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Why do we love this case?

This eclectic trio shows the varietal diversity that Murrumbateman has to offer. Clearly this region isn’t a one-trick pony. Instead, savour the food-friendly nature of the Ravensworth sangiovese. It just screams for a meal served on a red and white checkered table cloth. Head straight for the riesling if you want clean, fresh flavours for some summer loving fun. And if you want to turn the funk up, the pinot gris is your go-to gal. Baddabing!

Each case contains one of these bottles:

Red
Sangiovese
Canberra District

Ravensworth Sangiovese 2018
Berries
Cherry
Spice
Medium-bodied
Bright
Elegant
Jane Faulkner, Halliday Wine Companion
5 red star Halliday rated winery

When you look at the dry, summer hills around Hall, Murrumbateman, Hilltops and Gundagai, it’s easy to see why vignerons thought it would be a good spot for Sangiovese. There are easy comparisons to make to Italy’s Tuscany region- the spiritual home of Sangiovese. Replace the olive groves with gum trees and the two are quite similar. Warm, dry summers in both areas work well for ripening ‘Sangio’. This little number certainly plays a strong Aussie hand with clean, fresh flavours of Christmas cherries and raspberry, which are lithe and lively. Sangiovese’s acid retention works a treat here - as do its chalky tannins. It’s a complete package in the medium-bodied vein. Fifteen vintages down, this wine is really starting to hit its straps.

White
Riesling
Canberra District

Ravensworth Riesling 2019
Lemon Zest
Lime
Pear
Light-bodied
Bright
Concentrated
5 red star Halliday rated winery

The summer days in Murumbateman can be hot - but the cool nights are perfect for acid retention - and for making top quality Riesling. If you like your Rizza fresh and floral - the Ravensworth Riesling nails the brief. There’s citrus blossom and white peach jumping out of the glass with a gentle touch of spice. Pink Lady apples and dried herbs get the ball rolling on the palate with a steely backbone of mineral acidity. Time on skins adds a lovely textural note. Yep - it’s got all the bases covered. Get your hands on some kingfish ceviche and you may have captured the perfect start to a perfect evening.

White
Pinot Gris
Canberra District

Ravensworth Pinot Gris 2019
Grapefruit
Pear
Spice
Light-bodied
Bright
Bold
5 red star Halliday rated winery

You can make Pinot Gris in a pretty standard way and get a pretty standard wine. But there’s so much you can do- and not do - to turn the funk up. And the Ravensworth team have certainly done a bit of everything. There’s some carbonic maceration to bring out the wine’s natural spice. Some batches were kept on skins to introduce that slippery mouthfeel and texture. One batch was whole-bunch pressed to heighten the wine’s fresh fruit aromatics and then different parcels were fermented in oak, concrete and ceramic fermenters. Talk about a winemaker’s playground. There was probably a small batch fermented in the kitchen sink just to make sure that nothing was missed. You can’t miss the spice on the nose - and underneath there’s pithy grapefruit skin with a touch of red berry fruits. The palate has a similar story - with that beautiful slippery texture that sets this wine apart from its more conservative colleagues. Enjoy with Indian, Thai, Vietnamese and even with Sichuan. This baby doesn’t have to get out of the kitchen - it can handle the heat.