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2019 Black Label Blanc de Blanc

Made with delicate fruit sourced from the Yea Valley, 30 minutes north of the Yarra; the coolness of this area ensures freshness and acidity. This sparkling wine made from 100% chardonnay grapes heroes citrus and stone fruit, with soft brioche notes and a creamy mouthfeel.

A stunning aperitif before a meal, to pair with canapés, cheese of all varieties or fresh oysters.

2019 White Label Pinot Gris

What started as a mishap has become our signature style. Years ago, our Pinot Gris spent some unplanned time on skins, resulting in a beautiful colour, and a richer texture. We still follow this technique (with a little more precision!) today, making our iconic blush Pinot Gris. A sure favourite, this wine suits all palates and is great with or without food.

Enjoy with white meats and seafood, particularly in meals that include a fruit element such as citrus, peaches or apricots.

2018 White Label Chardonnay

Impeccable balance of oak and fruit makes this chardonnay a cracker with or without food. Fruit from cooler sites in the Yarra produce the firm acid line, holding structure on the palate. Notes of apple and melon layer the creamy texture, melting into a lingering mineral finish.

Drink with fine rich fish such as turbot, roast chicken, mushrooms, pumpkin ravioli, cheddar + brie cheese.

2018 Black Label Pinot Blanc

A delicate wine with complexity and fruit restraint. Although round in body, it’s crisp and refreshing, boasting notes of apple, white peach and nectarine. Enjoy with lighter foods, or preferably on a lounge outside in the sun!

Pair with subtle flavoured-foods; light fish, salads and vegetable dishes.

2018 Black Label Arneis

Italian for little rascal, and rightly so, this grape which originates in the Piedmont region is tough to grow but worth the reward. Lean, crisp and mineral with almond notes, this wine is an industry favourite and a cracker for food pairing.

Great with light canapes, seafood, or a crisp salad. Alternatively, use the refreshing nature to crunch through creamier dishes such as carbonara or a creamy cheese.

2016 Black Label Savagnin

Not to be confused with Sauvignon Blanc, the round and generous Savagnin has a long history and is most famously produced in eastern France. Chardonnay drinkers will appreciate the weight, body and tight acidity, while those partial to an aged white wine will enjoy the tertiary characters emerging in the 2016 vintage.

Pair with butternut squash and foods that are caramelized from roasting or grilling, like crisp-skinned roast chicken or pork.

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