Wouldn't it sound inviting if someone comes and asks you this question : ” Do you want to experience the world of wines, good food and pleasant song? “ If your answer is affirmative, then follow me, I will take you to the most adventurous ride in the city of wines. Fasten your seat belt, here we go. Oh, wait! We forgot to play the pleasant song in the background, an Italian “cantante” singing about tasty spaghetti meal is our best choice. Now, when we are ready we can hit the road, lets go!
Saltram wines, a profound topic to discuss because wines are hard to compare. Each has its own taste, characteristics and quality. Australian wine industry wouldn't be complete without mentioning Saltram wines and what makes them special and quality premium.
Barossa Valley in Australia is know for producing quality grapes that are the main ingredient of Saltrum wines. With a history of more than 150 years, these wines have won the Australia's wine market and are highly recommended and appreciated by wine lovers not only on a national level but across the world too. An interesting fact is that many winemakers have passed through the doors where these particular wines are made and the cellars where they are kept.
If you have an opportunity to visit the Saltram winery, you are going to experience comfortable, contemporary styling and very original winery design. Plus the experiences that you'll collect will last for lifetime. You will have an opportunity to taste multitude of good quality wines that are aged for years and year and you may never want to leave.
Now, lets give more profound picture of different types of Saltram wines and what makes them so special and unique.
- Saltram Cabernet Sauvignon, has a luscious blackcurrant flavour with some grainy tannin. Especially good in taste is the Saltram Mamre Brook Barossa Cabernet Sauvignon, because this special wine is rich in aroma of deep, dark berries and cherries, with mocha oak whiffs, sweetly fruited with vanilla and coffee oak.
- White Saltram wines tastes are particular too. The range is wide, but we will mention just some that dominate on the market, like Saltram Chardonnay wine with same characteristics like the one aged since 1859, but made in modern style. Fruity taste with moderate oak flavour, with a smell of ripe peaches, honeysuckle and hints of lemon zest.
- Wines wouldn't be famous if the popular Italian grape fiano isn't on the list. Saltram Winemaker's selection fiano is very tasty version. This particular wine shows scents of citrus, ginger, honeysuckle and has flinty texture, with lemony acidity. To be continued.
Eh, pal are you still with me? Oh OK, you are. Let me tell you we can drive like this for hours and hours, but without accomplishing our goal. Want to know why, we still have a long way to go. Lets stop here, and chose the best one for our delicious fish dinner dish, and please do not forget to put my favourite Italian song on.