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  1.   Elefante La Mancha Garnacha

    Elefante La Mancha Garnacha

    Regular Price: $13.99

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    .... it jumped out as irresistible. Not difficult to see why.  If you like the mainstay of Australian grenache, you will like this Spanish version. Sweet fruit, minerally tannin, dry finish. Gunsmoke. Obviously accessible but the fruit has character and class. Black and red licorice. Beautiful freshness. Energetic wine from go to whoa. You just want to drink it. Under $15? Excellent buying.  89 Points Screwcap Drink : 2013 – 2015 . Campbell Mattinson.  www.winefront.com.au
    ..... The big news is that it's even better than Spain's top-selling red wine in this country. It's an authentic and structured grenache which sets a dynamic contrast between blackberry, plum and liquorice fruit, subtle herbal complexity and firm, fine rustic tannins. This is declassified Campo de Borja from north-eastern Spain, not classified, because that would only make it more expensive.  90 points. Tyson Stelzer. Wine Taste Special Edition 108
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  2. Adelina Eternal Return Nebbiolo 2014

    Adelina Eternal Return Nebbiolo 2014

    Regular Price: $25.00

    Special Price: $23.99

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    From a cooler vintage (than the inaugural 2013), the '14 spent less time in barrel and came out with all the elegance and detailed fruit you could home for. Bright as a button and, at this price, guaranteed to bring many happy returns.
    "If the spec was to produce a tasty, easy drinking Nebbiolo, that speaks of variety too, then the job's been done. Clean, fresh, strawberry and dusty spice, fennel and floral perfume, perhaps a little almond nougat too. Light bodied, gentle tannin, fresh and tasty, all red fruits and kitten's tongue tannin playing on the finish. It's not particularly long or intense, but is definitely very good to drink." 91 points, Gary Walsh, The Wine Front, Apr 2016

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  3. Alessandro e Gian Natale Fantino Rosso Dei Dardi 2015

    Alessandro e Gian Natale Fantino Rosso Dei Dardi 2015

    Regular Price: $33.00

    Special Price: $31.99

    As low as: $30.00

    This is a primal, untamed expression of pure Nebbiolo fruit


    Dark cherry, liquorice, violet and dried rose perfume. Medium bodied, fleshy and ripe, with layers of meaty and silky tannin, clean acidity, and an almost bubblegum perfume in the aftertaste. It's good fun now, though I reckon it will be much better with a couple of years in the cellar to let it settle down. What a bargain! 


    Rated : 93 Points Winefront.com.au

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  1. Alternatus Tempranillo 2014

    Alternatus Tempranillo 2014

    Regular Price: $25.00

    Special Price: $22.50

    As low as: $20.99

    An emerging variety that matches so well with food. Bright, although relatively light, crimson-purple. A lifted nose of dark cherries, raspberries and sandalwood. The palate has luscious cherry flavours, delicate spice and delicious soft tannins.


    Have it with...Spanish styled food or rich meat dishes.


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  2. Amelia Park Cabernet Merlot 2012

    Amelia Park Cabernet Merlot 2012

    Regular Price: $28.99

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    “Blackcurrant, cherry, plenty of mocha and a seasoning of bay leaf, mint and seaweed – that regional perfume, anyway. Full bodied, smooth and plush, plump fine grained tannin, slight burr of warmth, and a long finish closing with a slick of fine dark chocolate tannin and flavour. Excellent.’ – 93 Points Gary Walsh


    “The blend percentages are not specified, but the wine spent 12 months in French oak. The cabernet is certainly dominant, with potent cassis and redcurrant fruit; the tannin structure is gently savoury, exactly as it should be, the palate long and well balanced.” – 94 Points James Halliday

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  3. Angove Nine Vines Rose 2014

    Angove Nine Vines Rose 2014

    Regular Price: $15.00

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    Adelaide Advertiser - Tony Love - 02.07.14 4 Stars
    “In flash new labelling, this pinky is a regular crowd pleaser while still well respected for its shiraz and grenache core values. This latest outing shows lovely spiced red cherry notes, fresh and zesty energy in the mouth, and genuine fuller flavoured varietal appeal in the finish for more serious dining moments.”

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  1. Angove the Warboys Vineyard Shiraz 2013

    Angove the Warboys Vineyard Shiraz 2013

    Regular Price: $35.00

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    Sourced from the 1948 Old Vine Shiraz on the Warboys Vineyard.


    Deep purple with blue hues. Aromas of spice and forest floor followed by bitter chocolate and white pepper precede intense spice and black fruits. Restrained on the palate at first but with airing rich intense fruit flavours are framed by great structure. Have it with...A porterhouse steak and pepper sauce.

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  2. Ata Rangi Crimson Pinot Noir 2014

    Ata Rangi Crimson Pinot Noir 2014

    Regular Price: $34.99

    Special Price: $32.50

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    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.

