Light smooth cherries. Very good — 4 months ago
A lovely aged Mornington Chardonnay, nougat and white peach, still great acid. — 5 months ago
A lovely pinot, wonderful balance between fruit and savoury. Slightly smokey characteristics. Not a lot of length but very pleasant wine. 2013 vintage consumed January 2017. — 3 years ago
Exquisitely balanced wine. Served side by side with the Tapanappa Foggy Hill 2017 it was certainly the more composed of the two (although in time the gap will close) and it slipped down beautifully with the lamb cigar entree. — 5 months ago
100% whole bunch fermentation. — 3 years ago
Lots of CO2 in here, so it requires some heavy shaking and/or a long decant. As a general rule, I don't find trousseau to have quite the intrigue that poulsard does, but this one is a little stonier and less simple-fruity (and more structured) than most, with a complexion of cranberry and roses. The fruit unfurls a bit more and picks up a satiny texture once it kicks that CO2, while still having a nice acidic zing. 10% whole cluster according to the importer web page. — 4 years ago
Excellent value Chardonnay from Mornington Peninsula. A — 5 months ago
2016 vintage offers plenty on the nose with a medium body and slightly drying tannins. Very easy drinking, would buy again. — 5 months ago
A personal favourite, savoury, spicy and elegant. The Holy trinity in a glass — 3 years ago
2013 - Delicious. Subtle oak ageing really brings this wine together. Smooth, buttery, floral, but a freshness and acidity which shows the care of winemaking.
2008 - nice, but not as good as the 2007. rich, some minerality coming through which lingers long after the first sip. A bit flabby.
2007 - much stonier, drier and cleaner on the nose. Lively acidity driven by minerality. Really lovely. — 4 years ago