Rising Gamay 2017
Another beautiful wine that is testament skill and experience of the team behind Rising. Long & slow processing drive lashings of fresh red berries, baked rhubarb sweet/acid balance and lively spice. Medium-bodied, rounded with a finish that is present but not clinging. Equally drinkable on its own as paired with a meaty charcuterie. If you’re in search of something more expressive than the saftey of Pinot Noir this is a top pick.
Little Aussie Gamay that can easily keep up with the big boys of Beaujolais
Four Pillars Christmas Gin 2018
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