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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.
Margaret River, WA

Cape Mentelle were one of the original five wineries to establish themselves in Margaret River and the Walcliffe range is devoted to their two premium wines. The Walcliffe SBS is a blend of 54% Sauvignon Blanc and 46% Semillon and with a good bit of time in French oak, this wine shows toasty complexity, with cured lemon and lovely texture - a wine to contemplate over.

Orange, NSW

Head Somm James Boden says: "Carillion Wines are based in the Hunter Valley but also source fruit from Orange. This is a classic style of sparkling from one of the more under-rated cool climate regions in Australia. This wine has soft red berry notes over a touch of nutty brioche with a fine bead. Aussie sparkling at its best."

Hunter Valley, NSW

Head Somm James Boden says: “Sagrantino is a varietal from Umbria located in central Italy. The varietal is savoury with a touch of fruit and tannin for days. This example comes from the Hunter Valley by Carillion Wines and is part of their Italian varietal range. This has all the hallmarks of Sagrantino with a touch of Hunter Valley for good measure.”

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
Intense lime juice backed by a delicate fragrance of orange blossom and lavender giving a bouquet that is zesty and fresh, yet also of great depth. The feature of the palate is the tightly wound structure that is enveloped by beautiful rich lime juice fruit characters.
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.

Eden Valley, SA

Kerner is a German Varietal best decribed as a more delicate and mineral Riesling, which is one of it’s parent varieties. Chaffey Bros. have been working with the Fechner family which have plantings of Kerner in Eden Valley for the last few years and this wine is such a nice wine to show as a point of difference to Riesling. The Kontrapunkt (Counterpoint) is bright with pear and cirtus notes, floral undertones and the slipperly mineral texture makes it very easy to drink.

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.

Murray Darling, NSW

This the first Ribolla Gialla in Australia. It is light bodied, racy and with a lime/lemon nose, also a faint hazelnut or biscuit note on the nose. Perhaps lemon barley cordial aromas. The palate is lean and fresh with a slight hint of subtle tropical fruit.

Tasmania, TAS
Fine but flavoursome, with apple and citrus, a whiff of sulphide/struck match complexity, fennel, and spicy oak in discreet mode. There’s a nice energy and crunch, flinty feel, and a tight finish of impressive length.
Tasmania, TAS

Clarence House is one of many underrated wineries in Tasmania with Anna Pooley at the helm. The Vivace is a Pinot Noir/ Chardonnay blend from 2012 and is a stunning example of Tasmanian sparkling wine. The wine itself is on the more complex side with all the lovely notes of brioche, cashew and leesy texture. It finished on the drier side with just 1.5g dosage, this is worth exploring for those wanting to take the plunge.

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Beechworth, VIC

Hi, my name is James and I am addicted to Nebbiolo. The fruit for this wine is sourced from Pete Graham's Domenica vineyard in Beechworth. The wine is classic Nebbiolo with tar and roses on the nose, and the palate has firm tannin structure, a nice bit of cherry spice and all things nice.

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Sunbury, VIC

Craiglee is the iconic winery located in the Melbourne suburb of Sunbury just near Tullamarine airport. Pat Carmody is the man behind the label and aside from being a passionate advocate for Sunbury and keeping this region going, he makes stunning wines that are underrated. The Shiraz is his flagship wine and has all the hallmarks of well-made cool climate Shiraz. There is a good lick of oak with underlying fruit and spice. One of my go to wineries and must try Aussie wines.

Henty, VICSANSW

Delicious orange citrus notes and a stone-like mineral element are a terrific introduction here. These qualities proceed to the palate, together with bright, red apple and a powdery talc note.

Henty, VICSANSW

Head Somm James Boden says: "Bee and the Thompson family at Crawford River make some of the most stunning wines in Australia. They are known for the Riesling (most complimented Riesling by other winemakers) and the Cabernet Sauvignon but this one sneaks under the radar. An SBS blend that spends 11 months in older oak with the perfect balance of fruit, oak and texture."

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.

Margaret River, WA
Macedon Ranges, VIC

An aromatic nose of white stone fruit infused with fragrant lime blossom and fennel along with hints of struck match and wheatmeal which provide further complexity. Nectarine, white peach, and pear merge with grapefruit citrus, all lining up to be embraced by the cool charge of acidity. Subtle French oak and creamy lees provide both a savoury and textural frame for luxurious length.

Hunter Valley, NSW

Dalwood is one of the most iconic names in the Hunter Valley, birthplace of the region dating back to the 1820's with vines takes from the original Busby and Macarthur collection. The wines became highly sort after and what used to be known of as Hunter Riesling (Semillon). Dalwood Estate has worked on bringing back this iconic name and the Semillon is a truly classic style of Hunter Semillon with great acid line and lemongrass tones. Will age if you have the patience.

Hunter Valley, NSW
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.

Multi Regional, OTHER

Rather evolved and toasty, this oaky and relatively uncomplicated expression of this wine has a pungent, spicy and smoky bouquet of toffee apple and crème brûlée backed by notes of cloves and cinnamon. It's very intense and luscious, with a molasses-like note beneath it's candied and quite toasty presence of raisined, syrupy fruit.

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.

Adelaide Hills, SA

Loftia is famously crisp and zesty, the perfect aperitif style sparkling wine. Aromas of lemon zest on the nose precede the creamy mousse and citrus 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.”

Geelong, VIC
Aromas of white flowers, lemons, limes and orange zest waft from the glass. The palate is lively, intensely flavoured and complex with peach, grapefruit and lime characters plus hints of mandarin and apple. The bright acidity of the wine drives a seemingly endless palate with lemon and grapefruit flavours lingering in the aftertaste.
Hunter Valley, NSW

Daniel Binet is another of the young winemakers that make the Australian industry so vibrant. Born in Vanuatu from French heritage, he worked as a winemaker abroad for several years before returning to the Hunter Valley and collecting a list of winemaking trophies. Domain De Binet is his family label along with wife Natalie. Their 2018 Shiraz shows plenty of dark plum, black fruits, spice and liquorice with a rich, concentrated palate and dense tannins.

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