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ISSUE 12 - SPRING 2012

IN THE WINERY WITH

JIM CHATTO ‘Contango’ Coffee House Now Open!

James Halliday

Australian Wine Companion

2013 Results

WINE SPECIALS |

Restaurant Feature | Function Review 1


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an employee in the Hunter and Central Coast Tourism Industry. The award acknowledges individuals who have demonstrated dedicated professionalism to their work and a genuine concern for their customer, going ‘above and beyond’ their regular duties to provide exceptional service.

he Pepper Tree Team are delighted to welcome in the warm days and cool evenings of spring! Perfect weather to enjoy one of our crisp Hunter Semillons during the day or a soothing Wrattonbully Cabernet in the evening! We were fortunate enough to enjoy this warm weather at the recent inaugural Pooch Picnic held on the property mid-August. It was great to see so many friendly faces join us to help raise money for the worthy cause ‘Hunter Animal Rescue’ and relax within the surrounds of our beautiful grounds with their beloved furry friend. With plenty on offer, this day also marked the unofficial opening of our new Coffee House - “Contango”. We are excited and pleased to be able to offer this additional service to members and visitors who visit the property and create an additional experience to their time here at Pepper Tree!

To build on the recent acknowledgments Pepper Tree was also nominated as a finalist in both, 2012 Hunter and Central Coast Tourism Awards for Excellence in Tourism, under the category of Wineries, Distilleries, and Boutique breweries, as well as ‘Small Business of Excellence’ at the 2012 Hunter Business Chamber Awards. The team is gearing up to host a number of exciting functions for members and guests including the Annual Winemakers Table Luncheon and Budburst Luncheon hosted here at Pepper Tree. If you are interested in attending any of our events, please see page 8 for a full list of upcoming functions. Please let us know ASAP if you would like to secure your place at any event as they do sell out fast.

Pepper Tree has once again received an outstanding result in the latest 2013 James Halliday Australian Wine Companion, achieving another 5 star winery rating. This marks the fourth year in which we have received this rating and trumped last year’s results by receiving 12 wines with a coveted 94 points and above rating! Please see page 5 for further details along with page 3 for details on a sample pack of wines rated 94+ points!

If you are planning a visit to the Hunter and Pepper Tree, please let us know, as we would be delighted to provide you and your guests with the unique experience of sampling our current range along with new and museum releases, while relaxing with a cheese plate in the members tasting lounge! Feel free to unwind afterwards with a coffee made from our freshly roasted coffee beans overlooking the beautiful grounds of Pepper Tree!

One of Pepper Tree’s greatest strengths in which we pride ourselves on, is our friendly and passionate staff members. Their skills, passion and commitment to the brand are constantly on show and have recently been acknowledged at the 2012 Hunter and Central Coast Tourism Awards. Two of our Cellar Door staff members, Michael Latham & Leonne McDonald, both achieved finalist status in the Excellence in Customer Service category. This award recognises exceptional customer service of

We look forward to seeing you soon! Cheers, The Pepper Tree Team

CONTANGO COFFEE HOUSE NOW OPEN Contango – Espresso – Roasters continues the passion that is shared for terroir at Pepper Tree Wines. Instilled by the owner, Geologist John Davis, we believe that coffee beans are similar to wine grapes, in that the flavour components are influenced by their growing region. Carrying on the ‘handcraft’ philosophy of the winery, we have chosen different types of beans from varying regions to showcase the Contango difference.

What previous training and experience have you had? I studied Hospitality and Tourism at Passmores Colledge, on completion I was offered a Traineeship in Food & Beverage at Roberts Restaurant. Under the guidance of Robert Molines himself, I developed many skills and a strong understanding of the industry. After my traineeship I decided to travel and was able to utilise these skills in a number of establishments throughout the UK. When I came back from overseas I decided to return to where I began at Roberts Restaurant. I worked here for a while before moving to the renowned Muse Restaurant. From here I then gained my position in the Cellar Door at Pepper Tree.

Customers will have the opportunity to select from beans of their choice from different origins, each with their own unique flavours and components which will be expressed through every cup.

