Purchasing Our Wines
We ship domestically to anywhere in Australia. Cost of freight is is added to your order at the checkout after entering your delivery address but before your credit card has been processed.
We also deliver wine internationally to the USA, UK, EU, Hong Kong, Singapore, New Zealand and Japan. We work with a specialist provider who operates a seamless, point-to-point, personal wine export service direct from our cellar to your nominated address. Please contact us for further details at email@example.com
All freight costs include insurance for lost or damaged goods.
The fruit for this wine was sourced from a cool climate vineyard allowing us to produce a wine of vibrant colour with lifted berry fruits and spice on the nose.
Cabernet Merlot as a blend is making something of a comeback at the moment and still deserves more recognition than it currently gets as a wine style.
The distinguishing character of Sangiovese is that of savouriness followed by bitter (morello) cherries - traits which are more than abundant in our Pinocchio version.
This FUMÉ BLANC style is a beguiling wine that brings a new dimension to Sauvignon Blanc
Rose is one of the most versatile and enjoyable styles around, offering as it does a great compliment to Asian dishes or just a refreshing drink on a hot summer’s day.
This wine shows all of the classic 'Grigio' characters both on the nose and in the mouth.
Saturday 8th April 2017 12pm - 4pm
The Crittenden family, pioneers of Peninsula winemaking, and Pei Modern, a well regarded Melbourne restuarant, are teaming up to bring you this anticipated Melbourne Food and Wine Festival event. The Crittenden vineyard on the Mornington Peninsula will be the location for this relaxed lunch where Pei Modern's original chef is using the Estate's own vegetable gardens along with local produce to create four courses matched with Crittenden Wines.
MFWF 2017 Pei on the Peninsula
We apologise but tickets for this event have now sold out
Unashamedly this wine has a spicy herbal nose that is entirely attributed to the technique of whole bunch fermentation. Time in the glass allows layers of vibrant fruit to emerge until eventually the marriage of these two characters becomes seamless. It is the palate, however, that truly justifies the ferment technique with amazingly fine and textured tannins providing length and breadth to the wine well beyond those availed by conventional winemaking methods. Although drinking beautifully now, this wine will reward substantial cellaring, perhaps even for 24years and beyond.
Spicy herbal nose attributable to whole bunch fermenting. Beautifully fine and textured tannins on the palate. An exceptional wine - the premium of the premiums
The cool clean fermentation has helped preserve the wine’s wonderfully fresh aromatics.