Come one, come all. Australians, you’re in for a royal treat.
Five Noble Fellows drops have arrived in Australia from the land of the Long White Cloud, each with a unique flavour and story to tell.
Of course, we’re talking about the new range of wines from our friends across the ditch at Noble Fellows. Available through Dan Murphy’s and BWS stores nationally, this delicious wine range from New Zealand’s favourite wine region, Marlborough, is sure to give you the fine wine experience – without the associated price tag. Each wine represents a different noble fellow, and I beg you now to join us as we delve into the story of each.
Colonel Kiwi Pinot Noir
“One Tends to Find Flying Overrated, Unliketh Myself and This Fine Wine”.
Receiving a Gold Award at the Melbourne International Wine Competition 2019, this wine has a deep crimson hue and distinct aromas of red cherries. Savour the fine flavours of spice and plum with a smooth, silky finish.
Mary Bo Peep Sauvignon Blanc
“Leadeth Thy Flock with This Delicious Drop”.
Noble Fellow’s Mary Bo Peep Sauvignon Blanc boasts a green tinted hue and fine aromas of tropical passionfruit and citrus. Savour the distinct mineral citrus notes and its crisp acidity.
Baron Betsy Pinot Gris
“Tis True I Might Be an Oldeth Cow but Just Liketh Thy Wine, We’re in Our Prime Right Now”.
Characterised by its golden hue and fine aromas of pear and apple this wine is underpinned by warm spice notes. Followed by the same nicely rounded flavours and a lengthy finish.
Princess Petunia Rosé
“With Glass in Thy Hand And Power In Reach, Thou Art Content as A Pig In Muddeth”.
Princess Petunia Rosé is a premium blend of quality Marlborough pinot noir and pinot gris, with an abundance of luscious strawberry, bright red cherries and cranberry flavours that complement the palate that’s then followed by a crisp, fine acidity and a long finish.
Von Rockhop Grüner Veltliner
“Most Delectable When Chilled, Not Dissimilar to Thyself.”
This premium quality grűner veltliner features a blossoming fragrant white peach and almond praline aromas. Followed by the warming textures on the palate with an attractive balance between fruit and a flavourful long, dry finish.
Alc: 12.0 %.
Editor’s note: Hunter and Bligh was gifted an experience with Noble Fellows. All reviews are authentic and are in no way influenced by our partnership.