The Littles' signature rosé style is made from Sangiovese grapes producing a unique, silky yet savoury wine. Made in the drier, European style, this is the perfect lunchtime wine.
A gorgeous pale pink zippy number with hints of rose petal and Turkish delight. This is a dry style Rosé with a refreshing and zesty finish.
Flavours of racy blood orange zest, cherry, pomegranate and watermelon with a bead of red-grape texture and crunchy pink lady apple.
From 30 year old, low yielding vines this is an intensely citrus, beautifuly structured wine. A classic Hunter Valley Semillon that will go for 20+ years.
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.
This blend was pioneered in the Hunter Valley in the early part of last century and is currently enjoying a welcome renaissance. Elegantly structured, the blend provides a wonderful complexity with the rich earthy tones of Hunter Valley Shiraz with the vibrancy of Pinot Noir.
We love our Pinot but we know we have to travel further afield for our hit and this little beauty comes from Tumbarumba. Made by Liz Silkman, this is so varietal with aromas of dark glazed cherries and hints of strawberries, the oak plays a supporting role allowing the fruit to speak for itself.
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.
Barbera is a medium bodied wine with aromas of dried cherry and plums. The beautiful savoury flavours on the palate are followed by a firm acidity and lingering soft tannins.
Tempranillo is a Spanish variety that is very well suited to the Hunter Valley. Varietal character of green olives, spice and a hint of tobacco with lush liquorice and cherry fruits. Tempranillo (from the Spanish temprano, meaning early) is capable of producing a variety of styles depending on climate and winemaking technique.