So big that even the winemaker calls it “the monster.” Feels like Port on palate entry, with high-toned red fruit and a little fresh herb. Tannins are dry, but the finish is even drier, with cranberry, oak and herb flavors.
Sweet raspberry and blackberry aromas; mixed plum fruit on the palate. The fruit’s so jammy that it’d be at home with some peanut butter, between two slices of bread. Dries up on the finish, with taut red fruit.
Sunny, lively and unique in that it’s floral on both the nose and the palate, where the fruit is bright and tropical. A good white wine, though the floral bits may throw you off from guessing that it is Chardonnay.
Expressive, with exotic tones of guanabana and mango that give way to a buttery palate accented by fresh lemon. The finish isn’t long but there’s an interesting sweet note at the end, along with a final citrus twang. Drink now.
With its pronounced weight, bit of residual sugar and slightly oily texture, this is not a prototypical Australian Riesling. But it is well made, with flavors of baked apple and citrus that last on the finish.
This oak-free Chardonnay combines pear and tropical fruit flavors in a somewhat simple but pleasant package. Shows some oiliness to its texture and a touch of warmth on the finish, but it’s a good effort overall.