Tasting Notes: Bold berry fruit, dark color and rich lingering finish, is the best description for this delicious shiraz. A deeply satisfying marriage of the fruit and tannin are complimented by the ever-present acidity, with a little time to air this wine becomes a rich masterpiece.
Tasting Notes: Always one of the ‘go to’ wines of Australia, this might be the best vintage yet. Mostly shiraz, with a shot of cabernet sauvignon and merlot to add more depth. Dark, brooding fruit luxuriously coats the palate with notes of black cherry and dark chocolate, giving way to a plush finish of vanilla-kissed tannins. A mouthful of joy at a very friendly price.
Tasting Notes: Dried peach and nectarine notes joined with a nice citrus and minerality set this sauvignon apart and give it complexity. There is a mineral kick driving the fruit with an energy usually seen in a more-premium wine.
Tasting Notes: Named after the stones in the vineyard that have the same color and add a distinctive minerality. Loads of aromatic and juicy lime notes on the palate, while the nose screams riesling from down under with a signature new pool toy aroma. A lovely dry Riesling with a palate full of citrus.
Tasting Notes: Cherry and raspberry notes are smooth and roll along the palate with a spice characteristic, giving the wine more definition. The purity of fruit combined with a powerful mouthfeel of grippy tannins lasts a long time on the finish.
Tasting Notes: A blend of shiraz (90%) and viognier (10%). A classic blend of red and white grapes ala northern Rhone France style. The viognier gives an attractive floral top note that adds interest and intrigue to its bass notes of dark fruit.
Tasting Notes: This reserve tier from Kia Ora shows elegance and complexity with layers of lilac, passion fruit and bright lemon zest, not to mention the minerality exploding on the palate and through the lengthy finish.
Tasting Notes: A powerhouse of a wine with an intense nose and palate dominated by rich cherry and plum flavors. These are joined by a complex medley of pepper and spice notes combined with a smooth texture that brings it all home.
Tasting Notes: Using the three traditional Champagne grape varities, this beautiful sparkling wine from Australia is more than just a cost effective alternative. It's textured, with multiple layers of fruit and spice. An outstanding cool weather sparkler.