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  1. Woods Crampton Old John Shiraz Bonvedro 2015

    Woods Crampton Old John Shiraz Bonvedro 2015

    Regular Price: $25.50

    Special Price: $22.50

    As low as: $22.00

    It’s good Barossa Shiraz with a little something extra for the weekend. Dark fruit, lavender, liquorice, spice and rosemary. Medium bodied, supple and almost juicy, but a bit brooding too, layered with spice and perfumed with sweet herbs. Tannin is well tuned and sits neatly inside the wine with a graphite feel, and the finish is long and shapely with something of a chicory aftertaste.
    It’s complex, interesting, and insanely good value.

    Rated : 94 Points Winefront.com.au

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  2. Schwarz Rose 2016

    Schwarz Rose 2016

    Regular Price: $19.99

    Special Price: $19.00

    As low as: $18.00

    Gee, they are hitting the nail bang on over at Schwarz when it comes to making rosé.


    Pale in colour, sophisticated in flavour. Lightly creamy, earth and red fruits, a little smoke and fennel/dried herb perfume. Smooth and beautifully balanced with a gentle powdery texture, settled acidity and a long savoury redcurrant laced finish.Drink it cool, rather than cold.
    Rated : 94 Points Winefront.com.au

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  3. Samuels Gorge Graciano 2015

    Samuels Gorge Graciano 2015

    Regular Price: $41.99

    Special Price: $41.00

    As low as: $38.00

    An ‘old world’ Spanish variety, Graciano is prized for its spiciness, acidity and tannin, and our 2015 delivers on all fronts. Lifted aromas of maple wood, baked rhubarb and sun dried tomato allure the senses. The surprisingly delicate palate is awash with bush pepper and vibrant acidity, finishing with fine, chalky tannins. A joven style, this vintage will cellar for around 5 years and will pair beautifully with cured meat and cheese boards, and for a treat, try it with toasted crostini topped with baked fig, Manchego cheese and caramelised shallots.

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  1. Tomfoolery Trouble and Strife Cabernet Franc Rose 2016

    Tomfoolery Trouble and Strife Cabernet Franc Rose 2016

    Regular Price: $21.50

    Special Price: $19.99

    As low as: $19.00

    Colour: An elegantly subtle rose pink.


    Bouquet: Grenadine and raspberry aromas with aromatic rosehip high notes and subtle cinnamon spice.


    Palate: Crisp, dry and refreshing with wild strawberries, redcurrants and rose petal florals, balanced by juicy acidity and finishing with a hint of vanilla spice. 


     

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  2. Pipoli Il Passo Nerello Mascalese Nero D’Avola 2015

    Pipoli Il Passo Nerello Mascalese Nero D’Avola 2015

    Regular Price: $25.00

    Special Price: $23.00

    As low as: $22.50

    A rich, dark and mellow Sicilian red with cherry and blueberry fruit, framed by cedar and gently spicy oak. Vibrant and juicy with good length.


    No review available yet, below is the review of the previous vintage, the 2014! I think the 2015is better, but not yet reviewed.


    "I picked up a bottle of this in a supermarket while on holiday. I’d not seen it before. It was one of those Japanese supermarkets where everything looked either exciting or frightening or both. Once spotted, I didn’t hesitate. Had no idea what an appropriate price is, or indeed what it’s quality would be like.


    If you see this in a shop anywhere; clear them out. It’s a beautiful, intriguing, tangy, sweet-but-serious wine at a snip of a price. Buy a dozen. Buy two. It’s rusty and redcurrranty, redolent of ripe raspberries, fractionally herbal and chalky but lively, scented, structured, the kit and the caboodle. It’s light and it’s lovely. $20-ish? I’m in." Rated : 92 Points Winefront.com.au

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  3. Cigliuti Langhe Nebbiolo 2015

    Cigliuti Langhe Nebbiolo 2015

    Regular Price: $50.00

    Special Price: $47.00

    As low as: $46.50

    There’s talk that 2015 is one of the best vintages in Piedmont for quite some time, and that 2016 is even better. Oh dear. Oh dear oh dear. “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times…”


