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2020 Sea Urchin Sauvignon Blanc Semillon

vintage

Excellent conditions for the slow ripening of perfectly balanced  Sauvignon Blanc and Semillon. The fruit showed an ideal sugar to tartaric and malic acid ratio which expressed a fuller spectrum of fruit flavours.

winemaking

Sauvignon Blanc and Semillon was harvested and pressed in the cool of night to retain freshness and to keep each parcel sound for settling and fermentation. Inoculation was performed in stainless steel tank by a selected yeast strain while keeping each variety separate until blending. Post fermentation each tank was left for up to one month on yeast lees to add complexity and weight to the palate.

tasting comments

A bright crisp and delicately textured wine. Pale straw with a green tint. Classic Sauvignon Blanc flavours of passion-fruit, lychee and guava meld seamlessly with Semillon characters of fresh straw and lemon. The resultant wine is in the true classic Margaret River style -crisp, mouth-watering and refreshing.

food matching

This classic West Australian blend is a fruit driven, thirst quenching and refreshing drink. Easily enjoyed on its own, as an aperitif or as an accompaniment to fresh seafood and Asian cuisine.  
  • Vintage: 2020
  • Region:Margaret River
  • Varietal(s): Sauvignon Blanc & Semillon
  • Alc / Vol:13.0%
  • Optimal drinking: Now until 2022

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2020 Sea Urchin Shiraz Rose

vintage

Excellent flowering and fruit set followed ensuring good yields. The cool summer weather enabled steady ripening and allowed fruit from the Wise Estate shiraz vineyard (‘Mazza’s Block’) varieties to ripen with a balance of sugars and natural acids that suited perfectly the vinting of a Rose style wine.

winemaking

The Shiraz fruit was hand-picked from open lyre trellis. The grapes were destemmed and left for a short period in the press to gain texture and colour. Post pressing the juice was chilled and settled before a cool fermentation to retain aromatic intensity then left on yeast lees for 6 months to add complexity before filtration and bottling.

tasting comments

A perfect Spring afternoon drink with eye-catching iridescent pink colour. The nose shows roses, lychee, strawberry, spice, candy, pink lady (red apples), toffee apple, red currant, fairy floss. The palate is juicy, creamy and luscious with a textural, crunchy acidity. Again strawberry, watermelon and red fruits.

food matching

Great picnic or barbeque wine with grilled chicken, Also matches well to light, spicy Asian cuisine. For something a little different, try the Rose with a dessert of ripe peaches.
  • Vintage:2020
  • Region:Margaret River
  • Varietal(s):Shiraz
  • Optimal drinking:Now until 2022

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2019 Sea Urchin Shiraz

Winemaking

A short cold maceration to extract the abundant fruit and spice preceded fermentation, malolactic conversion and maturation in French oak.

Tasting Notes

A deep purple with hues of red with an array of mulberries and spice on the nose. The palate is soft and mouth filling with texture, flavour and natural acidity in perfect balance.

Food Matching

The pure, fruity quality of this wine, balanced by its savoury finish makes it the perfect match for poultry and meat dishes cooked in a sauce, rich tomato based dishes, especially pasta, grilled red meats and excellent too with pizza.  
  • Vintage:2019
  • Varietal(s):Shiraz
  • Alc / Vol:14%
  • Optimal drinking:Now for up to 5 years
  • Region:Margaret River

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2019 Sea Urchin Cabernet Merlot

Vintage

The 2019 vintage will rank very highly in the history of Margaret River viticulture. Growing conditions were cool from budburst right through until ripening which ensured vines remained unstressed. Occasional light rain events during ripening did not result in any disease problems or losses. The summer was mild without any extreme heat events meaning that conditions were ideal for producing high quality red wines in the locality of our Cabernet growing partners, the Wilyabrub sub-region.

Winemaking

These varieties were picked, fermented in stainless steel vats and left on skins to build tannin structure and complexity. After gentle pressing each parcel was matured with oak separately until final blending.

Tasting Notes

Medium-deep red with red-purple hue. Dense aromas of succulent red berries, cherries and chocolate with a hint of cassis. A silky rich palate of great length and tapered finish. The fine tannin structure enhanced by maturation in fine French oak. A perfect drink now red wine or age to develop it into a smooth velvety mouthfull of flavour.

