Australia and tasmania

The wines of Australia and Tasmania

New to Castang Wines June 2016. Shipping a few trial cases of this 'local named' Australian wine.

Polperro from Landividdy Vineyard, Shoreham, Victoria, Australia

Our premium, single vineyard label making wines from our vineyards in the Mornington Peninsula. Specialising in Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Gris.

Landividdy Lane Vineyard produces Polperro wine, but in Melbourne, Australia

Locally named Polperro Wine from Landaviddy Vineyard
Our Landividdy Lane vineyard is located on Tucks Road in Shoreham. Our Pinot Noir MV6 Clone vines were first planted here in 1992, and reside on a gentle southwest facing slope with the vine rows running in a north, northeast direction. The vineyard is situated 160m above sea level, and is sheltered by a valley that is moderated by the cooling Bass Strait sea breeze, allowing for gradual ripening 

Super premium wines £27.50 + VAT Per Case £330.00

www.polperrowines.com.au

Bin No. preceeds wine
SOUTH & SOUTH EAST AUSTRALIA
RED
AU-021.   Shiraz. Waters Edge. NV.
Soft and rounded with ripe berry fruit flavours. Well balanced fruit and a light spicy finish.
Per Bottle £5.45                                            Per Case £65.40
AU-117.   Shiraz. One World Ocean Point. 2015/16. Riverland.
An enticing wine with a rich red-berry nose and a big but subtly fruity palate.
Per Bottle £5.35                                            Per Case £64.20
AU-080.    Shiraz. Puzzle Ridge. 2015/16. Berton Vineyards. New South Wales.
Spicy white pepper, ripe plums and smoky oak prevail The rich palate is well balanced with oak and leads to a lingering finish.
Per Bottle £6.15                                            Per Case £73.80
AU-302.   Shiraz. Dry River. S.E Australia. 2016/17.
Deep and inky red in colour. There is  a nose of smoky rich fruits with a touch of mint. Smooth and rich on the palate with spicy flavours of berry fruits and a very concentrated finish.
Per Bottle £5.30                                            Per Case  £63.60
AU-304.    Shiraz.  Murphy’s Big River. Murray Darling. 2015/16
Rich aromas of plums, dark berries and hints of classic shiraz black pepper. There are notes of liquorish on the palate with soft, rounded tannins, with a well-balanced long finish.
Per Bottle £5.75                                            Per Case £69.00
AU-016.   Shiraz. Curious. 2014/15. McPherson.
Subtly integrated American oak balances with ripe plums and blackberries. The wine has intense aromas of dark fruits and shows excellent structure and length.
Per Bottle £6.45                                            Per Bottle £77.40
AU-094.   Shiraz. Foundstone. 2015/16. Berton Estates.
There are vanillin cigar-box and black cherries on the nose, followed by a rich palate showing lovely ripe fruit and complex hints of spice and herbs.
Per Bottle £7.40                                            Per Case £88.80
AU-018.   Shiraz. Premium range. 2015/16. McPherson.
Soft tannins create a supple and smooth wine with impressive length. There are aromas of dark fruits and spice. Ripe plums and blackberries are integrated with light American Oak.
Per Bottle £7.15                                            Per Case £85.80
AU-053                   The Black Shiraz. Metal Label. 2015/16. Berton Estates.
Deeply coloured wine with intense spicy flavours. The perfect choice for rich dishes or to enjoy anytime.
Per Bottle £8.70                                            Per Case £104.40
AU-023.   Shiraz Reserve. Berton Estate. Barossa. 2011/12.
Powerful and complex aromas with a wealth of fruit. These flavours abound on the full rich palate and are underpinned by fine vanillin oak and exciting spicy tannins.
Per Bottle £10.60                                          Per Case £127.20
AU-225.   Shiraz. Bethany. 2012/13. Barossa Valley.
Deep vibrant colour with a wonderful bouquet of dark forest fruits. There is an elegant full and flavorsome palate with a lingering finish of fruit, spice and restrained oak.
Per Bottle £12.80                                          Per Case £153.60
AU-233.   Basket Press Shiraz. Rockfords. 2005. Barossa Valley.
This was one of the first wines to be produced from old vines and remains today one of the great Barossa reds. A collector’s item with very limited supplies.
Per Bottle £38.75                                          Per Case £465.00
AU-224.   Grenache. Old Vine Grenache. Bethany. 2012. Barossa Valley.
Skin fermented for a week, the pressings were kept separate from the free run juice; hence the lingering rich raspberry tastes and delicious soft finish.
Per Bottle £10.95                                          Per Case £131.40
AU-097.   Shiraz/Cabernet. Moonstone Ranch. 2016/17.
Nice red fruits in an easy drinking style.
Per Bottle £5.40                                            Per Case £64.80
AU-015.                  Cabernet/Shiraz. Penfolds Bin 389. 2009.
Bright, deep-red, with an impenetrable core. A complex amalgam of fresh red fruits laced with soy & malt, and slices of fresh fig & dates.  Textbook structure: ripe with stylish oak! No doubt its best lies ahead for this “Baby Grange”.
Per Bottle £POA                                            Per Case £POA
AU-079.                  Puzzle Ridge Merlot 2015/16.
                Silky and delicious with ripe plummy flavours and a long finish.
Per Bottle £6.15                                            Per Case £73.80
AU-078.                  Head Over Heels Cabernet Merlot 2012/13.
Well defined varietal characteristics. Soft, yet full bodied with rich ripe fruit.
Per Bottle £6.25                                            Per Case £75.00
AU-095.   Merlot. Foundstone. 2015/16. Berton Estates.
There are violets and smoky oak on the nose with soft raspberry, vanilla and liquorice on the palate. The tannins are fine and soft with a long finish.
Per Bottle £7.40                                            Per Case £88.80
AU-111.   Polperro Pinot Noir. 2015/16. By Even Keel Wines. Mornington Peninsular.
Pure nose of sweet strawberries and cherries with deeper notes of darker berries, fruits and forest floor. There are well constructed tannins sitting inside a firm acid line, enveloped with plush fruits. Exclusively imported by Castang.
Per Bottle £27.50                                          Per Case £330.00
