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"These are seriously good wines, sold in six or 12 bottle cases at below retail prices." - Sue Green (Epicure Magazine - The Age)
Currently 70% of Goodwill Wine's profits are going to Animals Asia. Funds Raised: $1,596.00
Goodwill Xmas MixAll of these wines will be sure to impress and I'm including a $40 Method Traditional Sparkling in this mix for the next week only. A six pack includes.. 1 x Sparkling Pinot Chardonnay 2010 (Mornington Peninsula) 1 x Sauvignon Blanc 2014 (Coonawarra) 1 x Chardonnay (Yarra Valley) 1 x Shiraz (Coonawarra) 1 x Cabernet Sauvignon (Coonawarra) 1 x Merlot (Coonawarra) A 12 bottle case contains 2 of each variety. No animal products were used in the making of this wine.
Sparkling Pinot Chard BrutNose: Delicate aromas of fresh young strawberries, lively green apples, honey and melons emerge from incredibly fine beads. Palate: Honeydew and peaches sing in this beautifully crafted wine. This is a classic, beautifully balanced wine with complex flavours and a long finish of freshly fine-tuned acid. Extremely fine and persistent bubbles add to a creamy lingering mouthfeel. Notes: Six years ageing on lees has given this superb wine great depth and complexity. A combination of excellent fruit and winemaking has produced a top shelf wine. This sparkling will stand up to any $50 bottle brought to the table, making for the perfect celebratory drink. At $26 a bottle this wine may seem expensive for a 'charity wine', but I promise you will lament every bottle as it reaches it's end and marvel at how you got a wine this good for so little money. If you appreciate a quality sparkling wine then you really must try this one. This is a serious Australian sparkling wine which can be enjoyed now or cellared for 3 - 5 years to enhance it's already complex flavours. At $26 a bottle I feel it represents exceptional value. Mornington Peninsula 12% Alc/Vol 7.2 standard drinks Pres. 220 added 750ml No animal products were used in the making of this wine.
Sparkling RoseNose: Fresh young strawberries, peaches and the bready aromas associated with a quality, method traditional champagne. Palate: Full-fruited and deeply flavoured, this textured wine opens up with a mouthful of strawberries, peaches and cream before tapering off to a dry, savoury finish. Fine bubbles compliment the creamy mouthfeel while a long line of acid balances any residual sweetness, demanding a second sip. Notes: Perfect for a summers day, this beautifully balanced wine keeps you coming back for more. Offering an enormous amount of interest, this is a 'must have' for the Christmas table. No-one will be disappointed. Mornington Peninsula 13.5% Alc/Vol 8 standard drinks Pres. 220 added 750ml No animal products were used in the making of this wine.
Sauvignon Blanc 2014Nose: Classic sauv blanc notes of grass, green bean, passionfruit and pineapple along with herbaceous aroma's of lantana. Palate: Crisp, dry fruit upfront with a grassy, green character. Fairly full on the palate with decent length and soft but supple acid. This is a lovely example of the variety and would pair well with salads, asparagus and barbecued vegetables. Notes: This cool climate Sauvignon Blanc has benefited from a very slow ripening window at the very end of the season, allowing intense citrus/tropical fruit characters to develop.
Sauvignon Blanc 2013Nose: A mix of subtle white florals, some gooseberry and grapefruit blossom. Classic Sauvignon Blanc with hints of freshly cut grass, followed by traces of smokey barrel fermentation and some struck match. Palate: Mirroring the nose, the palate is long and elegant, with refined fruit, flint and linear acid. Above all else, this wine is about texture. There is a delicacy to this wine, and it delivers in a way reminiscent of the French Sancere styles, which is echoed by the lower alcohol. It has crisp, dry acidity and minimal residual sugar. The small portion that was barrel aged gives the wine finesse and complexity. A perfect wine to match with fine elegant food. Methods: Wild Yeast fermentation, with whole-bunch pressing. A mixture of older oak to give mouthfeel and complexity, and tank fermentation for freshness. Fruit was handpicked in the morning and immediately whole bunch pressed. No enzymes were used, instead the juice was allowed to settle naturally. After 4 days the fruit was transferred to a combination of tank (65%) and older oak (35%) to generate mouth feel and give complexity. After three months on lees the wines were blended, cold stabalised, fined and filtered. Vintage: 2013 was near perfect conditions for growing and ripening Sauvignon Blanc in the Yarra Valley. The picking window was small, with flavours going from cut grass to tropical fruits in a matter of days. Constant monitoring enabled picking to be carried out at the herbaceous stage. The grapes came into the winery in perfect condition with no signs of disease and full of flavour. This Sauvignon Blanc was dry grown with the fruit hand pruned, shoot thinned, leaf plucked on the morning side and there was no need for bunch thinning. Crop level was 2.25 tonnes per acre. This wine is best enjoyed whilst young and vibrant, however it will drink well for up to four years. Single Vineyard - Healesville 12% Alc/Vol 7.7 standard drinks Pres. 220 added 750ml No animal products were used in the making of this wine.
