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1 - 12 of 45 Barossa White
Atzes Corner Wild Rose Vermentino
Barossa
Available by the dozen
$2099each
$249DOZEN
EACH
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Bethany Semillon
Barossa
Available by the dozen
Barossa makes magic Semillon. The Schrapel family had the foresight to sow Semillon vines long ago, the quality of fruit that grows from these old plantings is now outstanding. Eighteen days of ferment are followed by a course of lees stirring battonage and partial exposure to oak for added splendour. Grapefruit, apples and pears to the bouquet, the palate flows with delicate flavours, gooseberries, lemon and lime. Like all Semillon, Bethany affords the opportunity to experience a growing complexity of remarkable richness as the wine continues to evolve.
$1999each
$239DOZEN
EACH
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Gapsted Ballerina Chardonnay
Heathcote Barossa KIng
Available by the dozen
$2199each
$263DOZEN
EACH
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Gibson Discovery Road Fiano
Barossa
Available by the dozen
$2099each
$249DOZEN
EACH
DOZEN
Grant Burge 5th Generation Chardonnay
Barossa Eden
Available by the dozen
The history of the Burge family and their long association with winemaking in Barossa Valley can be traced back to March 1855, when bespoke tailor John Burge immigrated with his wife and two sons. A fifth generation of the Burge dynasty now brings together the exquisite elegance of Eden Valley with the soft velvetine textures of Barossa, into a remarkable Chardonnay wine. Fashioned to be enjoyed youthful and vibrant alongside seared tuna, salade nicoise or your favourite chicken recipe.
$1899each
$227DOZEN
EACH
DOZEN
Grapes are crushed, chilled and pressed, juices are settled for two days before inoculation through the action of eight choice strains of yeast, the majority of components are treated to three weeks of cooler temperatures vinification in controlled fermenters, a third of the wine is sent to seasoned French oak for a course of rich barrel ferments, malolactic and maturation. Upon completion, batches are held for a few months on yeast lees to build texture and infuse richness, followed by a gentle racking and the final assemblage, aimed at retaining maximum flavour, preserving freshness and highlighting the richness of sur lie.
 
Lemon green hue. An elegant nose dominated by white peach, apricot and hints of honeydew melon. The palate is packed with citrus fruit character, nectarines and cream are balanced by a crisp, lemon rind acidity. A rich and complex contemporary style of Chardonnay that's bound to please. Perfect alongside chicken tikka masala or a sage and pinenut gnocchi.
Grant Burge 5th Generation Pinot Gris
Barossa Adelaide
Barossa Valley is unique in that it offers a synergy of climactic factors and terroir, ideally suited to vintages of white wine characterized by their softness, elegance and finesse. Grant Burge can trace a family history in Barossa viticulture which dates back to 1855, he is friends with the best growers and retains access to the choicest fruit. The Adelaide Hills were home to the earliest commercial vineyards in the colony, they remain home to our nation's most distinguished vineyards and yield parcels of the most exquisite Pinot Gris in the nation.
$1799each
$213DOZEN
EACH
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Grant Burge 5th Generation Semillon Sauvignon
Barossa Eden
Available by the dozen
Semillon and Sauvignon Blanc complement each other and coalesce into a delightful accord when made just right. A component of 5th Generation is sourced from two of the oldest plantings in Barossa Valley, vines up to a hundred years of age, these wonderful old sites yield a quality of Semillon endowed with exceptional intensity and charm. The supple richness of Semillon's delicate perfume mingles alluringly with the piquancy of Sauvignon Blanc. Treated to an extravagant mix of vinification techniques, the finished wine shows exquisite balance.
$1899each
$227DOZEN
EACH
DOZEN
The Grant Burge team have selected harvests of Sauvignon Blanc from splendid Eden Valley vineyards on the basis of vibrancy and retention classic fruit profile. Sauvignon Blanc is crushed and de stemmed, Semillon is de stemmed and pressed, a portion as whole bunches. Components of Semillon are barrel fermented in seasoned French oak while treated to a course of lees stirring battonage. The balance of Semillon Sauvignon Blanc are vinfied for two months at low temperatures in fermenters to maximise the retention of fresh varietal flavours. The barrel ferments are matured on sedimentery lees, to impart additional texture and richness.
 
Lemon green hue. Lifted aromas of citrus and melon, delicately interwoven with subtle herbaceous notes. The palate is fresh and lively, ripe tropical fruit flavours, zesty lime and a soft creamy lemon curd finish. The time spent by Semillon on lees has rounded the palate, adding an extra dimension to the wine. 5th Generation is best enjoyed young, the perfect match to crustacea and fresh fishes.
Grant Burge Kraft Sauvignon Blanc
Barossa Adelaide
Available by the dozen
A wine of limited production and suitably high demand, fashioned from the distinguished vineyard of Dennis and Val Kraft at Tanunda, which consistently delivers an impeccable quality of fruit with balance and definition. Vines are fully mature and well into their fourth decade, they perform magnificently every vintage, yielding a big, exotic tropical fruit style of Sauvignon Blanc with firm structure. In some years, a component of Adelaide Hills fruit is included, to enhance the Barossa refinement with a dollop of cool climate steelyness and vegetal.
$2199each
$263DOZEN
EACH
DOZEN
Fruit is harvested throughout the cool of night, grapes from the distinguished Kraft vineyard always ripen fully to develop vibrant fruit character while maintaining fine and clean, natural acidity. Parcels are crushed and drained through a tank press, the free run juices are cold settled forty eight hours before racking off gross lees. Separate batches are transferred to fermenters, in some years a portion may be vinified under new French oak. Ferments are carried out at low temperatures to retain freshness. Upon completion, batches are held on yeast lees for several months to build texture, before assembling into a wine which expresses the outstanding character and refined balance of Kraft Vineyard.
 
