Often referred to as Australia’s unique gift to the world of wine, Semillon is definitely the signature variety of the Hunter Valley.
Historically, most Hunter Semillon was bottle aged before release. A contemporary approach to winemaking has resulted in some interesting ‘textural’ complexities in these wines, making them more attractive and approachable in their youth.
An unwooded style, young Hunter Semillon displays fresh, vibrant lemon/lime characters with amazing purity and length. Think summer, sunshine, freshly shucked oysters/bucket of prawns, sashimi... Yes, you get the picture.
The very best Hunter Semillons undergo an amazing transformation into a gloriously toasty, complex wine, maintaining freshness and vibrancy with 5-10+ years bottle age. No question, these wines are world class...
A blend of Hunter Valley Semillon (58%) and Adelaide Hills Sauvignon Blanc (42%). Tropical fruit, perfumed floral characters & a squeeze of lime.
Distinctive vineyard characters working in Synergy create attractive tropical fruit flavours enhanced by a delicate lime and lemon core. Drink now.
Hunter Valley Semillon meets ‘off-dry’ Germanic Riesling. Cool, refreshing citrus fruit with a touch of sweetness, finishing crisp and clean.
Earlier ripening fruit from Broke Fordwich provides a generous style with distinctive tropical fruit aromatics. Great for current drinking.
A contemporary, slightly riper style with a gentle line of acidity, subtle grassy fruit and grapefruit citrus. Drink now or cellar 4-6 years.
Freshness & pure bright citrus. A Semillon built for satisfying thirst and curiosity now but will reward with time in the Cellar.
With an enviable reputation for being one of the finest examples of Hunter Valley Semillon; delicate lemongrass and lime fruit with a zesty acidity.