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Heathcote, VIC

Stuart Dudine is the man behind Alkimi with his range of wines sourced from both the Yarra Valley and Heathcote. This Grenache is Pinot Noir-esqe in style and 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

Alkoomi name their flagship wines after different trees located in the Great Southern region; Wandoo, Blackbutt, Melaleuca and this Syrah which is called Jarrah. Portions of this Syrah come from vineyards planted in 1971. the wine is fermented in small opens before maturation for 18months in French Oak barrels (33% new). The wine shows Black Cherry, pepper and Chocolate with a rich earthiness and chewy tannins.

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.”

Robe, SA

Vibrant, juicy, perfumed, bursting with red fruit this makes the perfect luncheon wine. Only 600 bottles made.

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.”

Geographe, WA

Bakkheia is a boutique brand created by Michael Edwards located in Geographe, WA. Mick makes some delicious wines off his estate and friends vineyards. This Cabernet was cane pruned just for fun and the wine turned out better than expected. Dark fruit, layers of dusty tannin and a touch of smokey bacon.. this will give Margaret River a run for its money.

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Bendigo, VIC

Balgownie Estate was one of the first wineries to rise up as a boutique winery after pioneers like Max Lake. The Balgownie Cabernet Sauvignon is a great example of a wine that will age for decades and puts Bendigo on the map for its ability to make great clarets. The 2017 release is every bit a Cabernet Sauvignon with leafy tones, dark fruit and tannin that lingers.

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.

Coonawarra, SA

Red plum, Raspberry, florals and a hint of oak spice.

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.

McLaren Vale, SA

A top tier Shiraz/Syrah from McLaren Vale showcasing the power and elegance of the region and producer.

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
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

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

McLaren Vale, SA

Bondar is the work of Andre and Selina with bright labels and bright wines these guys are setting the Vale on fire! This is the super limited Monastrell (Spanish name for Mataro, Mouvedre) with only a barrel made. This is a whole-bunchy example with dark cherries, underlying spice and rounded tannin.

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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.

Gippsland, VIC

This Cannibal Creek Cabernet Sauvignon is resplendent with a ruby red hue and glints of violet reflections.

Powerful aromas on the nose and palate of deep ripe plum and other Christmas pudding aromas present themselves, with additional savoury and tobacco characters that dance together.

Margaret River, WA

Head Somm James Boden says: “Cassiodorus was one of the first wines that I sold in Perth and remains one of my favourite wines to sell. This is from Mark Warren (Marq Wines) and is basically premium Margaret River Cabernet Sauvignon made in an Amarone style. Amarone is a wine in Veneto, northern Italy that is made by drying the grapes on racks. This gives the wine an intense, dried spice and fruit note that is sought after in the region. The Cassiodorus Cabernet is no exception with similar dried fruit and spicy notes…delicious!”

Margaret River, WA

Head Somm James Boden says: “Cassiodorus was one of the first wines that I sold in Perth and remains one of my favourite wines to sell. This is from Mark Warren (Marq Wines) and is basically premium Margaret River Cabernet Sauvignon made in an Amarone style. Amarone is a wine in Veneto, northern Italy that is made by drying the grapes on racks. This gives the wine an intense, dried spice and fruit note that is sought after in the region. The Cassiodorus Cabernet is no exception with similar dried fruit and spicy notes…delicious!”

Beechworth, VIC

Leather and smoke, game meat, pepper, red berries mashed up, whiffs of dried rose petal are strong too. Evocative start. Flesh and yet sinew in texture, a plush roll of dried berries, ferrous character, game meat and clove-y notes, a crunch, yes, to finish, like biting into a not quite ripe cherry, providing tension through the finish

Great Southern, WA

The blackberry fruit characters fill the front palate, providing richness and generosity. The mid palate has depth and intensity with great balance between the fruit characters and a firm tannin structure. The subtle tobacco notes and cedary French oak are just perceivable, yet add layers to the palate and are integrated harmoniously. The finish is long and fine thanks to great balance between the tannin backbone and a fine acidity structure.

Heathcote, VIC

The combination of the lightness and charry/graphite notes of that site with the cherry/raspberry, tar and hard herb characters of Nero are a great match. Chalmers deliberately go for a crunchy style which gives an enchanting, vibrant and juicy red perfect for summer drinking.

McLaren Vale, SA

Marco Cirillo named this wine after his father, who passed down eight generations of winemaking tradition and knowledge. Made from +100 year old vines from two sites in Barossa this wine showcases just how beautiful the variety can be. The wine shows bright cherries and a lifted perfume nose, thanks to the inclusion of whole bunch fruit. on the palate the wine is rounded and leaves a generous aftertaste that leaves you wanting more.

Barossa Valley, SA

Nicki is the winemakers better half and Cabernet Sauvignon is her favourite variety. Unusually this is a multi vintage wine with portions from separate vintages. Older portions see extended aging in used oak barrels, with younger portions being unoaked and seeing significant aging on gross (ferment) lees. It’s an utterly bizarre and unique way of making Cabernet Sauvignon, but the finished product shows aromas of deep black fruits and raspberry as well as chocolate, mocha and red liquorice. The palate is lively but shows the deep black fruits and a richness that is you would expect from Barossa Cabernet Sauvignon.

Orange, NSW

The “M” was matured in 40% new French oak for the first year – second year all older French oak. The De Salis “M” nose has blood plum, cherry, cinnamon and button mushrooms leading to a juicy palate of fresh cherry, dusty cocoa and a touch of licorice with a soft textural mid palate and long lingering cigar box tannin finish.

Pyrenees, VIC

Head Somm James Boden says: "Justin and Joyce are the team behind Dhiaga and they source their fruit from across Victoria. This lovely Nebbiolo comes from the Malakoff vineyard in Pyrenees which has been a consistent source of Shiraz and Nebbiolo for some top Australian wineries. This style is a little more delicate, leaning more on the roses than the tar side of Nebbiolo.”

Cowra, NSW

This is a winery located in in the small region of Cowra. We are excited to bring you this great example from a region rarely seen. Perfumed red berry fruits of morello cherry. Notes of campari developing into clove and anise spice. Old oak barrels were used to give structure to the rich fruit profile.

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