T'Gallant is the sailor's abbreviation of topgallant, the top sail of squarerigger sailing ships. It connotes the peak, the best, the epitome. T'Gallant's winemaking philosophy is the same: the very best in winemaking techniques, with European winemaking philosophies applied. The results can be seen in the glass. The 2016 Cape Schanck Rosé is a truly seductive wine - the result of a near-perfect vintage. It is a beautiful, blushing creation from Heathcote, Victoria, with all components contributing to the beguiling red fruit aromas, savoury tannins and firm yet elegant structure of this wine. Pair with antipasti platters, cured meats and oily fish, including salmon and trout.
Pale salmon in colour, this refreshingly crisp Rosé sings of beguiling red fruit aromas and refreshing watermelon and cranberry fruit flavours.
Made from Heathcote Grenache and first made in 2016, this wine is inspired by the French Provencal style of Rosé and has a dry, savoury finish.
Best enjoyed young and chilled, watch the flavours come alive with food - especially antipasti platters, cured meats and oily fish, including salmon and trout.
T’Gallant Pink Moscato is a traditional style that is fragrant, sweet and fully spritzed. Natural fruit sweetness and beautiful aromatics are lifted by a gentle sparkling bead in this non-vintage wine that pairs beautifully with sweeter dishes and spicy Asian food.
Crisp and zesty, this Pinot Grigio has pure aromas of nashi pears and candied citrus with a crunchy citrus finish.
This is a classic cool-climate Pinot Grigio from the Mornington Peninsula with rich fruit flavours that are balanced by a crisp acidity which gives the wine a lingering finish.
Best enjoyed young and chilled, watch the flavours come alive with food - especially grilled snapper, crisp summer salads or creamy Italian pasta.
This bright and sweet-fruited Pinot Noir is approachable and wonderfully perfumed.
Enjoy its fragrant ripe berry aromas with hints of smoked meats and spice, complemented by flavours of dark cherry and redcurrants and silky tannins on the palate.
Best enjoyed young, watch the flavours come alive with food - especially classic Pinot Noir food matches such as duck, but don’t be afraid to pair with roast lamb.
T’Gallant Prosecco is fresh and dry with aromas of citrus, apple and pear leading to a bright zesty finish. Vibrant with a delicate sparkling bead, this non-vintage sparkling makes a great aperitif or complement to antipasto, cured meats, subtle cheeses and seafood.