Pale golden hue. Vibrant green melon, fresh tropical fruit and subtle passionfruit aromas, complimented by delicate floral. The palate is round with crisp fruit flavours, grapefruit, honeydew melons and varietally characteristic green herbaceous tones. The clean fruit flavours are enhanced by refreshing lemon citrus and crisp acidity leaving a lingering and satisfying finish. Fashioned to a vibrant drink now style, the perfect for accompaniement to spicy Asian and piquant seafood recipes.
Grant Burge Lily Farm Frontignac
Barossa
Available by the dozen
Lily Farm is the vineyard in front of Grant's house near Tanunda, planted to vine some thirty years ago. Frontignac is a wine that typifies the fruit from which it is made, showing a distinctively, pleasant grape flavour. Frontignanc is unique amongst varietals in that the wine actually tastes and smells of ripe, luscious grapes. Grant Burge make a style of Frontignac that's more generous and engaging, the sweetness of fruit is matched by an adults only complexity, multi dimensional with vivid aromatics and layers of fruit.
$1799each
$215DOZEN
EACH
DOZEN
The mature Lily Farm vines yield Frontignac grapes with heightened flavour profiles and varietal character. Grapes are hand picked at healthy baumes, just short of their ripening potential, capturing a good measure of natural acidity to balance the sweetness of fruit. Following the crush, only the free run juices are retained to ensure a wine of maximum freshness and delicacy. Juices are cold settled and chilled over forty eight hours prior to racking and inoculation. Fermentations are stopped and yeast lees removed when the wine has reached the desired level of sweetness. This achieves a long crisp finish, which Grant Burge believes is the most important feature of the style.
 
Pale gold in colour. Striking varietal aromas of musk and blossoms, citrus and rosewater. This delicate wine is slightly sweet, offering fruity flavours of lemon and limes, the palate is mouthfilling with delicious citrus sweetness, balanced perfectly by fine natural acidity and a cleansing, refreshing finish which makes it extremely more-ish.
Grant Burge Thorn Riesling
Barossa
Available by the dozen
The Eden Valley delineation of Barossa is renowned for producing Australia's finest Riesling, as the cooler climate and higher rainfall, provide ideal conditions for the Riesling grape. Grapes are sourced mainly from thirty year old vines grown to the Thorn Family property and two other superior Eden Valley blocks. Clean, fresh citrus characters feature prominently on the palate, all perfectly balanced with a natural acidity and linear minerality on the long, lingering finish.
$2199each
$263DOZEN
EACH
DOZEN
Grapes are hand picked at healthy levels of baume, to construct a wine of delicacy and finesse. The earlier long cool ripening period of Eden Valley provides outstanding growing conditions and is the raison d'être for some of Australia's most internationally renowned Riesling wines. Half of the fruit is whole bunch pressed to maximise elegance, the balance is crushed directly into fermenters, the juices immediately drained to minimise skin contact. After two days of cold settling, the exclusively free run juices are racked and three cultured yeasts added to initiate a strictly temperature controlled fermentation at 11ºC. After six weeks rest on lees, the finished wine is racked and assembled for bottling.
 
Pale gold with green tinges. Delicate bouquet of fresh lime, lemons and hints of floral blossom. The flavours of fresh limes and lemons flow into the palate, clean and crisp, acidity and minerality provide a fine, lingering finish. Thorn Vineyard shows excellent balance, integration and length, drinking exceptionally well while young, the perfect choice with natural oysters.
Hutton Vale Farm Riesling
Eden Barossa
Available by the dozen
The Angas family share a long tradition of viticulture with the craggy chills on the elevated high country of Valley Eden. Colin Angas established Riesling vines to a gently sloping site in the 1960s. Two distinct sections, the top of slope is leaner and more exposed, making tightly structured wines of crisp, vibrant acidity. Vines further down are planted to vigorous red soils, yielding plumper bunches of fruit, redolent of fresh aromatics and citrus zing. Lime cordial, calico and talc, a dash of minerality, refreshing acidity and a lengthy, textured chalky dry finish.
$2599each
$311DOZEN
EACH
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John Duval Plexus MRV
Barossa
Available by the dozen
Behind every great winemaker is a great winemaker's wife. Robert recounts how he finally gave in to Mrs Duval's pleas and created his first white wine. An artisan may spend decades refining his skills but a woman's intuition rules. Duval's Rhone styled cepage of Marsanne, Rousanne and Viognier has been a runaway success. Duval's aim with Plexus MRV is to promote a vibrant expression of fruit aromas from the interaction of the three varieties, to build structure and texture on the palate, rather than the blend's familiar acid crispness.
$2599each
$311DOZEN
EACH
DOZEN
Two thirds of Plexus MRV is Marsanne grown to splendid vineyards in Marananga and Seppeltfield. A quarter of Roussanne is sourced from Kalimna and the balance of Viognier from Eden Valley. Gentle pressings of the fruit are combined with free run juices and cold settled. Vinification is initiated in fermenters, portions of Marsanne and Viognier complete their course in barrel where they remain until August. The remaining batches of Marsanne and Roussanne are aged on lees to enhance structure and infuse textures into the completed wine. A total of half the components are matured in a selection of mostly seasoned, fine grain French oak barrels for six months.
 
Attractive pale straw with lime hues. Fresh lifted aromas of stone fruit, honey suckle and citrus. Medium bodied with superb texture and mouthfeel. Flavours of mandarin and pear, fennel and Asian spice. Finishes on a note of citrus with minimal acidity. Drinking beautifully on release with the certainty of waxing wonderful complexity, toasted honey varietal characters as it continues to evolve.
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