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  1. Crabtree Watervale Cabernet 2014

    Crabtree Watervale Cabernet 2014

    Regular Price: $25.99

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    Rugged with tannin but the fruit here seems up to the task. A good stint in the cellar is certainly going to be required. Blackcurrant, eucalypt, gravel and swish, polished, cedar oak. Brilliant value for the patient. 94+ points Winefront.com.au



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  2. Crabtree Wines Hilltop Riesling 2015

    Crabtree Wines Hilltop Riesling 2015

    Regular Price: $19.49

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    Crabtree Hilltop Riesling is produced from our estate grown fruit in the heart of the Watervale district in the Clare Valley. The fruit was hand picked and carefully selected to retain the freshness and punchy citrus fruit flavour that Watervale is famous for. Our Hilltop Riesling shows fragrant pineapple crunch and juicy refreshing acidity. Sealed with a screwcap to ensure integrity of product, enjoy this wine slightly chilled. Serve with fresh grilled sardines and dressed garden salad.


    2015 version, absolutely stunning, the best ever Riesling from this winery! Gavin

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  3. Crabtree Wines Watervale Riesling 2015

    Crabtree Wines Watervale Riesling 2015

    Regular Price: $25.49

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    Produced from our estate grown fruit in the very heart of the Watervale sub region of the Clare Valley. Lifted aromatics of lemon zest and citrus spice, our Estate riesling has mouth filling concentration, balanced with finely textured, juicy acidity. With careful cellaring should mature gracefully for 10+ years.  Serve with fresh Coffin Bay oysters or pan fried garfish fillets.

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  1. Dark Matter Spiced Rum

    Dark Matter Spiced Rum

    Regular Price: $90.00

    Special Price: $85.00

    In the glass, the quality and freshness of the ingredients create a huge whack of intense ginger, fruitcake and brown spice aromatics and the class of the molasses creates a texture and a finesse across the palate that is unique in spiced rum in our experience. This is not the only element of Dark Matter that is atypical for its category - the purity and balance of the spirit, the intensity of flavour and the refreshing and savoury, wildly spicy kick on the finish makes Dark Matter an ideal sipping Spiced Rum. It also marries beautifully in a Dark & Stormy, with a dry Ginger Beer (such as the StrangeLove Organic Ginger Beer) or simply with Strangelove’s Organic Smoked Cola and some fresh lime. No matter how it is served, Dark Matter offers a terrific drinking experience and has clearly set a new benchmark for Spiced Rum category.


    Or as the Dark Matter boys put it, “The taste equivalent of warping into a liquid black hole but without every atom in your body being crushed to an infinitely small point.”

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  2. Delamere Estate Chardonnay 2015

    Delamere Estate Chardonnay 2015

    Regular Price: $43.00

    Special Price: $41.50

    Wild yeast, a touch of mlf, a powerful hit of fruit flavour and the length to consummate it. This is an excellent wine to spend time with. On a bright line of acidity are hung quality fruit and oak. 95 points Campbell Mattinson Wine Companion.
    One sip and I was hooked. This is dangerously good. It’s the kind of chardonnay so many of us are looking for. Rich with flavour, sizzling with acidity, purring with length – and yet, all the while, harmonious. It’s complex without making a big deal of it.
    The combination of fruit and oak here is simply beautiful."
    Rated : 95 Points Winefront.com.au

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  3. 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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  1. Dexter Chardonnay 2014

    Dexter Chardonnay 2014

    Regular Price: $41.00

    Special Price: $39.99

    As low as: $38.00

    Dexter Mornington Peninsula Chardonnay  is bright, pale lemon-gold, green tinged. Still a little shy to sniff, but there are hints of stone fruits. The palate is tightly contained by citrusy, grapefruity acidity, showing stone fruits, fig and its ripe and mouth-filling, held in balance by that refreshing acidity. Although there is 20% new oak, that component is background material along with suggestions of nutty, mealy complexity. This is a complex wine that wants more time; I’d suggest leaving it for another six to twelve months, from when it will repay amply that order of patience. 

