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  1. Coriole Sangiovese 2017

    Coriole Sangiovese 2017

    Regular Price: $28.00

    Special Price: $26.50

    Typical of the 2017 vintage this release shows bright, red fruit and lifted florals. The beguiling, Pinot-esque nose is loaded with aromas of earthy, forest floor, mace, anise, cassia bark and juniper berry. The creamy, delicate palate shows wild strawberry, cherry, raspberry, foraged mushrooms and an enticing creme brulee torched toffee character. The tannins are fine, feathery and have classic firm, Sangiovese length.   Learn More

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  2. Corymbia Cabernet Sauvignon 2018

    Corymbia Cabernet Sauvignon 2018

    Regular Price: $64.00

    Special Price: $55.99

    As low as: $53.00
    "Tannin. The final frontier for Australian wine, and here we boldly go. Split infinitives and superlatives to surely follow. Blackcurrant, dried herbs, nori, flowers. Medium-bodied, ample fruit, but dry and controlled, rolls of deep earthy and gravelly tannin, savoury flavours in the main, and a long finish, freshened with raspberry pip acidity. Beautiful expression of Cabernet here. " Rated : 96 Points Winefront.com.au Learn More

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  3. Corymbia Tempranillo Malbec Cabernet 2017

    Corymbia Tempranillo Malbec Cabernet 2017

    Regular Price: $39.00

    Special Price: $35.99

    As low as: $34.00
    Gary Walsh - The Wine Front - 93 points69% Tempranillo, 19% Malbec and 12% Cabernet Sauvignon. Swan Valley vs Spain here, and a damned tasty thing it is too. I’m thinking plum and dark cherries, spice, subtle vanilla perfume, coffee beans and earth. Medium-bodied, wide-grained ripe but sandy skinsy tannin, fleshy mid-palate action, even acidity, cola nut, more to red fruits to taste, grip and savoury appeal on a solid finish. I seem to be stuck on 93 points (a good score!) for this wine, yet I’m tempted to push it up a little this year. Anyway, Learn More

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  1. Cullen Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot 2017

    Cullen Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot 2017

    Regular Price: $40.00

    Special Price: $38.99

    As low as: $37.00
    This wine was produced on a certified Biodynamic, Carbon Neutral and naturally powered estate. This outstanding Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot from the 2017 vintage displays densely flavoured ripe dark fruits complemented by discrete fine-grained tannins. It was matured in French oak barrels for 6 months, of which 30% were new. 81% Cabernet Sauvignon, 19% Merlot .... 100% matured in French oak for an average of 6 months, 30% of which were new. Excellent medium red with a purple edge.Dark fruits complemented by leafy notes.Medium bodied with fine tannins, Learn More

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  2. De Iuliis Steven Vineyard Shiraz 2017

    De Iuliis Steven Vineyard Shiraz 2017

    Regular Price: $36.50

    Special Price: $35.00

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    2017 De Iuliis Steven Vineyard (A$40)was for me an excellent example of stylish, medium-bodied Hunter shiraz. Kirkwood was expansive, writing, “It starts with gentle-weighted, plush red fruits, builds through the palate and continues to develop into a rather demanding wine. Vibrant rose petal and violets to start with – seems light on its feet, then builds through a light- to mid-weighted raspberry and mulberry palate that flows through to a rather fine-framed yet lingering and beautiful wine. Pure and pretty. The shape and flo Learn More

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  3. Dog Point  Pinot Noir 2016

    Dog Point Pinot Noir 2016

    Regular Price: $47.99

    Special Price: $46.00

    Dog Point Pinot Noir is one of the icons of Marlborough and for good reason. Ivan and James are maestro’s at producing superb pinot noir and this wine is no exception. Dark red berry and cherry fruits blend seamlessly with dark herbs, earthiness, raspberry liqueur and liquorice elements, all wrapped up a fine-grained tannin and refined structural bow. Pairs exquisitely with all the classic pinot matches like duck and other game birds, red meats and mushroom dishes.   Learn More

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  1. Domaine de Triennes Rose

    Domaine de Triennes Rose

    Regular Price: $23.99

    Special Price: $22.99

    As low as: $22.00
    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 wo Learn More

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  2. Domenica Nebbiolo Rosé 2018

