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Tapanappa Whalebone Vineyard 2017 Cabernet Franc Merlot

Vintage Notes

2017 was one of the latest vintages on record despite being warm at 1585C days versus the average of 1487C days. The Merlot was harvested on the 9th of April and the Cabernet Franc on the 18th of …

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Tapanappa Whalebone Vineyard 2017 Cabernet Shiraz

Vintage Notes

2017 was one of the latest vintages on record despite being warm at 1585C days versus the average of 1487C days. The Cabernet Sauvignon was harvested on the 18th of April and the Shiraz on the 19th of …

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Tapanappa Piccadilly Valley 2020 Chardonnay

Vintage Notes

A cool start to the Autumn, slowed an even budburst in the Piccadilly Valley in early September.

A cold November interfered with the flowering and fruit set process diminishing an already small crop. Then followed two very hot …

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Tapanappa Tiers Vineyard 2020 Chardonnay

Vintage Notes

A cool start to the Autumn, slowed an even budburst in the Tiers Vineyard in early September. Then on September the 17th an early morning frost destroyed 90% of the just emerged primary shoots. The frost was early …

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Tapanappa Tiers Vineyard 1.5m 2020 Chardonnay

Vintage Notes

A cool start to the Autumn, slowed an even budburst in the Tiers Vineyard in early September. Then on September the 17th an early morning frost destroyed 90% of the just emerged primary shoots. The frost was early …

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Tiers Vineyard 1.5M Chardonnay 2019 – 92 points Silver

Tiers Vineyard replanted in 2003 to clones 76 and 95 at 1.5m row spacing. Close planting produces earlier ripening and fuller flavours, yielding a generous style in this warm year. Pristine white peach fruit glimpses at mandarin exotics, underscored by …

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Tiers Vineyard Chardonnay 2019 – 93 points Silver

450m elevation; planted 1979, the first vineyard in the modern Adelaide Hills. Celebrating the 40th anniversary of its planting, this fabled site experienced a much warmer vintage than average in 2019. Classic fig and white peach notes have edged toward …

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94 points Silver | Tyson Stelzer – 2019 Foggy Hill Vineyard Definitus Pinot Noir

Characterful and energetic, this is probably the most distinctive pinot that Brian Croser has drawn from his Foggy Hill Vineyard yet. The best clones in the best part of the site unite in a savoury style, filled with beetroot, Moroccan …

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Whalebone Vineyard Merlot Cabernet Franc 2017 – 94 points Silver

Signature Wrattonbully, from menthol-tinted aromatics and cassis-defined palate to fine-grained, powdery, chalk-dusted tannins. A cool season heightens tang, freshness, endurance and beauty. Everything works together confidently for a future as long as the cork holds out. …

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95 points Gold | Halliday Wine Companion 2022 – 2017 Whalebone Vineyard Cabernet Shiraz

A cooler season works its magic, lifting the violet perfume of cabernet, the black pepper of shiraz, the bright tang of acidity and the fine-ground energy of enduring, chalk-bound tannins. Regional menthol assumes its rightful place. Medium-bodied effortlessness is refreshing. …

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96 points Gold “Top Rated” | Halliday Wine Companion 2022 – 2019 Foggy Hill Vineyard Pinot Noir

15% of the fruit was placed at the bottom of the fermenting tubs, progressively crushed. Each block was pressed separately, and clonally, then settled and matured on full lees in one-third new barriques for 10 months. A darker note of …

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95 points | Huon Hooke – 2020 Tapanappa Tiers Vineyard 1.5M Chardonnay

Light yellow colour. The nose is reductive, smoky matchstick, a kiss of oak too, in balance. Small flowers, quite lovely fruit-driven aromas. The palate is soft and round and refined, tapering a bit towards the back. The acid is a trifle firm, …

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98/100 | Ray Jordan – 2020 Tiers Vineyard Chardonnay

If you cast your mind back to the very beginning of Covid last year you might think the Four Horseman of the Apocalypse got a head start when fires ravaged many vineyards in the Eastern States. But their work was …

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The New Normal: Winemaking in the COVID environment

Describing himself humbly as a ‘single vineyard vigneron’, others in the wine trade might call Tapanappa’s Brian Croser ‘a vine and wine visionary’ or ‘innovator’. In a career that has spanned more than 50 years he has arguably done more …

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SALA Exhibition 2021

SALA Exhibition 2021

Patterns in the Landscape

An exhibition in response to the elements, forms, textures and colours within the landscape.

