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Amberley Estate Chenin Blanc 2015
Margaret River
Available by the dozen
A pure Chenin Blanc wine, from fruit grown exclusively to premiere vineyards within the elite coterie of superior Margaret River vineyards. Grapes are picked at varying degrees of ripeness to form a complex yet harmonious palate which shows elegant fruit characteristics, whilst exhibiting the flavour intensity of riper, late picked berries. Full of freshness and vitality, the lifted nose makes an ideal aperitif, its engaging palate and textural finish merits accompaniement to delicate white meats and fleshy fishes.
$1599each
$189DOZEN
EACH
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By maintaining optimal balance between contemporary and traditionalist winemaking techniques, Amberley Estate have remained true to their original vision of making wines solely from fruit grown to superior Margaret River vineyards. A selection of cultured yeasts and closely managed ferments achieve a soft yet complex, elegantly fruit driven Chenin Blanc, designed to complement today's eclectic cuisines. Following the crush, grapes are pressed and the juices are inoculated. In order to enhance the varietal aromas, Chimney Brush is vinified in controlled fermenters to retain vitality and freshness. The emphasis at all stages of handling is to preserve the natural qualities of Margaret River Chenin Blanc.
 
Bright, light straw hues. Clean, fresh aromas of green apple and pear, underlying hints of honeysuckle and toasty notes add complexity. Off dry palate with a crisp acidity that refreshes the middle and back palate, intensity of fruit offering juicy characters of Fuji apples, apple blossoms and lime, concluding with attractive honey notes right at the finish.
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Cofield Chenin Blanc 2011
Rutherglen
The vineyards of Rutherglen are planted to soils that are underlayed by veins of quartz, which enhance the warm continental climes, trapping the sun's heat during the day and releasing it over the cooler nights to encourage development of natural sugars and rich flavours in the fruit. Cofield have been growing grapes in Rutherglen for generations. They know the land best and retain the finest low yielding vines. Fruit is picked throughout the chill of early morning to capture the piquant aromaticness and varietal complexity which lends Chenin Blanc such charm.
$1599each
$189DOZEN
EACH
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The Cofield family were an essential part of St Leonards Vineyard since 1909. Max would spend his summers there during the school holidays before landing himself principal roles at Seppelt and All Saints. In 1985, Max decided it was time to brand his own wines. Harvests of Chenin Blanc picked off vines grown to the Cofield property are treated to a cold, whole bunch press, preserving freshness and crisp revitalizing acid structure. Juices are coolly fermented for several days at temperatures lower than 10C. Upon achieving optimum balance between flavour, acid and sweetness, ferments are arrested and the wine is centrifuged to spin off gross lees before a light filtration and bottling.
 
Pale straw colour. Fully aromatic with characters of yellow apples, apricots and pear. Ripe flavours on the palate, a generously proportioned wine layered by complex stonefruit sweetness, balanced by crisp acidity. A refreshing finish, easy to appreciate and well suited to all good food.
Coriole Chenin Blanc 2016
McLaren Vale
Available by the dozen
Chenin Blanc has been Coriole's flagship white since 1982, a pure varietal wine that couldn't be any fresher. Beautifully aromatic, it has great fruit concentration and shows an outstanding ability to age, highly suited to the moderately warmer climes of Coriole's vineyard at McLaren Vale. Lively, spirited tropical fruit characters are jumping out of the bottle, so get those flatheads frying, forget the serious analysis and just enjoy a crisp, clean bottle of fun.
$1999each
$237DOZEN
EACH
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Best known for their award winning McLaren Vale reds, the second most conspicuous varietal wine at Coriole is Chenin Blanc. Their efforts have been ranked within the top ten Chenin Blancs of the world at Rendez Vous du Chenin Competition in France, no mean feat for an Australian. The soils at Coriole are mostly Terra rossa, red brown earths over limestone. Another part of the vineyard is endowed with red earth ironstones, the oldest block, established in 1920 is planted to deep clays. The drier than normal summers put a greater importance on land management and careful fruit selection throughout the vineyards and all during the vinification process.
 
