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Bream Creek Gewurztraminer 2005
Marion Bay
The focus at Bream Creek is on painstakingly managing vines by hand to yield small quantities of pristine fruit for the vinification of classic cool climate Tasmanian wines. Gew├╝rtztraminer loves the cold. Slow ripening gives berries time to develop stimulating flavours and spicey fruit characters.
$2499each
$299DOZEN
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The aromatic white varietals at Bream Creek are generally whole bunch pressed with a regimen of skin contact to achieve exquisite balance and fine structure. All the vines are meticulously hand crafted to capitalise on the stunning flavours that originate from predominantly mature stock which makes the wines very special. The original consortium which founded Bream Creek in 1973 planted Gewurztraminer to soils that were earmarked for their exceptional affinity to this pungent varietal. The estate was acquired in 1990 by one one of Tasmania's leading viticulturalists and has since become renowned for the quality and consistency of Tasmania's most representative boutique wines. Alcohol 13.8%
 
Mid straw colour. Opens with attractive lychee, perfume, blossom, rose and spice scents. The palate has plenty of fresh lively flavours, lovely fruit depth and a persistent zippy, zesty finish. Superb with Asian style cuisine and the freshest Tasmanian seafood.
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Chalk Hill Blue Riesling Gewurztraminer 2013
The topical Alsation c├ępage of Riesling with Traminer, Chalk Hill Blue is a consistent performer around the national wine show circuit, for its ebullient, spiced floral fruit characters and seamless complexity. Established 1886 with a view to crafting medicinal elixirs for the well being of body and soul, Angove now host some of the most splendid vineyards across South Australia. The quality of Angove's fruit lies at the core of this exquisite accord of varietal grapes, the essence and redolence of Alsace, in a cleanly perfumed Aussie styling.
$2999each
$359DOZEN
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An assemblage of the best parcels Riesling and Traminer, sourced off the Angove familyÔÇÖs Nanya vineyards, vinified alongside select harvests from excellent sites along the River Murray. Soils are predominantly red sandy loam over limestone, on gently undulating east west ridges. Grapes are picked throughout the chill of night to retain the crispness of fruit at lower temperatures, parcels are transported to the Renmark wineworks and treated to a membrane tank press. After a spell of cold settling, the clarified juices are racked to cooled fermenters and inoculated with choice yeasts. Minimal handling and light filtration captures the vitality that's so essential to a Traminer Riesling blend.
 
Pale straw with green hues. Distinctive floral characters of Riesling are lifted by the aromatically precocious Gewurztraminer. The palate delivers citrus and lime, rose petals and spice, before a splendidly clean finish. A juicy natural acidity contributing to excellent palate weight and flavour persistence overall, superb as accompaniment too spiced recipes and the freshest fish.
Delatite Dead Mans Hill Gewurztraminer 2014
Mansfield
Available by the dozen
Gewurtztraminer was one of Delatite's first plantings, it has continued to deliver the most memorable, award winning vintages. Deadman's Hill is widely regarded as the benchmark in Australia, the first Traminer ever to be selected for Qantas International First Class. Deadman's Hill is a hundred metres higher than the other vineyards at Delatite and has been dry grown for most of it's life. It was the first part of the vineyard to be converted to Bio Dynamics and like all other blocks at Delatite, it is completely pruned and picked by hand.
$1999each
$239DOZEN
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The steep ironstone slopes and crisp mountain airs at Delatite provide an idyllic mesoclime for the spicey Gewurtztraminer, which demands slow ripening to develop fully. Hand pruned, hand picked and patiently sorted by the winemakers themselves, fruit is whole bunch pressed, the musts are chilled and left in the press for a term of cold soak. Some of the settling lees are retained within the clear juices as indigenous yeasts begin a wild ferment, slow and cool for a month. A component is treated to vinification in larger format oak vats for richness and complexity. Batches are held on lees for with periodic stirring to infuse yeast autolysis, bottled with minimum fuss for the retention of pure varietal charm.
 
