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The Best Of Tasmania

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Draft one (its a bit messy) of my full folio.

Draft one (its a bit messy) of my full folio.

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    • Delamere: Pipers Brook, T asmania Chardonnay 2008 T 20 wines 2009 op Philip Rich: Australian Financial Review Magazine Grey Sands: Tamar Valley, Tasmania James Halliday wine guide 2010 5 Stars Kelvedon: East Cost, T asmania, James Halliday wine guide 2010 5 Stars Goaty Hill: T amar Valley, Tasmania James Halliday wine guide 2010 4.5 Stars Winstead: Bagdad, T asmania Instead 2008, T Gold "drink now class" op T wine show 2009 as TASMAN QUARTERMASTERS
    • Some sort of chatter explain me the folio and what I offer. :)
    • Grey Sands Vineyard Tamar Valley: Winemaker: Fran Austinn Viticulture: Bob & Rita Richter Gravelly sandy loam over hardpan mottled clay. Grey Sands Pinot Gris 2008 review Nick Stock The Penguin Good Australian Wine Guide 2010. "Certainly a category leader, this little Tasmanian vineyard is making a big Impression with this stunning pinot gris. With deeper colour and convincing complexity on the nose, this delivers plenty of ripe fruit and richness, a steely edge as well there’s honeyed melon and ginger, almost viognier like. The palate has a smooth, creamy middle palate texture, with flavours of poached pear and apple tarte tatin, some grilled nuts too. Very long spiced custard flavour at the finish and some fresh shortcrust pastry. Truly complex and engaging wine works a charm!" Score:96. The only entry in the ‘Best of the Best’ Pinot Gris & Pinot Grigio Category". Wine Year L.U.C. Glen Grey Merlot 2004 19.90 Pinot Gris 2008 39.90 Romaneque Red 2005 39.90 Pinot Noir 2007 49.90 The most powerful in folio. Merlot 2005 39.90 Classic Roast Lamb wine! Kelvedon Vineyard East Coast: Viticulturalist: Jack Cotton Winemaker: Julian Alcorso. Brown soil over dolerite. East Coast Tasmiania is our most consistent region, producing luscious, forward and deeply perfumed Pinot Noir. The bulk of this fruit is contracted to Hardies for the Bay of Fires and Arras wines. Every year Jack produces a few hundred cases of 100% estate fruit just to show off. To Quote James Halliday: "Pinots averaging 95+ its a superstar in the making" Wine Year L.U.C. Pinot Noir 2008 39.90 Sauvignon Blanc 2009 26.90 Perect with a beetroot salad
    • Winstead Vineyard Bagdad: Viticulturalist: Neil Snare Winemaker: Neil Snare. Carboniferous Shales. "The good news about Winstead is the outstanding quality of its extremely generous and rich Pinot Noirs, rivalling those of Freycinet for the abundance of their fruit flavour without any sacrifice of varietal character. The bad news is that production is so limited, with only 0.8 ha of pinot noir and 0.4 ha riesling being tended by fly fishing devotee Neil Snare and wife Julieanne" James Halliday Neil Snare has really got his ducks in a row. Young vines and some declassified oldvine fruit combine to deliver one of the great value Pinot Noir wines of the moment. Raspberry and dark cherry fruits here with a warmth and roundness amid bright upbeat acidity and silky smooth texture. Reviewed by: Nick Stock 93 points Focusing on elegance, structure and perfume while he turns his back on the jammy Grenache styles so many producers are attempting to create. These are wines of great complexity and massive ageworthiness. These are must have wines. Wine Year L.U.C. Blanc de Noirs 2004 39.90 Aperitif Style Oysters Gewurtztraminer 2008 22.90 Asian Pork Riesling 2007 22.90 Instead Pinot Noir 2008 27.90 Pinot Noir Estate 2006 39.90 Pinot Noir Reserve 2005 54.00 The most comlex of wines!
