A very tidy Chardonnay that shouldn't be served too cold so you can experience all of its beauty.
From a small winery in New Zealand's North Canterbury region, The Bone Line is dishing up some very smart wines. This blend is another example of that. Give it some air and it's a dangerous drink. Cool evenings with whispy pink clouds in the sky as the sun sets - the perfect match awaits.
Wow! Just wow. A supreme Chardonnay with all the I's dotted and T's crossed. The precision and consistency of this Levantine Hill release demands a place in my Top 5 Australian Chardonnays.
Alluring depth. That cooler Eden influence can be seen but stays very much on the flank. I dig this Hutton Vale Cabernet big time.
There is a quiet humility about this Yarra Syrah. A beautiful drink, it's nicely done. Would you expect any less from Levantine Hill?
A brand new label for Angullong and it's an impressive entry, that's for sure. There is a prestige about the labelling, too, with an embossed crest - I like it. An excellent cool climate Cabernet for your drinking pleasure.
A little Hutton Vale Farm history if you don't mind... The original Shiraz cuttings were planted in the 60s and were sourced from Henschke's Mount Edelstone vineyard - handy pedigree that. There's polish here. A silky wine that moves with ease.
These Huntington Estate wines are great for the money. They will age well too. This Shiraz is that cool night comfort many yearn for this time of year.
A good drink for those that aren't chasing anything too complex nor obtrusive. A ho-hum red of sorts.