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From the Heathcote region, this wine is a very deep dark red hue, showing great concentration. A warm vintage shining through with an array of berries. Cherry stands proudly amongst the usual pepper and spices that the Sanguine vineyard throws up. Probably the smoothest early release Progeny to date with mouth filling richness and softening tannin with just a hint of oak in the background, as all good Progenys before it.
Take guidance from the food eaten in places where the wine was first created, Rome, Italy. Slow Braises, pasta and especially lamb.
From the Nagambie Lakes region, the wine is deep magenta in colour, the nose and palate show a complex mix of blackberries and truffles combined with mint undertones whilst the finish is long and flavoursome balanced with fine grain tannins. This is a rare opportunity to get your hands on an expertly aged wine at unbeatable value, from one of Australia's oldest and most well-regarded wineries.
Try this wine with 8hr slow cooked lamb shoulder and chat potatoes.
From the Yarra Valley region, the colour of this wine is carmine. The scent offers blackberry and plum with a lick of spice. A taste of rich black berries, cherries and plum fruits meld beautifully with the peppercorn and anise spices. Subtle toasted notes are balanced and complex, while the mid-palate seamlessly extends to a long and graceful finish. Velvet-like tannins support the fruit and enhance the overall opulence of this truly delightful wine.
Try with sticky Chinese pork belly with a dark soy mirin sauce.
From the Great Southern Western Australia region, this wine has aromas of vibrant lemon blossom, lime, wet quartz, a touch of flint, white flower petals, almost rose petals. The taste offers zesty lime and quartz, fine talky phenolics framing the palate, citrus fleshy texture with fine zesty and long persistent finish with a saline, mineral edge.
Perfect with Albany Rock Oysters.
From the Goulburn Valley region, this time has seen time in the Winery cellars for this 2014 vintage and has seen familiar bottle-aged varietal characters of honeyed pears, honeysuckle and two-fruits marmalade reveal themselves on a richly flavoured palate that is graced by a mineral acidity that will see further development out to 2025/2027.
Try this wine with butter seared lobster tails.
From the Yarra Valley region, this wine is a pale summer straw colour. The wine offers Intense smells of citrus blossom, white nectarine and a hint of vanilla bean custard. With a tight mineral backbone overlaid with an opulent stone fruit creaminess, the wine offers a rich and complex taste with a classic Yarra Valley long, lingering finish.
Try with lemon grass summer prawn curry and coconut rice
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