Everyone has their own personal preference in how they like their coffee served. What is your preferred method at the moment? I like my coffee strong – double shot, and hot! Preferably a single origin coffee made on full cream milk!

MEET THE MANAGER – MARK COSTER

How are your skills in latte art? I prefer to focus on the taste of the coffee… rather than how it looks!

What do you like about baristing? I like the buzz of giving people caffeine! I think it’s the enjoyment of giving someone their first cup of coffee for the day…. the first one is always the most important!

Do you prefer single origin coffee or a blend? I prefer a single origin coffee as it is a fuller and more robust coffee. A blend is still good however is better in a milk coffee – like a latte. It really depends on my mood I think!

What is your secret to a good coffee? Grind to order, and made with love and care! Having quality beans from single origins, roasted to perfection and only ground fresh to order makes a huge difference to the end product.

What is your favourite origin and why? At the moment my favourite is Ethiopian however Papua New Guinea is good too! Ethiopian beans are a more robust bean with fuller flavour. There are just so many to choose from though!

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WINE SPECIALS

SPRING SENSATIONS SPRING MIXED DOZEN

Retail Price $300

Wine Club Members Case Special $240

Including 3 bottles of each of the below: Limited Release 2012 “Tallawanta” Hunter Valley Semillon Limited Release 2012 Hunter Valley Verdelho Limited Release 2010 “The Pebbles” Wrattonbully Shiraz Viognier Limited Release 2010 “Classics” Wrattonbully Cabernet Merlot

Saving $60 + freight free

Tasting notes and free freight included

To place your order, simply complete the attached order form, or follow the links to the ONLINE SHOP.

JAMES HALLIDAY 5 STAR 6 PACK Limited Release 2011 ‘Tallawanta’ Hunter Valley Semillon Limited Release 2012 Hunter Valley Semillon Reserve 2012 ‘Alluvius’ Hunter Valley Semillon Reserve 2010 ‘Coquun’ Hunter Valley Shiraz Reserve 2009 'Calcare' Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon Grand Reserve 2008 ‘Strandlines’ Wrattonbully Cabernet Shiraz Tasting notes and free freight included Retail Price $234

Wine Club Members 6 pack Special $189 Saving $50 + freight free

Upgrade to a dozen (2 bottles of each) for an extra $150 Saving $135 + freight free

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IN THE WINERY WITH JIM CHATTO

Springtime in the Vineyard

New Releases We have just moved onto the 2009 Vintage of ‘Elderslee Road’ Wrattonbully Cabernet Sauvignon for members in the Wine Club. This is our 4th yet best release of ‘Elderslee Road’ to date! Incidentally, it won the trophy for ‘Best Single Vineyard Wine’ at last year’s Limestone Coast Wine Show and narrowly missed out on best red of show.

Now that things are warming up the first buds have started to swell before they burst and the growing season kicks off for 2013! Some good rainfall now is all we need for good growth and ultimately a great crop (fingers crossed). Another reminder that things are warming up in the valley; this week we had our first snake sighting! Leon came face to face with a Red Bellied Black Snake ascending the winery catwalk as he was about to come down. The snake won the stand-off and Leon took an alternative option to get down from the catwalk…

Other new releases are the 2012 Varietal Semillon Sauvignon Blanc and the 2008 Grand Reserve ‘Strandlines’ Wrattonbully Cabernet Shiraz. All three are reason enough to visit our newly vamped Cellar Door and Coffee House!

Significant Birthday This July saw me celebrating my 40th birthday! I tried to keep it quiet and hoped for a low key lunch or the like to see it pass. However, Daisy (my beautiful bride) insisted on a big bash, which is exactly what we had. Some 120 people gathered at Pepper Tree for a ‘Fabulous Forties’ party extraordinaire. Everyone made a huge effort to dress up from Don Bradman to an SS Gestapo officer. It looked like the set of a wartime film. Plenty of Champagne flowed to the dulcet tones of Tamworth’s ‘Lady of Jazz’ Kate Armstrong.

