Planted in the Onkaparinga Valley in the Clarendon Hills area, this wine is always very peppery and spicy with nuances of Leather and minerals. A most individual wine - always very deeply colo... Read More
We were eagerly awaiting the arrival of the 2006 Sandtrap Shiraz after huge success with the 2005 and we weren't let down. 100% McLaren Vale fruit shines here; it's deep, rich, lush and very g... Read More
Dunkles Purpur. In der verführerischen Nase ein herrliches Brombeerenbouquet mit Anklängen an getrocknete Pflaumen sowie etwas Zimt. Dann folgt die köstliche, saftig-opulente Frucht, die den W... Read More
Wine Advocate Review The crisp, tank-fermented and aged 2004 Verdelho exhibits lemon zest and almond paste characteristics in its light to medium-bodied, richly fruity style. This offering sho... Read More
This wine was sourced from the Temple Bruer vineyards at Langhorne Creek, South Australia. It shows berries, vanilla and mint on the nose with a rich mulberry flavours. Soft fine tannins supor... Read More
Mulberry Tree is an apt name for this Langhorne Creek Cabernet because the dark fruit conserve aroma is immediately evident. The sweet palate is full and persistent with the added complexity o... Read More
Colour - Deep purple, with a royal purple hue.
Nose - Pepper, spice and a hint of apricots. Plum pudding and blackberry pie. Pure rose petals and just a waft of violets.
Palate - Entry: Rich... Read More
In der Farbe leuchtendes, sattes Dunkelrot. In der Nase berauschendes Maulbeeraroma (daher der Name Mulberry Tree), Holunder und Kompottfrüchte. Im Gaumen weich schmelziger Auftakt mit intensi... Read More
Light garnet with a purple hue. The expansive nose has aromas of violets, menthol mint, red fruit (red wine gums) and a dollop of milk chocolate. The palate is fresh and clean with wild cherri... Read More
COLOUR: Intense ruby red with bright purple hues. BOUQUET: Ripe dark berry fruits with hints of choc mint and spice complimented with cinnamon and cedar from fine grain oak. PALATE: Dense plum... Read More