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
2020 Nocturne 'SR' Rosé2020 Nocturne 'SR' Rosé$32.00
The previous vintage was awarded Best Rosé at the Halliday Wine Companion Awards Australia in August, and deservedly so. Aromatically, this is all about laid-back red berry spice. Pomegranate, shale, mineral and graphite characters and white pepper. The palate has full and generous flavour, full texture and full concentration. The grip it exhibits is an extra layer of sass and charm. Really good length of flavour, which moves through to creamy in the lingering and morphing finish. Pleasure here. 95 points. Erin Larkin, Halliday Wine Companion
2019 Nocturne 'SR' Chardonnay2019 Nocturne 'SR' Chardonnay$36.00
It’s crisp and fresh with a little struck match a la mode, cashews, lime and white peach, and a dusting of spice. Freshness and lime juice tang with a flinty feel, and the smoothing influence of grilled nuts, and a brisk and frisky finish of fine length and precision. It’s nice. 94 points. Gary Walsh, The Wine Front 
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
Deceptively pure, juicy and oh-so-easy to drink: essence of blackcurrant and fine, powdery tannins. Don’t be fooled, though: this also has enough depth and concentration for long-term cellaring. Max Allen, Australian Financial Review
2018 Corymbia Tempranillo/Malbec/Cabernet Sauvignon2018 Corymbia Tempranillo/Malbec/Cabernet Sauvignon$43.00
A tight and tidy blend that sticks to a savoury theme with jamon, woodsy spices and fennel yet all bound to a core of tangy fruit. Lithe, juicy, vibrant as anything with raw silk tannins and a neat acid line. Oh, and totally delicious. 95 points. Jane Faulkner, Halliday Wine Companion 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