Light salmon pink with a nose full of floral overtones, with hints of raspberry and cherry. The palate is dry where nuances of pear and strawberry appear. Drink it soon. A rose perfect for Sunday afternoon BBQ’s. Greg Swift.
Made from a blend of Shiraz and Merlot grapes, attractive light salmon pink in colour. Aromas of floral scents with hints of red fruits including, strawberries and raspberry encourage you to try this wine. Clean and fresh, nice and dry with strawberries and other red fruits along with green apple acid add to the flavours and mouthfeel. While the finish is of good length and overall well balanced. Enjoy Chilled on a warm day. Stephen Read.
Light straw in colour with an extremely delicate nose showing hints of peach and citrus. A typical Grigio. The palate is clean and crisp, although surprisingly laden with green apple, nectarine and pear fruit overtones. Perfect with grilled Barramundi. Greg Swift.
Another fine wine from the Riverina region of NSW. True to style, this Pinot Grigio is medium straw in colour, clear and bright. Pear drops and citrus aromas greet the nose, complex and enticing. Intense pear and citrus flavours balanced by a clean green apple acid. Medium bodied and slightly viscose, leading to a long clean lingering finish. Enjoy now with Indian or Japanese style foods. Stephen Read.
Salmon vivid pink in colour with a nose which is clearly floral dominated by perfumed roses and strawberry. Combining Shiraz, Merlot and Pinot Noir to form a bracing dryness whilst maintaining a fruit driven sweetness. The wine is rich, velvety and complex. Enjoy while still young. Greg Swift.
From the Coonawarra one of Australia’s best know red wine regions, made from Shiraz, Merlot and Pinot Noir. Salmon pink clear and star bright the colour just draws you to it. Intense aromas of lifted floral notes, along with red fruits and hints of confectionary add to the whole package. In the mouth are generous red fruits balanced by clean crisp acid. A slight oiliness adds to the complex, textural medium bodied palate. Dry and fresh with a lingering finish. This is a good example of a dry Australian rose, enjoy now while it is young and fresh. Stephen Read.
Light straw in colour with a magnificent bead, the nose shows signs of stone fruit and green apple. On the palate the wine has elements of tropical fruit and melon. There is a crispness, yet a sweetness is present with balanced acidity. Wonderful Prosecco! Well done Allegiance. Greg Swift.
Pale straw with hints of green, clear and bright. Creamy melons and pear aromas with some evidence of yeast lees, some sweetness with hints of citrus add to the complexity of the nose. The mouthfeel is creamy with balanced acid, crisp and good length to the palate. Refreshing pear and honey dew melon flavours with some yeastiness all lead to a balanced finish. The flavours all linger to finish the experience. Enjoy now just on its own or with seafood. Stephen Read.