Pale lime/ straw hues. Citrus, fresh pear and green apple bouquet with hints of kiwifruit. The palate is lively and fresh with pear juice and peach characters. A delicious and well balanced white wine exhibiting aromatic fruit flavours before a crisp acid finish. Chenin Blanc suits a wide range of foods and can also be served as an aperitif wine. It particularly suits the piquant nature of Thai and Indian cuisine.
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Evans Tate Zamphire Sparkling
Margaret River
Non vintage sparklers require singular skill and expertise, determining the cepage, selecting the vineyard site and sanctioning the vintage wines to create a consistent blend. Zamphire is assembled across four vintage years to achieve depth and complexity. The intensity of Margaret River Chardonnay and the freshness of Chenin Blanc made these two grapes the obvious choice. In concert, they're renowned for producing high quality, refreshing sparkling wines. Zamphire is a vital, highly flavoursome sparkler with stylishness and aplomb.
$1999each
$237DOZEN
EACH
DOZEN
From vineyards that have consistently produced wines with intense flavour profiles. When fully ripe, when sugar and acid balance are achieved, grapes are harvested throughout the coolest part of the night to capture and retain freshness. The highest quality juice is settled for two days at 10C before racking off the grape solids, followed by a warming for inoculation. A strong, cool vinification ensues and when fermented to dry, each batch is left on yeast lees to impart texture and delicate yeasty notes into the wine. The best component of Chardonnay was left to mature on heavy yeast lees and stirred regularly to keep the yeast in suspension. This imparts great complexity and textures into the final blend.
 
Very pale straw, youthful hues a delicate bead that breaks evenly across the tongue, a creamy elegant mousse. Green apple and white peach bouquets, honeydew and rock melon with lifted notes of honeysuckle. The palate is crisp and fresh, green apple, white peach and melon flavours dominate, time on yeast lees adding a delicate creamy note and texture, tremendous freshness carries the flavour to a dry finish.
Grandin Brut NV
Since 1886, Grandin have been producing the finest and most successful Vin Mousseux in all of Vallée Loire. These are France's most amiable and approachable sparkling wines, renowned for their freshness and tittilating aromaticness. Crafted to full and true Methode Traditionelle, Grandin begins with a rigorous selection of fruit, before being treated to a regimen of ancient vinification techniques and a minimum twelve months under secondary ferments, building creamy texture and infusing flavour.
$1299each
$153DOZEN
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It was in 1886 that Henri Grandin first launched the elegant sparkling wine which still bears his name. The Grandin property is still centred around the grand old château at Ingrandes-sur-Loire, with its old La Bouvraie cellars which provide the optimal conditions for maturing wine. Awarded Gold at the prestigious London International, China Wine & Spirit and Vinalies Internationales, Grandin is described by professionals as sophisticated, pleasantly toasty and extravagantly rich. An assemblage of fruit from the Loire, Bordeaux and Charentais, is treated to a natural secondary ferment in bottle for a year, within the darkness of the 17th century Grandin cellars, which remain at a constant 54 degrees fahrenheit.
 
