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An ideal style for celebrations and warm evenings, our Aurelia Prosecco displays a spritzy, fine bead of bubbles and a delicate pale straw colour. It is soft on the palate with delightful pear and citrus blossomnotes and a fruity, floral finish with bright, fresh acidity.
Aurelia [the golden one] captures the golden spirit of Champagne with a distinctively Australian style.
Aurelia Prestige Cuvée is crafted from Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grapes from specially selected cool climate sites in Pemberton, Western Australia – a region of great beauty, producing wines of renown. Harvested at night, the grapes were softly pressed to deliver an elegant structure, with malolactic fermentation and yeast lees maturation adding creaminess, richness and complexity. An elegant yet flavoursome sparkling wine, pale gold in colour, with vibrant apple and citrus notes and a creamy, lingering finish.
Derwent Estate is a state-of-the-art winery located just north of Hobart. Ideally positioned for cool climate viticulture, Tasmania is rapidly gaining a reputation as Australia’s premier Pinot Noir, Riesling and Sparkling wine region.
Finisterre: [Ends of the Earth] - Our constant pursuit of quality finds us among the great viticultural regions of Australia, each offering a unique combination of earth and climate, allowing vines to flourish and produce fruit with great balance. Hand harvesting, fruit sorting and intuitive winemaking delivers wines with clarity, purity, great texture and flavour expression.
At The Lane vineyard, the Edwards family step to the beat of their own drum. They dare to be different, can be irreverent, but are always authentic. Merging the best of European and Australian styles, they deliver handcrafted wines of sophistication, luxury and pleasure.
The Burge family name is synonymous with the Australian wine industry. The launch of Corryton Burge by the 6th Generation Brother and Sister duo; Trent and Amelia Burge is the next step in the families' winemaking journey. The brand is built upon the rich history surrounding the family property, Corryton Park Homestead.
Built in 1845, the vineyards were first planted in the 1851. As a young boy astride his horse, the duo’s father, Grant would often have cause to venture past the majestic old homestead. He had always admired the elegant, Georgian home with its picturesque gardens, surrounded by rolling hills, and daydreamed of one day living there. Some years later while courting his future wife Helen, Grant found himself once again transfixed by the property. He proclaimed that should the opportunity ever arise, he would buy Corryton Park for her and their future family.
Fast forward just a few more years and Corryton Park had two new and very happy owners. While Grant turned his attention to replanting the vineyard, Helen focused on resurrecting the ageing estate to its former glory. Now, Corryton Park Homestead is the central place the family comes together, family weddings and milestone birthdays amongst the events celebrated there. It is a place where friends and family come together to share the joy of wine and has become the centrepiece of, and inspiration behind, Corryton Burge wines.
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