Winery Right now the winery team is busy blending the 2011 Varietal reds from Wrattonbully and Coonawarra. We are pretty excited about these as the difficult vintage down south forced us to downgrade our best blocks from Reserve to Varietal. The result for you is that the Varietal reds get our very best fruit from 2011. Our ‘Venus Block’ Chardonnay has now been in barrel for about 6 months and will be ready for blending and bottling just before Xmas. The fruit from the ‘Venus Block’ is our best to date, so we have very high hopes for the wine once bottled.

A wonderful way to celebrate the big 40 or as someone once said ‘the old age of youth’ Jim Chatto

PEPPER TREE WINES ‘Q4’ CLUB ‘Q4' stands behind our philosophy of providing ‘Quality' wine on a 'Quarterly' basis. This exclusive membership is available to 200 members only. These members will receive first priority access to all Reserve and Single Vineyards wines upon release, along with additional discounts and extensive privileges. With an increased commitment of receiving 2 cases of wine per quarter, members are offered flexibility with their choice of wine received per quarter. For an information package and membership form, please call the Wine Club on 1800 655 965 or email katedh@peppertreewines.com.au

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James Halliday

Staff Profile; Michael Latham

Australian Wine Companion 2013 Results

We are pleased to announce that we have once again been awarded a red 5 star rating in the 2013 edition of the James Halliday Australian Wine Companion. A red 5 star rating is awarded to an “outstanding winery regularly producing wines of exemplary quality and typicity. Will have at least two wines rated at 94 points or above and had a 5 star rating for the previous two years”. Alluvius Reserve Hunter Valley Semillon 2011 Bright quartz-green; the bouquet is striking and notably complex, with nuances of grass, herb and citrus zest, the palate at once mouth-filling yet elegant, the flavours running through with drive and energy; has the balance, line and length of a true champion. From the Braemore Vineyard. Screwcap. 10.8% alc. Rating 97 To 2026 $32 (Best of the best by variety) Random Acts of Winemaking Hunter Valley Grampians Shiraz 2010 The result of a 007 licence to kill, this was the brainchild of close friends Jim Chatto and Dan Buckle at Mount Langi Ghiran; a blend of two estate vineyards, the Hunter providing depth and savoury elements, the Grampians the very obvious spice and floral lift. A high class, long-lived wine. Screwcap. 13.8% alc Rating 97 To 2030 $70

Mike is a valuable member of our Cellar Door team and has been working with the company since December 2009. Earlier this year Mike moved into a full time roll with in the Cellar Door and Corporate Department. Mike’s love of wine, music and a good time makes him a very entertaining member of the team!

Tallawanta Limited Release Hunter Valley Semillon 2011 Bright quartz; an altogether seamless and perfectly balanced Semillon, with a deceptive youthful delicacy to the classic flavours of lemongrass and lemon citrus, minerality and acidity providing the life line into a very long future. Screwcap. 11.5% alc. Rating 96 To 2026 $28

What do you like most about working at Pepper Tree Wines? It’s a great environment to learn more about wine and everyone is always up for a laugh! What do you believe to be Pepper Tree’s greatest strength? Great wine and great staff (except for Michelle…) What is your favourite Pepper Tree wine currently available? It’s a tossup between the Reserve 2008 ‘Elderslee Road’ Wrattonbully Cabernet Sauvignon and the Reserve 2010 ‘Coquun’ Hunter Valley Shiraz. What has been the funniest or most memorable moment that you have experienced while working at PTW? The Caramello Koala incident of 2010 or Elly’s big screen debut….. don’t ask! What has been the strangest comment/question some has said? Do you like trees….? I still have no idea what they were talking about. What has been your favourite Member Event? The Harvest Luncheons in May are always fun, and the Canberra Members Dinner a couple weeks ago was great as well! Which member event are you looking forward to next? This November will be my first Sydney Harbour Cruise club function - I’m definitely looking forward to that! What is your wine of choice to drink on a special occasion (other than Pepper Tree of course)? I’m a sucker for Vat 1. If you could have dinner with 3 people of your choice who would it be? John Frusciante, Will Ferrel as Ron Burgundy and Natalie Portman What is your favourite restaurant to visit in the Hunter Valley? Muse is fantastic – I’m doing a dego there in September. I’m also a big fan of Amanda’s on the Edge. What do you like to do in your spare time? Most of my free time is spent playing guitar or driving to Sydney to make band practice on time.

