- Cool winters and warm summers have ensured the quality of grapes used for this sensational Shiraz are second-to-none. It showcases fruit from Stratford’s family owned, single estate vineyard, located on the banks of Central Victoria’s Goulburn River. The grapes enjoyed a long growing season which has resulted in full flavour and silky tannins.
- Rich, supple fruit flavours will enchant from your first sip. But even before you get that chance, you’re greeted with aromas of cherry blossom, blood plum and blackberry. There’s a wonderful full-bodied taste, with dark forest fruits and hints of licorice and white pepper. A lingering finish of soft tannins is thanks to a year spent in French and American oak barrels… and is very welcome!
- Low yielding, mature vines have ensured the quality of this Shiraz is superb. But given a few extra years in the bottle, it’s also had the chance to sink into its rich flavours and add further complexity. Give it a moment to breathe when you open it, and you’ll be treated to a sensational Shiraz.
- 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!
- Gently harvested and fermented separately in both open and closed tanks, the juice was then pressed straight to barrel. It took a nice long nap in aged in French and American oak before the final careful blending.
- Carrying the scent of blue and red fruits with a touch of rose petal and dried herbs, this juicy drop will leave a delicious impression. It’s generous raspberry, cherry, plum and spice characters are wrapped in bold yet elegant tannins.
- Warm and dry growing conditions produced fantastic grapes with buckets of fruitiness, concentration and intensity - get ready for a flavour sensation. And only available here!
- 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.
- Handpicked from a special vineyard in the Strathbogie ranges of Victoria where the soil is old, nutrient-poor and free-draining, making for exceptional fruit. Once through fermentation in French oak barrels and some time on lees (the dead yeast) it’s patiently matured for 10 months before bottling.
- It’s classically creamy texture and refreshing acidity is packed with white peach, grapefruit stone fruit and a subtle nuttiness from the oak. A really pretty and delicate wine!
- Unlike Chardonnay’s from the more well known regions of Yarra Valley and Mornington Peninsula that carry heavier price tags, it’s affordable too. And at Naked you don’t have to spend big bucks to enjoy a tip top wine!
- Find out what happens when two skilful winemakers combine the powerful character of Barossa grapes with elegant Great Southern ones. The two wine regions handed over some of their premium grapes for this winemakers' dream wine.
- Both parcels of fruit received very similar treatment at the winery - a careful hands-on approach to winemaking and barrel maturation in top notch oak. After 16 months, the barrels were selected for the final delicious blend.
- The scent of fresh berries and spice leads you into plum and black fruits in every sip. This rare red has real depth of flavour with soft tannins and a long finish. A blend of Barossa Valley and Great Southern fruit isn't something you’ll see often, so don’t hesitate to indulge your senses in this Naked treat!
- Sourced from a vineyard at the foot of the Barossa’s eastern slopes, this wine is a one-off, created during exceptional conditions of the 2021 vintage and may never be produced again.
- Cabernet Sauvignon and Malbec grapes were fermented together and matured in seasoned, spicy French oak for 17 months. Caroline’s uncomplicated winemaking approach has allowed the characters of both varieties to shine.
- This is a rich, complex wine with flavours of blackcurrant and pomegranate, violets and wild herbs. Smooth and textural, with fine tannins and a lingering dark fruit finish.
- This delicate Prosecco Rosé comes from the Veneto region of Italy. It gets its delightful blush and aromatic characters from the Pinot Nero grapes that were included with the traditional Prosecco varietal, Glera.
- A stunning pale salmon pink in colour, this lively drop has had a second fermentation in the tank to coax out the fine bubbles. This is called the charmat method (known as Martinotti in Italy).
- It's such great value for a pure Italian Rosé Prosecco. Pick one up to enjoy on the deck as the sun goes down - that's what we'd call la Dolce Vita!
- Created from grapes from dedicated family growers right across the Valley, this juicy red is a unique Barossa symphony and one of the regions’s most charismatic blends.
- Caroline brings together three legendary Barossa varieties to create a wine bursting with charm and grace. Grenache for its luscious, silky fruit, Shiraz for its richness and depth, and Mataro for spice and structure. The result is a sleek, juicy wine with summer berry flavours, a hint of spice and smooth tannins.
- Lively and plush, this traditional Barossa blend is given a graceful, modern twist. Perfect to enjoy on its own or with a wide range of foods. It won’t be around for long!
This wine delivers an amazing aroma and is packed with flavours of wild berries and dried herbs. It has silky tannins, and a gentle touch of oak. Italian Reds can be quite tannic and dry, but this is very approachable and lovely and juicy with a rich, deep colour.
Sourced from a number of regional vineyards in the Abruzzo region of Italy, the fruit was carefully selected to ensure ripeness and flavour was wonderfully reflected in the finished wine. There was a carefully limited level of grapes harvested, under the traditional Denominazione Di Origine Controllata regulations, ensuring optimal quality.
This is a great “food” wine, rustic, bold with some real oompf to it. (And at $18.99 a bottle, it’s a bold wine with a beautiful price.)