Turon Pink Pet Nat 2021
Sangiovese from Langhorne Creek bottled quick to keep it fizzy. Sour cherry and ripe strawberry. Flavour-time without being saccharine, plus a hit of white pepper spice at the end. A pink coloured and pink flavoured pet nat for the good times, the bad times and all the times in between.
Grandis Pet Nat Rose 2021
60% semillon, 35% merlot and 5% muscat. Such fresh and amazing bubbles! This is something I would pop in the park, or to start lunch with!
Ole Blue Eyes Fffiano 2019
Ffffar out - this is tasty textural wine. Traditionally found in Southern Italy and Sicilia, fiano is mighty fine when grown in the Mornington Peninsula. Bitter lime flavours with a nice oily mouthfeel and refreshing finish. Ole Blue Eyes has done it again. Pair with your fave bag of chips.
Sud de Frank White 2020
Sud de Frank wines are the result of the Original Odd-Couple pairing of Jared Dixon, of Jilly Wines in New England, NSW, and Dan Graham of Sigurd in the Barossa. The concept being fine, thirst quenching wines, made with grapes from both of their respective regions, at an approachable price point.
This vintage is the not so obvious blend of chardonnay, arinto and fino sherry. Why?Why not!
Garagiste Cotier Riesling 2017
This range of wines is produced by the super talented Victorian winemaker Barney Flanders. He has been well known for his Garagistes range of fine pinot noir and chardonnay, but Cotier is a standout project that focuses on orange wines. The best of the Cotier wines is this, the riesling. It’s a tour de force of texture, freshening acidity, complex citrus character, with light savoury notes, and a starburst of energetic green appley tang to finish. The texture is a highlight too – all chewy and powdery and good. It deserves to be drunk not quite cold out of the fridge to allow its best shape to take form.
Balmy Nights Pop 2021
Pop is perfect to start the party. A blend of nebbiolo, shiraz and tinta cao grown in New England, NSW.