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Learning about wine should be an enjoyable journey of discovery.

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

Armed with this information and a Vintage Chart, you'll quickly discover there is an Australian wine to suit every taste, every mood and every meal.

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  1. Lamura Nero d'Avola DOC (full case buy only)

    Lamura Nero d'Avola DOC (full case buy only)

    Regular Price: $16.00

    Special Price: $14.99

    How much flavour can you expect from a red wine at this near rock bottom price? When it comes to nero d’Avola (the black grape of Avola, a town in eastern Sicily, and the island’s most widely planted variety), the answer is far more than you might expect. Sealed with a screwcap and from a good vintage, the Lamura may be made in big volumes, but it is exactly the type of spicy, soft-tannined Mediterranean red that shows the promise of modern Sicilian vino. The palate is fresh, clean, fruit driven and dry

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  2. Maretti Langhe Rosso 2012

    Maretti Langhe Rosso 2012

    Regular Price: $21.50

    Special Price: $19.99

    As low as: $18.00

    ... It really needs a couple of years at least to show itself properly. It tastes of peanut shells, dark cherries, leather, anise, chinotto, various dried herbs. It’s juicy and well balanced but stern and tannic through the finish. I wasn’t sure at first; when I came back a couple of hours later, I was certain. This is fabulous value. And, given some time, will be terrific drinking. 91+ points WInefront.com.au

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  3. Kays Amery Basket Pressed Mataro 2010

    Kays Amery Basket Pressed Mataro 2010

    Regular Price: $26.99

    Special Price: $24.99

    As low as: $23.50

    A medium bodied wine that’s chewy and red fruited with a side of meat, Brazil nut and mint/licorice. It has dry tannin, a bit of tension and sinew, and good flow through the mouth, dipping slightly on the back palate, before running long and savoury on the finish. There’s a pleasant dried herbal bitterness and something like coffee beans, though they say ‘roast chestnut’ on the back label, and damn them for besting me. Classy. And something of a bargain.”Rated : 93 Points WInefront.com.au


     

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  1. Marques de Tezona Tempranillo (Superb Spanish Red wine, perfect case buying)

    Marques de Tezona Tempranillo (Superb Spanish Red wine, perfect case buying)

    Regular Price: $13.99

    Special Price: $12.50

    Meaty, smoky approach. Clean and savoury yet hit with good fruit too. Dry licorice. Spicy finish. Clean, unforced, tangy length. Brilliant value, all things considered. You could take this anywhere. And that, really, is the raison d’etre of this brand. 88 points WInefront.com.au

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    Ravensworth Hilltops Nebbiolo 2013

    Regular Price: $31.00

    Special Price: $30.00

    As low as: $28.00

    Most unusual to find a nebbiolo with such a bright hue, and the palate is even more unusual. .....Yes, it does have the wild herb savoury twist of nebbiolo, allied with persistent fine tannins, but there is a power of red fruits. As it ages in bottle, aromas of spice, violets, cedar and rose petal can all be expected to develop.
    95 points James Halliday

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  3. La Vendetta Barbera Nebbiolo (Full case buy)

    La Vendetta Barbera Nebbiolo (Full case buy)

    Regular Price: $20.00

    Special Price: $17.00

    A bright brick red colour with crimson highlights. The palate is complex and alluring, combining dark berry fruit and blueberries with underbrush and hints of chocolate and toasted coffee. The palate is rich and fruit driven with Barbera’s vibrant berry flavours matched by the savoury tobacco leaf and fine tannins of Nebbiolo.


    A 'mini' Barolo, for this price? Unbelievable ... yet true. Stock up, I have! Gavin Trott

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  1. Ducks In A Row Straight Up Tempranillo Graciano Mataro 2011

    Ducks In A Row Straight Up Tempranillo Graciano Mataro 2011

    Regular Price: $25.99

    Special Price: $24.50

    As low as: $22.00
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    inevitable touch of dark chocolate; a strong spice character runs through the palate, originally with red pepper, ageing into green pepper; outstanding tannin management is the key to an exceptionally good wine, one of the magic touches being a late decision to include the mataro in the blend, making it a complete wine. 96 points James Halliday Wine Companion

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  2. Bodega Catena Zapata Alamos Malbec 2012

    Bodega Catena Zapata Alamos Malbec 2012

    Regular Price: $18.00

    Special Price: $16.50

    The Catena Zapata Malbec shows a saturated dark violet color; the nose offers cassis, mocha and clove, along with a strong suggestion of soil tones. It combines density and sweetness on the one hand, with gripping flavors of tobacco, dark berries, spices and minerals; a palate-staining finish dominated by sweet black and blue fruits.

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  3. Ravensworth Canberra le Querce Sangiovese 2013

    Ravensworth Canberra le Querce Sangiovese 2013

    Regular Price: $26.50

    Special Price: $25.00

    As low as: $22.50

    One of the best Australian Sangioveses I’ve tasted. On its tenth vintage so I've taken my time getting to it.Deeply cherried with excellent sweet-savoury interplay. Almond skins, dried herbs, orange peel, a dusting of cocoa and plenty of leathery, chewy tannin to satisfy you long after you swallow. The acidity seems to sit especially comfortably within the wine and the back-palate is wonderfully earthen and aniseedy. Looked better and better over three days. Will surely age well. 93 points Wine Will Eat Itself

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