Cellar Releases (aged wines)
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Lashings of cherry and mulberry characters with tannin that runs deep, providing perfect support to the natural fruits. The 2012 ‘Bird Rock’ Pinot is pure elegance with huge cellaring potential.
The Longboard Shiraz is definitely one that can age and this sensational vintage is ripe for the picking.
Rich blackberry, plum & spice with subtle fine oak tannins and a long finish.
94pts, James Halliday
Lifted confectionary aromas of strawberries and cherries abound in this young wine. The palate is vibrant and fresh with more of the same berry basket fruits – strawberries, raspberries and mulberries to name a few. Fine grained French oak tannins complement the fruits.
94pts, James Halliday
Aromas of citrus blossom abound in this intriguing wine. The palate is full and flavoursome with crisp citrus and nashi pear developing to a long finish of delicate apricot flavours with a rich texture and mouthfeel.
Aromas of cherry, plum and forest floor unfold in the glass. A rich earthy palate with dark cherries and forest fruits with plenty of umami characters developing to a complex finish of truffle enhanced by mouthcoating, fine-grained French oak tannins
92pts, James Halliday
A heady mixture of wild herbs, and spices. Throw in a little redcurrant and raisin, and you have an older Pinot Noir full of depth and true to its coastal origin. Simply delicious.
Lifted aromas of stone fruits and nectarines which give it instant attraction. Made in slightly riper style from a warmer vintage, rich flavours of peach, rockmelon and stone fruits will complement most meals. Subtle French Oak maturation give the palate length and complexity well above its years.
95pts, James Halliday
It is light as a feather, fruit-laden and stylish with the charm and scent of a freshly picked lemon. Drinking well now and will plenty of legs to cellar gracefully for the next couple of years.
GOLD, 2013 GEELONG WINE SHOW
The Longboard Shiraz is definitely one that can age and is ripe for the picking.
Silver Medal, 2009 Geelong Wine Show
Many years on this wine is showing all the elegance, softness and balance of spice and fruit that you would expect from aged Shiraz. Released especially for the Winter Shiraz Weekend.
90 pts, James Halliday