Other Whites

The Australian wine landscape is changing. White wine drinkers now have so many more options available to them with the rise in popularity of whites such as Fiano, Vermentino and Grüner Veltliner along with more traditional options like Semillon, Roussanne, Marsanne and Viognier… if it’s crossed our tasting bench and made us ponder the existence of extra-terrestrials or if there is life after death… or even if it just tasted bloody good, it’s listed here…

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  • Brokenwood Kindred Semillon 2012

    2012 was a vintage in 2 halves in the Hunter… before rain and after rain. Fortunately the Semillon was harvested pre - rain and shows classic style and quality. Lots of lifted citrus and herbaceousness here and just the beginnings of a note or 2 of lanolin. Already a thing of beauty, this will blossom over the next 2-3...
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    Brokenwood Kindred Semillon 2012

  • Chalk Hill Moscato 2018

    Lots of tropical fruits in this one, led by lychee and mango. You’ll also find a hint of lemon and lime and a whack of sherbet fizz. Great served over ice and also makes a great cocktail...
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    Chalk Hill Moscato 2018

  • Chalk Hill Vermentino 2018

    Refreshing, crisp and savoury not unlike green olives, with a lingering persistent flavour. There’s also apples, citrus, minerals and salty sea spray too....
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    Chalk Hill Vermentino 2018

  • Dandelion Honeypot of the Barossa Roussanne 2017

    Pear, peach, citrus blossom and florals on the nose. Plenty of acid, softened by texture. Flavours of pear, lemon and melons here too. A straight up cracking drink best enjoyed over the next year or...
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  • Lost Buoy Sand and Pebbles Fiano 2017

    Crisp and medium bodied and packed with flavour and texture – lemon zest, ginger and minerals - this is an excellent food wine. Seafood, camembert, even smoked meats – this white will work a treat with all of them....
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    Lost Buoy Sand and Pebbles Fiano 2017


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