Close to the heart – Spring Vale Pinot Noir

Spring Vale Pinot Noir

Brick red in colour. Aromas of vanilla and black cherries accompanied with strawberry and cherry flavours. Good length and well balanced, Spring Vale Pinot Noir wine can be savored with salmon, lamb chops and games dishes. An excellent drop for a nice romantic evening!

The wine’s region,  Freycinet coast, is located in Tasmania and its climate is well suited for the production of cool-climate wines.This winery is known for producing the best Pinot Noir Wines of the region. It also produces wines of other varietals such as Pinot Gris, Gewurztraminer, Sauvignon Blanc, and Chardonnay.

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Leaving a mark – Red Claw Pinot Noir

red claw pinot noir

This wine is darkly colored with aromas of dark berries, cherries, and nuances of spice and oak. Velvety-textured with fruit flavors high in intensity and a clean finish. This wine is sure to make you feel more alive! Goes well with roasted chicken and salmon.

Red Claw Pinot Noir has been awarded 94 points in James Halliday Wine Companion.The region from where the wine belongs to, Mornington Peninsula, is geographically situated on three sides by sea making its location geographically unique. Location along with soil and elevation of the region help in imparting distinct characters to the wine. Fruit for this wine is sourced from 17-year-old vines.

Hard to put down – De Bortoli Sacred Hill Shiraz Cabernet

De Bortoli sacred hill shiraz cabernet

De Bortoli Shiraz Cabernet is another great wine from its Sacred Hill range.Aromas of red fruits, spicy vanillin oak, plums fill the nose with mouth watering flavors of spice, dark berries, and fresh red fruits at the palate. Round tannins with balanced acidity and a good finish, this wine leaves you wondering and wanting for more! To be accompanied with beef, smoked duck, lamb and tomato-based pasta.

De Bortoli is a popular wine brand of Australia with vineyards in Yarra Valley, Riverina, King Valley, Heathcote and Hunter Valley. The winery mantra is “it’s harder to do nothing” approach to winemaking with an underlying fact to allow the wine to develop itself naturally with minimum interference from outside. The winery practices sustainability and has a goal to become ‘ Zero Waste Wine Company’ in times to come.