Wine Flight #2021 : Multi Regional Christmas Day Family Round Trip

by Wine and Co NSW

$278.00 GST Included


Hosting the fam’ for Chrissy ? Give them a treat with this wine flight of signature wines from Australia’s most popular regions. With this selection from co-pilot Damien McManus, wine guru in the Hunter Valley, your Christmas wine list is sorted!

This order will comprise of:
2 X Bottles of Stonehurst Museum Release Semillon 2013 (Hunter Valley, NSW)
Scents of honeysuckle and citrus, with vibrant flavours of lime and lemongrass, and bright minerality.

2 X Bottles of Shottesbrooke Estate Series Sauvignon Blanc 2021 (Adelaide Hills, SA)
Delightful aromas of zesty lime, gooseberries and enticing tropical fruit create an abundance of layers which add interest to the bouquet.

2 X Bottles of Yearling Station Chardonnay (Yarra Valley, VIC)
Lemon, lime and pear fruit focus with floral notes. A beautiful palate supported by toasted almond oak characters.

2 X Bottles of Maverick Aged Silkroad Shiraz 2016 (Barossa Valley, SA)
Blackcurrant and plum richness with vanilla, smoked game, toasted spice and cedar characters on the nose.

2 X Bottles of Plantagenet ‘Three Lions’ Cabernet Merlot 2018 (Margaret River, WA)
Red plums and blackcurrants with savory earth and chocolate.

2 X Bottles of Riversdale Estate Roaring 40s Pinot Noir 2018 (Tasmania)
Cool climate pinot from Tassie!

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What is a Wine Flight?

A wine flight starts with tasting one to six wines over time in a progressive order based on varietals,  vintages or regions.

A glass or tasting portion is poured of each wine in succession over a period of time (during a party or dinner) so each wine is progressively tasted.

The aim is to accumulate an appreciation of the wines and have each wine complement each other. White wines (think Riesling or Sauvignon Blanc) are often consumer during an appetizer or starter followed by Red wines during a main course (think Pinot Noir or Shiraz).

Wine Flights are a fun and educational way to enjoy wine and inspires conversations about each wine. You may decided on a wine flight focused on vintages from  say 2010 to 2020 or Chardonnay from the Hunter Valley. Other wine flights commence with a white and move onto a red, others will progress through various white wines into heavier red wines (for example, Pinot Noir to Cabernet Sauvignont to Durifs).

Like flying around the world, there’s many different ways to reach your destination and getting their is an often the best part of the adventure.

Wine and Co NSW

Wine and Co NSW’s has an award-winning portfolio showcasing true styles and varietals for the Hunter Valley.