South Australian Australian Wine
Rip-snorting South Australian Rosé, made for lunch with the mates
This full-flavoured, rich, zesty Rosé is made for good times with good friends – and it will match just about any food it meets.
Focussed, fragrant Shiraz with a fine score of 94
“Sourced from a vineyard planted in ’65 and matured in 30% new French. Nice to see wines like this, a focus on fragrance and softness rather than heft. Respect for mature vines. Bright red and blue fruit, lively acidity giving great length and refreshment... 94pts” (Halliday).
“Bleasdale is the master of Malbec in Australia...” (Halliday) 95pts!
The Bleasdale philosophy is to capture the essence of what makes Langhorne Creek red wines so attractive – vibrancy, harmony and texture. The Generations Malbec reiterates Halliday’s assertion that “Bleasdale is the master of Malbec in Australia”. A sentiment reinforced in two Gold wins.
Classic Verdelho with pineapple and citrus tones
Enjoying this fresh, vibrant Verdelho is as easy as riding a bike! Enjoyment factor 10 is awaiting your palate - chill and enjoy!
Five-year-old star Shiraz - Coonawarra through and through!
This superb Shiraz is now five years old, and drinking beautifully now. It comes from the Redman family estate in the heart of Coonawarra, and is made using fruit from old Shiraz vineyards planted well over 40 years ago in the region’s famous terra rossa soils.
Mouthfilling McLaren Vale at its most delicious, from a top estate!
A deliciously smooth and silky GSM fron the great Richard Hamilton estate. Fruit comes from the Hamilton family’s Farm Block, while the individual varieties, Grenache, Shiraz and Mourvèdre were fermented separately and aged in seasoned oak to retain fruit dominance.
Sub-regional blend of McLaren Flat, Willunga and Blewitt Springs make for an outstanding Cab!
The principle behind our first cut wines revolves around the winemaking term ‘first cut’ in which during the pressing cycle the softer free run juice/wine is separated from the second cut or pressings. This principle flows through to the style of First Cut wines, producing wines with great drinkability.