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A blend of fruit from several cool-climate Tasmanian vineyards, creamy and quite complex, red berry and candied flavours, lovely acidity, fine persistent bubbles and a crisp, dry finish.
Cattier's Brut Non-Vintage Champagne is a blend of Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay grapes from the vineyard and famous Champagne House of Cattier in Chigny-Les-Roses. The bouquet is rich in warm pastries with a hint of green apple note in the background. The palate is both fruity yet quite savoury. Bready and yeasty, with notes tangy apples. Overall, fantastic stuff!
Delamotte, the fifth oldest Champagne house, was founded in 1760 in Le Mesnil - considered, both then and now, the single greatest Chardonnay growing village in the Champagne region.
The pursuit of quality drives all decisions in the vineyard and winery; the winemakers use only Chardonnay and Pinot Noir from Grand Cru villages, and only first pressing juice is included. The various cuvées are allowed extended time ageing on lees before disgorgement, and dosage is kept to a minimum. The resulting wines are supremely elegant - the perfect aperitif style - while displaying the complexity and finesse that are the hallmarks of the finest Champagne.
'One of the best buys in exquisitely crafted Champagne.' | Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate.
With fruit sourced from a quartet of blocks in Central Otago, this wine delivers harmonious balance with savouriness and a hint of charcuterie. This is a very voluptuous and special wine with incredible length. Founded by Hollywood star Sam Neill, this wine is one to look out for. Crowning this Pinot Noir as winner for best premium red wine was an easy choice. Spoil yourself.
We’ve long thought of this as one of Australia’s best dry whites, so it’s fitting that this year it took top honours, winning Best Value White Wine for its textural mouthfeel, full flavours and gorgeous nose. Notable for its ability to age, it’s hard to believe this could go from 10/10 to 11/10!
'One of the world’s rarest grape varieties is Marsanne, which has its origins in northern Rhone and Hermitage in France. Some of the world’s oldest Marsanne vines are actually much closer to home. Tahblik winery in the central Victorian region of Nagambie Lakes is not only home to vines that date back to 1927. The estate is also the world’s largest single holding of the varietal.'
- James Halliday Wine Companion 2016 Winery Of The Year.
In a sea of Provençal Rosés and flattering imitations, it was Manon Rosé that shone most brightly. With its brilliant salmon hue, nose of white flowers and pit fruit, rich giving mouthfeel and gorgeous length, crowning this Rosé as winner was an easy choice.
The French sure know how to make outstanding Rosé - and this one certainly stood out for the judges with its brilliant salmon colour and nose of white flowers and pit fruit. The mouthfeel is rich, potent and fresh with a silky structure that lingers on the finish.
This is a superbly complex, rich, nutty, biscuity wine. Extended yeast lees ageing in the bottle adds outstanding depth and subtlety. A truly refined sparkling that makes the perfect start to a special meal.
'A refined, sophisticated sparkler with layered complexity and a zesty citrus element. An absolute gem!' - Bob Paulinski | Vintage Cellars Master of Wine.
'Apparently when Brown Brothers decided to create a premium range named after their Grandmother, the esteemed matriarch herself declared "well it had better be bloody good!" Needless to say, it certainly is. Based on techniques observed at Champagne Bollinger, this superbly complex, rich, nutty, biscuity wine must rank among Australia's best and is world class. Extended yeast lees ageing in bottle has added a depth and subtlety that I find breathtakingly delicious. Worth every cent, I think this is close to being Champagne in all but name.' - Geoff Geary | Vintage Cellars Indooroopilly.