Some people live for the colder months. They suffer through Summer, waiting for the cool relief of Autumn and come alive when the last orange leaf is replaced with a snowflake. Others shiver through winter, looking ahead to sunny days, shorts, singlets and ice-cream.
Snow-bunnies and bikini-babes alike, we’re all in it together and there’s no denying wine by an open fire is a delicious way to spend a chilly evening! Mulled-wine, big reds, world-revered muscats and full-bodied chardonnays are all on the menu and easily paired with your favourite Winter dish. Think subtly oaked chardonnays with creamy mushroom and black truffle gnocchi, a dark-berry flavoured shiraz with slow cooked lamb, or a rare Rutherglen muscat with sticky date pudding … the mouth waters!
Be sure to take the opportunity to explore these striking High Country wines this Winter.
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