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Copyright © Cumulus Vineyards Pty Ltd 2019 | A.B.N. 93 604 808 175 | Liquor Licence No. LIQW880015132

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Our Brands

Our wines are created from vines higher than 600 metres above sea-level at our single-vineyard estate. We are committed to creating delicious premium wines that are a staple of the Orange region by using only our best fruit parcels combined with sophisticated high-altitude winemaking techniques.

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Cumulus wines are meticulously hand-crafted in exceptional vintages. Grown from premium blocks in the vineyard, (above 600 metres) they are whole bunch pressed, natural yeast barrel fermented and matured in a combination of French and American oak for 12 months.

 

Varietals:

Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Shiraz

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ALTE Wines are a testament to everything great about high-altitude winemaking. Using only the best parcels of fruit, these single-vineyard wines unveil the elegance and purity unique to our cool, sun-drenched region in Orange, NSW.

Varietals:

Chardonnay, Shiraz

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Sourced from the higher elevations of our Estate grown vineyard above 600m (Orange appellation) “Climbing” wines exhibit intense flavours courtesy of lower yielding vines set on ancient soils, extremely cool nights and carefully nurtured viticulture. The Climbing range exhibit carefully added winemaking techniques to deliver complexity that layers the natural bright and elegant fruit character.

Varietals:

Chardonnay, Pinot Gris, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Shiraz

Our heroine gracefully soars high above the Cumulus vineyard evoking Icarus’s ill-fated journey, daring the radiant stars to melt her magnificent golden feathers. Her figure cuts an elegant silhouette in our cool-climate nights, while the glimmer of her wings is warm, like the first rays of sunlight on our vines. She rises from the volcanic soil of Orange as do the vines that give life to our wines, creating a unique and complex personality. She is bold, graceful, elegant… immortalised by our winemakers - she is Soaring.

Varietals:

Chardonnay, Pinot Gris, Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz

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Inspired by the rolling hills of the Central Ranges near Orange, “Rolling” wines are sourced from the sub-600m elevations of our single estate grown vineyard where cool temperatures coupled with bright sunlight produce fruit of incredible colour and vibrant flavours. The label iconography sees our heroine Beatrice and her faithful dog Cirro exploring the rolling hills of the single estate vineyard throughout the distinct cool climate seasons.

 

Varietals:

Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio, Sauvignon Blanc Semillon, Cabernet Merlot, Shiraz

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Luna Rosa celebrates the joining of ‘old world’ Portuguese artisanship with ‘new world’ sophistication of cool climate winemaking to create truly fresh, unique wines. Our Australian Senior winemaker, Debbie Lauritz keeps the tradition alive through the creation of the Luna Rosa range.

Varietals:

Rosado, Grenache Shiraz Mourvèdre

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Block 50 is sustainably farmed and is proud to be involved in a wide range of sustainable viticultural practices including utilising technology to improve soil health, reducing water use, using sheep to minimise weeds between the rows and planting trees throughout the vineyard. These techniques allow the vines to thrive naturally – producing fruit with incredible depth and pure varietal character.

Varietals:

Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio, Sauvignon Blanc Semillon, Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz

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Crafted with imagination, with our 'Head In The Clouds' and our feet firmly on the ground, these wines perfectly capture the passion and spirited nature of our Cumulus Vineyard. These wines are affordable with deliciously bright and vibrant flavours.

Available exclusively at Aldi Liquor.

 

Varietals:

Pinot Gris, Merlot (SOLD OUT - New vintage coming in April)