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
2021 Nocturne 'SR' Rosé2021 Nocturne 'SR' Rosé$32.00
Spicy, peppery, dried herb and floral perfume, white cherry and pink grapefruit. It’s dry with a grainy and chalky grip, subtle but engaging flavour profile, a coolness to acidity, and a dusty finish of crunch and excellent length, a little amaro tang in the aftertaste. Texture is a highlight in this high cheekboned style of rosato. 93 points. Gary Walsh, The Wine Front
2020 Nocturne 'SR' Chardonnay2020 Nocturne 'SR' Chardonnay$36.00
This wine is a combination of three awesome Treeton vineyards and is, unsurprisingly, super cool. It’s pale green, redolent of white stone fruits and the suggestion of flint and funk. Expressive and quite generous in comparison to 2019 - but the texture and length of flavour are to die for.
2020 Nocturne 'SR' Cabernets2020 Nocturne 'SR' Cabernets$36.00
Blackberry, blueberry, cherry pie with a spicy crust, polished cedar and menthol. Medium-bodied, dark chocolate and baking spice, dried herbs and black olive, supple tannin, a brine and nori savoury aspect, dense feel to it, though not heavy, and a silty tannin and baked raspberry finish of good length. Typical maritime feel of 2020 MR Cabernet here, and good drinking. 92 points. Gary Walsh, The Wine Front
2020 Corymbia Tempranillo / Malbec2020 Corymbia Tempranillo / Malbec$43.00
So distinctive. So of a place. I’m thinking fresh blackberry, rain on a hot road, star anise, leather, pepper and rosemary. Black fruit, coffee, black olives, earthy and saline, boysenberry and tar, and yet spicy and vigorous, with a dirty come-hither chew and sooty tannin, and a long umami finish. Wonderful wine. Charismatic. Love this. 95 points. Gary Walsh, The Wine Front 
2020 Corymbia Chenin Blanc2020 Corymbia Chenin Blanc$32.00
Fruit from Rocket's vineyard. This is pure, pristine, texturally edgy, and layered with all the good things: sheepy lanolin, beeswax, apricots at the height of summer, green apple, crushed limestone and saline acidity. It has rivulets of flavour that course over the tongue ... it's brilliant. Finesse and poise from such a warm part of town, very impressive. 95 points. Erin Larkin, Halliday Wine Companion 2022
2020 Corymbia Cabernet Sauvignon2020 Corymbia Cabernet Sauvignon$64.00
Distinctly saline smelling wine. I’m thinking iodine and seaweed and Dutch liquorice, along with blackberry and boysenberry, with some cumin and green cardamom spice. Medium-bodied, dense and tightly packed gravelly tannin, slight tamarind quality lends some tang, dried black olive, maritime feel a plenty, avast ye matey! A gummy chew to the long finish, and more towards redcurrant flavour in the aftertaste. Tension and structure. Quite different, but so very good. 95 points. Gary Walsh, The Wine Front 
2019 Corymbia Tempranillo / Malbec2019 Corymbia Tempranillo / Malbec$43.00
Both varieties harvested together, hand sorted, wild-yeast fermented followed by 10 months in seasoned oak. Tony ‘Rocket’ Mann (Australian Test Cricketer, among other things) was Rob’s dad, and this vineyard is outside the family home in Upper Swan. ‘Engaging' is an understatement. This is classically structured with dense, chewy tannins that ensconce the ripe and frankly seductive fruit in a blanket of texture. The wine is earthy, layered, glossy and succulent - what an amalgam of emotion and sensation. Yes. 95 points. Erin Larkin, Halliday Wine Companion