It's back!! Re-introducing full-structured, big, rounded, gorgeous Chardonnay. New Butterfingers was aged in Le Grand Oak barrels which created a full-bodied and buttery flavour that lingers on. This wine undergoes a very labour-intensive lees stirring method and gains its oak character from the barrels in which it's aged.
This Chardonnay is that player you've known about forever who has not missed a beat. But one day he drops a sitter, a 'classic fumble' that nobody has forgotten about. That period through the 90's where Chardonnays, like Butterfingers, were no longer popular with wine drinkers was the 'classic fumble'. However, now is the time for those drinkers to remember the champion that the wine has always been.
A modern Australian sparkling pink Moscato. Sweet, fun, not for everyone! (Sweet & fun perfumed style)
Serve chilled or, ......................"The Bombay Kitten”; In a tall glass with cubed ice, slice of lime and a shot of Bombay Sapphire Gin + chilled DogRidge Moscato = YUM!
Classic fruit driven, juicy and rich McLaren Vale Cabernet Sauvignon.
A definite favourite!
McLaren Vale Old Vine Shiraz
Gold medal 2019 Great Australian Shiraz Challenge.
Rich dishes. Marbled red meats
One of our old favourites is back with a new twist.
A delicious blend of McLaren Vale Grenache and an Old Mate from the Barossa, Shiraz. A classic blend of two old mates!
All-rounders stand apart from the specialists. They are flexible and reliable showing great sportsmanship and skill in all positions. They play for the team and can doggedly save the day or fill any gap, but when singled out they may not dazzle but can shine as bright as any star.
Our wonderful WW2 Grenache vines are capable of an amazing range from opera to rock, from tango to tap with these gnarled ancients producing Rhone-ish character and complexity from perfumed confectionery to savoury earthiness. All singing! All dancing! All round delight!
It really is like a sport sometimes. Making specialised wines does take a fair bit of practice, the right gear, a game plan, buckets of luck and often the desire to travel and challenge thy neighbour on their patch, with their rules and their foreign conditions....... the dreaded 'Away Game'!
Who said we can't do what they do really well?