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Paisley Wines

Paisley Mixed by DJ Deadly Six Strings Tempranillo

Paisley Winemaker, Derek Fitzgerald's 90’s love-affair with dance parties and techno music has inspired this range of red wines. The passion morphed with his school nickname Deadly Derek to became DJ Deadly. The Six Strings Tempranillo is just another one of his creations. Medium red with lifted cherry, raspberry, mint, thyme and hints of white pepper. Made for maximum enjoyment as a young wine, the focus is the vibrant/juicy fruit. Flavours in

Paisley Celtic Clurichaun Mataro

This range of wine is named for Celtic mythological characters of old. The Clurichaun is known as a bad tempered cousin of the Leprechaun, who resides in wine cellars around Ireland. If you are kind to the creature, he will take good care of your wines but if not, he will drink you out of house and home! With such amazing fruit, extreme care and attention to detail go into the production of this wine. The wine was small batch fermented with wild yeast and hand plunged a few times

Paisley Wines Denim Mataro

This range of wines, named after fashionable fabrics, feature theiconic paisley design for which the company is named. Mataro is an undiscovered gem in the Barossa, a staple of Barossa winemaking for many generations which thrives in the warm Mediterranean climate of the region. The Denim Mataro encompasses all the wonderful varietal characters of Mataro. It is a medium red colour with lifted spice, earthy notes, raspberry and plum on the nose. The palate is medium bodied with great flavour intensity. Specifically raspberry fruit, some jubie notes, cherries, choc mint and eucalyptus. With typical textural Mataro tannins and a dense full palate, it goes well with all red meats. The wine is drinking beautifully now or can be cellared for up to ten years.

Paisley Mixed by DJ Deadly Amplifier Chardonnay

Derek’s 90’s love-affair with dance parties and techno music hasinspired this range of red wines. The passion morphed with hisschool nickname Deadly Derek to became DJ Deadly. He used tomake CD for friends with his best DJ mixes and signed them Mixed by DJ Deadly. The Amplifier Chardonnay is just anotherone of his creations. With a light straw hue the nose opens with lifted melon, peach,grilled nuts and a clove/cinnamon like character on the nose.The palate is mid weighted but with good flavour intensity. Itshows succulent white peach and tinned pear juice with hints ofmint and mushy peas. With a lovely pithy texture on the palatedue to leaving the wine on lees in French oak. With the Frenchoak imparting subtle clove and biscuity notes, With crispbalanced acidity and good drive to the finish it is a lovelyapproachable wine that would go well with roast chicken andcreamy pasta dishes. Drink young while it is vibrant and fresh but will age in the medium term.

Paisley Cashmere Riesling

This range of wines, named after fashionable fabrics, feature the iconic paisley design for which the company is named. The pattern became synonymous with the Scottish town of Paisley situated close to Glasgow and was the birthplace of Kirsten's great-great grandfather, who emigrated to Adelaide in 1839. A hue of pale straw and tints of green. The nose is lifted with lemon zest, limes and orange blossoms. The palate is bright and juicy with

Paisley Silk Shriaz

This range of wines, named after fashionable fabrics, feature theiconic paisley design for which the company is named. Thepattern became synonymous with the Scottish town of Paisleysituated close to Glasgow and was the birthplace of Kirsten'sgreat-great grandfather, who emigrated to Adelaide in 1839. The colour is deep red. The aromas are lifted and bright with plums, blackberry and hints of sweet spice. The medium to fullbodied palate has bright and inviting blackberry and blueberryfruit, there are some sweet licks of nutmeg and clove, with atouch of tastiness as well. The palate is elegant and the sweetfruit is supplemented very fine grained tannins. With ampleflavour, poise and balance, the wine finishes with great lengthand flavour. Drink young while it is vibrant and fresh but will continue to improve with careful cellaring for the next seven to ten years.