Australian wine label Wolf Blass has debuted a refreshing new range of wines under the name Makers’ Project, with each wine produced to excite, educate and expand your repertoire whether you’re an aficionado or newcomer to vino.
The highly-awarded Barossan winemaker is introducing six delicious varietals with styles to suit all occasions. They include Pink Pinot Grigio, Pinot Noir, Rosé, Shiraz, Shiraz Grenache and Pinot Three – a subtle yet distinct blend of three different grape varieties.
The new Wolf Blass wines are a collaboration from the winemaking team who joined forces to combine their unique skills and individual expertise, and goes a long way to explaining the name Makers’ Project.
Smooth and delicate yet bursting with flavour, there are three key techniques the winemakers followed for Makers’ Project – Free Run Wine, Partial Whole Berry Fermentation and Early Press – which has resulted in a selection of wines that deliver on quality and juicy fruit flavours, leaving you wanting more.
Here’s the list of the six wines along with the perfect food pairings:
- Makers’ Project Pink Pinot Grigio – RRP $20 (delicious with barbecued prawns or salmon tartare)
- Makers’ Project Pinot Noir – RRP $20 (try with Peking duck pancakes or ricotta gnocchi with mushrooms)
- Makers’ Project Shiraz Grenache – RRP $20 (pairs well with pulled pork bao buns or smoked beetroot ravioli)
- Makers’ Project Reserve Rosé – RRP $26 (accompany with crispy-skinned salmon, ginger and coriander)
- Makers’ Project Reserve Pinot Three – RRP $26 (works with sesame crusted tuna tataki or pork belly)
- Makers’ Project Reserve Shiraz – RRP $26 (marry with smoky, pulled pork tacos or Massaman beef)
“Makers’ Project simply builds on Wolfgang Blass’ original vision to create wines that not only taste great but are wines that people want to drink,” says Nick Powell, Wolf Blass Global Marketing Manager.
“This new range represents a selection of wines that our winemakers love to make, wines that highlight the innovative quirks of winemaking and wines that are an example of the unique processes used to make them delectable, fresh and original.”
The Wolf Blass Makers’ Project wines are available now from wherever you buy quality wine.