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1 - 9 of 9 Wines By Scarborough
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Scarborough Blue Label Chardonnay
Hunter Valley
Available by the dozen
From the sandy loam soils of upper Hunter Valley, picked just a bit earlier in the vintage for an easier drinking Chardonnay, treated to a course of oak barrel ferments, monthly lees stirring and a year's maturation. It took plenty of vision, love and attention, with a fair bit of bulldozing and persistence to make the Scarborough Gillards Road vineyard into the special patch of dirt it is today. A style that's evocative of new world Chablis, the perfect seesaw of citrus, almond, pear and mineral flint, spiced peach and deliciously creamy mouthfeel.
$2099each
$251DOZEN
EACH
DOZEN
Scarborough Green Label Semillon
Hunter Valley
Available by the dozen
Nowhere else in the world does Semillon express such sound structure and exquisite balance, varietal excellence and disarming eloquence. Scarborough embarked on their journey in viticulture from a famous site along Wine Country Drive that was one of Hunter Valley's original Semillon vineyards, a special place with a history of producing the most long lived vintages. Green Label defines the animated elegance of a fresh and articulate wine, released at around a year of age to articulate the charm and appeal of Hunter Valley Semillon in its irresistible youth.
$2099each
$251DOZEN
EACH
DOZEN
Scarborough Late Harvest Semillon 375ml
Hunter Valley
Available by the dozen
Crafted from the last blocks of vine to be picked, late in the season as grapes achieve dizzying levels of super ripeness and an intensity of toothsome complexity. Scarborough are passionate about all thing Semillon, a felicitous varietal that lends itself to a marvelous diversity of styles. There’s always a place at the table for Late Picked Semillon, as aperitif or accompaniement, alongside savouries or sweet. Unashamedly textural, alluringly redolent of jonagold and jaffa, fantales and fig, a dazzling balance between natural vine ripened honeyness and juicy, fruity acidity.
$2099each
$249DOZEN
EACH
DOZEN
Scarborough Offshoot Pinot Noir Rose
Hunter Valley
Available by the dozen
From a precocious block of early picked Pinot Noir on the Scarborough estate property at Pokolbin along Wine Country Road. It takes two full days to infuse the ferments with just the right amount of petal pink, fashioned to a style that's certain to engage the palate and beguile the senses. Bright cherries, cinammon apple and red fruit nose, sasafras and rose, strawberries, stalky anise tannin, mace and a sprinkle of cupboard spice, a decidedly savoury style of blush pink wine to accompany creamy white cheese or buttered saute of sole.
$1699each
$201DOZEN
EACH
DOZEN
Scarborough Offshoot Verdelho
Hunter Valley
Available by the dozen
The blessed soils and benign climes of Valley Hunter make a hospitable home for refreshing white styles that are essentially fruit driven and friendly to food. Scarborough take an all natural approach, encouraging their vines to yield a harvest that's self assured, articulate of Verdelho, so good that the wine simply makes itself. Crafted without too much interference, fashioned for freshness, unwooded and unoaked, its zesty, granny smith palate makes a mesmerising meal alongside singaporean recipes, cocounut curries and colourful hawker style cuisines.
$1699each
$201DOZEN
EACH
DOZEN
Scarborough Offshoot Vermentino
Hunter Valley
Available by the dozen
Vermentino hails from Sardinia but can be found growing in vineyards throughout the Mediterranean. A natural for the warmer climes and auspicious terroirs of Hunter Valley, Scarborough introduce their harvest to a long cool ferment, batches are plunged over periodically to infuse the palate while introducing a measure of creaminess and texture. Unoaked and without artifice, rejuvenatingly pastoral and fresh, conjuring honeysuckle, orange blossoms and lemon curd, its long crisp finish resolves on a lingering impression of grapefruits and quince.
$1699each
$203DOZEN
EACH
DOZEN
Scarborough Pinot Noir
Hunter Valley
Available by the dozen
$2399each
$287DOZEN
EACH
DOZEN
Scarborough Shiraz
Hunter Valley
Available by the dozen
Scarborough are exclusively Hunter Valley, adhering to a philosophy of regionally pure wines, always in the pursuit of an immaculate expression through provenance and terroir. It is the uniqueness of its DNA thumbprint that ultimately places Hunter Shiraz into a genre of its very own. Satisfyingly medium bodied, elegantly complex, its lithe, savoury tannins and earthy, bucolic fruit, finely chiselled portraiture and seamless structure are the very definition of new world Shiraz, in the timeless and enduring Hunter Valley way.
$2399each
$287DOZEN
EACH
DOZEN
Scarborough Yellow Label Chardonnay
Hunter Valley
Available by the dozen
From vines planted to one of the Hunter Valley's most splendid Terra rosa sites. The deep friable red loam soils over soft limestone yield generously flavoured grapes with unique flavour profiles. A full bodied Chardonnay in Burgundian styling, with staves of lovely oak and golden toasty autolysis. Scarborough never lets up, it knows what we want to smell and like to taste, it truly delivers. Hunter Valley Chardonnay at its best, superb alongside lobster and drawn butter, hollandaise, asparagus and garlic mayo.
$2299each
$275DOZEN
EACH
DOZEN
The stunning thirty acre Gillards Road site at Pokolbin is one of the highest vineyards in Hunter Valley. Days are warm throughout the growing season and the elevation provides cool sea breezes at night. Gillards Road's Terra rossa soils are unique in the Hunter Valley, ideal for producing Scarborough's famous Burgundy influenced style of Chardonnay. The lucky vines are picked when fruit is at optimal ripeness and maturity, grapes are pressed and the juices are racked to fermenters. A third of the way through vinification, batches are filled to a selection of French oak barrels for completion of ferments, malolactic and a course of lees stirring battonage, followed by a racking to maturation tanks for a year.
 
