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While there are thousands of wines to choose from, the first easy step is understanding the five basic wine styles:

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  1. Zerella Wines LaGita Nero d’Avola 2014

    Zerella Wines LaGita Nero d’Avola 2014

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    "Spicy, savoury, cedary lift, red currants, cranberry, pomegranate, pepper. Got it going on. Bright and juicy in the palate, spot on. Has a crispy crunch to tannin and acidity, sits high and bright and just darn yummy to drink. Touch sweet through the finish, but hey, that’s drinkability too. " Rated : 93 Points Winefront.com.au Learn More

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  2. Yelland & Papps YP Shiraz 2015

    Yelland & Papps YP Shiraz 2015

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    Classic Barossa aromas of dark plum, blackberry and macerated summer berry fruits literally spill out of the glass here. Hints of Asian spice, licorice, earth, roasting meats, purple flowers, berry flan and gently spiced oak add to the wines aromatic complexity.Plenty of texture and attitude on the palate with a solid wall of ripe, concentrated black fruits. Flavours of satsuma plum, blackberry and blueberry all coming into play. There is a lovely flow to the fruit over the mid-palate with the rich frui Learn More

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  3. Yelland & Papps Second Take Shiraz 2016

    Yelland & Papps Second Take Shiraz 2016
    94/100 - Steve Leszcynski - Qwine Michael Papps was pretty happy with the way this came together when we had a chat about his new release Second Take wines. Give it a chance to breathe and you'll see what he means. Unfiltered and unfined, there's 65% whole bunch Shiraz here which saw 11 days on skins and nine months in French oak (29% new). 2900 produced. Lean forward and embrace the funk. Red berries, pan juices, purple flower aromas. Dark berry fruit assume control in the mouth. And then Mulberry compote comes to mind - similar to the one my grandmother used to mak Learn More

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  1. Yelland & Papps Second Take Mataro 2016

    Yelland & Papps Second Take Mataro 2016
    Wine Companion tasting note. By: 2029 Price: $40.00 Date Tasted: 31 Mar 2017 Alcohol: 13.8% Hand-picked, 73% whole bunches, 17 days on skins, matured for 9 months in French oak (23% new), like all the Yelland and Papps red wines, not filtered or fined. Light, faintly turbid red; the savoury/earthy nature of mataro is resistant to change, but it gains a narrow margin here.94 points James Halliday Learn More

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  2. Yelland & Papps Second Take Grenache 2016

    Yelland & Papps Second Take Grenache 2016

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    5 stars - Tony Love - TASTE The Advertiser There's nothing more to say but grenache purity and prettiness rule here, again that impression of blood lip and salt air, a waft pf herb gardens and native bushland abounding to start before you taste a glorious example of contemporary winemaking, superbly crafted to soak up 61 percent of wholebunch and a quarter new oak maturation - the fruit must be amazing. You could drink this forever. Learn More

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  3. Yangarra McLaren Vale Old Vine Grenache 2015

    Yangarra McLaren Vale Old Vine Grenache 2015

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    95 points Halliday Wine Companion: 'From bush vines planted in ‘46, 50% whole-berries, wild yeast and kept on lees in used French oak for 10 months. So fragrant it's breathtaking. To start, a whirl of perfectly ripe raspberries and red currants, patchouli and subtle Middle Eastern spices. The palate is tightly wound, with raspberry-like acidity, more pronounced tannins in the background. They'll meet up in time. Drink by 2029' (Halliday Wine Companion 2018) 93 points James Suckling: 'A savory and tangy red with hints of blueberries, meat and cloves. Medium to fu Learn More

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  1. Yangarra Estate Vineyard Shiraz 2015

    Yangarra Estate Vineyard Shiraz 2015

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    James Halliday 95 Points Estate fruit, 50% whole berries, a portion of whole bunches, wild ferment and aged in French oak 25% new for 17 months. Excellent dark-purple hue; succulent and velvety texture with some power to the chiselled tannins, savoury yet pristine fruit the key. (Jane Faulkner) James Halliday Wine Companion 2018, August 2017 Learn More

