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  1. 2017 The Stump Jump White Blend, d'Arenberg

    Riesling gives the finesse and class to this wine, Sauvignon blanc adds loads of aromatics, and the Marsanne and Roussanne provide complexity, weight and nuttiness to the palate. The resulting wine is an exotic mix of citrus, stone fruits, passionfruit, guava and tinned pineapple which develops into a long savoury, nutty like finish. The mouthfeel is rich and luscious without being overly oily, kept in check by a fine line of mineral acidity.

  2. 2016 The Broken Fishplate Sauvignon Blanc, Hillbillies, d'Arenberg

    An incredibly intense aromatic display of
    lifted gooseberry, kaffir lime, and freshly cut
    pineapple entices you to keep your nose in
    the glass where subtle hints of crushed
    lemongrass, and just-snapped snow pea also
    start to emerge. This symphony of
    aromatics literally leaps out of the glass at
    you. The mouth-watering palate is driven by
    tropical fruit characters which dance in step
    with an extreme linear acidity that keeps all
    of those heady flavours in balance, wrapped
    tightly together on a long and fine finish.
    Enjoy this wine chilled, in its youth, with
    intensely flavoured Asian spiced dishes. Or
    simply open a bottle anytime you want to
    feel summery.

  3. 2016 The Noble Wrinkled Riesling, d'Arenberg

    This wine is clean, concentrated and refreshing. The nose is lifted with an abundance of honey and citrus notes and the palate is full of lemon pie, honey dew and quince paste flavours. The acidity is tight but forgiving, resulting in a beautifully balanced wine with a long finish.

  4. 2016 The Hermit Crab Viognier/Marsanne, Originals, d'Arenberg

    The Viognier certainly takes centre stage on the nose in the guise of stone fruits, candied ginger and florals. In the background for those keen on honing their senses, Marsanne adds slightly more exotic notes of green mango, hay and almond. The palate has a lovely medium bodied weight to it, without any of that oiliness that over ripe Viognier can deliver. Precise acid throughout and a mild pithy texture on the finish ensure freshness and spice to keep the sweetness of the fruit in check.

  5. 2015 The Olive Grove Chardonnay, Originals, d'Arenberg

    The wine displays lovely peach and creamy notes, with an oyster shell minerality that runs through the palate. Full flavoured and textured but with a vibrant acidity and a long lingering finish, this wine delivers a plethora of stone fruit, blossoms and savoury notes. The oak influence is minimal allowing the true flavours of the fruit to shine.

  6. 2013 The Stump Jump GSM, d'Arenberg

    The Shiraz offers dark plum fruits, mulberries and licorice with plenty of concentration, depth and velvety tannin.
    The Grenache adds a lovely lusciousness to the wine with raspberry, blueberry and floral notes adding prettiness.
    Both of the afore mentioned varieties also give a little white pepper character which has been accentuated in the cooler vintage and really acts as a point of interest.
    Finally, the Mourvedre provides a perception of elegance and restraint through its red fruits with a hint of dried herb and fine chalky tannin.

  7. 2016 The Stump Jump Chardonnay, d'Arenberg

    A fruit driven yet refreshing Chardonnay.
    Loads of stonefruit, pear drop, florals and
    tropical notes. The palate is sleak and long
    but with enough generosity to round out
    any harsh edges. A touch of spice and
    woodiness is added from the subtle use of
    old French oak, no chariness or sweet
    coconut character mind you. Clean and
    fresh and immensely slurpable.

  8. 2014 d'Arry's Original Shiraz Grenache, d'Arenberg

    The d''Arrys Original is a crowd favourite for
    more than sentimental reasons. The 2014
    version has a lifted bouquet full of mixed
    fruit and baking spices, complimented by
    ever so subtle fresh leather and sandalwood
    notes. The palate is surprisingly quite
    elegant but again the complexity of flavours
    really sets it apart as a wine. There is a
    wonderful balance between acid and fruit
    sweetness that leaves this wine right in the
    zone. Whilst the fruit adds generosity, the
    fine acid sits it up in the palate giving lovely
    shape which translates into freshness. The
    tannins also, whilst playing a role, are
    beautifully integrated leaving us with a fine
    drying sensation onto which the remnants
    of fruit cling. Undoubtedly one of the best
    value wines in the d''Arenberg stable, a level
    of sophistication rarely seen at this price
    point. Sure to please in youth yet with a
    promise to develop ever greater range and
    refinement.

  9. 2013 The High Trellis Cabernet Sauvignon d'Arenberg

    This is a wine of great presence, loaded with
    classic Cabernet Sauvignon characters of
    cassis, plums, cedar, red capsicum and
    violets. Despite the depth and complexity of
    the fruit, the palate remains true to
    Cabernet form, providing a sleek mouthfeel
    framed by a long line of fine, chalky tannins.
    Powerful, aromatic, persistent and
    charming all at once. While this wine offers
    enough fruit to be enjoyed in youth, expect
    5-8 further years of careful cellaring to
    enhance its overall quality and enjoyment.

  10. 2016 The Money Spider Roussanne, d'Arenberg

    This wine is straw yellow with a pretty
    green hue. It has aromas of citrus, pineapple
    and honeydew melon. The palate is textural
    and exotic and tastes of vibrant mango,
    papaya and green melon. Tangy acidity
    rounds out the wine beautifully and
    contributes to a long, spicy finish.

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