Wine with Winsor – 300

Summer Quaffer
Kissing Booth 2016 Sauvignon Blanc

There are some terrific Marlborough sauvignon blancs from the 2016 vintage, and this is among the best value.

Fresh, vibrant and quintessentially Kiwi, it is a very good choice for affordable after-work quaffing.

There are passionfruit, melon, gooseberry and citrus notes to the fore in this mouth-puckeringly vibrant white with plenty of length and brisk acidity. Perfect with picnics, salads or grilled crustaceans. $16.


Coonawarra Classic
Zema Estate 2013 Cluny

Established in 1982 by Italians, Zema Estate is a small family-owned and operated winery located in the heart of the Coonawarra wine region. The Zemas are traditional in the ‘vine to wine’ process, using only 100% Coonawarra estate grown fruit.

This medium-bodied blend of cabernet sauvignon, merlot, cabernet franc and malbec is a stand out year after year and is only released when mature.

The 2013 is a new release – and darn delicious. $28.


Double pleasure
Kangarilla Road 2015 Duetto

The two Italian grape varieties vermentino and fiano have enjoyed increasing popularity in recent years.

Here they have been blended together in a most impressive way and named Duetto; the Italian word for a musical piece for two performers.

The wine is fresh and harmonious with textural elements added by the fermentation on skins of 20% of the fruit in old-style clay amphorae. Great with seafood dishes. $25.