- A portion of this delicious Grenache hails from ancient dry grown bush vines on Geoff’s home vineyard in McLaren Flat - they’re over 90 years old! The rest comes from 26-year-old vines from Sellicks Hill at the southern end of McLaren Vale, overlooking the sea.
- Made in small batches, open fermented and pressed into oak barrels to mature, this is elegance and intensity in a glass. Packed to the rafters with raspberry and plum flavours, there's a spicy note that kicks in as it weaves its velvety way along your tongue.
- Made by a former Senior Winemaker for the Tahbilk Group in Victoria, you know this juicy little red going to be good!
- Grapes from old Grenache vines were crushed and held briefly on skins to get the pale pink colour of this deliciously dry Rose.
- Catch the scent of strawberries and watermelon with hints of rosewater and musk as you start to pour. It’s a crisp, savoury style with flavours of raspberries, red apples and rhubarb.
- Rabbit & Spaghetti is one of Naked's most popular labels - you know it's going to be good!
- Aussie Grenache is hot property right now. No longer the big rich fortified wines of yesteryear, Grenache has rocketed onto the wine scene with a new personality - fragrant, pure and absolutely delicious.
- Glenn’s stunning drop started life on gnarly 90-year-old vines on the sands of Blewitt Springs - that's really special. The winemaking process was as hands off as possible to let the fruit characters shine.
- It’s red cherry as much as raspberry, earth as much as spice, florals more than fennel. It feels juicy from start to finish and both acidity and tannin work in delicious balance. Where else could you find such a unique wine style from such an old vineyard for such amazing value but here?!
- Stuey’s got his hands on some top notch Grenache from a single vineyard in the Barossa Valley, near the village of Rowlands Flat. The vine are very old, some dating back to the 1940s, and sit on rich clay soil.
- Traditionally handled (open fermented, basket pressed, aged in old French oak - that sort of thing), this is the stuff of legend. You’ll get cherry red fruit and a touch of tannin at first, followed by a gorgeously long and fruity finish.
- It’s Stuey’s strong relationships with the amazing grower families of the Barossa that gives him access to premium grapes like this. And you get to reap the rewards - lucky you!
Stu Pym’s single vineyard Swan Valley Grenache sourced from stunningly mature, established 40 and 80 year old vines at the foothills of the Darling Range will blow your mind! The immaculate fruit has produced a rare treat, especially for Angels like yourself.
Hand picked, then 80% crushed to small open fermenters, the remaining 20% added to the open fermenter as whole bunches. Plunged three times a day, the wine remained on the grape skins for a further 9 days to allow the tannins to soften. Then, transferred to old barrels and three terracotta amphorae remaining there for a further year prior to being bottled with no filtration.
Ripe,spicy red fruits dominate with a subtle underlying leathery note. The palate is full, textural and rich, retaining a beautiful suppleness. The tannins are brilliantly integrated so you sense a firmness to the wine. This is a gloriously flavoursome wine with body, texture and fantastic length of flavour. A wine from vines as old as this is such a rare treat. Perfect with roast rack of lamb and fresh seasonal vegetables.
- The fruit came from a vineyard in the “apple capital” of the south west, where beautiful rolling hills are lined with vines against a stunning bush backdrop. The gorgeous grapes were hand-picked by an amazing team, including Kym herself.
- The fermenting wine was plunged gently by foot and then left on lees (the dead yeast) for a few months before bottling. It's been made without the use of oak to retain the bright berry characters of the wine.
- This delicious drop is a juicy, light red, full of strawberry and cherry characters and a tiny touch of tannin. Try it slightly chilled - it can accommodate!
- A stunning salmon colour, this is a serious rose – crisp, dry and very more-ish! “Our blushing Rose is made with a nod and a wink to the traditional Provençal style Roses we love,” explains winemakers Nina Stocker and Kate Day.
- Crafted using central Victorian grapes from low-yielding vines, this is a delicious blend of Mourvèdre and Grenache. Ready to be enjoyed now while young and supple, it’s the perfect partner to a good catch-up or delicious seafood feast.
- With wafting wild strawberry scents and a delectable hint of dried thyme, it has just the slightest savoury notes and a wonderful minerality on your tongue. A crisp, citrus finish leaves you ready to reach over to top up your glass before it’s even empty!
- Made in extremely low volumes, this fruit-driven drop is pure quality and class. Once it's gone, you’ll never have another chance to try it.
- It's made with grapes from vines over 100 years old, planted in perfect Grenache-loving soil. Blood plum and boysenberry as you let it out, it tastes of juicy black cherry and mulberry with soft tannins and a lingering, savoury finish.
- Sensational fruit and Adam’s winemaking magic have created a rare treat - a wine that will leave you wanting to marry it. Try it.
- Prime old Grenache vineyards across South Australia gave up their prized fruit for this juicy red. Matured for 9 months in barrel and tank, it’s ready for your drinking pleasure right now.
- Enjoy a heady cherry and redcurrant scent with hints of rhubarb and sweet spice in the glass. It’s a lighter style red with soft red plum, raspberry and anise flavours, gentle tannins and a lasting finish.
- This wine exists because thousands of Angels have embraced the talented independent winemaker behind it and given him the freedom to make it. Win win!