Single Vineyard Reserve Coquun Hunter Valley Shiraz 2010 Bright crimson-purple; a young, exuberant and lively bouquet, with red fruits, spices, fine toasty oak and fresh leather all on display; the mediumbodied palate reveals a silky texture, fresh acidity and fine-grained tannins, all in harmony and cohesion. A wine for drinking now and for cellaring. Screwcap. 14.5% alc. Rating 96 To 2030 $55 BE Single Vineyard Limited Release Hunter Valley Semillon 2011 Pale straw-green; has the lemongrass aroma unique to Semillon, with a hint of spice hiding in the background; the palate has great intensity, drive and length, drawing saliva from the mouth as the acidity clicks in. Has a certain 20-year future. Screwcap. 11.3% alc. Rating 95 To 2031 $22 Tallavera Limited Release Hunter Valley Shiraz 2010 Crimsonpurple; the complex bouquet has plum, mulberry and a hint of sweet earth, the soft , supple medium-bodied palate with great line, length and balance, the tannins silky, oak restrained. Screwcap. 14.5% alc. Rating 95 To 2030 $45 Single Vineyard Strandlines Grand Reserve Wrattonbully Cabernet Shiraz 2010 Has a whirl of blackcurrant, blackberry, black cherry and plum interleaved with spicy notes; the tannins are fine, the oak doing its job, but both leaving the focus on the fruit. Screwcap. 14.5% alc Rating 95 To 2025 $55 For further information on the James Halliday 2013 results please click here. # Where BE appears at the end of a wine listing, this signifies that Ben Edwards tasted the wine and wrote the note and allocated the score. Wines considered to offer special value for money

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Pepper Tree Pet Club

Introducing Stella the Pepper Tree Pet Club Ambassador The Pepper Tree Team are proud to appoint Stella the Labrador as the new face of our Pepper Tree Pet Club. We are pleased to introduce you to Stella, our inaugural member and a proud representative of the Pet Club along with her parents who are valued Wine Club members – regularly visiting the Cellar Door and attending many Wine Club functions! Stella would like to welcome your furry family member to join the Pepper Tree Pet Club!

Join the Club for $39.95, including:

Click to Join Pepper Tree Pet Club or Phone 1800 655 965

• Pepper Tree Wines dog lead RRP $18.50 • 1 bottle of wine RRP $18.00 • Treat for your furry friend in your Wine Club committed cases • Membership Certificate • Plus complimentary bowl of water and treats upon their visit to the winery • Your canine family member will feature on our Pepper Tree Pet Club Members Board in the Cellar Door!

PET OF THE MONTH

We are delighted to introduce you to – Tarzan! Tarzan was born on 20th May, 2011. His owners picked him up at 6 weeks of age and fell in love with his cheeky charm. Tarzan has a label fetish; no label is allowed to stay on anything from tea towels to jackets! Even the ones in his bedding are not safe! Tarzan graduated from puppy school and obedience class..... bottom of the class. His owners expected nothing less from this Beagle, providing no competition for other dogs, apart from when food was involved, then he was the quickest! Funny stories about Tarzan…. where do we start, he doesn't like riding in the car, once you finally have him in the car he sits facing the backseat on the edge.... often falling off! He doesn't seem to get it that facing the front is much more comfortable, we tried. Tarzan believes that his biscuits taste much nicer if they are not eaten out of his own bowl. We put them in a plastic bottle now, which he empties in minutes, he seems to want to work for his food. He is adorable, very happy and nice natured, well known in the local park and not only because of his name! Breed: Beagle

Pet Hate: Waking up

Favourite food: Tarzan loves mummy’s homemade dog cookies... gone in seconds Obsession: Labels

Favourite Toy: Tarzan use to have favourite toys.... however none of them are left, as they tasted too good… or had labels. His favourite toy now is his plastic bottle with his biscuits.

