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Heathcote, VIC

Head Somm James Boden says: “Stuart Dudine is the man behind Alkimi with his range of wines sourced from both the Yarra Valley and Heathcote. This Grenache is sourced from a single vineyard in Heathcote with the fruit split into three different batches. One of the batches went through carbonic maceration which is evident on the nose with a sweet, confectionary raspberry bubble-gum note coming through. The wine has some nice tannin and savoury notes to finish.”

Great Southern, WA

Head Somm James Boden says: "Alkoomi name their flagship wines after different gums located in the Great Southern region; Blackbutt, Jarrah, Melaleuca and this Semillon which is the Wandoo. An aged release, which is great because Semillon looks great with age, it has lemon curd notes and typical toasty spice. This is a great example of West Aussie Semillon and well worth it for the lovers of Hunter Sem."

Margaret River, WA

The Semillon and Sauvignon Blanc are sourced solely from their home block on Caves Road. This classic white blend is an easy drinking style, made to be enjoyed now. It is fresh and crisp with lovely fruit aromas and a lively palate of citrus and pear.

Glenrowan, VIC

Head Somm James Boden says: “This is the first wine that we are showcasing from Glenrowan in Victoria’s North East. Aside from being made famous by Ned Kelly’s last stand, this region produces some lovely cool climate Shiraz. Arlo wines is the collaboration of Dan Bettio and Lennie Lister based in Rutherglen. This wine is a small make with only 67 dozen produced (2 barrels) and it has lovely smoky red fruit, earthy tannin and great structure.”

King Valley, VIC
Central Ranges, NSW

Full bodied, deep purple wine. Blueberry, plum & sage dominate the nose. Violet, mocha & vanilla notes on the palate.

Geographe, WA

For those that haven't tried Michael's wines before.. Do yourself a favour and join the club, these are rare wines made by an ex Navy diver making exception wine out of Geographe.

Geographe, WA

Head Somm James Boden says: “Bakkheia is a boutique brand created by Michael Edwards located in Geographe, WA. Mick as he prefers to be called, is an ex-Navy clearance diver who now makes some delicious wines with a focus on Grenache and Mediterranean varietals. The Graciano has a beautiful, perfumed nose with lingering fruit and firm tannin. 1792 bottles produced.”

Bendigo, VIC An impressive, rich and complex wine with depth, excellent balance and length of palate that is a memorable match with roast sirloin or a wine to cellar and savour with sixteen years bottle age.
Coonawarra, SA Deep purple in colour, the nose has intense fresh blueberry, blackberry and liquorice aromas, with subtle graphite/Vanillin notes coming from the oak. Bottled early, to be enjoyed when it is young and fresh.
King Valley, VIC

Blue Raspberry Sour Cherry Violet Fruit Pastille Unpretentious Koombahla Vineyard Whitfield, King Valley Hand Picked Part Whole Bunch Wild Ferment Old French Oak Unfiltered Only 4 Barrels Made.

Gippsland, VIC

A complex and varietal Pinot Noir with plenty of red and blue berried fruit, earthy undertones and a structured generous finish.

Pemberton, WA

Medium bodied with ripe fresh red cherry and plum fruit, with subtle French oak supporting the palate.

Pemberton, WA

Head Somm James Boden says: "For those that haven’t been to Pemberton, you are truly missing out.. First is the amazing gum trees that soar towards the sun, then you have the amazing Lake Beedlup and to top it off you have the wine region that produces stunning wine. This is one of the local wineries you only hear about if you head there and the Riesling is just delicious."

Tasmania, TAS

Head Somm James Boden says: "[bell-y-bon] This gem has been made by one of Australia's most experienced sparkling winemakers, Nat Fryer. Nat has been the lady behind Jansz which is one of the most consistent sparkling labels coming out of Tasmania. Nat has stepped out of the large production shadow to produce some focused sparkling wines under her own label."

