About our Wines

2017 Pinot Gris & 2017 Pinot Grigio

Yes we make them both ! What's the difference you ask ? 
Pinot Gris and Pinot Grigio are both made from the very same grape but picked at different stages of ripeness. The French area of Alsace in the north-east of the country is the home of Pinot Gris. The northern part of Italy is where you would find Pinot Grigio. Pinot Gris vines are very closely related to Pinot Noir but bear fruit which can be grey in colour. Gris means 'grey' in French and Grigio means 'grey' in Italian.
Our Pinot Gris is a richer, fuller bodied dry white wine with delicate citrus aromas. Our Pinot Grigio is lighter in style and colour, is crisp, refreshing and fruity. Pinot Grigio goes nicely with seafood and pasta while Pinot Gris is a great match for spicy Indian and Asian food.
Pinot Gris - Alc/Vol - 12%     Pinot Grigio - Alc/Vol - 11.7%



2017 Sparkling Pinot Grigio

Unlike most sparkling wines our sparkling Pinot Grigio is made entirely with Pinot Gris grapes which gives it a unique flavour. It is a premium, bottle fermented sparkling wine made by the traditional methode champenoise. It is crisp with citrus flavours and a lovely creamy texture. An ideal wine for a pre dinner drink or to celebrate a special occasion.
Alc/Vol - 12%



2015  Lagrein

Lagrein is an alternative red grape variety which hails from the cool climate Alto Adige region of northern Italy. Our Lagrein is a medium bodied red wine and is a beautiful dark purple colour. It has aromas of raspberries, plums and cinnamon and is a great wine for a winter night's dinner table. Alc/Vol - 12%



2015 - Tempranillo

Tempranillo - ( pronounced Temp-Ra-Knee-Oh ) has its origins in the Rioja region of Spain where it is still widely grown and is perhaps Spain's most popular red wine. Our Tempranillo is an easy drinking, medium bodied red wine with flavours of berries, plums and cherries. Try our Tempranillo with tapas, pork or the great Aussie favourite, roast lamb. Alc/Vol - 12%