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Alta Vista Chardonnay Premium 2004

Alta Vista Chardonnay Premium 2004
(White Wine -750 ml)

Product of Argentina.
13, 50% vol.

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To be served between 10¡ã and 12¡ãC.

Company Profile:   
Alta vista Premium Chardonnay grows in the foothills of the Andes on our 1100 metres high Vistaflores vineyard. Matured on a clay/alluvial soil, this wine has tropical fruit aromas and is characterized by its freshness, vivacity, balance and long finish.

Spanish:
Alta Vista Premium Chardonnay est ¨¦labor¨¦ au pied de la Cordill¨¨re des Andes sur notre vignoble de Vistaflores, ¨¢ une altitude de 1100 m¨¨tres. II est issu d¡¯un terroir argilo-limoneux. C¡¯est un vin frais et vif aux ar?mes de fruits tropicaux pr¨¦sentant un bel ¨¦quilibre et une bonne longueur en bouche.
D¨¦gustation id¨¦ale entre 10¡ã et 12¡ãC.

Alta Vista Cosecha Chardonnay 2006

Alta Vista Cosecha Chardonnay 2006
(White Wine-750 ml)

Product of Argentina.
Origin Mendoza.
Alc 13, 5% vol.

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White Wine-Contains Sulphites
This wine is a natural product therefore it can have sediments in the bottle.

Company Profile:
Grown on our vineyards located at the foothills of the Andes, COSECHA is created from two grape varieties, Chardonnay and Torrontes- a local variety.
It is a pleasurable wine, best drunk young to fully appreciate its fruitiness, vivacity and freshness. To be served between 8¡ã  and 10¡ãC.

Peter Howland Maxwell Chardonnay 2003

Peter Howland Maxwell Chardonnay 2003
(White Wine -750 ml)

Product of Australia.
14.5% Alc/Vol.
Approx 8.6 standard drinks.
Preservative 220 Added.

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Philosophy:
        To express the unique characteristics of a single vineyard site in an exceptional wine.

Vineyard:
       Cane pruned, 30 year old vines on loamy soils with a northerly aspect.
       Crops are very low.

Winemaking:
       Handpicked and whole bunched pressed. 
       The juice is fermented immediately both naturally and with selected yeast.
       100% tight-grained French oak lends complexity and texture.

Style:
       Rich melon and ripe chardonnay aromas, with multilayered French oak and yeast complexity.
       A long ever-evolving palate with both fresh fruit and oatmeal natural ferment savoury characters.
      This wine will age beautifully.

Cranswick Estate Semillon Sauvignon Blanc 2007

Cranswick Estate Semillon Sauvignon Blanc 2007
(White Wine 75cl)

12.5% Alcohol/Volume
Wine of South Eastern Australia
85% Semillon, 15% Sauvignon Blanc

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The grapes were harvested between 2am and 7am being the coolest part of the night but were fermented separately. The Sauvignon Blanc was cold soaked for 24 hours prior to pressing to help extract the important fruit characteristics from the grapes skins. The musts were then slowly and lightly pressed with only the first fraction being kept for production. The juice from each varietal was then cold fermented between 12 and 15¡ãC in stainless steel and without any wood contact.

This classic Australian white wine blend shows lively lime and citrus fruit characters supported by good acidity and a lengthy finish. The winemaker¡¯s use of Semillon will allow this wine to evolve gracefully over several years.

Serving Suggestions: Serve lightly chilled on its own or with salads, quiche, fish or poultry dishes, delicious with shellfish and also white fish dishes.

Company Profile:
The name Cranswick Estate is synonymous with an elegant and much revered bird, the crane, whose natural habitat is sparsely populated wetland areas. The Cape York peninsular, where the cranes over winter and breed, is home to over half of Australia¡¯s known bird species, including the rare Sarus crane.

The Cranswick brand was created in 1991 when Graham Cranswick-Smith initiated a management buy-out of Diageo's bulk winemaking facility in the Riverina region of New South Wales, Australia.  Since then Cranswick has transformed from producing bulk wine for major Australian producers to producing and marketing it's own broad range of Australian varietal wines, with a strong reputation for excellent quality and outstanding value for money.

Cranswick Wines are expertly made to capture the ripe fruit flavours and to reflect the very best of Australian winemaking. Our grapes are sourced from selected vineyards across Australia and demonstrate the new elegance of contemporary Australian wines. All of our vineyards are under long term contracts and managed in a sustainable fashion with attention focused on fruit quality through canopy management and relatively low yields.

Hungerford Hill Tumbarumba Chardonnay 2006

Hungerford Hill Tumbarumba Chardonnay 2006
(White Wine 750ml)

Wine of Australia
13.5% Alcohol/Volume
Pale straw green in colour

92 Rating - James Halliday Australian Wine Companion 2008
Spotlessly clean; quite ripe nectarine/citrus fruit, with more depth than is usual for Tumbarumba; the substantial amount of new French oak has been absorbed by the fruit.

