Reed & Co are giving away 24 bottles of wine to 3 lucky winners.
Each wine has been hand-selected by our in-house wine sommelier, Tony Cox to by enjoyed for each of the 4 seasons of Noosa;
Sunny, Always sunny,
Warm and Perfect.
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Notes from our in-house wine sommelier and writer for In Noosa magazine, Tony Cox.
We have put together a stunning selection of wines, where you will receive 6 fantastic bottles each season for the next 12 months.
Spring into rose. Summer is effervescent. Autumn reflects the weight and power of chardonnay and pinot noir complements the subtlety and mildness of our winters.
Kicking off with Rose
I decided to make it nice and easy. Chateau d’Esclans Whispering Angel from Provence is perhaps the hottest Rose producer in the world today. It is easy to see why!
Owner Sacha Lichine has a long pedigree in wine. His family owned 2 chateaus in the Margaux Appellation of Bordeaux, Chateau Lascombes and Chateau Prieure Lichine.
When you combine this with the winemaking talents of Bertrand Leon who learnt his trade under his father, Patrick, who himself spent 23 years in the Mouton Rothschild Group, nothing is left to chance at Chateau d’Esclans. 6 bottles of this delicious rose for your drinking pleasure.
Sparkling & Champagne
I have gone for a range of styles including 3 different sparkling roses from Australia: Jansz Vintage from Tasmania, Deviation Road from Adelaide Hills and Dominique Portet from the Yarra Valley all different styles, all great drinks.
The other 3 are all from France. Louis Bouillot Grande Reserve Cremant de Bourgogne, NV Pol Roger, which needs no introduction, and Pierre Gimonnet & Fils Cuis 1er Cru Blanc de Blancs Grower Champagne. You get the raciness and freshness of the 100% chardonnay against the ripeness of the Cremant de Bourgogne contrasted with the power of the pinot noir focused house Pol Roger. A great lineup to add effervescence to your summer.
No white wine offers the diversity of styles that chardonnay offers. From nervy Premier Cru Chablis to the weight, richness and power of Greywacke chardonnay from Marlborough at the other end of the spectrum chardonnay has amazing contrast. With the key Australian regions of Margaret River, Yarra Valley, Mornington and Geelong all covered by wines including Vasse Felix Heytesbury, Tarrawarra Museum Release, Kooyong Faultline and By Farr your autumn will certainly be enjoyable.
Pinot Noir personifies the Noosa lifestyle – subtle, sophisticated, elegant it is the red wine that describes Noosa to a T. I have again showcased the best regions from Australia & NZ offering only leading producers. Ata Rangi from Martinborough, Two Paddocks Fusilier by Sam Neill and Valli Gibbston vineyard both in Otago, Kooyong Single Vineyard from Mornington, Tarrawarra from Yarra Valley, Freycinet from the ever-humble Claudio Radenti in Tasmania. Regardless of the weather conditions your “winter” will be something to look forward to.
Promotion Ends – September 30th, 5pm AEST, 2019