AU-050.    Pinot Noir. Tyrrell’s Old Winery. 2015/16. Hunter Valley.
A soft but generously flavoured style with sweet aromas of berries and mushroom. The palate is long with a smooth texture and concentrated with rich fruit, subtle oak and smooth tannins.
Per Bottle £9.15                                            Per Case £109.80
AU-306.   Pikes “The Red Mullet”.  Clare Valley. 2015/16.
Aromas of ripe black and red fruits including, black cherry, mulberry and raspberry with hints of white pepper and mint. A medium weight palate is supported by fine tannins, balanced acidity, good texture, and a long finish.
Per Bottle £9.20                                            Per Case £110.40
WHITE
AU-116.   Chardonnay. One World Ocean Point. 2014/15. Riverland.
Aromas of orange zest and ripe pear lead to a round mouth-filling experience.
Per Bottle £5.35                                            Per Case £64.20
AU-022.   Chardonnay. Waters Edge. S.E. Australia.
Medium dry with a good bouquet, and vibrant tastes of apple, pear and tropical fruits.
Per Bottle £5.45                                            Per Case £65.40
AU-301.   Chardonnay. Dry River. S.E. Australia. 2016/17.
Light straw in colour, displaying an enticing nose of peach, citrus and lemon aromas. Tropical fruit flavours and a luscious mouth feel complement each other to produce a crisp clean finish.
Per Bottle £5.35                                            Per Case £64.20
AU-081.   Chardonnay. Puzzle Ridge. 2015/16. Berton Vineyards. New South Wales.
Generous aromas of passionfruit and mango with hints of honey and vanilla. The palate is rich and creamy with peach and sweet citrus flavours leading to a persistent finish.
Per Bottle £6.15                                            Per Case £73.80
AU- 112.  Polperro Chardonnay.” Landaviddy Lane”. 2015/16. By Even Keel Wines. Mornington Peninsula.
An expressive nose of lemon curd backed by refreshing dried wild herbs. There is a generous palate of lemon sorbet, nutmeg, white pepper and minerals. Strong direct acid, rounded off with a fleshy body. Exclusively imported by Castang.
Per Bottle £27.50                                          Per Case £330.00
AU-020.   Chardonnay. Premium Range. 2015/16. McPherson. 
Very subtle light oak compliments the rich Chardonnay tropical flavours. A fruit driven wine with a delicate creamy texture and a fresh palate.
Per Bottle £7.15                                            Per Case £85.80
AU-093.   Chardonnay. Foundstone. 2015/16. Berton Estates.
There is a rich creamy mouth feel with obvious tropical fruits. Un-oaked with good acidity underpins the flavours and keeps them lingering on the palate.
Per Bottle £7.40                                            Per Case £88.80
AU-303.   Unoaked Chardonnay. Murphy’s Big River. Murray Darling. 2016/17.
Honeydew melon and white peach cascade from the glass and onto the palate. Tropical aromas, with a soft fresh taste.
Per Bottle £5.75                                            Per Case £69.00
AU-096.   Chardonnay. Moonstone Ranch. 2015/16.
Per Bottle £5.40                                            Per Case £64.80
AU-062    .               Verdelho. Old Winery. 2015/16. Tyrells. Hunter Valley.
A fruit salad of aromas on the nose. The palate is also of tropical fruits, with zesty, sherbet-like acidity. Unoaked, the wine is lively and refreshing. The honey flavours are complimented by a crisp lemon finish.
Per Bottle £9.15                                            Per Case £109.80                                                                                                      
AU-223.   Semillon. Bethany. 2014. Barossa Valley.
The complex varietal aromas and tastes of honey and tangerine dominate this wine, with light oak characteristics.
Per Bottle £10.45                                          Per Case £125.40
AU-063.    Eden Valley Riesling. Bethany. 2011/14. Barossa Valley.
Crisp and refreshing, with a very delicate and expressive apple blossom bouquet. There is a great balance between harmonious fruit flavours and natural acidity.
Per Bottle £10.65                                          Per Case £127.80
AU-077.   Head Over Heels Semillion Sauvignon 2014/15.
Zesty, fresh wine with aromas of limes and a crisp long finish.
Per Bottle £6.25                                            Per Case £75.00
AU-019.   Premium Sauvignon Blanc. 2016/17. McPherson. 
There are good aromas of capsicum, gooseberry and passion fruit. The well-defined herbaceous character adds complexity and depth to the lively and fresh palate.
Per Bottle £7.15                                            Per Case £85.80
AU-300.   Pinot Grigio, Dry River. S.E. Australia. 2016/17.
Pale lemon in colour, and displaying a powerful bouquet of citrus blossom, lime and grapefruit. On the palate, there are flavours of green apple, pear and tropical fruits which balance the crisp acidity.
Per Bottle £5.30                                            Per Case £63.60
AU-052.   Viognier. Metal Label. 20114/15. Berton Estates.
Peachy fruit, with a creamy smooth texture. A wine of considerable structure and finesse.
Per Bottle £8.70                                            Per Case £104.40
AU-043.   Vermentino. Metal Label.2015/16. Berton Vineyards. South Australia.
A very refreshing crisp vibrant wine with spicy lemon notes.                  
Per Bottle £8.70                                            Per Case £104.40
AU-305.   Pikes. “ The White Mullet”. Clare Valley. 2015/16.
A blend of Riesling, Savignan and Fiano. Pale with fresh zesty aromas of citrus, stonefruit, honeysuckle and a pleasant minerality. Bright and fresh with a zingy acidity balancing the core of fruit flavours.
Per Bottle £9.20                                            Per Case £110.40
AU-988.   Botrytis Semillon. 37.5cl. Barossa. Berton Vineyards 2013/15.
Tropical fruit aromas with a hint of citrus and a harmonious luscious middle palate, followed by tantalising complex acidity.
Per Half Bottle £8.80                                   Per Case (12) £105.60
ROSE/BLUSH
AU-101.   McPherson Moscato. Victoria. 2015/16. Low Alcohol 5.5%.
Lively and fresh with aromas of rose petals and musk. A slight spritz tickles the palate leaving a clean finish with a touch of sweetness.                
Per Bottle £4.95                                            Per Case £59.40