An attractive sparkling wine, profuse effervescence and rich straw gold color. Scents of floras and yeast, light citrus and hints of toast. A palate of juicy, flavours, delicate almond and hazelnut characters are supported by citrus fruits and buttered brioche notes. Crisp and elegant, a fully rounded palate, lingering with vitality and exquisite freshness on the finish.
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Grandin Brut NV Stopper Gift Edition
In 1883, notary and wine lover Henri Grandin married Mademoiselle Pouillet de Limesle, whose family owned the cellars at La Bouvraie in the old royal glassworks of Louis XIV, situated underneath a splendid castle at Ingrandes sur Loire. In 1886, he launched the label that bears his name. Grandin remains to this day an elegant sparkling with an exceptional palate, fine bead and exquisite aromas. A limited gift edition with matching Agrafe, the official Grandin bottle stopper, arrives without any delivery fee by the dozen, anywhere in Australia.
$1299each
$15588/DOZ
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Grapes are sourced from specialized vineyards in the Loire, Bordeaux and Charentais, pressed, inoculated and fermented into a dry still wine. To this base, a small quantity of drawing liquid, called Prise de mousse, is added to induce a secondary vinification. The fermenting wine is bottled and corked, encouraged by the action of waking yeasts. A second fermentation ensues under the caves of H. Grandin, hidden from light and far away from the warmth of Valley Loire. It is this ancillary ferment which fills the wine with effervescence. After a year in bottle, ageing on sediment lees, the characteristic subtlety and finesse evolves into the character and style that's known around the world as Grandin.
Grandin Piccolo 200ml
$799each
$93DOZEN
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Great Western Brut Reserve
Great Western
A sparkling Brut of approachability and finesse, slightly drier than it's sibling Imperial Reserve, called upon at every opportunity, as aperitif for every occasion or accompaniement to all good cuisine. Sparkling winemaking at Great Western dates back to the 1860s, when unemployed miners found work, driving kilometres of tunnels into decomposed granite soils, to be used as cellars for the Best family's venture. Today, the strictly maintained temperatures of these ancient cellars are essential to the maturation of Great Western Brut.
$799each
$9588/DOZ
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Since 1892, the Great Western wineworks have been home to Australia's most popular and enduring range of sparkling wines. Great Western is one of the most successful effervescent wines in Australia, earning a reputation for immediate approachability, sheer drinkability and consistency in quality and style. Crafted at the historical winery from batches of Colombard and Chenin Blanc, Tarrango and Grenache grapes, grown by the most dedicated vignerons on their own family vineyards, across the premier viticultural precincts of Australia. Naturally fermented, carefully assembled, estate bottled and matured on sedimentery yeast lees for several months under the historic Great Western Cellars.
 
Pale golden hue, a fine persistent head. Nose reveals lifted freshness, apples and stonefruit, redolent fragrances that are fruity yet dry. immediately recognizable as a flavoursome, delicious wine, warm toastyness rounding out the vibrant fruit. Layers of flavour derived from extended ageing on sedimentery lees, honeycomb and nut richness before a lingering clean finish.
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Great Western Imperial Cuvee
Great Western
Since 1892 the Great Western wineworks have been home to our nation's most enduring sparkling wine. Great Western has established an enviable reputation for its universal appeal, consistency of quality and style. Components of exotic grape varietals, including the torrid Tarrango, the affable Colombard, fruity Grenache and the very French Chenin Blanc, have been harmoniously assembled into an immensely satisfying Cuvee, a wine of beautifully integrated flavours, alluring bouquets and exquisite length.
$799each
$9588/DOZ
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Great Western is fashioned from the choicest parcels of fruit, harvested off vineyards across the nation's leading viticultural precincts. Great Western have been crafting effervescent wines for well over a century, originally drawing on vineyards planted at the end of the western districts gold mining boom. The modern day Great Western wineworks have evolved into a hub of regional winemaking activity. The sprawling estate plays host to many cultural events throughout the year, the Great Western Vintage Racing Carnival, Grampians Four Vintage Harvest Exhibition and Great Western Rodeo. The finished wines are matured on yeast lees for several months under the historic, naturally temperature controlled cellars.
 
Delicate, pale gold, a persistent bead and fine mousse. Nose reveals lifted, rich fruit character and freshness. Luscious aromas offering rich complexity of citrus and apricot, fresh baked flan and nutty notes. A creamy vanilla and melon palate, showing excellent weight of elegant fruit that's all wrapped up in a satin sheen of fine bubbles and luscious freshness, lingering finish on a length of juicy fruit flavours.
Henkell Trocken
Rhine
Henkell & Söhnlein is one of the world's most renowned sparkling wine producers. Adam Henkell began vinifying fruit at Mainz in 1856. Today Henkell Trocken is one of the world's most popular and approachable sparklers, a vivacious wine with an exquisite palate profile and fine effervescence. This pleasingly dry and mature cuvee owes its elegant character to an assemblage of excellent components originating on both sides of the Franco German border. Chardonnay and Pinot Noir from France and Chenin Blanc from Saumur.
$1499each
$177DOZEN
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Henkell & Söhnlein is one of the world's most renowned labels. Following the creation of the Henkell Trocken marque in the late 19th century, Otto Henkell made the breakthrough onto international markets. Henkell Trocken soon became one of the great prestige brands, a must at every celebration. Today, Henkell Trocken is Europe's favourite sparkling wine, exported to over a hundred countries around the world. The people behind Henkell Trocken take pride in crafting a very distinctive sparkling wine. For this reason, every bottle of Henkell Trocken bears a red cordon around its neck, an assurance of the dedication and passion afforded by the winemaking team in the creation of one of the world's great wines. Alcohol 11.5%
 
