In 1854 Thomas Hardy planted his first vineyards and since then his passion for wine making has reflected on his products, making his wines a global sensation. Stamp is one of Australia’s most recognised wines, being introduced in 1988, it features stamps from Australia on the label dating back to 1937. Tasting Notes:Pale straw in colour with a green hue and brilliant clarity.Bouquet has a fresh zesty citrus aroma with a spice and floral note to finish.Upfront the palate has a lime and nectarine character, with rose petals and lychee flavours. These are complemented by a supple mouth feel backed with honey tones, spice and a zingy acid finish.
Fragrant and full Gewurztraminer, this is a wonderful representation of this ever-popular grape. An exciting new wine with apricots and floral notes. This wine is very harmonious and perfectly balanced and will drink well over the next 5 years. Perfect with some strong cheese.
Orange Muscat and Flora are two white grape varieties that are little known or planted in Australia. As the name suggests, Orange Muscat is part of the Muscat family and hails from the south-east of France. The variety is said to have derived its name from the golden hues the grapes develop when fully ripe and the strong aroma of orange blossom given off at vintage when the grapes are freshly crushed. Flora was developed at the Californian Agricultural Department Station in 1958 from a cross between the white grapes Semillon and Gewürztraminer. It produces a wine of fragrance and body with a fresh acid backbone.