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- My Assemblage is a delicious testament to my winemaking journey coming full circle.
- I jumped at any winemaking opportunity as a teenager, so to revisit the very vineyards I worked on to make this awesome wine for you Angels is such an honour.
- Rich, plush and juicy - this red is selected from 4 special parcels, blended to create a heavenly wine to be shared with family and friends.
- This is a big wine not to be taken lightly! A deep magenta in the glass with aromas of plum, dark berries, chocolate and raisins along with earthy hints and pepper, all combined to give layer upon layer of plush aromatic complexity. Be sure to decant to appreciate its full effect.
- The grapes for this wine are hand-grown and picked by Tait Hamilton from his vineyard in Heathcoate, on the border of the Mount Camel Ranges. Tait’s vineyard grows magnificent fruit, and it’s a pleasure to make wine from the best grapes.
- It’s pretty straight forward to make a good wine with fantastic fruit like this… but to show at its best it needs good (read expensive) new oak barrels. Bondholder funding helped me to buy the luxury oak which takes this wine to the next level. The funding is only part of the story, NW also links us to wonderful Angels which gives the wine a home.
It’s been a while since we got our hands on a wine of this pedigree at this price. The Altschwagers and the Kenneallys are two couples who together make some of Naked Australia’s most loved wines, but a bumper 2021 vintage has left them with a cellar-full of premium McLaren Vale Shiraz they need to ship out to make room for the next vintage. They could recoup those costs handsomely by selling it at silly money on the wine markets. But their first thought was to offer it to UK Angels to see if they wanted to get their hands on it first.
A&K’s Culley Road vineyard in McLaren Vale isn’t just any old plot of land. The vines are superstars — flavour-packed grapes that used to make their way into Penfolds wines that would set you back $150 in an Aussie off licence.
The wine has a big nose full of ripe fruits, cherries and blackcurrants, with notes of freshly ground coffee, dark chocolate, peppermint, liquorice and subtle pepper. The flavours are equally big, bold and intense, but with a silky smooth mouthfeel and velvety tannins. It's all about the fruit, and it shouts quality.
- Sam has thrown the kitchen sink at his newest Shiraz and it’s all thanks to you. He’s crafted it using rare fruit and fancy kit that most winemakers down under are chomping at the bit to get their hands on.
- Forest Hut is a very special vineyard. Its vines have long roots that reach all the way down to the water table, saving the gorgeous fruit from falling prey to the scorching heat of Australian summer. Sam says it’s the best fruit he’s ever worked with and he’s so excited for you to get a taste.
- But first you’ll want to get your beak into the glass to take in all the beautiful aromas of sweet violets and ripe plums. It’s a true sensation on the palate – fresh and vibrant, pure and precise with a zippy touch of acidity. Sam’s outdone himself this time.
- "When Naked asked me to make a delicious and affordable Aussie red, I knew just the wine for the job. A Shiraz with depth, intense fruit, and spice… with a hint of Viognier to give a touch of floral lift.
- There are so many great vineyards surrounding us, but having a route to market has always been the key, which is why we’ve remained a small wine business. Your funding allows me to focus on what I’m good at (winemaking), and my husband to focus on what he’s good at (growing grapes and breeding cattle).
- This is a wine with oodles of juicy dark red fruits – cherry, blackberry jam, and plum, with a hint of earth and oak. I'd suggest letting this wine chill out in the bottle a bit after its big journey overseas... one month ideally. Or if you can't wait that long, decanting will help all of the ripe, juicy delicious fruit to sing from the glass!"
Nina Stocker, Winemaker
- I threw myself into wine as a teenager, planting vines which went on to be owned by a famous Australian winery.
- Now, many years later I’ve been fortunate enough to make this delicious wine from the same old vineyard which I know and love so well.
- Robust, generous and full of flavour, it’s the perfect match for any roast joint or sitting back and relaxing by the firepit with friends!
Adam has made his Angels yet another big red belter - lovingly crafted from the premium Syrah grapes grown in historic vineyards in the heart of South Australia's Clare Valley.
In fact, the area is so historic that Adam has named this lovely little bottle after a chap called John Ainsworth Horrocks, believed to be responsible for planting Clare Valley's very first vines in the early 1800s. How thoughtful of him.
A bright ruby colour with powerful aromas of juicy blackberry, ripe plum, elegant hints of mocha aniseed, and just a hint of vanilla oak. The palate is soft and rich with dense forest fruit, liquorice and chocolate flavours. Soft and mouth watering from the first drop to the long, glorious finish.
- Sam spent years making his name as the bona fide superstar of Aussie Shiraz, winning heaps of prestigious medals and the Best Shiraz in Australia trophy in the process.
- Thanks to Angel funding, he’s now running a shiny winery of his own. And stunning gems like this Reserve Shiraz are his way of saying thank you!
- Deliciously juicy, spicy and smooth, it’s made using the very best grapes he could get his rock–star hands on. To get the most out of this wine, try and resist until the August bank holiday if you can, it's fresh off the boat.
Barossa Valley is the holy grail of Aussie Shiraz, famed for its luxurious reds and big names like Penfolds and Henschke. This is where Josh Pfeiffer learnt his craft… and you can tell.
As the son of a Penfolds viticulturist, Josh Pfeiffer grew up among the most famous vineyards in the Barossa Valley, and he has connections with top grape-growers all over the region. This premium red was made using fruit from two of his favourite vineyards - Hampel and Alkina. He says “Both parcels offer power and precision, but they have different aromas and flavours. Combined, they make a pretty special wine.”
This dark, brooding red is the type of wine that made Barossa famous. It’s not a ‘whack you in the face’ fruit-bomb, it’s pure fine wine quality. A super-classy balance of fruit and oak complexity, with decadent notes of dark cherries and blueberries. In a wine like this, the talent of the winemaker and the quality of the fruit stand out a mile.
- Aussie powerhouse and Naked treasure, Nina Stocker, has well and truly outdone herself with an exclusive Pinot Gris made lovingly with Angels in mind.
- This is Pinot Gris exactly as it should be - fresh, aromatic and as balanced as they come with flavours of fresh pears, baked quince, and a touch of cinnamon pep in its step. Every drop feels like a holiday and quite frankly, we can't think of any better way to ease yourself into the weekend...
- There's nothing complicated about this little number. Serve ice cold, fresh outta the the fridge (maybe have a dig around for some olives too, whilst you're in there), pop your feet up and enjoy.