Our wine library contains the details of our back vintages that have subsequently sold out.
This information is kept here to act as a reference for those who have cellared these wines, and to show the history of our wines.
A delicious, mouth filling wine that lingers on the palate. Sold Out
The grapes for this wine were full flavoured and the wine was made to retain a little residual sugar. As a result, this wine is quite luscious. It has tropical fruit notes on the nose and a full, rich palate, providing tropical fruit and citrus characters. It is designed as an aperitif or well suited to complement spicy Asian food dishes.
Tasting Note: Made from hand-picked early-picked Shiraz and Viognier from Point of View Vineyard, this is a delightfully light pink Rosé with strawberry aroma on the nose and a delightful dry, but fruity palate and a nice long spicy finish. Perfect for summer afternoons.
Tasting Note: The Riesling was made from hand-picked fruit from Long Rail Gully vineyard. The freshly pressed juice was cooled to 15 degrees centigrade and then fermented at low temperatures. It has produced a wine with a nice floral aroma with a firm citrus and lime palate that has considerable length on the back palate.
Traditional Bordeaux blend from a cooler vintage, producing full fruit flavours of dark cherry and blackberry complimented by soft tannins and a long lingering finish. Will reward cellaring
Tasting Note: This is our first Riesling and is made in the modern style. The fruit was hand-picked and the juice cooled and then fermented at low temperatures. It has produced a floral aroma with a firm citrus and lime palate that lingers on the back palate.
- Silver Medal 2010 Canberra Regional Wine Show
- Silver Medal 2010
Early-picked Shiraz from Point of View Vineyard, de-stemmed, crushed and held on skins for 24 hours. Made to be refreshing, it has strawberry and cherry aroma, beautiful colour, a full, fresh middle palate and a crisp dry finish. — "Summer" says it all. Drink 2009-2010.
- Bronze Medal 2009 Cowra Wine Show
Made to be fresh and dry in the Loire Valley style. The wine has a herbaceous, grassy nose with a hint of passion fruit. The palate has citrus and lime and finishes crisp and tangy. Great on the deck in summer. Drink 2009-2010.
Top Drops, Chris Shanahan, Sunday Canberra Times 17 January 2010