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Cabernet Merlot 2015single $24.20in stock
Cabernet Merlot 2015$24.20single
Cabernet Merlot blend is one of the most popular wine blends. With Cabernet sauvignon from a neighbouring vineyard, our Cabernet Merlot is a more complex wine. It has a dark purple colour, and goes well with cheese, all meat dishes and heavily spice cuisines.
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Cabernet Merlot 2016single $24.20in stock
Cabernet Merlot 2016$24.20single
Cabernet Merlot is a blend that suits almost any occasion, particularly alfresco dining.
Named for our third grandchild.
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Cooper’s Crush 2017single $26.40in stockcase$280.00
Cooper’s Crush 2017$26.40single$280.00case of 12
(Shiraz, Cabernet, Merlot)
Named for our youngest grandchild this wine blend of 3 varieties includes Canberra region’s iconic Shiraz. It fills the mouth with rich red and black fruit, tastes of blackcurrant and chocolate. The palate is full bodied with a touch of spice. A long lived wine.
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Isaacs Sparklingsingle $29.70Sold Outcase$312.00
Isaacs Sparkling$29.70single$312.00case of 12
A blend of Kerralee Pinot noir and local Chardonnay, a delightful fizz that makes for easy drinking, this wine is made irregularly. Currently with Canberra’s most noted maker of sparkling wines, it is awaiting maturation. Named for our fourth grandchild.
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Merlot 2016single $24.20in stockcase$253.00
Merlot 2016$24.20single$253.00case of 12
Our Merlot goes well with roast and casseroled meats. It has a deep ruby colour with a clean nose of dark fruits, some oak aromas and a touch of spice. It has flavours of plum and tobacco with a full but mellow Merlot taste. Merlot is the biggest selling red varietal in the world. The Bordeaux region name is lierally derived from ‘young blackbird’. Named for number two grandchild.
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Merlot Rosé 2016single $22.00in stock
Merlot Rosé 2016$22.00single
Ruby Ann Rose’
Our Merlot Rose’ is fresh and fruity, and goes well with chicken, fish, antipasto platters and Asian dishes, and as a pre-dinner drink. Named for our only granddaughter.
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Pinor noir Rosé 2016single $22.00in stockcase$231.00
Pinor noir Rosé 2016$22.00single$231.00case of 12
Made for drinking now, Rose’ goes well with Asian dishes, salads, cheese platters and as a verandah wine (whilst you relax and unwind). Slightly more savoury than our Merlot Rose’. The grapes for Rose’ are harvested one to two weeks earlier than those made into red wine, hence it has a lighter, refreshing flavor. Named after our fifth grandchild.
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Pinor noir Rosé 2017single $22.00in stock
Pinor noir Rosé 2017$22.00single
All Rose’s are light, medium flavoured wines and go well with fish, veggies, chicken, grilled steak and a whole range of foods. The hint of citrus flavor in our 2017 Pinot noir Rose’ gives a drier, sharper taste.
Rose’ has a taste that is varied by the grape variety from which it is made.
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Pinot noir 2017single $27.50in stock
Pinot noir 2017$27.50single
Named for our first grandchild, Pinot noir is a difficult grape to grow, the hardest of all wines to make, yet the most rewarding. The name Pinot noir is derived from the French words for pine and black and describes the small tight bunches. Pinot noir wine has a light red colour and a hue of aged straw. The aromas are of red summer fruits, it is smooth and intensely fragrant.
It goes well with game, roast meats, antipasto and soft cheeses.
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