    • Goaty Hill Tamar Valley: Viticulturalist: Markus Maislinger Winemaker: Fran Austinn Sandy loam over limestone An emerging superstar of the Tamar Valley, showing amazing consistency over the last 5 vintages in bottle and an enviable book of customers for their fruit. Now with fully mature vines, they’are now making a serious crack at the premium wine market. The Pinot and Riesling are consistent show and Trophy winners. Wine Year L.U.C. Sauvignon Blanc 2009 26.90 Riesling 2008 26.90 Multi Trophy winner Chardonnay 2008 29.90 No splinters here! Pinot Noir 2008 34.90 Elegant delicate & etheral Metcalfe Valley Macedon Ranges, Vic: Viticulturalist: Matt Pattison Winemaker: Matt Pattison Decomposing granetic over heavy clay Ok I know I specialise in Tasmanian wines, but surely an indulgence is allowed? I love cold climate, spicy, intense, food loving Shiraz. On this assesment this is one of the best quality Shiraz around. Using knowledge gained while working for Sergio Carlei at Green Vineyards, Matt has guided the Metcalfe Valley Vineyards and Chookshed through a biodynamic conversion. We are going to see a great vineyard, with already great wines, truly announce itself as a benchmark wine in an already crowded Australian Shiraz scene. Mr Halliday again: "A beautiful young wine; a mix of red and black fruit; perfect balance and texture. Trophy winner Macedon Ranges Wine Exhibition. Rating 94 Drink 2013" Wine Year L.U.C. Sauvignon 2008 22.90 Barrel Fermented: whacky! Shiraz 2006 27.90
    • Delamere Pipers River Winemaker/ Viticuluturalist: Shane Holloway Deep red Ferrosol New owner and winemaker Shane Holloway reflects, One of the greatest feelings as a young winemaker is to have the opportunity to be so close and connected to the winemaking process from the vineyard to the bottle. Delamere is one of the original vineyards planted in the Pipers Brook region. The fertile soils on the property had previously lent themselves to the successful establishment of a wonderfully diverse fruit orchard and market garden. It was the pioneering vision of Richard and Dallas Richardson that in 1981 saw the more elevated areas of the property planted out to the classic cool climate cultivars of pinot noir and chardonnay. Over the last 25 years Delamere has forged a reputation as one of T asmania’s premium wine producers of both table and sparkling wines. Wine Year L.U.C. Blanc de Blancs 2005 35.90 Yeasty (croissants & fruit) Sparkling Rose NV 25.90" Christmas day (all day!) Rose 2008 18.90 Chardonnay 2008 25.90 almost sold out Pinot Noir 2008 39.90 for the cellar amazing!
    • Want to know more about Tasmanian Wine or Wine in General? "A Taste of Tasmania" • A selection of 5 wines (bubbles to big red) • Full notes • Entertaining, informative and yummy! • 35 per head (redeemable on every case purchase) • Catering available (from cocktail to full 5 courses) • Your place/ office/ mates house or we can organise a venue You like cheese? Here is an example below of a night I ran recently: • 6 wines • 6 handmade french Cheeses • A mix of T assie and French wine • 85 per head Will Studd Normandy Camembert & Manoir du Kinkiz: Cidre de Cornouailles A tradional cidre that shows a very "rustic" character. The producers do not use modern techniquies to "protect" the juice which allows for a bevvy of wild yeasts to run rampant during the fermentation proccess. This style of cidre production is the stuff of nightmares for modern industrial cideries. There is a massive variation from one batch to the next, something the french applaud as "terrior" with its etheral combination of soil, climate and vintage variation. Rouzaire Calendar Billat Savarin Winstead Blanc de Noirs 2004 A "white of blacks" sparkling which is 100% Pinot Noir from the bitterly cold vintage in 2004. A bad year for Red wine but perfect for Bubbles as it yielded grapes with low sugar levels and high acid levels. This low sugar/ high acid combination is what make’s a great sparking wine and a perfect cleanser when paired with a cheese as rich as this one. Jacquin Traditional Berry Cendre Goaty Hill Pinot Noir 2008 I’ll let James Halliday do the talking on this one: "Brilliant clarity to the colour; spice and red fruit aromas, then a palate quivering with life and intensity; a long, fine finish with gossamer tannins." 