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Sparkling Lily NV

Mellow White

Semillion Sauvignon Blanc

Verdelho 2011

Merlot 2010

Mellow Red

Cabernet Shiraz

Water Lily Dessert Wine

Tawny Port


Welcome to our current range


Sparkling Lily NV


Mellow White

A favourite of many this light sweet wine is very easy on the pallet. A sweet blend of white wine that is delicious on its own and compliments spicy Thai dishes particularly well. This is a blend of fruit that didn’t make it to the varietal wines as demanded by many of our customers.


Semillion Sauvignon Blanc

Now for something completely different to the other whites in our range. The crisp citrus tropical flavours make this blend a very refreshing wine. Please remove the Dragonfly Rose from the wine list.


Verdelho 2011

Lively, fruity and fresh with light citrus zest this is a great drinking wine. Lovely floral aromas distinctive of a Verdelho. This wine is made from a blend of both Wootton and Upper Hunter fruit. Hand picked, stored in stainless steel and bottled under stelvin. A very versatile food wine - I havent found anything that doesn’t go with Verdelho yet! Pork works exceptionally well for us.


Merlot 2010

This Merlot is made from Hunter fruit and has been stored in French oak barrels for approx 6 months. This is a mouth filling, fruity Merlot which is drinking nicely now and will continue to develop with further cellaring.

Mellow Red

Its been a while but we have finally made another one….the sweet red made from Chambourcin. Lightly chilled….or not, this wine is for those that enjoy sweet red wine that is very easy drinking.


Cabernet Shiraz

This blend works so well together and makes for a well balanced wine with good fruit flavours balanced with soft tannin. A good red with anything from the BBQ or a nice winter roast.


Water Lily Dessert Wine

A light sweet late picked Semillon dessert wine. An uncomplicated dessert wine this goes exceptionally well with fruit based desserts or alternatively with a big blue cheese!


Tawny Port

This has been described as “liquid caramel”. Nice warmth yet not too rich and heavy as some ports can be. Surprisingly and scarily drinkable – it walks out the door by the truckload…so something works here!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Great Lakes Wines 2008