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Originally an experimental field blend this is now a regular in the Little Wine Co stable. Grown side by side the Shiraz (88%) and Tempranillo (12%) were co-harvested and co-fermented. Vibrant dark berry fruit and a smooth palate make this a delicious, easy-drinking style.
Nebbiolo is responsible for some of the finest wines of Italy and has now found a natural home in Australia on the red volcanic soils of the cool-climate Hilltops region of NSW. Light in colour but intense flavours of dried cherries, violets and roses.
Made in the ‘joven’ style which translates to young in Spanish and refers to wines generally drunk within one or two years of release. It shows vibrant red currant fruit aromas with spice and cherry fruits. The wine is beautifully medium bodied.
Originating from France, Petit Verdot is a late ripening variety that suits Australia’s dry, sunny climate perfectly. Although it has long been used as a blending component, it is increasingly being given the chance show its true colours as a varietal wine.
Deep crimson red in colour with dry cherry and prune aromas. Savoury flavours dominate the palate which is medium bodied and finishes with a firm acidity accompanied by fine soft tannins typical of this variety.
The first release of Barbera under the Little Gem label from the fantastic 2018 vintage. Brooding aromas of blood plum and dark jubes. The palate is filled with delicious, plush fruit characters of currant and blackberry supported by warm, velvety tannins.
Barbera originates from the North West of Italy and Margan Estate Wines were one of the first to plant this red grape in the Hunter Valley. The 2019 vintage had perfect ripening conditions with dry, warm days resulting in beautifully ripe fruit.
They say Barbera is the most food friendly variety in the world. With its plush fruit characters of currants and blackberries and its soft, supple tannins this is a wine that is dangerously more-ish.
From old vines in the Broke region, this is an excellent example of an early drinking style. It displays plenty of vibrant fruit with soft tannins adding length for a silky finish.
Sangiovese is one of the oldest known varieties in the world. This Sangiovese is a perfect example of this accessible, ready to drink style; perfectly medium bodied with red fruit flavours and a deliciously savoury finish.