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  2. Dog Point  Pinot Noir 2014

    Dog Point Pinot Noir 2014

    Regular Price: $47.99

    Special Price: $46.00

    This is the most triumphant Dog Point Pinot yet. I had to try this three times, coming back time and time again just to confirm whether it was ‘that good’ and my nose/mouth wasn’t deceiving me. Seriously concentrated, even in its absolute youth this looks spot on, all bright red fruit and a little stemmy sap on the nose. The palate is deep and surprisingly firm, entirely mouthwatering despite the low acidity, the long, spicy, sappy finish a masterpiece.


    Central Otago be damned! Masterful and grown up Marlborough Pinot with a vitality that is unmatched. Interesting that this had me thinking about the brilliant Fromm Pinots when tasting this (which are some of the best Pinots in the region). Maybe it is the low acid and bright fruit? What a wine. Ready to go already as well. Yes. Best drinking 2016-2026. 18.7/20, 95/100. 14%, $35. Would I buy it? Oh yes. Would be nice to have a case of this hanging around the house.



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  3. Dog Point  Section 94 Sauvignon Blanc 2013

    Dog Point Section 94 Sauvignon Blanc 2013

    Regular Price: $35.99

    Special Price: $34.00

    As low as: $32.00

    Michael Cooper
     Looking for 'texture, rather than rich aromatics', winemaker James Healy and viticulturist Ivan Sutherland fermented and lees-aged their 2013 vintage (5*) Sauvignon Blanc for 18 months in seasoned French oak casks. Hand-harvested in the Dog Point Vineyard (for which 'Section 94' was the original survey title), at the confluence of the Brancott and Omaka valleys, and fermented with indigenous yeasts, it is light lemon/green, with a complex bouquet. Mouthfilling and sweet-fruited, it is poised and youthful, with lively acidity and concentrated, multi-faceted flavours, showing lovely depth and harmony. It's still developing, but already delicious. 
    Arguably the best yet. -  
    Buyers Guide 2015, NZ, May 2015

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  1. Dog Point Sauvignon Blanc 2016

    Dog Point Sauvignon Blanc 2016

    Regular Price: $27.99

    Special Price: $26.50

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    It's such a stirringly aromatic wine, singing 'Marlborough Sauv' with a big, full and slightly sweaty nose of ripe fruit. Importantly, there a herbal edge too, a nod to what Marlborough Sauv should taste like, ie not all tropical fruit. Actually, there's no tropicals at all, which makes this (arguably) even more enjoyable. A long palate, prominent acid and yet still with plenty to come.
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  2. Domaine de Triennes Rose

    Domaine de Triennes Rose

    Regular Price: $23.99

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    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. Eden Road Gundagai Cabernet Sauvignon 2014

    Eden Road Gundagai Cabernet Sauvignon 2014

    Regular Price: $30.50

    Special Price: $28.99

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    Has a distinct smell of liquorice and aniseed, layers of spice and floral perfume, mulberry and plum fruit, and what you might call ‘crushed rocks and pencils’, though our words are code for something else that’s probably too hard to describe, really. Medium bodied, dense and tannic, and the tannin here is the thing that sets it apart: a slick of gravelly and minerally feeling stuff. Acidity is spot on, with no spikes or pricks on the way through, just this feeling of composition and primal earthy depth. Some chocolate and red fruits in there too, and a wide web of sticky tannin thrown on the finish.
    Boy this is impressive Cabernet.” 95 points 
    - Gary Walsh (The Wine Front)

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    Eden Road Wines the Long Road Shiraz 2012

    Regular Price: $24.50

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    To the wine in question. It opens up stalky with fresh red forest berries, yellow fleshed plums, generous and complex spice, juniper and gun smoke. Floral and herbal top notes. A savoury and vinous palate that is highly structured by vital acidity and twiggy tannin. Sinuous and medium-bodied with minerally extension. Challenging but ultimately rewarding. 92 points Winewilleatitself

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  2. 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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  3. Elefante Tempranillo Shiraz

