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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.  Torzi Matthews Old Vines Grenache Mataro 1903 single vineyard of Domenico Martino 2012

    Torzi Matthews Old Vines Grenache Mataro 1903 single vineyard of Domenico Martino 2012

    Regular Price: $35.00

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    Unusually savoury too. That's really really good. Slight balsamic notes add piquancy and edge, but don't necessarily intrude, though I'd rather they were not there. So much character and life to this wine.  94 points Winefront.com.au
    Sophisticated architecture. Oak is a minor player, contributing to the texture but never obstructing the fruit. There’s a joie de vivre about the whole affair which is just impossible to deny. Longevity is pretty much assured. 94+ Excellent

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  3.  Torzi Matthews Old Vines Shiraz 1903 single vineyard of Domenico Martino 2012

    Torzi Matthews Old Vines Shiraz 1903 single vineyard of Domenico Martino 2012

    Regular Price: $35.00

    Special Price: $32.50

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    ($35; 14.2% alcohol; screw cap; 93++ points). Phillip White So what makes this better?  Start with its alarming purity of message.  It's a letter of love from one tiny patch of priceless heirloom Shiraz in the northern Barossa. It's disgusting in its brazen determination to seduce. Take all the fruits and aspects of the Longhop above, and dilute them about 5:1 in a deep simmer of mulberry and baby beetroot.  Smack your favourite schoolteacher's blackboard duster against the side of the glass to add some country.  Then think of black satin and silk, patent leather court shoes and Jean Deprez Bal à Versailles perfume.  Take a schlück, and you get the sense of iron as much as sinuous acid and flesh.  Sexy beast's packin' a heavy short, so you get those whiffs of gunblue and cordite just to warn you that you're in the dark alone with this one.  Good for duck or softer, creamy cheddar.  And still inexpensive.

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  1. 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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  2. Ashton Hills Estate Pinot Noir 2011

    Ashton Hills Estate Pinot Noir 2011

    Nick Stock .. "This is a vivacious and attractive young pinot with immediate appeal. Bright strawberry and cherry fruits swirl up fast in the glass, ahead of some raspberry, earth and bracken-like notes, and there is attractive spice. The palate offers bright, light red-fruit flavour on entry. Assertive yet ripe tannins hold juicy cherry flavour neatly in place. The wine looks very complete and approachable.’

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  3. Ashton Hills Reserve Pinot Noir 2012

    Ashton Hills Reserve Pinot Noir 2012

    "95 Points. Straight up, immediately on opening, this offers superb pinot noir drinking. ...... For pure, meaty/spicy, concentrated power, this wine takes some beating. Alcohol: 14% Price: $65 Closure: Screwcap Drink: 2016 - 2024" - 95 points Campbell Mattinson, The Wine Front.


    No point horsing about, let's just call this what it is - one of Australia's best Pinot Noirs. ......   Dear God it's a beautiful wine. I found myself unconsciously drinking my sample of this when tasted this afternoon, which is the ultimate sign of something .... special. I had the good fortune of trying a sample from two different bottles, opened a day apart, and can confirm that both bottles looked equally glorious (more oak richness showing on the fresher bottle, more complexity in the older). I'm buying some, even though I have random wine in nearly every room of my house. It's that good. 96 points Would I buy it? I am. Australian Wine Review

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  1. Ata Rangi Crimson Pinot Noir 2012

    Ata Rangi Crimson Pinot Noir 2012

    Regular Price: $34.99

    Special Price: $30.00

    No one would disagree that Ata Rangi is one of the country's star producers. Crimson is Ata Rangi's second label for wine made from younger vines, ten to twenty years old. Lip-smackingly good now, it has marvelous complexity, especially for a "second" wine, with an engaging mixture of sweet and savory elements. Crimson reflects just how great a producer Ata Rangi is. winereviewonline.com 92 points

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  2. Atlas Wines Barossa Valley Shiraz 2011

    Atlas Wines Barossa Valley Shiraz 2011

    Regular Price: $25.99

    Special Price: $23.00

    As low as: $21.67
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    ..... Another exceptional performance in the vineyard and winery alike, with an expressive black fruit bouquet and a supple, medium-bodied palate that has excellent balance and integration of fruit, oak and tannins. 93 points James Halliday

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  3. Atlas Wines Section 32 Cabernet Malbec 2011

    Atlas Wines Section 32 Cabernet Malbec 2011

    Regular Price: $25.99

    Special Price: $23.50

    As low as: $22.50

    Intense Satsuma Plum fruit up front with hints of tobacco leaf, dry tea and anise on the nose that provide layers of complexity. The palate is fruit rich whilst tightly framed by sandy mouth coating tanins that give the wine great texture, length and persistence of flavour.

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