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Tap Wines Is Not A Dirty Word! It's An Innovation 🙌🏼
I insisted on serving tap wines! Why? For the same reason I have insisted on becoming a tap based business.
Tap wines are not of less quality in any way infect some of the best wines in the market are being kegged for less pollution and improving fast service.
The tap wines provided by Noisy Ritual are made by a passionate team that produces full-bodied wines of the highest quality.
We recommend walking into one of their two wineries and trying some tap wins for yourself.
Tap wines are available all year round however the type of tap wines available may change seasonally.
Founded by two mates after the serendipitous discovery of a wine fermenter in a suburban basement, it's now a full-scale winery making premium tap wines using grapes sourced from vineyards all over Victoria.
To read more about Noisy Ritual and the tap wines they provide, visit their website here.
type: Sauvignon Blanc
Short description: A fruit driven (but dry) new world Sauv - with more going on than you might expect.
Nose / Clean and fresh with a tropical vibe
Palate / Pineapple and nectarine with a hint of hazelnut and a crisp finish.
Short description: A Savoury characteristics derived from old barrels.
Nose // Spice and a hint of earth.
Palate // red berries, cream and a hint of clove with fine tannins providing complexity and structure.
type: Pinot Gris
Short description: A distinction between the Pinot Grigio style (which is more austere) and Pinot Gris which is more generous.
Nose // White flower petals and pear skin.
Palate // spiced ginger, pear skin and a hint of stone fruit, with bright acidity creating a fresh, dry finish.
type: Sunbury Pinot Noir
Short description: Complex aromas and flavours, red and dark berry characteristics, earth and spice (and all things nice).
type: Sunbury Chardonnay
Short description: A perfect balance between generous fruit and firm natural acidity.
Nose / A hint of toasty oak, lemon zest & peach crumble
Palate / Silky lemon curd & white nectarine, with freshness and drive provided by minerally acidity.
type: Heathcote Shiraz
Rich aromas of plum, earth and chocolate with a mouth-filling richness and soft tannin structure.
type: Heathcote Sangiovese
Short description: A suave, fruity, textured Sangiovese.
Vineyard: Camelback, Heathcote
Hand sorted and stomped before undergoing wild fermentation in open fermenters, where it is hand plunged daily. Hand pressed then matured in French oak barrels (15% new). Full wild malolactic fermentation.
type: Geelong Pinot
Short description: A floral, juicy, cool-climate Pinot Noir.
Hand sorted and stomped before undergoing wild fermentation in open fermenters, where it was hand plunged daily. Hand pressed then matured in French oak barrels (15% new). Full wild malolactic fermentation.
Short description: A generous, juicy, delicious Tempranillo.
Hand sorted. Foot stomped. Nose / Macerated cherries, milk chocolate & a rich earthiness
Palate / Dark cherry and chocolate, with long silky tannins and a hint of sour cherry giving it length and complexity.
Are tap wines cheap? Tap wines are not cheap! Infect, some of the most successful wineries keg their wines these days.
Why should we choose tap wines? It allows us to provide you with more wine for less cost without compromising quality. Tap wines are better for the environment since the wine is kegged there is less use of bottles which are harmful to the environment.
Does the wine go off with tap wines? No, the wine does not go off the tap wines we use are kegged in a keykeg meaning the gas does not touch the wine therefore cannot affect the quality of the wines.
Have any other questions? contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call directly 0432695294
type: Aperol spritz
Short description: Italian prosecco - based cocktail, commonly served as an aperitif it consists of prosecco, Aperol, soda water and orange wedge.
type: Passionfruit Caprioska
Short description: The Caprioska is a beautiful blend of vodka and passionfruit juice, topped with soda and finished with a dash of lime.
type: Espresso Martini
Short description: Nitrogen-charged espresso martini, notes of vanilla, vodka and burnt orange.
Short description: A Cuban cocktail often consists of white rum, sugar, lime juice, soda water, and mint.
Short description: A popular Italian cocktail, made of gin, vermouth rosso, and Campari, garnished with orange peel.
type: French 75
Short description: The French Soixante Quinze cocktail made from gin, Champagne, lemon juice, and sugar.
Short description: Informally cosmo, is a cocktail made with vodka, triple sec, cranberry juice, and freshly squeezed lime juice.
Short description: A Mexican cocktail consisting of tequila, orange liqueur, and lime juice served with salt rim.
type: Old Fashioned
Short description: A traditional whiskey cocktail loved by all consists of whisky, sugar, bitters, soda water and a splash of orange peel.
Short description: Spanish cocktail, traditionally consists of red wine, chopped fruit, orange juice and spirits.
Short description: The original 1860's Milan cocktail composed of Campari, sweet vermouth, club soda and garnished with a slice of lemon.
* Special requests are welcomed.