Thank you for joining Paul Thompson of The Artisan Cheese Room for our masterclass with Julian & Alana Langworthy of Nocturne and Rob & Gen Mann of Corymbia.

Should you wish to order their wines to enjoy in the future, you’ll find a full listing below.

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ImageNamePriceQuantityBuyCritic Reviews
2019 Nocturne 'SR' Chardonnay2019 Nocturne 'SR' Chardonnay$36.00
A combination of cooler growing area (Treeton, in the south of Margaret River) and the cool 2019 vintage. Creamy cashew and ripe citrus nose, the palate has a searing line of shaley, minerally acid that courses over the very centre of the tongue. The mid palate onwards plumes into a concentrated and rich cloud of flavour. The fruit spectrum is very much in the yellow peach, white nectarine and pink grapefruit space. Engaging, chalky phenolics through the finish. Textbook brilliance. 95 points. Halliday Wine Companion 
2019 Nocturne 'SR' Cabernets2019 Nocturne 'SR' Cabernets$36.00
Cassis and blueberry, baking spices, bay leaf and dark mint chocolate, old cupboards dusted with star anise, someone runs past with Dencorub on their buttocks, leaving just a whiff as they go. Medium-bodied, distinctly cool and ‘mineral’ feel to it, but warmed by spice and blue fruits, raspberry coulis, tannin has an emery board feel, lively, bright and long to close. All the spice, precision and charm of a cool vintage, and a lovely thing it is. Drinks beautifully. 94 points. Gary Walsh, The Wine Front
2019 Corymbia Chenin Blanc2019 Corymbia Chenin Blanc$32.00
It's gently spiced with pepper and cinnamon quills. It's floral with some fresh herbs, poached apple, bees wax and refreshing lemon barley water flavours. The palate is altogether racier, almost riesling-like acidity keeping this long and pure with the right amount of phenolics adding that extra layer. 95 points. Jane Faulkner, Halliday Wine Companion 2021
2019 Corymbia Cabernet Sauvignon2019 Corymbia Cabernet Sauvignon$64.00
The 2nd vintage from the organically farmed Calgardup vineyard. Hand picked over 2 dates, berry sorted, wild whole-berry ferment in a single French oak vat, matured 10 months in 4 seasoned barriques. Luminescent ruby with glints of purple and black. It shines as if with its own dense internal light. The telltale ripe and chewy tannin profile handled masterfully by Rob Mann, with pristine fruit and great length of flavour. An exceptionally elegant, powder-fine cabernet, part of the new Margaret River breed. A massive, resounding, YES. 97 points. Erin Larkin, Halliday Wine Companion 
2018 Corymbia Tempranillo / Malbec / Cabernet Sauvignon2018 Corymbia Tempranillo / Malbec / Cabernet Sauvignon$43.00
This blend from the Mann vineyard in the Swan Valley was the first time I had seen this new name from one of the oldest families in the Swan Valley. It's a cracker from this very good vintage. This is a style the Swan Valley should be making all the time. Smooth texture, soft and generous but not too big. Leave the biggies to other regions. Wonderfully expressive fruit, with the chalky tannin and neatly layered oak perfectly working in harmony. The juicy sarsaparilla of the Tempranillo is heightened by carbonic maceration. 96 points & No.1 Tempranillo. Ray Jordan, The West Australian Wine Guide 2021
2018 Corymbia Chenin Blanc2018 Corymbia Chenin Blanc$32.00
Here’s a delicious chenin blanc that shows dried apple rind, cooked pears, fresh herbs and freshly squeezed nectarines. Medium body, bright and fine acidity and a medium finish. Drink now. Screw cap. 95 points. Ray Jordan, The West Australian