Scott & Vic fell in love with Margaret River producer Windows Estate a couple of years ago, and have been raving about them ever since.
Run by the young and incredibly hard working Davies family, the values held paramount to this boutique operation are sustainability, absolute devotion to the vines, and a gentle approach in their winemaking. You’d be hard pressed to find a more dedicated and knowledgeable pair of vino lovers in all of Margaret River.
Awarded ‘Best Small Cellar Door’ in Margaret River by Gourmet Traveller Wine Magazine three years in a row (2015, 2016, 2017), Scott is forever recommending a visit for any of our clients heading to the region. Judging by the feedback, he hasn’t led them astray!
These wines are wonderful expressions of the fruit and, with extremely limited distribution (other than at cellardoor, Wineaway are the only other retailer nationally for these wines), we are thrilled to be able to offer them exclusively to you our clients.
To order any of the below wines, simply email or call us on 07 3852 1891
2014 Windows Estate Basket Pressed Cabernet Sauvignon Margaret River – $42
97 point, James Halliday
Margaret River to its back teeth with that particular profound mouthfilling expression of varietal blackcurrant fruit that doesn’t need to belabour the point.
It is, quite simply, of world class – so I won’t belabour the point either.
2015 Windows Estate Basket Pressed Syrah Margaret River – $32
Sour cherry and tangy dark berries dominate this wine’s layered palate with nuances of white pepper and spice.
A fine acid backbone and savoury characters complete this attractive cool climate Syrah.
2016 Windows Estate Chardonnay Margaret River – $42
Not ‘officially’ due for release until November, but the 2015 earned 95points from both Hooke and Halliday.
This traditional style Chardonnay combines power with elegance in typical Margaret River fashion.
(On a little side note.. We hosted a square-off event last year between the Leeuwin Estate and Windows Estate Cabernets, and it was the Windows which was far more popular with our punters (and at half the price)!!)