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Light on the nose with soft scents of orange. The lightness continues onto the palate, with originally a sweet offering, before developing a slight bitterness on the finish. Fresh orange is evident, with rhubarb aromas lingering.
'The fluorescent orange colour of Aperol is a common sight on tables at Italian tourist spots. It’s a Campari-like Italian sweet/ bitter aperitif, but lower in alcohol, and a little less pungent. Its bitter orange aroma and flavour are very inviting with ice, a splash of soda and a slice of orange'.
- Sydney Morning Herald, 19 Aug 2014, by Ralph Kyte-Powell.
Picpoul de Pinet (prounounced ‘Pick-Pool de Pee-Nay’) is a white wine appellation in the Languedoc for wines made exclusively from ‘Piquepoul Blanc’ grape variety and is seeing a growth in popularity, especially in the UK.
With freshness and zero oak, it appeals to a wide range of tastes. If you like Sauvignon Blanc or Pinot Grigio or are looking for something a little different in white wine, you’ll LOVE Picpoul de Pinet.
The Domaine de la Serre Picpoul de Pinet has fresh bouquet with hints of lemon and grapefruit. A full-bodied, 'crunchy' and zesty palate which is rich and generous with hints of floral and grapefruit.
Taking home a gold medal, let alone a trophy from the Sydney Royal Wine Show is by no means an easy feat with the show being widely recognised as one of Australia’s premier events attracting some 2,300 entries per year. It’s nice to know our taste buds are calibrated correctly because we’re fallen for the latest vintage as it is a more reserved Provencal style.
Aromas of freshly picked summer raspberries and strawberries are pierced with fragrant lemon rind. Nuances of rose petals and a hint of dusty minerality tease the senses.
A compote of red berry flavours flows over the finely textured palate which is defined by a lingering acidity and savoury moreishness.
This excellent sparkling from Hardy's Bay of Fires is vibrant and bright, with tight apple, pear and stonefruit flavours that we've come to expect from Tasmania, bound to a racy acidity. Well-measured yeast characters add complexity to this very sophisticated offering.
Croser is a long-time favourite of ours. With distinct stone fruit characters and an assertive citrus kick, plus a fine mineral backbone that really stretches the fruit flavour.
Croser was one of the original method Champenoise Aussie sparklers to raise the bar on the quality of domestic fizz. The non-vintage is a blend of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay from selected sites in the Adelaide Hills.
This classy New Zealand sparkling has enjoyed unprecedented success. It's delicate and harmonious in style, with intense citrus and macaroon flavours and a lingering finish.
This fresh and fruity King Valley Prosecco is full of bubbles and has mouth-watering flavours of peach and fairy floss. A Springtime essential.
Ruffino is one of the best producers in Italy and it’s pretty easy to see why when you have a glass of the ethereal Prosecco. Clean and supple, pear and white peach are bright with a palate that’s balanced by a rich texture.