Produced from a small number of vines planted by the vineyards founder, Jean Miguet.
Winemaker is Guy Wagner.
Can be enjoyed now or will cellar well and develop aged riesling characteristics.
Firm acid with lovely citrus nose and flavour.
8% residual sugar so softer and aromatic, very popular at cellar door.
Delicious with green salads, Caesar salads, antipasta meals and seafood especially flat head fillets.
This Cabernet Sauvignon is from Fred Peacock’s northern vineyard at Rowella. This year’s vintage has a higher % of Merlot hence the name change.
A well balanced wine with ripe cassis berry fruit and subtle oak aromas. The soft silky palate is mouthfilling, with a full mid palate embracing blackberry, blackcurrant and seasoned oak characters.
Gold medal and trophy winner at the 2008 Tasmanian Wine Show.
Enjoy now or cellar up to 2014
A big juicy New York cut eye fillet, rare with no sauce or venison (also rare) with plum and ginger sauce.
A blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot grapes from this Southern vineyard (Granton) owned by Kerry Carland and made by Andrew Hood.
A full bodied red that we have enjoyed selling for a number of vintages. The 2006 vintage is no exception, showing depth of character with blackcurrant and ripe berrys, overlaid with fine oak and a touch of Bordeaux delicacy.
Try some Tasmanian Bennets wallaby rare with plum and ginger sauce, or a New York cut eye fillet.