'Hello Winter' Wine Six Pack
From Grigio to Garnacha Tintorera, this seasons six-pack focuses on wines filled with sunshine to warm you during the cool Melbourne winter.
2019 Antonio Pinot Grigio
A crisp, refreshing Pinot Grigio with grapes sourced from vineyards within the Soave and Friuli regions. Pear, melon, fresh herbs and some mid-palate texture. Stylish, certain and friendly.
2019 Unico 'Jade & Jasper' Fiano
Riverland, South Australia
Fiano, a Southern Italian grape, has become a speciality of the young winemaking couple from Unico Zelo. The 'Jade & Jasper' showcases what's easy to like about Fiano; white peach blossoms, honeydew and lemon. Riper orchard and stone fruits meet crisp acidity. A great alternative to Pinot Gris.
2017 Uva Non Grata Gamay
This is a Vin de France meaning there's no requirement for region or appellation. Less things to distract you from enjoying this crunchy, juicy, bright expression of Gamay. A wine for drinking not thinking.
2019 San Pietro Pinot Noir
Mornington Peninsula, Victoria
Produced by Underground winemakers in Mornington Peninsula this is a really classy Pinot Noir that has everything in the right place. Dark cherry fruit, restrained oak spice and well-judged tannin. Best enjoyed from big glasses discussing whether the Mornington Peninsula or Yarra Valley make better Pinot Noir.
2016 Le Clairon des Anges Grenache blend
Costieres de Nimes, Southern Rhone, France
Grenache blends are what you should drink when you're not sure what you should drink. This captures some of the red fruits and perfume of Pinot Noir with some of the darker fruits and tannin of Shiraz. Hedge your bets and enjoy this with any roasted meats.
2017 Atalaya Laya' Garnacha Tintorera and Monastrell
Garnacha Tintorera - not to be confused with Garnacha (Grenache) - is one of the few red grapes that has dark flesh resulting in wines of deep, dark colour. A celebration of plush, dense darker fruits with some spice and earth. Drink with anything braised or slow-roasted.