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Beechworth, VIC

Head Somm James Boden says: “Pete Graham moved from Queensland to make wine with his uncle Rick who just so happens to make one of the best Chardonnays in Australia under the Giaconda label. Pete makes equally high quality wine and whether it be his Nebbiolo, Chardonnay or this Roussanne, Marsanne blend you will be impressed by the cleanness of his winemaking and representation of Beechworth. No new oak, a focus on treating the wine carefully and bringing out subtle spice, rich stone fruit and typical Beechworth acid line.”

1x 2016 Bellebonne Vintage Cuvee Sparkling
1x 2018 Billy Button Zero Dosage Prosecco
1x 2019 Riley Harrison Sol Roussanne
1x 2019 Ottelia Riesling
1x 2019 Vignerons Schmölzer & Brown Schatz Sylvaner
1x 2018 Salomon Estate Wildflower Syrah Viognier
1x 2019 Chaffey Bros Kontrapunkt Kerner
1x 2019 Pooley Wines Pinot Noir
1x 2020 M & J Becker Rose
1x NV David Franz Nicki's Symphony Cabernet Sauvignon
1x 2018 Nick Spencer Tempranillo
1x 2019 Izway Angelo Aglianico

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.

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.

Champagne, OTHER

A grower Champagne for those who love more lees driven and yeasty, bready styles. It's made up of 70% Pinot Noir and 30% Chardonnay. Sweet wild flowers, spice, brioche, red plum and kirsch all open up in the glass.

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.”

Margaret River, WA
Fermented as small parcels with manual punch downs, the mainly free run must finishes ferment in French barriques to further undergo mlf. The wine is unfined and minimally filtered to enhance body and retain the fine grained tannins.
Perth Hills, WA

This 8000 year old, Georgian grape variety is the only wine of its kind from Western Australia. From young vines in the Perth Hills, and Swan Valley. Aromas of cherry cola and dark chocolate overtones. The palate is surprisingly zingy from the inherent natural acidity of the grapes, with a sour cherry character. The finish has dusty tannins and is long and dry.

Perth Hills, WA

This is a fortified Shiraz wine made in a liqueur style, and displays flavours and aromas of Christmas pudding and plum jam. High levels of ripeness ensure this is a sweet, yummy wine to be enjoyed at the end of the evening.

Southern Highlands, NSW

Head Somm James Boden says: "Far Ago Hill has a focus on all things Pinot Gris with Katrina Hill at the helm. The wine comes from the picturesque region of Southern Highlands in NSW and I am really excited by the wine coming from the small region. This Pinot Gris is all things that I love about Pinot Gris, great texture with a touch of spiced apple…delicious."

Beechworth, VIC

Our first Petit Manseng made in the traditional style of the Jurançon, of south-west France. Harvested late in April this complex wine has unique aromas of mango, lychee and pineapple; while on the palate, richness is softened by the varieties citrus-like acidity, giving a fresh finish to the wine. Textural, luscious with flavours of tropical fruits; and fresh cleansing acidity with ripe pineapple, mango, candied citrus and Acacia blossom on the nose.

Beechworth, VIC

This vintage explodes on the nose with dried herb, smokey oak and a dried strawberry. Once you taste the wine the savoury blue and black fruits combined with the oak tannin backbone complete the palate giving great persistence of flavour.

Hunter Valley, NSW

Fruit driven with careful integration of the best French Oak available gives the wine depth and texture, complementing the fresh stone fruit and citrus with slatey minerality in this Hunter Valley Chardonnay.

Mudgee, NSW
Bright spicy berry aromas lead to a palate of rich dark plum and spice, with supportive vanillin oak, backed by crisp acidity, and soft tannins
Multi Regional, OTHER

Sourced from regions King Valley, Pyrenees & Yarra Valley. Always a blended wine, retaining the traditions of Piedmonte blending. 100% Nebbiolo. Open ferment, 100% destemmed. regions fermented separately, then blended. Old barrique. 14 months in wood.

McLaren Vale, SA
Great Southern, WA

Perfumed with hints of spice and white pepper, a complex nose reflecting depth and authenticity. An elegant medium bodied wine with a sweet core of fruit combined with subtle savoury complexity of spice and herb that integrate into the subtle French oak which sits comfortably with the savoury notes and fine-grained tannins. Length and depth of fruit profile in the wine will ensure very good aging.

Hilltops, NSW

Head Somm James Boden says: "Freeman Vineyards is based in the region of Hilltops in Southern NSW and the winery has been the focus of Brian Freeman since 1999. Brian was the first person to plant Rondinella and Corvina in Australia (two of the three varietals used in Amarone) and has since worked in other Italian varietals into the fold. The Rondo is sourced from the Rondinella varietal and is a lovely savory style of Rosé for those who like a dry, Provence style."

Hilltops, NSW

This Prosecco displays a persistent fine dry, creamy effervescence and classic sherbet and pear aromas. Soft and sprightly on the palate with flavours of crunchy pear complemented by a smidge of toasty yeast complexity and delicate acidity. Refreshes to the very last sip.

Mornington Peninsula, VIC
Mornington Peninsula, VIC
Yarra Valley, VIC
The consistently warm summer produced a wine with slightly higher alcohol than usual, resulting in a sauvignon blanc with more body, giving it a rich mouth feel, while maintaining its herbaceous flavours.
Barossa Valley, SA


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

An elegant style of Adelaide Hills sparkling with lifted aromas of strawberry and crunchy green apple. The palate is bright and fresh showing brioche complexity and finishing with crisp citrus acidity.

Margaret River, WA

65% Sauvignon Blanc, 35% Semillon. A cool season produced slow ripening of the fruit, with flavour ripeness occurring at a lower than normal sugar level. This contributed to an aromatic profile with fresh passionfruit, lemon sherbet, lime blossom and herbs. The palate enjoys the same flavours with partial barrel fermentation supporting the fruit and helping to enhance texture and fruit weight. Delicate mineral acidity drives the wine and provides a long and crisp finish.

Margaret River, WA

This is the first time we have utilized our block of semillon for a dessert wine. We love semillon and its unique varietal characters are on show in this sticky unctuous style. Bright lifted lime blossom, apricot and fresh herb aromas excite the senses before delivering a sweet bomb of delicate fruit entwined in mineral acidity, which drives the wine and provides a long and balanced finish. This wine will integrate and resolve further, and develop texture and more complexity over time, improving for many years to come. It drinks beautifully now but will reward patience for those willing to wait 5-15 years.

Riverland, SA

Another example of great alternative varieties, this Montepulciano is juicy and bright with a savoury mid palate that makes the wine exceptionally moorish.

Macedon Ranges, VIC

Head Somm James Boden says: “ In this line of work you get a lot of tips about different wineries.. I was told by Pat Carmody (Craiglee) that I need to get in touch with Llew and get his wines in from Granite Hills. A phone call later with Llew and we learnt about one of the first wineries in Macedon Ranges. Thank you Pat- this wine is stunning with poised tension, lime and mineral drive.”

Geographe, WA

Complex, with brooding liquorice, hints of cigar box and squashed strawberry skins. Vanilla, plum, dried basil and chocolate biscuits. Great intensity. Plum, cassis and hints of liquorice. Tannins are delightful, delicate and dusty. Beautiful, juicy and generous finish. Clean, yet still brooding with its dark flavours.

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