Aiming for minimal intervention in the winery, picking times are based on optimum ripeness and sugar levels in the fruit for the different styles. Often with a deep colour, our Pinot exhibits a good balance of red and black fruits with cherries and plums. We release it having already aged 3 or 4 years, so it is an older pinot than most, and as such has developed lengthy lines of acid and tannins and gives the wine a lovely long finish. Riesling and sauvignon blanc also make up significant plantings. A growing reputation for aromatic whites means pinot gris and gewürztraminer are varieties to watch. The East Coast has more to it than the Bay of Fires and Wineglass Bay (although don’t skip those). From Launceston, head to chilled St Helens and point buy Tasmania Pinot Noir the wheel south for a drive that’s all white-sand beaches, native forests and rolling landscapes. Stop by Overtime cellar door in Bicheno to buy pinot noirs at Burgundy standards from Apsley Gorge Vineyard. Head inland to Freycinet Vineyard – the east coast’s first commercial winery and still the OG of the region.
Our whisky accessories are essential for every beginner or connoisseur of whisky. These items are a great way to develop your palate and nose for whisky tasting, you will also be the envy of your friends. Choose from chocolate made to match whisky, flavour enhancing glassware, Christmas decorations and speciality items brought to you from Scotland. Purchase great brands like Denver & Liely Glassware, Glencairn Glassware, Brix Chocolate, Jim Murray’s Whisky Bible and traditionally made Scottish Hand Made Wooden Quaichs. Owners Rosemary and Terry briefed architect Brian Wyatt that simplicity was the priority and that the building had to blend in with the vineyard. The winery is located in the picturesque rolling hills that surround Sleeping Beauty and Mount Wellington mountain ranges. The distillery sits at 800 metres which makes it the highest distillery in Japan. Better known as Mars distillery, it opened in 1985 using stills made for a mothballed distillery called Yamananashi. The distillery then closed in 1992 and the reopened again in 2011. It is now newly renovated and looking very modern and clean.
We craft delicious, small-parcel, cool-climate Tasmanian wines in the Tamar Valley. The staff was too supportive, helped to select the best Wines and gives detailed information on each wine brand. Great friendly staff always available for considered suggestions. Togouchi Japanese WhiskyBuy Togouchi Whisky Online We have a selection of Japanese Whisky produced at the Chugoku Jozo Distillery under the brand name Togouchi. This whisky is rare to find and is very sought after with collectors of Japanese whisky. You can now buy Togouchi Japanese Whisky online at The Whisky Company. They also have a huge dam that serves as a duck pond . The boutique, family-owned and operated vineyard was established in 1997. Puddleduck produces premium Tasmanian wines from grapes grown at a single site vineyard, then processed within an hour of picking. A bargain buy for the Pinot Noir fan and the perfect introduction to the cool climate wines of Tasmania. Try to find sparkling wines from Australia's Tasmania Island. Maybe even astonished at the degree of refinement and sheer—dare I say it?
The tasting of the 20 odd barrels is not just to have an entertaining morning. If one of the barrels is not deemed to add significantly to the final blend it will be left out and bottled separately. This ensures that the final blend for each vintage is the best wine we can produce. The most herbal expression from Jane Eyre’s cuvees, there is a core of bright red fruit wrapped in dried thyme, sage and mint with a smidge of sandy tannin. Give it a good swirl in the glass to let the fruit shine through. This blend of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay shows bright, lively aromatics of nougat, apple and pear on the nose whilst the palate shows delicious creaminess from lees maturation. It is delicate while at the same time bursting with flavour. WINEMAKERS NOTES This blend of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay shows bright, lively aromatics of nougat, apple and pear on the nose whilst the palate displays a delicious creaminess derived from lees maturation. It is delicate whilst at the same time bursting with flavour. This gives us 18 different wines that we taste individually and blend into our final wine. To supply alcohol to a person under the age of 18 years (penalty exceeds $8,000). From Tasmania's Tamar Valley, The Wizard offers a nose of deep red cherry fruit, notes of caramel, a meaty touch and a dab of quality oak. It's silky and seamless in the mouth, fairly light but deliciously succulent, with a lingering finish supported by fine, drying tannins.
Velo is a combination of their passion for great wine, food and art. The small family operated vineyard is an example of how old and new worlds meld. While retaining traditional methods of harvesting and winemaking, their contemporary image reflects the fun, energy, passion and lifestyle in which they immerse themselves. Lost Farm Tasmania Pinot Noir is fresh, bright and vibrant, showing lifted cherries, strawberry, with spice and briary notes.