94 points, drink to 2015
    • Mixed Cases: Christmas Day: A selection of the very best to get you from Breakfast to Boxing Day 3x Deleamere Blanc de Blancs: Very Flexible Great with frittata, seafood and turkey 3xMetcalfe Sauvignon: T oasty and Minerally this wine gives back a little bit of street cred to Savvy. Perfect with Ham and white meats, interesting enough to drink by itself 3x Grey Sands Pinot Gris: Just because its wow! Handy as a last minute present to a wine lover too. 3x Kelvedon Pinot Noir: with intense berry fruits you can carry this through the pudding & keep enjoying it till the afternoon siesta kicks in..... $355 (save $60) Holiday’s away: lots of time with friends in the sun with a couple of serious wines for a serious meal: 3x Delamere Rose: Made from Pinot Noir it will hold its own with most foods plus its a great afternoon quaffer with a book 3x Goaty Hill Riesling: Its Rielsing but not as you know it, textural, zippy, far too easy to drink and built for summer drinkning (great with shellfish) 3x Winstead "Instead" Pinot: Oodles of fresh fruity Pinot with some underlying beetroot character. Enough power to convert the most ardent of shiraz drinkers and enough complextiy to please hard core pinotphiles. 3x Grey Sands Pinot Noir: Big brooding, powerful and incredibly complex. Open it Monday to drink T uesday at its best. A real special occasion wine. $315 (save $55) All the Greatest Pinot: 5 regions 5 completley different/ brilliant Tassie Pinot and a Shiraz because you can! 2x Goaty Hill: The most feminine elegant and delicate of our Pinots. Amazing perfume 2x Winstead Reserve: My personal favorite, leather, spice, blueberris, sour cherries, drying and superfine tannins. Drinking at its absolute peak! 2x Delamere: This ones a pup, right now black fruits and small goods and heaps of heavy tannins to back up its weight. 2x Kelvedon: 2x Grey Sands: 2x Metcalfe Shiraz $415 (save 75)
    • Delamere Blanc de Blancs Pipers Brook 2005 35.90 Delamere Sparkling NV Pipers Brook NV 25.90 Winstead Blanc de Noirs Southern Highlands 2004 39.90 Delamere Rose Pipers Brook 2008 18.90 Metcalfe Sauvignon Blanc Macedon Vic. 2008 22.90 Kelvedon Sauvignon Blanc Central East Coast 2009 26.90 Goaty Hill Sauvignon Blanc Tamar Valley 2009 26.90 Winstead Gewurtztraminer Southern Highlands 2008 22.90 Grey Sands Pinot Gris Tamar Valley 2008 39.90 Winstead Riesling Southern Highlands 2007 22.90 Goaty Hill Riesling Tamar Valley 2008 26.90 Goaty Hill Chardonnay Tamar Valley 2008 29.90 Delamere Chardonnay Pipers Brook 2008 25.90 Winstead Pinot Noir Instead Southern Highlands 2008 27.90 Goaty Hill Pinot Noir Tamar Valley 2008 34.90 Kelvedon Pinot Noir Central East Coast 2008 39.90 Winstead Pinot Noir Estate Southern Highlands 2006 39.90 Delamere Pinot Noir Pipers Brook 2008 39.90 Grey Sands Pinot Noir Tamar Valley 2006 49.90 Winstead Pinot Noir Reserve Southern Highlands 2005 54.00 Glen Grey Merlot Tamar Valley 2004 19.90 Grey Sands Merlot Tamar Valley 2005 39.90 Grey Sands Romanesque Red Tamar Valley 2005 39.90 Metcalfe Shiraz Macedon 2006 27.90
    • Stuart Addison stuart@tasmanquartermasters.com 0423 100 711 (03) 9005 5855 P.O Box 9 World Trade Center Melbourne 8005