Well, ain't this quite the happy trio of Aussie wine?
We start with Luke Lambert's 2018 Yarra Valley Syrah, whole-bunch fermented with indigenous yeast, aged in old oak, unfined, unfiltered, yadda yadda yadda. So pretty and floral with violets and lavender, mulberries and currants, and a sweet little dusting of cocoa; a charmer. Syrah flavour with Pinot Noir structure. A showstopper. Yum. Here in Vancouver, it's imported by Sur lie, and available at Kitsilano Wine Cellar for around 75 bucks.
Moving on, Yalumba's 2017 Eden Valley Roussanne. What's that wafting out of the glass? Dammit, it's elderflower! The beeswax-y palate is drenched in honey, white peaches, a smudge of fresh ginger, and there's an ample serving of lemon meringue pie. Good acid. Actually: great acid. Keeps things nice and lively. It's imported by Pacific Wine & Spirits, and at Marquis Wine Cellars for 39 bucks.
Finally, Pewsey Vale's incredible, incredible 1961 Block 2018 Riesling. Hella-dry with lime, jasmine, and a whole bunch of rocks. If you know, you know. Also Pacific Wine & Spirits, also Marquis Wine Cellars. $52. Drink now or lay it down as long as you want.