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Mojo In Full Colour Shiraz

On the nose, black raspberry fruits with hints of smoky tobacco. The palate follows with densely packed, plush red fruits with lashings of all spice and white pepper. Tannins are soft and sleek. Lively, raspberry, spicy. Picked between 13.5 14.5 Baume. 7-day ferment on skins, then gently pressed. Malolactic fermentation in stainless steel. Storage in oak for 6 months combination of 1 to 3-year-old French and American oak then, blended and bottle. Shiraz South Australia's first vineyards were established in the 1830's. Enjoying a wide range of climates including the cool temperatures of the Adelaide Hills, to the hot summer weather of the Barossa Valley, South Australia is arguably Australia's most diverse wine producing state.It is from these wonderfully diverse regions that winemaker Marty O'Flaherty selects the best varietals to produce Mojo wines. Marty's resounding philosophy is "wine should tell a story about the terroir in which it's grown, needing lots of love but minimal handling by allowing the growers to do what they do best."

Mojo In Full Colour Moscato Non-Vintage

South Australia's first vineyards were established in the 1830's. Enjoying a wide range of climates including the cool temperatures of the Adelaide Hills, to the hot summer weather of the Barossa Valley, South Australia is arguably Australia's most diverse wine producing state. It is from these wonderfully diverse regions that winemaker Marty O'Flaherty selects the best varietals to produce Mojo wines. Marty's resounding philosophy is "wine should tell a story about the terroir in which it's grown, needing lots of love but minimal handling by allowing the growers to do what they do best." Mojo In Full Colour Moscato is fresh and flavoursome with vibrant honeysuckle, peach and freshly picked strawberries on the nose and palate. The hints of sweetness are perfectly balanced by soft, refreshing acid and a gentle spritz. The sweetness of the luscious fruits balanced with the refreshing acidity makes this easy drinking Moscato the perfect match for fruit based desserts in many shapes and forms.

Mojo In Full Colour Prosecco Non-Vintage

South Australia's first vineyards were established in the 1830's. Enjoying a wide range of climates including the cool temperatures of the Adelaide Hills, to the hot summer weather of the Barossa Valley, South Australia is arguably Australia's most diverse wine producing state. It is from these wonderfully diverse regions that winemaker Marty O'Flaherty selects the best varietals to produce Mojo wines. Marty's resounding philosophy is "wine should tell a story about the terroir in which it's grown, needing lots of love but minimal handling by allowing the growers to do what they do best." Mojo In Full Colour Prosecco is appealing and approachable with aromas of fresh cut crunchy green apple and zingy but creamy lemon-lime highlights, think lemon meringue and fresh strawberries. The palate is soft and approachable with a mouth filling freshness balanced with brilliant crisp acidity. As a stand-alone, prosecco is always fantastic to kick things off, but you can never go wrong pairing with fresh eats, great with charcuterrie dishes like prosciutto with fresh rockmelon.

Mojo In Full Colour Sauvignon Blanc

Your ideal seafood partner, this sauvignon blanc is bursting with tropical fruits and summer flowers. Passionfruit, guava, citrus blossom and feijoa are just the start of this fruit extravaganza. Hints of elderflower, dry grass, blackcurrant and gooseberry dance around the edges teaming up with mineral notes and crisp, natural acidity. Amidst it all is a creamy softness and an elemental funkiness. The finish is long and dry, leaving a cleansing grapefruit tang at the end. Any seafood will love being paired up with this gem, particularly blue swimmer crab, grilled prawns or sautéed scallops. Alternatively a simple goats cheese salad will be sensational! Tropical Fruit, Citrus Fruit, Floral, Herbaceous, Mineral Sauvignon Blanc South Australia's first vineyards were established in the 1830's. Enjoying a wide range of climates including the cool temperatures of the Adelaide Hills, to the hot summer weather of the Barossa Valley, South Australia is arguably Australia's most diverse wine producing state.It is from these wonderfully diverse regions that winemaker Marty O'Flaherty selects the best varietals to produce Mojo wines. Marty's resounding philosophy is "wine should tell a story about the terroir in which it's grown, needing lots of love but minimal handling by allowing the growers to do what they do best."

Mojo in Full Colour Pinot Grigio

Gorgeously aromatic - think honeysuckle blossom, fennel and freshly cut pear. On the palate, mouth filling honeyed spiced poached pears & granny smith apple skin, balanced with brilliant crisp acidity. It has great length and a vibrant minerality with a subtle grapefruit tang. Vibrant, floral, citrus. As a stand alone, Pinot Grigio is always a great appertif. But you can never go wrong pairing with fish or shellfish - think seafood risotto or even sashimi. South Australia's first vineyards were established in the 1830's. Enjoying a wide range of climates including the cool temperatures of the Adelaide Hills, to the hot summer weather of the Barossa Valley, South Australia is arguably Australia's most diverse wine producing state.It is from these wonderfully diverse regions that winemaker Marty O'Flaherty selects the best varietals to produce Mojo wines. Marty's resounding philosophy is "wine should tell a story about the terroir in which it's grown, needing lots of love but minimal handling by allowing the growers to do what they do best."

Mojo Shiraz

Rockbare's second label, Mojo Shiraz punches way above it's weight in the quality division. Rich and ripe, this versatile wine would not be out of place at the dinner table or at a BBQ.

Mojo In Full Colour Cabernet Sauvignon

Ripe blackberry and cedar-boxy goodness on the nose. The palate follows with ribena jubey-ness with hints of spicy clove framed by soft grapithe like tannins. Fragrant, blackcurrant and supple. Perfect with rich & hearty dishes, as it tends to brighten them. You can never fail with the classic pairing of good old grilled steak, chips and cabernet. South Australia's first vineyards were established in the 1830's. Enjoying a wide range of climates including the cool temperatures of the Adelaide Hills, to the hot summer weather of the Barossa Valley, South Australia is arguably Australia's most diverse wine producing state.It is from these wonderfully diverse regions that winemaker Marty O'Flaherty selects the best varietals to produce Mojo wines. Marty's resounding philosophy is "wine should tell a story about the terroir in which it's grown, needing lots of love but minimal handling by allowing the growers to do what they do best."