Delicate and light-bodied with plenty to love in the nose, including irresistible notes of bread dough, strawberry and lemon which turn to fresh cherries in the mouth. The finish is focused and very crisp—just a few paces short of tart, actually. This wine screams for raw oysters.
Bold and flavorful, this cool-climate Chard rocks with straightforward fruity notes of pear, peach and pineapple. It’s medium in body, reined in by bright acids on the tart, citrusy finish.
Light, fresh and silky—just what might be expected from cool-climate Pinot Noir. A pleasant earthiness underscores prettily interwoven strands of herbs and cherries. It’s exciting to see the burgeoning quality of the wines coming out of Tasmania.
A pretty good value, this Pinot clocks in at a relatively modest 12.6% alcohol level, yet still manages to show good ripe fruit. The texture is round, the tannins supple, while the flavors featue black cherries, earth and cola. Finishes crisp.
This wine shows its cool-climate origins in the crispness and juiciness of its fruit. The black cherry and cola aromas and flavors are fresh and snappy, turning crisp on the finish. Drink now.