Sula Vineyards is a winery and vineyard located in the Nashik region of western India, 180 km northeast of Mumbai. Since founded in 1999, Sula has grown to be India’s largest and most awarded wine brand.
Sula Sauvignon Blanc$36
Herbaceous, crisp and dry, with aromas of bell peppers, intermingled with tropical fruits like passion fruit and gooseberry (amla) with a racy, zingy finish. Aromas of cut grass, green peppers and spice. Gooseberry and racy acidity on the palate. Dry and crisp with a moderately long finish.
Layered aromas of honey and melon lead to a myriad complex flavours on the palate . With aromas of white peach and orange blossom, it is pleasant on the palate, with flavors of nectarine, grapefruit and rose petal and a soft floral finish.
Sula Dindori Reserve Shiraz$36
Deep purple colour, spices and smokiness on the nose followed by blackberries and black pepper on the palate. Hints of dark chocolate, vanilla and jammy fruit characters coming through, medium bodied with round tannins.
Trentham Family Moscato$28
Tropical and spritzy from Murray Darling, VIC
Juniper Crossing Chardonnay$36
Buttery and complex from Margaret River, WA
O’Leary Walker Riesling$39
Dry and crisp from Clare Valley, SA
Opawa Sauvignon Blanc$36
Tropical and herbaceous from Marlborough, NZ
Corte Giara Pinot Grigio$38
Crisp and light from Italy
Marc Bredif Vouvray$45
Aromatic and balanced from France
Tropical and medium-bodied from Hunter Valley, NSW