Collection list

What People Have Said

...very much a ‘Chablis’ style we have here. It’s very good, and beautifully made.

(94 Points)

Gary Walsh - The Wine Front

The best red of the swag by far, this is very good. Reminiscent of a Crozes-Hermitage, possibly a Saint Joseph. Mid-weighted, intensely vibrant and a joy to drink, this will grace any table!

(95 Points)

Ned Goodwin - Halliday Wine Companion

Light, but lovely. It’s playful and fresh...clean lines, and a good finish...Great thing to drink. Unafraid of being delicate.

(92 Points)

Gary Walsh - The Wine Front

Cool climate to a tee but a ripe and stylish version thereof. Boysenberried, black cherried, struck by graphite and peppercorn, prettied by florals and the sweeter side of deli meats. 

(92+ Points)

Campbell Mattinson - The Wine Front

The colour is a light ruby, the palate mid-weighted and seamless... Drinks like an Aussie Chinon!

(93 Points)

Ned Goodwin - Halliday Wine Companion

Pale, dry, and gently textured, tangerine and red currant, some briskness and bite, and a satisfying finish. Does the trick very nicely.

(92 Points)

Gary Walsh - The Wine Front

A fabulous rose serving up oodles of of drinkability and a je ne sais quoi complexity in spades! Palpable tannins, too. All in balance. Very good gear! 

(95 Points)

Ned Goodwin - Halliday Wine Companion



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Wine Education

  • Introduction

    I am faced with some variation of a single comment probably 80% of the time someone finds out that I’m a winemaker. The comment is simple, “I know nothing about wine, except what I like”. In this blog series I hope to shine a little light on why you like what you like, how the wine came to be that way and what wine growing or winemaking manipulations might have been employed to reach the point that you have liked, or not liked a wine.