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Stock up on your favourite wines whilst supporting Hallet Cove Karrara Kindergarten.
At the same time, you are supporting South Australian wineries and small business and we thank you.
For every 12 bottles purchased we raise $30 on amazingly priced premium branded wines for you to enjoy!
We would encourage you to order a minimum of 6 bottles if possible, can be mixed. Please invite your friends and families to purchase some wines which will help us raise funds for our kindy.
Orders close Friday 22nd October 2021. Wine will be available for collection from School from Friday 29th October 2021.
For any enquiries please contact Petria Low 0429624335 or Sally Hill 0415696070.
The Lane Lois Sparkling NV
From one of Adelaide Hills premium vineyards, The Lane.
A refreshing blend of five different Chardonnay clones showcases its complexity – displaying hints of subtle citrus, white flower, granny smith apple and toasted brioche. A creamy palate balanced by a fine bead and crisp acidity..
Bird in Hand Sparkling Pinot 2020
Bird in Hand Sparkling Pinot 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!
Bird in Hand Pinot Rose 2020
Hesketh Wild at Heart Rose 2020
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.
Pike & Joyce Rapide Pinot Noir 2020
Pike & Joyce 'Rapide' Pinot Noir 2018
Colour: Medium to light red.
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.
Hesketh Twist of Fate Cabernet Sauvignon 2018
Colour: Deep purple with a ruby rim.
Aroma: Classic cabernet nose; blackcurrant and blackberry with hints of cedar and roasted coffee beans.
Palate: Earthy and savoury on the palate, with a touch spice and dark fruit, wrapped in an elegant whirl of French oak. A smooth lingering finish, with grippy tannins, makes for easy drinking.
Food Match: BBQ beef short-ribs with homemade slaw.
Cellaring: 5 to 8 years.
Hesketh Midday Somewhere Shiraz 2018
Colour: Deep rich ruby with purple hues Aroma: Deep dark fruits and dark chocolate. Vibrant red cherry with hints of cedar. Palate: Well structure palate with bright berry notes of strawberry, raspberry and cherry. Hints of tobacco and coffee and some smooth vanilla notes from time in oak. Juicy and elegant. Food Match: Roast lamb of course Cellaring: 3 – 5 years.
Chalk Hill Luna Shiraz 2019
Vibrant red berry fruits burst onto the palate with spicy plums.
Fine savoury tannins linger on the palate.
Cellaring: This wine is made for immediate consumption, however, will reward cellaring for 3-5 years.
Bird in Hand Sauvignon Blanc 2020
The Adelaide Hills is renowned for Australia’s finest sauvignon blanc. Harvesting in the cool of the night retains freshness and flavour.
Fruit was sourced from within cooler pockets of the Onkaparinga Valley in the Adelaide Hills, to produce a premium quality sauvignon blanc.
Fruit was gently crushed and destemmed and immediately chilled to keep cold before being pressed to tank where fermentation occurred for approximately 14 days. A short maturation on lees is followed by an early bottling to enhance freshness.
This Sauvignon Blanc shows lifted, fresh and punchy flavours and aromas, underpinned with varietal notes of passion fruit, pineapple and grapefruit. Slightly textured on the mid-palate, it has a dry finish, with subtle citrus acidity.
Best enjoyed young as an aperitif or paired with seafood such as oily grilled fish or chargrilled squid.
The 2017 vintage of Bird in Hand Sauvignon Blanc was chosen as the ‘Sauvignon Blanc of the Year’ at the annual Winestate awards, the first Australian winery to ever win this accolade.