Grab 'n' Go - Things To Drink From The Fridge

Grab 'n' Go - Things To Drink From The Fridge

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Continental Platter Fresh Bright White 2019

FRESH. BRIGHT. WHITE. What else do you need to know? 

Sauvignon blanc and pinot grigio for a zippy little number. Easy as.

Little Brunswick Wine Co. Tidy Town Bin Chicken Blanco 2020

Grown on Wadawurrung land in Sutherlands Creek. The Bin Chicken project aims to take grapes that would otherwise struggle to sell and make them an income stream for the growers.

So juicy, so delicious, so moreish. All lemon juice in ripe apple with saline tang. Nutty too. While wholly vibrant and fresh, this thing does savoury well. Far out, so fun, so good. - The Wine Front

Chouette Bonnie Rose 2020

100% grenache rosé, picked early for natural bright acidity. Pretty, pale, peachy-pink juice run-off directly to stainless steel. Generous time on less before a couple
months in super old French oak for a kiss of wood. Bone dry, bright acid, grapefruit zest + strawberry + cream. Toooooo easy. - Tom Daniel, wine maker. 

Jumpin' Juice Sunset 2020

Sauvignon Blanc/shiraz/gewurtz in a friendly alliance in a orange-rose style hybrid wine.

Scents of ripe peach, nectarine, faint raspberry and green herb. Squeaky in the palate, tight and bright, very thirst-quenching in its way and finishes bright and refreshing. Opark wine styled, fun wine styled, nice sense of spice and vitality and generally sun-shiney lift! Yummo. - The Wine Front

Good Intentions Relatively Red 2019

Shiraz here but there's other grapes hanging out in this wine too (hence the name, of course). It's a light and fresh style a few pay grades above rosé, rippling with red berry fruitiness, light spice, fine, powdery tannins and a starburst of tangy blood orange acidity chiming in. Deserves a chill but drinks so well regardless. Such freshness!

Smallfry Starry Starry Night Cinsault 2020

Smallfry is Suzi Hilder and Wayne Ahren’s family wine label from fruit they have grown on their biodynamically certified vineyards in the Barossa Valley. One hundred per cent cinsault with aromas of unripe raspberries and sour cherries. It is lightly juicy chased after by drying tannins. Over-steeped cranberry herbal tea with powdered white pepper and a Campari like bitterness on the finish. This wine is super interesting for fellow "light red" drinkers to perhaps side step into something a little new and a little different. Come on in!

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