Every glass of Banrock Station wine consumed contributes to conservation. Banrock Station was established in 1995 to demonstrate that wine production and conservation could go hand in hand. Since then funds from wine sales have supported over 95 environmental projects in 13 countries. The projects range from restoring natural assets in Europe, and saving salmon in Canada to preserving waterways and wetlands in Australia.
- South Australia
Winery Tasting Notes
Medium straw with a fresh green/gold hue.
The Banrock Station Frizzante is a fruity and fresh wine, exhibiting distinctive lemon sherbet and exotic fruit characteristics.
This lightly sparkling wine is soft, sweet, luscious and light in alcohol with a distinct juicy mouth feel. The Frizzante displays fresh tropical fruit flavors, finishing with a bright natural acidity.
Fruits and cheese platters.