Orlando Printz Shed Northern Barossa Shiraz 2018 $40 Sourced from the legendary Greenock and Ebenezer blocks, this shiraz is clean, spice-soaked and boosted with blackcurrant characters. There are liquorice and pepper layers edged with vanilla and smoke. The tannins are muscular and lengthy and add great texture to the dry, fine-grained finish.
Orlando Lyndale Adelaide Hills Chardonnay 2019 $47 If this is your introduction to cool climate Adelaide Hills chardonnay, then strap on your stirrups and stick down your velcro because this will shake your timbers. Fresh grapefruit and peach-driven punchiness, citrus and apple notes and a luscious lick of toasty oak and creamy almond layers make … Read More
Orlando Centenary Hill Heritage Vines Barossa Valley Shiraz 2015 $70 Orlando Wines, Barossa Valley’s first commercial winery, is located in the city of Rowland Flat, South Australia. The first vines that were cuttings of Rieslings from Germany were planted by founder Johann Gramp in 1847 in Barossa’s Jacobs Creek. This wine was under that brand … Read More
Orlando Lawson’s Padthaway Shiraz 2016 $70 Inky dark and oozing bold spices, dutch cocoa, layers of liquorice, blackcurrant and seasoned saddle leather, it’s a shiraz that’s so velvety, smooth and warm, it literally cuddles your tastebuds. Plump, plush and pulsing with energy and personality. I love it. Orlando
Orlando Steingarten Eden Valley Riesling 2019 $45 Steingarten was the first Riesling of its kind in Australia, setting the benchmark for cool-climate Riesling for the past 50 years. From the creation of the rocky vineyard that imitated the mountainous winemaking regions of Germany, to the innovative wine style, Steingarten is one of Australia’s most awarded … Read More
Either Hugo or I go… One of Australia’s most famous brands has had a major makeover. Not only has it given its label a bit of nip-and-tuck and indulged in an expensive set of extensions; it’s also visited the local council chambers, filled out the forms and instigated a name change. First launched in 1980 … Read More