Unashamedly this wine has a spicy herbal nose that is entirely attributed to the technique of partial 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 24 years and beyond.
The fifth vintage of our much loved Kangerong Pinot Noir, which celebrates place, this wine's purity of fruit and backbone is a must drink for lovers of this fickle grape variety.
This desirable blend of Chardonnay cuts the perfect balance between fruit, texture and acidity.
This FUMÉ BLANC style is a beguiling wine that brings a new dimension to Sauvignon Blanc
Our flagship Chardonnay, the Zumma, is an exercise in restraint. Everything you would want from a cool climate Chardonnay. Figs, stone fruit, and unmistakeable cool climate acidity.
This wine walks the middle ground between being fruit driven and more complex and structured.
The cool clean fermentation has helped preserve the wine’s wonderfully fresh aromatics.
A very fortunate mistake! That's how I now describe the confusion that led to many Australian vignerons (including ourselves) inadvertently planting Savagnin in the belief we were planting the Spanish (Galican) variety of Albarino. Years of subsequent perspiration, education and frustration have resulted in the release of our third Sous Voile Savagnin. A Cri de Coeur (Cry of the Heart) if ever there was one! Rollo Crittenden
Fresh, mineral and lively with hints of bitter orange and red berries balanced nicely by creaminess and spice,