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Nick Spencer Petillant Naturel

Nick Spencer Wines P.A.R. Tempranillo

P.A.R. Tempranillo by Nick Spencer - P.A.R. Wines prophets a landscape transitioning away from traditional grape varieties and wine styles of previous generations into an exciting tapestry of vineyards growing varieties that are better suited to our changing climate and winemakers crafting wines better suited to our evolving lifestyle and cuisine. P.A.R refers to a latin saying, examine the past, be in the present and look to the future.

Nick Spencer Wines P.A.R. Sangiovese

P.A.R. Sangiovese by Nick Spencer - P.A.R. Wines prophets a landscape transitioning away from traditional grape varieties and wine styles of previous generations into an exciting tapestry of vineyards growing varieties that are better suited to our changing climate and winemakers crafting wines better suited to our evolving lifestyle and cuisine. P.A.R refers to a latin saying, examine the past, be in the present and look to the future.

Nick Spencer Medium Dry Red Blend

Nick Spencer Medium Dry Red Blend - Inspired by the Australian ‘Clarets’ of the 50’s 60’s and 70’s. The Medium Red Blend pays homage to the Classic Australian Red Blend, Shiraz and Cabernet.

Nick Spencer Wines P.A.R. Malbec

P.A.R. Malbec by Nick Spencer - P.A.R. Wines prophets a landscape transitioning away from traditional grape varieties and wine styles of previous generations into an exciting tapestry of vineyards growing varieties that are better suited to our changing climate and winemakers crafting wines better suited to our evolving lifestyle and cuisine. P.A.R refers to a latin saying, examine the past, be in the present and look to the future.

Nick Spencer Hilltops Pinot Gris

The Pinot Gris displays ripe pear and stone fruit characters along with subtle white flower aromas. The palate is rich and intense but balanced with refreshing acidity and a long finish. Perhaps the most versatile of any wine when it comes to matching with food. Thanks, this style of Pinot Gris lends itself to Asian cuisine such as curries, stirfry’s, noodles, dumplings etc.Producing award winning wines for nearly two decades, Nick’s passion and remarkable talent for considered, quality wines is evident in every bottle. Passionate about the beautiful NSW regions of Gundagai and Tumbarumba. His winemaking expertise have been widely recognised by the industry, in 2009 Nick was honoured to win the Jimmy Watson Memorial Trophy.

Nick Spencer Gruner Veltliner

Nick Spencer Wines is a small Canberra based wine company dedicated to producing exceptional, hand crafted wines that honour their local landscape. Producing award winning wines for nearly two decades, Nick’s passion and remarkable talent for considered, quality wines is evident in every bottle. Following four years at the famed University of Adelaide campus, Nick was awarded a degree in Oenology in 2000. Nick has worked for notable producers across the industry, including Rosemount, Coldstream Hills, Madew Wines, Tertini Wines, and led the team at Eden Road Wines for almost a decade before starting his own label with Nick Spencer Wines. A proud Australian wine maker, Nick is particularly passionate about the beautiful NSW regions of Gundagai and Tumbarumba. His winemaking expertise have been widely recognised by the industry, in 2009 Nick was honoured to win the Jimmy Watson Memorial Trophy. In 2011 Nick was a Len Evans Tutorial Scholar and a finalist in the Young Guns of Wine, that year he also won the National Wineshow Trophy for Best Shiraz. In 2014 Nick was a finalist in the Gourmet Traveller Wine Winemaker of the Year awards. His wines are regularly recognised by James Halliday, most recently being noted in the top ten best new wineries for 2019. Gruner Veltliner is a white grape variety native to Austria, Slovakia, Hungary and Czech Republic. In Australia Gruner is planted exclusively in cooler regions such as the Tumbarumba, The Adelaide Hills and Tasmania. Gruner is often compared to other varieties such Riesling with slightly more volume, texture and more approachable acidity. The texture and volume of this varietal means it is a very ver satile wine to match with foods. It is well suited to the bold flavours of Vietnamese cuisine such as summer rolls and noodle salads. Mexican foods such as fish tacos are also a great match and of course schnitzel and other fried foods. Nick Spencer Gruner Veltliner 2022 displays aromas of grapefuit, stone fruits, citrus and subtle spice. The palate is vibrant and juicy with lovely salivating acidity and texture.

Nick Spencer Gundagai Light Dry Red

Pinot Noir 60%, Sangiovese 28%, Shiraz 12% All the individual varieties were fermented separately in small 2 tonne parcels. The fruit was 100% destemmed and pressed after 18 days on skins. The Pinot Noir and Sangiovese were blended together immediately after pressing and the Shiraz shortly after to ensure a longer period of time for the varieties to integrate. Nick Spencer Wines is a small Canberra based wine company dedicated to producing exceptional, hand crafted wines that honour their local landscape. Producing stunning, award winning wines for nearly two decades, Nick's passion and remarkable talent for considered, quality wines is evident in every bottle. Awarded a degree in oenology at the University of Adelaide in 2000, Nick has worked for notable producers across the industry including Rosemount, Coldstream Hills, Madew Wines, Tertini Wines, and most recently, proudly lead the team at Eden Road for almost a decade. Nick has received extensive industry recognition, winning the 2009 Jimmy Watson Memorial Trophy, the National Wineshow Trophy for Best Shiraz in 2011; as a Len Evans tutorial scholar in 2011, as a finalist in the Young Gun of Wine Award in 2011 and a finalist in the Gourmet Traveler Winemaker of the Year in 2014. Nick made wine in Khakheti in Georgia for several years, has toured extensively through France, New Zealand and Californian wine regions and is a regular judge at many regional and national wine shows including in Sydney and Queensland. Nick lives in Canberra with his wife Sarah and their two young children.

Nick Spencer Wines Pinot Gris

Nick Spencer Gundagai Medium Dry Red

A well-structured, complex drop with finnesse. The Gundagai red blend has all you need for a great medium-bodied wine. The bouquet is vivid, with floral scents shining through, hint of nutty/aniseed notes and peppery aromas in the background. The palate will take you through bright, bold red fruit flavours fuelled by mouth-watering acidity. A great lasting finish with fine tannins. Smashable. The Gundagai Red is Nick's attempt to bring that old blended philosophy into the modern day. It's a wine that shows ripe blue fruit characters, a vibrant nose of violets and spice and silky decadent tannins which should see it mature nicely over the medium-long term.