The 5th Generation Sauvignon Blanc has density of flavour, with textural interest following to a crisp and smooth palate. The finish exhibits crunchy natural acidity for excellent vibrancy with persistence of flavour that makes this wine a genuine crowd pleaser.
Medium-bodied in style, this wine displays typical perfumed aromas of dark plum and cherries, soft silky tannins with sweet spices and fruit. The palate is delicately layered with red berry and plum flavours and is balanced by the ripe tannins with the addition of oak and fruit sweetness.
The iconic 2014 Abednego is a richly flavoured and elegantly structured wine with a beautifully balanced palate, complemented by flavours of plums, spice and liquorice with hints of vanilla. The dense, mouth-filling mid-palate and long, textural finish combine to create a wine that is rich and elegant.
The 2016 Cabernet Merlot is a classic blend that combines the elegant structure and vibrant fruit characters of Cabernet Sauvignon with the plummy softness of Merlot. The palate is long and elegantly structured with oak and Cabernet tannins, carrying this wine through to a long, flavoursome finish.
The palate is finely textured and richly flavoured, full of peach, apricot and pear that lead to a long, clean finish. An elegant and complex wine that will drink beautifully on release but will certainly stand up to a few years in the cellar. Great varietal expression from the cool-climate Adelaide Hills.
This fine mature tawny is made from the Barossa’s traditional tawny varieties, Grenache, Mataro and Shiraz, and has been blended to an average age of 10-year-old wines. It exhibits a sweet and mellow palate with developed fruit and oak tannin characters.
Grant Burge is a pioneer of Merlot in the Barossa Valley. The soft, supple palate has concentrated flavours of red berries, with soft ripe tannins that add balance to the oak and fruit sweetness. This medium-bodied wine is ready to enjoy now, or can be cellared for up to seven to 12 years.
This fine aged tawny is made from the Barossa’s traditional tawny varieties, mostly Grenache, with some Mataro and Shiraz, and has been blended to an average age of six-year-old wines. It has complex aged characters and a smooth, rich palate.
The Moscato Rosa Frizzante is a slightly pink fruity wine with aromas unique to the Muscat family such as confectionery, fairy floss and rosewater. The palate is a mix of natural fruit sugar balanced with lower alcohol and crisp acidity. Best served chilled, its light spritz makes it a refreshing drop.
The Daly Road combines two classic Barossa varieties of Shiraz and Mourvèdre to produce a silky smooth intriguing blend. An intoxicating bouquet of wildberry fruits intertwine with a slick and spicy palate, rich with soft tannins and great length of flavour.