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  • A range of generously flavoured and very affordable Barossa Valley wines courtesy of a partnership between two good mates - winemaker Kym Teusner and viticulturalist Warwick Murray. Vineyard: Eastern Barossa Valley Fermentation: Pressed, settled and cold fermented. Refermented (Charmat) dosage and bottled Wood: 5% matured in seasoned French barriques for 12 months Nose: Doughey, lemon curd and lime zest Palate: Lively, refreshing lifted citrus with complex dried fig and mead finishing dry and clean Cellaring: Drink now DOWNLOAD - Bottle Image - Tasting Note
  • A range of generously flavoured and very affordable Barossa Valley wines courtesy of a partnership between two good mates - winemaker Kym Teusner and viticulturalist Warwick Murray. Vineyard: Stockwell Road, near Angaston Fermentation: Pressed settled and fermented cold and slow Wood: No oak treatment Nose: Lifted grassy, lemon rind and kaffir lime leaf Palate: Fresh ripe citrus and limey flavours with balanced mouth watering acidity Cellaring: Drink now DOWNLOAD - Bottle Image - Tasting Note  
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    A range of generously flavoured and very affordable Barossa Valley wines courtesy of a partnership between two good mates - winemaker Kym Teusner and viticulturalist Warwick Murray. Vineyard: Eastern Barossa Valley Fermentation: Pressed, settled and fermented cold and slow Wood: 5% matured in seasoned French barriques for 10 months Nose: Aromas of ripe honey dew melons, peaches and nectarine Palate: Medium weighted, creamy stone fruit flavours held in check with textural fresh citrus acidity Cellaring: Drink now DOWNLOAD - Bottle Image - Tasting Note
  • A range of generously flavoured and very affordable Barossa Valley wines courtesy of a partnership between two good mates - winemaker Kym Teusner and viticulturalist Warwick Murray. Vineyard: Eastern Barossa Valley Fermentation: Destemmed and fermented in open fermenters for 5 to 7 days. Twice daily pumpovers by real humans. Wood: Seasoned oak Puncheons and hogsheads for 14 months Nose: Light red cherry and fresh plum with spice, cigar box, star anise and cinnamon Palate: Medium bodied, ripe and generous. Light red fruit characters and spice. Silky tannins provide length and persistence. Cellaring: Drink now to 5 years DOWNLOAD - Bottle Image - Tasting Note
  • A range of generously flavoured and very affordable Barossa Valley wines courtesy of a partnership between two good mates - winemaker Kym Teusner and viticulturalist Warwick Murray. Vineyard: Southern Barossa Valley Fermentation: Destemmed and fermented in open fermenters for 5 to 7 days. Twice daily pumpovers by real humans. Wood: Seasoned oak Puncheons and hogs heads for 12 months Nose: Ripe plum and mulberry, mocha and herbal spices Palate: Rich, ripe and full, this fruit driven wine delivers dark fruit flavours and finishes with soft rounded tannins Cellaring: Drink now to 5 years DOWNLOAD - Bottle Image - Tasting Note
  • A range of generously flavoured and very affordable Barossa Valley wines courtesy of a partnership between two good mates - winemaker Kym Teusner and viticulturalist Warwick Murray. Vineyard: Eastern Barossa Valley Fermentation: Destemmed and fermented in open fermenters for 5 to 7 days. Twice daily pumpovers by real humans. Wood: Seasoned oak Puncheons and hogsheads for 14 months Nose: Cassis, black currant, licorice, mint and earthy tones Palate: Ripe dark fruit flavours dominate the palate. Fine even tannin profile offers structural support and maintains length Cellaring: Drink now to 5 years DOWNLOAD - Bottle Image - Tasting Note
  • A range of generously flavoured and very affordable Barossa Valley wines courtesy of a partnership between two good mates - winemaker Kym Teusner and viticulturalist Warwick Murray. Vineyard: Stockwell Road, Angaston Fermentation: Destemmed and fermented in open fermenters for 5 days. Twice daily pumpovers by real humans. Wood: Seasoned oak Puncheons and hogsheads for 14 months Nose: Dark cherry, plum, black peppercorns, cinnamon and floral notes Palate: Full bodied, soft and generous. Fresh dark berried fruit flavours and smooth tannins keep the wine fresh and persistent Cellaring: Drink now to 5 years DOWNLOAD - Bottle Image - Tasting Note