A straw coloured wine. The aromas are a melange of cinnamon and clove, rose petal, lychee and musk which follow through to the richly flavoured palate. Flavours of hazelnut and toast, cardammon, lychee and ginger biscuit, clove and turkish delights. Decidedly Traminer, a wine which deserves to be appreciated today alongside crustacea, Asian recipes and all spiced faire.
Gapsted Fruity Moscato 2014
King Valley
Available by the dozen
Inspired by the lush fruitiness of the Italian classic Moscato d'Asti, Gapsted is a blend in name and in style, of the piquant Traminer Musque grape and the wickedly luscious Frontignac Muscato bianco. Traminer is sourced from Whitlands Vineyard, grown to the higher, elevated aspects of Valley King, picked early to retain freshness and lively fruit character. This slightly spritzy Moscato drinks well on its own but also suits a range of lighter desserts such as pannacotta or soft cheese, dried fruits or peach almond recipes.
$1299each
$155DOZEN
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The Gapsted team live and work in the heart of the King and Alpine Valleys of VictoriaÔÇÖs high country. The vibrant Alpine fruit characters of Traminer are a result of cool breezes and snow run off in spring, which provides abundant clear, fresh water to the Whitlands vineyard. The cool ripening conditions prevent high levels of transpiration, allowing the Traminer to retain natural acids, sugars and lifted fruit flavours. A very slow, and cold controlled ferment at seven degrees for five weeks, ensured retains fresh crisp varietal characters. Fermentation is stopped at six degrees of baume by chilling the wine and fining. Some naturally occurring CO2 is retained in the wine for a light frizzante style. Alcohol 6.5%
 
Bright pale straw hues. Exotic florals with hints of middle eastern spice, aromas of rose petal and spicey musk, pears and turkish delight. The palate is alive with fresh peaches and grape, an intensely flavoured wine with florals and five spice, generous and poised. Sweet but not cloying, light fizz tickles the palate and finishes refreshingly clean, with a superb lingering fruit finish. A match to fine cheeses, fresh fruit and your favourite desserts.
Hugel Gentil 2015
Alsace
Available by the dozen
The splendid Alsatian tradition, of assembling wines across a number of varietals, into a whole that's greater than the sum of parts. Hugel offers the suave, spicyness of Gewurztraminer, the body of Pinot Gris and finesse of Riesling, grapiness of Muscat and refreshing character of Sylvaner, within a single, exquisitely balanced wine. The long and cool growing season of the Riquewihr plateau, makes a major contribution to the cohesion of this unique, dry wine, adding finesse and encouraging a harmonious integration of the complex characters.
$1899each
$227DOZEN
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A kaleidoscope of varietal fruit characters, assembled from exclusively hand picked grapes, off vines twenty five years of age, predominantly planted to clay and limestone soils, in a dozen of the finest precincts in and around Riquewihr. Grapes are picked into small tubs and treated to a gravity filled press, without any pumping or mechanical interventions, to retain the integrity of fruit. Musts are decanted for a few hours, followed by vinification in temperature controlled barrels or vats at 18┬░C to 24┬░C. Batches are racked and allowed to clarify by cold settling throughout the course of winter. Components are lightly filtered the following spring, bottled and aged under the Hugel cellars until release. Alcohol 13.0%
 
Bright pale green hues. Fresh, and deeply fragrant, blossom florals, jasmine and rose, almond and acacia, white peaches and pear, bitter orange and spice. Discreetly elegant and dry palate, soundly structured body and great length, lightly opulent, its finish is well scented, aromatic and crisp. Enjoy young, for its frank, aromatic bouquet, reflecting the diversity of each Alsace grape.
Hugel Tradition Gewurztraminer 2013
Alsace
Available by the dozen
The great speciality of Alsace, it is only here that the piquant aromaticness and decadent richness of Gewurztraminer achieves such opulence. A long cool growing season is essential, the temperate yet sunny days and clear chilly nights of Riquewihr, ripen Gewurztraminer at a slow steady pace, infusing grapes with acrid florals, turkish delights and maghrebi spice. Pungent yet suave, it can be enjoyed on its own but makes a marvellous accompaniment to full flavoured cuisines, smoked meats and curries, tanjin or well spiced faire.
$3199each
$383DOZEN
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A backbone of estate grown Gewurztraminer is vinified alongside harvests from the best local growers. Fruit is picked by hand, off vines twenty five years of age, planted to clay and limestone soils in a dozen of the finest winegrowing precincts of Riquewihr. Grapes are taken in small tubs to a gravity filled press and filled without any pumping or mechanism to retain integrity of fruit. Juices are decanted for a few hours and fermented in temperature controlled barrels or vats at 18┬░C to 24┬░C. Upon completion, batches are racked and treated to a natural clarification throughout the course of winter. The assemblage is lightly filtered in spring, bottled and sent to the Hugel estate cellars for a term of ageing.
 
