Pale straw with a rich golden hue.
The nose bursts with juicy granny smith apple, bright citrus and sea spray aromas.
A refreshing sparkling wine with crisp citrus flavours, green apples, rich brioche and a long creamy finish.
Drinking now and will cellar for 12 to 24 months.
A blend of select vintages.
This refreshing sparkling has been made with a blend of high-quality Tasmanian Pinot Noir and Chardonnay fruit. It was carefully fermented using the Charmat method to produce a fresh, appealing and accessible sparkling wine.
- Alcohol: 12.5%
Creamy Tasmanian Pacific oysters with a light squeeze of lemon.
Annual Sparkling Tasting, National Liquor News August 2023
This has citrus and a salty edge to it. Quite nice aromatic lift of herbs and gentle spice. It has a mandarin oil touch in the mouth, zesty.
Jeni Port, Wine Pilot, August 2023
If you have yet to experience, afford or rise to some of the top sparklings coming out of Tasmania, then I think a case can be made for this affordable non-vintage sparkling as a good starting point. It highlights the strengths of Tasmania and gives a hint at why so many wine reviewers and judges are falling in love with the sparkling isle. The fruit is sourced from the super cool Coal River Valley in the state’s south. Brings forth attractive baked apple, lemon, grapefruit scents with grilled nuts and light pastry notes. Shows the summery, bright fruited side of the sparkling coin, tight and fine and dressed in lacy acidity and, while not the most expansive, complex or rich in flavour, it does bring a freshness and charm.