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  2. Yangarra Estate Vineyard Mourvedre 2015

    Yangarra Estate Vineyard Mourvedre 2015

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    James Halliday 95 Points It has more perfume and lift than most with currants, Treviso radicchio, crushed gravel and cinnamon quills. Ripe tannins and sprightly acidity are in sync, with the latter in the driver's seat. Come along for the ride. (Jane Faulkner) James Halliday Wine Companion 2018, August 2017 Ray Jordan 95 Points Comes off a small patch of dirt in the north-east of McLaren Vale. Let’s cut to the chase: I love it. The sandy, ironstone, gravelly soils a Learn More

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  3. Yangarra Estate Vineyard GSM 2015

    Yangarra Estate Vineyard GSM 2015

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    The Yangarra GSM is a careful blending of grenache, shiraz and mourvèdre. Bright and perfumed with chewy earth and spice characters, this is a fine example of what an evenly spread palate tastes like. A wine with a backbone of old bush vine Grenache planted in the 1940’s. This wine will continue to evolve with cellaring, but can also be enjoyed in its youth alongside barbequed meats. Learn More

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  1. Yalumba Virgilius Viognier 2014

  2. Yalumba Eden Valley Viognier 2014

    Yalumba Eden Valley Viognier 2014

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    Yalumba set the bar very high when it decided to make viognier its champion variety. Its Virgilius is Australia's best (and priced accordingly), but this wine has many of the characters of Virgilius with its complex pear and biscuity aromas; there is no oak even though the bouquet has barrel ferment-like complexity, the palate luxuriantly rich before the coup de grace of its fresh, crisp finish. 95 points James Halliday Learn More

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  3. Yabby Lake Single Vineyard Pinot Noir 2016

    Yabby Lake Single Vineyard Pinot Noir 2016

    Regular Price: $62.00

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    Deep crimson, the bouquet opens with red and dark fruits, asian spice and a fragrant floral lift. The palate is finely structured, with the finest of tannins running with a line of cherry, wild strawberry and a host of darker fruits. Super silky and exceptionally balanced at this young age we expect the best from this wine in 6-8 years, but it will carry for many years after that.   Learn More

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  1. Woods Crampton White Label Eden Riesling 2017

    Woods Crampton White Label Eden Riesling 2017

    Regular Price: $20.50

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    Super value, as ever. ..... a refreshing, slightly bitter finish that reminds of gin and tonic with a good hit of lime. Delicious. Good now too. Rated : 93 Points Winefront.com.au Learn More

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  2. Woods Crampton Third Wheel Rose 2017

    Woods Crampton Third Wheel Rose 2017

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    .....Rosehip and redcurrant, a little bit savoury and nutty, some flint to the texture, balanced and unobtrusive acidity, and a nutty and earthy finish of fine length. Delightful." Rated : 93 Points Winefront.com.au Learn More

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  3. Woods Crampton Barossa Shiraz 2016

    Woods Crampton Barossa Shiraz 2016

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    It’s a little cloudy, but has great colour. Spice, boysenberry, almost a gin botanicals perfume too, brown bread and chocolate wrappers. Medium bodied, fresh and perky, bright crushed berry flavour and spice, beautiful lightly furry tannin, settled acidity, and an aromatic and commanding finish of fine length. This has drinkability, value and complexity all sewn up. Strong recommendation. Rated : 93 Points Winefront.com.au   Learn More

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  1. Woodlands Margaret Cabernet 2014

    Woodlands Margaret Cabernet 2014

    Regular Price: $55.00

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    79% cabernet sauvignon, 13% merlot, 8% malbec. Good hue; this is a dead centre mainstream Margaret River Bordeaux blend; like its SSB, it is a style that Margaret River achieves effortlessly (well, almost), with cassis, dried herb and black olive in a crib of ripe tannins and a dab of new French oak. 95 points James Halliday Learn More