Deep lemon hue. A fresh, open bouquet, fruity and aromatic, agreeably perfumed but not excessively, mango and passion fruits, pineapple and floral botes, jasmine and rose petal, acacia blossom, almond and pistachio. A velvety palate, offering a generosity of fruit, citrus and spice characters, lifted by an aromatic freshness at the finish. Enjoy now alongside your favourite food for its exemplary varietal character and youthful charm.
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Peter Lehmann Layers White 2010
Barossa Adelaide
Intriguingly complex and sublime, Layers is fashioned as a whole that's so much greater than the sum of parts. A rich and exciting cepage of five grapes grown to good vineyards selected on the basis of varietal definition and consistency. The assemblage combines to form a white wine that's perfectly suited to a broad range of modern cuisines, a unique blend which offers a highly pleasurable journey of discovery to the senses. Don't be fooled by its easy drinking and approachable nature, each taste reveals another layer of subtle complexity.
$1499each
$179DOZEN
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Peter Lehmann retains access to some of the most salubrious vineyards in all South Australia. Layers is a melange of flavour drawn from five varietal grapes. When once asked why the Barossa could make so many different good wines, Peter Lehmann replied that it was plainly so. It's all about the Barossa's viticultural heritage, its ability to excel across a range of styles and its reputation as Australia's great winemaking region. Barossa grown Chardonnay and Semillon, Adelaide Plains Muscat, Gew├╝rztraminer and Pinot Gris from the Adelaide Hills, are all treated to a cold fermentation in temperature controlled tanks followed by an early bottling to achieve a lively, fresh yet complex white wine. Alcohol 11.5%
 
Attractive pale yellow with green tints. Aromas of citrus, hints of peach and an aromatic lifted from the spicey fruit. Layers offers excellent structure and a soft creamy mouthfeel, the complexity will compliment the diverse textures and elements of modern fusion cuisine. Pinot Gris provides nuttiness and texture, Muscat contributes aromatics, Gew├╝rztraminer adds spice, Chardonnay brings a touch of white peach and the Semillon provides backbone.
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Pewsey Vale Gewurztraminer 2008
Eden Valley
For over 150 years Pewsey Vale Vineyard has produced aromatic white wines of exceptional style, varietal flavour and consistency. A reputation for success with these wines and a location high in Eden Valley inspired the planting of Gew├╝rztraminer. Pewsey Vale captures the essence of cool climate fruit with delightful fragrances and a long pristine palate.
$2499each
$299DOZEN
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Pewsey Vale once succumbed to the fate of so many of Australia's early vineyards, falling into disuse as a result of severe economic hardship. The site's potential was rediscovered at a time when only the history books recorded any existence of the original plantings. The long ripening periods at such altitudes develop unique, consistent flavour profiles, which are known today as classic Pewsey Vale. The winemaking is simple and natural, hand picked grapes are whole bunch pressed directly to older oak barrels for fermentation by indigenous yeasts. The batches remain in barrel for up to four months whilst being treated to regular batonnage before assembling components into the final wine. Alcohol 12.0%
 
A clear, pale straw appearance. With a slight, spicy cinnamon and rose water fragrance on the nose, the flavours of Pewsey Vale follow, full of oranges and lime, lychee and exotic perfumed florals. The palate is fine but unexpectedly textured, finishing long and fresh.
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Rosemount Blends Traminer Riesling 2014
Rosemount Estate is enjoyed throughout the world, best known for its delicious white wines and distinctive Diamond Label. By blending components of the spicey Traminer with harvests of good Riesling, the Rosemount team have fashioned a richly flavoured and stylish young wine, suitably attired in a funky label that tells you it's Rounded & Zesty. This refreshing blend of fruits mates beautifuly with boldly flavoured recipes or ripe cheese. The essential easy drinking, fruit forward style for which Rosemount has became famous.
$999each
$119DOZEN
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Since the 1970s Rosemount has been one of Australia's leading estates, producing wines that reflect a dedication to quality, innovation and style. State of the art plant and equipment are essential, but a traditionalist approach to winemaking is at the heart of all thing Rosemount. From modern rotary fermenters to computer monitored temperature control, the team have the finest facilities at their disposal. The technology however does not preclude old world winemaking techniques such as natural yeast inoculation and barrel ferments. Parcels of Traminer and Riesling are vinified, assembled and treated to a spell of tank maturation to soften and integrate the palate while maintaining varietal purity.
 