A delicate light amber colour, fine persistent bead. A fresh and attractive nose with citrus characters, subtle fragrances suggestive of tropical fruits develop and embellish the bouquet. A smooth and creamy mouthfeel precedes a taste of fine citrus flavours and dry florals. A finely balanced composition of fruit forward wines drives the palate, making Henkell Trocken the consummate drink now and invigorate experience. It closes to lasting impressions of freshness and tingling fruit, a deliciously lingering finish.
Henkell Trocken Piccolo 200ml
Rhine
Adam Henkell established himself as a wine merchant in Mainz circa 1832, laying the foundation of today's Henkell & Soehnlein. As early as 1856, Henkell devoted himself to the production of popular sparkling wines. Following the creation of the Henkell Trocken label in the late 19th century, his grandson Otto transformed this delightful, sparkling cuvee into a highly esteemed marque that was enjoyed worldwide. Henkell Trocken has since became one of the great prestige brands, approachable to all, a must at every celebration and social occasion.
$499each
$57DOZEN
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A complex cepage of Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Noir and Chenin Blanc, assembled from parcels of choice fruit grown to the finest vineyards. The people behind Henkell Trocken take pride in crafting a very distinctive sparkling wine. With annual sales in excess of sixteen million bottles, Henkell Trocken is Europe's favourite sparkling wine and is exported to every corner of the globe. The illustrious Henkell Trocken has long been at the apex of brand recognition and innovation. The term piccolo became a registered trademark in the early 1930s, and even today can only legally be used for the 0%2 litre bottling of Henkell Trocken. Nevertheless, it has become part of the lingua franca. Alcohol 11.5%
 
Pale straw. Fresh and attractive fruity nose with citrus characters. Smooth and creamy taste with tingling fruit flavours and delicious lingering finish. Excellent with food, a beautiful drink just on its own.
John Gehrig Chenin Blanc 2011
King River
A consistent performer on the wine show circuit as it hails from a microclimate that is ideally suited to growing Chenin Blanc grapes with vibrancy and distinctive varietal characters. John Gehrig is a fourth generation winemaker, a descendant of Victoria's oldest winemaking family which settled in the late 1850s at Barnawartha at Victoria's northeast. From Chenin Blanc grown on the Gehrig family estate in Oxley along the King River which lies between Milawa and Glenrowan, a pure varietal wine with a full palate, exquisite balance and clean crisp finish.
$2299each
$273DOZEN
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John Gehrig has a passion for winemaking that stretches over sixty years, he learned the craft from his father and established his own vineyard in 1976. The diversity of a pretty countryside with a range of undulating aspects and viticultural microclimates was the determining factor in settling on the King Valley. Gehrig's vineyard is lovingly maintained and ergonomically watered by a trickle irrigation system. A grafting programme has ensured that half of the vines are on their own roots, the other half grafted onto American root stock to offset the danger of phylloxera. The practical size of the vineyard allows for hand pruning and picking which is essential to the production of the highest quality wine.
 
Light straw colour. Classic Chenin Blanc fruit characters are up front, with fresh apples, pears and orchard fruit on the nose. A mid weight palate with effusive varietal fruits, canteloupe, grasses and nut. Always a lively, generous wine with fresh full fruit flavours and a crisp, lingering finish. The perfect complement to seafood and spicy Asian dishes, John Gehrig can be enjoyed with a wide range of foods or as an aperitif to stimulate the appetite.
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