The palate is an intensely textural experience; with fine, crunchy phenolics intertwined with zesty natural acidity to create a complex and finely balanced foundation. The indulgent flavours of caramel soaked apples and spicy poached pears are perfectly balanced and bittersweet, harmonising with the savoury inflection of the phenolic structure and drawn through the palate by the tight acid line that adds a delicate crispness and causes those flavours to linger sensuously on the finish.
The 2019 Kraft Sauvignon Blanc is a pristine and pure example of Sauvignon Blanc from the renowned Adelaide Hills region. This wine is intensely perfumed with clean citrus notes of lemon and grapefruit.
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.
Full of flesh, vibrant acidity, long finish with plenty of dark fruits. Some oak on the front and back that cushions the plush fruit in the middle. There’s a hint of fruit sweetness that allows the wine to be drank considerably early.
A rich, mature wine with a deep tawny colour. Sweet and mellow, with a harmonious balance of fruit characters and oak tannins. This wine is a five-time trophy winner at the Decanter World Wine Awards, which places it among the best tawny wines in the world.
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.
This exceptional liqueur muscat is made from Muscat à Petits Grains. It displays a deep amber colour with a slight rancio hue, which is also evident on the nose. Caramel aromas along with muscat raisined fruit suggest what's to come on the palate, which is generous and silky.
This exceptional liqueur muscat is made from Muscat à Petits Grains. Records are unable to calculate the wine’s precise age but its average age is at least 20 years. A luscious, complex wine with rich, powerful flavours. Sweet muscat flavours are not cloying, rather the wine has a wonderful clean finish.
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.