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Minimum ordering is 6 bottles but can be mixed. Orders close Wednesday 13th June,2018.
Wine is available for pick up from Eden Hills Primary School, 78 Wilpena Street, Eden Hills from Wednesday 20th June,2018.
If you have opted for delivery to a preferred address @ $8 per case, your order will be sent out from Wednesday 20th June,2018.
Two in the Bush Shiraz 2015
Pike & Joyce Pinot Gris 2017
91 pts (James Halliday, Australian Wine Companion)
The palate is medium bodied possessing stone fruit mentioned above and some mineral/stony textures that gently wash over the mid palate providing length and interest. Balanced acidity ensures the wine does not finish fat or heavy.
Summary: The Adelaide Hills region has proven to be well suited to growing Pinot Gris successfully. This is the 12th release of the Pike & Joyce version and we think one of the best. It is still one of the best white wines to pair up with spicy Asian food. Drink now and the next 3-5 years.
Zilzie Regional Collection Adelaide Hills Pinot Gris 2015
This Pinot Gris is a really good valued honest wine.
Aromas of fragrant citrus blossom, pear, and nectarine.
Flavours of juicy nashi pear and nectarine, a textured mid-palate with layers of minerality and hints of spice.Wine Food Match
Pinot Gris would compliment the following dish, chicken, spinach and fetta cannelloni.
Something Savvy Sauvignon Blanc
Bird in Hand Sparkling Pinot
Bird in Hands Sparkling is everyone’s favourite!
I haven’t yet come across anyone who does not enjoy this Sparkling.
A sparkling rose with delightful strawberry and cherry aroma.
Clean vibrant strawberry flavours are enhanced by very fine persistent bead.
The fruit sweetness is perfectly balanced with crisp acid and long finish. Celebrate!
Hesketh Wild at Heart Rose
Aroma: Lifted and fragrant – fresh strawberries, raspberries and a hint of citrus
Palate: A fresh and vibrant palate bursting with zesty acidity. Raspberry notes are prominent alongside hints of pink grapefruit and a lovely fruit sweetness. Dry and moreish finish. Food Match: Refreshing – and perfect – on its own
Cellaring: Best enjoyed young and fresh, or up to 2 years if you really have to.
Hesketh Clare Valley Riesling 2014
Aroma: Vibrant lemon and lime with perfumed blossom.
Palate: Bright and fresh with hits of citrus zest, nettle and green apple. Crunchy middle palate supported by a persistent and mouth-watering finish. Summary: A dynamic Riesling equipped with the trademark characteristics of two world renowned Riesling terroirs.
Pike & Joyce Rapide Pinot Noir 2017
Aroma: Bright strawberry, red cherry and raspberry fruits with just a hints of damp undergrowth and forest floor there in the mix too. Typical Pinot.
Palate: Although light in body, the palate has lovely depth of the red fruits mentioned above, fine tannins and balanced acidity. Lush & plush finish.
Chalk Hill Moscato 2017
Aromatics: Lifted tropical fruit with floral notes.
Palate: A slight spritz on the palate provides an effervescent burst of bright tropical fruit. Nice crisp acid finishes off the luscious fruit driven palate.
Hesketh Twist of Faith Cabernet Sauvignon 2016
Aroma: A classic Cabernet nose that just jumps right out of the glass with aromas of cassis, cedar and roasted coffee beans
Palate: Dark blackcurrants layered with cassis and dark chocolate are wrapped up in an elegant whirl of French oak. Nice grippy tannins and a velvety smooth, lingering finish.
Food Match: BBQ beef short-ribs with homemade slaw
Cellaring: 5 to 8 years.
Hesketh Lost Weekend Chardonnay 2016
Hesketh Midday Somewhere Shiraz
The Hesketh range of white label wines represent the best of our home state, South Australia – one of the most celebrated and diverse growing regions in the world. Grapes for these wines are grown only in premium sub regions of South Australia which are best suited to each wine style. The wines are then blended before bottling to a fresh, fruit driven style which is perfect for everyday drinking – or more salubrious occasions.
Fruit for the Midday Somewhere Shiraz is sourced from a selection of premium vineyards within the renowned wine state of South Australia. South Australia has incredible diversity in climate and geography which makes it perfect for nurturing vines that go on to create dynamic and complex wines. Our Midday Somewhere Shiraz has benefited from such variety and subsequently showcases brilliant aromatic fruit notes balanced perfectly alongside soft vanilla hues from the quality French oak barriques.
Colour: Deep ruby with a purple rim.
Aroma: Vibrant aroma full of ripe dark berry fruits and dark chocolate.
Palate: A well structured palate showing an abundance of bright berry notes paired alongside a slick of coffee and some liquorice sweetness. Juicy and elegant.
Food Match: Pork and lamb ragu with pappardelle pasta.
Cellaring: 3 – 5 years
Hesketh Bright Young Things Sauvignn Blanc
Aroma: Lively and aromatic – lemon blossom, pink grapefruit and a hint of passionfruit.
alate: Bursting with crisp acidity, refreshing and vibrant. Some tropical notes are evident but it’s mostly zesty citrus.
Food Match: A platter of freshly caught seafood Cellaring: Best enjoyed when young and fresh
Hesketh Propostion Moscato
Something Sparkling - copy
Chalk Hill Luna Shiraz 2016 - copy
Cellaring: This wine is made for immediate consumption, however, will reward cellaring for 3-5 years.
Zilzie Coonawarra Cabernet - copy
Fruit was sourced from selected Coonawarra vineyards with each vineyard parcel being fermented and managed separately.
The wines were fermented in static and rotary fermenters to achieve good colour and varietal fruit expression.
At the completion of fermentation, each batch was drained and pressed before transferring to French oak barriques for 12 months maturation before being blended and bottled.
Aromas of plum and blackcurrant fruit. On the palate blackcurrant and red cherry flavours with a savoury touch and toasty oak.
Wine would compliment lamb cutlets with roasted vegetables!
Chalk Hill McLaren Vale Luna Cabernet 2016
Colour : Dark purple with red hues
Aromatics : Lifted nose with floral notes, cassis and dark berry fruit with a hint of chocolate.
Palate : .A vibrant Cabernet with lovely cassis/blackcurrant fruit, a hint of crushed leaf character with dark chocolate notes on the finish.
Cellaring : Will reward cellaring for 5 years or more.