‘B SERIES’

handcrafted by the Brewer Family

The dilemma of naming a wine label after a family surname: Brewer! As our namesake suggests we do brew a beverage but our ingredient of choice being high quality grapes. Our ‘B Series’ is a premium selection of wines individually crafted from the finest fruit parcels of each vintage. The wines are carefully handled from fruit to bottle, barrel aged and selected based on intensity and structure, the most standout wines of each vintage makeup the B Series.

B Series 2017 Chardonnay

$27.00

Description

Region: Yenda (NSW)
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Winemaker Notes

A classic Chardonnay style matured in new and used French barrels. This wine is produced with minimal intervention; un-clarified juice is fermented with native yeast and warm temperatures. The wine is left to age with lees stirring for a 9 month period. Stonefruit, almond aromas with a creamy and subtle buttery texture. A medium bodied white with great appeal.

Dining Suggestions

Enjoy with antipasto.

“Thick, rich and buttery in the mouth with some charry oak.” 4 Stars – Winestate Magazine, Sep/Oct 2016.

Silver 2016 NSW Wine Awards

Bronze 2016 Riverland Wine Show

B Series 2016 Durif

$27.00

Description

Region: Yenda (NSW)
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Winemaker Notes
A style with deep purple, inky colour and firm tannin structure. Similar to a full bodied Shiraz with intense plum and dark fruit flavours, this wine is aged in new and used 300lt American oak barrels and has a silky mocha & chocolate finish. A full style with amazing length and depth of flavour.

Dining Suggestions

Chargilled dishes or lentils.

“A wine for those who like to be bludgeoned rather than caressed, attesting to the veracity of the back label schtick: a true heavy wine drinkers friend.  The sheer extract stains the palate and fills the senses. A satisfying, powerful red.” 91 Points, James Halliday

Silver 2017 Australian Inland Wine Show

Silver 2017 Cowra Wine Show

Bronze 2018 Cowra Wine Show

Bronze 2018 Aust. Inland Wine Show

B Series 2016 Petit Verdot

$27.00

Description

Region: Yenda (NSW)
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Winemaker Notes
A Bordeaux variety with the translation “small green” which is referring to the berries during ripening; the berries when ready to harvest do remain small but have a deeply coloured purple, thick skin. The grape variety Petit Verdot performs very well in the local climate as we have a warm, dry end to Autumn and being a later ripening vine it is possible to get full, optimum ripness in the grapes. It produces wines similar to Cabernet Sauvignon but with more floral, herbal aromatics and a soft finish with firm tannin.

Dining Suggestions
Quail or grilled zucchini.

“This puts ticks squarely and confidently in a good many boxes, including the value box”- 90 Points – Campbell Mattinson, Winefront.

Silver 2018 Australia Inland Wine Show

Silver 2016 Cowra Wine Show

Bronze 2018 NSW Small Winemakers Show

4 Stars – Winestate Magazine, Oct/Nov 2016

B Series 2016 Shiraz

$31.00

Description

Region: Heathcote (VIC)
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Winemaker Notes
Low yields, reduced irrigation and careful sunlight exposure produce grapes with rich flavour and intensity. The resulting wine is inky, purple in colour with violet and dark fruitcake aromas. Thick, chewy tannins compliment a luscious palate of spice, pepper and toasty American oak. 12 months + barrel maturation have softened tannin, not withstanding this is still a full bodied red with great aging potential and powerful weight.

Dining Suggestions
Cheese and full flavoured dishes.

“This is an old, but good-school shiraz, coating the mouth with blue and dark fruit flavours, boozy fruit cake spice, mocha and bourbon vanilla tones from an arsenal of American oak. This said, the alcohol feels digestible and the tannins coat the gums rather than rasping them. Forceful of personality and length. Comforting, if far from prosaic. Like sagging into a comfy chair.”  92 Points, James Halliday

Bronze 2017 Rutherglen Wine Show

Bronze 2017 Cowra Wine Show