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Sparkling Whites

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  • Jacobs Creek Pinot Chardonnay  Sparkling

    Jacobs Creek Pinot Chardonnay Sparkling

    Jacob's Creek Chardonnay Pinot Noir consistently out shines the more expensive opposition for freshness and vibrancy. The citrus and toasted cashew flavours of Chardonnay are married beautifully to the fresh bread crust characters of Pinot Noir.

  • Jansz Brut Cuvee Non Vintage

    Jansz Brut Cuvee Non Vintage

    The Jansz Tasmania Non Vintage Premium Cuvee is pale gold in colour, with persistent fine mousse. A lifted nose displaying honeysuckle and citrus notes from Tasmanian Chardonnay. The tirage age contributes aromas of nougat and roasted nuts, whilst Pinot Noir fruit shows delicate strawberry. The palate is well balanced with delicate fruit flavours, creaminess from the fine bead mousse and fresh acid. The wine finishes dry and light with lingering flavours of citrus and nougat.

  • Jean Pierre Brut Sparkling

    Jean Pierre Brut Sparkling

    The fine bubbles provide a creamy texture, while the delicate acidity balances the fresh fruit.


  • Jean Pierre Classique

    Jean Pierre Classique

    Lively fresh flavours with just a touch of residual sweet fruit. A fine persistent bead, the finish on the palate is crisp and clean.

  • La Boheme Cuvee

    La Boheme Cuvee

    La Bohème Cuvée Blanc is pale in colour. It has citrus, hazelnuts, brioche, complex and lifted aromas. Finesse and complexity on the palate, lively with good weight and balance.

  • Lisa Mcguigan Limited Edition Black Moscato

    Lisa Mcguigan Limited Edition Black Moscato

    This moscato has a salmon colour that has an aroma of rose petal, the pink colour comes from the wine spending a short time on Pinot Noir skins. On the palate turkish delight and sweet. Mainly a muscat grape variety. 

  • Petersons Sparklng Chardonnay Pinot

    Petersons Sparklng Chardonnay Pinot

    Fresh citrus and berry fruit aromas abound but meld with some lovely softer yeast autolysis characters. Hints of fresh baked bread and roasted nuts from the ageing on yeast lees provide a great contrast.  This shows great balance between the creamy mouth feel of the yeast characters and the crisp citrus character from the natural fruit acidity. The sugar dosage highlights the classic sparkling wine varietal characters, citrus from the Chardonnay and berries of Pinot Noir. 

    Whilst still full flavoured, the wine is fresh and has abundant acidity for a long clean finish.  Light to medium intensity – great with seafood and white meat dishes.


  • Purple Reign Sparkling Wine

    Purple Reign Sparkling Wine

    Purple Reign Premium Brut NV is a unique blend of white grape varietals sourced from some of Australia's finest growing regions and lightly spritzed to give a fresh dry style. This elegant wine is infused with natural botanicals to minimise the use of sulphites in the wine making process and to create a unique new colour and vibrancy. This lush bubbly is perfect for all occasions. Enjoy chilled.

  • Raw Vine Organic Sparkling Blanc De Blanc

    Raw Vine Organic Sparkling Blanc De Blanc

    Organic,preservative free,vegan friendly
  • Rococo Sparkling

    Rococo Sparkling

    Showing subtle biscuit-like aromas with citrus and white pear characters. Soft creamy textured palate with length and drinkability.

  • Rosnay Garage No 11 Petillant Natural

    Rosnay Garage No 11 Petillant Natural

    Not champagne, not prosecco, not cider, but with elements of each, this wine is bottle fermented without the addition of sugar, by bottling the wine during primary fermentation.

    Nerve-racking, this method means picking the perfect time to bottle, aiming at about 15 grams per litre of natural grape sugars, at bottling.

    The fruit was 100% home grown, organic chardonnay, picked crisp and green, immediately pressed and hyperoxidised with active solids maceration in steel tank, prior to racking and inoculation with a house yeast provided by the skin contact chardonnay which was already 3 days into ferment by this stage.

    Once fermentation kicked off the ferment was chilled to keep it as long, slow and controlled as possible, not killing the yeast but aiming to have as much of it settle in the bottom of the tank as possible before bottling into sparkling wine bottles directly from the fermentation tank.

    The wine continued to ferment in the bottle and was left “on lees” (dead yeast) for 3 months, before the bottles we “riddled” to get the lees to settle into the top of the bottle. Another 2 months, and the wine was “disgorged” (removing the lees) and labeled.

    We are very pleased with this wine – it is vibrant, fruity, spritzy, and low alcohol.

    No sulfites, added yeast, fining agents or any other additives were used from harvest to the finished product.

  • Steeplejack Sparkling

    Steeplejack Sparkling

    Raspberry, cherry and peach flavours on the creamy palate — a tinge of pink —and a crisp, dry finish.