Articles in Fume Blanc, Paradigm Hill WINE and Pt Leo Estate WINE

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by Pt. Leo Estate on October 21, 2021
Pt Leo Reserve Pinot Noir
by Pt. Leo Estate on October 21, 2021
The flavours are similar to the aromas. The entry is soft and builds in the middle palate with soft sweet fruit and fine tannins towards a lingering finish. This very nicely balanced wine will be best enjoyed over the next five years.... Read full article
by Pt. Leo Estate on October 21, 2021
Pt Leo Estate Rosé
by Pt. Leo Estate on October 21, 2021
Flavours as suggested by the aromas dominated by spices and berry fruit. Elegant and restrained with a soft middle palate and a refreshing finish. This wine will be best enjoyed over the next 12 months.... Read full article
by Pt. Leo Estate on October 21, 2021
Pt Leo Estate Reserve Chardonnay
by Pt. Leo Estate on October 21, 2021
Subtle flavours reflective of the aromas – particularly lemon and white peach with a hint of oak. The wine has a soft middle palate with good length and a nice acid balance. This wine will be best enjoyed over the next two to five years.... Read full article
by Pt. Leo Estate on October 21, 2021
Pt Leo Estate Méthode Traditionelle Sparkling
by Pt. Leo Estate on October 21, 2021
Very fine yet persistent bead with citrus flavours most noticeable. An elegant sparkling wine with persistence and a dry finish.... Read full article
by Pt. Leo Estate on October 21, 2021
Pt Leo Estate Non-Vintage Sparkling
by Pt. Leo Estate on October 21, 2021
Fine bead with elegance and freshness. Flavours similar to the aromas with good length and persistence. A very easy drinking sparkling wine.... Read full article
by Paradigm Hill on September 26, 2019
Paradigm Hill Pinot Noir Adesso
by Paradigm Hill on September 26, 2019
As many will recall, this is the happy result of "an experiment gone right" and just the third release of the wine! It was left in barrel for 18 months to evolve and mature but it was only after 10 months that we added some preservative. ... Read full article
by Pt Leo Estate on April 1, 2019
Pt Leo Estate Pinot Noir
by Pt Leo Estate on April 1, 2019
Pt Leo Estate Pinot Noir smells of mixed spices, herbs and background fruits such as plums, cherries and raspberries. Complex aromas of plums and dark berry fruits with hints of herbs and spices.... Read full article
by Paradigm Hill on April 1, 2019
Paradigm Hill Pinot Noir L’ami Sage
by Paradigm Hill on April 1, 2019
L’ami sage has more palate intensity with enticing, darker red fruit aromas followed by the expected savoury, fleshy and earthy character. Always showing a bit more assertiveness on the palate with a tad more richness than Les Cinq.... Read full article
by Pt Leo Estate on September 25, 2018
Pt Leo Estate Pinot Gris
by Pt Leo Estate on September 25, 2018
Pt Leo Estate Pinot Gris smells of honeysuckle and pear with hints of citrus and lychee. On the palate flavours as suggested by the aromas dominated by stone fruit. More elegant than the previous two vintages with a nice clean acid finish.... Read full article
by Pt Leo Estate on September 25, 2018
Pt Leo Estate Shiraz
by Pt Leo Estate on September 25, 2018
Pt Leo Estate Shiraz smells of bright fruit with some plum, blackberry, spice and oak. On the palate flavours as suggested by the aromas. A nice entry that fills out in the middle palate with a lingering finish showing acid and fine tannin. ... Read full article
by Pt Leo Estate on September 25, 2018
Pt Leo Estate Chardonnay
by Pt Leo Estate on September 25, 2018
Pt Leo Estate Chardonnay smells of fresh citrus, apricot and floral notes combined with subtle oak and is best suited to Oysters, sashimi, onion & goats cheese frangipani tart, tuna rolls, mussels.... Read full article
by Paradigm Hill on July 6, 2018
Paradigm Hill Pinot Gris
by Paradigm Hill on July 6, 2018
The Pinot Gris is crushed and stems removed. The must is left to soak a while before pressing off the juice & overnight cooling before the clear juice is fermented in French oak barrels – 50% new Vosges forrest sourced oak is used [16oC to 18oC].... Read full article
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