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  1. Coriole Sangiovese 2015

    Coriole Sangiovese 2015

    Regular Price: $28.00

    Special Price: $26.50

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    McLaren Vale winery Coriole was the first to plant sangiovese in Australia, and have a strong Italian connection to this day, with Barbera and Nebbiolo also in their range. This is my pick from the current releases, just ahead of the Barbera. There's leathery dark fruit, with some sour cherry and chocolate flavours. Good on its own but even better with food. Top value. Rick Allen - Parramatta Advertiser


     


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  • 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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  • De Bortoli Yarra Estate Grown Pinot Noir 2014

    De Bortoli Yarra Estate Grown Pinot Noir 2014

    Regular Price: $30.00

    Special Price: $27.50

    As low as: $26.00

    "You have to wonder how they keep doing this kind of quality at this kind of price. The world will wake up to Australia's pinot/value offerings before long and blow the prices sky high; it's our duty to make hay now, while we can. This wine sets the pitch between savouriness, dryness and fruitiness to an exquisite level. It offers a riot of spices, cherries, smoke and herb notes and a rush of flavour to the finish." Campbell Mattinson, Wine Companion, August 2015 96 points




    “In perfect shape and form. Sets the pitch between savouriness, dryness and fruitiness to an exquisite level. A riot of spices, cherries, smoke and herb notes rush through the palate and explode through the finish. Reductive notes work admirably in the context of the style/wine. Fantastic release.”James Halliday, James Halliday Australian Wine Companion 2016, July 2015


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    1. Dog Point  Pinot Noir 2014

      Dog Point Pinot Noir 2014

      Regular Price: $47.99

      Special Price: $46.00

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      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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    2. Domaine de Triennes Rose

      Domaine de Triennes Rose

      Regular Price: $23.99

      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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    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

      Special Price: $22.99

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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 Tempranillo Shiraz

      Elefante Tempranillo Shiraz

      Regular Price: $15.99

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      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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    3. 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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