9 – 31 Aug
Mon – Sun 11am – 4pm

Tapanappa Wines
15 Spring Gully Road, Piccadilly
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Whalebone Vineyard

The Whalebone Vineyard

Planted to the Cabernet varieties in Wrattonbully in 1974, the Whalebone Vineyard was named because of the discovery of a 35 million year old whale skeleton in a limestone cave beneath the vineyard

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Foggy Hill Vineyard

Foggy Hill Vineyard​

Planted with Pinot Noir on the Fleurieu Peninsula in 2003, the Foggy Hill Vineyard is on a northwest facing slope at 300 to 350 metres (ASL) at Parawa, the highest point of the Fleurieu Peninsula half way

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Tiers Vineyard

The Tiers Vineyard

Planted with Chardonnay in the Piccadilly Valley in 1979, The Tiers Vineyard is in every way a “distinguished site”. It is the first vineyard planted in the Adelaide Hills thus pioneering the true cool climate wine industry

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Brian’s Musings

Brian's Musings

Tapanappa News & Articles

2018 Vintage Report – Another hot one

Author: Brian Croser
Source: Tapanappa
Date: May 2018

I am over above average temperature vintages.

One of the great paradoxes of winemaking is that to make the

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Tiers Has A Hip Replacement

The Tiers Vineyard Old Block in the Piccadilly Valley is 41 years old, planted in 1980.

The oldest planting at The Tiers was planted the year before in 1979 and was pulled out in 2003 to make way for the …

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94/100 | Andrew Graham – 2018 Tapanappa Foggy Hill Vineyard DEFINITUS Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir doesn’t need to taste like Burgundy to be good. This Tapanappa Definitus Pinot Noir 2018 is the example of this.

It’s a Pinot of rippling power. Of tannins and conviction. A Bordeaux drinkers Pinot Noir, if you’re still …

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2018 Tapanappa Piccadilly Valley Chardonnay – 97 points

If you’ve got elite fruit power, don’t be afraid to show it. This has an Olympic athlete’s body: big frame, strong muscle, yet supple. The palate gently flexes a range of flavours through the long ride – stonefruit orchard, a …

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Distinguished Terroir

Choose your own 12 wines from our curated selection every 6 or 12 months and receive 20% off RRP. Offers will include access to rare back vintage wines as well as Cellar Door and Wine Club exclusive wines.
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3 Sites Cellar Pack

Double up on the Discovery wines and receive 6 bottles delivered to your door every 3 or 6 months. You will also receive a 15% discount on all Tapanappa wine purchases online and at our Cellar Door.  
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3 Sites

Discover Tapanappa and enjoy wines personally selected by Brian Croser. 3 Wines delivered to your door every 3 months. You will also receive 15% discount on all Tapanappa wine purchases online and at our Cellar Door.
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2018 Tapanappa Piccadilly Valley Chardonnay

The Piccadilly Valley has a proud history of crafting great Australian Chardonnay, and was the original home of Petaluma. This wine shows the same combination of bright, youthful and complex fruit in an elegant style. The wine is pale golden …

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94/100 | Andrew Graham – 2017 Tapanappa Whalebone Vineyard Merlot Cabernet Franc

Brian Croser’s vision of a great Right Bank Bordeaux, realised. Or at least that’s the drift with this Tapanappa Whalebone Vineyard Merlot Cabernet Franc 2017. Sometimes this Wrattonbully red can seem too ripe and too ambitious, but it feels rather …

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Tapanappa News, Articles & Reviews

