• 2017 Moonmilk – Savagnin, Viognier, Gewurztraminer, Sauvignon Blanc – now available!!

    Moonmilk – a white creamy substance found in caves. It is a form of flowstone, and is gooey and pasty when wet, with a texture like cream cheese. It is crumbly and powdery when dry. It has historically been used as a medicine.

    Savagnin must be the most confused grape variety there is. With a rich history, and considered one of the founding varieties, it has suffered from nomenclature confusion with Sauvignon Blanc, name changes to traminer (a non-aromatic version of Gewurztraminer), and its presence in Australia through the misunderstanding that it was Albarinho. It does still have a spiritual home in the Jura, in the east of France, next to Switzerland, where it does make some very distinctive wines.
    This wine brings the family of confusion together, to give a wine of great flavour, texture, minerality, and freshness. To this, we have added a dollop of Viognier to add some mid palate textures.

    Blend: 64% Savagnin.18% Viognier, 12% Gewurztraminer, 6% Sauvignon Blanc.

    Food ideas: seared scallops, with a green salad, or just with good friends on a warm afternoon

    Drink: Now and over the next 3 years.

  • 2015 Sauvignon Blanc

    Sauvignon Blanc is probably the world's most popular white wine, especially in its brightly fruity expression.

    The Flowstone Sauvignon Blanc harks back to a more palate focussed wine, free of the nervy pressures of immediacy, and allowing the variety to express itself in a more textural manner.

    The inspirations behind this wine are more from the old home of Sauvignon Blanc than the new.


    95 points & Special Value | Halliday Wine Companion
    93 points; Ray Jordan

    Price: $384.00
  • 2014 Chardonnay

    Margaret River and Chardonnay go hand in hand, but the expressions of this variety across the region are many and varied.

    The Flowstone Chardonnay is from the southern reaches of the region, and is a more restrained and subtle wine than some of its more northern contemporaries.


    95 points & Special Value | Halliday Wine Companion
    93 points - Campbell Mattinson; Winefront
    92 - Huon Hooke
    93 and silver medal - 2018 International Wine Challenge

  • 2015 Gewurztraminer

    Gewurztraminer translates to "spicy or perfumed" traminer. It is a variety of enormous and complicated history, with origins in the northern climes of Italy. It is now planted fairly widely across Europe, but in very small quantities. Its European home now is probably Alsace, but there are still reasonable plantings in northern Italy and Germany.

    The variety is characterised by its pink/brown skinned berry, and its powerful aromas of lychee, musk and roses.


    93 points | James Halliday 2018
    92 points - Campbell Mattinson; Winefront
    91 points - Ray Jordan

  • 2016 Moonmilk Shiraz Grenache

    The early drinking red wine has had its high and low periods, yet there are still classic wines of the world made as just this - specifically Beaujolais, and the Joven (juvenile) wines of Spain. An early drinking red wine is nothing to be ashamed of - it is a celebration of the season, and demonstrates that not all red wines have to be profound and thought provoking. Some can just be downright enjoyable!

    Appearance: deep and vibrant red/purple, with purple notes. The colour is extraordinarily dense, and full of vibrance.

    Aroma: plums, mulberries, red fruits, lifted cherry notes, spice and dark chocolate. An engaging and enticing array of aromatics that is very hard to put down.

    Palate: generous and soft, with bright fresh flavours. The flavours are surprisingly complex as they evolve from one to another. There is great length of flavour, and abundant, but soft, juicy tannins. This wine drinks fantastically now, and will for some years.

    Food ideas: bbq, warm afternoons, lamb loin chops, rib eye, spag bol, pizza, vegetarian samosa, all things casual and easy.


    95 points - Ray Jordan
    95 points - James Halliday

  • 2013 Cabernet Sauvignon Touriga

    A blend of classic Margaret River Cabernet Sauvignon, and the classic Portuguese variety Touriga. Cabernet Sauvignon is well known in Margaret River, whereas Touriga less so.

    Touriga is one of the main varieties in the Portuguese Vintage Ports. It has wonderful spicy red and black fruit flavours, with a medium to full bodied palate, and puts an interesting twist on Cabernet Sauvignon. Touriga is also known as Touriga Nacional.

    95 points | James Halliday 2018
    93 points - Campbell Mattinson; Winefront.
    93 and silver medal - 2018 International Wine Challenge

  • 2014 Queen of the Earth Chardonnay

    Margaret River and Chardonnay go hand in hand, but the expressions of this variety across the region are many and varied. The Flowstone Queen of the Earth Chardonnay is from one tiny patch of vines in the southern reaches of the region.

    It has complex aromas of beurre bosc pears, stonefruit, brioche, nut-meal, hints of honeysuckle and creamy lees notes. The palate is dense, focussed and intense - perfectly aligning the fruit and oak. The oak, lees contact and mlf give additional complexity. There is great texture and length, and a chalky acid to finish. The palate has great power and focus, but is not fat or heavy. This is a serious Chardonnay of substance and moment.


    96 points & Special Value - Halliday Wine Companion
    96 Points - Jane Faulkner
    91 points - Campbell Mattinson; Winefront
    93 and silver medal - 2018 International Wine Challenge

  • 2013 Queen of the Earth Cabernet Sauvignon

    Margaret River is Cabernet Sauvignon, and Cabernet Sauvignon is Margaret River. The Flowstone Queen of the Earth Cabernet Sauvignon is from one old growth vineyard in Wilyabrup.

    With aroma of blueberries, mulberries, spice, mocha, dark chocolate and cedar, it is a complex and engaging wine. The palate is red and blue fruits to start. The flavours build to a beautifully textural mid palate, supported by the spicy oak, and gently fade with finely honed tannins.

    Food ideas: Osso Buco, slow roast shoulder of lamb, venison with mushroom risotto.


    96 points & Special Value - Halliday Wine Companion
    94 points - Mike Bennie
    94 points - Campbell Mattinson; Winefront
    94+ points - Gary Walsh; Winefront
    94 - Huon Hooke