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TASTING NOTES: View: D'Arenberg The Peppermint Paddock Sparkling Chambourcin has a profound aspect of vibrant mousse black crimson purple with a persistent strand that can only be described as a "ring of pearls". A rare and wonderful sight in the sparkling...
“Upon release this wine exhibits a deep appearance of vibrant black, crimson-purple mousse with a fine persistent bead that looks simply inviting. The aroma is initially restrained but as it opens up the level of fruit richness and concentration becomes quite obvious. The aromas are dry, dominated...”read
“- In honor of Francis "d'Arry" Osborn named wine was vinified in equal parts of Shiraz and Grenache and expanded some 20 months in oak barrels
- As usual with d'Arenberg, the grapes were pressed with feet, also the wine was not filtered
- Shiraz provides structure, earthy and spicy notes and...”read
...2%. AGEING: Aged for 12 months in French oak barrels and American. PREPARATION: small batches of grapes crushed gently and then transferred to open fermenters and fermented separately. treaded foot halfway fermentation, wine pressing basket. and transferred...
“To taste this exotic mix of Iberian varieties is to embark upon a tantalizing journey of the senses. The nose exhibits an enticing mix of red, black and purple fruits such as plum, blackcurrant and dark cherry truffle. There is another layer of secondary aromas though, that makes this a seriously...”read
...AGEING: aged in oak before bottling. PREPARATION: soft crushing, fermentation in traditional open tanks, pressed into the basket. PAIRING: veal with mushrooms, beef dark cherry, deer burger with barbecue sauce and cheese Quebec beef burger with cheddar...
“- Australia's beloved red classic No.
- 1, largely vinifizert here of grape very old bush vines
- The wine was fermented using traditional methods in open fermenters and then aged in oak barrels
- Very juicy round style with plenty of ripe dark fruit, complementary herbal spice and wants harmony...”read
...sherbet notes. The palate is richly textural and ends in a long finish. APPELLATION: McLaren Vale VINEYARD: Grown in one of d'Arenberg's vineyards in the Adelaide Hills in south Australia, all of which are NASAA Certified for organic and biodynamic processes....
“Delicate floral notes on the nose and relatively restrained. The palate hits you with fleshy stone fruit flavours of apricot and white peach, with just a suggestion of funky" mushrooms influenced by the natural yeasts from the vineyard."”read
...acidity and mineral final touch that adds texture to the palate flavors. APPELLATION: McLaren Vale. VINEYARD: Chester d'Arenberg Osborn and Jack Walton. GRAPES: Riesling. AGEING: This wine is aged and can be eaten at any time; if consumed fresh it is...
“One of the finest Rieslings in Australia. A rare wine, comparable to a German Beerenauslese. Straw gold, rich consistency, aromas of dried apricots, dried fruit, lemon, pineapple and mango, intense and refreshing on the finish, with a balancing acidity.”read
“Riesling gives the finesse and class to this wine, Sauvignon blanc adds loads of aromatics, and the Marsanne and Roussanne provide complexity, weight and nuttiness to the palate. The resulting wine is an exotic mix of citrus, stone fruits, passionfruit, guava and tinned pineapple which develops...”read
TASTING NOTES: View: The Dead Arm Shiraz 2015 is a dry wine presented in view of seductive red, tending to brilliant ruby, characterized by a fluid consistency. Nose: Few other wines from this region are able to respond in this way, elegance and refinement...
“Powerful, youthful champion, nicknamed Dead Arm. Meanwhile, highly decorated several times, he is considered one of the best Shiraz wines of Australia. In the glass a deep brick red appears. Its bouquet reminds intensively on cedar wood and fruits, including figs, blackberries and blueberries....”read
...chalky tannins. Powerful, aromatic, persistent and charming at once. APPELLATION: McLaren Vale. VINES: D'Arenberg GRAPES: Cabernet Sauvignon. Aging: Aged on lees, without transfer to the final mix, without purification or filtration before bottling. PREPARATION:...
“- Unfiltered, varietal Cabernet Sauvignon, the one in his name 19
- owes century landscaped vineyard
- This was the first in the region with vines in espalier (trellis trellis =)
- The wine was up to 20 months aged in used oak barrels and shows a wonderfully classic Cabernet Sauvignon character -...”read
“Is a symbol of Venus, a super symbol for women and their female energy. The Shiraz is Bishop, after the maiden name of Colin's wife Judith. The backbone of this powerfully built Glaetzer Bishop Shiraz are the exceptional grapes from the famous vineyards of Ebenezer in the Barossa Valley. In the...”read
“Deep crimson in colour. Lifted and perfumed with violets, cassis, blueberries, plums, blackberries and spice with hints of vanilla and cedar. The palate is supple and shows soft, fleshy, nicely textured fruit with mossy notes and a long finish.”read
“- Very deep crimson with a red hue.
- Alluring and spicy aromas of red currant, Satsuma plum, red liquorice and black pepper with herbaceous layers of bramble, sage and rosemary.
- Concentrated and elegant flavours of succulent red currant and blueberry fruits are balanced with black pepper and a...”read
...Mouth: thick and delicious palate, a line of beautifully racy acidity, freshness, balance, lemon curd and a variety of other fruits, blackcurrant, cumquat, green apple and mixed peel, wonderfully complex and indulgent with a subtle touch. APPELLATION:...
“Lemon curd and tropical fruits spring from the glass. A subtle cut hay character props up upon further inspection. The palate, while thick and luscious, has a beautifully racy line of acid adding freshness and ensuring balance. More lemon curd flavours are enhanced by a range of other fruits...”read
“The soils are sandy loam, gravel and quartz over clay. Its altitude and soil structure allow a long, slow ripening season typically generating marked spice and floral characters. Vivid carmine red, sweet blueberry and redcurrant, dark chocolate, violet and rose scented, delicate talcy tannins,...”read
“The Roussane grape owes its name to the reddish or russet bloom it develops on its skin as it reaches full maturity. Difficult to grow, susceptible to wind damage and mildew, this grape is late ripening and ideally suited to the Barossa climate.”read
“The palate begins with generous peach and stone fruit. The 25% wild fermentation becomes evident as the wine opens up to reveal a beautifully textured mid palate with cashew and honeysuckle, finishing with zingy lime and peel. The wine shows great balance and composure and will drink...”read
“The wine opens to lush aromas of fruitcake, spice and plum pudding, topped off with melted butter and brandy snaps on the side. Its a rich and heady mix, embracing and warming, just waiting for the chill of night and an open fire. The fine, low-strength brandy spirit plays a wonderful supporting...”read
“The nose of this wine displays an enticing mix of white stonefruits and sweet pineapple with an underlying hint of ginger. The palate is luscious and flavoursome, again nectarine and peach are prominent, with a twist of candied citrus rind. These sweet flavours evolve through the palate into more...”read