The Autumn Collection
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Autumn is probably the most fun wine time of the year with the possibility to drink almost everything you want as the weather keeps shifting and changing… and so do our palates.
These are the wines that inspire the thoughts of a bottle shared and the ideas of all the comfort food to come.
NV Loredan Gasparini Prosecco Glera Volpago del Montello Italy
This cuvee of Gasparini is selected from the best glera old clone grapes from the “Belvedere Vineyard”, a plot dating back to 1969, situated on the Montello hillside, North of Venice. Gasparini use natural winemaking methods to produce a bolder deeper expression of Glera, bonus points is that its even vegan…
2015 Trapeze Blanc Sauvignon Blanc Pinot Gris Semillon Yarra Valley Vic
This is the venture of friends James Lance (Punch) and Brian Conway (Izway Wines). While James is firmly attached to the Yarra Valley, Brian divides his time between the Barossa Valley and Melbourne. James and Brian’s project is to work together to produce wines of interest and texture that ultimately are about sheer drinkability. This Blanc ticks all the boxes.
2017 Crudo Chardonnay Yarra Valley Vic
Luke Lambert Crudo Chardonnay is hand picked, wildly perfumed with moderate alcohol and limited oak influence. In short Luke makes wine without the influence of the industrial revolution.
2016 Fontana Mesta Tempranillo Ucles Spain
Organic vineyards producing modern, fresh, juicy and vibrant Tempranillo. It’s a “Wow! It appears that my bottle may have a hole in it, as all my wine has gone” kind of wine.
2014 Chat. Pey-Bonhomme Les-Tours Merlot Cabernet Malbec Cotes-de-Blaye Bordeaux France
Stop and forget everything that Bordeaux stands for in our minds. Family run, hand made, biodynamic, clay jars and almost no sulphur. Quality without the marketing hype.
2013 Zenato Rosso Veronese Alanera Corvina Rondinella Merlot Cabernet Sauvignon Veneto Italy
Zenato “Alanera” bends the rules a bit of a traditional Amarone. The grapes are the same used in Amarone — Corvina, Rondinella and Corvinone — but with the addition of a little Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon to add roundness and structure. Secondly, the grapes are only partially dried for 45-60 days, making the wine more accessible at a young age, then ages in oak for 12 months to give it an added touch of tannin, whilst still juicy and voluptuous.
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