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    A slightly pink white sparkling wine with a fruity nose and a persistent, fine bead. The palate is youthful yet complex, with grapefruit, sherbert and restrained yeast flavours. Finishes long and dry.
  • The bouquet is packed with strawberry, raspberry and a hint of cherry. A palate full of well rounded, luscious fruit is delicately laced with a suggestion of spice. Complete with a fresh, persistent finish perfect for a light meal or a long summer's day. The Barossa Valley has the perfect climate and ideal grape varieties to produce Rosé. It is a wine style that should be enjoyed fresh and chilled
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    Founded in 1994, Torbreck Vintners have forged a fantastic reputation for the quality of their wines. The Struie is a blend of Shiraz from 80 year-old vines in Barossa, and higher-altitude 40-year old Eden Valley vineyard fruit. The varying altitudes and ripening patterns from the two sites results in distinctive varietal characteristics, complexity and freshness.
  • Wine
    Torbreck Vintners specialise in Rhone Varietals, and this blend of Grenache, Mataro (Mourvedre) and Shiraz exemplifies their winemaking philosophy. Sourced from patches of withered, ancient vines over a century old, The Steading is a outstanding example of the quality that can be produced from historic cultivars.
  • Wine
    Inspired by the classic bistro wines of the Cotes du Rhone, this outstanding-quality Grenache/Mataro/Shiraz blend undergoes no oak-ageing in order to preserve its youthful aroma and fresh fruit characteristics (hence the name Cuvee Juveniles).
  • A layered & thought-provoking blend inspired by the whites of the Rhone Valley. The underlying rich medley of fresh & roasted stone fruit is topped with a toasty note of spice-laced crumb. Balanced with a restrained zesty lingering hit of ginger on the finish.
  • Wine
    A deep, dark and intense Shiraz from Barrossa. Concenrated blackcurrent fruit, spice and a firm structure.
  • The palate is medium bodied displaying white peach, nashi pear and zesty citrus flavours. There is a wonderful tension and focus to the wine, with the complexity and texture derived from lees stirring complimenting the taut, mineral structure and fruit intensity. A bright acidity and the fresh fruit flavours persist through to a crisp, lingering finish.
  • The 2014 Xanadu Cabernet Sauvignon exhibits vibrant, characteristic aromas of cassis, mulberries, and black plums entwined with hints of cinnamon, nori, and potpourri.
  • The vibrant bouquet exhibits fresh passion fruit and citrus characters, with dried herbs and hints of lemon sherbet in the background. An easy-drinking classic Margaret River wine style with wonderful purity – crunchy, fruit driven, lipsmacking dry with crisp acidity and a clean refreshing finish.