Light straw colour with lime highlights. A perfumed nose exuding a touch of Traminer spice followed by the floral lift of Riesling. Attractive and inviting bouquets, offering hazelnut and almond, rose and citrus blossoms, fresh cut limes and ripe grape characters. The palate is medium bodied, balancing sweetness with refreshing acidity. A lively wine showing juicy fruit on the palate with a touch of spice and complexity, serve chilled and match with crab.
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Sacred Hill Traminer Riesling 2014
Riverina
Sacred Hill is an ode to a hermit made famous in Riverina folklore. Like his eponymous wine, he kept a low profile but was highly revered by all who knew him. For those who may be partial to a juicy wine with a measure of luscious grapey sweetness, Sacred Hill will be the first choice. Topical Gewurztraminer rose petal characters are in full bloom, musk aromatics and ripe lychee fruit flavours are finely nestled within a soft, aromatic palate. Enjoy alongside spiced seafood and piquant Thai.
$699each
$83DOZEN
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Traminer and Riesling are chosen for their vibrant varietal characteristics and capacity to assimilate into a harmonious wine. Parcels of Traminer are selected for spicy musk, floral and rose petal flavours which can combine with the floral and citrus characters of Riesling. Choice yeasts which can enhance the lively fragrant character of the wine are essential to the style. Each parcel is fermented separately at cooler temperatures between 12┬░C and 14┬░C over the course of a fortnight, retaining lively fruit flavours and freshness. Upon completion, batches are assembled, clarified and stabilised prior to final filtration and bottling. Alcohol 12.5%
 
Pale straw colour. Lifted rose aromas complemented by a subtle spiciness, balanced by a fresh citrus lift. The crisp acid of Riesling is a perfect match for the generously rounded Traminer fruit. This sweet fruity wine has a great balance of floral rose, musk and spice. Enjoy with light dishes such as white meats and fish, drink whilst brimming with youthful fruit flavours.
Skillogalee Gewurztraminer 2014
Clare Valley
Available by the dozen
Skillogalee is blessed every year with harvests of the Clare Valley's finest Traminer, a bounty of the most outstanding quality fruit, which the dedicated team handcrafts into vintages of exquisite small batch wines. Skillogalee means classically structured Gewurztraminer, solidly built, aromatic and spicey with notes of hazel and honeysuckle, balanced between drying minerality and floral fruits. Traminer is a bliss alongside robust food, the ideal accompaniment to spiced Asian cuisine or richly flavoured white meat recipes.
$2299each
$275DOZEN
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Favourable climes at Skillogalee combine with those cool autumn nights which make Clare Valley such a great place to grow aromatic white grapes. Gewurztraminer is encouraged through attentive viticulture, hand pruning and close vineyard management, to realize parcels of the finest fruit. The best of traditional and modern technologies are employed during vinification, to preserve the complex aromaticness and punctuated fruit flavours of Gewurztraminer. Hygiene programs are meticulous and great focus is placed on a gentle handling throughout the winemaking process. Grapes are fermented with light grape solids present, to achieve a wine of silky textures and engaging complexity.
 
Light, bright straw hues. Dominated by floral, rose petal bouquets, citrus and hazelnut oil, banana and hints of nougat, spicy lychee and lime marmalade aromas. On the palate alight flavours of peaches and mango, all the requisite flavours of Traminer, oranges and passionfruit, lychees and spice. The finish is clean and crisp with plenty of refreshing, zesty acidity.
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Taylors Eighty Acres Classic Dry White 2011
Clare
Eighty Acres delivers fully in this splendid West Australian rendition of the classic dry white. Crafted to be enjoyed upon release, it's guaranteed to start the conversation rolling with it's stylishness. Superb with all good faire, the weight of fruit and generosity of palate ensures that Eighty Acres will make charming company for all.
$1199each
$143DOZEN
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Western Australia makes the most distinctive and stylish Semillon Sauvignon wines, arguably Australia's finest. Fruit is sourced from a select group of choice growers in some of the most conspicuous viticultyral precincts. Grapes are harvested throughout the cool of night to capture and retain as much of the crisp regional characters as possible. Bunches are destemmed and the grapes lightly pressed. Vinifications are carried out in fermenters at low temperature, upon completion, components are trialled and assembled into a bright, fruit driven Semillon Sauvignon blend with classically dry yet fruit forward regional styling. A minimal filtration is employed just prior to bottling. Alcohol 13.5%
 
Pale straw with a green hue. Pungent aromas of gooseberry accompanied by grass and briar wood notes combined with hints of tropical fruits. Exotic fruit flavours of lychee, dragon fruit and spice along with classic lemon peel and herb notes. The palate is well balanced, crisp and refreshing, a pure acid line and mineral character to the finish. Blissful with chillied crab or whiting almondine.
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