“Loaded with peppery blueberries and raspberries, the 2017 Shiraz is a supple, medium-bodied effort that competes well in the entry-level market. Creamy in texture without being flabby, and more savory than many New World wines under $20, it's a solid value for drinking over the next couple of years.”
“78% Chardonnay, 22% pinot noir from Geographe, Mount Barker and Margaret River. Interesting: the wine was apparently made in 2015, but the label is clear, it is NV. This becomes even more interesting in the context of its Methode Traditionelle status, i.e. fermented in this bottle, rare for a $25 wine. Bright and fresh, with a low dosage allowing the vibrancy of the fruit to come through strong and clear.”
“This light- to medium-bodied sparkler is a blend of 77% Chardonnay and 23% Pinot Noir. It’s from an area not known for bubbles, but makes for a crisp, refreshing drink. Toasty notes blend easily with modest citrus, finishing almost dry.”
“Deep garnet-purple colored, the 2014 Shiraz has a pepper and charcoal laced nose over a core of black cherries and blackberries. The medium-bodied palate reveals a good amount of uncomplicated blackberry flavors with soft tannins and a spicy finish.”
"From Great Southern, Blackwood Valley, Geographe and Margaret River, matured for 12 months in French and American barriques. Attractive medium-bodied shiraz; spice, cracked pepper and licorice are the sauce for the vinous gander, with its blackberry and black cherry fruit; the oak impact is minimal, but that of fine tannins is an essential part of the package. Great value."