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Tapanappa Tiers Adelaide Hills Chardonnay 2016
This vintage Tapanappa Tiers has earnt the title of the best Chardonnay in the world. According to the Decanter World Wine Awards it is equal best, sharing the honours with a Grand Cru Burgundy. Those of you who bought some last year (or any year to be honest), will not be surprised by this.
Delatite Hells Window Field Blend Upper Goulburn 2017
This is the first time they have tried this kind of wine, Delatite Hells Window is quite a wine. Two highly aromatic varieties Gewurztraminer and Pinot Gris are fermented together on skins and aged in larger oak. Bottled without any additions the wine is a great blend of aromatic and savoury notes.
Delatite Estate Riesling Upper Goulburn 2016
Delatite offers you an Alsatian inspired Riesling from the High Country of Victoria. Old-vine, organically grown Riesling from High altitude. Quality fruit is hand-picked, whole-bunch pressed and naturally fermented. A portion is transferred to old French oak puncheons to add some extra depth and texture.
Heroes Vineyard Geelong Riesling 2017
Prepare yourself because the Heroes Vineyard Riesling is something out of the box. It is the most Germanic wine in Australia I’ve tasted since the Clonakilla Riesling 2002. Where Clonakilla was Kabinett in style, the Heroes is Spatlese. Powerful, mineral, ripe and aromatically complex.
Patrick Sullivan’s Jumpin’ Juice Windy Cottage Pinot Noir Gippsland 2017
Jumpin’ Juice Windy Cottage Pinot Noir is a classic Pinot on a lighter frame. Cherries, earth, violets and pepper. It is a classic combination that sucks you in for the start. It is a young wine so the palate is still lean but that is also a style thing too.
Patrick Sullivan’s Jumpin’ Juice Presents Half Full Yellow
Jumpin’ Juice Yellow is a hard wine to describe. It is intensely aromatic, but it is also earthy with a healthy amount of funk. The palate is dry but still retains that lovely perfume from the nose. Easy to understand after one sip. There is no pretension and no context needed.
Craiglee Sunbury Chardonnay 2017
Craiglee Sunbury Chardonnay is an old love of mine. Over many years of tasting it is always spot on for quality and style.It is the closest wine we have in Australia to Chablis. I cellared some for the 2001 vintage for about 10 years and regret not putting down a dozen.
Domaine Des Hates Pierrick Laroche Petit Chablis 2016
This winery and this Petit Chablis is new to me. But it is an exciting find, it has a lot of depth of flavour for a Petit Chablis but is still light, fresh and easy to drink. Dry citrus acid, mineral, dough and yellow fruits. It is a great drink right now.
William Fevre Petit Chablis 2016
William Fevre Petit Chablis is a classic wine. And one that will often save you in even the most dire of bottle shops. Having tasted this wine over almost 20 vintages I can happily say that it is always worth drinking. 2016 is looking great.
Sorrenberg Beechworth Sauvignon Blanc Semillon 2017
This is a classic wine from a Beechworth icon. 2017 will tick boxes for lovers of great wine. It has something for the Sauv Blanc and Chard camps.
Domaine Baumard Trie Speciale Savennieres 2007
A special wine that has intensity and weight like a great Chenin should.
Domaine Bonneau du Martray Corton-Charlemange Grand Cru 2007