- Hardy's Crest Chardonnay Sauvignon Blanc 2000
- Collavini Pinot Grigio 2001
- Pipers Brook Ninth Island Pinot Noir 2000
Hardy's Crest Chardonnay Sauvignon Blanc 2000 (Australia)
An unusual blend from down under – usually it's Chardonnay and
Semillon. Straw colour; buttery-peachy nose; tropical fruit and lime flavour
with a grassy note on the finish. Good acidity. Food matches: Chicken
salad, smoked trout.
Collavini Pinot Grigio 2001 (Italy)
Pinot Grigio is one of the fastest-growing categories of white wine. Pale
straw colour; citrus and white peach nose; fresh and lively on the palate
with a lemony, stony flavour. Decent length. Food matches: Oysters
and other shellfish.
Pipers Brook Ninth Island Pinot Noir 2000 (Tasmania, Australia)
A Burgundian-style Pinot Noir from Australia's coolest growing region.
Light purple colour; a nose of leather and cherries; nicely balanced and
elegant with a touch of residual sweetness. Worth the price. Food matches:
Veal chop, Brie.