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Located in the foothills of the Snowy Mountains, the cool growing climate of Tumbarumba is the ideal location for Hungerford Hill Chardonnay. The 2006 vintage was particularly low yielding producing grapes of outstanding quality.

NOSE
The nose displays complex yet delicate aromas of pear & white nectarine amidst a background of fine nutty oak.

PALATE
The palate is complex & full bodied with perfectly integrated fruit flavours & subtle French oak.

PEAK DRINKING
Enjoy this wine from now or cellar until 2012.

WINEMAKING STYLES
A modern new world Chardonnay with a background of cool viticultural & modern winemaking techniques. This wine was matured for 7 months in a combination of new (60%) & one year old (40%) French oak. This wine is best enjoyed from now until 2012 with careful cellaring.

Company Profile:
A WINE FOR TODAYS LIFESTYLE
A Hunter Valley icon for several generations of Australian wine drinkers since its founding in the 70s, the Hungerford Hill brand has been re-invented under the watchful eye of James Kirby.

With Michael Hatcher as chief winemaker, Hungerford Hill embraces state-of-the-art winemaking blended with history, talent and experience. Michael has developed an outstanding range of wines from traditional favourites as well as varieties to suit the more adventurous wine enthusiast.

These exceptional wines are produced from grapes grown in some of Australia's most exciting wine regions, including Tumbarumba, Orange, Hilltops and Clare Valley as well as the world famous Hunter Valley.

The new home of Hungerford Hill is the Hunter Valley's most spectacular new winery, incorporating a state-of the-art underground cellar and the fabulous Terroir Restaurant and Wine Bar.

Expect premium wines from Hungerford Hill, a wine for all who dare to discover it!

Hungerford Hill Fishcage Sauvignon Blanc Semillon 2007

Hungerford Hill Fishcage Sauvignon Blanc Semillon 2007
(White Wine 750ml)

Wine of Australia
13% Alcohol/Volume
Lovely light straw colour
Sauvignon Blanc & Semillon

3 stars: Winestate Magazine 2006
90 Rating - James Halliday Australian Wine Companion 2008
Pale straw-green; clean and fragrant, with lively herb, grass and lime and tropical notes; good structure. A lateral-thinking bargain blend of Currency Creek Semillon/Tumbarumba Sauvignon Blanc.


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A wine designed to be quirky & approachable. This wine is a fresh aromatic Sauvignon Blanc Semillon style.

NOSE
The complex nose displays citrus aromas of Semillon with herbacious characters, stonefruit and melon of Sauvignon Blanc.

PALATE
The zesty citrus flavours and racy acidity of the Sauvignon Blanc are rounded out nicely by rich Semillon fruit flavours.

PEAK DRINKING
This wine is designed for early drinking, enjoy while young & fresh.

This approachable and versatile wine matches nicely to a wide range of foods, particularly salads, spicy dishes and seafoods.

Company Profile:
A WINE FOR TODAYS LIFESTYLE
A Hunter Valley icon for several generations of Australian wine drinkers since its founding in the 70s, the Hungerford Hill brand has been re-invented under the watchful eye of James Kirby.

With Michael Hatcher as chief winemaker, Hungerford Hill embraces state-of-the-art winemaking blended with history, talent and experience. Michael has developed an outstanding range of wines from traditional favourites as well as varieties to suit the more adventurous wine enthusiast.

These exceptional wines are produced from grapes grown in some of Australia's most exciting wine regions, including Tumbarumba, Orange, Hilltops and Clare Valley as well as the world famous Hunter Valley.

The new home of Hungerford Hill is the Hunter Valley's most spectacular new winery, incorporating a state-of the-art underground cellar and the fabulous Terroir Restaurant and Wine Bar.

Expect premium wines from Hungerford Hill, a wine for all who dare to discover it!

Hungerford Hill White Sydney Style Chardonnay 06

Hungerford Hill White Sydney Style Chardonnay 06
(White Wine 750ml)

Wine of Australia
12.5% Alcohol/Volume

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Wine Sydney Style is designed to complement todays lifestyle, its fresh, easy going and challenge the average. This Chardonnay is designed for every day drinking and is an excellent example of this style. Straw green in colour, this wine has lively aromas of peach and melon. The palate shows full-bodied rich varietal fruit flavours, finishing with a crisp natural acidity. Enjoy this wine young and fresh, either on its own as an aperitif or with a variety of dishes.

This product has been fined with milk products, traces may remain.

Company Profile:
A WINE FOR TODAYS LIFESTYLE
A Hunter Valley icon for several generations of Australian wine drinkers since its founding in the 70s, the Hungerford Hill brand has been re-invented under the watchful eye of James Kirby.

With Michael Hatcher as chief winemaker, Hungerford Hill embraces state-of-the-art winemaking blended with history, talent and experience. Michael has developed an outstanding range of wines from traditional favourites as well as varieties to suit the more adventurous wine enthusiast.

These exceptional wines are produced from grapes grown in some of Australia's most exciting wine regions, including Tumbarumba, Orange, Hilltops and Clare Valley as well as the world famous Hunter Valley.