    Black cherry, liquorice root, baking spices and potpourri. Medium bodied, supple and fleshy, almost juicy, then the Nebbiolo tannin extends its friendly and reassuring grip, slips in some savoury stuff like new leather, and closes with perfume and strong black tea flavour and texture. It needs some time in the decanter as a youngster, but still delivers
    a gorgeous hit of affordable Barbaresco should you fancy going in early. Rated : 93 Points Winefront.com.au

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  1. Samuels Gorge Tempranillo 2015

    Samuels Gorge Tempranillo 2015

    Regular Price: $41.99

    Special Price: $41.00

    As low as: $39.00

    This wine is incredibly exciting with a huge range of exotic florals and spices in the bouquet. I see hints of cinnamon or the richer cousin Cassia bark. Initially it has a broody dark berry tone and then lifts with some delicate floral notes like the roses grandpa used to obsessively tend; dark ruby rose. The palate explodes like the fruit of a pomegranate with a nice tang linking in with the gravelly tannins.
    It's like a locomotive on the palate, it keeps building steam. Great vitality and perfume!

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  2. Gran Sasso Montepulciano d'Abruzzo DOC (full case buy only)

    Gran Sasso Montepulciano d'Abruzzo DOC (full case buy only)

    Regular Price: $13.99

    Special Price: $13.50

    Interesting wine, in a good way. Smells of honeycomb, spice, sweat, dried herbs and rich dark berries. Medium bodied, rich fleshy texture with plump tannin, plum, dried cherry and sarsaparilla flavours, clean acidity and a savoury and fruit sweet finish of good length.
    Delicious. Load up. 90 Points Winefront.com.au

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  3. Vigne del Vulture Aglianico Pipoli DOC (Case Buy)

    Vigne del Vulture Aglianico Pipoli DOC (Case Buy)

    ..Intriguing. Blood and blood plum, rose oil, hazelnut, bitter herb and chocolate. It's dry and chewy with a fair whack of chalky tannin but has the fruit and density to pull it off with style. Good to drink, interesting to taste, and ripping value to boot. Love it. Drink : 2010 - 2014 90 points Winefront.com.au

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  1. Calo Rioja Tempranillo

    Calo Rioja Tempranillo

    Regular Price: $18.50

    Special Price: $18.00

    As low as: $17.99

    Third vintage release of the affordable Calo tempranillo and it’s another goodun’. Value plus. It probably needs another 6-12 months in bottle but it’s bonza drinking once again. Glossy vanilla and bueberry. Soft. Has a bit of tannin to it. A bit of chew. Smoky, bacony, chicory length. Bloody good drinking. Gorgeously medium-weight and food friendly. 90 points Winefront

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  2. Kalleske The Dodger Tempranillo 2015

    Kalleske The Dodger Tempranillo 2015

    Regular Price: $26.99

    Special Price: $25.50

    As low as: $25.00

    The Dodger Tempranillo is medium red purple in colour. The aroma displays interesting complexity with rich fruits of blackcurrant and cherry combined with herbs, clove and nutmeg spice, tobacco, violets and a hint of earth. The palate
    is extremely alluring with a combination of sweet and savoury characters.

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  3. Teusner The Dog Strangler Mataro 2013

    Teusner The Dog Strangler Mataro 2013

    Regular Price: $32.50

    Special Price: $30.00

    As low as: $28.00

    Attractive rich red hue with a dark core. Earthy and deeply spiced the Dog Strangler is saturated with deep, ripe dark plum and mulberry fruits with a hint of red cherry lift. Plenty of lavender, dried rosemary, hung game-meats, musk and white pepper. The palate is well weighted with plenty of texture and fruit flavour’s of ripe, plum, blackfruit’s, mulberry and cherry. As to be expected there are the rich savoury and spicy aspects that we love from this variety in abundance. Nutmeg, Dutch licorice and a great earthy weight. Ripe, chalky tannins wrap in to a long persistent finish.                         