A century of South Australian climate change

Author: Brian Croser
Source:
Date: Mar 2022

Veteran of 52 vintages and the varying weather they have exhibited, Brian Croser, of Tapanappa in South Australia, wonders

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“This makes an impression” 92 Points | The Wine Front – 2020 Piccadilly Valley Chardonnay

I haven’t read the press notes on this wine but 2020 in the Adelaide Hills was an interesting time, no doubt. There’s plenty of fruit power here. And texture. And form. It feels powerful and well honed and, indeed, has a …

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“It had me hooked straight up.” 95 points | The Wine Front – 2020 The Tiers Vineyard Chardonnay

The chardonnay vines on the Tiers Vineyard in the Piccadilly Valley are all now well over 30 years old though some were planted in the late 1970s. This is an intense glide of beautiful chardonnay flavour. It had me hooked …

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2020 Tapanappa Piccadilly Valley Chardonnay

Bright ripe-peach and lemon aromas on offer here, framed in some spiced, hazelnut-like oak and nougat. The palate has quite punchy, fresh stone-fruit flavors and acidity holds the finish taut. Drink now. Screw cap. 

92 Points

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2020 Tapanappa Piccadilly Valley Chardonnay

Tough vintage, to say the least, and yet out if it you get something as beautiful as this classy chardonnay from the Piccadilly Valley. Lot of white peach and nectarine characters with a pristine purity. Crisp fine minerally acidity and …

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95 points | The Wine Front – 2020 Tapanappa Tiers Vineyard 1.5M chardonnay

A beautiful piece of wine machinery. Precision is everything here. That, and purity. Nectarine, lemon curd, flint, cream and cedar characters. It’s pure, focused and long; it’s scintillating. Drink this now and it’s spectacular but its best days remain ahead.…

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95/100 | Ray Jordan – 2020 Tapanappa Tiers Vineyard 1.5M chardonnay

This vineyard was close planted along French lines with French clones and it really does have an impact on the wine. The extended time on full lees until February 2021 had also played a part in building palate texture and …

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“A pretty impressive wine” 92+ points | Campbell Mattinson – 2019 Foggy Hill Vineyard Pinot Noir

It’s a firm, fragrant, spice-riddled pinot noir with blueberry and macerated cherry notes shot through with aromatic herb notes. In fact it’s quite earthen, almost beetroot-like, with a sweetness to the finish in the context of its dry/earthen style. This …

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94 points | Campbell Mattinson – 2018 Foggy Hill Vineyard “DEFINITUS” Pinot Noir

There are four hectares of pinot noir growing on the Foggy Hill vineyard; this is from a one-hectare strip. It’s planted at a density of 4444 vines/hectare, using clones 115 and 777, all planted on rootstock.

Firm, ripe and convincing. …

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“A lavish wine” – 2017 Whalebone Vineyard Merlot Cabernet Franc

Lots going on here. Huge perfume of ripe plum, sage, violets, pot pourri, cedar. The palate is plush, jubey, lush, soft, lots of ripe fruit, a lick of minty green herbs, some rose hip tea and a late wash of …

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“Wrattonbully the hero here” 92+ points | Mike Bennie – 2017 Whalebone Vineyard Cabernet Shiraz

Seaspray, seaweed scents, a dusting of clove, cassis, some eucalyptus too. Evocative perfume. Dark fruit flavours, more of the salty, seaweed thing to taste, some saltbush greenery too, chewy, clove-y oak laid on with late coming tannins building to a …

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“A quiet achiever, needs time or cellaring” 93 points | Stuart Robinson – 2019 Foggy Hill Vineyard Pinot Noir

Sour cherry and dark fruit profile, touch more of the savoury – almost hedgerow, stem like – than I necessarily recall. For that depth of aromatics, it carries a lightness to itself; silken in its flow across the palate and …

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“Classy Wine” 93 points | Andrew Graham – 2019 Foggy Hill Vineyard Pinot Noir

