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"Four Pillars Rare Dry Gin is crafted to deliver the best of all worlds: a perfect, classic gin and also something that would fascinate and delight even the most hardened gin fanatic. It’s spicy but with great citrus, a truly modern Australian gin"
- Four Pillars
With citrus, fruitcake, star anise and cinnamon, this Gin balances warmth and bright zesty flavours. There's also plenty to work with here and this will no doubt lift your Martini game to the next level!
Four Pillars are a small Aussie distillery in the Yarra Valley and create their gins with mixology in mind. The name 'Four Pillars' speaks to the four pillars in which their craft depends on: copper pot stills; the "best water in the world" from Yarra; an equal mix of great local and exotic botanicals; and, a commitment to craft and attention to detail every step of the way.
A delicious Silver Medal winning sparkling wine from the South of France. It's a blend of Chardonnay, Chenin Blanc and Pinot Noir, three varieties that lend themselves well to quality sparkling wine production. The second fermentation and ageing takes place over 12 months and the result is a fresh and vibrant style of sparkling wine. The nose displays citrus and almond notes, and on the palate the wine is supple and refreshing, with notes of quince, citrus and a hint of toastiness on the finish. 4 Stars, Joelle Thomson, Wine Writer "It’s extraordinary to find French crémant (bottle fermented bubbles... Read More
Treat that someone special this silly season with this simply unbelievable value French bubbly made from outside Champagne but still in the traditional method. Pale straw colour with gold reflection and persistent bubbles. Delicate almond fragrance with undertones of hazelnut, subtle touch of clove and lime tree. Crisp and elegant. Gold at the International Wines and Spirits Competition and rated by Wine Spectator alongside Moet saying "Yellow gold fruity bouquet, crisp finish. Outstanding quality." Loire, France Michael Cooper "This vivacious bubbly, from a long-established Loire Valley producer, is made by the classic methode traditionnelle technique. Light lemon/green, with an eruption... Read More
Fizz from Frances oldest sparkling wine region. Thought you read wrong? Not this time! Most think Champagne, in the northeast of France is the oldest sparkling region in the area, however its Limoux in the Languedoc region of southern France that takes the crown. This methode traditionelle comes from here and is a delicious alternative to its pricier counterpart. Crafted from a mix of Chardonnay, Mauzac, Chenin Blanc and Pinot Noir its fresh, and zinging with mouth-watering citrus. The wine spent 18 months ageing on its lees, giving it that yeasty, brioche flavour that we know and love. Cheers! One of... Read More
An extraordinay Methode Traditionelle from Marlborough that's dripping in awards and compliments any soirée with its class and elegance. The nose exhibits light yeasty characters with peach and citrus aromas. The chardonnay components of peach and citrus shine first, followed by the light berry fruits of the pinot noir. The mouth filling mousse completes the palate that is full and persistent. The name MiruMiru translates to mean 'bubbles' in Maori. The fruit was gently pressed with low litres per tonne extraction. The resultant juice was fermented in stainless steel tanks before undergoing full malolactic fermentation. The Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot... Read More