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  2. Woodlands Chardonnay 2016

    Woodlands Chardonnay 2016

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    A very muscular and powerful wine, the nose displays an array of orchard fruits (apricot, peach, nectarine) combined with toasty French oak notes. The palate follows the lead, mirroring the flavours of the nose and finishing with lingering fruit and natural acidity.93 pts. -  Light to medium, bright yellow colour, with a smoky-oak aroma superimposed on intense grapefruit and lemon fruit. Lively acidity and fresh clean taste, the finish and aftertaste very refreshing and more-ish. A stunning wine at the price.   Learn More

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  3. Woodlands Cabernet Merlot 2015

    Woodlands Cabernet Merlot 2015

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    ...... light on its feet. Gentle drag of tannin, fine acidity, and a grainy and gently sappy finish of excellent length. You’re laughing here." Rated : 93 Points Winefront.com.au Learn More

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  1. Wirra Wirra Original Blend Grenache Shiraz 2014

    Wirra Wirra Original Blend Grenache Shiraz 2014
    Grenache is such a good grape for McLaren Vale, and in this blend it makes up 70%. OB, the Original Gangster. Or Burgundy, if you prefer. Good wine here offering immediate attraction, assuming you love the smell of fresh raspberry, poached strawberries, spice, roses and coal. Medium bodied, fresh and succulent, with a smattering of grainy tannin shaping up all that juicy fruit, and a dry almost leathery finish to bind the story. Not so deep, but great to drink. Its Learn More

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  2. Wicks Estate Adelaide Hills Shiraz 2015

    Wicks Estate Adelaide Hills Shiraz 2015

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    Dark cherry and black fruit flavours, cool climate spice and elegance all gently integrate with fine silken tannins highlighting the careful selection of French oak barriques. One word…..Moreish, our apologies Oxford dictionary for butchering the English language, but it truly is! A luscious, beautifully textured red wine, comfortable complementing the richest of winter fare, or savoured with friends relaxing on the deck in summer. Dark cherry and black fruit flavours, cool climate spice and elegance all gently integrate with fine Learn More

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  3. Wicks Estate Adelaide Hills Cabernet Sauvignon 2015

    Wicks Estate Adelaide Hills Cabernet Sauvignon 2015

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    There’s no need to decant this: immediately on opening it goes straight into the zone. This is a beautiful drinking cabernet, for now or for later, bursting with blackcurrant and bay leaf flavours/aromas and full of freshness and life. It’s unmistakably cabernet and yet it’s juicy, balanced, and highly drinkable even as a young wine. Hints of chocolate and fresh garden herbs add to the show. The price is in the drinker’s favour." Learn More

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  1. West Cape Howe Regional Range Riesling 2017

    West Cape Howe Regional Range Riesling 2017
    Very clear and bright with a hint of light straw. Delicately perfumed with light floral notes. Attractive 'lemonade' aromas. Has gorgeous citrus fruit flavours and a lovely fullness without being sweet. The beautiful ripe lemon and lime flavours are complexed by the delicate floral characters, all balanced by its great natural acidity. With good mouthfeel and palate weight and a long, clean finish, this is a great example of a delicate, dry, cool climate Riesling. Learn More

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  2. West Cape Howe Old School Chardonnay 2016

    West Cape Howe Old School Chardonnay 2016
    Deep straw colour, with a pale green hue. An intense combination of cashew, butter, honeycomb and stone fruit characters. Medium palate weight with a rich and creamy texture. Peach and nectarine fruit flavours are perfectly complimented by toasted nuts, honey and a persistent and flavoursome finish. Learn More

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  3. West Cape Howe Cape to Cape Rose 2017

