Every year, John Antico AM oversees the packing of 2.5 million kilos of his delectable Australian cherries. So, it’s no surprise that when it comes to these fruity favourites, John knows which ones are the best. John’s Snowgoose cherries are the biggest, plumpest and juiciest you can devour. Left a little longer on the trees than regular cherries, they build their sugar content to deliver unrivalled flavour. What’s more, John guarantees his cherries will be 100% sheer cherry perfection.
Visit Nina’s Chocolates in Gymea, and you’ll discover (like we did) molten waterfalls of exquisite chocolate and creations that resemble edible art. Master chocolatier George Magganas believes the chocolate experience begins with eating with your eyes, followed by the taste sensation that instills a sense of wonder. Using a base of imported Belgian couverture, George's 150 different chocolates have won over 100 awards. Lucky us! It has been an absolute pleasure tasting and selecting these for your recipient.
There are more than 200 varieties in the muscat family, but only one is used to make Rutherglen Muscat - the high quality Muscat a Petits Grains Rouge (muscat with little red berries). The local winemakers refer to it simply as Rutherglen Brown Muscat. Rutherglen Muscat – is the foundation of the style; displaying the fresh raisin aromas, rich fruit, clean spirit and great length of flavour on the palate which are the mark of all the Muscats of Rutherglen. Average age 3-5 years. Residual sweetness 180-240 grams per litre.