Clonakilla literally means ‘meadow of the church’ and is the name of the founder’s grandfather’s farm in County Clare, Ireland. Dr John Kirk founded Clonakilla vineyard at Murrumbateman, 40 ki... Read More
Deep crimson with violet hues, the Yalumba Y Series Shiraz Viognier displays aromas of crushed mulberries, wild berry and rhubarb which are complemented by hints of sweet cinnamon and violets.... Read More
The wine is very deep red in colour, the aroma has intense and concentrated ripe black fruits with no overt jammy elements, some complex spiciness and savoury elements and less apparent Viogni... Read More
Deep garnet-purple in color and replete with lifted notes of ripe blackberries, freshly crushed blackcurrants and fresh mint with hints of pepper and aniseed, the full-bodied 2012 Shiraz Viogn... Read More
COLOUR: Vibrant red hue
REGION: Frankland River
NOSE: Generous plum and red fruits, black pepper and spice with subtle integration of oak.
PALATE: A generous middle weighted palate with juicy ... Read More
Ein verführerischer Blend, der sich durch ausgeprägte und opulente Noten von dunklen Beeren auszeichnet. Ein Hauch von Pfeffer und Gewürzen sowie einem Touch floraler Noten runden das Geschmac... Read More
Airlie Bank is the original name of Melbourne’s Punt Road Hill, dating back to the 1850s. Hand picked from Estate-grown fruit (PT23, BVRC 30 and HTK clones) planted almost twenty years ago. Bo... Read More
Colour: Mid weighted brick red.
Region: Frankland River.
Nose: A complex and concentrated blend of fruit aromas with spice, black pepper and ironstone flintiness with hints of oak.
Palate: Vib... Read More
Wine Advocate 88'Deep garnet purple colored, the 2014 The Chook Shiraz / Viognier is scented of crushed black cherries, wild blueberries, dried herbs, tar and chocolate box with a floral / red... Read More
"Deep purple. Aromas of clove, spice and mulberry fruit with subtle hints of apricot from the small addition of Viognier greet you in the glass, without being too overpowering. ... Read More
Clonakilla means ‘meadow of the church’ and is the name of the founder’s grandfather’s farm in County Clare, Ireland. Dr John Kirk founded Clonakilla vineyard at Murrumbateman, 40 kilometres n... Read More