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RESTAURANT FEATURE Restaurant Botanica Located in the heart of the Hunter Valley at luxury retreat Spicers Vineyards Estate, Restaurant Botanica’s reputation for unique, regionally distinctive dining lies in both its seasonal menu and award-winning regional wine list. Taking in stunning views across the estate’s vineyard and out to the Brokenback mountains, guests can opt to enjoy either a two or three course à la carte menu experience or allow the restaurant team to showcase the Signature five course menu with a matched Hunter Valley wine experience. An extensive kitchen garden provides constant inspiration for the menu, with the chefs employing artisan and modern techniques to produce a menu that is fresh, seasonal and chemical free. Guests are encouraged to visit the kitchen garden and talk to the chefs, pay a visit to our resident Black Berkshire pigs or take a wander through the restaurants' wine cellar. Open Wednesday to Sunday for Dinner from 6pm Lunches Saturday and Sunday 12noon - 3pm, Wed-Fri by request Chef: Mark Stapleton 555 Hermitage Rd, Pokolbin NSW P: 1300 192 868 E: vineyardsestate@spicersgroup.com.au www.spicersgroup.com.au/restaurant/restaurant-botanica

WHERE TO FIND OUR WINES Spice Crusted Kingfish with Heirloom Tomatoes Serves four 4 x 150gm Kingfish fillets 5gm coriander seed 2gm cumin seed 2gm fennel seeds 1gm peppercorns 1 bunch parsley 1 lemon 100gm extra virgin olive oil 3gm salt Roast spices in oven at 150°C for ten minutes so they are fragrant and then grind in spice grinder/coffee mill. Chop parsley add spices, olive oil, lemon zest, lemon juice. Top each fish portion with spice mix and cook in oven for 8 minutes at 165°C.

QLD Fifth Element, South Bank

500gm of mixed heirloom tomatoes ½ bunch of basil 30gm red wine vinegar 60gm extra virgin olive oil 2gm salt Roughly cut tomatoes and tear basil. Mix oil and vinegar together and use to dress tomatoes and season. Arrange tomatoes on plate and place kingfish on top.

Serve with green salad and a bottle of Pepper Tree Semillon Sauvignon Blanc – the perfect spring food and wine combo! 7

Omeros Brothers Seafood Restaurant, Marina Mirage, Main Beach

NSW Restaurant Botanica, Hunter Valley Macleay St Bistro, Potts Point Barbuto Restaurant, Narrabeen

VIC Half Moon, Brighton Barbuto Restaurant, Narrabeen


FUNCTIONS CALENDAR S eptember Q4 Member Function Annual Winemakers Table Luncheon Saturday 22nd September, 2012 In the Winery – Pepper Tree Estate O CTOBER Annual Budburst Luncheon Saturday 13th October, 2012 The Chapel – Pepper Tree Complex $90 per person

FUNCTIONS REVIEW ANNUAL CANBERRA MEMBERS’ DINNER Friday 10th August, 2012 – Dieci e Mezzo, Canberra City Members and guests were treated to a unique dining experience at the Annual Canberra Members’ Dinner this year. Held at the increasingly popular Dieci e Mezzo and set alongside the National Gallery, this unique venue set the scene with its striking décor along with a distinctive backdrop providing a captivating art show of light of sculptures! Members and guests enjoyed a contemporary menu with Italian influences, perfectly matched to our premium wines showcasing some new and museum releases!

N OVEMBER Sydney Harbour Sunset Cruise Friday 9th November, 2012 7pm – 10pm $100 per person (canapés and wine) Sydney Harbour Afternoon Cruise Saturday 10th November, 2012 2pm – 5pm $100 per person (canapés and wine) QLD Showcase Members’ Dinner Friday 16th November, 2012 The Little Truffle Restaurant, Mermaid Beach QLD $115 per person D ECEMBER Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! If you are interested in attending any of the above functions we recommend booking ASAP as they do sell out fast! To book or enquire please CLICK HERE to e-mail or FREECALL 1800 655 965

