A new addition to the Fox Gordon stable - the fruit for this wine hail from an Adelaide Hills vineyard in the subregion of Kersbrook.
The Princess' frame isn't weighty but, rather, seductively full in all the right places. She charms with bursts of bright nectarine, melon and pine nut, yet is able to maintain natural poise and composure whilst reigning over her region.
2006 saw the inaugural release of Viognier from the Fox Gordon label, and also celebrated the birth of the newest member of the clan, Abby Atkins. This wine is not for the faint hearted. Bang on! Luxurious and mouth filling flavours alert...
The Empress is an opulent wine that displays nectarine stone fruit and blood orange flavours, coupled with creaminess on the palate which makes this a versatile wine.
By George is the marriage of two prominent wine regions, the Barossa Valley and the Adelaide Hills, an unusual blend that works a treat. This wine screams Cabernet, oodles of ripe plum and mulberry intensity - it jumps out of the glass.
Nero d'Avola translates to 'Black of Avola'. The distinctive dark skinned grape variety is the most widely planted variety in Sicily.