"Introduction to Wine" Wine Pack

"Introduction to Wine" Wine Pack

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The 'Introduction to Wine' wine pack is a selection of six wines that pair perfectly with any stage of your wine education journey. We recommend this pack to new students of the Halliday Wine Academy Introduction to Wine online course. This is also the perfect pack for any wine lover looking to broaden their palate.

Your pack includes:

  • Delamere Vineyards Cuvée Non Vintage Tasmania
    • "Excellent tension and drive across the palate with a porcelain line of acidity, pure citrus and apple tones finishing long, true and moreish." – Dave Brookes, 94 points
    • Rieslingfreak No.2 Polish Hill River Riesling 2022 Clare Valley
      • "The texture is impressive, too, chalky, puckering and very, very dry through its grand extension of flavour. Superstar." – Mike Bennie, 96 points
    • Xanadu Wines Chardonnay 2022 Margaret River
      • "At first, this offers hedonistic pleasure as it’s supple and inviting with layers of flavour deep and rich. It’s savoury and quite plush with lots of texture via cashew-like creamy lees, but it’s also not overworked." – Jane Faulkner, 95 points
    • Medhurst Estate Vineyard Rosé 2023 Yarra Valley
      • "Estate-grown cabernet sauvignon and shiraz are hand picked and whole-bunch pressed, the bouquet intensely spicy, the palate full to overflowing with juicy red berries, the lingering finish reassuringly dry. Well worth the price." – James Halliday, 95 points
    • Onannon Pinot Noir 2023 Mornington Peninsula
      • "It’s excellent. Aromatic, enticing, savoury and spicy, full of cherries and pips, Middle Eastern spices, a hint of mint and just a skerrick of oak...it fits the bill perfectly for a drink-now pinot." – Jane Faulkner, 95 points
    • The Willows Vineyard G Seven Shiraz 2022 Barossa Valley
      • "Full bodied yet light and fresh with impressive fruit purity and detail, tight, layered gypsum-dust tannins lending the formwork and a brisk, briny acid driveline finishing fruit-pure and spicy." – Dave Brookes, 95 points