Brian Croser’s Fleurieu Peninsula Pinot has evolved quite a bit over its existence, the style reaching for more delicacy every vintage. It doesn’t always get there, but the trade-off is a wine with no shortage of power. It’s easy to …

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2018 Tapanappa Piccadilly Valley Chardonnay

Somewhat puckered peach—skin, flesh, kernel—and a sniff off that often elusive match-strike that many a Chardonnay-lover desires. There’s a wheaty, grainy edge to it also. Has a bracing, briny breeze on a beach-type thing about it, and it’s loaded with …

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2020 Tapanappa Piccadilly Valley Chardonnay

Tapanappa founder/winemaker, Brian Croser, calls the 2020 vintage “unique.” Despite COVID, bushfires and a severe frost in his beloved Tiers Vineyard in the Adelaide Hills, he uses the word in an upbeat way. Flowering and fruit set in the vines …

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94 Points | Jeni Port – 2020 Tapanappa Tiers Vineyard 1.5M chardonnay

This wine hails from the celebrated Tiers Vineyard, but there are subtle differences at play which imbues it with a different personality to the Tiers flagship wine.

• It’s younger in vine age, planted 2003.
• It’s planted to French …

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96 points | Jeni Port – 2020 Tapanappa Tiers Vineyard Chardonnay

If chardonnay is indeed making a comeback, it’s through wines like these where much of the excitement dwells. The trio of Tapanappa Adelaide Hills chardonnays are about cool climate viticulture, attention to detail and commitment to a style that is …

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2020 Tiers Vineyard 1.5M Chardonnay

“It’s young and will be even better next year” – 2020 Tiers Vineyard 1.5M Chardonnay

Light yellow colour. The nose is reductive, smoky matchstick, a kiss of oak too, in balance. Small flowers, quite lovely fruit-driven aromas. The palate is soft

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“Potential plus” 95 points | Huon Hooke – 2020 Tiers Vineyard Chardonnay


Light straw colour. Cashew nut, straw, biscuit and creamy lees aromas, restrained and fresh and delicate, but extremely intense and concentrated on the middle palate. The acidity is searing, a trifle domineering perhaps, but will easily be absorbed by any food. Long,

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South Australia 2021 – near perfect

Brian Croser reports on the 2021 vintage, which he describes as ‘perfection in a sea of uncertainty’.

In South Australia we have just completed one of the very best vintages of my 51-vintage career.

Against a background of global social …

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95 Points | Angus Hughson – 2018 Tapanappa Foggy Hill Vineyard DEFINITUS Pinot Noir

For Foggy Hill the 2018 Definitus is quite open for business at a young age, no doubt thanks to the warm and dry vintage. Bright mid cherry in colour, there is a powerful core of dark and red cherry fruits …

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Our Taste of TERROIR and Taste of TAPANAPPA experiences are available daily, and the COLLABORATIVE Tasting is avaliable Thursday to Sunday. 

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“It’s only going to get better.” 93/100 | Andrew Graham – 2019 Tapanappa Foggy Hill Vineyard Pinot Noir

Brian Croser’s Fleurieu Peninsula Pinot has evolved quite a bit over its existence, the style reaching for more delicacy every vintage.

It doesn’t always get there, but the trade-off is a wine with no shortage of power. It’s easy to …

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Long, long persistence | 95 Points | Huon Hooke| 2017 Tapanappa Tiers Vineyard Chardonnay

Light straw colour. Cashew nut, straw, biscuit and creamy lees aromas, restrained and fresh and delicate, but extremely intense and concentrated on the middle palate. The acidity is searing, a trifle domineering perhaps, but will easily be absorbed by any food. Long, …

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“South Australia’s top-scoring white wines: 20 to try” – 2018 Tiers Vineyard Chardonnay

With Spring approaching this 20 March, white wines may begin to take an edge this time of year. Whether looking for crisp and refreshing styles or complex and full bodied, South Australia’s top-scoring white wines from the 2020 Decanter World …

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“It’s a big youthful wine that will certainly reward with time and age” – 2017 Whalebone Vineyard Merlot Cabernet Franc

