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  1. 2013 Riesling, Skillogalee
    whitewine

    2013 Riesling, Skillogalee

    (6x75cl)

    Mid straw in colour. On the nose there are lively fresh lime aromas with a touch of perfumed aromatics. The palate has intense citrus fruit flavours balanced by a refreshing acidity giving a crisp, dry, lingering finish.

  2. 2012 The Money Spider Roussanne, d'Arenberg

    The nose exhibits a whole array of characters from stone fruits and tropical notes through to nuttiness and an ever so delicate hint of Indian spice.
    The palate is robust! A luscious mix of pulpy fruit, green mango and papaya. These full flavours gently give way to honey blossom nuances and savoury pistachio notes which linger to a very long finish, adding refinement to the palate.

  3. 2009 The Last Ditch Viognier, d'Arenberg

    The nose is a heady mix of exotic aromas. White peach and nectarine are infused with candied ginger, spice and honey blossoms.
    The palate also displays white stone fruits and apricots mixed with florals, spices and savoury notes.
    Whilst typically rich and luscious, the mouthfeel is balanced out by a lovely, flowery, nutty tannin that adds both length and focus.

  4. 2013 The Hermit Crab Viognier/Marsanne, Originals, d'Arenberg

    The nose of this wine displays an enticing mix of white stonefruits and sweet pineapple with an underlying hint of ginger.
    The palate is luscious and flavoursome, again nectarine and peach are prominent, with a twist of candied citrus rind.
    These sweet flavours evolve through the palate into more savoury flavours reminiscent of raw almonds and spice.
    A generous, textural wine with a surprising finesse on the finish.

  5. NV DADD Brut, d'Arenberg
    sparkling

    NV DADD Brut, d'Arenberg

    (6x75cl)

    The bouquet has touches of granny smith apples and brioche with hints of grilled nuts. It has a fine bead with a creamy and vibrant mousse. The palate is dry, delicate and balanced with fresh oyster shell and lemon like acidity. There is a distinct grapefruit pith character which is long and mineral that rounds out the complex palate. The creamy chardonnay character on the palate adds richness and polish. The taste grows considerably with great minerality and complexity with poise and focus.

  6. 2010 Joseph Hill Gewurztraminer, Henschke

    Pale gold in colour. Lifted perfumed aromas of lychee, Turkish delight and rose petal with tropical hints. The palate shows perfumed fruits and is sweet and spicy, richly flavoured, a nice
    texture with crisp acidity and good length.

  7. 2011 The Stump Jump Chardonnay, d'Arenberg

    Very aromatic to start, lifted citrus blossom mix with white peaches and nectarines.
    Fresh and zesty on the palate, the oak lends support and gives a lovely creamy mouthfeel with texture and spice.

  8. 2013 Hand Picked Cabernet Malbec Rosé, Skillogalee

    The wine shows fresh raspberry and cranberry on the nose. The palate is fresh and lively, held together by a fine structure of natural acid and fine tannin balance.

  9. 2012 The Olive Grove Chardonnay, Originals, d'Arenberg

    The wine displays lovely peach and creamy notes, with an oyster shell minerality that runs through the palate.
    Full flavoured and textured but with a vibrant acidity and a long lingering finish, this wine delivers a plethora of stone fruit, blossoms and savoury notes.
    The oak influence is minimal allowing the true flavours of the fruit to shine.

  10. 2012 The Hermit Crab Viognier/Marsanne, Originals, d'Arenberg

    The nose of this wine displays an enticing mix of white stonefruits and sweet pineapple with an underlying hint of ginger.
    The palate is luscious and flavoursome, again nectarine and peach are prominent, with a twist of candied citrus rind.
    These sweet flavours evolve through the palate into more savoury flavours reminiscent of raw almonds and spice.
    A generous, textural wine with a surprising finesse on the finish.

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