    West Cape Howe Cape to Cape Rose 2017

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    A very attractive pale dark pink. Has gorgeous cherry fruit aromas with light floral notes. Has delicate, fresh cherry fruit flavours on the palate with a hint of spice and savoury characters. This wine has a beautiful palate weight and great mouth feel; it has a lovely textural quality while still having a dry finish with the tiniest hint of tannin astringency. Like the Roses from Provence in the south of France, this is a superb wine that can be enjoyed on its own but is definitely good to serve with food. Learn More

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  1. West Cape Howe Cabernet Merlot 2014

    West Cape Howe Cabernet Merlot 2014

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    80% cabernet sauvignon, 20% merlot with a simple WA GI; basic vinification: cold soak and 12 days on skins, portions aged separately in new and used French oak for 12 months. The colour is excellent - as is everything else about the wine; black and redcurrant, bay leaf and black olive hop into bed with each other, and snuggle under the covers, the French oak and tannins left to their own devices. The value transcends belief. 94 points James Halliday Learn More

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  2. West Cape Howe Bookends Cabernet Sauvignon 2014

    West Cape Howe Bookends Cabernet Sauvignon 2014

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    "With the caveat that you have to not mind a bit of crushed gum leaf perfume that so often comes with Cabernet from the Great Southern, I recommend this very highly. Intense blackcurrant, boysenberry, dark chocolate, espresso and ground exotic spices. It’s medium bodied, plump in fruit and high in flavour, has plenty of ripe firm grainy tannin, well etched acidity, dark chocolate and small dark berries, and a finish that carries on very long. There’s some black olive savouries in there too. It’s a super Cab Learn More

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  3. Weingut Bernhard Ott Am Berg Gruner Veltliner

    Weingut Bernhard Ott Am Berg Gruner Veltliner

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    highest honour, the Falstaff Winemaker of the Year in 2008. Cool, youthful, taut and multi-layered. Yellow fruit dominates, nicely supported by grapefruit and herbs and firmly embedded in a mineral background. The texture is pure, austere and dynamic, the body is linear and like cast in stone. Precise and clear. Accompanies most of Austria's culinary specialities. Just at the beginning of its development. …This is considered by Ott to be his first “serious” GV for the table Learn More

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  1. Voyager Estate Shiraz 2014

    Voyager Estate Shiraz 2014

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    Hand-picked in batches between 26 Feb and 18 Mar, destemmed for whole berry fermentation, with 1.5% viognier co-fermented, 13 days on skins, then pressed to French (88%) and American (12%) oak (34% new), matured for 11 months in barrel with further maturation in tank. A classy, complex shiraz with an intense bouquet and a persistent palate of blackberry, licorice and briar. The low level of tannins means (paradoxically) the wine is a now or later proposition. 94 points James Halliday Learn More

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  2. Voyager Estate Chardonnay 2014

    Voyager Estate Chardonnay 2014

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    "Vanilla, honeysuckle, struck match, citrus and pear, with a touch of spice. Light to medium bodied, perhaps on the early-picked side, but not short on flavour either. Gentle glossiness with flint and struck match to scrub up the texture, grapefruit and lime the main flavours, though it’s not abrasive and has a cool white peach thing going on too. Length is excellent. It invites easy drinking while delivering complexity. Deluxe, but restrained you might say. I’d say this is going to improve with a couple of years Learn More

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  3. Voyager Estate Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot 2012

    Voyager Estate Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot 2012

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    James Halliday 95 Points! "91% cabernet sauvignon, 6% merlot, 3% petit verdot, hand-picked and destemmed to retain whole berries, primary fermentation for 16 days, with some batches held on skins for 21 days, the parcels kept separate during 20 months maturation in French oak (50% new). A powerful, dense wine full of rich, plushy fruit, seemingly riper than Girt by Sea, when the opposite is the case - or perhaps it's just the greater intensity and drive. This will certainly improve with further time (5+ years) in bottle." Learn More

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