«As an Australian, I felt impelt as any citizen proud of their country of origin to display a small selection of wines from home»
Craig PenlingtonChef de l'Hôtel du Peyrou
Rack of lamb grilled on the barbecue with a Book Ends Cabernet Sauvignon.
Lovely fresh, ripe, Sauvignon characters of passionfruit and green melon.
Bright and clear with the tiniest hint of white gold.
Spicy ginger, pear, clove, white peach.
This is a limited edition wine loves the cool, yet sunny environment of Marlborough.
The palate has good depth and concentration with a refreshing long finish.
Lovely aromas of light peach and white nectarine.
Quite subtle with a beautiful nuttiness.
Light and bright with a very pale lemon colour.
Ripe and spicy with toasted peppery hints on the nose.
BAROSSA WINEMAKER OF THE YEAR 2023-JACK SCHOLZ
The palate is generously mouthfilling.
A generously flavoured and well structured dry red.
A complex wine with layers of classic French oak.
Beautifully weighted with the lovely rich and spicy berry fruit flavours.
the good depth of these fruit flavours are complemented by the slightly ‘chewy’ and lightly drying tannins.
Beautifully balanced with deep fruit flavour.
A gorgeous light bricky- red colour
Elegant and juicy on the palate, it displays red fruit flavours.
Lifted floral aromas, ripe wild blackberries, cherries and spices.
Earthy tannins, velvet musk, raw cacao and carob.
Beautifully rounded weight that still retains a relatively present acidity.
A fistful of dried herbs and spices over plums, black olives and cola spice.
Young and pretty, bright and handsome.
Full bodied weight with a roundness to it that draws out into a fresher finish thanks to the bright acidity.
Frank, lively and voluptuous on the palate.
Lively and elegant, this wine is very well balanced.
The goal of the winemaker Robb Neill is to produce small batch, high quality, handmade wine.
Freshness associated with minerality first appear.