terroir and place. Continue »
With Australia’s warm climate it seems only natural for us to produce a chilled red wine in the style of Beaujolais Nouveau which offers the red wine flavour profile we love. Continue »
Read on to learn more about this versatile variety, and Singlefile’s Single Vineyard Grenache, in this piece by Ian from our talented cellar door team. Continue »
Cabernet Sauvignon can be viewed as the brooding vinicultural personification of regal majesty, its image deeply etched into our collective wine consciousness. When finely crafted, Cabernet should be opulent yet elegant; bold, but also marked with nuanced complexity. Continue »
There is an official day in August, the 18th in fact, when we can tip our collective hat and pay tribute to Pinot Noir. A salute of recognition for so many beautiful memories past and present when the wine made our glasses sing, bringing love and colour to a moment, meal or a time of sharing. Pinot Noir, like no other red wine, can dazzle and uplift, marrying with so many varied foods or friends. It’s a soft, silky divinely textured transmission, dialled for bright cherry and red berry fruits while humming earthy, herbal notes. Continue »