Chardonnay 2015Nose: This is a classic Yarra Valley Chardonnay exhibiting aromas of peach, nectarine and minerals along with some complex barrel characters. Palate: This wine displays a lovely balance between minerals and delicate fruit sweetness with hints of ginger and spice. A nice line of acid and some creaminess coming from time on wood provides length without overdominance. This is an extremely easy drinking style guaranteed to suit even the fussiest of palates. Method: All fruit is hand-picked in the morning and refrigerated overnight. The following morning the grapes were whole-bunch pressed. No enzymes were used, instead the juice was allowed to settle naturally. Fermentation was allowed to start naturally on full solids with no acid addition. After a select period of time, the juice was inoculated with with cultured yeast and then transferred to a combination of wood and tank for fermentation. The wine is aged in only old oak, with no new oak in the blend. The wine was then left on lees for approximately 3 months, with no battonage. Just prior to bottling the wine was cold stabalised, fined and filtered. Notes: This is a wine that will suit many foods, occasions and palates. It is a great all-rounder made by Franco D'Anna and represents exceptional value at $15. Single Vineyard - Healesville 13% Alc/Vol 8 standard drinks Pres. 220 added 750ml No animal products were used in the making of this wine.
Riesling 2015Nose: Citrus blossom and passionfruit along with delicate perfume aromas. Palate: Bursting with lime, green apples and notes of white flowers, this wine finishes with a long, clean, dry, mineral finish balancing out any fruit sweetness. Notes: This Riesling shows the typical citrus and perfume aromas and wonderful length of flavour typical to this region and will cellar for the next 10 years. Single Vineyard - Limestone Coast 12.5% Alc/vol 7 standard drinks Pres. 220 added No animal products were used in the making of this wine.
Cabernet Sauvignon 2012Nose: Blackberry, blackcurrant, french oak, licorice, mint and vanilla. Everything you would expect from a top quality Cabernet. Palate: Juicy dark blackberries and currants combine with rich tannins and long, linear acid to produce a soft, velvety palate of extraordinary elegance and superb length. Method: Handpicked Estate fruit from 30 year old vines, placed on French oak for 18months. No animal products were used for fining. Notes: Four years ago I was fortunate to be able to sell 10 cases of a Ladbroke Grove 2002 Cabernet. That cabernet was heralded as one of, if not the best examples of the variety to come out of Australia. It was subsequently placed in the London Wine Hall of fame. In my opinion this Bendigo cabernet is better. It is simply that good and for a bottle that will only get better over the next 15 years, at $17 is probably the best value wine I have sold to date. Bendigo 14.5% Alc/vol 8.6 standard drinks Preservative (220) added 750ml No animal products were used in the making of this wine.
Pinot Noir 2013Nose: Rich dark berry fruits with hints of earthiness - brambles and thickets and balanced vanillin oak. Palate: Black cherries, dark plums with fine grained tannins and a lingering spice finish. This silky smooth wine boasts juicy delicate fruit without cloying sweetness. It is a graceful wine with medium weight and nothing over done. Soft but linear acid, the palate displays consistently with the rich dark fruit on the nose with hints of beautiful barrel characters, giving this wine lovely complexity. Method: Hand-picked fruit from 3 premium vineyards. Fermented for one week using natural yeast and no addition of sulphur. Two weeks on skins post ferment then pressed (10% whole bunch) to seasoned French barriques for twelve months. No sulphur added at bottling Notes: Showing superbly upon release, this wine offers great interest and complexity and even further development over time. This Pinot comes from one of my favourite Australian Pinot producers, renowned for making wines of great longevity and will continue to develop in the bottle over the next 5 to 10 years. Single Vineyard - Ballarat 13.5% Alc/vol 8 standard drinks No animal products were used in the making of this wine.
Cabernet Sauvignon 2013Nose: Rich blueberries and blackberries show through with pretty fragrance. Undertones of classic Coonawarra 'mint' characters, along with spice and some barrel character. Palate: Mint, blackcurrant, dust, vanilla and a smattering of dry leaf matter. The balance is good and it rolls along the tongue without any hiccups. The juicy fruit gathers good momentum, before fine-but-assertive tannin confidently takes control on a finish of medium length. Method: Fermented for 10 days on skins, this wine was matured on American oak for 12 months. Minimal filtration was used. Notes: This is an attractive, medium-bodied wine consistent with what one would expect from the rich red earth of Australia's premier Cabernet region. It is a light yet insistent wine, which will mature well for the next 3 - 5 years. Firm value at $14.50. 13.5% Alc/Vol 8.0 standard drinks Pres. 220 added 750ml No animal products where used in the making of this wine.
Merlot 2010Nose: Plum and chocolate with quality nutty vanilla oak, a touch of olive and mint, along with cedar bottle age character peeping through. Palate: The fruit sweetness is balanced with mouth-watering acid and smooth, medium-bodied tannins to finish. Juicy but refined, this Merlot delivers subtleties and nuances across the entire palate. Method: Upper Yarra single vineyard, hand-picked fruit, aged in French and American oak for 18 months. Minimal filtration was used. Notes: This is the best Merlot I have ever been lucky enough to stock (and I've stocked 92 point Merlots in the past) If you have ever described this variety as underwhelming, I guarantee this wine will change your mind. Single Vineyard - Upper Yarra Valley 13.5% Alc/vol 8.3 standard drinks Preservative (220) added 750ml No animal products were used in the making of this wine.
