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2011 Wines from Wineries List: S
Delightfully lifted aromatics on the nose with hints of nuts and tropical fruits.The palate is rich and defined with rich flavours and great mouth feel. Food: Perfect with chicken or seafood. Cellaring: Drink now and for the next 3-5 years.
This is one of Australia's most loved varieties. Our Sauvignon blanc is vibrant, aromatic and generously flavoured; bursting with tropical, grapefruit and passionfruit flavours. The palate is clean, crisp, zesty and dry and the crunchy acidity on the finish makes it an excellent food wine.
Do you know what the best thing about Langhorne Creek is? Choc-mint. That's the distinctive character the region's reds are known for and a character which is genuinely quite addictive. This spicy, mid-weight wine has plenty of it too coupled with the heartiness that we know and love.
Appearance: Intense salmon pink with violet hues. Nose: Primary aromas of fresh, lifted and attractive earthy fruits, with hints of blueberry and spice. Palate: Strikingly fresh and vibrant with a flavoursome fruit driven palate that has a touch of spice. The palate is clean, crisp with fresh acidity and a fine savoury and persistent finish. Food: Warm Spicy Thai Seafood Salad.
This wine shows ample summer fruits on the nose - it is highly concentrated with raspberry, cherries and ripe peach and apricot notes. These flavours are carried forward onto the palate ending in a rich and soft aftertaste. A Rose made in a lighter style of summer drinking from our true South African grape variety Pinotage. The reason why we select Pinotage is for its tremendous fruit and lovely peach flavours.
On the nose, one can pick up subtle honeycomb flavours derived from a section of botrytised fruit used in the wine. It shows luscious ripe tropical fruit and some green grass on the nose carried through onto the palate with a lingering aftertaste of grapefruit and a zesty acidity. 80% Chenin Blanc, 20% Sauvignon Blanc
Sourced from low yielding vines located in the hills on the eastern edge of the Barossa Valley, the 2011 Schild Estate Barossa Chardonnay demonstrates what can be achieved with this variety by using fruit harvested from carefully selected parcels from the cooler portions of the Barossa. Fermented at low temperatures in stainless steel tanks in order to preserve the fresh fruit flavours, this wine is also supported by a complex structure and a rich, full flavour derived from techniques such as extended lees contact post fermentation rather than through the use of oak. Pale gold with green hues. Lifted notes of banana and tropical fruit. Traces of stone fruit and rock melon ...
Here’s a Cabernet that’s worth taunting a sheep with. Actually without being grotesque, it’s just a great match for roast lamb that we wanted to provide an arresting visual. Shingleback have an uncanny ability of turning out quality wine across the board and the Red Knot range is all about everyday drinking at a bargain price. This rich, McLaren Vale Cabernet shows red-fruit vibrancy and hints of licorice before a juicy and plump palate of rich, bold flavours. Classic Cabernet styling that rewards your investment.
McLaren Vale seems to have it all, vineyards, beaches, fresh produce and the ability to make world class wines. Shingle back are a James Halliday five star rated winery who make wines that are the essence of the Vale and this Shiraz ticks all the boxes. Value: check, drinkability: check: perfect with food: check. There’s a rich core of black fruit aromas that’s complexed by a fruitcake intensity. The palate is a swathe of black fruit flavour with hints of chocolate and licorice before mouth-filling tannins demand it be matched with meat.
The wines can be either single vineyard or blends, depending on what makes the strongest and most interesting wine. Having spent a good amount of time making organic and low input wines, I have brought this approach to Spinning Top, whereby, I let the fruit and environment do the work and I just set the wheels in motion so to speak. With low sulphur regimes, the use of wild ferments, extended lees ageing, and the occasional influence of oak, the wines represent the uniqueness of the sites in which the grapes grow, with complexity derived from the forces of nature and judicious blending.
Passion fruit, tomato leaf, cut grass. Vibrant and very intense can range from tropical on clay to green cut grass and gooseberry on lower terrace.
Picked and fermented separately, before being blended together immediately prior to bottling, this wine combines the depth of flavour and mouth feel of premium Barossa Semillon (51%) with the freshness and vibrancy of cool climate Adelaide Hills Sauvignon Blanc (49%). The resulting wine is one of freshness and approachability whilst still retaining the varietal nuances of each its components. COLOUR:- Bright with pale green hues. BOUQUET: - Fresh cut grass and warm tropical fruits. PALATE: - Hints of tropical fruits, provide fresh vibrant primary fruit characters. The presence of well balanced acidity ensures a clean, fresh finish.
It's actually not technically a Moscato this wine - Moscato style is more like it, for it is actually just early picked Riesling that is then stopped early through it's ferment to make a light, sweet and juicy white wine. The net result is juicy, lively and very moreish sweet wine for immediate luscious drinking pleasure, though still with the higher acidity of Riesling grapes. Clever work Schild family!
Sevenhill are one of the oldest wineries in the Clare Valley it was set up by Jesuit priests to make sacramental wines. Thankfully these days you don’t have to go to church to try their work as they do a range of table wines. So will they tempt you with this heavenly Riesling? We think so. It’s full of waxy citrus and apple blossom and is a very pure example of the grape. Grapefruit and lemon feature on the tight lean palate culminating in a long, dry finish.
Sixfootsix Pinot Gris is about the fruit, little more, nothing less. A bright, fresh and juicy wine, it offers the finesse and restraint of Old World style while defining the depth of flavour possible from cool climate pinot gris. Inviting and persuasive, this eminently drinkable wine is best enjoyed while young and fresh. Bright, light gold with a flash of brass. A vibrant, varietal perfume saturates the senses with elegant pear, honeysuckle and lime in an alluring cocktail of aromas; all this in true pinot gris fashion, vivacious and irresistible.
If the term ‘Squeal like a pig’ gives you instant flashbacks to the movie Deliverance then we can help you with some vinous therapy. This is not the drink of choice of red necks, but it is a very smart savvy from the Awatere Valley in Marlborough. This is a more mineral laden style with the typical core of citrus and passionfruit that characterises the variety. Full of fresh acids and a creamy length it’s the ultimate pairing with a dozen oysters.
Cracka wines don’t get much better than this very tasty blend bringing two great Australian wine styles together – Orange Sauvignon Blanc and Hunter Valley Semillon made by the experienced hands of Andrew Margan, or Margs as we call him here at Cracka. This wine has everything – passionfruit, lemon, zesty acidity – a wine ripe for the picking this Summer. You can forget Marlborough with great Australian wines like this.
Crystalline ruby red colour and flushed with the spring-time aromas of seasonal red fruits - cherry, strawberry, raspberry and rose-hip. The palate is tangy and full of these same fresh and fleshy bright red fruits, yet luscious, rich and creamy. Food Ideas: Thai Green Chicken Curry or Warm Duck Salad.