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1 - 4 of 4 Wines By Deakin Estate
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Deakin Estate Azahara Pinot Chardonnay
Murray Darling
True lovers of life celebrate a little bit each day, what better way than with a glass of Azahara. A delicate accord of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, the perfect pre dinner starter, a great way to celebrate every occasion. You really must give Azahara a try, Spanish for orange blossom, the grapes are harvested from premier Deakin Estate vineyards established next to beautiful orange orchards alongside the Murray Darling.
$999each
$117DOZEN
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Chardonnay and Pinot Noir are harvested from Deakin Estate vineyards. An early picking, gentle processing of exclusively free run juices, close attention to composition and clarity, a cold and slow fermentation with traditional sparkling wine yeasts is followed by a course of yeast lees ageing, achieving a wine of freshness and delicacy. The parcels are assembled and a reserve volume included for complexity and depth. Finally, a second fermentation is initiated to naturally charge the wine with effervescence and bring everything into harmony. Alcohol 12.0%
 
Pale straw colour, the wine exhibits a very fine bead. Finely balanced, a rich wine offering traditional creamy characters of yeast and brioche, stonefruits and cashew, the Pinot component delivers perceptible nuances of cherries and violet. Gold medal winner at the 2012 Decanter World Wine Awards.
Deakin Estate Cabernet Sauvignon 2016
Murray Valley
Available by the dozen
Alfred Deakin was Australia's second Prime Minister, he held the office three times in the first decade of Federation. Deakin was a patriot and visionary who understood the importance of a scientific approach to Australian land management. Deakin left his mark on the Murray Darling basin by importing the expertise of California's Chaffey Brothers to prepare the vast inland valley for a century of state of the art agriculture. Deakin Estate Cabernet is a fully approachable and satisfying early syle, brimming with luscious bramble cherry fruit.
$899each
$105DOZEN
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Harvested from the warm and sunny Deakin Estate vineyard at Red Cliffs near Mildura. Grapes are vinified in sweeping arm potter fermenters followed by malolactic. Close attention is paid to maintaining mild temperatures and gentle maceration, so that the tannin extractions can be perfectly judged and managed. After a year of maturation to soften and infuse supple oak character, the better components are selected for inclusion into the final wine. Blending and fining trials are undertaken to arrive at the optimal assemblage.
 
Deep red colour. Intense blackcurrant and blueberry aromas, cigar box and a touch of cinnamon. Heaps of berry fruit flavours on the palate, pliant tannins that bounce along with you, joined by a warm and creamy vanillan finish. Deakin Cabernet cries out for a grilled steak, it would also go beautifully with traditional Italian, pasta and meatballs or cacciatore with mushroom olive.
Deakin Estate Merlot 2016
Murray Valley
Available by the dozen
The Deakin Estate range of wines was launched in the 1990s as a limited release. Since then the estate's bountiful vineyards have delivered world class wines that are being extremely well received internationally. The sun and rich soils of the Murray River Valley yield fully flavoured, easy drinking and intensely satisfying Merlot wines. Deakin Estate exhibits all the cherry/plum fruit flavours and soft tannins that's expected of good Merlot.
$899each
$105DOZEN
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Deakin Estate was planted to premium wine grapes which were sold to other wineries until the 1980s. By the time the Deakin Estate range was launched in the 1990s, some of the vines had achieved considerable age, whilst newer vines were being planted. Deakin Estate's efforts are focused on producing fruit of the highest quality and expressive wines brimming with flavour and varietal character. The sunny microclimate and rich soils yield robust Merlot fruit, rich with varietal plummyness and soft tannins. The grapes are handled gently to extract the softest tannins, the juices are put through a slow maturation process to infuse the wine with warm oak complexity.
 
