Limited to 2,000 entries, the Sydney International Wine Competition has a reputation as one of the most scrupulous wine shows in the world.
Each wine varietal is reviewed with a food match its category, and the top picks are awarded a prestigious Blue-Gold medal, and then the cream of the crop are named in the Sydney Top 100.
Our te Pa 2017 Chardonnay, and our te Pa 2017 Sauvignon Blanc
Paired in the competition with a corn puree, topped with prawn and tomato, our Chardonnay is a consistently well-received wine by both critics and consumers. The judges said our 2017 vintage features an; "Attractive nose showing melon and stone fruit aromas with complex struck match notes. The palate is rich and long with lovely primary fruit notes and those complex winemaking influences." No wonder the wine made it to the list of Sydney Top 100 Medium Bodied Dry White Wines.
Served with a mushroom and asparagus risotto, and given its rightful place in the Sydney Top 100 Sauvignon Blanc wines, the judging panel said of the Oke: "Stylistically a very interesting wine with wonderful complexity and length."