The new home of Hungerford Hill is the Hunter Valley's most spectacular new winery, incorporating a state-of the-art underground cellar and the fabulous Terroir Restaurant and Wine Bar.

Expect premium wines from Hungerford Hill, a wine for all who dare to discover it!

Ashton Hills Vineyard Chardonnay 2004

Ashton Hills Vineyard Chardonnay 2004
(Whtie Wine 750ml)

Wine of Australia
13.5% Alcohol/Volume

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Ashton Hills Vineyard is in the heart of the cool Adelaide Hills and lies just below the summit of Mt. Lofty on a ridge-top overlooking the Piccadilly Valley. Warm conditions during spring flowering resulted in an above-average crop level of our 2004 Chardonnay. The fruit then survived a climate roller-coaster ride of a hot December, very cold January and record hot February. Weather during our vintage months of March and April was fine and mild. This Chardonnay was fermented, and matured for a year, in seasoned French oak barrels and bottled without having gone through malolactic fermentation.

Contain preservative (sulphur dioxide).

Kingston Estate Chardonnay 2005

Kingston Estate Chardonnay 2005
(White Wine 750ml)

13% Alcohol/Volume
Wine of South Australia
Abundance of peach, apricot and rockmelon characters¡­

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Kingston has gained an enviable reputation for producing quality wines with flavor generosity and superb drinkability. In our continuing quest for quality improvements we have expanded our fruit sourcing to include a diverse range of South Australia¡¯s premium and emerging wine regions.

This Chardonnay has an abundance of peach, apricot and rockmelon characters beautifully complemented by subtle creamy vanillin oak providing structure and persistent lingering flavours. Enjoy this popular wine now, or allow it to gain further flavor complexity with several years maturation. It makes an ideal accompaniment to seafood and lighter meat dishes.

This wine is clarified using milk. Products and traces may remain.

Company Profile:
Kingston Estate Wines has grown rapidly since Sarantos and Constantina Moularadellis first developed their 40 acre vineyard in 1979 in South Australia's Riverland wine region. Today, Kingston is the 10th largest wine producer in Australia and remains one of Australia's largest family-owned wineries.

Their son, managing director and chief winemaker, Bill Moularadellis, joined the family business in 1985 as a young Oenology graduate from Roseworthy College with a vision to produce premium wines from the Riverland. His first crush in 1986 produced 60 tonnes (principally reds) and in that year the first commercial vintage of 4,500 cases of wine was produced.

Today, it's still proudly a family business. Success has been driven largely by export markets in the UK and Europe where consumers love our flavoursome, excellent value for money style of wine.

With the growth of the company came the expansion of production, storage and wood maturation facilities. The winery facility has the capability of producing in excess of one million cases of premium varietal wines each vintage. 60% of production is shipped overseas to the traditional markets of UK, United States, New Zealand and Sweden, along with the emerging markets of Germany, Canada, China and Singapore.

Cranswick Lakefield Chardonnay 2007

Cranswick Lakefield Chardonnay 2007 (function wine)
(White Wine 75cl)

100% Chardonnay
13% Alcohol/Volume
Wine of South Eastern Australia

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This classic Chardonnay shows green apple, ripe melon fruit and balanced acidity making this a very enjoyable and versatile white wine. Serve lightly chilled as an aperitif or with salads, creamy pasta dishes, fish, chicken dishes and lightly spiced dishes.

The Chardonnay grapes are harvested at night during the coolest period of the day. The grapes are lightly crushed insuring the free run juice extraction contains minimal phenolics. The juice is fermented on French and American oak planks to give complexity to the varietal fruit flavours. Wine is allowed to remain on oak and ferment lees for two months to help give some extra fullness and mouth feel to the palate.

The Lakefield Nature Reserve on the Cape York Peninsula is one of Australia¡¯s largest nature reserves. Drained by massive rivers its spectacular wetlands are home to rare wetland birds such as our emblem, the Australian Sarus crane, Barramundi fish and the world¡¯s largest reptile, the saltwater crocodile.

Company Profile:
The name Cranswick Estate is synonymous with an elegant and much revered bird, the crane, whose natural habitat is sparsely populated wetland areas. The Cape York peninsular, where the cranes over winter and breed, is home to over half of Australia¡¯s known bird species, including the rare Sarus crane.

The Cranswick brand was created in 1991 when Graham Cranswick-Smith initiated a management buy-out of Diageo's bulk winemaking facility in the Riverina region of New South Wales, Australia.  Since then Cranswick has transformed from producing bulk wine for major Australian producers to producing and marketing it's own broad range of Australian varietal wines, with a strong reputation for excellent quality and outstanding value for money.

Cranswick Wines are expertly made to capture the ripe fruit flavours and to reflect the very best of Australian winemaking. Our grapes are sourced from selected vineyards across Australia and demonstrate the new elegance of contemporary Australian wines. All of our vineyards are under long term contracts and managed in a sustainable fashion with attention focused on fruit quality through canopy management and relatively low yields.

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