PEPPER TREE POOCH PICNIC Sunday 19th August, 2012 – Pepper Tree Complex The Pepper Tree team had been gearing up for the highly anticipated Pepper Tree Pooch Picnic, held in the beautiful grounds of Pepper Tree! Visitors from far and wide arrived with the entire family to enjoy a day out in the sun! While relaxing on their picnic blanket, visitors along with their furry friends, were entertained by the Wonder Dogs of Wollombi who gave a number of performances displaying their astonishing talents and amusing tricks along with providing some useful training tips! The Border Collies then gave a brilliant demonstration on the agility course, showing the rest of dogs on the day how it is done before they attempted to take part in the seemingly unchallenging course! With plenty on offer on the day including pet pampering stalls who provided a great range of indulgences for your pooch, music, food and wine, the day was thoroughly enjoyed by all! We are proud to have raised some much needed money for “Hunter Animal Rescue” and would like to thank all those who attended and for their kind donation.

BUDBURST LUNCHEON Saturday 13th October 2012 Enjoy a casual gourmet lunch at The Chapel prepared by the famous Roberts Restaurant in the stunning grounds of the Pepper Tree Estate. Tickets $90.00 per person To book call 1800 655 965 or click here to email your interest

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Q4 Club Prices will be adjusted accordingly VARIETAL

REGION

VINTAGE

RRP

CLUB BTL

BTL QTY

CLUB CASE

CASE QTY

TOTAL

SPRING SENSATIONS Spring Mixed Dozen

300.00

240.00

James Halliday 5 Star - 6 pack

239.00

189.00

James Halliday 5 Star - Dozen

474.00

339.00

GRAND RESERVE RANGE 'Strandlines' Cabernet Shiraz

6 PACK Wrattonbully

2008

55.00

46.50

279.00

RESERVE RANGE

12 PACK

'Alluvius' Semillon 'Venus Block' Chardonnay '14 Shores' Merlot

Hunter Valley

2012

35.00

29.50

354.00

Orange

2010

35.00

29.50

354.00

Wrattonbully

2010

42.00

35.50

426.00

'The Gravels' Shiraz Viognier

Wrattonbully

2009

42.00

35.50

426.00

'Coquun' Shiraz

Hunter Valley

2010

55.00

46.50

558.00

'Elderslee Road' Cabernet Sauv

Wrattonbully

2009

42.00

35.50

426.00

'Calcare' Cabernet Sauvignon

Coonawarra

2009

42.00

35.50

426.00

SINGLE VINEYARD - LIMITED RELEASE 'Tallawanta' Semillon

12 PACK

Hunter Valley

2012

28.00

23.50

Hunter Valley

2012

22.00

19.00

282.00

LIMITED RELEASE RANGE Semillon Sauvignon Blanc

12 PACK 228.00

Orange

2012

22.00

19.00

228.00

Verdelho

Hunter Valley

2012

22.00

19.00

228.00

Pinot Gris

Wrattonbully

2012

22.00

19.00

228.00

Merlot

Wrattonbully

2010

25.00

21.00

252.00

'Classics' Cabernet Merlot

Wrattonbully

2010

25.00

21.00

252.00

'The Pebbles' Shiraz Viognier

Wrattonbully

2010

25.00

21.00

252.00

Cabernet Sauvignon

Orange

2010

25.00

21.00

252.00

Shiraz

Hunter Valley

2011

35.00

29.50

354.00

Tannat

Wrattonbully

2009

25.00

21.00

252.00

Semillon Sauvignon Blanc

Varietal

2012

18.00

15.00

180.00

Verdelho

Varietal

2012

18.00

15.00

180.00

VARIETAL RANGE

12 PACK

Pinot Gris

Varietal

2011

18.00

15.00

180.00

Unwooded Chardonnay

Varietal

2011

18.00

15.00

180.00

Chardonnay

Varietal

2011

18.00

15.00

180.00

Merlot

Varietal

2010

18.00

15.00

180.00

Cabernet Merlot Franc

Varietal

2009

22.00

18.50

222.00

Cabernet Sauvignon

Varietal

2010

18.00

15.00

180.00

Shiraz

Varietal

2010

18.00

15.00

180.00 FREIGHT $12 PER CASE

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