Grape Varietal: 100% Chardonnay
Growing Region: Marlborough, New Zealand
Owner / Winemaker: Ben Glover

Zephyr wines will be new to many of you - but these varietal and very approachable wines express both the spirit of the Glover family and the estate vineyards from which there are sourced. The Glover family vineyards, were first planted in 1985 alongside the meandering 'Opawa River', which has a positive influence on their vibrant wines. Their viticultural and winemaking philosophy's embrace the strengths of their natural resources.


Grape Varietals: 48% Grenache, 18% Shiraz, 15% Mourvèdre, 10% Carignan, 9% Cinsault.
Growing Region: Barossa Valley, Australia
Owner / Winemaker: Dean Hewitson

Dean Hewitson has been at the top of his game for more than a decade. And this 2014 'Barossa Valley' Rhône blend - crafted from five traditional grape varietals is an every so approachable and engaging red wine that will impress and please any taste buds open to honest ripe fruit flavours, and a wine with a cheeky character. The wines of Hewitson are recognised for their genuine flavour, balance and effortless complexity.


Grape Varietal: 100% Chardonnay
Growing Region: Yarra Valley, Australia
Chief Winemaker: Steve Webber

Steve has an incredible understanding of the key elements in winemaking. He knows intuitively what his vineyards can produce, how each different varietal will respond, and how to express the best of both in a wine which will connect on some many occasions. Chardonnay adapts better than most varietals to its surrounds. But crafting a Chardonnay of this quality is not easy, and this wine has vibrantly generous aromas and flavours. 


Grape Varietal: 100% Carménère
Growing Region: Colchagua Valley, Chile
Owner / Winemaker: Aurelio Montes

Carménère is the legendary lost grape of Bordeaux, France. It was officially recognized by the Chilean Department of Agriculture as a distinct grape varietal in 1998. Carménère now thrives in the Colchagua Valley - where the carefully tended fruit for this wine has an appealing richness and real charm. Aurelio Montes has always maintained that - “80% of good wine comes from the vineyard and the other 20% from the cellar”.