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McLaren Vale, SA

Dark yet glossy fruits, sweet herbs, demerara sugar and stained cherry juice. Medium bodied and savoury textured , plush sweet fruited palate , fine and long , nice density of tannin, unfurling layers of flavour, mulberry and cherry juice, dark spice, little smoky and incense, cured meat and a little gravelly texture to finish.

Barossa Valley, SA

Head Somm James Boden says: "Full disclosure…I worked at Elderton during 2014 vintage and it’s safe to say I enjoyed a bit of wine over the time spent there. A label that borders on Barossa royalty, the Western Ridge Grenache, Carignan blend incorporates a varietal seldom seen in Australia. Carignan adds a brightness and earthy undertones to the Grenache which has lovely body, a rich and rounded palate and a touch of elegance.”

McLaren Vale, SA
With approximately 1/3 of the fruit for this wine coming from a vineyard planted in 1910, this wine shows the power and concentration of old vines. The wine shows deep and rich black fruit flavours with hints of pepper and liquorice backed up by the structural tannins and hint of sweetness provided by a mixture of French and American Oak.
Barossa Valley, SA

**CHILLED RED***

Head Somm James Boden says: "You can drink this Grenache chilled or at room temperature. We have gone with chilled to provide a point of difference to some of the Rosé on offer. Gestalt is the creation of Anthony Pearce and the grapes for this wine are sourced from Williamstown in the southern part of the Barossa Valley. Think Turkish delight, a bit of spice and subtle tannin.”

Beechworth, VIC

Exceptionally complex, dark and brooding. Black plum and wild berry fruits are complimented by graphite, undergrowth, smoked meats and elegant floral notes. The palate is plush followed with a crescendo of tannins that whisk the wine on a long journey over the palate. Here stands the iron fist in a velvet glove. Savoury tannins build on a long, spicy and complete mouthful of flavours. Despite the power and full throttle fruit, this wine retains an elegance and nobility often talked about though rarely seen. One of the most complete and satisfying Estate Vineyard wines released to date.

Adelaide Hills, SA

Fine and silky tannins with fleshy raspberry, cherry and fresh blackberries.

Adelaide Hills, SA

Riley makes wines for Samuel's Gorge in McLaren Vale and this wine is one of three that he makes on the side. Syrah from the cool climes of the Adelaide Hills. These grapes are sourced from the Murdoch Hill vineyard just outside of Oakbank. 100% whole bunch fermentation. 10 months in seasoned French oak. Spicy and floral, this Syrah leaps from the glass. Loads of plush dark berries, olive tapenade and sweet bun spice are coiled around an arrow of powdery, fine boned tannins.

Barossa Valley, SA

50% grenache, 30% mataro and 20% shiraz from 25-76yo vines, wild yeast-open fermented with 10% whole bunches, 14 days on skins, daily plunging and pumpovers. Beautifully and harmoniously structured and textured, clarity and purity.

Barossa Valley, SA

Jaysen Collins has been making JC's Own wines since 2016 and this wine has to be my favourite - aside from the super fun label, the wine inside the bottle is also spot on. The 2019 vintage is a classic Grenache, Shiraz, Mataro blend and in true JC's Own style the wine has upfront fruit drive, red berry spice and lingering mouthfeel with elegant tannin structure.

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McLaren Vale, SA

Head Somm James Boden says: "Jericho wines is a family winery that make exceptional wines from both Adelaide Hills and McLaren Vale. The GSM sits more at the medium end of this style with the Grenache taking pole position with red fruit and spice and the Shiraz adding extra layers. 82% Grenache, 15% Shiraz and 3% Mourvedre.”

Barossa Valley, SA

The Bogan is unapologetically Barossa Shiraz with concentrated black and blue fruit, hinted with liquorice, mocca and pepper. The Matured in 30% new French oak with the balance in 2 and 3 year old French oak for 18 months. 14.5% Alcohol.

Langhorne Creek, SA

The three varieties are separately crushed, fermented and barrel-aged, to create richness, complexity and balance. This is a classic blend, combining the intensity of Shiraz, structure and great age-ability of Cabernet Sauvignon and powerful lift of Malbec. Expect concentrated, bold flavours and great length.

Langhorne Creek, SA

Named after Arthur Follett, who planted the vineyard, the wine is a blend of 93% Cabernet, 5% Malbec and 2% Petit Verdot from 40-50 year old vines. The wine shows deep blackcurrant and violet aromas with hints of mint. The palate shows intense blackfruits and a wonderful depth of flavour.

SA
Deep red in colour with a purple hue, aromas of cassis, blackberry and spice with a smokey-vanillan note. The palate is rich with cassis fruit and dark chocolate. A wine of beautiful texture and balance.
Margaret River, WA

This Cabernet Sauvignon remains on of the benchmarks for quality in Margaret River and Australia.

