Kingston Estates was established by the Moularadellis family. The winery was built in 1985 on the corner of the family property next to the original vineyard as well as the family home. Today the winery can be considered two wineries in one: the original winery and the modern extension.
The original winery is where they make their small batch super premium wines giving them the flexibility and control to develop parcels of wine into exciting styles that truly reflect the varieties and regions from which they come. State of the art tanks and winemaking equipment enhance their ability to produce commercial and larger volume wines to the highest standard.
Deep garnet in colour with a ruby hue. On the nose, lifted aromas of blackcurrant, cassis and subtle stewed plum characters, along with a hint of spicy oak. The palate is elegant and full bodied revealing flavours of blackcurrant, quince and cassis fruit, enhanced by hints of mint and mild herbaceous characters. A beautiful complex and smooth oak finish.
Perfect paired with hearty lamb shanks, strong flavoured cheese and chocolate.
Gold - 2017 Berliner Wine Trophy. 91/100 Points from Patrick Eckel at Wine Reviewer, 2018. Silver Medal, Sommelier Wine Awards, 2019: Adam Michocki of The Glasshouse spoke of 'an expressive wine, with cassis, bramble, eucalyptus, toast and oak', while Elena Serban of Hakkasan found additional 'graphite, ink and blackcurrant notes'. 'Round, fruity, balanced and classic,' concluded team leader Laurent Richet MS.