Rose pink. Aromatic and bright with rosewater, crushed grapes, fresh musk and lychee. The delicious, juicy sweetness of fresh berries fills the palate. Creamy texture and natural sweetness is made bright with a refreshing acidity and light spritz that lifts up the palate in a Frizzante style. Drink chilled whilst young and fresh. Hand picked, gently pressed and fermented until the right balance of fruit, acid and sugar was achieved. Bottled early to capture the clean, bright fruits.
'The tension and focus of this cool, high site sings lemon, apple and crunchy pear fruit of good concentration and mid-palate depth, well toned by the creamy texture and almond meal complexity of three years lees age. A pale straw hue reflects its restraint, with a long finish carried by fine acidity and toasty complexity. A highlight in Eden Valley sparkling.' Tyson Stelzer's Australian Sparkling Report 2017, 92 points.
This bottle fermented sparkling wine is made in the time honoured grower style. The term grower style refers to a sparkling wine which has been made from a specific single vineyard. The wine has a distinctive personality and characters that genuinely reflect the area and the site it is grown on.
On release this Sparkling wine is displaying a pale yellow colour with subtle salmon hue. The wine has lifted fruit characters of strawberry, fig and red apple. Subtle characters of freshly baked bread and cream add to the wines complexity on the nose.
The palate is rich and complex with fruit characters of quince, figs, nuts and brioche. The wine has a medium weight with fine acid and a dry finish. The mousse is firm and persistent.
A great style of Prosecco. It is full of lively, little bubbles and has a lovely soft lemon and pear fruit palate. Fantastically refreshing and works brilliantly as an aperitif, it's a versatile and popular choice.
Taking their name from the “Little Steamer” boats that used to run along the canals of Venice, Vaporetto have their roots firmly planted in the north of Italy. Their wines are made from fruit growing on some of the finest cool climate plots, which gives their wines wonderful fruit, clarity and poise.
Whole bunches of hand-picked fruit are gently pressed to ensure delicate flavours. After primary ferment the wine is tiraged with no malolactic fermentation and disgorged after 18 months on yeast lees to retain crisp, fresh flavours. Pinot Noir 58%, Chardonnay 41.5% and Pinot Meunier 0.5%. Sourced from our estate vineyard at Relbia in northern Tasmania. Pale straw with a lively fine bead. Crisp Granny Smith apple and citrus. A fresh, lively palate of green apple and lemon with hints of toasted biscuit. Will with further develop with bottle age to exhibit more savoury and complex characters, whilst retaining the crisp citrus driven fruit.
It took until 2012 for the vintage to be considered Emerson worthy (and wasn’t released until 2016). Emerson is made using the traditional sparkling wine method – whole-bunch cold pressed then bottle fermented for four and half years on the lees. One word sums it up… Amazing.
With reflections of straw yellow, this cuvée is recognisable by the finesse of its slowly rising bubbles and its persistent and plentiful mousse. There is a maturity with a touch of floral freshness for this cuvée, which expresses aromas of fresh fruit and ripe pears. A full and precise flavour followed by a fine freshness and a rich bouquet bear witness to the ageing of this cuvée in the House’s traditional cellars. The ideal partner for every occasion. It is perfect as an aperitif and can be enjoyed with a wide variety of dishes.
The Brut Réserve is a light, fine and harmonious champagne. It is made up of a blend of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier from three different years and sourced from the best sites in the Champagne region.