The Savor glassware range is for the wine obsessed. Designed by our very own Dru Reschke, after 20 years in the wine industry he wanted to create a glass that was not only beautiful but practical. Each glass has been coated with potassium salt which typically gives the glass 5 times the strength of a normal glass – this makes them suitable for use in domestic and commercial dishwashers. The rim has been cold cut and polished, this allows each glass to not only be fine and lightweight but also very strong and durable. Each gift box contains 4 glasses and makes an excellent wedding, engagement or Christmas present. Dru's checklist: Why has it been so hard to find a wine glass that’s just right for both red and white? One that is big, but can still fit in the dishwasher. One that gives precisely five glasses from each bottle without needing a line. One with a fine rim, but 5 x stronger than normal glass. When I couldn’t find that glass, I designed it myself. Glass features: A fine cold-cut lip 5 x stronger than normal glass Ideal for both red & white wine The widest point is 150ml (5oz) for maximum aeration Exactly 5 glasses from every bottle
"There is a buzz around pinot grown in Mount Gambier and theres is a good reason for it. Cool growing conditions, rocky mineraly soils and low yielding vines have helped create a complex bouquet awash with true Pinot characters. It has hints of vanilla and fresh tobacco over spicy cherry notes. This is a more-ish tribute to the local landscape and begs for foggy evenings, an armchair and plenty of time to waste" Katie Spain, wine Writer, Adelaide Adveriser 2019
Koonara is the name of our property in Coonawarra which has been in our family for over 100 years and where my Gran - Emiline May Reschke - lived until she was 99.
Accomplished dressmaker and designer, teacher, bridge and scrabble guru and a professional floral artists. Here's to you Gran.
Delicate waves of strawberries and cream, cherry and raspberries dance around a sturdy, dry backbone.
Crisp pink lady apples, white peach and grapefruit zet. As it warms in the glass, hints of honey and peach flesh shine through. Pinot Grigio and Pinot Gris are the same grape variety. Pinot Grigio is Italian, Pinot Gris is French. "Grigio' and "Gris" both mean grey, which is the hue present in the colour of the grapes. Winemakers in Australia describe Gris as a late picked, more complex wine with crisp acidity.