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4.5 Stars, Best of the West, Winestate Magazine, May 2019
Grapefruit and white peach aromas lead to a concentration of citrus and stone fruit on the palate, with a toasty nutty complexity and creamy texture thanks to partial malolactic fermentation. It has power and finesse, beauty in its youth, yet the ability to age softly over the next 15 to 20 years.
$54.00 as part of a straight or mixed case
96 points, James Halliday, Australian Wine Companion, Aug 2019
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The Vivienne Chardonnay is at once rich and refined, balanced and complex. The fine aromas range from citrus and stone fruit to butter and cream. The palate is deep following a long line of mineral acidity. A wine of purity and drive, it is made only in exceptional vintage years with very limited cases available.
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92 points, Ray Jordan, Western Suburbs Weekly, Jan 2019
The wine displays aromas of lychee, cloves and dried orange peel. It is light bodied with a softly textured mouthfeel. Floral flavours of fresh lychee are complemented by orange blossom and lime curd, creating a subtle sweet finish with a touch of minerality.
93 points, Nick Butler, The Real Review, Nov 2019
Pale pink in colour, this is a contemporary style of dry rosé; nuanced and delicate flavours of wild strawberries, sour cherries and spices. It is long in flavour with delicate savoury elements. It provides a persistent, textural and dry finish. Best enjoyed chilled.
The wine displays lifted aromas of cherries and spice with savoury notes. The palate is light with subtle texture of cherry supported by well integrated fine tannins leading to a long elegant finish with hints of spice. An easy drinking style Pinot Noir.
$22.50 as part of a straight or mixed case
4 Stars, Equal Top in Category, Winestate Magazine, May 2019
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A fuller styled pinot with fruit sourced from the Pemberton region of Western Australia, with lifted aromas of sour cherries, earthiness and spice. These characters follow through on the palate with a medium weight and textured mouth feel with soft tannins and a long finish.
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$31.50 as part of a straight or mixed case
94 points, Nick Butler, The Real Review, Sep 2019
Produced from fruit planted at the Singlefile Denmark Vineyard, these Burgundian pinot noir clones were selected for their suitability to the cooler climates and rich soils. The viticulture and winemaking techniques used were with the sole purpose of highlighting the unique characteristics of Pinot Noir from this site. Made with minimum effective sulphites, it was not fined and only minimally filtered.
This medium bodied Tempranillo displays earthy, spicy, forest floor notes, with savoury hints and gentle oak support. The wine is effortlessly mouth filling with a savouriness balanced with acidity and gentle fine-grained tannins, leading to a long finish.
4 stars, Winestate Magazine, Feb 2020
This wine displays bright and lifted aromas of dark berries and spicy oak support. The wine is effortlessly mouth filling with juicy red fruit flavours balanced with acidity and gentle fine grained tannins which lead to a long finish.
92+ points, Campbell Mattinson, The Wine Front, Sep 2019
This wine is a blend of the classic Rhône varieties of Shiraz, Grenache and Mataro. It comes alive with gorgeous aromatics, a plush palate, smooth mouthfeel and chewy tannins. Its perfect match is slow-cooked lamb shanks with steamed vegies and creamy mashed potato.
$28.80 as part of a straight or mixed case