Monday, 9 March 2009
Sunday, 8 March 2009
"Peter & Vicki Widdop’s Langhorne Creek fruit has assumed the guise of a savoury, berry-scented Rose, all brambly and perfumed with some red currants in the mix. The palate is nicely weighted with plenty of flavour and chewy savoury fruit tannin, adding grip through the finish: this doesn’t rely on sugar to get it over the line. It’s all about balance and charm”.
Nick Stock ‘Sumptuous’.
“Here’s a pink wine that should appeal to both sexes at the barbecue. With the fresh, raspberry fruitiness a Rose must have, there’s also a steely backbone to it that could see it cope with a charred chop. It is another rare Australian Rose that doesn’t try to charm with sugar sweetness”.
Greg Duncan Powell ‘The Sydney Morning Herald’.
A vivacious and cheeky light red from a small Langhorne Creek producer. It’s chockers with fresh raspberries and maraschino cherries with dry savoury palate making it a superb summer food wine.
Kylie Fleming, Uncorked - Messenger Press - 17 January, 2007
Saturday, 4 August 2007
Great News! After what seems like an eternity at Sea, the very first shipment of wine has landed and has been safely packed away in our recently converted, temperature controlled store. As you can see, we had a couple of extra hands available for the unloading!
We were very lucky to get these strictly limited parcels of wine as they are flying straight out of Cellar door back in Australia.
Within the shipment were Mt Bera 3.13 Pinot Noir, which has incidentally won a medal at this years Decanter World Wine Awards, A wonderful Riesling from Karra Yerta Wines, recently given a 94+ review by leading critic Philip White and 4.5/5 from James Halliday in his 2008 Guide to Australian Wine; a Touriga Rose and Cabernet Sauvignon from Old Mill Estate which are taking Austalia by storm.
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Friday, 13 July 2007
Thursday, 5 July 2007
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