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WINES IN THIS PACK
2018 Tamburlaine Single Vineyard Pinot NoirOrange, NSW
Red cherries – Earth – Subtle oakTell me more...
2018 Tamburlaine Pinot GrisOrange, NSW
Jasmine – Crunchy – Nashi pearTell me more...
2018 Little Goat Creek Pinot NoirMarlborough, NZ
Ripe Cherry – Mocha – SmoothTell me more...
2017 Tamburlaine RoséHunter Valley/Orange, NSW
Mixed Red Berry – Rose – RefreshingTell me more...
2017 Smallfry Barossa Valley JovenBarossa Valley, SA
Red fruits – Juicy – SpiceTell me more...
2017 Mallaluka SangioveseYass, NSW
Red cherry – Clove – JuicyTell me more...
2017 ‘Heroes’ Sauvignon BlancOtway Hinterland-Geelong, Vic
Grassy – Sour citrus – VibrantTell me more...
2016 Muddy Water Skin FermentWaipara, NZ
Orange – Woody herbs – SavouryTell me more...
2016 Freehand SemillonDenmark, WA
Yellow Peach – Lemon – TexturalTell me more...
2015 Freehand MerlotDenmark, WA
Blackcurrant pastilles – Pencil shavings – JuicyTell me more...
2015 Churton Sauvignon BlancNorth Canterbury, NZ
Orange Blossum – White Peach – MineralityTell me more...
2015 Captains Creek ChardonnayDaylesford, Vic
Melon – Lightly-oaked – CrispTell me more...
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There were no animal based fining agents used during the winemaking process. Fining agents remove solids from a wine, typical animal products used are: casein (milk proteins), egg albumen (egg whites), fish oil, gelatin (animal protein), and isinglass (gelatin from fish bladder membranes). Fining agents for vegan friendly wines include: carbon, bentonite clay, plant casein, silica gel and limestone. A producer may also use cold settling or simply use no fining agents, marketing their wine as unfined.