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Crafted from Rapaura Springs' family estate vineyards, this Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc exhibits distinct individual and varietal characteristics. With classic tropical notes as well as citrus and fresh herbs on the pallet, the 2013 vintage Rapaura Springs Sauvignon Blanc combines complexity and structure with clean cut acidity, providing an exceptional premium style at an affordable price point.
• Blue Gold - Sydney International Wine Competition 2014
• Gold Medal - New Zealand International Wine Show 2014
• Gold Medal - Mundus Vini Grand International Wine Awards 2015.
• IWSC Sauvignon Blanc Trophy 2015.
With strawberry, melon and flower petal flavours, Mrs. Wigley fits the bill. Made from Grenache, it has a touch of sweetness, a zesty kick and finishes squeaky clean, leaving a refreshing zing in the mouth.
'I never let summer pass without drinking my share of this wonderful rose. Bright red fruits on the nose with leafy floral rose petal grenache. The palate is light bodied but with so many ripe lively flavours supported with a crisp, fine acid. Serve it nice and chilled, its great with spicy food.' – 97/100
- Weekend West, Perth, 14 Dec 2013, by Ray Jordan.
Head Shiraz is an amalgamation of fruit usually destined for his single vineyard wines and is matured in predominantly older French oak hogsheads. Unlike many others, this wine lets the fruit do all the talking, alluring with its complex spectrum and perfume. Not a monster in the mouth, there's a freshness to its plump and juicy texture courtesy of fine tannins and underlying acidity. Outstanding value, it manages to capture all the great hallmarks of the Barossa.
Alex Head - Head Wine Winemaker - The Barossa Valley has been witness to the coming of a 'new wave' or 'new breed' of young talented winemakers. We’ve been intently following Alex Head throughout this time, producing a unique set eye opening Barossan wines, inspirationally drawn from his passion towards Northern Rhone Syrah. Soil and aspect is therefore very much key, imparting style and character and this new release Head Red is no exception.
A bargain Pinot sourced from various vineyards in the Yarra Valley. Rich and soft with spicy strawberry and cherry fruit flavours.
'None-too-shabby pinot noir selling for less than $20. Light rhubarb and sour cherry aromas with some meaty influences. The palate has a decent kick of tannin though it's fine. Well-structured serious pinot noir that will give you a good introduction to this variety.' - 91 Points. - West Australian, 30 Jan 2014, by Ray Jordan.
Fruit for this wine comes from the cool climate of Tumbarumba. It’s a lighter style of Pinot Noir featuring bright fruit with silky plush tannins and great length.
The fruit for Eden Road's The Long Road Pinot is sourced from the same vineyards as the Chardonnay - Courabyra and Maragle in Tumbarumba.The wine displays intense aromas of cherries, currants and clovey spice. The palate is juicy and generous with silky, plush tannins and admirable length.
'The use of 25% whole bunches in the fermentation of this wine provides a sappy cold tea aromatic lift that sits comfortably alongside fragrant red fruits and a suggestion of spicy oak; the palate reveals a muscular structure, with fine tannins and chalky acidity leading to a generously long finish; will reveal more suppleness and finesse with time in bottle.'
- 92 points. - James Halliday, Australian Wine Companion 2014.
Bright, fresh and fragrant with a delicious cherry palate balanced by savoury notes, this wine is youthful but packed with flavour. What's most impressive about is that it offers depth and structure well beyond its modest price tag. A Pinot Noir to drink tonight.
'Heard the buzz about Tasmanian pinot noir but can't afford to lash out more than $20. Here's your answer. Attractive smoky, woody spice aromas. Juicy, bright fruited with strawberry pith acidity and well table mannered.'
- Daily Telegraph, Sydney, 15 Jun 2013, Tony Love.
Lush textural Pinot with intense sweet cherry fruit which is cleverly offset by vibrant acid and a wash of super fine tannin to finish. Amazing value for a classy Marlborough wine and a sure-fire pick to impress any Pinot drinker.
• Silver Medal International Wines & Spirits Competition 2014.
• Matt Skinner’s Best Pinot under $20 in Australia.
Produced by the iconic Josef Chromy this Tasmanian Pinot Noir exudes ripe plum aromas that gives way to a spicy structured palate full of bright red cherries. Garnet in colour this Pinot Noir has flavours of chocolate covered Maraschino cherries and a piquant backbone of acidity. Perfect partner to Kale chips, fig rolls, roast duck.
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