If you have a liking for all the fine Italian varietal wines such as fiano, sangiovese,montepulciano and nero d'avola,then make your acquaintance with Scott & La Prova wines.South Australian treasures utilising the best terroirs and fruit
This is where the action is! Grenache from McLaren Vale is leading the charge. A sheer delight to the nose and palate. The terroir just seems to fit perfectly to deliver the best in flavour depth and weight. Typically medium bodied and oozing those ripe summer strawberries and raspberries that complement most food groups. Wonderful examples from Samuel's Gorge, Cirillo, Three Dark Horses, Oliver's Taranga, Yangarra and many others. Also blended beautifully with shiraz and touriga. Explore the region. www.stellawines.com.au
For lovers of highest quality Tasmanian sparkling cuvee. An assemblage of 3 vintages with great drive and length. Fantastic value. www.stellawines.com.au
For lovers of McLaren Vale shiraz. Dark fruited with savoury, earthy tannins.
Drink now- 10 ten years. Best value shiraz under $20. www.stellawines.com.au
Pocketwatch pinot gris
This great white wine from the Robert Oatley group has to be in the best pinot gris under $15 selection for this summer.
This is the delicious, balanced, full on (2013) shiraz from McLaren Vale you have been waiting for. From the highly regarded Blewitt Springs sub region.The distinctive fruit is seamlessly matched to soft tannins. To be enjoyed with prime beef preferably in front of the fire on a lazy Sunday lunch. www.stellawines.com.au
Old Plains grenache. Extaordinary grenache from the last remaining old grenache vines on the Adelaide Plains. For the lovers of grenache who enjoy these lighter style reds. Being quite old, 2010, it has intense and complex flavours of raspberries and wild strawberries. Beautiful acid balance and soft tannins complete what is an absolute treat. A truly rare, unique and palate pleasing wine experience. www.stellawines.com.au
Great things happening with Chalk Hill varietals. It's always a pleasure to try something away from the mainstream, opening your mind to new food combinations and exotic overseas holidays. The fiano is layered, textured, and crisp with hints of nuts and grapefruit. The sangiovese is quite intense and fruit driven with savoury cherries. The grenache tempranillo is perfumed, cherry, crunchy spicy. www.stellawines.com.au
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