The hippest variety around, this Pinot Grigio has crunchy green apple freshness and a pear drop and spice finish.
A modern style of wine showing tightly structured and fresh flavours of juicy stone fruits and soft spice.
A more serious Merlot with cedar, mocha and spice aromas. Soft, textured palate with layers of plum and dark chocolate.
A deep, concentrated wine offering big, red berry flavour and a long, satisfying finish.
Something a little bit posh - rich flavours of dark red fruits mixed perfectly with dark chocolate and coffee.
There’s an important place in your social life for both ranges of [yellow tail] wine. If you’ve ever wondered where and when that place might be, then wonder no more! This page is designed to outline the differences between each range so you can make an educated decision about the right wine for your next occasion.
Wine is much like a cooking recipe – it has ingredients, a method and serving recommendations!
Complex, with layers of dark fruits. more
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A complex and richly layered white wine. more
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With herb and spice complexity. more
6 people recommended this
Cabernet Sauvignon is one of the most popular varieties grown in
Australia. It suits the warm climate, ripening perfectly in the
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