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Majella Cabernet Sauvignon

$40.00
What more can we say about the Majella Cabernet? Universally regarded as one of Coonawarra's greatest wines, it continues to win trophies and medals throughout Australia and the world. Dark red in colour, with a very complex nose with hints of blackberries and ripe cherries. This complexity carries over to the palate, rich, juicy and ribena-like, with plums and fruitcake characters showing through. As ever the finish is long and lingering with wonderful 'soft grain' tannins. Drink now or wait 10 - 15 years. In the usual Majella manner the ferment was finished off in 300 litre French oak barrels. After MLF the wine was aged for a further 18 months in oak before bottling.

Montalto Pennon Hill Pinot Noir

$35.00
A youthful ruby colour in the glass; on the nose it shows concentrated red cherry, raspberry and cranberry fruits with subtle earthy spice. The palate is lively and fruit-forward with the flavours mirroring the aromas. The wine has fine-grained tannins with a gentle grip and a soft, warm finish. Gold Medal–2016 Boutique Wine Awards Gold Medal–2016 Winewise Small Vignerons’ Awards “All about the cherries, kirsch; expressly aromatic as is often the Pennon Hill way – alluring, yet with a depth and semblance of spice. A distinct lightness, ethereal – if you like – yet immediately at odds to this comes an intense spice, and a freshening acidity. A wine of opposites, with tannin both firm and fine. Length is generous. This is an outstanding release from Montalto and you’d have to suggest it would age gracefully too. 93/100–Stuart Robinson, Vinsomniac

Claymore You'll Never Walk Alone GSM

$22.00
The colour is deep with purple tints, thanks to the shiraz component. Coconutty oak scents together with dark fruit aromas lead into a smooth, supple, rounded and easy-drinking palate with gentle tannins. Good, ready to drink red, if not very complex. Now to 2018. 14 per cent alcohol.

Longhop Old Vine Grenache

$18.00
Medium red cherry coloured, exhibits savoury and spice aromas, silky palate, flavours in the brighter red spectrum followed by hints of cloves & dark chocolate, it continues to build, dark and full of old vine power with fine tannins drawing out the long satisifying finish. And you think, why does this have to end?

Kalleske Clarrys GSM

$22.00
2016 Clarry’s GSM is dark red-purple in colour. The aromatics are amazing. There is a captivating display of vivid plum, rose florals, candy, spice and blackberry. Equally engaging is the medium bodied, full flavoured palate. Juicy berries splash throughout the ripe and smooth palate. Intense pure fruit is the drive of this wine whilst fine supple tannins and mineral nuances add structure and complexity. A very lengthy finish completes this well-balanced GSM. Clarry’s is an approachable, fruitdriven and opulent wine that is best enjoyed now or over the next five years.

Bindi Block 5 Pinot Noir

$150.00
The wine spends 15-17 months in French barrels of which about 35% are new. This wine is never oak driven but can certainly benefit from a higher percentage of new oak without being dominated by sappy, smoky oak elements. Production typically varies from 150-200 dozen per vintage.

Tahbilk Old Vines Cabernet Shiraz

$42.00
First made – and labelled as Cabernet Shiraz – in ’57 and ’58, believed to be the first such wine in Australia; after intermittent releases, it returns to a permanent position in the Tahbilk premium range with a 60%/40% blend. Black fruits, firm tannins and integrated oak are talismans for the long-term development of this wine.” 14.0% Alcohol - Screw Cap Closure - Drink Now to 2030+

Casella Cabernet Sauvignon

$40.00
Deep plum colour with bright red hues. It has a pure varietal nose, which is lifted and delicate, yet precise and pure. The wine displays ripe and concentrated blackcurrant and plum flavours, with subtle herbaceous and mint notes from the Limestone Coast. With a spicyncedar coffee mid palate, integrated oak and fine grained tannins, this wine has a wonderfully structured finish.Casella Limited Silver Outstanding – International Wine and Spirits Competition 2015 91 points - Huon Hooke - Huonhooke.com

Wild Duck Creek Yellow Hammer Shiraz Malbec

$29.00
Shiraz and Malbec were chosen as the varieties of choice due to their wonderful complimentary characteristics. The fruit-driven fullness of Shiraz and floral notes and wonderful texture of Malbec, lend themselves to a wine that is delightful when consumed in early years, and develops into a brooding complexity of spice and fruit after careful cellaring.

Sons Of Eden Marschall Shiraz

$28.00
Wine Description Dark inky in colour this wine bursts out of the glass with ripe berry compote, underpinned by lifted violets and subtle dried herb aromas. The palate is modern, fresh and lively displaying a rich mid-palate complexity. From an outstanding Barossa vintage, the wine is approachable now but will mature well for many more years. Winemaking The basis of this wine comes from the Marschall Family vineyards, located in the Tanunda and Ebenezer districts of the Barossa Valley. The Tanunda vineyard grown on a sandy soil profile typically provides a focused aromatic lift while the rich iron clad soils of Ebenezer add a dense fruit core and structure to the final wine. A variety of fermentation techniques were utilized, but all involved extended skin contact ranging from 15 to 25 days. A cold soak period of up 7 days occurred before a natural warming to start the fermentation. Upon completion the ferments were pressed to a mix of new and seasoned oak hogsheads, for malolatic fermentation and maturation. Matured in barrel with minimal intervention for 18 months, then naturally clarified, and bottled with minimal filtration.