The New England region offers some very elegant and well balanced Chardonnays with excellent varietal definition. These wines display generous aromas of stone fruit, citrus and tropical fruit. The careful use of oak allows integration with the fruit.
Fragrant floral characters, exotic and citrus fruit round out the aromatics of these lively wines. The rich fruit flavours and balanced acidity are hallmarks of the Rieslings from the region.
In recent years alternative varieties have grabbed a solid share of the spotlight on this emerging Australian wine region. Varieties like Gewurztraminer, Tempranillo and Nebbiolo are showing tremendous promise in the hands of the region's talented winemakers.
The delicate aromas of plum, red berries and white pepper are frequently found in the Shiraz from the region. Soft, velvety tannin structures enhance the mouth-feel and roundness on the palate.