Deep red colour with a trace of purple and the bouquet has a gun-smoky, black olive, roasted-fruit bouquet, the palate full-bodied and chewy with assertive, slightly bitter tannins that leave a hefty chew on the aftertaste. A quite heavy, thick-textured …

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“South Australia’s top-scoring white wines: 20 to try” – 2018 Tiers Vineyard Chardonnay

With Spring approaching this 20 March, white wines may begin to take an edge this time of year. Whether looking for crisp and refreshing styles or complex and full bodied, South Australia’s top-scoring white wines from the 2020 Decanter World …

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“Righteous stuff. All class” – 2016 Tiers Vineyard 1.5M Chardonnay

All class. Layers to bouquet and palate, inward concentration, exceptional length and fine tuned oak/lees work implicit. It offers nectarine to marzipan and cinnamon spice. The palate shows richness but freshness of acidity with a core of flint-like minerality. Righteous …

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92 points | Huon Hooke – 2017 Tapanappa Whalebone Vineyard Merlot Cabernet Franc

Deep red colour with a trace of purple and the bouquet has a gun-smoky, black olive, roasted-fruit bouquet, the palate full-bodied and chewy with assertive, slightly bitter tannins that leave a hefty chew on the aftertaste. A quite heavy, thick-textured red …

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“A pure expression of the unique Whalebone Vineyard terroir” 93 points | Huon Hooke – 2017 Whalebone Vineyard Cabernet Shiraz

Medium to deep red colour with a trace of purple and a mossy, undergrowth bouquet with traces of humus and cabernet raspberry-mint, more savoury than fruity. The wine is very dry and savoury in the mouth, finishing with firm tannins …

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Tapanappa Foggy Hill Vineyard 2019 Pinot Noir

Vintage Notes

2019 vintage was another in an increasing frequency of above average temperature vintages. Meanwhile the average moves inexorably upward.

At Foggy Hill 2019 was warmer than average with a growing season heat summation (HDD) of 1507ºC days exceeding …

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Tapanappa Foggy Hill Vineyard 2018 Definitus Pinot Noir

Definitus

DEFINITUS is an apotheosis on the Tapanappa Foggy Hill Pinot Noir journey. After 14 years of careful observation across the 3 Pinot Noir clones on 4 rootstocks, planted across the 4- hectare Foggy Hill Vineyard at Parawa on the …

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A pretty impressive Pinot Noir – 2019 Foggy Hill Vineyard Pinot Noir

It’s a firm, fragrant, spice-riddled pinot noir with blueberry and macerated cherry notes shot through with aromatic herb notes. In fact it’s quite earthen, almost beetroot-like, with a sweetness to the finish in the context of its dry/earthen style. This …

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An excellent example of Australia’s own unique blend – 2016 Whalebone Cabernet Shiraz

The classic Cabernet Sauvignon Shiraz blend is all about combining the structure of Cabernet Sauvignon with the ripeness and upfront appeal of shiraz. This example does it well, aided by the warm 2016 vintage.

It is a bright deep ruby …

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A huge wine with considerable impact – 2016 Whalebone Cabernet Shiraz

This Tapanappa Whalebone Cab Shiraz 2016 sure packs in flavour, but it would be more compelling if it was less ripe.
85% Wrattonbully Cabernet and 15% Adelaide Hills Shiraz (from the Shining Rock Vineyard which Brian Croser founded in the …

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Another solid Adelaide Hills Chardonnay – 2018 Tapanappa Piccadilly Valley Chardonnay

While not quite of the same calibre as the exceptional Tiers, this Tapanappa Piccadilly Valley Chardonnay 2018 is another solid Adelaide Hills Chardonnay.
Tight and citrussy lemon butter style, the palate very much driven by tangy grapefruit and less about …

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A good expression of Adelaide Hills Shiraz – 2016 Tapanappa Adelaide Hills Shiraz

