What better way to spoil ya Ma than with our Mother's Day vino mix? This pack is based on what our mum's love to drink. Double the bubbles, double the Rose, aromatic Pinot Gris and an elegant Pinot Noir from Tassie. Get 'em chilled in the morning, crack a couple with lunch and then get stuck into the afternoon. Raise a glass to mum because it's her special day!
Wanna get real boujee? You can sub out a bottle of Artium fizz for a bottle of Andre Clouet Grand Reserve Brut Champagne for an extra $35.
What's in it?
Billy Button Prosecco
Jo Marsh is the undisputed Aussie queen of alternate varietals and by default that makes her a master of all things Italian (in vino). She’s been working on a prosecco project for the last few years which touches on all of it’s delicious styles. This is a classic, super dry take with heaps of crunchy green apple and refreshing citrus. It could be a hell of a nice way to start your Mother’s Day. You could even use it in a spritz!
Artium Method Traditional Sparkling
Made by Simon Greenleaf, Artium Method Traditional is a nod to the great wines of champagne. The winemaking is just shy of what the French would undertake to make NV Champers. It’s a blend of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir with a year on lees in bottle. It shows some beautiful toasty notes and is made complete by perfume of fresh cream and baked apple. Don’t let the closure put you off, this is the real deal!
2017 Scorpo Pinot Gris
The best Pinot Gris in Australia! Controversial? Perhaps, but for many years, totally undisputed. Paul Scorpo grows his grapes organically and is totally hands off in the winery. The resulting wines perfectly capture the purity and quality of his Mornington Peninsula Estate. We get a palate that is reminiscent of a Nashi or Pear Tart and it’s more in the style of Alsace than Alto Adige with oodles of texture to back up its incredible flavour.
2019 Ministry of Clouds Rose
This wine is sooo beautiful, even just in the glass without drinking I get lost in the colour, I swear if you look at it closely the pink turns to a tinge of blue. It’s captivating. And so is the palate! A blend of Mataro and Cinsault, it sits on the drier end of the spectrum, a deliberately delicate expression of rose, turkish delight, and lifted spice. The palate is long and intense, with strawberry fruit, a lick of amaro bitters, and a little tannin to provide the whip-tale of resfreshment...
2019 Lightfoot and Sons Rose
This is super interesting, due to the bushfires in Gippsland and the surrounding areas of eastern Victoria in 2019 the gents at Lightfoot and Sons were forced to make a lot of their Pinot into rose. And while we love their Pinot, blimey this Rose is good! It’s crisp and dry with fragrant notes of strawberry and rose petal. It’s a delight!
2019 Hughes and Hughes Pinot Noir
Made by the Hughes brothers who are the brains behind Mewstone in Southern Tassie, this Pinot is a blend of fruit from Derwent and Coal River Valleys and should be pictured in the dictionary when you look up Pinot Noir. It offers concentration of flavour whilst being dainty and elegant. Sour cherry, dried herb, even sous bois if you will, are present on the nose and through the palate. It’s pretty and assertive! Like my mum, I guess!
Drink while listening to: Rumours - Fleetwood Mac
SIX PACK $140 DOZEN $265
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