Barossa Valley – Third Time Around
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Barossa Valley – Third Time Around

£150.00

12 in stock

A third selection of UK exclusive wines from three small independent growers in the Barossa Valley, Australia.

Izway, ‘Mates’ Aglianico 2020: More commonly seen in southern Italy, this drought-resistant grape seems well suited to Barossa. Unoaked and vibrantly purple in the glass, with distinctive flavours of liquorice, bitter herbs, orange rind and Campari. From the only off-grid winery in the valley. (14% – not organic)

Hayes, Adelaide Hills Blanc de Noirs 2019: Only 1000 bottles made of this high quality Champagne method sparkling. Made from Pinot Noir sourced from the old Partalunga vineyard in Adelaide Hills, this is rich and lush style – think caramelised red apple and brioche. (12.5% – not organic)

Hayes, Grenache / Shiraz /Mataro Field Blend 2019: A co-fermented field blend of Barossa’s big three red varieties. Just 900 (numbered) bottles made. An aromatic delight – fruity, floral, spicy and savoury. Juicy, structured and soft. (14.5%)

Smallfry, Joven 2020: Tempranillo and Grenache dominated blend, inspired by the young and juicy wines of Spain. Tangy morello cherry and plum fruit, underpinned by a meaty bass note. (12.8%)

Smallfry, Tangerine Dream 2021: Unfiltered, dry, natural orange blend, made chiefly from Semillon and old vine Pedro Ximénez. Apricot, pink grapefruit, black pepper. (11.5%)

Smallfry, Stella Luna 2020: Clever blend – structure and depth from Shiraz, freshness from Cinsault. Violets, raspberry and blackcurrant; enticingly drinkable. (12%)