This unoaked Chardonnay offers a rich and creamy mouth feel that leads to lovely soft tropical fruits and orange zest on the palate. Zingy acidity underpins the flavours and keeps them lingering on the palate.
Matilda Plains is Bremerton's new winery; 2002 was its first vintage. It is a zesty Sauvignon Blanc providing lifted mineral aromas balanced by a palate displaying a touch of green apple and lime with good acid structure and a crisp refreshing finish
Old School Barossa Producer making excellent value wine. This is quintessential Barossa Shiraz. Ripe plum and black fruit, with soft tannins and some background spice. At just below £10 this really is a bargain!
Another winner from the Thorn Clarke winery, defender of the faith in the Barossa Valley. A blend of different vineyard sites as well as varietals. Lovely savoury blackberry and creamy oak make for a splendid accompaniment to roast beef. The tannins are very fine and give great length to the finish.
Sourced entirely from fruit in the Barossa valley, this 2013 Cabernet displays a varietal bouquet of blackcurrant fruit and dark chocolate. The palate has ripe plums and sweet spice flavours, which linger in a long pleasant finish. A most satisfying bottle!
Plantagenet is a leading winery in the Great Southern region of Western Australia and one of the area’s oldest. It is located in Mount Barker, an area known its temperate climate thanks to its proximity to the coast. Try this and enjoy cherry and raspberry with subtle undertones of oak-derived vanilla.