Region: Eden Valley

Winemaker: Jo Irvine

Case Size: mixed six pack containing 3 bottles of On Point Piont Grigio, 2 bottles of Mackenzie William 1896 dry Riesling, and 1 bottle of Charli Jaye Chardonnay



Mixed Summer Six pack.

As warm days infiltrate, a chilled glass of white wine hits the spot after a busy day. Relish the warmer sunny weekends (while they last!) with these three exquisite wines.

Aromas literally dancing right out of glass. Layers of complexity and elegance. Texture and polish that leave you wanting more.

Our Summer Six includes your new faves:

3 x 2023 On Point Pinot Grigio

2 x 2022 Mackenzie William 1896 Riesling

98 Points | Winestate Magazine

1  x 2018 Charli Jaye Chardonnay

Gold | 2020 Melbourne International Wine Comp

2023 Brockenchack On Point Pinot Grigio

Bright and lively with gorgeous gentle tropical aromas. Wonderfully juicy lime, a splash of lemon and ripe pear, then fresh stone fruit flavours seem to swirl around each other, with what feels like a beautiful honeysuckle and white peach chaser. Soft on the palate, our Pinot Grigio is created to be gently dry, with a deliciously refreshing finish. Named in honour of our granddaughters Bronte and Charli, and their passion for and excellence in ballet and dancing over the years. It’s a play on the French ballet term en-pointe; to stand on one’s toes in full extension – no easy feat – but something both girls can do with grace and elegance.

2022 Brockenchack Mackenzie William 1896 Riesling

Exhibiting all the fresh aromatic citrus finery that Eden Valley Riesling is so well known for; pressed lemon, fresh lime flavours, cut green apple and a tease of spring orange blossom zip across the palate in generous verses. Soft acidity and minerality form the linear rhythm section of this elegantly lengthy dry Riesling style. Our 12th vintage of our single vineyard Eden Valley Mackenzie William Riesling, made from vines dating back to 1896 – believed to be the oldest Riesling vines in Australia and why we named it after our oldest grandson Mack. Made in an approachable style, it is thoroughly enjoyable upon release, but it will also age gracefully for a decade or so (for those who love an aged Riesling).

2018 Charli Jaye Chardonnay

An extremely food friendly Chardonnay. Light green tinged pale straw in colour. The perfumed lift of pears, apples and vanilla bean nougat set the aromatics bar high with this Eden Valley Chardonnay, grown in the rugged cool climate Eastern Barossa Ranges near Peggy’s Hill. The streamlined sleek elegant palate has a clean steel acid thread running through seamless layers of pear apple fruit and bright spice oak, with an extended line and length to a very tidy finish. Named after our youngest granddaughter Charli, a sophisticated Chardonnay style was intended from the outset. Our fourth incarnation of Eden Valley Chardonnay stays true to our philosophy of seeking elegance and was subsequently awarded a gold medal at the 2020 Melbourne International Wine Competition.

2022 Mackenzie William 1896 Riesling

98 Points | Winestate Magazine | “Distinctly aromatic bouquet with lovely lemon and lime characters and river pebble-like minerality. Good fleshy weight to the palate with lovely texture and pure citrus flavours.”


2018 Charli Jaye Chardonnay

Gold Medal | 2020 Melbourne International Wine Competition (95 points)

94 Points | Wine Orbit | “It’s stylish and complex on the nose showing apricot, fig, vanillin oak, popcorn and subtle spice aromas, followed by a beautifully weighted palate displaying expansive mouthfeel backed by bright acidity. Generous yet refined and poised with a persistent silky finish.” ~Sam Kim~

93 Points | Australia’s National Liquor News, March 2021 Tasting | “Deliciously moreish. Complex butterscotch and vanilla, silky over generous citrus flavours. Finishes clean and refreshing, ready for a second sip.” ~Michael Mcintosh~

90 Points | The Real Review | Rich, creamy chardonnay with peach, apple, toast, cashew nut and spicy oak flavours. Weighty wine with a pleasing texture. Accessible now but should continue to offer pleasing drinking for another 4-5 years. Drink by 2028.” ~Bob Campbell~

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