WESTERN AUSTRALIA

WESTERN AUSTRALIA

WHITE
AU-085.  Vermentino. Impavido. 2016/17. Vinaceous. Mount Barker.
Very delicate lemon and white peach aromas, with brilliant acidity. Crisp and clean with good minerality and a racy finish.
Per Bottle £10.10                                          Per Case £121.20
AU-086.  Chardonnay. Shakre. 2014/15. Vinaceous. Margaret River.
Full flavoured Chardonnay exhibiting fresh and bright aromas with an underlying textural complexity from the subtle oak maturation.
Per Bottle £10.10                                          Per Case £121.20
AU-083.  Riesling. The Right Reverend V. Temperantia. 2014/15. Virtue Vineyard. Mount Barker.
A lavish bouquet of floral aromatics and citrusy spice. An ultra-clean pure and restrained Riesling. Great with oysters!
Per Bottle £10.95                                          Per Case £131.40
RED
AU-082.  Cabernet Sauvignon. Svengali. 2014/15. Vinaceous. Margaret River.
The fruit is dark and fragrant and luscious on the palate. There is great length with soft regal tannins from oak barriques.
Per Bottle £10.75                                          Per Case £129.00
AU-084.  Syrah. The Right Reverend V. Benevolentia. 2014/15. Virtue Vineyard. Frankland & Mount Barker.
Deep purple and racier red pepper fruits combine to produce a rich structure with the full spicy and savoury flavours of classic Syrah. Matured in new and old French oak.
Per Bottle £11.60                                          Per Case £139.20

Winelist updated June 2017

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