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  3. Babo Nero d' Avola 2013

    Babo Nero d' Avola 2013

    Regular Price: $24.50

    Special Price: $22.99

    As low as: $21.00

    Sicily can be such a happy hunting ground for wines that combine drinkability, interest and good value. There’s three ticks here. This is savoury and minerally, but lush with dark cherries, spice, floral top notes, and maybe a few of the old cheeky black jellybeans. Love the smooth silty tannin, pitch perfect acidity, and the light spiciness to finish. It’s only just medium bodied, almost delicate for a Nero, but gee this is good drinking.
    So sophisticated at the price. 
    Rated : 93 Points   Winefront.com.au    

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  1. Balnaves Coonawarra the Blend 2013

    Balnaves Coonawarra the Blend 2013

    Regular Price: $20.99

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    Dark red in colour, the nose is intense with aromas of mulberry, wild blackberry and liquorice combined with delicate smoky-coffee French oak. The palate is medium bodied with a soft round Merlot mouth- feel, black fruit flavours and a touch of dried herbs. This wine will reward careful cellaring, and decant before drinking.

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  2. Battle of Bosworth Cabernet 2014

    Battle of Bosworth Cabernet 2014

    Regular Price: $23.99

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    The wine has a bright rich red colour, with a purple rim. On the nose, there are bright pretty blue fruits, with violets and red currants too. The wine has a fresh and even palate with red fruits and a hint of varietal mintiness. There are fine tannins and a very good length. Go old-school with food and wine matching, and have it with roast lamb

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  3. Benevelli Piero Langhe Nebbiolo 2015

    Benevelli Piero Langhe Nebbiolo 2015

    Regular Price: $33.00

    Special Price: $30.00

    As low as: $29.50

    It’s a very young and slightly raw wine, and while it’s probably meant to be enjoyed young, I’d either throw it into a decanter for a couple of hours, or pop it in the cellar for another couple of years: it makes a big difference. Anyway, as at now, it’s red fruited and perfumed, showing some sweet aniseed and spice, along with a whiff of new leather. Medium bodied, brightly lit and vibrant, with red cherry and red berry flavours, light chalky tannin, and a long gently sweet finish that’s perfumed and very fine. Remarkable wine for the money. 93+ points Winefront.com.au

    Learning about Barolo, the PERFECT place to start! Let me know if you'd like some, but be quick. Won't Last!

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  1. Benevelli Piero Langhe Rosso Number 3 2015

    Benevelli Piero Langhe Rosso Number 3 2015

    Regular Price: $33.00

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    Perfumed with musk and roses, dusted with spice and cocoa, and full of fetching mixed red berry and red cherry flavour. Medium bodied, supple and mouth-filling, though light on its feet, acidity is fresh, and fine chalky tannin trails off on a long sweet and spicy finish. Drink now and over the next few years. It’s a great, and non-threatening, introduction to Northern Italian red wine."
    Rated : 93 Points Winefront.com.au

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  2. Beresford McLaren Vale Cabernet Sauvignon 2013

    Beresford McLaren Vale Cabernet Sauvignon 2013

    Regular Price: $24.50

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    Matured for 14-16 months in new and used French and American oak. Deeply coloured, this is a lusciously hedonistic wine with that X-factor Blewitt Springs (with its cooler climate) unfailingly delivers given responsible viticulture.
    This wine grows each time it is retasted. 96 points James Halliday

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  3. Beresford McLaren Vale Shiraz 2014

    Beresford McLaren Vale Shiraz 2014

    Regular Price: $24.50

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    McLaren Vale shiraz of substance and style.
    It’s big, it’s beefy, it shows plenty of both fruit and oak, and it’s not shy of tannin either. This ripper red makes no excuses for anything; it’s big on everything, including value, thank you very much, and it does it all very well. Rated : 94 Points Winefront.com.au

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  1. Bests Bin No 1 Shiraz 2014

    Bests Bin No 1 Shiraz 2014

    Regular Price: $26.99

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    It’s a beautiful style and a beautiful price. No brainer territory for me. Flush with cherry-plum fruit, splashed with smoky vanillin oak, tipped by both mint and clove characters and finely but decidedly tannic through the finish.
    It will live a long life. It sluices with acidity. And yet it’s absolutely satisfying to drink right now."
    94 points Campbell Mattinson Winefront.com.au

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  2. Bests Cabernet Sauvignon 2014

    Bests Cabernet Sauvignon 2014

    Regular Price: $26.99

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    95 points. “Medium to full-bodied with licorice, dark cherry and plum building the main tent of flavour; clove and eucalypt as the guy ropes; tannin stake it all firm. Outside of flavour descriptors the best way to describe this wine is to say: it will mature beautifully over 15-20 years but it’s going to prove extremely difficult to keep your hands from it, even now in its youth.” James Halliday 95 points

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  3. Bleasdale Bremerview Shiraz 2014

