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A fresh, fruity white wine with bright peach and nectarine aromas. The palate is medium-bodied, with citrus and white peach flavours, gently spiced oak, and a soft, crisp, lingering finish.
"Designed for everyday enjoyment", the Eaglehawk is a range of fresh, approachable Australian wines great to share around at family meals.
South East Australia
Gentle floral notes of crushed rose petal, a lift of freshly cut pear, and a hint of ginger on the nose. It's a generous bubbly with Pinot Gris characters of pear mt with a creamy mouthfeel. Finishes in an off-dry style with an excellent balance between acid and natural sweetness. Read More
Lindauer is synonymous with Kiwi picnics. It's easy drinking as it's a a drier style wine, the taste is crisp and complex with notes of citrus fruits with hints of strawberry sorbet and toasty notes. It is well balanced with lifted creaminess coming from the Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grapes. 11% abv. Read More
Fraise in French means strawberry and in this classic Lindauer we can see why! The bubbly is made from Pinot Noir grapes and gently infused with a natural strawberry essence. There is a lovely hint of sweetness and strawberries linger on. Read More
Freixenet’s most popular cava, Cordon Negro Brut is often referred to as the “Black Bottle Bubbly.” It’s the ideal sparkling wine for any occasion and this size is perfect for the Christmas stocking. Launched in 1974 and packaged in a specially ground, distinctive black bottle, Cordon Negro has became a huge success for Freixenet and served as its flagship product. A fine, persistent and abundant sparkle lifting to a good crown. Fine, delicate aromas, combining tones of green apple and pear, with light resonances of Mediterranean fruits - peach, melon and pineapple, over a base of citrus, all beautifully balanced... Read More