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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.

Hunter Valley, NSW
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.

Champagne, OTHER

Gosset is remarkable in that the company was established back in 1500's, before champagne had it's signature bubbles.

Champagne, OTHER
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.

Mount Gambier, SA
Lifted white peach & ripe pear skin aromas mingle with lemon zest & fresh bread dough aromas. Mineral spring bubbles dance with white-nectarine and fresh bread flavours with hints of juniper some fresh bread dough and a fine creamy and flavoursome finish. Dry style (Zero Dosage) with elegant acid textures and quinine notes that linger.
Clare Valley, SA

Jeff Grosset is one of the most well regarded Riesling winemakers in Australia and aside from that, he is also great for a chat at the cellar door. The Polish Hill Riesling is known for its power early and has this early pickup of lime intensity with saline, slatey undertones. Will age for years but can be enjoyed easily now.


Clare Valley, SA

There’s an initial shyness on the nose, not surprising given the history of Grosset Polish Hill; and more restrained than some recent releases. This initial restraint gives way to a slowly evolving, yet increasingly intense, pure lime perfume. The palate is tight yet features amazingly intense lime pith and lime juice flavours while the impressive weight and steely backbone are characteristic of the style. It finishes crisp, clean and mouth-puckering: the length is staggering.

Clare Valley, SA
Adelaide Hills, SA

Head Som James Boden says: "Hahndorf Hill were one of the first wineries to plant and make Gruner Veltliner, putting Gruner on the map in the Adelaide Hills to the point where there is now a category for the best Gruner at the Adelaide Hills Wine Show! This is everything Gruner with white peach, pepper and a great line of acidity. A perfect example of the varietal and dedication in a bottle."

Adelaide Hills, SA

Head Somm James Boden says: "Hahndorf Hill have been leading the way in Australia with Austrian varietals like Gruner Veltliner. One of the exciting varietals that they have brought over from Austria is Blaufrankisch, which is typically grown in Burgenland in Eastern Austria. This Adelaide Hills example is mid-weighted with blue fruit and spice...love it."

Adelaide Hills, SA

Head Somm James Boden says: "Zweigelt is another Austrian variety which firstly is really fun to say and secondly is really fun to drink. The varietal is a cross of Blaufrankisch and St. Laurent and is light bodied, Pinot-esque but with blue fruit and elegant tannin structure. It is great to see Hahndorf Hill making these wines and they are worth seeking out."

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

Alex Head is one of the good guys and for starters he is the only person I can chat with about Australian track running. The Blonde is an ode to Côte Rôtie with Côte Blonde and Côte Brune. The Blonde comes from Stone Well which is just behind Tanunda at the beginning of the western ridge in the Barossa. Alex tends to pick at the earlier spectrum of Shiraz picking which has produced a balanced, fruit driven but savory style of Barossa Shiraz. Superb example of site and winemaking.

VEGAN l 95 JH 96 JS

Canberra District, ACT
It's a delicious, young and crisp wine. Lemon essence aromatics with grapefruit, white flowers, and wild honey – alluring and complex
Barossa, SA
Geelong, VIC

Whole bunch pressed and fermented with indigenous yeast in French oak Puncheons, with one fifth new. Gentle cut grass & lantana blossom on the edges with extra dimension thanks to time in barrel. Excellent stuff.

McLaren Vale, SA

Hey Diddle is the work of Port Power royalty Tom Jonas and Brad Ebert with the helpful assistance of Tomfoolery winemaker Ben 'Chippy' Chipman. This brightly coloured label is the Grenache Rose from McLaren Vale and with summer berries and a touch of strawberries and cream lollies this wine goes as well as Tommy Jonas does off the rebound.


Adelaide Hills, SA

The Adelaide Hills is rapidly developing a crop of fantastic gruner producers and this is no exception. Green pear, apple, lemon and a herbal fennel notes on the nose. The ripe pear texture on the palate is kept in place by the acidity, providing a dry mineral finish.

Yarra Valley, VIC
Adelaide Hills, SA
Adelaide Hills, SA

Luscious on the palate with hints of strawberry, orange peel, roses and sweet herbs. Flavours of ripe berries. Notes of floral and herbs balanced by the bright acidity and mouth watering dry finish.

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