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Pale and transparent crimson in colour with a subtle nose of red fruits and spice. The palate begins with a core of vibrant red berry and candied fruits, building with layers of complexity to an impressively long and dry finish. A thought provoking Rose that combines flavour and complexity within the modern pale, dry and elegant style.
Take it to the Grave was created to deliver interesting and rewarding wines whilst challenging a few established rules and preconceptions. The Take it to the Grave Rose displays the insight and attention to detail required to seize exactly the right moment to create pale and dry Rose.
Winemaking: Sourced from a number of established vineyards on the eastern slopes of the Barossa Valley, primarily in the light pass sub-district. Completely de-stemmed with a short maceration (a few hours) sufficient to impart colour and texture. Following a soft pressing, the juice is given a cool fermentation in stainless steel and allowed to ferment close to dry. Maturation on lees in stainless steel adds texture and malolactic fermentation is prevented to ensure vibrancy.
2016 Vintage: An outstanding vintage, possibly the best in the Barossa Valley in a decade – despite a number of hot contenders. Excellent, balanced and consistent conditions – warm but not too warm, dry but not too dry, crucially cool Autumn nights – have led to intensely flavoured and brilliantly balanced fruit with excellent freshness.
Aromas of dark chocolate, fennel seed, black cherry and oregano leads on to a round palate with lush blueberry fruit flavours and a classic mocha-choc tannin profile. Enjoy this wine with tapas, pizza or char-grilled red meats. Grapes: TempranilloRegion: South AustraliaLocation: AustraliaAlcohol Content: 13.5% Read More
Crimson red with hints of purple. Aromas of blackberry, tobacco leaf and plums with subtle notes of black currant, cedar and violets. The palate is elegantly structured, with a silky texture and fruit sweetness to the mid palate and layers of black cherry, spice and subtle briar flavours. The wine finishes with soft grainy tannins. Enjoy with a rack of lamb. Suitable for vegans and vegetarians. Region: South AustraliaAlcohol: 13.5%TA: 5.7 g/LpH: 3.57 Read More
Pale golden straw in colour with vibrant green hues, the Oxford Landing Estates Chardonnay has lifted aromas of freshly ripe stone fruit with hints of grapefruit and lemon myrtle. Layers of flavour build across the palate that reflect the use of wild fermentation and ageing on yeast lees. The slightest hint of oak comes through as a hint of vanilla, highlighting the complexity derived from barrel matured reserve wine. The wine has a wonderfully even texture on the palate with balanced acidity offering a crisp, clean wine with persistent and tantalising mineral acidity. Suitable for vegans and vegetarians.Grapes: ChardonnayRegion: South... Read More
"Gentle and nicely fruited, this medium-bodied cabernet shows dark berry, game, mixed spice and dried herb aromas on the nose, leading to a juicy palate that is rounded and smooth. The wine is approachable and fruity with a pleasant dry finish. At its best: now to 2018." Sam Kim Wine Orbit, March 2017 The best expression of the varietals tipcity. Fresh wines, concentrated with intense fruit presence. The largest varietal proposal of Argentina. Noble wine of a bright red color. Aromas of black fruit and spices. Soft and balanced on the palate, with a pleasant, long-lasting tannic sensation. Trapiche is... Read More