Our 2018 Indenture Cabernet Sauvignon was been made from grapes harvested at “Hilltops” near Young in Central NSW.
This wine has layers of spicy fruit flavours with hints of dark berries and French oak.
Since bottling earlier this year this wine is showing even more rich cabernet characters. Definitely one for cellaring.
3.5 star rating by Winestate Magazine
Our 2018 Indenture Shiraz has also been made with grapes sourced from “Hilltops” near Young in NSW. It is deep in colour and rich in flavour with typical shiraz pepper and spice characters. Aged for 12 months with French oak has added to the depth of character.
4.5 star rating by Winestate magazine. Their review: “Soft fleshy plum nose laced with fresh spicy/clove oak and flavours of cherries, plums and chocolate on the seamlessly balanced palate with velvety tannins and lively acidity.”
Once again our tempranillo has been harvested from the Toppers Mountain Vineyard in New England. It has it’s usual vibrant colour and rich mouth filling flavours. Matured in American and French oak the wine has a beautiful finish.
Try this wine with Spanish inspired dishes such as paella.
This is the second time we have made a sangiovese. The first was in 2014 with the fruit sourced from the Hunter Valley. I would have loved to make one every vintage but unfortunately the fruit was not available. In 2018 I managed to source some fruit from “Hilltops” and this is the result. It’s a fairly light savoury style and in the summer months it drinks really well chilled. This is the perfect wine for pizza and all tomato based pasta dishes.
4 star rating by Winestate Magazine