    Domenica Nebbiolo Rosé 2018
    Vibrant salmon pink in colour with delicate notes of orange peel, ripe peach and musk aromas. The palate bursts with maraschino cherries and raspberries, then finishes with savoury, refreshing acidity. Lingering and dry; unmistakably Nebbiolo! Learn More

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  3. Domenica Shiraz 2015

    Domenica Shiraz 2015
    ... because you will love this 2015 Domenica. It’s a little riper than the 2014 and with it comes a little more gravity; more presence. Blackberry and black cherry, anise, slips of roasted nuts, cocoa. But the spice notes, the peppers, the rangey tannin, the finesse; it all remains intact. It’s the best of warmth and the best of cool; it’s night and day in a bottle. Rated : 95 Points Winefront.com.au Learn More

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  1. Dune Blewitt Springs Shiraz 2018

    Dune Blewitt Springs Shiraz 2018

    Regular Price: $25.50

    Special Price: $23.99

    As low as: $22.99
    Whilst McLaren Vale is not a large region it is geologically diverse. The Blewitt Springs sub-region is known for deep sandy soils on yellow clays. Shiraz typically ripens later here than other parts of McLaren Vale and displays different characteristics.The sandy soils typically produce shiraz of lifted dark fruit, floral and meaty notes, the tannin is fine yet chalky and the wines are often medium bodied rather than full. Learn More

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  2. Dune Pyla 2018

    Dune Pyla 2018

    Regular Price: $28.50

    Special Price: $27.99

    As low as: $26.50
    Our PYLA vineyard sits at the bottom of our hillside and is planted to Nero d'Avola, Carignan, Mourvedre, and Negroamaro with smaller amounts of Montepulciano and Grenache . The varieties are handpicked and fermented with a high proportion of whole berries.  After ferment the wine is put to seasoned oak barrels for 10 months prior to bottling  .  The 2018 has been a beauty from the very start. Intensely perfumed with floral lift, sweet herbs, ripe cherry and a campari like note. The pala Learn More

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  3. Dune the Empty Quarter 2017

    Dune the Empty Quarter 2017

    Regular Price: $25.50

    Special Price: $23.99

    As low as: $22.99
    Gold Medal , 95 Points- 2018 Royal Melbourne Wine Awards   "Mataro, Shiraz, Grenache, and Montepulciano. Nice name for a wine. It could star Bryan Brown, or one of the equally ruggedly handsome Lloyd boys. Liquorice, spice, red and black fruits, pleasant earthiness. Medium-bodied, savoury and earthy – Mataro takes front seat – bright berry fruit, ripe furry tannin, and a dried herb perfumed, spice-laden finish of excellent length. Outstanding." Gary Walsh Winefront.com.au  Learn More

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  1. Equis Equinoxe Crozes Hermitage Rouge 2015

    Equis Equinoxe Crozes Hermitage Rouge 2015

    Regular Price: $38.00

    Special Price: $36.00

    As low as: $35.00
    More layered and supple than the 2014, the Equinoxe all pulpy hedgerow dried fruits, red liquorice and juicy carbonic notes; great fruit supported by lifted freshness and velveteen tannins. The wine was fermented in concrete tank and large wooden tronconique vats (with a degree of carbonic maceration), and aged in tronconique vats only. A Top draw Crozes nouveau. Learn More

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  2. Fattorie Parri Chianti Montespertoli Riserva 2015

    Fattorie Parri Chianti Montespertoli Riserva 2015

    Regular Price: $33.00

    Special Price: $29.99

    As low as: $27.99
    Tasted this with a few people last night, from novice to seasoned taster, and they all just loved it. Importer: Mondo Imports Rich, almost liquorice scented, sweetness of cherry fruit, mint, suede, and a touch of balsamic. Medium-bodied, but rich and plump,  sweet tannin, succulence and flavour, bright and so yum. A little ‘mineral’ feel too. Length is excellent. Flat out delicious. This is cracking value, and a wonderful drink. Rated : 94 Points W Learn More

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  3. Giant Steps Yarra Valley Light Dry Red 2017