2016 Tapanappa Single Vineyard Adelaide Hills Shiraz is the first “distinguished site” shiraz from Tapanappa, from the Shining Rock Vineyard planted in ’96. A very good expression of Adelaide Hills shiraz, replete with black pepper, warm spice and licorice threaded …

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The best Foggy Hill Pinot Noir made to date – 2017 Foggy Hill Vineyard “Definitus” Pinot Noir

2017 gave Foggy Hill the growing season and vintage it craved for. In terms of varietal character, texture, structure, balance and length, the wine can’t be faulted. It is by some distance the best Foggy Hill Pinot Noir made to …

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Should be in the cellar of every Australian wine lover – 2016 Whalebone Cabernet Franc Merlot

Classic right bank (Bordeaux) blend of Cabernet Franc (as opposed to Cabernet Sauvignon being king on the left). Wrattonbully in the far east of the state of South Australia has a cool, maritime influenced, climate – from memory the whalebone …

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A complex and delicious Pinot Noir – 2018 Foggy Hill Vineyard Pinot Noir

Foggy Hill is located on the Fleurieu Peninsula, and is one of the coldest places on the Australian mainland. It creates a very unique style of Australian Pinot – particularly savoury, spicy and even meaty wines. The wines are also …

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“Australia’s very own unique red blend” 91 points | Robert Parker Wine Advocate – 2017 Whalebone Cabernet Shiraz

Marked by mint and cassis on the nose, the 2017 Whalebone Vineyard Cabernet Shiraz becomes more Shiraz-like on the palate, where it adds cherry-berry fruit and a relaxed, generous feel on the medium to full-bodied palate. Silky tannins sneak in …

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“A classic right bank Bordeaux blend” 93 points | Robert Parker Wine Advocate – 2017 Whalebone Merlot Cabernet Franc

The floral-herbal elements of Cabernet Franc are nicely balanced and rounded out by the ripe cherries of the Merlot in Tapanappa’s 2017 Whalebone Vineyard Merlot Cabernet Franc. Silky and fine on the palate, this medium to full-bodied red still delivers …

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“A more generous and complex Pinot Noir” 91 points | Robert Parker Wine Advocate – 2018 Foggy Hill Vineyard “Definitus” Pinot Noir

The 2018 Foggy Hill Vineyard “Definitus” Pinot Noir is a blend of Clones 115 and 777 from a strip of vines over the site’s shallowest soils. Winemaking is similar to the rest of the vineyard’s production, and maturation takes place …

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“An ethereal Pinot Noir with accents of floral and fresh spice” 90 points | Robert Parker Wine Advocate – 2019 Foggy Hill Vineyard Pinot Noir

More floral and ethereal in character than the sturdier 2018, the 2019 Pinot Noir Foggy Hill Vineyard delivers notes of fresh herbs, black tea, roses, cherries and cranberries. Medium-bodied and silky in texture, it also weighs in with 0.8% alcohol …

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An exquisite wine from an extraordinary vintage – SOLD OUT 2019 Tiers Vineyard Chardonnay

Pale straw-colored, the 2019 Chardonnay Tiers Vineyard comes from the original plantings made in 1979 at 450 meters above sea level. Entirely barrel-fermented in one-third new French oak with the balance in second- and third-use barrels, it boasts subtle scents …

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The intensity is almost forbidding in its youth. An excellent wine; better in another year or two – SOLD OUT 2019 Tiers Vineyard Chardonnay

Very light, bright yellow hue. A powerfully expressive bouquet of cashew-nutty, oaky, oatmeal biscuit aromas, the palate very intense and penetrating, concentrated and high-impact. The finish is ultra-dry, appetising and refreshing. The intensity is almost forbidding in its youth. An …

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A slightly subtler, more restrained, refined wine than the old-vine Tiers – 2019 Tiers Vineyard 1.5M Chardonnay

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Huon Hooke

Light, bright yellow hue. Gently smoky, nutty, straw-like bouquet, complex and gently reductive, the palate fine and tensioned, precise and delicate yet intense and long. It has a delicious core of sweet stone-fruit flavour balanced by …

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