Articles in Riesling, Dessert Wine, Fiano and Rare Hare WINE

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by Crittenden Estate on October 3, 2019
Crittenden Estate OGGI
by Crittenden Estate on October 3, 2019
Skins fermentation with traditional Italian white grapes (three textural varieties) and made like a red wine. Distinctive, sophisticated and a great food wine. ... Read full article
by Paradigm Hill on July 6, 2018
Paradigm Hill Riesling
by Paradigm Hill on July 6, 2018
Fruit is crushed, stems removed and the must is left to soak a while before pressing off the juice & overnight cooling. The clear juice that is fermented in open 2000 litre vats [14oC to 16oC]. Wine is bottled after a further 6 months.... Read full article
by Willow Creek on April 16, 2018
2014 Rare Hare Shiraz
by Willow Creek on April 16, 2018
This seductive shiraz abounds with intense fruit flavours, a generous, soft mid-palate and fine tannins on the finish. Effortlessly enjoyable, whatever the food or mood.... Read full article
by Willow Creek on April 16, 2018
Rare Hare White
by Willow Creek on April 16, 2018
Let there be white. This cool-climate conception bounds with aromatic fruit flavour. Extra texture adds a savoury element make this an ideal wine for modern food.... Read full article
by Willow Creek on April 16, 2018
Rare Hare Rosé
by Willow Creek on April 16, 2018
From 100% pristine Willow Creek Vineyard fruit, this rosé release is perfectly poised for summer enjoyment. With an delicately attractive peach hue, the wine shows lifted aromas of enticing wild strawberries and redcurrants, and an intriguing hint ..... Read full article
by Willow Creek on April 16, 2018
NV Rare Hare Sparkling
by Willow Creek on April 16, 2018
Full of flair, this beaded blend is an appealing aperitif. Approachable, rich, refined and easy to love - all the hallmarks of a perfect life partner… and it probably is. Consume in celebration.... Read full article
on April 12, 2018
Rahona Valley Late Harvest Riesling
on April 12, 2018
This style is rather more like a German Auslese style; it is very sweet and proudly intended to be a rich, dessert style wine. Sometimes Auslese styles have Botrytis influence but not in this case. It features riper citrus notes on the nose, nudging ... Read full article
on April 12, 2018
Rahona Valley Kaye's Block Riesling
on April 12, 2018
In Germany, this would be called a Spatlese style; it tends to be called off dry in Australia. All of which means it is a bit sweet but not extremely so. It shows lovely blossoms and limes on the nose and then its natural acidity gives it effortless... Read full article