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First Creek Wines

First Creek Shiraz

First Creek make a lot of Shiraz for others, so when they get to hand craft their own, they know a thing or two about the style they love to make. In the glass: Deep red purple.On the nose: Bright, vibrant dark cherry and peppery spice.On the palate: A dense core of plummy fruit with very lively acidity. Powerful yet poised with lovely chewy textural notes and well-judged oak.

First Creek Hunter Valley Chardonnay

First Creek Reserve Semillon

First Creek (Hunter Valley) Shiraz

First Creek are really winning over a lot of new fans, especially wine drinkers who may have previously not given the Hunter Valley its fair dues. In the glass: Deep garnet to purple. On the nose: Black and blueberry fruit, and spice. On the palate: Medium to full-bodied with luscious texture and soft tannins. Showing black cherry, blueberry and vanilla alongside red liquorice notes. Long and moreish.

First Creek Winemaker's Reserve Chardonnay

First Creek Black Cluster Semillon

First Creek Reserve Shiraz

First Creek Botanica Shiraz

In the glass: Dark red. On the nose: Fresh herb, spice and red berry aromatics. On the palate: Mid weight with a subtly sweet mix of dark fruit, fine supple tannins and background oak. A good all-rounder.

First Creek Winemaker's Reserve Semillon

First Creeks Winemakers Reserve uses the best fruit from the best regions for the varieties in this case, the Hunter Valley and only in vintages deemed excellent. The result is wines of finesse like this Gold medal-winning Semillon. Very pale lemon with a green hue, this Semillon has an intriguing nose of lemongrass, straw, bay leaf, florals and peppery spice. Fresh, clean and long, the palate has lovely layers of lemon, grapefruit, lanolin, talc and Sunlight soap bound by mouth-watering acidity. A classy and well made wine with immediate appeal yet the backbone required for the long-haul. View Recipe Match