Food Matching

This is a beautiful  example of Margaret River red wine - great with or without food. It's a guaranteed to be a barbeque stopper, alternatively pair with the weekly lamb roast or it will be sensational with slow cooked beef brisket.
  • Vintage: 2019
  • Varieties:Cabernet Sauvignon (81%), Merlot (13%), Cabernet Franc (6%)
  • Region:Margaret River (85.3%), Blackwood (12%), Frankland (2%)
  • Alc / Vol: 14%
  • Optimal Drinking: Drinking well now but will develop further over the next 5 to 8 years

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Sea Urchin Sparkling Brut

Vintage

This wine is made with select fruit from more than one vintage, allowing for a wine that is consistent in style and taste with every production cycle, as has been the way in Champagne for hundreds of years.

Winemaking

The Sea Urchin Sparkling Brut is made from select vineyards of Chardonnay grapes. The grapes were harvested and pressed on a gentle cycle to minimise phenolics and then fermented to produce the best possible base wine. The base wine was kept on yeast lees for a number of months to add complexity while maintaining freshness. Secondary fermentation took place in pressurized tanks (this is known as the Charmat method) and then bottled under pressure, trapping the carbon dioxide in solution to capture a fine bead.

Tasting Notes

Sea Urchin Sparkling Brut is made to be an easy drinking sparkling wine. It displays clean lemon citrus fragrance along with lifted floral blossom, toffee almonds, Crème Brûlée and underlying hints of vanilla and rose water. On the palete the wine shows some honey toast and poached pears , which then showcases a creamy softness, more Crème Brûlée, quince and a long refreshing finish.

Food Matching

Try with fresh oysters, sugar cured salmon, soft cheeses, chicken salads.
  • Varietal(s): Chardonnay
  • Alc / Vol:12.5%
  • Optimal drinking: Enjoy now for everyday drinking

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NV Bead Sparkling Pinot Noir (ROSE)

Vintage

This wine is made with select fruit from more than one vintage, allowing us to bottle a wine that is consistent in style and taste with every production cycle, as has been the way in Champagne for hundreds of years.

Winemaking

The base wine put on triage in a stainless steel vessel for freshness and once the second fermentation is complete, filtered and bottled immediately to retain its intense fruitiness and brightness.

Tasting Notes

This delicately coloured wine has an excellent, fine bead, with a persistent mousse that enlivens the palate. Aromas of strawberries and rose petals precede a palate rich in strawberries and cream characters with a crisp and refreshing finish.

Food Match

Whilst enjoyable on its own try this wine canapés, light seafood dishes or smoked salmon.
  • Vintage:Non-Vintage
  • Region:McClaren Vale
  • Varietal(s):Pinot Noir
  • Alc / Vol:12.5%
  • Optimal drinking:Now until 2020

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NV Bead Sparkling Shiraz

Vintage

This wine is made with select Shiraz fruit from more than one vintage, allowing us to bottle a wine that is consistent in style and taste with every production cycle, as has been the way in Champagne for hundreds of years.

Winemaking

The base wine put on triage in a stainless steel vessel for freshness and once the second fermentation is complete, filtered and bottled immediately to retain its intense fruitiness and brightness.

Tasting Notes

Refreshing sparkling wine with rich, complex fruit. Hints of spice, pepper and oak create a full bodied wine with a luscious but dry finish.

Food Matching

Ideal with canapes, smoked or barbecued meats or game and cheeses.
  • Varietal(s):Shiraz
  • Alc / Vol:14.0%
  • Optimal drinking:Enjoy now for everyday drinking

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2020 Leaf Series Riesling

vintage

Select parcels of Great Southern Riesling have been fermented cool and slow in stainless steel to retain the purity of the aromatics.

tasting comments

Lime, lemon zest, and spice aromas with a finely textured and tightly structured palate, finishing with delicate and long acidity.
  • Vintage:2020
  • Region:Great Southern
  • Varietal(s):Riesling
  • Alc / Vol:12.0%
  • Optimal drinking:Now until 2023

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2020 Leaf Series Sauvignon Blanc

Vintage

In 2020 the start of the season was cooler with a wet spring, giving the vines the strength to get through the long, dry and warm summer. Autumn was typical with warm days and cool nights, allowing the fruit to be picked early and in optimal condition to provide wines with aromatic profile and flavour.

