Starward Nova Single Malt Australian Whisky 700mL

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A delicious whisky deviant. Exceptional length thanks to the red wine barrels. Bright aromatic notes of red berries, orchard fruits, vanilla, caramel and soft oak spice. Smooth and complex when sipped neat. Shines in classic cocktails. Works exceptionally well with food. 
Nova is matured exclusively in red wine barrels from Yarra Valley and Baross Valley wineries making great Australian shiraz, cabernets and pinot noirs. This whisky reflects Melbourne in every sip. From the vibrant foodie scene to the wild weather to the world-class, cool climate wine. All Nova’s carefully sourced ingredients come from just a day’s drive away. The single malt whisky is double distilled using Australian malted barley. Borrowing from the craft brewing scene, the barley is fermented with brewers’ yeast for an extra bold flavour. The barrels are filled at a lower alcohol proof than other single malts, to take in more of the red wine fruit characters and tannins.

Tasting Note: Bright flavours on the nose of red berries and orchard fruit coated in soft oak spice. Palate of rich red berry pudding covered in vanilla, caramel and spice. Balanced and long finish. The sweetness fades and the delicious flavour goes on.

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