- 1.5L of premium Red, that’s already been cellared and is absolutely superb. It’s a perfect match for the table on Christmas Day. Winemaker Leighton Joy used organically grown fruit (not yet officially certified), sourced from his Pyren vineyard in Victoria’s Pyrenees. The grapes are of pristine quality; “of the highest calibre”, Leighton affirms.
- It has lovely red and blackberry fruit aromas, a nudge of spice that gives it just the right amount of warmth and a welcome hint of oak. There’s just the loveliest touch of vanilla too, making this a highly approachable, balanced and enjoyable drop. It’s never been on the shelves before, and Leighton says you’ll enjoy his “plush, soft, welcoming” Shiraz.
- There are delightful black pepper notes, typical of the best Victorian Shiraz, which add lovely spice and complexity. Leighton’s Shiraz is warm on your palate, with soft, building tannins. You’ll appreciate the extra this exclusive Magnum size offers - it’s a real crowd pleaser, so there should just about be enough for everyone to enjoy! Leighton advises this “serious” wine has potential to age to 2030.
- A deligtful sparkling wine with fine bubbles, made with grapes from premium vineyards in the Adelaide Hills - a region with a long history of producing premium sparkling wines
- Pale straw gold in colour, it's fine, elegant palate delivers a tingling treat in every sip!
- Here's a wine to get your taste buds dancing. The scent of strawberry, pink grapefruit and a hint of fresh bread mingle with intense berry and sweet Meyer lemon, white nectarine, cashew nut and a mouthwatering citrus finish. Just fabulous.
All organic production has transformed hand-picked grapes from A-grade NZ vineyards into Naked’s first Central Otago Pinot Noir. A true ‘winemakers fantasy’ wine!
This Pinot’s been treated to wild yeast fermentation with 20% whole bunches in the mix for extra depth and length. After a gentle press, it’s taken a nap in French oak for 11 months to mature and reach peak balance.
This is a classic Pinot Noir - packing a ripe, spicy, dark cherry scent and lush fresh berry flavours. It’s drinking beautifully now in its youth, but if you can be patient, it will smooth out and its berryness will darken over the next few years.
This is a very special, one-of-a-kind blend, sourced from organic Orange vineyards high above sea level.
The Shiraz and Marsanne grapes were fermented together at cool temperatures to unite and deepen their characters. The young wine matured quietly in new and old oak for 11 months to develop extra texture and silkiness.
Open a bottle to reveal its heady white peach, violet, spicy plum and raspberry notes. Each mouthful is filled with silky, spicy, savoury tannins! The Marsanne really lifts the Shiraz’s game with its aromatic peach and floral notes.
- Grapes from way up in the cool-climate region of Orange succumbed to Ash’s enviable wine talents and rested on lees in French oak for 8 months to produce this elegant drop.
- The result is a wine with a delicate scent of pear, wild flowers and a touch of toast. Each mouthful tastes like a party of pears, lime and a hint of vanilla.
- It’s organic, it’s limited in numbers and you can only get it here. Grab yours now to enjoy chilled with a Chicken or Pork dinner and the company of those you love (and will love you for pouring them a second glass!)
- Langhorne Creek is one of Australia’s oldest wine regions and is the traditional home of the Ngarrindjeri of the lower Murray River, western Fleurieu Peninsula, and the Coorong. It is an historic South Australian wine region, dating back to the 1850s and winemaker Geoff Thompson has sourced fruit for his magnificent Malbec from this exact spot. High quality, low yielding vines have delivered grapes that are outstanding quality - and a wine that’s hard to beat.
- You need to carefully tend to the vines to produce a Malbec of this quality - with dark, inky colour, robust tannins and a great intensity of flavour. Geoff has perfectly balanced the wine between a welcome intensity and elegant drinkability. “The fruit is amazing, we just assisted the potential of the grapes to shine,” he claims.
- There are bright, delectable fruit aromas consisting of blackberry, plum, black cherry and hints of violet. In your mouth, it tastes velvety and smooth, bursting with blackberry and plum flavours. We warn you though, it’s incredibly moreish! Not too heavy, not too light, this small batch wine ticks all the boxes. (And be warned, there are only 6000 bottles available!)
- A pre-aged Chardonnay from a single estate vineyard? Yes please! This sensational drop is already at its best and is ready to be enjoyed. It’s been made with grapes carefully selected from Stratford’s own family owned vineyard on the banks of the Goulburn River in Central Victoria. A long growing season allowed the grapes to mature to a delectable full ripeness, and an early morning harvest ensured the pristine quality was locked away, ready to be unleashed in the finished wine.
- With delicious fruit flavours of white peach and nashi pear, there’s also notes of vanilla and spice which are thanks to its fermentation in French oak. It’s soft and rounded in your mouth, and you’ll also enjoy white melon and ripe stonefruits on your tongue, with lemon meringue and field herbs providing a lovely final flavour.
- Low yielding, mature vines have delivered a wine with great complexity. This is a premium Chardonnay that demonstrates what exceptional fruit and quality winemaking can deliver - plus the benefit of a few years within the bottle to finesse even further.
- Finding the Carmenere was extraordinary luck - the grape is as rare as hens' teeth! Then Kevin had to be very patient as the bunches ripened very slowly under the Aussie sun.
- Back in the winery on the Mornington Peninsula, the tiny batch matured in some of his best oak for twelve months to ensure the tannins were fully integrated.
- Get ready for a mouthful of ripe rasberry and spice with beautifully balanced tannin and that classy French oak finish. A rare treat from one of Australia's trailblazing winemakers.
A white that’s simply bursting with flavour, made with premium fruit from the preeminent Adelaide Hills region. Seriously refreshing, this Sauvignon Blanc is ready for an ice bucket and a balmy Summer evening.
Hamish Maguire’s Engine Room wines are a product of imagination and a willingness to be different. Hamish is one of our most popular Naked winemakers - one sip of his wines and you’ll see why.
This wine is best when sitting on the beach watching the sun go down. You’ve got sand between your toes, sea salt in your hair, and freshly cooked fish and chips ready to devour.
- Make room on your wine rack - this plush, lush ready-to-drink Cabernet is going to make a wonderful addition.
- Fruit for this wine was harvested from one of the most iconic red wine regions in WA - the Frankland River. Here, you’ll find some of the most awarded red wines in Australia. This Army Of Grapes Cabernet offers incredible value for money - bottles from Frankland River can cost upwards of $35.
- For ultimate enjoyment, make sure you decant at least 20 minutes before you plan to sip. Serve with rib eye on the bone, with creamy mash and peppercorn sauce.