George Wyndham is one of the founding fathers of the Australian Wine industry having planted his first commercial vineyard in 1830 . His innovative spirit is a proud legacy that endures to this day at George Wyndham.
Wyndham Estate BIN wines are multiregional blends, with fruit sourced from Australia’s premium viticultural regions. Created to be enjoyed now, BIN wines will also reward short term cellaring. The BIN range of wines reflect the full-flavoured fruit style for which Wyndham Estate is famous.
Pale straw with vibrant yellow hues. Intense flavours of peach blended with fig and citrus enhanced by toasty oak and finishing with a creamy silky texture from malolactic fermentation.
The wine has obvious presence by combining fruit intensity, oak maturation and aging on yeast lees. Intense flavours of peach blended with fig and citrus enhanced by toasty oak and finishing with a creamy silky texture from malolactic fermentation.
The wine has obvious presence by combining fruit intensity, oak maturation and aging on yeast lees.
Deep crimson with vibrant purple hues. Blackcurrant, licorice and red fruits complement with integrated toasty oak. Subtle tannins create a focused lingering finish to the palate. Black cherry and plum spice with vanilla toast.
Crimson red with purple hues. Generous plum and dark cherry fruits with spicy notes. Fine savoury tannins and subtle vanillan oak compliment the fruit.
Palate richness with balance and flavour persistence enhance the tasting experience. Spicy plum, black pepper, cloves and chocolate aromas supported by subtle vanillin oak.
BIN 888 CABERNET MERLOT
Full depth red with a purple hue. Ripe plum and mulberry with hints of tobacco and dried herbs. Toasted vanilla oak and fine grain tannins provide structure and length to this traditional blend.
Fresh black cherry and cassis with cedar oak.
Bright crimson with vibrant purple hues. Juicy, ripe cherry and plum with hints of spice balanced by nutty oak providing the wine with a soft velvety finish.
Dark cherry and plum with subtle nuances of cedary oak.