Slinger of wine at Vintage Cellars Australia, Australia's Fine Wine Specialist.
Absolutely incredible value for money. VERY fruit forward, with “Touriga Nacional” in the front of the queue, if you don’t like port or fruity wines, stay away from this one, but for an amazingly drinkable daily “Table Wine” at around AU$ 10.00 a bottle? This is a winner on every level.
— 9 months ago
Bursting with berries. Strong notes of Blueberry, and CHERRY! This Pinot is also magically soft and medium bodied, whilst still having a reasonable acidity and tannins. Hard to describe, but needless to say this wine goes PERFECTLY with so many foods form seafood, pizza, even with veal or chicken, though it would lose a little bit with a steak.
— 2 years ago
Raspberry, raisins, firewood and smoke, oh my. These people know how to make good wine. — a year ago
Delightfully refreshing with notes of stone fruit and citrus, this winery excels in almost everything they make and in this instance prove that the cooler parts of southwestern Australia are perfect Riesling country. — 2 years ago
Bursting with Black Cherry, smooth, subtly spicy with an overall softness. I love Otago Pinot Noir. — a year ago
I usually say to people “I’m not really a Shiraz man”. I will kindly make a massive exception for this delicious wine. Blueberry, chocolate, soft persistent tannins and a delicate dusty finish. — 2 years ago
Reasonable Pinot from the Marlborough region but I feel like if you’re growing Pinot Noir in Marlborough, you’ve already lost half the battle. A drinkable wine, but too much acidity and lacking in fruit to be a real contender as a Pinot Noir for me. — 2 years ago