This well-structured Observatory Hill Merlot is full of black cherry, plums and herbal flavors to create an extremely well rounded texture with a silky finish that is easy on tannins as is typical with excellent cool climate Merlot.
This Observatory Hill Pinot Noir is full to the brim with classic cherry and red berry characters. Layers of spice and star anise on the palate are superbly balanced with French oak complementing the ﬁne velvet tannin structure and providing a pleasant, lingering ﬁnish.
This Observatory Hill Cab / Merlot’s fruity bouquet is made even more enticing due to the hint of cassis, spiced plum and black currant and a promise of herbs and soft tannins drying up the flavour. Rich and dark in colour this elegant and finely structured blend shows the true character of cool climate red wines.
This Observatory Hill Riesling has subtle floral aromas with lively citrus and mineral flavours. Crisp, Tasmanian cool climate acidity fills the mouth and lingers with the wine finishing delightfully dry as all good cool climate Rieslings should.
Brilliant pale straw in colour with fresh peach and honey aromas. This wine displays the luscious ﬂavours of melon, citrus and ripe lychees. The fruit is perfectly balanced with slight acidity and creamy nuances from ﬁne French oak, providing a long, smooth ﬁnish.
Pale straw in colour with light green hues, this silky Sauvignon Blanc shows tropical fruit aromas. Its vibrant palate is full of the intense, fruit sweetness of ripe gooseberries, passion- fruit and citrus all bound together with a strong backbone of racy, Tasmanian acidity.
The term Blanc de Blanc designates Champagnes made from Chardonnay grapes. This classic Blanc de Blanc is restrained and elegant when young, yet with ageing it develops a mouth-coating brioche richness that overlays an intense expression of fruitiness.
Wine of origin Namaqua Land. South Africa's own unique varietal, full of plum and red berry ﬂavours. A hint of oak on the palate to round out the enjoyable smoky ﬁnish. Enjoy with friends around a traditional South African “braaivleis”
It is very fresh and lively with pear and apple flavours to the fore, some attractive bright acid and just a hint of gewurz-style spice... it is both focused and fun!