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  1. Sanchez Romate Fino ‘Marismeño’

    Sanchez Romate Fino ‘Marismeño’

    Regular Price: $19.99

    Special Price: $18.00

    Oz Clarke's 250 Best Wines for 2012 (Jan 2012) - An excellent example of sherry – and simply outstanding value for money. Fino sherry is bone dry, but a little fuller than manzanilla, a little fatter, even, but it still has that marvellous tangy dryness which makes it such a good appetizer, that almost slightly sour green apple peel acidity and the strange soft-sourness of yeasty bread dough – rather like a malty mixed grain bread in the making. There's also a taste of roasted almonds – and roasted almonds would be the perfect accompaniment.

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  2. Delgado Zuleta La Goya Manzanilla (375ml) NV

    Delgado Zuleta La Goya Manzanilla (375ml) NV

    Regular Price: $18.00

    Special Price: $16.50

    So tangy and invigorating that the mouth starts to water in anticipation. Clean and fresh on the palate with briny salted almond and yeasty flavours and again with that lovely mouth perfume of chamomile. Finishes dry and salty leaving the mouth refreshed and ready for action.
    One of the best things you can drink. 94 + Points Winefront.com.au

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  3. Le Chat Noir Pinot Noir (Case Buy)

    Le Chat Noir Pinot Noir (Case Buy)

    Regular Price: $18.50

    Special Price: $17.00

    Decent, quaffable pinot noir for under $20? It's almost impossible to find but this terrific value import from the south of France manages it ... “the best French Pinot Noir outside of Burgundy” .... It's on the riper side of the pinot spectrum, certainly no shrinking violet, but no brash bogan either. The (French) girl next door with smoothness, dark cherry fruit flavours, hints of earthiness and plenty of length. Windsor Dobbin

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  1. Mandoleto Pinot Grigio (Case Buy)

    Mandoleto Pinot Grigio (Case Buy)

    Regular Price: $15.00

    Special Price: $13.00

    a classic vintage throughout much of Europe and Veneto was no exception. The vineyards began with excellent soil moisture levels and the vines responded well to ideal spring conditions before a very warm, dry summer slowed growth and limited yields. A warm , clear Autumn provided excellent ripening but crucially cool nights ensured the retention of naturally acidity. The wines are surprisingly fresh and aromatic with excellent depth of flavour.


    Pale and delicate in colour with subtle citrus and floral aromas. The palate is elegant and delightfully fresh with delicate citrus and tropical flavours building to notes of ripe pear matched by soft mineral acidity before a dry finish.

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  2. SC Pannell Sauvignon Blanc 2016

    SC Pannell Sauvignon Blanc 2016

    Regular Price: $26.50

    Special Price: $25.50

    As low as: $24.00

    The Adelaide Hills is recognised as one of Australia’s finest Sauvignon Blanc growing regions: the altitude, soils and weather patterns seem to draw the best from this variety and in 2016, I was lucky enough to take fruit from one of the finest Sauvignon Blanc vineyards in the region. The 2014 Adelaide Hills Sauvignon Blanc is exceptional. The warm, dry vintage was perfect for this variety and has resulted in a wine with intense flavour concentration, complexity and a great natural acidity.


    This is one of the finest Sauvignon Blancs we have made. 

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  3. Elefante Castilla Blanco (Superb Spanish White wine, perfect case buying)

    Elefante Castilla Blanco (Superb Spanish White wine, perfect case buying)

    Regular Price: $13.99

    Special Price: $12.49

    Good intensity here. Really fresh and perfumed. Inviting. Textural. Almost chewy. Rose petals and green apples. Stonefruity power to the mid palate. Chalky finish. Has that ‘desperate for shellfish’ quality. Tending towards brineyness. Perfumed aftertaste. Very good – drinking and buying. 90 points WInefront.com.au

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  1. SC Pannell Field Street Shiraz 2015

    SC Pannell Field Street Shiraz 2015

    Regular Price: $26.99

    Special Price: $25.50

    As low as: $24.99

    "This estate vineyard, planted '70, was acquired by SC Pannell in '14; matured in French oak (20% new). Wow. This isn't the trendy SC Pannell with aspirations to make light to medium-bodied reds for connoisseurs of fine things, but a throwback to Steve Pannell's days with Hardys (there is an explanation, but no space).


