Mixed Red Wines Case of 6
“A dark plum-coloured medium weight wine with soft tannins and a rich long dry finish. It is perfumed with red berries, cherry liquor and spice aromas.
Minimum order of half dozen: 750ML | Contains Sulphites, 13.0% ALC/VOL | Approx 7.7 Standard Drinks”
An approximately 50/50 blend between the “Heroes” vineyard and fruit from a 43-year-old vineyard in the Moorabool Valley. Wild yeast fermented with a small proportion of whole bunch. Matured for 10 months in French oak with 20% new. 13.5% alc.
Vibrant raspberry-garnett hues in the glass introduce an alluring nose of blackberry, dark cherry and rose petals. With silvan berry, black currant and blood plum fruit characters in the mouth and star anise top notes, the succulent acidity of the wine is counterbalanced by the soft tannins which envelope it.
The wine is fermented using traditional techniques and matured in fine French oak barriques for up to 12 months.
This is an intense wine with sour cherry, raspberry, dark plum and underlying smoky oak. A complex nose leaps from the glass and carries liquor cherry, violets, thyme, and forest floor characters.
The natural acid extends its presence on the palate, and it finishes with distinct mouth cleansing tannins.
This wine was whole bunch pressed and fermented in new French oak with 25% whole bunches. It exhibits bright red fruits, juicy acidity providing vibrancy and length, food friendly tannins and is underpinned by toasty oak.
A fragrant nose of red currant and cherry, with hints of toasty oak. An array of red fruits greet the front palate with raspberry, cranberry and sour cherry characters giving way to a spicy smokey mid palate before the red fruits reappear on the back palate mingled with soft tannins. A layered wine that builds to a satisfying finish.
Pinot Noir pairs extremely well with duck (especially Peking Duck) and also works with chicken, turkey, pigeon and quail. It’s other great match is with Pork. It goes very well with earthy vegetables like mushrooms. For cheese look to Brie, Camembert, Gruyere or goats cheese.
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