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Often considered more refreshing and lighter in both style and taste than the majority of their red wine counterparts.
An evocative and complex nose. Nashi pear, lemon, flint and mineral. A flavoursome and textural palate. Has this glycerol “slipperiness” to the texture as the flavour of citrus, lanolin and stone fruit coat the mouth. The flavours linger with cleansing...
This refreshing, light and fruity wine has just a hint of spritz, allowing the bright sherbet, elder flower and honeysuckle flavours of the moscato giallo grape to take centre stage. It balances alcohol, acidity and sweetness perfectly in a style...
One of only a few Heathcote Chardonnay's. This wine is grown at Merindoc in southern Heathcote on a site that is higher then the rest of Heathcote and therefore cooler and on granite soils. This gives us unique conditions ideally...
A smashing, true to type example of Marsanne. Soft floral notes on the nose, cooked lemon, pear apple flavours giving way to a rich silken finish. This wine is drinking beautifully now, however, put it down and be rewarded over the next...
Estate grown, Tellurian Riesling is made in a fresh, dry style which displays the influence of our ancient red Cambrian soils. Organically certified
One Barrel made in a style of old world meets modern honeysuckle and mandarin fruits, with a fresh texture.
A riesling of great texture, personality and drinkability. There is a great volume of pot pourri, black currant, citrus & slate in the bouquet, providing a pretty intro to each sip. The palate shows off a really fine, powdery-chalky feel...
Bright straw colour. A vibrant fresh fragrant bouquet of melon, peach with a nutty, biscuit character adding another dimension. A rich mouthful of peach and melon balanced with a minerality and fresh acidity.
Pinot Gris was harvested from a small planting perched upon the prized red soils of the Heathcote Mt Camel range. A single batch was fermented to dryness, filtered and bottled as is – ready just in time for spring.
This Vintage provided excellent growing conditions with sufficient rain late in the season. Here in vintage 2018, cold nights, granite soils and sunny days combined to produce Riesling of intense minerality, purity and refreshing acidity.
The aromas leap from the glass and are of lime and limestone, curd and green apple. The palate delivers a beautiful natural acidity, framing the pink grapefruit flavours and cumquat nuances. All leading to a thrilling tart and pithy finish. ...
Grown throughout warmer regions in Southern Italy, Fiano thrives in Heathcote's warm days and cool nights. Crafted in a fresh, lively style, the fine palate weight of Tellurian Fiano is enlivened by chalky texture and appealing varietal complexity.
Well suited to the growing conditions in Heathcote, Tellurian Viognier is made in a medium to full bodied style with expressive floral and stone fruit aromatics and round, plush texture. Picked just late enough in the season to show the...
Grown amongst the cool, southern granite hills of the Heathcote faultline, superb crisp minerality & dappled French oak.
A cooler climate and granite over ironstone soils produce fruit with delicate stone-fruit characters, citrus-like acidity and mineral undertones. The wine shows nashi pear and honeysuckle characters with a rich finish and good length.
A fine growing season yielded small parcels of intensely aromatic and succulent Viognier. Our inaugural Dulcis takes its name from the Latin phrase “Dulcis in Fundo” (sweet in the end). The inspiration for Dulcis is from the delicious, light-bodied, non...
This is a robust and deep resonating wine. It has French oak vanilla characteristic with distinctive mixed berries flavour. Its peppery spicy nose and refined balance of fruit results in a clean long lasting finish.
Tellurian Marsanne is picked later in the season where Heathcote’s warm days and cool nights helps to capture the expressive flavour offered by this variety. Whilst some early picked examples of this variety can cellar very well, Tellurian Marsanne is...
The 2018 Fiano is full of flavour and texture texture. It has a rich palate with flavours of fresh pear, peach and pineapple, balanced with natural acidity.
Produced with fruit sourced from the Chalmers Vineyards on the Mt Camel range, this wine displays fresh citrus aromas, lemon & grapefruit flavours, good minerality and fresh acidity. The Vermentino grapes were picked slightly later than anticipated in order to...
2019 Vivace is a bottle fermented blend of Nebbiolo and Chardonnay. Pale salmon pink in colour with flavours of white nectarine and honeysuckle. It has flavours of sour cherries and a creamy mid palate with an elegant, crisp finish.
This is a fresh and vibrant wine and an excellent match for spicy Asian dishes and seafood. There are pears, apricot, and ginger on the nose and palate, with a velvety elegant finish.
This wine displays aromas and flavours of honeysuckle and apricots. The palate is textural and complex due to 40% oak barrel maturity. Drinking well now and will age for another few years.
Bright marshmallow on the incredibly vibrant nose, a true Marsanne without the thick, oily mouthfeel. The palate is a dance of honeysuckle and cantaloupe.
Tellurian Blanc is a versatile white with fresh aromatics and lovely texture. A luscious blend of three varieties which grow beautifully in our sunny days and cool, calm nights. Marsanne brings expressive fruit with fiano and riesling contributing aromatics, texture and...
The wine is luscious and full bodied with a pale gold hue. There are pears, apricots, ginger on the nose and palate, with the sugars providing toasted honey characters. A guilty pleasure wine that will continue to evolve in the bottle....
The 2014 estate-grown Viognier is pale green in colour with slight straw tinges. It displays an elegant, citrus nose of orange pith with hints of apricot, ginger spice, cloves and delicate toast from French oak (30% new). The balance between...
We find the usual suspects of pear, apple and spice but there is a little kicker of guava and exoric fruits whizzing in and out of the conversation. Incredibly moreish and smashable yet has some serious depth and structure for...