Wrattonbully, SA

Not a Big heavy wine, more fragrant, but distinctively earthy - the single descriptor I would use to define Wrattonbully EARTHY. In that ‘iron-stone’ type of smell. The palate has fine polished tannins, so rhubarb fruit.

Wrattonbully, SA

Head Somm James Boden says: “Sue Bell is the remarkable lady behind Bellwether wines. She has a wealth of experience behind her and makes stunning wines from across SA and Tasmania. The Ant Series range showcases alternative varietals from different regions across SA and the Wrattonbully. The Malbec is moreish with dark fruit, silky tannin and nice layers of earthy spice.”

Grampians, VIC

It’s brightly coloured in a vibrant garnet red hue, with lifted aromas of perfumed cherry, anise and savoury herbs. On the palate discover juicy black cherry flavours with fine powdery tannins and a savoury finish.

Alpine Valleys, VIC

Jo Marsh is making lots of exciting wines out of Bright in the Alpine Valleys. This is a dry style Prosecco that is vibrant and gorgeous. Perfect for summer days.

Alpine Valleys, VIC

Jo Marsh is making lots of exciting wines out of Bright in the Alpine Valleys. This is her Sparkling Red with a twist of Tempranillo for good measure. 'Tis the season.

Alpine Valleys, VIC

Head Somm James Boden says: "As you may be aware, we love to see varietals from Friuli (see the Quealy Friulano) and this Friulian varietal is Refosco which is light bodied, spicy with pepper as well. This wine has been made by Jo Marsh at Billy Button who has a goal of trying to make a wine from every varietal known! Jo not only is a super talented winemaker but is also is building the reputation of the Alpine Valleys region.”

Langhorne Creek, SA

This Sparkling Shiraz is richly flavoured with deep colour and displays dark berry fruit aromas, sweet plum and spicy flavours, silky tannins and a rich, velvety smooth palate.

Langhorne Creek, SA

This is one of our go-to Malbecs - Dark purple colour, violets, blackberries, plums and clove spice.

Sunbury, VIC

Sunbury is a region that is grossly underrated and Kirilly is making great Syrah from the region. Deep, bright ruby in colour, the nose is of red fruits like morello cherries, mulberries and ripe raspberries. The French oak is well integrated. The palate is soft and generous, medium bodied, the fine glossy tannins make this a very approachable wine.

Langhorne Creek, SA

The nose shows lifted violet and spice, complemented by a palate showing purity of varietal fruit. This red fruit and white spice is balanced by the structural complexity of fine French oak and a textural finish.

Hunter Valley, NSW

Superb colour with dark red and purple hues. Lifted aromas of red fruit and ginger spice. While there is some oak, it is very much in the background. Soft entry on the palate, fine tannins and perfect acid carry through to the finish.

Hunter Valley, NSW

Head Somm James Boden says: “ILR is the initials of Brokenwood created Iain Riggs who took the brand to one of Australia’s most sought after with not only this Semillon but the iconic Graveyard Shiraz. This is Hunter Valley Semillon at its best and with only 8 years of bottle age, this wine has a bright future. With typical lemongrass and toasty notes this Sem is just a baby and for those who forgot Semillon years ago... please, please come back as this and many other Semillons need to be loved again.”

Geelong, VIC

By Farr is producing some of the finest cool-climate wines in Australia. A super fine vintage, what a season of rainfall. Good acidity, fine tannins and best of all savoury and elegant fruit flavours.

Gippsland, VIC Tropical fruit and lime complexity with hints of lemon butter. Subtle toast characters from the short time this wine spent in french oak. A beautiful mouthfeel and texture the wine has a citrusy and fresh finish.
Orange, NSW Our barrel-fermented Chardonnays are regarded as a leading regional style. They consistently show an abundance of stone-fruit characters and freshness, enhanced by restrained oak-handling, and yeast-lees characters. The wines are have great aging potential, typically taking 5 years hit their straps and then holding their peak-drinking through to 10+ years of age.
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