A collection of wines that capture and retain the natural, vibrant flavours and splendour of the Oxford Landing vineyard
USA & CANADA ONLY Cabernet Sauvignon is the original and oldest planting at Oxford Landing with some vines in excess of 40 years old. These vines are believed to be some of the first planted in the region.
This is a distinctive wine style for which Australia is famous. Some of the Cabernet Sauvignon fruit is sourced from vines that were planted over 40 years ago, and this has contributed to the wine's intense flavour and structure. Shiraz has helped fill out the middle palate and has added richness to the blend.
Tropical fruit, melons ands figs - flavours and aromas that are determined in the vineyard - dominate in this crisp, ripe Chardonnay. From the winery come the soft, nutty characters that are the result of malolactic fermentation, extended lees contact and subtle American oak influence.
Deep crimson in colour and laden with rich fruit flavour and warmth, this exuberant young Merlot invites immediate drinking. A medium-bodied dry red, it also has the structure to enable it to improve with up to three years' cellaring. The wine's supple tannins are matched with spicy and peppery characters interwoven with ripe berry fruit and a hint of vanillin oak.
Pale straw with light green hues the Pinot Grigio has lifted aromas of pear and apple with a hint of rockmelon. Vibrant and fresh this wine has intense flavours of freshly cut apple and nashi pear, finishing with a revitalising crispness.
This Rosé is pale pink in colour with salmon hues, it displays lifted aromas of cherry berry, fresh satsuma plum and blackberry nip. On the palate the wine is bright, with fresh fruit flavours of cherries, raspberries, fresh plum, blackberry and capsicum. A richly fruited and generous mid palate with a definitive and well structured acid backbone gives this wine amazing purity and clarity.
This fresh, lively Sauvignon Blanc shows classical varietal character with grassy, nettle-leaf, lemon and grapefruit aromas. The palate is delightfully crisp and refreshing with tropical fruit and gooseberry characters. Natural grape acid provides a zesty finish to this very approachable wine.
A medium bodied wine showing an intense crimson red colour and a bright purple hue. The aroma is of dark cherries and cloves with a subtle oak influence. Vibrant flavours of ripe berry fruits and stewed plums on the palate are made more complex by mocha chocolate characters and balanced by a soft and luscious mid-palate texture.
The first Viognier was planted at Oxford Landing in 1993, and the wines made from the fruit from these vines show the classic Viognier flavours and aromas of white flowers, some musk and stone fruit as well as freshness and zest.