The Coach House Block Shiraz comes from an estate grown single vineyard near the tiny hamlet of Greenock in the sub-region of the Barossa Valley. It is generous and supple whilst soft and approachable upon release. An ultra-rich, heady, mouth-filling Shiraz that combines balanced acidity and mid-palate texture.
This fine non vintage Muscat is made from white Frontignac or Muscat blanc a petit grains. Through the growing season, the fruit is allowed to hang for several weeks until it dehydrates to a point where the flavours are rich and complex, balanced by good acidity.
2011 BRILLIANT DISGUISE
Colour Very pale with slight green hue
AromaFresh aromatics leap out of the glass, full of fresh green apple, sherbet, lifted rosewater and exotic bath salts
PalateThe entry is light with a fine bead, but the texture slowly builds with the creamy mousse. The wine is vibrant, showing strong floral flavours and fresh green apples, with an acid and sweetness roundabout that is balanced and focused giving great length and refreshment. It keeps you looking for the next glass!
The fruit comes from 30 to 50 year old white Frontignac vines grown in the Barossa Valley. The essence of the Moscato style is in maintaining freshness; it is pressed, fermented, filtered and bottled in quick succession.
Drink within the next 24 to 36 months
From the time that juice is settled to bottling, the wine is in a stainless steel tank. The maturation is not the important process in the production of this wine.
2011 Brilliant Disguise Tasting Note
Price per bottle: $ 18
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