    Giant Steps Yarra Valley Light Dry Red 2017

    Regular Price: $34.99

    Special Price: $33.99

    As low as: $32.00
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    This exciting new wine – LDR stands for Light Dry Red – is a 51/49 blend of pinot noir from the high altitude Primavera vineyard with shiraz/syrah from the Sexton vineyard. The inspiration is Beaujolais, with a nod to the Hunter. You could guzzle this. It’d be pretty sophisticated guzzling, admittedly, but the freshness and flow of it almost begs you to dive in for more. It’s all fruit, spice and nuts, a sweetness to the fruit and a smoky/clovey character to the spice, some red Learn More

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  1. Giant Steps Yarra Valley Pinot Noir 2017

    Giant Steps Yarra Valley Pinot Noir 2017

    Regular Price: $34.99

    Special Price: $33.99

    As low as: $32.00
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    2017 really was a sensational vintage! Good intermittent rainfall with cool to mild temperatures, and not a day over 40 degrees during the summer months marked 2017 out as a classic cool climate vintage. All varieties came in later than average, ripening at an unhurried pace in these ideal growing conditions, producing wines of incredible structure, detail and length. Learn More

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  2. Giant Steps Yarra Valley Syrah 2017

    Giant Steps Yarra Valley Syrah 2017

    Regular Price: $31.99

    Special Price: $30.99

    As low as: $30.00
    It's pretty much as you'd expect and hope; no better, no worse. Everything is in good sound order but at the same time; no mean feat; it offers a pile of personality. Bunchy herb notes, black cherry, svelte mouthfeel, peppercorns and florals. Heaps going on and yet it feels seamless. The finish isn't scintillating, in terms of length, but it's well and truly satisfying. It's in a good place. It's a very good wine. Impeccable, really. My score kept increasing the longer I sat with it, and this note probably reflects that. Learn More

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  3. Graci Etna Rosso 2014

    Graci Etna Rosso 2014

    Regular Price: $43.00

    Special Price: $40.00

    This fragrant red offers alluring scents of rose, red berry and cake spice. The radiant, structured palate is endowed with finesse, offering ripe black cherry, raspberry, licorice and flinty mineral. Firm, refined tannins and bright acidity provide the framework. Drink 2020 through 2025. 93 points Wine Enthusiast High toned with purple flower and almost Syrah-like Learn More

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  1. Graillot Project Syrah No 2 2016

    Graillot Project Syrah No 2 2016

    Regular Price: $30.00

    Special Price: $28.99

    As low as: $27.00
    There's loads and loads of spicy, peppery kick and again that cool, morning forest finish. It's still settling down from bottling (November 2017) and you can expect more and more finesse and flesh as it comes together. For now don't be scared to give it air. Serve it cool although not cold. As has been the case for a number of years, there was zero new oak used in the maturation and the alcohol clocks in at 13.5%.   Learn More

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

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

    Regular Price: $13.99

    Special Price: $13.50

    Interesting wine, in a good way. Smells of honeycomb, spice, sweat, dried herbs and rich dark berries. Medium bodied, rich fleshy texture with plump tannin, plum, dried cherry and sarsaparilla flavours, clean acidity and a savoury and fruit sweet finish of good length. Delicious. Load up. 90 Points Winefront.com.au Learn More

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  3. Greywacke Pinot Noir 2015

    Greywacke Pinot Noir 2015

    Regular Price: $52.00

    Special Price: $47.99

    As low as: $46.99
    Imagine a black forest gateaux made with marinated black cherries and very ripe blackberries, served with a little creamy vanilla custard. A highly perfumed style of Marlborough pinot featuring exotic fruit sweetness, a cedar-like spiciness and a delicate smoky scent reminiscent of lapsang souchong. The palate is dense and generous with ripe cherry-plum richness, some soft licorice and clove and a fine but voluptuous tannin structure.   Learn More

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  1. Guthrie Clones Chardonnay 2018

    Guthrie Clones Chardonnay 2018

    Regular Price: $25.00

    Special Price: $23.99

    Bernard and Entav clones, and really, it’s Chardonnay and Pinot Noir (lately Merlot) where (some) people care about clonal make-up. Fine feeling wine, with lovely chalky texture, cool acidity, and heaps good length. Flavours fall to citrus and white peach, oak is pretty discreet, with some raw almond and savoury flavours in the mix. Needs another few months to a year in bottle to show its best. Rated : 94 Points Gary Walsh Winefront.com.au Learn More

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  2. Hay Shed Hill Cabernet Merlot 2016