    I love this wine and I love drinking it. It's been stripped back fro the artifice of winemaking to express the breadth and purity of McLaren Vale shiraz. violets, a punnet of fresh berries. It's all about the fruit, medium to full, earthy, even, long and sometimes ethereal. drink now until 2026

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  2. Marques de Tezona Macabeo (Superb Spanish White wine, perfect case buying)

    Marques de Tezona Macabeo (Superb Spanish White wine, perfect case buying)

    Regular Price: $13.99

    Special Price: $12.50

    It’s actually added sauvignon blanc to the front label (and of course to the wine). The style of this wine is to be applauded. It’s just so dry and briny. And textural. It impresses by understatement as much as anything. Crisp and fresh, sure, with herb and brine flavours the main players. There’s a musky note to the finish, which is well sustained. Great seafood style. 90 points Winefront.com.au

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  3. Forester Estate Sauvignon Blanc

    Forester Estate Sauvignon Blanc

    Regular Price: $19.50

    Special Price: $17.99

    Colour: Pale green/straw.
    Aroma: The wine opens with pea shell, flint and passionfruit with an underlying mealy richness. There is a floral lift with balanced nutty oak in support.
    Palate: Full, firm and long with creamy-mineral texture. Herbaceous flavours dominate with pea shell, nettle and grass, along with underlying passionfruit and blackcurrant. There is a nutty/oatmeal complexity from barrel fermentation and time on yeast lees. A restrained style with purity and complexity.

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  1. Paringa Estate Peninsula Pinot Noir 2015

    Paringa Estate Peninsula Pinot Noir 2015

    Regular Price: $28.99

    Special Price: $27.00


    The Peninsula or 'PE' label represents the first tier in the Paringa Estate range. In recent years Paringa has renewed its focus in ensuring the Peninsula range over delivers on quality, this Pinot Noir is no exception.


    The lifted wine offers briary fruit dominated by fresh cherries, blueberries and complexing nutmeg spice. The palate is full, flavorsome and long with evident fine tannins.


     


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  2. Hugel Gentil 2013

    Hugel Gentil 2013

    Regular Price: $21.50

    Special Price: $19.99

    As low as: $18.00

    A classic, refreshing Alsatian white wine with lovely notes of lime, Asian pear, white peach and grapefruit. Perfect as an aperitif or an accompaniment to many dishes. This AC-designated wine is a field blend of Riesling, Pinot Gris, Gewürztraminer, Sylvaner and Pinot Blanc grapes. The winemaking region of Alsace in France that borders Germany is renowned for blending several white grapes to create more complex white wines.
    This is one of the benchmark producers from the region. Pair with fresh seafood. Pair with: seared scallops, sushi, vegetables, herbed chicken, pork dishes. Drink: 2013-2017. Score - 91. (Natalie MacLean, nataliemaclean.com, Nov. 2014)

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  3. LA PURISIMA ‘Estio’ Macabeo Blanco 2014

    LA PURISIMA ‘Estio’ Macabeo Blanco 2014

    Regular Price: $15.00

    Special Price: $14.50

    As low as: $14.00

    Fresh-cut fruit: pineapple, apple, grapefruit and a white floral top-note. 100% varietal on the palate; a creamy open feel, and a tweak of nutty acid/earth definition. Simple, gentle and harmonious, perfect house wine style.

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  1. Giant Steps Yarra Valley Pinot Noir 2015

    Giant Steps Yarra Valley Pinot Noir 2015

    Regular Price: $34.99

    Special Price: $33.99

    As low as: $32.00

    The first release of a new “Yarra Valley range” out of Giant Steps. This in the context that Giant Steps has sold the Innocent Bystander name (to Brown Brothers).


