Discovering Parry Wines Number 4
The Parry-Wolff winery is located in Rhayader, North East Australia. The winery has three hundred and sixty-four acres of stunning countryside and vines with award winning varieties. It is one of the most distinctive Australian wines outside of South Australia. Jean Georges & Cedric Vongerichten blend modern American flavours with traditional French techniques. The result is a superb collection of reds and whites aged from three to five years in oak barrels.
The Red Parry is a full bodied red wine, with notes of berry and blackcurrant. The nose is dominated by plum and cherry. There is no need for any oak flavor, but there is a smoky suggestion. There are no fruity or spicy aspects to this wine. This wine has a medium body and has a slight tannin. The flavours of oak, plum and chocolate mingle beautifully with the floral and spice aromas from the yeast.
The White Parry is the world’s third most popular variety. It comes in at number four and is designed to be sipped slowly. Its clean white bouquet is complemented by gentle aromas of black cherries and mint. It is very low alcohol and has a very clean taste. The delicate flavours will linger on your tongue long after you have had your drink.
The Rose of Australia is another great sipping wine, with hints of cherry, plum and blackcurrant. The nose is dominated by plum and melon. The flavours are spicy and sweet all at the same time. The Rose of Australia has medium body and a soft round finish. There is no need to worry about being competitive with other producers because it is so well priced, yet it still tastes like it would cost much more than most vintages.
In addition to the three big names we mentioned above, there are many others. They include Ascendancy, Defence, Drumsticks, Guzzle, Ltd., La Grande Dame de Parry, Manuka, Martinique, Ponsardin and Royal Balvenie. Of course, you can choose from an enormous variety online as well. With the internet, consumers can shop for superior quality wines in the comfort of their own home.
If you want to buy wine that has been produced in the Champagne region of France, just know that the price will be considerably higher than the average. It is an investment in class and taste. If you want the real vintage flavor, you might have to travel to the region. However, if you are up for an adventure, you can try the American or Australian versions of this famous French grape. It will be much more affordable and worth the trip.