always look up at the stars
and not down at your feet
A tribute to Abel Tasman
from one island in the South Pacific to another
working with pristine fruit to craft the wines
an environment of extraordinary beauty
gazing towards the heavens
all I have ever wanted to do
the best treasures can be above us

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2018 Stargazer Tasmania Pinot Noir:

‘Lively pinot noir of bouquet showing dark cherry fruit character, some malty oak characters, a light, green herb lift.’

Mike Bennie, WINEFRONT, 27 February 2020

2018 Stargazer Tasmania Chardonnay:

‘…the palate concentrated and tight, intense and refined, with tremendous length and penetrating vitality. An impressive young chardonnay with a big future.’

Huon Hooke, THE REAL REVIEW, 29 January 2020

2019 Stargazer Tasmania Riesling:

‘Floral and complex: white flowers, grapefruit and a tease of wild honey. Germanic. Luscious and mouth-coating. This is ripe and friendly, with a deceptive latent acidity and energy that reveals itself with time in the glass. Pure and pristine.’

Nick Butler, THE REAL REVIEW, 27 February 2020

2019 Stargazer Tasmania Tupelo:

‘This is an unusual blend of three grapes that thrive in Alsace, France: pinot gris, riesling and gewürztraminer, which are wild fermented. The palate has ripe stone fruit and rose water notes. A lovely wine for sipping and savouring.’

Winsor Dobbin, CIAO MAGAZINE, 2 MARCH 2020

2018 Stargazer Tasmania Rada:

‘It’s a highly drinkable red, the noir’s strawberry and red cherry mingled with meunier’s raspberry and more savoury spices. A portion of whole bunch pinot noir brings a touch of wood smoke to the nose. The palate is vibrant with the modest tannins controlling the enthusiastic fruit flavours and an acid ping to finish.’

Peter Bourne, GOURMET TRAVELLER WINE, Feb/Mar 2019