Lifted aromatics of citrus, lemongrass and passionfruit with a generous, lively fruit quality. The palate is rich and delicious, with the beautiful chalky minerality so often found in wines from this vineyard.
Pinot Grigio is the common Italian name for the French variety Pinot Gris. The wine is well balanced between fruitiness and acidity. The flavour is distinctive, complex crisp and lively. Crisp green apple and pear give it a nice crunchy texture.
Albarino is a wonderful variety that is well suited to the Hunter Valley. Our warm maritime growing conditions align quite closely with those of north-west Spain, the home of Albarino. Made without the use of oak, the palate exudes spice and lime making it ideal for current enjoyment.
Peach pith, white flowers and grapefruit on the nose gives way to a saline and mineral palate enhanced by time spent in concrete. The persistent acid and strength of fruit make this our most engaging Albarino yet.
A rare but amazing Riesling vineyard in the centre of Pokolbin. Its age and unique soil and aspect produce a wine that is delicate with lifted lime flavours and a crisp green apple finish. Varietal lime and musk characters make this a deliciously more-ish wine.
The third release of Pecorino from Ian & Suzanne Little shows lifted aromas of pear drops and pink lady apples. Another cooler vintage resulted in complex minerality on the palate with a touch of lime and aromatic crispness makes this a truly delicious, moreish wine.