This GEN Shiraz is part of Yalumba's organic range. Sourced from the Riverland, it shows a little density and weight.
Summer red wine drinking. That's what this is. Part of the new Oxford Landing range, it's a joyous red that will take a chill. And I reckon it drinks way better with a chill too. Perfect for those warmer days if you feel like something with a little more body than what a white wine can offer.
A new range of fun, easy-going wines from Oxford Landing, this Moscato will please those who find delight in a little sweetness. Scan the label for a bit of augmented reality action too.
To be released in early 2023, winemaker Sam Wigan is pretty excited about this and sent a pre-release sneak peek my way. This is another Y Series bargain worth keeping an eye out for.
The Sunlight by Oxford Landing collection is an answer to the global trend in moderation, health, well-being, and sustainability. Globally, 24% of consumers are actively reducing their alcohol consumption by switching to a lower alcohol option.
Of the two Sunlight wines, I prefer this Shiraz. Much like its sibling, it is quite light on the flavour, but there is more to speak of here.
The only red in the new Yalumba GEN Organic and sustainable range but I suspect that may not be the case in the years to come. A Shiraz that ticks the boxes, in my opinion, this is the best of the five on offer.
Yalumba's latest range of wines is pitched at the Organic and sustainability market. They are vegan too.
Easy going refreshment coming at ya. Readily available and the best of the current Oxford Landing releases, you can see why this no nonsense Sauv is as popular as ever.
With The Caley headlining the Yalumba portfolio, this is the Cabernet Shiraz you will find at the other end.