Wine Making

The grapes were harvested in the early hours of the morning for immediate processing to maintain the freshness and aromatics of the fruit. Made in traditional Bordeaux style, fermentation was carried out in new French oak barriques to give the wine a depth of flavour, texture and complexity. After 3 months of maturation on yeast lees the wine was stabilized, fined and filtered for bottling.

Tasting Notes

This is a complex wine with bright lemon brulee and guava aromatics leading to textural palate, finishing with a delicate mineral acidity.

Food Matching

Can be enjoyed with or without food. However try this classy West Australian Sauvignon Blanc with Fish pie with asparagus and spring vegetables.

Cellaring

Drink now, but further cellaring up to 4 years will develop greater complexity to this wine.

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2020 Leaf Series Arneis

Vintage

In 2020 the start of the season was cooler with a wet spring, giving the vines the strength to get through the long, dry and warm summer. Autumn was typical with warm days and cool nights, allowing the fruit to be picked early and in optimal condition to provide wines with aromatic profile and flavour.

Wine Making

The grapes were harvested in the early hours of the morning for immediate processing to maintain the freshness and aromatics of the fruit.

Tasting Notes

Crisp and floral, with pear and red apple flavours, partial fermentation in oak and concrete provide weight and texture.

Food Matching

Can be enjoyed with or without food. However try this classy Margaret River Arneis with Seafood Pasta.

Cellaring

Drink now, but further cellaring up to 5 years will develop greater complexity to this wine.

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2020 Leaf Series Pinot Grigio

Visitors to the Wise Estate Tasting Room often ask us what it is the difference between Pinot grigio and Pinot gris. They are actually made form the same variety - which is a white mutation from the Pinot noir variety Grigio is Italian for 'grey', whereas gris means “grey” in French – referring to the lighter colour of the grape’s skin. Traditionally Pinot grigio is grown in cooler climates resulting in crisper, more savoury wines. Margaret River Pinot grigio tends to ripen quite early resulting in sweeter, more full bodied wine.

vintage

Margaret River had an excellent build up to harvest with dry weather conditions before some wet weather mid January. This increased disease pressure however a hot dry period followed allowing optimum picking conditions with high yields. White varieties in 2016 have been seen to have great length with crisp acidity.

winemaking

A small parcel of Pinot Grigio was machine harvested and transported to the winery in the cool of night to retain freshness of the fruit. It was then destemmed and pressed to stainless steel tank for cold settling of solids. The juice was then racked to a selection of seasoned French oak barriques for a slow cool fermentation. The wine was left in oak on yeast lees for 3 months to build palate weight and texture.

tasting comments

Aromas of pear, lime, spice and pastry complement a palate that is weighty and long with flavour. Subtle texture throughout the palate is lifted by a gentle refreshing acidity.

food matching

Italian seafood dishes with freshness and acidity will complement this full-bodied wine.
  • Region:           Margaret River
  • Varietal(s):       Pinot Grigio
  • Alc / Vol          13.0%
  • Optimal drinking:       To 2024

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2019 Leaf Series Chardonnay

Vintage

2019 can be considered as a challenging and labour intensive year. Cooler than average temperatures during spring and summer, coupled with reduced solar exposure and an increase in afternoon humidity during ripening made canopy management critical to prevent disease and optimise sun exposure. A great year however for aromatic whites.

Winemaking

Select parcels of premium Chardonnay fruit is sourced from our partner growers in Wilyabrup - the heart of the Margaret River growing region. This fruit is then crushed fermented and aged in both new and used French oak barriques for a period of 12 months. After this time barrel selection takes place and the “reserve” chardonnay is assembled together before bottling.

Tasting Notes

Yet again the winery team have crafted an exceptional Chardonnay. The nose is intense with tropical and citrus fruits jumping from the glass. There is subtle hints of oak spice and toasty notes. The palate is lean and precise with plenty of fruit and well integrated oak compexity.

