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  1. 2013 Hand Picked Gewurztraminer, Skillogalee

    Shows the unmistakable floral, rose petal aromas and flavours of pure Gewurztraminer fruit, sometimes also reminiscent of passionfruit or lychees. It has a strength of character without being oily or overpowering, is intensely fruity but dry on the finish and has good balancing acidity.

  2. 2010 The Twenty Eight Road Mourvedre, d'Arenberg

    A combination of blood orange, redcurrant, iodine, oregano and rosewater give the wine strong aromatics and exotic flavours.
    As it develops we will see even more layers of complexity in the form of game, cured meats and new leather.
    The palate is pleasantly medium bodied, displaying a beautiful restraint that allows all of these flavours to share the spotlight.
    The tannins are slightly cedary.

  3. 2010 The Stump Jump White Blend, d'Arenberg

    Riesling gives the finesse and class to this wine, Sauvignon blanc adds loads of aromatics, and the Marsanne and Roussanne provide complexity, weight and nuttiness to the palate.
    The resulting wine is an exotic mix of citrus, stone fruits, passionfruit, guava and tinned pineapple which develops into a long savoury, nutty like finish.
    The mouthfeel is rich and luscious without being overly oily, kept in check by a fine line of mineral acidity.

  4. 2012 Coralinga Sauvignon Blanc, Henschke

    Pale green-gold in colour. The vibrant nose shows lifted lemon blossom, gooseberry, melon and grassy aromas. The palate is delicate yet rich with layers of flavours, good balance, and finishing crisp and long.

  5. 2013 Reserve Shiraz, Tooma River, Warburn Estate

    Shiraz has found its natural home in the sun kissed Australian vineyard, where it produces a ripe, fruit forward style loved for its immediate approachability. Our Reserve Shiraz is no exception, with a rich nose redolent with red and black berry aromas and a smooth, textured palate dripping with juicy dark fruits, hints of chocolate and lively spices.

  6. 2012 Riesling, Madfish
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    2012 Riesling, Madfish

    (6x75cl)

    The wine is bright, pale straw in colour with green hues.
    An aromatic lift of zested lime skin and citrus flower provides an enticing entry to the wine. The palate has an upfront burst of citrus juice, a generous fruity weight and a crisp, mineral acidity to finish.

  7. 2012 Director's Cut Cabernet Sauvignon, Heartland

    Deep purple colour heralds blackcurrant accompanied by ripe red cherry. A mouth coating texture and supple tannin structure create an experience of perfect equilibrium.

  8. 2013 The Stump Jump White Blend, d'Arenberg

    Riesling gives the finesse and class to this wine, Sauvignon blanc adds loads of aromatics, and the Marsanne and Roussanne provide complexity, weight and nuttiness to the palate.
    The resulting wine is an exotic mix of citrus, stone fruits, passionfruit, guava and tinned pineapple which develops into a long savoury, nutty like finish.
    The mouthfeel is rich and luscious without being overly oily, kept in check by a fine line of mineral acidity.

  9. 2011 The Stump Jump Cabernet Sauvignon, d'Arenberg

    Sweet crème de cassis and mulberry, aromatic violets with a twist of blackcurrant leaf, if you were in any doubt as to the wines varietal provenance. Shows beautifully elegant on the palate but still offers plenty of dark, sweet fruits. The mint and leafy notes work as a nice counter point to the more luscious mulberry fruit. The cedary notes and fine grained tannin draw the wine to a long and focused finish. Primary, balanced and vibrant in youth, this wine is as appealing now as it will no doubt be in 3-5 years.

  10. 2010 The High Trellis Cabernet Sauvignon, d'Arenberg

    Cooler years in McLaren Vale always lead to incredibly expressive and highly varietal Cabernets.
    The High Trellis is no exception with an abundance of blackcurrant, violets and minty notes leaping from the glass.
    Beautiful bright purple fruits dominate the palate, countered by typical Cabernet characters such as red capsicum skin and fresh mint.
    The wine feels quite linear at this stage of its development and the combination of fruit and fine chalky tannins seems to go on and on endlessly.
    A wine that can be savoured now or allowed to develop for the next five to 10 years.

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