The Beverage Company – Exalta Wines

The Beverage Company – Exalta Wines

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas.

The end of 2021 draws to a close and our Christmas giveaways are now very near.  This year, EES have partnered up with The Beverage Company.  The Beverage Company was founded on the premise of drinking quality booze, and ensuring family and friends always have it in ready supply.  These guys are focused on sourcing and supporting the Western Australian independent on and off premise trade.

So just what is on offer this year? 

Exalta Wine Twin Packs! 

Sourced from select blocks on a single vineyard site in Metricup, Margaret River, these wines are made from dynamically grown fruit which is hand harvested.  This method of picking is much more gentler on the fruit, ensuring that there is minimal bruising and damage. 

Shaun and Brian trying out the wine

In these twin packs there is a delicious Chardonnay, along with a dark Syrah. 

First off the Chardonnay has been called “powerful and elegant” – this wine is barrel fermented with wild yeast. Lifted lime and citrus with brioche on the nose, with a palate of wine nectarine, lemon meringue and crème brulee with a fine line of classy French oak.  With a description like this it makes even the non-drinkers of the office want a taste! 

Exalta Wine shown here with the famous EES lollies along with some amazing artwork by local artist Laura Farnhill

Secondly is the Syrah. This Syrah has thick viscous tears and is a deep purple, enticing the senses before it has even touched your lips.  There’s trace of liquorice, chocolate and coffee grinds that result in long smooth tannins.  It’s been called “big, bold and beautiful”.

If you are looking for a present to wow a loved one, head over to The Beverage Company website now (pssst, there’s not just wine but a vast selection of beers and spirits also).

 

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