To reduce the amount of Sulphur needed during the bottling process (normally used to help stabilise the wines) the winemakers at Mollydooker add a dose of Nitrogen instead! Nitrogen has less allergic reactions but it does have a tendency to compress the wine's flavour.
So when you buy a bottle of red wine from Mollydooker that is 2 years or younger it is recommended to give the bottle a good shake before pouring into your glass... No joke!
If you're a fan of big, bold Aussie Durif then you should try this new release
We've worked with Sam Trimboli for ages - he's spent 30-plus years racking up awards for wineries all over Australia. So when he decided it was time to go it alone, he gave us the call to introduce his wines to the UK
The first brilliant wine to roll out of his doors is this ... Black Duck Durif. It's concentrated, bold and rippling with spicy black fruit and toasted flavours thanks to the new oak barrels Sam treated it to
And the great news for you is – to thank us for supporting his wines over the years – you can save 25% if you buy a case of this historic release (link in our bio!)
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Just great wine with no set obligation. To your door and in your glass.
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Not that you needed any added incentive to attend @redseriesballarat but @vegasandrose will be coming along with their delicious goodies as well.
Cracking local drops paired with delicious local produce, just how we like to spend our time.
image credit: by @vegasandrose
This was the beginning of the first Printhie vineyard in July 1996, planted by Jim and Ruth Swift.
A light dusting of snow fell during construction of the 12Ha vineyard. Initially planted out with shiraz and cabernet, pinot gris and pinot noir have since been added.
The vines are now a mature 23 years old, providing the premium fruit for our Super Duper range. #tbthursday