Straw green hues. A nose of roasted nuts and salted cashew, stonefruits and dusty integrated oak. More cashew flavours on the palate, white melon, buttery, honeyed fruit characters, balanced oak, butterscotch and nectarine. Beautifully structured with honeyed butter characters and integrated French oak. Full, round and rich, a strong lingering aftertaste with judicious acid, honey and green melon.
Specialising in Chardonnay but also producing other traditional premium Hunter varieties, Scarborough has established itself as a leading wine brand

Scarborough has been producing its unique style of wines since 1987. The estate continues to be one of the few companies to be based exclusively around Hunter Valley wines, and have been awarded a 5-star rating by James Halliday for being an outstanding winery capable of producing wines of the highest calibre. Ian Scarborough specialises in Chardonnay, from the full-flavoured Yellow Label to the light, crisp Blue Label style, this varietal has become synonymous with Scarborough!

Scarborough

Scarborough produced its first wine in the 1980s, which began with the purchase of a stunning 30-acre hillside property at Pokolbin in the Central Lower Hunter Valley. It was planted to Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, and is one of the highest vineyards in the Hunter with various aspects. During the growing season the days are warm and the elevation provides cool sea breezes at night. The vineyard's terra rossa soil (deep friable red loam soil over a soft limestone base) is unique in the Hunter Valley.

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Ian Scarborough recognised the importance of the unique terra rossa soil atop the hillside property in creating what would become the Scarborough flagship wine the Yellow Label Chardonnay. More recently, it is a barrel selection of wine sourced from this hillside property that is used to create the White Label Selection Chardonnay.

In 1998 Scarborough purchased an additional 100 acres of land. Formerly part of the famous Lindemans Sunshine Vineyard, it is 10 km north-east of the home vineyard. Scarborough has undertaken an extensive program of planting at Sunshine Vineyard to support their Blue Label Chardonnay and White Label Semillon. This property also provides the opportunity to experiment with new varieties. Sunshine Vineyard has sandy soils (hourglass fine and very deep in areas) that are similar to the sandy creeks flats that produce the original and still famous Hunter Valley Semillons and Chardonnays.

The Hunter Semillons are a unique wine style; nowhere else in the world does this variety express such purity of fruit and experience such longevity in bottle. Scarborough today are well known for delicious pinot noir, grown to a climate traditionally too warm for the varietal; proving mature vines, terroir, and a little perseverance delivers. The unique rosť is made from Pinot Noir grapes, a finely structured and vibrant summer wine. Shiraz shows the hallmark red berry earthy and spice flavours which characterise the Hunter Valley red wine style.

Within the family, Scarborough is often referred to as the third child of Ian and Merralea. Their real children, Jerome and Sally, carry on this passion. This shows in the very successful family working relationship, which will ensure a seamless transition when the next generation takes the reins of this vibrant and ever-growing business. Jerome has worked closely with Ian over the past four years as winemaker and also overseen the development of the Sunshine vineyard. Sally has recently expanded her role to oversee all aspects of national sales from the Cellar Door to the top end restaurants and retailers of Australia.

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From the first release in 1987, the Scarborough philosophy was to provide the wine consumer with wine of international standing, classic character and style. Through perseverance and commitment to quality, Ian and Merralea grew the company. To this day, the Scarborough family manages all facets of the business from vineyard to distribution.

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