Food Matching

This wine can be enjoyed both with or without food. But for best results enjoy with soft cheeses, chicken or seafood.
  • Vintage:2019
  • Region: Margaret River - Wilyabrup
  • Varietal(s):Chardonnay (Gin Gin Clone)
  • Alc / Vol:13.0%
  • Optimal drinking:Now until 2029

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2017 Leaf Series Cabernet Malbec

Vintage

2017 vintage in Margaret River has proven to be exceptional in fact It was simply perfect; cool crisp mornings and evenings with beautiful warm and sunny days; not too hot, textbook conditions for great ripening especially for the key Margaret River variety Cabernet Sauvignon. The 2017 vintage may well prove to be a classic Margaret River Cabernet Sauvignon year, a year like 1994 with great flavours and mature tannin at lower alcohol levels.

Winemaking

Select parcels of the best fruit was sourced from our Wilyabrup vineyard at the warmer, northern end of the Margaret River appellation. The harvested fruit was then sorted and crushed into open vats for a cool, extended ferment, which lasted up to 3 weeks. During this period each parcel of fruit was pumped over and hand plunged to extract colour, fine tannin and varietal complexity. The wine was then matured for 14 months in a range of French oak barriques before blending by barrel selection.

Tasting Notes

This classic “bordeaux” blend offers an intense wine that nonetheless treads lightly. With fragrant red fruits, a juicy robust palate of blackcurrant and spice. Well integrated oak offers additional levels of complexity to this very well crafted and suductive wine. The finish is long and satisfying leaving you wanting more.

Food Matching

This wine is perfect with roasted meats. It has also been served with duck in the Wise Winery Restaurant with great acclaim.
  • Vintage:2017
  • Region: Margaret River, Wilyabrup
  • Varietal(s): Cabernet Sauvignon 52%, Malbec 34% & Petit Verdot 14%
  • Alc / Vol :14.5%
  • Optimal Drinking:Now to 2025

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2018 Leaf Series Cabernet Sauvignon

Vintage

2018 was yet another exceptional vintage in the Margaret River GI. Good rain in December followed by mild to warm temperatures allowed for steady and slow ripening. Result - high yields and exceptional fruit quality. Yet another near perfect vintage for the reason. The red wines are young but very good indeed. This could be the vintage remembered for years to come.017 vintage in Margaret River has proven to be exceptional in fact It was simply perfect; cool crisp mornings and evenings with beautiful warm and sunny days; not too hot, textbook conditions for great ripening especially for the key Margaret River variety Cabernet Sauvignon.

Winemaking

Cabernet Sauvignon fruit was sourced from a Wilyabrup vineyard at the warmer, northern end of the Margaret River appellation. The harvested fruit was then sorted and crushed into open vats for a cool, extended ferment, which lasted up to 3 weeks. During this period each parcel of fruit was pumped over and hand plunged to extract colour, fine tannin and varietal complexity. The wine was then matured for 14 months in a range of French oak barriques before blending by barrel selection.

Tasting Notes

A great example of a classic Margaret River Cabernet displaying aromas of dark fruits and cassis, which lead to a powerful fruit palate, with t he dark fruits taking pride of place along side the elegance of the oak, offering bay leaf like spice chocolate and coffee characters and a good acidity which will in turn allow this wine to develop into something very special.

Food Matching

This wine is perfect with your favorite cut of prime beef cooked to your liking. Roasted lamb. Any red meat dishes. Also enjoy with hard and mature cheeses.
  • Varieties:Cabernet Sauvignon (100%)
  • Region: Margaret River, Wilyabrup
  • Vintage:2018
  • Alc / Vol :14.5%
  • Optimal Drinking:Now until 2035

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2017 Lot 80 Cabernet Sauvignon

Vintage

2017 vintage in Margaret River has proven to be exceptional in fact It was simply perfect; cool crisp mornings and evenings with beautiful warm and sunny days; not too hot, textbook conditions for great ripening especially for the key Margaret River variety Cabernet Sauvignon. The 2017 vintage may well prove to be a classic Margaret River Cabernet Sauvignon year, a year like 1994 with great flavours and mature tannin at lower alcohol levels.

Winemaking

The fruit was hand picked and sorted, and then crushed into open vats for a cool, extended ferment, which lasted up to 3 weeks. During this period each parcel of fruit was pumped over and hand plunged to extract colour, fine tannin and varietal complexity. The wine was then matured for 14 months in a range of French oak barriques before blending by barrel selection.

