Each of these wines is a leader in its field, either recognised by the most respected wine writers or decorated at or major wine shows.
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1 x Centennial Vineyards Methode Traditionelle
1 x Leconfield Cabernet Franc, Coonawarra
1 x After Five Wine Co. Shiraz, Barossa Valley
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Centennial Vineyards Methode Traditionelle – Centennial Vineyards Brut Traditionelle is a multi-vintage blend of Pinot Noir (60%), Chardonnay (37% ), and Pinot Meunier (3%) all grown at our cool climate Bowral Vineyards in The Southern Highlands at 700m altitude.
This sparkling wine has been made using the traditional method of bottle fermentation and aged on yeast lees for 48 months. Complex aromas of smoky strawberry, citrus, seaspray, and almond brioche. The elegant palate has great texture and mouthfeel, yet is refined and poised.
The Centennial Vineyards Brut Traditionelle, sets a benchmark for Aparkling wine, with six trophies, 10 gold medals and a Top 5 in this 2019’s Winestate Wine of the Year awards.
Leconfield Cabernet Franc, Coonawarra – Leconfield has long specialised in Cabernet Sauvignon, but today you can also enjoy their extremely elegant, single vineyard Cabernet Franc.
From a single vineyard planted by the Hamilton family in 1982, Coonawarra winemaking legend, Paul Gordon, has made a wine medium bodied with round textured tannins and finishes long and juicy. An aromatic fragrant nose showing floral and herb tones with a subliminal hint of cinnamon from oak. Very approachable as a young wine and anticipate cedar complexity with 6-8 years of age.
After Five Wine Co. Shiraz, Barossa Valley – When two good mates get together, one the Chief Winemaker with a major winery (Grant Burge Wines), the other with a passion for wine – the inevitable had to happen and Purple Hands Wines was created.
Craig Stansborough and Mark Slade started Purple Hands in 2006 from humble beginnings. Just over a tonne of hand picked Shiraz was crushed and barrel fermented in Craig’s shed making around 100 dozen.
Not your ordinary Barossa Valley shiraz. It builds a complex, savoury palate with an abundance of spices and notes of cedar. It’s medium to full-bodied, yet the tannins are subdued at all points along the way. This wine has received big recognition with 95 pts from James Halliday, 95 pts from Campbell Mattinson, and 94 pts in Wine Showcase Magazine