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The Real Review

#1 of 32 Pinot Gris from South Australia

Watery lemon colour with silver flecks. A soft bouquet of citrus and yellow apples. The palate is dry, with flavours of sweet pear and lemon jam. My favourite feature is the texture, soft and slippery with racy acidity and a crisp finish.
– Amanda Yallop, 2021


The Australian Sparkling Report 2020

The Prosecco of the Year

This is a fresh, crunchy, lively prosecco with just a touch of sweetness – hoorah! It’s built around the varietal markers of nashi pear, lemon and a spicy edge reminiscent of rocket. It’s about as well-crafted and delicious as prosecco can be. And refreshingly dry. King Valley, look out!
– Tyson Stelzer, 2020


2020 Royal Adelaide Olive Awards

Best Regional Oil

JOSEPH Cold Pressed – A fantastic oil. Lovely clean fresh nose of ripe tomato, apple, sweet citrus and grass. Great transfer of aromas to palate all in balance with added fresh nut and spice characters. Light yet creamy mouthfeel. Good balanced bitterness and textured pungency with a lingering length. Delicious.


The Real Review

#1 of 44 Prosecco in Australia

Palest yellow colour, bright and fresh. Bath salts, white pears, lemon curd and red apples - aromatically vivacious. It's round of bead and bristling with crunchy green-apple acidity. Ultra-dry with a measured tease of mid-palate sweetness. Very good
– Nick Butler, 16 MAR 2020


James Halliday

JOSEPH Sparkling Red – 2020 Sparkling Varietal Winners

Many premium Australian sparkling wines are regarded as being on par with the finest in the world. Tasmania's House of Arras has been awarded the sparkling category winner this year, with their 99-point example; they also host three other wines in the top-rated list. When talking sparkling red, the uniquely Australian sparkling shiraz and a McLaren Vale blend, the JOSEPH Sparkling Red, all feature.
– The Wine Companion, 2020


The Real Review

#1 of 28 Nebbiolo in Australia

Garnet with tawny edges - very Euro. Dried roses, bitumen firm oak, concentrated and ripe fruit, fragrant. It's powerful and built to unfurl over the next decade. Time in the glass releases latent tannins. Excellent wine.
– Nick Butler, 05 AUG 2019


Royal Adelaide Olive Awards

2019 JOSEPH First Run – Best Multi-Regional Oil

Judges Notes: Complex nut, artichoke, fig leaf and green grassy aromas. Fresh aromas persists on the palate and aftertaste. Light but creamy mouthfeel with a homogenised blend of chilli pepper, bitterness and astringency on the finish. Long length and delicious.