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From the Grampians region, the colour of this wine is bright straw with a golden hue and smells of white florals, pear and honeydew. The wine offers a crunchy, fresh and varietal feel. This wine delivers a core of luscious pear and stone fruits, intertwined with fragrant florals and spice. With a flowing, generous palate and chalky acidity that provides a persistent finish.
Pairs beautifully with lighter flavours like a fresh salad or tangy tapas.
From the Goulburn region, this medium bodied wine displays notes of rich black fruits and berries complemented with elegant oak and a nuance of chocolate. Perfectly balanced, with a firm, smooth tannin structure, the wine finishes with an enduring length of ripe fruit and cedary oak.
A lovely accompaniment to French cheese or charcuterie, this is also a perfect wine for big flavoured meals like roast meats and hearty pasta. The trick is to balance the beautiful intense flavours with rich, flavoursome dishes that will hold their own with this gorgeous wine.
From the Goulburn Valley region, this wine is varietally expressive with ample plum and blackberry fruits, there is a warm earth and spicy savouriness that immediately appeals with a backbone of fine, sinewy tannins to see an extended cellaring potential out to 2030 plus.
Compliments the most delectable of platters with everything from meats, cheese, olives, marinated veggies, fresh fruit and nuts.
From the Goulburn region, this versatile Fiano flaunts a pale colour. A whiff of the drink reveals floral, hazelnut, honey, pine nut and spice notes. These characters are mirrored on the rich and textural palate along with complex fruit flavours.
This is a versatile wine that will happily pair with an array of dishes. A rich, creamy cheese, your favourite Italian pasta or any seafood dish will make this wine sing!
From the Heathcote region, this wine has a very deep dark red hue, showing great concentration. A warm vintage shining through with an array of berries. Cherry standing 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 Progeny’s 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 Central Victoria region, the wine is lightly oaked using old French barrels, allowing the wine oak for structure and balance, without imparting strong oak tannins. The colour is ruby red and fragrances such as rhubarb, sweet cherries and spices are present. The taste is quite an earthy wine, with flavours of plum, raspberry and herbaceous notes.
An ideal partner to BBQ meats, hard cheeses such as percorino or gnocchi with tomato sauce.
Please note that the vintage on these bottles may change.
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