Here's a six pack for all you seasonal drinkers out there. In the heat of summer, often the last thing you'll want is a bold red or a heavy white, so we've catered with some lighter, fresher wines for those hotter days!
1 x Harvest Sauvignon Blanc 2017 - This is a lighter, fresher Sav Blanc from the Adelaide Hills. Think delicate passionfruit, bitter-sweet sherbert and fresh grass. A great sundowner, and a great match for SE Asian dishes.
1 x Walsh and Sons 'Little Poppet' 2016 - We love this wine. A blend of Chardonnay and Semillon from Margaret River, made naturally. Semillon gives the acid drive and freshness, and Chardonnay adds richness and texture. Citrus, peaches and mint leaves, reminiscent of homemade lemonade. Big glasses are a must!
1 x Olivers Taranga 'Chica' Rosa 2017 - Made from the Spanish variety Mencia. A smashing rose, with aromas and flavours of cucumber water, watermelon and cranberry tartness. This would be great with any kind of tapas. Ole!
1 x David Franz Grenache Noir 2015 - This is Barossa's answer to Pinot Noir - lightly extracted and highly aromatic Grenache, with vibrant red fruits, wet earth and spice driving through. The tannins are low, and the acid on balance, making this a refreshing red wine if there ever was one.
1 x Twisted Sticks Cabernet Shiraz 2015 - This is a summer pack, and a BBQ wine is obligatory. This is medium to full bodied Cab Shiraz blend, with dark fruits, briar and savoury earthen spices. It is not overly tannic, and will cope very well with any charred meats or vegetables.
1 x The Other Right Bright Young Pink 2018 - Petillant naturel, or 'pet nat,' is a natural style of sparkling wine. Fermented once, they are more fruit focused with softer acid, making them sensational drinking. This is made from Pinot Noir is a rose style, with soft bubbles and vibrant cherry and starwberry flavours.