    Hay Shed Hill Cabernet Merlot 2016

    Regular Price: $20.99

    Special Price: $19.99

    As low as: $19.00
    Deep crimson red of good intensity and vibrant hue. Intense berry fruits, cassis and chocolate mint character notes with background cedar like oak. Medium bodied, this wine shows a vibrant and lively fruit driven palate with a fleshy middle and soft mature ripe tannin. Learn More

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  3. Hay Shed Hill Cabernet Sauvignon 2015

    Hay Shed Hill Cabernet Sauvignon 2015

    Regular Price: $27.50

    Special Price: $26.00

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    Dense dark red to black colour of great intensity. An intense and rich bouquet lead to the ripest cassis and berry fruits, rich and opulent but brooding in its youth. Behind the primary fruits are distinctive vineyard characteristics of dark chocolate and mint. The oak is background cedar which will recede further as the fruits emerge with some bottle age. The vineyard consistently produces intense fleshy Learn More

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  1. Head Barossa Cellar Reserve Shiraz 2017

    Head Barossa Cellar Reserve Shiraz 2017

    Regular Price: $21.00

    Special Price: $19.50

    Dark and spicy, a bit of earth, subtle floral notes. Medium bodied, gently earth, supple and soft, attractive Barossa Shiraz flavor, delivered with a bit of polish and finesse. Hard to imagine anyone being unhappy with this. Rated : 90 Points Winefront.com.au Learn More

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  2. Head Wines Ancestor Vine Grenache Mataro 2015

    Head Wines Ancestor Vine Grenache Mataro 2015

    Regular Price: $110.00

    Special Price: $100.00

    Deep red with Burgundy colours. Aromas of rhubarb, raspberry, pink musk, Turkish delight and candied orange peel. Full bodied and supremely textured with layers of sweet red fruit flavours. Dense, long and chewy tannins that coat the mouth endlessly. One for the patient cellar. Drink from 3 years for up to 20 years. 14.5% Alcohol. Learn More

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  3. Head Wines Head Red GSM 2018

    Head Wines Head Red GSM 2018

    Regular Price: $25.50

    Special Price: $24.99

    "I tasted 13 wines with Alex Head on Monday, and the 2018s are looking superb. Pretty, a little new leather and spice, raspberry and boysenberry. Medium-bodied, tannin is really good – soft but present – with even acidity, and a subtle savoury / earthy component adding further complexity. Delightful. Good now, but won’t fall over for quite some time. Rated : 94 Points Winefront.com.au Learn More

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  1. Head Wines Head Red Montepulciano 2018

    Head Wines Head Red Montepulciano 2018

    Regular Price: $25.50

    Special Price: $24.99

    "A new wine here, replacing the old Nouveau which contained Touriga and other things. Alex Head suggests that Monte is a great grape for the Barossa Valley – the honey badger of grape varieties. Raised in old foudre. Very purple, hazelnut, touch of meat and spice, boysenberry, blueberry. Medium-bodied, dry dusty firm tannin, savoury but with a core of jubey fruit. Some of the grapes character, but tastes regional too. Good drinking here, though I feel it will be better again with a little more time to settle into bottle. " Rated : 91 Points Wine Learn More

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  2. Head Wines the Blonde 2017

    Head Wines the Blonde 2017

    Regular Price: $49.99

    Special Price: $47.50

    Fragrantly scented, tightly structured and finely poised - this wine shows the more reserved, feminine face of the Barossa. Delicately portioned and beautifully balanced its fragrant notes of flowers, creme de cassis and blackberry are supported by an underlying swell of black pepper, cocoa and minerals. Supple, smooth, intense, balanced and very very long and without any hint of over ripeness, its ease of drinking and current enjoyment should not limit what is a very good cellaring future. Really classy and individual wine, such as should be made more often in the Barossa Valley. A be Learn More

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  3. Head Wines the Brunette 2016

    Head Wines the Brunette 2016

    Regular Price: $58.99

    Special Price: $56.50

    Earthy, coffee grounds, dark spices, black fruit, dried mint, a touch of tar. Full bodied, dense well-packed, almost silty tannin, richness and spice, almost sticky feel in the mouth – like slow-cooked ribs – dark spice theme continues, drying and firm on a long finish. Savoury. Deep. Throbbing. It’s excellent. Rated : 95 Points Winefront.com.au Learn More

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