    Elefante Tempranillo Shiraz

    Regular Price: $15.99

    Special Price: $15.50

    As low as: $14.99

    Youthful, bright and perfumed, this highly enjoyable Spanish red is packed with dark plum, blueberry, spice, raspberry coulis and floral notes. The palate delivers excellent fruit intensity, beautifully supported by silky texture and smooth mouthfeel. A fabulous medium-full-bodied red offering loads of tasty flavours. At its best: now to 2018. Sam Kim, wineorbit.co.nz

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  1. Enrique Mendoza 'La Tremenda' Monastrell 2011

    Enrique Mendoza 'La Tremenda' Monastrell 2011

    Regular Price: $28.50

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    has a strong and savory bouquet of mixed red and black fruit, lots of dried herbs and a dash of leather. Tasting the wine reveals jammy mixed berries, dried herbs, and some good prominent tannins. (Prominent, but not overdone by any means.) This is a very good, rich wine with some savory smoky notes. The finish is long, dry and spicy with a bit of mocha, some earthiness and a little dark berry. Viva la Monastrell!

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  2. Express Winemakers Tempranillo 2015

    Express Winemakers Tempranillo 2015

    Regular Price: $26.99

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    Sourced from one of Plantagenet’s vineyards. There’s rumour that it is one of the original new wave tempranillo plantings of the variety in Australia, potentially. Planted 1999 or so.


    Has some flesh, has lots of charm. Indeed, this is one of the great tempranillos of Australia. It’s packed with sinewy tannin, shrewd in dark fruit, coal and spice character through and through. Hugely aromatic, funk and wildness, a sip and it’s almost aggressive with you, yet it is deeply satisfying. No faking it’s worth or intent.

    Rated : 94 Points Winefront.com.au

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  3. First Drop Mothers Milk Shiraz 2015

    First Drop Mothers Milk Shiraz 2015
    $25.00

    Not a sledgehammer style, this Barossa Shiraz is made for drinking! Soft, slurpy and textured it is balanced with good acidity, which refreshes the palate and makes you go back for a second / third glass. Sourced from 2 unique vineyards, it is fruit laden, savoury and dangerously easy to drink! It is matured for 12 months in French oak hogsheads to allow the fruit to express itself.

    Garnet red with purple hues, a complex nose of dark cherry and blackberry aromas with a hint of forest floor and spice. Vibrant dark cherry and blackberry with a hint of ‘wombat rolled in all spice’ balanced with an even, textural palate with soft, supple tannins

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  1. First Drop Under the Gun Barbera 2012

    First Drop Under the Gun Barbera 2012
    $25.00

    Vibrant, spicy and ruthless!

    Barbera is back in action! Mixing puncheons, hills, danger and spills. Vibrant, spicy and ruthless! Vinified on location. Stirred, not shaken. Bottled unfiltered. Licensed to thrill.

    Deep ruby, Lifted cherry and raspberry fruit, with a hint of orange peel. A soft round palate of berry fruit with refreshing acidity and a spicy finish

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  2. Fontanafredda Langhe Nebbiolo 2012

    Fontanafredda Langhe Nebbiolo 2012

    Regular Price: $30.00

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    An affordable, authentic Langhe Neb under screwcap. Importer: Fourth Wave Wine Licorice root, perfumed and red fruited with almond in the background. Medium bodied, fresh, very pure and clear, shape and length is very good. Light tannin.
    Approachable and very enjoyable, and while it comes up in the glass beautifully, I don't think it's a cellaring style. 92 points Winefront.com.au

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  3. Forester Estate Cabernet Sauvignon 2013

    Forester Estate Cabernet Sauvignon 2013

    Regular Price: $26.50

    Special Price: $24.99

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  1. 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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  2. Fraser Gallop Cabernet Merlot 2013

    Fraser Gallop Cabernet Merlot 2013

    Regular Price: $24.99

    Special Price: $23.50

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    The wine itself is soft and approachable with juicy plum and pomegranate flavours. The tannins are quite grainy and persistent similar to cranberry juice. The oak in this wine definitely sits in the background allowing the fruit to shine and the acidity and alcohol levels are nicely balanced in the wine, making it very easy to drink.