Tasting Notes

Crimson in colour; the wine exhibits a strong mix of red currants, blackcurrant jubes, bay and light cedar. The palate is silky and velveteen. Forest fruits front a polished palate with hints of chocolate, spice and soft fine tannins.

Food Matching

This wine matches exceptionally to sumac crusted lamb shoulder but works with most meat dishes and firm ripe cheeses.
  • Vintage:2017
  • Varietal(s):Cabernet Sauvignon
  • Alc / Vol:14.0%
  • Optimal Drinking:2019 to 2035

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2017 Botrytis Semillon

Tasting Notes

Aromas of dried apricot, fig, melon and straw precede a long viscous palate, subtle forest floor and botrytized characters.

Food Matching

Fantastic with a Margaret River cheese board.
  • Vintage:2017
  • Region:Margaret River
  • Varietal(s):Semillon
  • Alc / Vol:8.0%
  • Optimal drinking:Now until 2027

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Solera Topaque

Winemaking

Select parcels of Swan Valley wines are aged in hogsheads to develop a rich tawny colour through oxidization make up this blend with an average age of 10 years.

Tasting Notes

This fortified wine is rich and delicious . The wine shows delicious aromas of decadent stewed fruits, apricots, honey and nuts.

Food Matching

Topaque is a terrific match with many desserts. Try with rich Christmas cake, fine chocolates or creme brulee.
  • Region:Swan Valley
  • Varietal(s):Verdelho
  • Alc / Vol:19.0%
  • Optimal drinking:Now

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Signature Gin

Formerly known as Gingin Gin, this is our original Wise Gin. Junipers and botanicals - triple distil, this gin starts its life as a Gingin clone Margaret River Chardonnay. Juniper berries, lemon myrtle & citrus dominate the palate along with exotic spice the only addition is Margaret River rain water. Epic news just in from London: Wise Gingin Original Gin was one of only two West Aussie gins to receive a medal at the 2020 London Spirit Awards. This is HUGE! So we‘re proud to be making the best gin in Australia's South West and one of the two best gins in Western Australia  according to the judges in London. We’ll raise a glass to that!

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Pink Gin

Our Gingin Gin with the addition of Rose wine made with Shiraz grown here on the Wise property. The Gingin Gin characters with a hint of summer fruits.

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Ginger Gin

Strictly speaking not a gin but a Pisco that has been flavoured $75.00 with a unique recipe of sugar syrup, ginger, ginseng & guarana.

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Pisco

A pure spirit single distil from wine made here in the winery. It has a subtle wine flavour on the back palate and is dilluted with Margaret River rain water. Used in South America as a base for many drinks including the famous Pisco Sour. Wise pisco is a clear spirit, softly aromatic with floral and citrus notes. It is 40% alcohol by volume with a light mouthfeel and subtle wine flavours on the back-palate.

Where does Pisco get its name?

Traditional Pisco is made in the Pisco region of central south-west Peru and is claimed to be the Peruvian national drink, although neighbouring Chili also claims ownership of this grape wine distill. Whatever its providence we find our own version of Pisco a very interesting and tasty beverage.

How to make a Pisco Sour

Ingredients

  • 60 ml Wise Pisco
  • 30 ml Freshly squeezed lime or lemon juice
  • 15 ml Simple syrup
  • 1 Egg white
  • Garnish: Angostura bitters

Method

  1. Combine Wise Pisco, sugar syrup, egg white and juice with ice in a shaker and shake vigorously. The acidity of the juice emulsifies the egg white.
  2. Strain into a chilled glass over fresh ice.
  3. Strain and pour into a low ball glass with wedge of lemon or lime.Garnish with 2-3 drops of bitters.
Kick back and let the sun shine.

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Organic Gin

The Wise Distillery is the only Margaret River distiller of Organic Gin distilled from our own chardonnay and other grape varieties on-site as the base for our spirits. This is done to retain the fruit aromatics of the wine to infuse into our range of spirits. Our dream is to make great, small run gins and spirits to share with you and that we love too. Join us on our journey as we discover the delights of small run dry gin distilling.

