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3.5 stars Winestate Magazine, May 2017 // Pavarotti, classic, clean, intensely dramatic with fantastically sweet high notes but a seamless range and depth of flavour underneath the smooth surface. This wine is a class act: engaging cassis fruit overture on the nose, blended blackberries and raspberries symphonise on the palate, with only the best of oak nuances, and a softly tannic final dénouement. Sublime, and delicious.
4.5 stars Winestate Central NSW Tasting Edition May 2017 // This is not a wine for the faint-hearted, redolent of warm Mudgee summers with the smokiness of a distant bushfire. Dusty blackcurrant characters immediately assail the nose with sweet cedar and sandalwood notes following. If you can inhale just round the edges you’ll also see a spiciness... is it eucalyptus or paprika, lanolin, white pepper or maybe even jasmine.
This wine is named after Jorg Gartelmann’s son Phillip. Finishing slowly but intensely, this is an exuberant youngster to watch develop over the next ten years. Give it some space and observe it flower into something quite remarkable. This is a wine style designed for food, good cheddars, great steaks, divine sausages of the home and gourmet variety. Lamb, Pork, Duck and Salty Cheeses. Drink from 2017, great from 2019, cellar max to 2024
Trophy 2016 Orange Wine Show open vintage Shiraz, and Best Red wine of Show
Trophy 2017 Orange Wine Show open vintage Shiraz, and Best Red wine of Show
This 2017 offering has aromas of damson plum, white pepper, raspberry and strawberry.
More in the line of the classic Hunter “bigger” style of Verdelho compared to the recent past’s “lean, mean and green” vogue, this 2017 Jessica exudes passionfruit and pineapple on the nose with a waft of Tahitian lime sherbet.
Gold Medal 2017 Cowra Wine Show // Predominantly lemon and grapefruit characters feature on the nose as blossoms, and race around the palate as zesty fruit. The acid is tight and refreshing, the palate long and invigorating with a drawstring of minerality to bring it all together. Do not fight against the temptation to have another glass, nor the strong feeling that you should put a few down to observe over the next 5 or 10 years.
The caramelised peaches on the nose, the citrusy nectarines on the palate, the long lime vanillin wafts on the finish, seducing the taste buds to believe it is sweet but finishing bone dry. This is one of those wines that you will remember for a long time. Such a cliche’ but it is superbly balanced and full of flavour. Delights every sense. To all who have wandered away from Chardonnay... come back, try this, you will not be continuing on that erroneous path any longer
What an amazing nose. When the bottle is first opened there is blueberry pie, rosemary and a big waft of peppermint. Let the glass stand if you can, then try again. Rich damson plums, and walnuts. And in the mouth there are subtle tannins, tarry and satisfying. For a wine of this depth and strength the acid is muted and very gently supports red and dark berry fruit, with a unique vanillin nuttiness on the finish.
The Wilhelm offers a warm palate of balanced ripe fruit flours and invigorating acid. The finish is unmistakably "Hunter Valley". Deep ruby garnet in colour, it has a nose rich in cherries and blackberries with the merest hint of sandalwood At 14.3% alcohol it is no shrinking violet, yet the warmth on the palate is happily balanced with ripe fruit flavours, invigorating acid and velvet smoky-wood tannins.The finish is unmistakeably “Hunter Valley” with a compote of chariness, aniseed and dark berries.