The workhorse grape: The Semillon grape has always been popular with farmers as it grows easily and produces plenty of fruit. The Wall Street Journal, 23 May 2011 read more
I strongly recommend you try these delicious and unusual wines. My friends Nelly and Stan have put their hearts, skills and hard work in creating wines you will remember! B.
“We really enjoyed your 2010 Semillon tonight. It was superb with seafood and delivered it’s full promise of a fruity yet complex highly drinkable wine with a beautiful colour. We are looking forward to trying the Grenache and will certainly become a regular customer of Millabout.”
We’ve been looking forward to the Easter long weekend and some leisurely time at our Barossa vineyard. The grapevines have now lost their leaves and the beautiful bare vine branches have almost sculptural effect – the Grenache’s upward branches pointing this way or that and the Sémillon’s gracefully arching down. […]
Dear Nelly and Stan just wanted to say we tried your wines this afternoon and they are beautiful! Well done! I was going to get the white (Sémillon) but I think I will get some red (Grenache) as well, it is lovely.