Medium density plum/ red hue. Olive and coffee aromas combined with plums, blackcurrant and light cinnamon. The fruit extends onto the palate, there are meaty characters, prunes and preserves, sweet briar, touches of mint, cherries in syrup, and velvety brown tannins. It closes nicely with a soft leafyness, a suppleness that's brilliantly suited to polenta quail.
Deakin Estate Sauvignon Blanc 2016
Murray Valley
Available by the dozen
Established 1967, Deakin Estate sold their harvests until a winery was built in 1980. Many of the vines have now achieved considerable age, but the team's efforts remain focused on producing fruit of the highest quality and wines brimming with flavour. A brightly lit, fruit forward Sauvignon Blanc that's best enjoyed young for its zesty, youthful freshness. Classic food accompaniements are oysters and goat's cheese but shellfish and chicken asparagus would also be a great match.
$899each
$105DOZEN
EACH
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Sauvignon Blanc is harvested from the Deakin Estate vineyard at Red Cliffs near Mildura in the sunny Murray Darling. The vignerons monitor their vines very closely throughout the ripening period, as the decision of when to pick is critical to the quality of the finished wine. The challenge is to fashion a Sauvignon Blanc that's herbaceous and just moving into the sub tropical characters, a brilliant, fresh and pungent place to be. Cold fermentations, a careful selection and finishing are all that follows, getting the time of picking just right is crucial and the rest comes naturally.
 
Pale straw with a fresh lime green tinge. A fully herbaceous nose with characters of fresh rocquet and coriander leaf, followed by lime and kiwifruit aromas. Delicious and savoury on the palate, Deakin Estate is decidedly fruity, light bodied and zingy, with lemongrass and lime, feijoa and kiwifruit. Generously flavoured zesty and styled, a brilliant match to Thai recipes featuring coriander seeds or kaffir lime.
The Mildura region was transformed from an arid and scrubby no-man's land to an agricultural oasis in the 1880's

Deakin Estate vineyard and winery complex is at Red Cliffs, near Mildura in the Murray Valley of North West Victoria. Alfred Deakin, a former Prime Minister of Australia, encouraged California's Chaffey Brothers to bring their irrigation expertise to the vast inland valley of the Murray River in North West Victoria. Since then the region has become one of Australia's most productive and prosperous sources of high quality produce including citrus, olives, almonds and grapes.

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Purchased in 1967, Deakin Estate was planted to premium wine grapes which were sold as fruit until 1980 when a winery facility was built. By the time the Deakin Estate range was launched in 1994 some vines had achieved considerable age, whilst newer vines were being planted. An ongoing regime of viticultural innovation accelerated, ensuring the high quality, varietally specific fruit that has underpinned the success of the brand.

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Deakin Estate now has 350 hectares under vine. It is warm and sunny where the great Murray River brings life to the region. Deakin Estate's efforts are focussed on producing fruit of the highest quality and expressive wines brimming with flavour and varietal character.

The Deakin Estate range of wines was launched in 1994 in limited quantities

Since then the investment in extensive vineyard plantings has allowed Australia to share Australian wines with customers around the world. Deakin Estate wines can now be found in 28 countries outside Australia. The devotion of the winemakers and grapegrowers deliver the high quality wines that have made Deakin Estate so popular. After crafting and bottling, the Estate takes great measures to oversee the wines on their journey from the winery to warehouses and shipping ports around the world.

Behind the scenes at Deakin Estate is an experienced and enthusiastic team. From the vineyard to the winery and inside to the operations department, a culture of commitment and innovation drives Deakin Estate. The Australian spirit of openness, good humour and integrity unites the winery's team and contributes, along with their other attributes, to the ultimate success of Deakin Estate wines.

Stretching over 350 hectares (865 acres) near the Murray River at Red Cliffs, the Deakin Estate vineyard is a model of successful contemporary viticultural management. The Australian spirit of openness, good humour and integrity unites the winemaking team and contributes, along with their other attributes, to the ultimate success of Deakin Estate wines.

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The Deakin Estate property and its wines are named in honour of visionary and early Australian Prime Minister Alfred Deakin

The major varieties grown are Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Colombard, Semillon, Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz and Merlot. Deakin Estate are leaders in innovative vineyard techniques such as partial root zone drying, canopy management and yield monitoring. Agricultural research bodies and industry groups access the Deakin Estate vineyard for study purposes. In 2002 Deakin Estate received a Save Water Award for water conservation practices aimed at protecting the environment and future productivity of the region. Behind the scenes at Deakin Estate is an experienced and enthusiastic team. From the vineyard to the winery, throughout the entire operation, a culture of commitment and innovation drives the people of DEakin Estate, a quality ultimately reflected in the wines.

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