A selection of new release Fetherston wines, perfect for Summer drinking.


Collection includes:

2x 2020 Fetherston 'Lily' Sparkling

1x 2018 Fetherston 'Magnolia' Garganega Gewürztraminer

1x 2019 Fetherston 'Iris' Chardonnay

2x 2020 Fetherston 'Peony' Nebbiolo Rosé

1x 2020 Fetherston 'Fungi' Pinot Noir

1x 2018 Fetherston 'Sakura' Pinot Noir Syrah

1x 2018 Fetherston Premium Chardonnay

1x 2019 Fetherston Premium Pinot Noir

1x 2017 Fetherston Premium Nebbiolo

1x 2017 Fetherston Premium Shiraz


RRP $373.00

SPECIAL OFFER $300.00 with free delivery within Australia

Fetherston Mixed Dozen

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  • 2018 Fetherston 'Magnolia' Garganega Gewürztraminer

    'A charismatic white wine from the King Valley that brings together aromas of quince, lemon balm and fresh lime with a palate that shows light puffs of talc-like mineral charm among refreshing fruitiness and a cool, gently savoury and dry finish. Plenty going on here - some exotic and appealing character in tow.'

    92 points

     - Mike Bennie


    2018 Fetherston 'Sakura' Pinot Noir Syrah

    'It’s spicy and wheaty, almost a mescal edge to it, but also has purity of red fruit, clarity, and particularly good mouth-feel with stem, grip and grain to the tannin. Bright, fresh, frisky, juicy strawberry, a long lightly chalky finish to top it off. They are making very stylish wines at Fetherston. If you like ‘em bunchy, slightly bitter, and light, then this will hit the spot.’

    92 points

    - Gary Walsh, The Wine Front


    2018 Fetherston Chardonnay

    'Fruit sourced from Gembrook, Dixons Creek and Coldstream, each with different clones. Fermented wild on full solids, aged for 8 months in French puncheons, 28% new. There's an easy, unforced complexity to this wine and a sense of balance. Stone fruit, nutty oak, minerality and creaminess of texture all play their part. Fine acidity too.'

    95 points

    - Steven Creber, Halliday Wine Companion


    2018 Fetherston Pinot Noir

    'MV6 clone from the Tibooburra Vineyard, 40% whole bunch, 8 months in French puncheons, 35% new. A fine and almost ethereal bouquet, unmistakably pinot, but you feel the site is expressing itself as well. Elegant in structure, with subtle red berry flavours and a whisper of oak, the tannin seems light, but it carries the wine convincingly through the finish.'

    95 points

    - Steven Creber, Halliday Wine Companion


    2017 Fetherston Nebbiolo

    'This was the wine I kept going back to in a blind line up. And I had a slew of visitors during it too, and kept pouring them this one out of the brown paper bag.
    Pale coloured garnet thing in glass. Transparent and yet tense, red cherry, rose hip tea, faint malt and pulverised rock characters. A swish of firming tannins, all stony and drying too, but finishes blood orange mouth-watering and pretty in a way. Very fresh, poised and pure, very long and fine, very good wine here. Very.'

    94 points

     - Mike Bennie, The Wine Front


    2017 Fetherston Shiraz

    'It leads with savouriness but the push of berried fruit is substantial. We’re in lovely territory here. It’s all sweet Aussie bush spice, choc-coffee, ripe plum and cherry, with aromatic herb and woodsmoke notes adding nuance to the highlights. Tannin assertive but integrated; length is sound. It’s drinking well now but its best is ahead.'

    93 points

     - Campbell Mattinson, The Wine Front