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BK Wines Spring Release - 6 Pack

$170.00

Brendon and Kirsty Keys run one of the all time winemaking outfits of Australia from their castle perched atop of a rocky outcrop in the Adelaide Hill's Basket Range. The winery is a hub of creativity, passion, fun and oenological wonder. The wines get better with every vintage as relationships with growers endure, lessons learnt from the North return home and winemaking shows ever increasing restraint.

This Spring release is a collection of boundary pushing, imaginative and highly delicious expressions of the Adelaide Hills.

2022 BK Wines 'Carbonic' Pinot Noir Adelaide Hills, Sa

Something wild and fascinating comes of our Carbonic Pinot Noir… we promise we don’t peak at last vintage’s notes when we’re writing new ones, but – as we found in 2021 – we’re seeing shades of spiced, gamey Syrah and Gamay. Beyond a big hit of Beaujolais on the nose are jonquils, earthy mushrooms and pretty, fresh-hay aromas. Full of the essence and bounce of youthfulness with medium weight, gentle tannins, and enviable length. We also discovered – quite by necessity mid-tasting – that it goes beautifully with Edam.

2022 BK 'Oishi' Pet Nat Adelaide Hills, Sa

A collaboration wine with our dear friend Brendan Keys, ‘Oishi’ was born out of late nights and early mornings talking about snowboarding in Japan. The nose is gunflint and apple blossoms; the palate crisp, waxy, just-ripe pears with an enticing softness to the acid structure. A pure springtime stroll with all of the lightness and dappled beauty of the season.

2022 BK Wines Cidre Adelaide Hills, Sa

Dense, waxy, juicy and smells like… French holidays and bees? Making cidre has proved such a happy sideline fermentation to our day job swimming in grapes, it’s a space we will continue to play in for many vintages to come. Now excuse us, please, while we pour a tall glass and run our crêpe recipe through google translate. Crushed and pressed direct to barrel. Wild yeast. Bottled with a small amount of residual sugar to create carbonation.

2022 BK Wines 'Love Is Blind' Piquette Adelaide Hills, Sa

Piquette is the quintessential ‘something from nothing’ creation. Made by adding water to the grape marc left over after pressing to permit a second fermentation, the result is a naturally simple, lower-alcohol (~5%) wine that competes admirably in the sour beer category. Light-hearted, unfussy, refreshing and frugal… all attributes one is wise to embrace in lean, complicated times. Love in Blind #6 First-pick grapefruit notes and refreshing bitters with a yeastiness at the back palate. Drink cheerfully and light-heartedly in place of something that isn’t wine.

2022 BK Wines 'Saignee' Adelaide Hills, Sa

The rose from BK Wines has come along way stylistically since it’s inception. The pale salmon Provence style inspired by Tempier, has been replaced with the dark coloured and fruited rendition we see in glass today that tips it’s hat to Eric Pfifferling’s L’anglore Tavel Rose. Saignee means bleedings, which means that the first flush of juice has been bled off rather than pressed. The result is a wine that can be called very dark rose or very pale red wine, that delivers ripe strawberry flavour and quince paste like complexity. One of the most exciting wines we have seen from this address in a long time.

2022 BK Wines Pinot Noir Pet Nat Adelaide Hills, Sa

A lava lamp of lees and solids visually, the nose of this wine is unmistakably Pinot Noir, smelling like just ripe raspberries and cherry goodness. This continues in the mouth with red berry waves to surf across the tongue and a fresh sea spray finish that screams spring drinking. The fruit is all from the sub-region of Lenswood, and like it’s chardonnay counterpart, is whole bunch pressed to a concrete egg before being bottled just before fermentation is complete.