Domaine Simha

Domaine Simha

Field Blend Red Blend 2016

Beautiful and light with peach undertones. Goes well with seafood and red meat, very versatile. — 4 years ago

Domaine Simha

Riesling

Clean palate with good balance between acidity and minerality. White flowers and lime notes. — 5 years ago

Domaine Simha

Single Vineyard Derwent Valley Pinot Noir 2015

Great tasting with @Nav Singh and his new releases of Amphora Pinot Noir from Tassie. If you have not had a chance to taste them do not hesitate as this wines are of the hook. Some of the best Pinot out of Tassie. — 7 years ago

Domaine Simha

Rani Riesling 2016

No photo of the bottle, just the sheet from the tasting with Nav. This wine gave me goosebumps! I don't think it's too much for me to claim that this is currently one of Australia's best rieslings.

Aromatically charges at you with hits of flower, stone fruits, and lees. Add lemon zest, spice, and minerality to the palate, and a finish that persists for ages. Textural, but more in the line of Donhoff than Keller. The term "glacial purity" gets tossed around in the tasting notes for this wine, which is pretty spot on.

Notes: Dolerite deposits under gravel form the soil base for this wine. Whole bunch pressed, wild ferment, 6 months on lees. The wines of Domaine Simha were one of the first wines that taught me about terroir when I first started this wine thing. So good to be reacquainted with them again - truly wines of place!
— 5 years ago

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Bob McDonald

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@Aaron Tan A big call Aaron. I look forward to tasting it.

Sanskrit

Tasmania Gamay 2015

Yo, what a beauty. Think Nav is onto something here, wild, slight Brazil nut bitterness, sweet fruited though, and that acid. Kissing cousin to CRU Beaujolais. Go Simha! — 6 years ago

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Christanna Honer

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Ooooh Tasmania Gamay! I need to try this...doubt this is available in the states though.

Domaine Simha

Rao Tasmania Chardonnay 2016

100% new French oak (600 l) - larger barrels minimises the oak influence, very intergrated. Nav speaks about creating a softer cuvee, which makes sense. So approachable, but this isn't one for the Chablis drinker. Balanced, with a clear sense of place I feel. — 5 years ago

Domaine Simha

Field Blend White Blend

Very nice, cloud and tang — 6 years ago

Domaine Simha

Pinot Noir

Louis Schofield
8.9

2013. Ripe sweet red fruits, Central Otago style. — 7 years ago

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