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A unique blush Méthode Champenoise sparkling wine made from Cabernet Sauvignon grapes from Lamont’s own Swan Valley ‘back block’ vineyard. Light red berry fruits with a subtle hint of biscuit, it’s full flavoured with a satisfying dry finish. Delightfully different. Alc/Vol 12.5 Enjoy in the short to medium term ‘Picking at a bowl of pistachios, or simple shaved ham on well-buttered sourdough, makes this dinner party starter a real winner.
A heady lift of lychee, spiced floral aromas on the bouquet lead to a weighty medium-sweet palate of luscious cumquat and marmaladelike fruits. As the name suggests, thirty-nine grams of residual sugar left in the finished wine produce the perfect aromatic partner for strong cheeses and Asian-spiced dishes. An adventurous wine for adventurous people. Alc/Vol 13.6% Enjoy in the short term ‘In summer make sure you over chill! Find your favourite cheese and add some seasonal fruits, sprinkle some toasted cashews and enjoy!’
Crafted from Swan Valley Shiraz (40%), Merlot (40%) and Malbec (20%). With the increasing popularity of rose among Aussie drinkers, this off-dry style’s delicate blush of pink/bronze colour impresses the eye with strawberry, cream and red liquorice flavours filling the palate. Crisp cleansing acidity provides perfect balance to the sweetness. Light unbridled fun in a bottle, this wine might surprise you! Alc/Vol 12% Enjoy in the short term ‘Need to start the bbq? Our bunyip is the absolute crowd pleaser at events when you’re not sure what the guests like to eat or drink. Works a treat with chorizo or your favourite sausage.’
A light yet mouth-filling gris with gentle green pear and citrus fruits aromas and fruits. Crisp acids provide a refreshing balance. Sourced from Pemberton fruit, this wine creates harmony among almost all white wine drinkers. We all seem to agree on the Gris! Alc/Vol 13.5% Enjoy in the short term ‘This is the go-to anytime white, perfect with your favourite marinated roast chicken, and make sure you take the trouble to make garlic mash!’
100% Pemberton Pinot Noir, the 2018 vintage is the latest addition to the ‘Monster’ premium range of Lamont’s Wines. Minimally fined and filtered, the wine exhibits jewel-like translucency, aromas of spice and red fruits with savoury overtones. The wines light bright appearance belies a generous depth of flavour on the palate. Flavours of plush red fruits from strawberries to cherries combine with earthy characters of mushroom and truffle. A beautiful balance of fragrant fruit, fine tannins and subtle oak. Alc/vol 14% Drink now or cellar in the medium term. ‘Recently we served a flatbread with marinated mushrooms, gruyère, thyme and a hint of truffle oil at an event and although simple, it worked matching with both sweet and savoury overtones of this pinot.’
An attractive light to medium weight blend of Tempranillo (35%), Mataro (35%) and Shiraz (25%), the fruit sourced from the Swan Valley. Winemaking notes A portion of fruit fermented with whole berries, thus accentuating the aromatic ripe fruit characters of the region. Following fermentation, the wine was matured for 6 months in seasoned French oak prior to the careful blending of the individual components. Wine tasting notes A fragrant fruit driven red wine with a delicate tannic structure. Youthful and vibrant with immediate freshness displaying aromas of rose petal on the nose; ripe cherries, strawberries and plums on the palate. Recommended to be served ever so slightly chilled for summertime drinking. 14.5% Alc
A blend of premium Margaret River Semillon (70%) and Sauvignon Blanc (30%). The wine is bright and inviting with the Semillon contributing a citrus balance and generous mouthfeel to the punchy bouquet of tropical fruits, fresh cut crass and herbal notes of the Sauvignon Blanc component. A happy union to be enjoyed while young and fresh. Alc/Vol 12.5% Enjoy in the short term ‘For many years we have served a pea & pecorino dip with local crab meat dressed with crème fraîche, it’s always perfect with our SSB.’