Blind Unicorn Pet Nat Purple
Do you like Blind Unicorn ? Probably, yes. Well, we had white (chenin), then pink (chenin with a splash of shiraz). Then, Ben did his best Missy Elliott put his thing down, flipped it and reversed it. So here's a PURPLE Unicorn for you - shiraz, with a touch of chenin.
Jumpin' Juice Riesling 2019
Established in 2011 Jumpin' Juice is the work of dynamic duo farmer first Patrick Sullivan and talented winemaker Xavier Goodridge.
100% riesling from Gippsland, Victoria. The wine's electric green outside appearance could be described as deceptive, this is a serious and impressive riesling.
Razor sharp, bright, fresh. 100% wild ferment and 100% malo builds a softness and complexity around the lazer-like mineral spine of this delicious wine.
Balmy Nights 'Amber' 2020
Fruit from Freeman Hilltops and all sauvignon blanc that spends 7 days on skins. Lemon perfume, light pepper dusting smoke-notes. Palate is tangy and green herb in lemon juice, smokey characters to taste a la peat perhaps, and a dry, bright, savoury finish. Searing freshness, chalky pucker, does lots in a little. Slightly unhinged in the best possible way. - The Wine Front
Wedded To The Weather Afternoon Delight 2019
This one is an orange wine but flirts with rose in its vibe. It is made up of 95% vermentino white grapes which are pressed of after eight days on skins (orange wine) and then there's a splash of montepulciano red grapes produced into a light red blended in. WILD. But also, DELICIOUS. Such a fun thing to drink, textural, kinky, moreish and mouth-watering. Such a delight, indeed.
Express Winemakers Grape Fields Forever 2019
This pretty coloured "orange" number is a blend of every grape that goes through the winery - hence the name. It's an aromatic skin contact wine, but all you really need to know is that it is tutti frutti fruit tingle summer good times!
Brave New Wine Rude Boy 2019
The intention is to produce a young, fresh, crunchy, summery red – it’s grenache and shiraz with vermentino and tempranillo, and it sees a whack of carbonic maceration.
Red berry and peppery spice, pomegranate and Campari scents. Yum. Fresh and vibrant to taste, cellophane textured with light sweetness then a pleasingly bitter and refreshing finish. Delicious! Maybe two exclamation marks. - The Wine Front