Pemberton, WA

John Brocksopp has been the viticulturalist behind Leeuwin Estate over many years and the pull of beautiful Pemberton eventually drew him down to make his own wines. The Lillian Marsanne, Roussanne is just delightful with white peaches on the nose and across the palate, lovely weight and lively acid. One to sit back and appreciate someone's talents.

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Bendigo, VIC

Head Somm James Boden says: “bow-aahz-keh-reh Hands up if you have tried a Turkish varietal before? This is Boğazkere which is an indigenous Turkish variety sometimes known as the ‘throat-burner’. Robert Paul is the man behind Lokum and this wine has bright purple fruit, lovely undertones of spice and big tannin. This wine has just been aged in stainless steel.”

Hunter Valley, NSW

Head Somm James Boden says: “Meegan & James are the M & J in Becker Wines and they make small batch wines from both Hunter Valley and California (because, why not?). This Syrah from the Hunter is a savoury expression with pepper and purple fruit. It shows all the aspects of delicious Hunter Valley Shiraz and those who are yet to have tried these wines, will not be disappointed.”

Yarra Valley, VIC
Yarra Valley, VIC

Wesburn was unloved until a few years ago. Planted in 1981, this vineyard, in the far eastern reaches of the Yarra (just before Warburton), sits in the fringe of what many consider marginal viticultural land. It is these sites that truly inspire us and have the potential to make our most exciting wines. The site sits on our beloved siltstone clay soils at the foot of Mount Bride (1000m) which offers cooler nights and mornings. The resultant extension of the ripening period expresses itself by way of far greater tannin depth, high notes and fruit weight. Sometimes walking the fine line reaps rewards.

Tasmania, TAS

Lucille Vineyard, located in the Huon Valley just south of Hobart. Planted in 1973, the wines are are planted on a grey clay, containing riverbed stones covered by a sandy loam top soil and are certified biodynamic. The Fruit was hand-picked and separated into three ferments, with one ferment being 100% whole bunch. the wine shows smoke, black cherries, dried rose petals and clove with elegant long lasting tannins.

Margaret River, WA

A lifted aroma of violets, red fruits, dark fruits and blackberry with plum skin, forest floor, and rum & raisin characters. It is a full bodied richly flavoured wine with intense sweet fruit. This wine is juicy and fleshy with noticeable oak that adds just an element of grip and structure to this otherwise silky soft wine.

Margaret River, WA

A lifted aroma of red currant, violets, raspberry and blueberry with hints of cranberry, tomato leaf, cola and green plum. It is a medium bodied richly flavoured wine with attractive sweet fruit displaying red fruits, plum skin, raspberry coulis and red capsicum with notes of sarsaparilla, rhubarb and pomegranate. This wine is noticeably soft with fine slightly chalky tannins juicy and fleshy with noticeable oak that adds just an element of grip and structure to this otherwise silky soft wine.

Barossa Valley, SA

Massena is Jaysen Collins full-time job and he has been making consistent wines under this label and shows both alternate and typical varietals. The Primitivo (otherwise known as Zinfandel) has deep red fruit with liquorice spice and rounded tannin.

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Eden Valley, SA

Deep rich mahogany red with a solid core. Inviting nose of rich and fresh Cabernet blackcurrant, Eden Valley violets, fine cedar and red fruits Palate shows a lovely amalgamation of two varieties, with dark brambly fruits and cassis and classic purity on the long flavours.

Margaret River, WA

Head Somm James Boden says: “Murray McHenry is the creator of this winery and I tip my cap to Murray for not only this amazing winery but also for his outstanding bottle shop “Steve’s” in Nedlands in Perth. When I tried the range of wines, I could have bought them all but the standout (just) was this wine. The GSM shows pristine blue fruit, brambly savoury notes and grip at the back end which combines to produce a stunning GSM. Well done all who were involved in this wine.”

McLaren Vale, SA

This Shiraz is a combination of two parcels from Blewitt Springs and Onkaparinga Rocks. The blewitt sands provide cinnamon, spice and blue fruits whilst the Onkaparinga parcel provides the structure, supported by aging in French oak foudres (500L barrels). The result is a more delicate expression of all the best aspects of McLaren Vale Shiraz.

Nagambie Lakes
Goulburn Valley, VIC

The wine is fully flavoured but not at all heavy, with a long succession of interesting flavours backed by firm but not aggressive tannins. Alcohol is 13.5%.

Gippsland, VIC

Head Somm James Boden says: “Moondarra is both a winery and a Wagyu beef farm with Neil Prentice at the helm. The winery is located in the zone of Gippsland in Moondarrra and what we have here is a man who knows how to make some serious Pinot Noir. The Studebaker is named after the 1957 Studebaker that Neil gets around in. The wine shows lovely varietal notes of cherry berry spice and would no doubt pair well with some of Neil’s Wagyu too.”

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