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  1.   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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  2. Abbotts & Delaunay Reserve Corbieres 2011

    Abbotts & Delaunay Reserve Corbieres 2011

    Regular Price: $25.00

    Special Price: $23.33

    Blue fruit, sweet leather, spice, perfume, bit of liquorice – kiss of vanilla oak. Flush and plump with black fruit, spice, sweet tannin and some vanilla with plenty of length and oomph. Really good. Fresh blackcurrant aftertaste. 94 points Winefront.com.au

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  3. Bodega Catena Zapata Alamos Malbec

    Bodega Catena Zapata Alamos Malbec

    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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  1. Bodega Zapata Catena Malbec

    Bodega Zapata Catena Malbec

    Regular Price: $26.00

    Special Price: $24.50

    A blend of four vineyards - vineyards are divided into lots that are harvested at different times. Ripe plum fruit flavors and silky texture. Dark fruit character, dense mid-palate and pepper notes. Black cherry aromas and excellent structure. Explosive floral aromatics and full, concentrated mouthfeel.
    International Wine Cellar -  91 points - Bright red-ruby. Raspberry, licorice and fig aromas lifted by sexy oak tones. Vinous and refined on the palate, with dark raspberry, currant and fig flavors complicated by a saline nuance. Nicely balanced and not at all overly sweet. ... Finishes with firm, fine, building tannins and excellent length.

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  2. Calo Rioja Tempranillo

    Calo Rioja Tempranillo

    Regular Price: $18.50

    Special Price: $18.00

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    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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  3. Domaine de Triennes Rose

    Domaine de Triennes Rose

    Regular Price: $22.99

    Special Price: $21.99

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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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  1. Elefante La Senda Tempranillo

    Elefante La Senda Tempranillo

    Regular Price: $15.99

    Special Price: $15.50

    As low as: $14.99

    Elefante wines almost always rate high on the value scale. This is a good quaffing red. It tastes of red berries and dry, woody spices. It’s clean, juicy, and easy-to-drink. It doesn't have a lot of oomph but that’s not really the point and/or intent. Well polished. Winefront.com.au

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  2. Gran Sasso DOC Case - House Wine extraordinaire

    Gran Sasso DOC Case - House Wine extraordinaire
    $11.00
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    ...The best 'house wine' combination available anywhere, and to be fully imported Italian wine makes this so much greater value for money, unbeatable in fact.

    6 bottles each of DOC wines from Montepulciano, 6 authentic Montepulciano, plus 6 deliciously easy drinking white wines together makes the perfect case of wine for you, or that wine loving friend. Learn More

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

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

    Regular Price: $11.50

    Special Price: $11.00

    Blood plum, nuts, licorice and some chocolate on a middle weight palate that delivers plenty of flavour along with attractive chewiness and freshness. The length is particularly impressive and closes with a desirable Italianate bitterness, like chicory or similar. Is it the best release of Gran Sasso to date? I suspect so. I defy you to find a more interesting, savoury wine with modest alcohol and food friendliness at the price. If you do, please let me know. It’s ever so slightly better than a 90 point wine ... Rated : 91 Points Winefront

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