    Hand picked, wild yeast, no fining or filtration. The winemaking doesn’t sound compromised, and nor does the shape and flavour of the wine in the mouth. It’s sour-sweet in a positive way, ripped with dry herbs and cherry-plum, with cranberry and crushed dry spice notes aplenty. It’s succulent, it’s tangy, it’s spicy and yet it’s firm and strong. It speaks of a top-notch vintage, and producer. Rated : 94 Points Winefront.com.au

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  2. Garagiste Terre de Feu Pinot Noir 2014

    Garagiste Terre de Feu Pinot Noir 2014

    Regular Price: $75.00

    Special Price: $68.99

    As low as: $65.00
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    Only 60 dozen produced. i.e. rare as hen’s teeth. The 2013 was a pearler. The 2014?


    It’s even better. This is a magnificent pinot noir. I opened it late at night and immediately had to put it aside for the next day; it deserved better from me. This boasts the kind quality that makes you want to straighten your life out and be an improved person. It shines a light into you. It’s savoury, smoky, twiggy and powerful. It’s the earth risen up, the shirt of fruit torn open, the spice of life come to visit. It staggers with dryness, with herb, with smoke, a pathway of nutty oak branched between; but it slides with sour, ripe, succulent, satiny fruit.


    Tannin spins a perfect web. It’s a spell that binds. It’s my kind of wine. It may not be yours. I don’t care. It’s what great wine does: it takes concerns and flings them into the fast-moving wind. Rated : 97 Points Winefront.com.au

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  3. Geoff Weaver Ferus Sauvignon Blanc 2014

    Geoff Weaver Ferus Sauvignon Blanc 2014

    Regular Price: $41.00

    Special Price: $38.99

    As low as: $36.95

    Wild yeast-fermented in French barriques and aged on lees for 12 months. It offers a rare combination of elegance and complexity, the latter achieved without any funky/reductive characters, the former with a combination of citrus, white flower and tropical flavours. Still cruising.
    Rating: 97 Points; Drink by: 2017; Price: $40.00; Date Tasted: Sept 2015; Alcohol: 12%; Top 100 Wines of 2015 - James Halliday; Weekend Australian

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  1. Castelli Estate Sauvignon Blanc Semillon 2015

    Castelli Estate Sauvignon Blanc Semillon 2015

    Regular Price: $19.99

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    This is a fine example of the quintessential Western Australian partnering of Sauvignon Blanc & Semillon. Light pale straw in colour. The nose is dominated by intense Sauvignon Blanc characters of passionfruit and greengage. The Semillon imparts a textured lemon zest influence and also some hints of cut grass. All of these flavours surround an intense herbaceous core. Extended lees contact and partial barrel fermentation has provided some background structure and mouthfeel with little aroma influence. This is a drier, more complex style than the typical examples of this blend, however the intense vibrancy is best enjoyed now or over the next 5 years.

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  2. Pertaringa Sauvignon Blanc the Scarecrow 2015

    Pertaringa Sauvignon Blanc the Scarecrow 2015

    Regular Price: $20.99

    Special Price: $19.50

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     The nose offers complex aromas of green mango cheeks, apple skins, passionfruit and citrus blossom. The palate is textured and voluptuous from partial barrel fermentation with refreshing notes of mango, quince and lychee. Textured and voluptuous



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  3. Shaw and Smith Sauvignon Blanc 2016

    Shaw and Smith Sauvignon Blanc 2016

    Regular Price: $29.50

    Special Price: $28.50

    As low as: $27.00

    A picture-perfect vintage, moderate yields ripening to perfection. Cool fermentation in stainless steel and early bottling. The wine verges on fleshy on the mid-palate then finishes with a swagger of limey acidity on the long, fresh finish. Flavours? Grapefruit and a touch of passionfruit. 12.5% alc; screwcap. 94 points; drink to 2016; $26 James Halliday
    Erin Larkin 93 Points In its 26th vintage, this wine is truly exciting. It shows spicy juniper, blackcurrant, jasmine, granny smith apples, toasted lemon zest, white pepper, white currants and nashi pear. It’s made in 100% stainless steel, so not a hint of oak. Winemakers Martin Shaw and Adam Wadewitz do engage in a bit of lees stirring, so the wine is texturally interesting and has a complexity not just associated with the fruit. It has crystalline purity and is focused, tight and zingy. Drink now. Subiaco Post, 11 July 2015

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