Fiano is a fantastic wine variety for the Australian climate. Originating in the South of Italy, the grape is accustomed to the warm growing conditions we have here.
THIS WINE IS CURRENTLY SOLD OUT. NEXT RELEASE WILL BE THE 2022 VINTAGE IN SEPTEMBER.
Based on wines from the region of Provence in the South of France, we have created the perfect Rosé to enjoy on a beautiful sunny day this Summer.
Delicious red fruits of raspberry, strawberries and just a hint of plum are the hero’s on both the nose and the palate. So juicy and lip-smackingly good, you’ll hardly believe how good it is. Bone dry with ZERO sugar left after ferment, everything is about the fruit on this one. Clean and fresh with just a hint of texture from the grippy acidity on the finish helps to keep things tight and will hold this wine in good steed when paired with food.
At a recent lunch with Cellarhand Members we were lucky enough to have Pan Seared Kangaroo, pepperberry dressing, fresh raspberries & native cranberries.
Pale and brilliantly clean in the glass our 2021 Elliott Semillon is lip smackingly drinkable!
Fresh, clean aromas of 'Lemonade' lemon, young honeydew melon and white must sticks are underlined by a flinty minerality on the nose.
The palate has a knife-edged line of grapefruit that also shows hints of tropical fruit flavours. Light and fresh on the finish with some talcy texture that dances across the palate at the very end.
Enjoy in it's youth or cellar until 2030. best enjoyed with the wonderful bounty from our oceans and seas. Oysters are always the perfect match to Semillon.
THIS WINE IS CURRENTLY SOLD OUT. NEXT RELEASE WILL BE THE 2022 VINTAGE IN DECEMBER.
This wine looks amazing in the glass. Brilliantly polished, sparklingly clear and pale straw in colour. Simply stunning.
The nose is pretty and floral with ester aromas of pear skins and a creamy background that reminds us of “Milko” lollies. The use of Jura oak (Origin of Savagnin) has markedly enhanced the florals in this wine.
Like all past Caméléon’s there is a depth & complexity that is always about mouthfeel and texture which is well supported by yellow peach & toasted almond flavours. Drink now – 2026.
With a bit of extra body in the wine enjoy with Salmon dressed in a Ginger Soy and served with Asian greens.
2019 marks the three-peat of vintages in the Hunter Valley and what a fantastic year it was. Pale golden straw in colour and with aromas of fresh cut hay, cumquat and honeydew there is a beautiful freshness to the wine. Hints of pink musk and vanillan oak add to the complexity and with time in the glass the wine really begins to shine.
Flavours of blood orange citrus and white nectarine are ably supported by fine phenolics giving texture to the wine with a wet river stone minerality on the finish. Don’t be afraid to decant but drink now – 2027.
For wine of this style enjoy with King George Whiting with a blood orange, rocket and pomegranate salad.