Our first Certified Margaret River Organic Gin

The process starts with carefully selected parcels of certified organic Gingin clone Chardonnay grown on certified organic Margaret River vineyards. The grapes are fermented and the wine base is then made at an organically certified Wise winery. The resultant organic wine is distilled giving a base alcohol. This base spirit is then triple distilled with certified organic botanicals being added for the final distil. This process is time consuming and requires great attention to detail, but it is all made worthwhile when you taste the final product. The exclusion of all chemical preservatives and additives leaves a crystal clear and stunning dry gin. The Wise Organic Gin has a smooth alcohol and is very much in the classic London Dry Gin style. The inspiration for a gin mde to organic principles came from customer feedback saying they were unhappy with the quality of mass-produced commercial gins. Tasters of Wise gins raved about the clean, natural aroma and flavour of gin distilled from organically grown Gingin clone chardonnay grapes and pristine Eagle Bay rain water. The Wise gins were essentially organic gins but without the certification. This customer feedback  encourages us to set about the process of gaining organic certification of the distillery and the range of gins through Southern Cross Certified.

Organic Botanicals

One of the secrets to a great Gin is in the botanicals used to flavour it. The natural oils and aromatic compounds are absorbed and infused as the botanicals are steeped and travel through the condensing coil as part of the vapour. We use 100% certified organic botanicals in our gin. These are chosen from a very few select suppliers who can meet organic certification requirements and who supply the finest botanicals. A blend of Juniper, Coriander Seeds, Cardamom Pods, Angelica Root and Lemon Myrtle were used to flavour this gin.

Tasting Notes

Nose – Junipers, fresh pine needles, dried bay leaf, bath salts. Palate – Full and smooth, dry Juniper backbone which is followed by a broad and sweet spice on the mid palate. It has an underlying fruitiness and is subtly spiced with pepper, The finish is long smooth dry and with a touch of exotic spice, pepper and lemon. Wise Organic Gin – 700ml – 40% ABV For the cleanest, most natural way to enjoy your Organic Gin – pour over ice. Alternatively, mix with Fever Tree Naturally Light Tonic Water and a twist of lemon or lime if you must. Or see below for our Gin Cocktail idea.

Organic Gin Cocktail Recipes

Tom Collis with Organic GIn
Tom Collins with Organic Gin

Greg's Gin & Tonic

Straight from Wise Distiller Greg Garnish. A classic G&T made with our Organic Gin to savour and enjoy at any time. According to Greg, the 'golden rule' for a great G&T is that you must add more gin than tonic water.
Ingredients
  • 60-75 ml Wise Margaret River Organic Gin
  • 60 ml Fever Tree Naturally Light Tonic Water
  • 2 slices of lemon or lime
Method
Chill your 200ml glasses, add ice, then one slice of lemon or lime, then your Organic Gin, then your tonic water and finally the second slice of lemon or lime. And that it, you instantly made the world a happier place.

Tom Collins

A great summer cool drink with the perfect ratio of sweet, sour and acloholic strength.
Ingredients
  • 60 ml Wise Organic Gin
  • 35 ml fresh lemon juice
  • 20 ml sugar syrup
  • Soda wate to serve
  • Garnish with lemon slice
Method
Add organic gin, lemon juice and sugar syrup to a shaker half-filled with ice. Stir to combine, strain into a tall glass with fresh ice cubes, top with soda, garnish with lemon slices and serve.

Wise Organic Gin available at:

Wise Organic Gin is currently only available through our Tasting Room at Wise Estate or Online – see our special offer below.

$80 per bottle - free shipping Australia Wide.

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Navy Gin

Navy Gin Tasting

A navy strength gin made in very small batches. It is saavoury with juniper, coriander, star anise and native pepperberry. The palate is intense powerful and juicy. Enjoy with tonic water. Wise Navy Gin - 700ml - 57% ABV

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Mandarin Gin

Mandarin Gin Tasting

We triple distil our gin base and then flavour the spirit with a syrup and mandarins. This is a liqueur similar to the famous triple sec liquer made in France. Drink neat over ice or use in cocktail.

Wise Organic Gin - 700ml - 40% ABV

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2020 Leaf Series Pinot Grigio
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2019 Leaf Series Chardonnay
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2017 Leaf Series Cabernet Malbec
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2018 Leaf Series Cabernet Sauvignon
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2017 Lot 80 Cabernet Sauvignon
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2017 Botrytis Semillon
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Solera Topaque
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Bronze Medal at London Spirit Awards
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