Fat Bastard Pinot Noir
While we wouldn’t go so far as fat, this unadulterated expression of Pinot is a juicy, medium bodied offering. Given a bit of breathing room, a certain plumpness unfolds with its ripe raspberry and dense dark cherry fruits. This, combined with its lip smacking cranberry juice-like acidity, fine tannins and hint of smoky spice makes this Pinot incredibly more-ish.
As always - DUCK?! What else would you eat with your Fat Bastard.
The Golden States climate is the secret to producing both quality and quantity of one of Fat Bastards favourite whites, Chardonnay. Known for its rolling hills and valleys and often compared to the Mediterranean, California produces classic examples of oaked chardonnays. Creamy, rich and full of that Fat Bastard feel.
Mendoza, where 75% of Argentinas Malbec is grown, so you know it’s serious business. Typified by high altitudes, sunny climates and some of the most unique wines in the world, Mendoza boasts a plethora of wine styles accompanying just about everyone's palate.
The world's largest wine region and a haven for small batch winemakers, the Languedoc hosts a plethora of micro-climates, suitable to the most unadulterated red in the Fat Bastard range, Pinot Noir.
South Australia, Australia
Think of Shiraz and you think of South Australia, the hub for this full bodied variety. Since the 1830’s South Australia has been producing world renowned shiraz in a range of styles from a range of regions. Our favourite? A bit of everything! McLaren Vale, Barossa Valley, Riverland. We love SA and why not show the best of the state.