Quite possibly the perfect gift...

It’s a brilliant gift when you’re stuck for ideas. You can give it to the person who has everything. And it’s a gift to be shared.  Australia produces some of the best wines of the world. And be it Red, White or Sparkling, we Aussie’s,just love our wines. 
To make it easy we have chosen a small range of popular Australian greats, to cover all occasions- cheerful to serious- and to meet all budgets.We’ve made it easy to find the perfect, appreciated gift for your loved ones, mates,clients, & events. Here you’ll find a great selection we truly had fun in choosing for everyday celebrations and fizz. Now there is only one thing to do! Celebrate and share, by popping up a Red, White or a Sparkler. Nothing says I Love You,Happy Birthday,Congratulations or Thank you…. like the gift of wine. Cheers
Please Note: Daisy Maisy Flowers are not a retailer or whole seller of wines. In order to compliment your order and offer you the service ,we buy,gift wrap and deliver the requested wine/s from the nearest wine retailer.
If due any reason,your selection is not available, then same will be replaced with a similar wine, of equivalent value. Thank you in advance for your understanding.
Important: Its an offence to supply or buy alcohol to/for a  person under the age of 18!

Wine FAQs

The keys to making the best match of food & wine,is an open mind, a willingness to experiment, and an understanding of why certain foods taste best with certain wines. This understanding is partly intuitive but the confidence necessary to be brave in matching flavours comes from experience 

Stick to these top wine varietals and you will enjoy the food, wine and your company.

  • Chardonnay (white): for dishes with cream sauces, cheese, shellfish 
  • Sauvignon Blanc(white): for light foods,fish, chicken; good cocktail wine. 
  • Riesling or sweeter wine: cocktail, desert, light fare
  • Pinot Noir – Red wine: goes well with red meat dishes, chicken, and salmon. 
  • Shiraz – Red wine: BBQ red meats 
  • Merlot – Red wine: beef, pork, lamb 
  • Cabernet – Red wine: the ultimate steak wine 
  • Zinfandel – Red wine: pizza, pastas, red meats

Remember, light foods go with light wines. Heavy foods go with heavy wines. Example: Sauvignon Blanc goes well with most light meals. Pinot Noir, Shiraz, Merlot, goes well with moderate to heavy foods.

Serving wine at the right temperature is one of the most overlooked and important aspects of wine appreciation. A white wine served too cold can kill its aroma and flavor, while a red served too warm can strip it of its character, and make it taste a little flabby.   

As per wine connoisseurs, Chanpagne or Sparkling wine is best enjoyed chilled between 7°C to 9°C   A good white wine only needs to be lightly chilled and can be served between 10°C and 13°C . Dry sherry, rosé and standard white wines are best served between 7°C and 10°C.  

Most red wines are best served just below room temperature, anywhere between 13°C and 19°C. Lighter reds, such as Beaujolais, taste better a little cooler between 10°C and 13°C.  

Champagne is a variety of sparkling (or carbonated or bubbly) wine produced in the Champagne region of France from a few specific varieties of grapes – Chardonnay,Pinot noir and Pinot Meunier. Though same grapes are grown in Australia but due to copyright issues all Australian bubbly’s are called “Sparkling wine”.
They are best enjoyed with light foods, cheese, salads,all kind of sea foods,pasta and dishes with cream sauces & cheese.

Word “Dry” when associated with wines means amount of sweetness of a sparkling wine.

  • Demi-sec – Means half sweet or half dry. Wine is sweetish. 
  • Dry – Means less sweeter then demi sec. 
  • Extra dry – Means slightly sweet. 
  • Brut (broot)- Means very dry. Not sweet at all. And is the most popular.

Make sure you have a good corkscrew. Use a knife or foil cutter to cut the very top of the foil on the neck of the bottle just below the top rim.  

•Use clear medium-sized wine glasses.  
•Pour the wine about one-third high in the glass.  
•When serving white wine, it is a good idea to have a wine cooler.  
•White wine is served chilled.  
•Red wine is served at room temperature.  
•Make sure you dont run out of wine.  

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