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The nose is wonderfully aromatic with vibrant tropical fruit, barley sugar and a hint of guava. The palate is equally fresh and lively with zesty citrus characters of lemon, lime and a touch of orange. ...
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Sense of restraint and flawless balance is the most immediate impression. Red and black berried flavors, juicy and ripe, lead into stringy, fragrant herbs and assorted spices. Keen style of wine. Lively. ...
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Fruit aromas are initially subdued, with cedar, peat, fennel and cured meats dominant. Gradually sweeter fruit characters develop, eventually taking pride of place. Black and purple fruits, licorice and ...
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Despite being a good match for fish, the name has little to do with sea going creatures. A fishplate is the colloquial term for the plates that collect the grape bunches on a harvester. The Adelaide Hills ...
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The name ‘Stump Jump’ pays homage to a significant South Australian invention – the Stump Jump plough. As well as clearing the land around McLaren Vale, it was adopted worldwide in the ...
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The Last Ditch Viognier is named after the McLaren Vale vineyard from which the fruit is sourced which lies at the bottom of a gully in a big ditch. This site was originally inhabited by a bland variety ...
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The High Trellis vineyard was planted in the late 19th century and received its nickname because in the 1890’s its vines were the first at d’Arenberg to be trained above knee height. Over the ...
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The feral foxes that inhabit the Adelaide Hills have developed an appetite for grapes and can often be found eating low hanging bunches during vintage. We’re not fussed though as these bushy tailed ...
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Before being renamed The Footbolt Shiraz in 1996, the Old Vine Shiraz (as it was then known) was the first wine to use the term ‘Old Vine’. When this became common practice it was altered to ...
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The name ‘Stump Jump’ pays homage to a significant South Australian invention – the Stump Jump plough. As well as clearing the land around McLaren Vale, it was adopted worldwide in the ...
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The name ‘Stump Jump’ pays homage to a significant South Australian invention – the Stump Jump plough. As well as clearing the land around McLaren Vale, it was adopted worldwide in the ...
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