Founded in 1997, Bird in Hand has quietly become one of Australia's most acclaimed wineries
Elegant yet opulent, this wine combines fresh fruit on the palate with a minerally core, with added dimension provide by a slight toastiness.
One half of the Abbotts & Delaunay powerhouse, Laurent Delaunay, has returned to Burgundy to make modern-day wines and resurrect his family estate.
Expressive and typical of the region this abounds with flavours of peach, hazelnut, honey and toast.
Scheid Family Wines' vineyards are sustainably farmed, and its entire winery is powered by a single wind turbine.
As seen on TV. The palate is richer with ripe apple, lemon and a slight note of toast yet retains a delightful freshness in a long persistent finish.
You'll find some of the world's finest white wines in the village of Chassagne-Montrachet.
It's made from grapes mainly from grapes from Auxey-Duresses and Meursault. Expect fresh aromas of peach and lemon and a subtle hint of hazelnut, thanks to some oak ageing and lees influence.
Talbott Vineyards put the prestigious Santa Lucia Highlands on the wine world map with its excellent cool-climate wines.
The New Zealand trademarks of fresh and snappy peach and tropical fruits are finished with a wonderfully generous texture and a biscuity edge. Rich, with plentiful amounts of pure, tropical fruit.