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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. Pico Maccario Lavignone Barbera 2012

    Pico Maccario Lavignone Barbera 2012

    Regular Price: $20.00

    Special Price: $18.50

    The family that owns Pico Maccario is a true Barbera specialist! With an intense purple color, this wine features a bouquet of plum and cherry with hints of baking spice. It has a super silky mouthfeel, finishing in sweet fruit and velvety tannins. A rich, satisfying glass sure to please any crowd.  ... A scent of pine or rosemary leads off, followed by flavors of pure black cherry and blackberry. This has density and grip, but in proportion with the juicy fruit. Drink now through 2016.

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  2. Domaine de Triennes Rose

    Domaine de Triennes Rose

    Regular Price: $22.99

    Special Price: $21.99

    As low as: $21.00

    Well, if a rosé is made by such Burgundy royalty as DRC’s Aubert de Villaine and Dujac’s Jacques Seysses; a bloke sort of has to try it, hey? this is based on old vines Cinsault, a variety not known for its power and complexities, to add fragrance and zip to their reds. In this, the variety’s characteristic rosés, seem to appear not only in the aromatics, but also in a radiant rose pink colour. This is so textured, long and fresh and it plays out with a tingling backbone and a nice drying, savoury note at the end. This is worth finding. Don’t know if I’ve seen a better rosé... Adelaide Review

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  3.   Elefante La Mancha Tempranillo Shiraz

    Elefante La Mancha Tempranillo Shiraz

    Regular Price: $13.99

    Special Price: $12.99

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    Price-wise this bats against the standard-issue Koonunga Shiraz; it would be easy to argue that it gives it a fair touch up. Distinctive peanut shell-like aftertaste. Bang on for drinkability. Campbell Mattinson; The Wine Front
    Wine of the Week - The economic reality is that many other countries can produce good wines more cheaply than we can in Australia. This is a case in point: a terrific savoury quaffing Spanish red blend that won't break the bank.‘Wine of the Week’ Winsor Dobbin.a good mix between savoury and sweet too, with a .. good deal of Tempranillo to pan out the structure. It’s as generous as a paella pan overflowing with flavour, has a silky red fruit palate and some dried herb character. Ends with keen acids that keep it perky but it’s the smooth tannins that impress making for a seamless drink at the price. Patrick Haddock; Wining Pom

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  1. Mandoleto Nero d'Avola (Case Buy)

    Mandoleto Nero d'Avola (Case Buy)

    Regular Price: $15.00

    Special Price: $13.00

    the ultimate weekday refreshing red (don’t quote me on that). Red fruit, blood plum, black jellybean with a subtle nut and dried herb flavour. It’s fresh and balanced with fine dry tannin and a good clean finish. Drinks beautifully and has that bit of Nero d’Avola charisma as a point of difference. Rated : 90 Points Winefront.com.au


    Another impressive import with bags of bright personality that begs for food. WiningPom

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  2. SC Pannell Tempranillo Touriga 2012

    SC Pannell Tempranillo Touriga 2012

    Regular Price: $26.99

    Special Price: $25.50

    As low as: $24.99

    The palate is long and tasty with a tannic finish that is vitally important to balance the wine richness and make it best suited to drinking with food. A plate of chorizo, jamon or salumi immediately springs to mind.
    A bouquet of lavender and violets with raspberry, dusty black spice, sarsaparilla root and baked clay. Some plummy depth on the palate which is kissed lightly by mocha oak. The acidity is fine and segues wonderfully into sandy tannin. A wine of true balance and poise. Exotic yet it should have wide appeal…and the value is sky-high. 94 points Wine Will Eat Itself

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  3. Nepenthe Adelaide Hills Tempranillo 2012

    Nepenthe Adelaide Hills Tempranillo 2012

    Regular Price: $24.00

    Special Price: $21.99

    As low as: $21.00

    Bright red with purple hues  A complex amalgam of vibrant fruit characters of raspberry, strawberry and blueberry with underlying savoury notes such as herbs and leather. Raspberry and blueberry fruit flavours combine with a savoury earthiness and subtle spice. The finish is complex, savoury and long.

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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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  2. 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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  3. 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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