Merlot 2013Nose: Brooding aromas of blood plum and dark spices, with some raspberry, violets and subtle vanillin oak. Palate: Juicy and moreish, with some succulent acid. Raspberries, blackberries and fleshy blood plum flavours with some peppery spice on a long finish. Smooth, integrated tannins with hints of charred, vanillin oak help this wine deliver in a big way that still carries the agreeable seamlessness expected of Merlot. Decant for at least 15 mins, ideally 30 mins. This wine definitely benefits from some breathing time, opening up the bouquet and harmonising the palate. Method: Fruit sourced from a single vineyard. The wine was matured in a mix of 2nd use French barriques (225 litre) and hogsheads (300 litre) oak barrels for 22 months prior to bottling. Notes: I can't honestly say I have been a fan of many Merlots, finding a majority of them a little underwhelming. Often dubbed "the wine with a hole in it", Merlot often lacks presence on the middle palate, and as such can be an unrewarding quaff. It is most often used to blend in wines that need some taming. This Merlot made us really take notice of just what this varietal can offer, and still has the smooth tannin and long finish that makes Merlot such an easy drink. This wine is an excellent example of the varietal, and is versatile enough to accompany many dishes. This wine will further develop with careful cellaring over 2-5 years, or is ready to drink now. Single Vineyard - Central Coonawarra 13.5% Alc/vol 8.0 Standard drinks Pres. 220 added No animal products were used in the making of this wine.
Shiraz 2012Nose: An extraordinary nose revealing subtle nuances of dark cherries, candied rhubarb and roses along with undertones of vanilla and lovely barrel character. Palate: Beautiful mouth feel. Smooth dark cherry, chocolate and vanilla perfectly balanced with medium tannins and great acidity. A wine of considerable length and more than considerable interest. Method: Hand-picked fruit, aged in French and American oak for 18 months. Minimal filtration was used. Notes: This is a big wine akin to what we would expect from a Mclaren Vale Shiraz. Perfectly balanced tannins and acid demand another sip. At $17 a bottle this wine is seriously good value. Bendigo 14.5% Alc/Vol 8.6 standard drinks Pres. 220 added 750ml No animal products were used in the making of this wine.
Shiraz 2013Nose: Red and black cherries. Rich Black Forest flavours with some stalky complexity. Spice and notes of white pepper behind subtle French oak. Palate: Cherries, cranberries, white pepper and some stalk up front. The fruit sweetness is balanced with mouth-watering acid and smooth, medium-bodied tannins to finish. Juicy but refined, this Shiraz is extremely moorish. Stock up because you will definitely be hoping you have a second bottle to follow it. Notes: This is a young Shiraz from one of my favourite vineyards in Coonawarra. The winemaker has supplied to Goodwill Wine in the past and his wines have always received wonderful feedback from my customers. At $15 a bottle this one is no different and will continue to improve if cellared for up to ten years. Coonawarra 14% Alc/Vol 8.2 standard drinks Pres. 220 added 750ml No animal products were used in the making of this wine.
Vegan Mixed CaseBelow is a list of the vegan wine we currently have on offer in our vegan mixed case. Should you wish to see the details on each of these wines, simply click on the individual bottles that we have for sale on this page. 6 Bottle Case Contains.. Sauvignon Blanc 2013 (Coonawarra) x 1 Riesling (Eden Valley) x 1 Chardonnay 2012 (Yarra Valley) x 1 Shiraz 2013 (Coonawarra) x 1 Cabernet Sauvignon 2012 (Bendigo) x 1 Merlot 2013 (Coonawarra) x 1 2 of each white variety is supplied in a 12 bottle case.
Mixed Red (vegan)Below is a list of the wine we currently have on offer in our mixed red case. Should you wish to see the details on each of these wines, simply click on the individual bottles that we have for sale on this page. 6 Bottle Case Contains.. Cabernet Sauvignon 2012 (Bendigo) x 1 Shiraz 2013 (Coonawarra) x 1 Shiraz 2012 (Bendigo) x 1 Merlot 2013 (Coonawarra) x 1 Merlot 2010 (Yarra Valley) x 1 Syrah 2014 (Yarra Valley) x 1
Mixed White (vegan)Below is a list of the wine we currently have on offer in our mixed white case. Should you wish to see the details on each of these wines, simply click on the individual bottles that we have for sale on this page. 6 Bottle Case Contains.. Sauvignon Blanc 2014 (Coonawarra) x 2 Sauvignon Blanc 2013 (Yarra Valley) x 1 Chardonnay 2015 (Yarra Valley) x 2 Riesling 2015 (Eden valley) x 1 Please note that a 12 bottle case will contain 3 of each variety.
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