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  1. Woods Crampton Graciano 2014

    Woods Crampton Graciano 2014

    Regular Price: $25.50

    Special Price: $23.50

    As low as: $22.00

    The nose is dark, dark brooding and somewhat wild. The palate likewise opens with a wall of fruit-driven flavour – a complex swirl of blackcurrant, plums, meat and exotic spice all balancing within a framework of whole bunch twang and graphite tannins. Bright acidity keeps the wine light on its feet. An exciting indication of what is possible in the Barossa Valley.

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  2. Cirillo Estate the Vincent Grenache 2015

    Cirillo Estate the Vincent Grenache 2015

    Regular Price: $19.99

    Special Price: $18.99

    As low as: $18.50

    Its aroma is less overwhelmingly floral – instead it has a more savoury meatiness, with an underlying minerality and structure that begs to be examined. On the palate it shows the same sweet fruit but it finishes magnificently dry, with savoury spices, hints of cinnamon, clove and bitter cocoa. The tannins are small and grippy but incredibly smooth, and combined with and long, drawing acidity give it great length and a superb finish.


    It is a phenomenal wine for under $30 and should be on everyone’s go-to list for lighter, complex, and dangerously moreish South Australian reds. (Clear and Sober Counsel)

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  3. LaMoresca Vino Rosso 2012

    LaMoresca Vino Rosso 2012

    Regular Price: $50.00

    Special Price: $39.99

    The perfume gives you a hint, in a way, with cinnamon and earth-dusted ripe red fruit character and a hint of dried herbs. Ripe and generous as the fruit is, it's a compelling drink, layered in flavour and generous without being overbearing. It finishes with a dusty lick of pucker and a tickle of briny acidity. It's lovely to drink, but structurally is quite loose-knit.
    Enjoyable. 92 points Winefront.com.au

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  1. Tim Smith Wines Mataro 2013

    Tim Smith Wines Mataro 2013

    Regular Price: $36.00

    Special Price: $34.00

    As low as: $32.99

    ...... black Russian tomatoes steaming on the toast, dribbling beneath a shiny port and cream reduction, black pepper everywhere. This makes surrender a delight. It’s a third the price of a good Bandol, and a tiny fraction of the cost of that air ticket.
    Be quick! Sublime in as many ways as I can think, and believe me, my sodden old brain has spread so wide it’s dribbling off the edges of the plate.
    94 points Phillip White

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  2. Tim Smith Wines Barossa Mataro Grenache Shiraz 2014

    Tim Smith Wines Barossa Mataro Grenache Shiraz 2014

    Regular Price: $26.50

    Special Price: $25.00

    As low as: $24.00

    Deep red. Heady aromas of strawberry and kirsch. The strawberry component is a result of whole bunch fermentation with the Grenache component. Spicy and layered, the medium bodied palate has earthy Mataro richness and length. Fruit flavours are in the dried fig spectrum. Soft, mature and savoury skin tannins define the finish.


     
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  3. Head Wines the Blonde 2014

    Head Wines the Blonde 2014

    Regular Price: $43.99

    Special Price: $41.50

    As low as: $40.00

    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 beauty. Gavin Trott ... for my tastes, the best of this oine yet, stunning wine.

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  1. Head Wines the Brunette 2014

    Head Wines the Brunette 2014

    Regular Price: $53.99

    Special Price: $51.50

    As low as: $50.00

    Colour is deep red. The nose shows aniseed, tar, FruChocs and spicy oak. The fine palate entry has mulberry, cranberry, aniseed and liquorice flowing delicately with Rhone-like spicy, chewy, savoury tannins. Class in spades, no lumps, no bumps, this Brunette should pair well with venison or aged, strong cheeses. Unfined & Unfiltered. Alc 13.9%. Drink 2015-2035. Decant for 1 hour minimum.



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  2. Willow Bridge Solana Tempranillo 2012

    Willow Bridge Solana Tempranillo 2012

    Regular Price: $28.00

    Special Price: $24.99

    I must add as a post script, that I thought this wine was about $45, rather than $30. This means that you should buy some! I should too! Excellent – Outstanding / 94 points Sealed With Wax
    Matured in used French oak, this is a cut above many tempranillos, with superfine tannins running through its mix of red and black cherry fruits providing excellent texture, structure and length. 94 points James Halliday

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  3. Woods Crampton Barossa Mataro 2014

    Woods Crampton Barossa Mataro 2014

    Regular Price: $26.50

    Special Price: $25.00

    As low as: $24.50

    Pure, ripe, berried fruit made prettier by floral and Asian spice aspects. This is a joy to smell, to drink, to admire.
    The price too is more than reasonable. A 'What are you waiting for?' wine. 93 points James Halliday


    Blood plum and red fruits, honey, spice and leather, with sweet dried herbs. Medium bodied, juicy, glossy and smooth, but beautifully controlled, light fine grained tannin, and a herb infused finish of excellent length.
    So much more character than Barossa Shiraz. So great to drink. 
    Rated : 94 Points Gary Walsh Winefront.com.au


     

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