Tasting Notes: McWilliam’s wines

Tasting Notes: McWilliam’s wines

Undoubtedly, wines by McWilliam’s reflect six generations of hard work and passion. Samuel McWilliam planted his first grapevines on the outskirts of the town of Corowa, in New South Wales. The company has grown significantly because of the simple fundamental that good people make excellent wines. McWilliam's McW 660 Reserve Pinot Noir 2016 Tumbarumba  The most […]

McWilliam Wines

Undoubtedly, wines by McWilliam’s reflect six generations of hard work and passion. Samuel McWilliam planted his first grapevines on the outskirts of the town of Corowa, in New South Wales. The company has grown significantly because of the simple fundamental that good people make excellent wines.

McWilliam's McW 660 Reserve Pinot Noir 2016 Tumbarumba 

The most favourite and cherished wine which showcases a pale red colour along with bright hues. There are mesmerizing and enthralling scents of black plums, spices, and florals which are lifted from the bouquet, thereby paving the way for a medium-bodied palate which contains exciting flavours of mushrooms, red cherries, and spices.

McWilliam's McW 660 Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon 2015 Hilltops

Collected and harvested in the chilled and wintry nights, the fruit is used craftily to produce this lovely Cabernet Sauvignon. This wine flaunts a spectrum of red and purple colours. Fantastic and exciting aromas of blackberry, bay leaf, and chocolate exude from the bouquet.

McWilliam's McW 480 Pinot Grigio 2017 Tumbarumba

You will be surprised to know that this wine shows a light straw colour, accompanied by bright yellow tints. The fragrant and sweet-smelling bouquet brings out floral scents comprising of spices and rose petals. Once you sip this fantastic wine, you will relish the flavours of Gala apples and spicy Nashi pears. Thus, they make you feel quite fresh and revivifying. The wine can be consumed young. You can pair this wine with delicious foods like a mushroom and ricotta quiche.

McWilliam's McW 480 Shiraz 2015 Hilltops

McWilliam’s Mcw 480 Shiraz is stunning, with a purple-red colour and an alight haze. It flaunts beautiful and pleasing aromas of red cherries, cloves, and black spice. The palate is an intense one which is filled with blueberries and violet flavours, which are further coupled with supple and flexible tannins.

It’s time to enjoy high-quality wines where the quality of the fruit comes first. Scott McWilliam leads the winemaking team with full efficiency and sincere devotion.

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