    Bleasdale Bremerview Shiraz 2014

    Regular Price: $21.99

    Special Price: $20.50

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     “This is right in the heart of medium-bodied shiraz, black cherry, plum and blackberry fruits encased in a silken web of tannins, and a fleeting glimpse of French oak, Yes, it’s $20.” – 96 Points James Halliday
    “Bargain alert here. Lovers of high quality South Australian Shiraz at affordable prices, walk this way. Blackberries, Xmas spices with a little black pepper thrown in, low-key vanilla oak in support. Medium to full bodied, smooth mesh of fine powdery tannin wrapped around blackberry and dark cherry fruit, a wee bit of smoky oak and salted beef to add a savoury dimension, and a ripe plump finish of fine length. Goes very well.” – 93 Points Gary Walsh

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  1. Bleasdale Generations Malbec 2013

    Bleasdale Generations Malbec 2013

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    93 points - "Small parcels from estate blocks vinified separately from start to finish in new and used French oak. Convincing colour, and at the heavyweight/top end of the malbec scale, with loads of earthy plum and black fruits; the fruit has swallowed the oak, and the tannins are in balance. Deserves time. 13.5% alc. To 2035." James Halliday's Australian Wine Companion 2016, 27 July 2015

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  2. Bleasdale Second Innings Malbec 2014

    Bleasdale Second Innings Malbec 2014

    Regular Price: $20.00

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    This wine shows vibrant primary fruit flavours of plums, red berries and spices. Finishing soft and round with velvety smooth tannins. Malbec is rarely seen as a varietal wine but here at Bleasdale and in Langhorne Creek it stands on its own two feet and performs well enough to earn its stripes.

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  3. Bodega Catena Zapata Alamos Malbec

    Bodega Catena Zapata Alamos Malbec

    Regular Price: $19.50

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    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

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    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

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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. Castelli Estate Cabernet Sauvignon 2013

    Castelli Estate Cabernet Sauvignon 2013

    Regular Price: $28.50

    Special Price: $26.99

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    Sourced from Frankland River, the 2013 Castelli Cabernet Sauvignon shows the purity and elegance this region is famous for. This is a medium-bodied wine, packed with impressive blackcurrant and chocolate flavours supported by fine tannins and impeccable structure. A super impressive Western Australian Cabernet, particularly at this price.
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  1. Chapel Hill Cabernet Sauvignon 2013

    Chapel Hill Cabernet Sauvignon 2013

    Regular Price: $34.99

    Special Price: $32.50

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    "Open-fermented, basket-pressed, 20 months in French hogsheads (23% new). Strong crimson-purple hue; dyed in the wool McLaren Vale cabernet, with a whirl of blackcurrant, dried herbs, black olive and unashamed cabernet tannins. Will cruise through the next 20 years."
    94 points James Halliday 

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  2. Chapel Hill Shiraz 2014

    Chapel Hill Shiraz 2014

    Regular Price: $34.99

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    "Dense, inky purple-crimson; absolutely achieves expressing 'a profound sense of place'; unctuous black fruits swathed in dark chocolate drive the bouquet and medium to full-bodied palate with relentless precision, yet keep balance and length. Oak and tannins are part of the package, but you sense them, rather than feel their impact. Carries its alcohol with ease."
    95 points James Halliday 

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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. Coriole Barbera 2015

    Coriole Barbera 2015

    Regular Price: $28.00

    Special Price: $26.50

    As low as: $25.00

    "It's easy to see why barbera is Italy's most prominent red variety: this stuff makes you crave pasta. This is tight, unforgiving, very dry red, with powerful, persistent, fine-grained tannin that sets the whole mouth puckering for tucker. It is not, what you say, fruit driven, or juicy. But feed it pure spaghetti bolognaise, or paste with lots of black olive and fresh herbs, and you're away. It will cellar for a decade." Philip White - Adelaide Advertiser

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  2. Coriole Estate Cabernet Sauvignon 2014

    Coriole Estate Cabernet Sauvignon 2014

    Regular Price: $31.50

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    "Liquorice, chocolate, gum leaf, tobacco and black fruit. Full bodied, big spread of ripe and fleshy tannin, red and black fruit, sage and lavender mouth-perfume, cool acidity, and a long tobacco laced finish. Lovely wine. All of the McLaren Vale and plenty of the Cabernet Sauvignon too. Touch and go for 94 points.
    94 points Winefront.com.au

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  3. Coriole McLaren Vale Shiraz 2014

    Coriole McLaren Vale Shiraz 2014

    Regular Price: $31.50

    Special Price: $30.99

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    The aroma is lifted with plum, mocha and spice. The palate is rich and complex with juicy red and black fruits, spice and integrated oak.


    An elegant full bodied style with depth and balance, typical of our ‘Estate Grown’ range. Confidently cellar this wine for 10 years. 

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