Three New Release Wines!

We're pleased to announce the following three new vintage wines available to you: 

2021 Riesling – This wine has an aromatic nose of lemon, lime and white flowers, while the palate shows intense citrus and green apple flavours and a crisp, dry finish. With excellent length and balance, this wine has already been awarded a gold medal in Australia (2021 Royal Hobart Wine Show), in New Zealand (2021 New Zealand International Wine Show) and in the traditional home of Riesling, Germany (2021 Berliner Wine Trophy Competition).

We are also excited to have just learnt that the “hard marking” Tyson Stelzer (Chief Editor of the James Halliday Australian Wine Companion) has awarded this wine 94 points along with this glowing review:

"A gorgeous, pristine take on the magnificent and cool 2021 season in a cool site, juxtaposed with the presence and confidence of one of Tasmania’s oldest commercial riesling plantings. I love the contrast of gorgeous rose petal, musk and guava aromatics with succulent palate concentration, fine phenolic bite, and just the right nudge of residual sugar to tone racy Tasman Sea acidity.” 94 points Tyson Stelzer (Halliday Wine Magazine) April/May 2022

2021 Estate Chardonnay – Made in our traditional style, the nose of this wine showcases white nectarine and yellow peach, together with subtle French oak. The palate is bright and crisp, with yellow and white stone fruit and lemon flavours. This wine is very enjoyable now - but will also gain richness with careful cellaring. Food matches would include herb roasted Marion Bay chicken or freshly cooked crayfish. This wine was just awarded 96 points by Wine Showcase Magazine - a score awarded to less than 2% of the 5,000 or so wines they review each year!

2021 Schönburger – Made from a rare German grape, this wine shows its traditional complex nose of roses, white flowers and green melon. The palate is luscious and persistent, with lychee, rosewater, melon and musk flavours and a refreshing, clean finish. While ideal with sushi, shellfish or Asian style cuisine, this rare German variety can complement an unusually wide range of foods.

Cheers, Fred