Originating from the North West of Italy we were the first to plant this red grape here in the Hunter Valley in 1998. It’s a medium bodied wine with black fruits, savoury notes and great acidity. True to its Italian heart it loves nothing more than good food and company. Our Brilliant Barbera pack contains three of our 2018 White Label Barbera and three of our 2015 Aged Release Barbera.
Semillon is celebrated in the world of wine as a truly unique style that the Hunter Valley produces. Our single vineyard White Label Semillon is selected for its balance, fullness and a high natural acidity that allows this style to age beautifully. Experience Semillon through the last decade with four bottles of each 2018 White Label Ceres Hill Semillon, 2014 Aged Release Semillon and 2010 Aged Release Semillon.
The volcanic soil of Broke Fordwich and our old vines provide a more generous palate weight and ripeness. Experience Semillon through the last decade with two bottles of each 2018 White Label Ceres Hill Semillon, 2014 Aged Release Semillon and 2010 Aged Release Semillon.
Enjoy an endless summer with our Margan Originals range. Great white wines, all single vineyard and all sustainably farmed, for a great price. Featuring four bottles of each of 2019 Margan Chardonnay, 2018 Margan Semillon and 2018 Margan Verdelho it's your summer good times go-to.
Picked from vines yielding less than two tonnes to the acre and grown on the red basalt soil of Broke Fordwich, from some of the oldest Verdelho vines planted in Australia. This pack contains a dozen bottles of our 2018 Margan Verdelho.
The Fordwich Hill vineyard was planted by Lindemans on the red volcanic soil of the Fordwich Sill in the late 1960’s.This vineyard produces wines of a richer softer style with intense citrus like flavours because the soil allows us to leave the fruit on for increased ripeness of flavor without loss of acidity. Made in the pure Hunter style with clean juice, stainless steel and neutral yeast.
Single vineyard, sustainably farmed. Our Margan Originals Shiraz is unbeatable, in quality and price.
Merlot is a softer variety that has plush fruit characters and silky tannins. Combined with a hint of spice… you had me at merlot.