Wine

  • GI Gippsland

    Tasting Notes: The wine holds white pepper spice coupled with sour cherry fruit. The wine is elegant, silky and powerful, belying its relatively light colour. The site and season show through strongly in this wine. Drink with: A great match with salmon or other fatty fish, roasted chicken or pasta dishes.
  • GI Gippsland

    Tasting Notes: The 2020 Rose is crisp, dry and fresh. It is a fantastic example of a great pinot Rose. A food friendly wine that is perfect to enjoy chilled on a warm summer day. Drink with: A versatile wine that is at home with a range of picnic items, simply prepared seafood and soft cheeses.
  • GI Gippsland

    Tasting Notes: The grapes from the 2018 South Gippsland season ripened fully and slightly earlier than usual and came with an excellent balance of sugar and acidity. This wine has a lovely fruity nose and is long and complex on the palate with a citrus acidity, nectarine fruit and beautifully balanced oak. A delicious drink now but will reward with some cellaring. Drinking with: Play to ripe Chardonnay’s impression of sweetness with ingredients such as corn, butternut squash, sweet potatoes and foods that are caramelized from roasting or grilling, like crisp-skinned roast chicken.
  • GI Gippsland

    Tasting Notes: Picked early to retain freshness and bright acidity, the wine has a lovely creaminess and texture with honey and dried fruit notes. The palate is lovely and fresh with a balanced, creamy mouth feel, aged complexity and a crisp dry finish. A versatile wine to enjoy all year round. Drink with: Blended from black grapes, a blanc de noir is an ideal accompaniment to oysters kilpatrick or a strong flavoured vintage cheese.
  • Tasting Notes: Ruby red in appearance, the nose is lifted and enticing with wild strawberries, blackberries and blueberries amongst spice and earth tones. The palate is light to medium bodied with fine tannins and a satin feel to the fruit. The acidity does just enough to corral the ample fruit. Drink With: A wine that is as comfortable with cheese and the couch as it is on a dinner party table.
  • Tasting Notes: Bright ruby red in appearance. The nose is aromatic with a range of berry fruits jostling for attention whilst a hint of cocoa and dusty drown earth sit in the background. The palate is medium weight with a savoury tannin profile that drinks well with or without food. The acidity adds a cranberry like freshness. The finish is balanced and long with a lingering succulence. Drink with: A versatile red that could be had with an antipasto platter, at a BBQ, with meaty pasta dishes or your favourite burger.
  • Tasting Notes: Deep straw yellow in appearance. The nose has ripe nectarine and peach flavours with hints of honeysuckle, hazelnuts and toffee. The palate is generous with a full body and rounded acidity. The finish is long and balanced. Drink with: A great pairing for roast chicken, tomato based pasta, tomato based pizza and washed rind cheeses.
  • Tasting Notes: Pale straw yellow appearance with an expressive nose. Green apples, zesty lime, guava and kiwi fruit drive the aromas. The palate is racy, refreshing and dry. The fruity flavours on the nose gain a mineral edge and enhance the savoury appeal. A wine with everyday appeal. Drink with: A versatile white that is at home with a range of picnic items, simply prepared seafood and soft cheeses.
  • Tasting Notes: Gently aromatic with aromas of fresh red apples, ripe nashi and white blossoms. The palate is  lively with refreshing acidity and a creamy feel to the palate. The finish is dry and balanced. Drink with: An ideal aperitif or cocktail base. A surprisingly pleasing match with fish and chips.
  • Infused with Waratah Hills Pinot Noir
  • Shiraz 2018

    $40.00
    Tasting Notes: A deep purple colour with enticing aromatics. The white pepper, purple florals, blackberry and fresh blood plums. The palate has a velvety feel with fresh acidity in keeping with the cool climate expression of Shiraz. The finish is balanced and fine with great length. Drink with: A wine that is an ideal roast accompaniment especially lamb and beef. In the cooler months it will stand up to rich stews and braises.
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