     Mixed berries, cocoa and vanilla, tobacco, and this lovely perfume wafting about. Medium bodied, silky and tightly packed, clean acidity, ripe but fresh berry fruit, with a distinct ‘minerally’ feel to it. Freshness, length, complexity and effortless drinkability.
    Absolutely bang on. Can’t recall a better release of this wine. 93 points Winefront.com.au

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  3. Freycinet Riesling 2014

    Freycinet Riesling 2014

    Regular Price: $30.00

    Special Price: $28.00

    As low as: $27.00

    "The potency of these wines to develop gracefully over time is a feature, as is their complexity with maturity. World class - combines floral, stone fruit and citrus flavours." Robert Geddes, Master of Wine, Author, Australian Wine Vintages
    Freycinet is quite a remarkable winery. Hit after hit.  This has body and complexity but it's the length through the finish that really impresses. It tastes of green herbs, red apples, grapefruit and spice and even in its youth it keeps you dodging and weaving to catch all that's going on. 94 points Winefront.com.au

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  1. Gaelic Cemetery Celtic Farm Riesling 2016

    Gaelic Cemetery Celtic Farm Riesling 2016

    Regular Price: $24.50

    Special Price: $23.00

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    This is intended to be the earlier drinking, more friendly Celtic Farm release. It’s also easier on the credit card.


    So much flavour and intensity packed into a wine of just 11% alcohol. Lemon and lime leaf, slate, spice and flowers. It’s all go. Chalky and juicy, bursts through the mouth, and finishes long with a tussle between lemon sherbet and dry flinty texture. Bang on the money.
    Rated : 94 Points Winefront.com.au

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  2. Gaelic Cemetery Gaelic Cemetery Riesling 2016

    Gaelic Cemetery Gaelic Cemetery Riesling 2016

    Regular Price: $39.50

    Special Price: $38.00

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    "I'm really liking the 2016 Rieslings from South Australia. This wine had been opened two days earlier (I’ve been away) and my wife reliably informs me that it’s much better now. I trust her judgement entirely. Girls are most often better at tasting wine than men, though they seem to lack the ‘Train Spotter’ gene which is responsible for the sometimes obsessive collector mentality found in many males. Offered as a broad generalisation/observation, of course.


    Beautiful perfume here – blossoms, lime and green apple – leading into a lean yet curiously flavoursome palate featuring a fine acidity, and very appealing slate and brick dust texture. Super length, finishing with a real lemonade tang (the intensity of flavour meant here, rather than sweetness). Smashing."
    Rated : 95+ Points Winefront.com.au

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  3. Garagiste Merricks Chardonnay 2015

    Garagiste Merricks Chardonnay 2015

    Regular Price: $45.00

    Special Price: $42.50

    As low as: $41.50

    Australian chardonnay is in a great place; so too is the Garagiste range.


    How powerful can a wine be before it loses its elegance? This tests the definition. It’s straw-coloured and powerfully flavoured and yet it floats and sings in harmony. It’s an elegant portrait of this wonderful white grape. It’s juicy with ripe nectarine and white peach, comes dripping with pear and fig, and cuts long with spicy, flinty, nutty goodness. There’s a rind-like character here, an extra bite to the flavour. It’s the icing on a gorgeous wine.

    Rated : 95 Points Winefront.com.au

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  1. Garagiste Terre de Feu Pinot Noir 2014

    Garagiste Terre de Feu Pinot Noir 2014

    Regular Price: $75.00

    Special Price: $68.99

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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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  2. Geoff Weaver Ferus Sauvignon Blanc 2014

    Geoff Weaver Ferus Sauvignon Blanc 2014

    Regular Price: $41.00

    Special Price: $38.99

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    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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  3. Giant Steps Yarra Valley Chardonnay 2016

    Giant Steps Yarra Valley Chardonnay 2016

    Regular Price: $34.99

    Special Price: $33.99

    As low as: $31.00

    Lusciously fruit driven, complex and delightfully unique, this Yarra Valley Chardonnay has loads of personality. There’s savoury smokiness and fruit flavours ahoy, including white stone fruits, apricot, apple, lime and lemon, all with a grapefruit backbone. Nutty flavours appear as the wine opens up giving it complexity and depth. This is a stylish wine hailing from a lineage of high achievers amongst wine judges.

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