The vineyards offer up some different characters as per the landscape - more fragrance, perfume and drive from Piccadilly and Lenswood, with some depth and generosity from Gumeracha.
Vibrant, racy and bright. Aromas of Nashi pears and apples, which are also found on the dry, crisp refreshing palate. Great intensity and liveliness.
From Australia's spiritual home of Prosecco, the alpine King Valley. If you seek light, bright and vibrant - here you go! Displays Prosecco's trademark characters of citrus blossom, apple and melon finish with its typical chalky minerality.
We love Fiano for its trademark chalky minerality, coupled with a lemon pith/bitter almond grip on the finish, making a tantalizingly textured palate and savoury finish.
Pale cherry hue. A dry, textural and savoury Rosato. Rosewater and bright red berries. A succulent palate, soft acidity and a little phenolic grip to enhance the finish.
The most versatile and food friendly grape of all the Italian varietals. A bright, fragrant and savoury, medium bodied red.
While crunchy and bright it also has a touch of savouriness to finish off.
Nero d’Avola, the black grape native to Sicily has found it’s spiritual home right here in McLaren Vale, one of the best grape variety/region matches I have encountered.
Nero grows particularly well in the Vale's mediterranean climate and its proximity to the mid-coast. Rich, succulent, red and black fruits with a silky, textural finish. Delicious drinking.
A blend of Sangiovese, Nero d’Avola, Lagrein and Primitivo = succulent yet savoury.