The Art ‘n’ Soul series recognises the fact that Peter Lehmann’s winemakers treat every wine as a blank canvas and that in their creation they capture colour and fun. This Barossa Semillon includes a splash of Sauvignon Blanc for extra zing.
Husband and wife team Sandra and Guido Vazzoler purchased the Longleat Vineyard in 2003 renaming it Murchison Wines. Sandra now turns her hand to cheese making, and experienced winemaker Guido produces delightful wines like this 2013 Semillon.
Drayton’s may have the invaluable experience that comes with being one of the Hunter’s oldest producers but forget the stuffy image, a recent makeover resulting in wines like this sees them very much on top of contemporary tastes.
This zesty Semillon from Drayton’s will only get better with age - drinking well now until 2017 - and it is a great example of why Hunter Valley Semillon is admired the whole world round for its flavour and regional characteristics.
The fruit for this Two Rivers The Inglewood Selection Semillon 2012 was grown under the watchful eye of 2011 Hunter Valley Viticulturist of the Year, Brett Keeping, then carefully crafted by Liz Jackson.
Cassegrain's heritage and interest in sustainability has solidified their reputation as winemaking pioneers. This Semillon celebrate a traditional variety with a premium expression using fruit from the Hastings River and Central Ranges regions.