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  1. Fontanafredda Langhe Nebbiolo 2012

    Fontanafredda Langhe Nebbiolo 2012

    Regular Price: $30.00

    Special Price: $28.99

    As low as: $28.00

    An affordable, authentic Langhe Neb under screwcap. Importer: Fourth Wave Wine Licorice root, perfumed and red fruited with almond in the background. Medium bodied, fresh, very pure and clear, shape and length is very good. Light tannin.
    Approachable and very enjoyable, and while it comes up in the glass beautifully, I don't think it's a cellaring style. 92 points Winefront.com.au

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  2. Yangarra Estate Vineyard GSM 2013

    Yangarra Estate Vineyard GSM 2013

    Regular Price: $28.00

    Special Price: $27.50

    As low as: $25.99

    James Halliday 95 Points
    A 49/29/22% blend of grenache, shiraz and mourvedre. Hand-picked, mechanically sorted, 50% whole berries, cold soak, open fermenters, plunged, wild yeast-fermented, kept on lees in 100% used French oak for 9 months. Brilliant hue; the wine effortlessly communicates its distinguished breeding, the medium-bodied palate with a silken line of fruit, then a thin coat of fine, savoury tannins. Drink By: 2028

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  3. Bleasdale Frank Potts Cabernet Blend 2012

    Bleasdale Frank Potts Cabernet Blend 2012

    Regular Price: $31.00

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    As low as: $29.00

    .....Bright crimson-purple; has absorbed the oak while preserving the cassis fruits and softening the tannins; good length and balance. Drink to 2027." 94 points James Halliday, James Halliday Australian Wine Companion 2015, 1 August 2014
    ..... Langhorne fruit exuberance, all blackberried and blueberried, but with grainy, smoky, gum leafy tannin keeping it firm and strict and proper. Full-bodied but not overdone. Sound, fruit-filled length. Oak as a complement but not in an overt and dominant manner. Will keep developing in the cellar over a good number of years. 93+ points Winefront

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  1. Tim Smith Wines Barossa Shiraz 2013

    Tim Smith Wines Barossa Shiraz 2013

    Regular Price: $36.00

    Special Price: $34.50

    As low as: $34.00
    “Always enjoy the wines from Tim Smith, and could you have a more modest name than Tim Smith? Two syllables. It’s pretty much business as usual for Tim Smith Shiraz here, so if you’ve liked the past few vintages, then no surprises here. Blackberry, chocolate, vanilla nougat, spicy biscuits etc. Medium to full bodied, deep flavour, firm grainy tannin and well balanced acidity, then mixed dark berries, vanilla and Barossa coal run through to a long and tannic finish. Textbook. Likely a little more to come over the next few years.”- 93+ points Gary Walsh.

     

    "Matured on fine yeast lees in mostly French oak; sourced from 10 vineyards, the oldest 130 years; part Barossa Valley, part Eden Valley. Made with great skill, this is a seriously good wine, awash with black fruits, licorice and 
    fine, brambly tannins; the balance and length are perfect, the oak fully integrated" - 96 Points James Halliday
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  2. Yelland & Papps Sete Di Vino 2013

    Yelland & Papps Sete Di Vino 2013

    Regular Price: $21.00

    Special Price: $19.50

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    mulberry flavours provide the fruit backbone along with hints of Asian spice, licorice, frangipani, almond paste and earth. It treads a focussed line with bright, sapid acidity and drive throughout its length.
    A curtain of gentle ripe chalky tannin wraps up the proceeding as the wine trails off showing fine acidity and spicy red fruits. Delicious.

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  3. Sami-Odi Wines Old Vine Gift Pack

    Sami-Odi Wines Old Vine Gift Pack

    Regular Price: $310.00

    Special Price: $290.00

    Contains 3 bottles of the Premium Sami-Odi Wines from some of the oldest vines/vineyards in the world.


    Contains


    1 bottle Sami-Odi Little Wine #5


    In terms of flavour, Fraser has a different take on the non vintage blend versus making a single vintage wine from various parcels, “I’ve never really been about sum of parts, I just like best barrels and that they go together. The older barrels give the wine depth, not that I am looking for that or palate weight. The wine has become, for better or worse, a more structural wine these days, not quite as loose as it used to be, not all flesh”. The wine evolves. Released early 2016. Large amounts of skin and seed and stem from the frosty seasons of 2013 and 2014. It’s of course from plots of shiraz farmed by McKinley within the Hoffmann’s ‘Dallwitz’ vineyard in the Barossa Valley – the vines were planted in 1996, 1995, 1960, 1927 and prior to 1912. 


    Lovely spice notes in the bouquet, clove, pepper, cedary notes, old leather, tobacco, then dark fruits, anise, plums. Lots going on between brooding fruit and savouriness. Tight tannins and crisp acidity keep the wine in check. It’s juicy, but crunchy-textured, very long in flavour, spicy, moody with blue and black berry fruit feel. It’s got a lot more structure than I’ve seen from a Little Wine. It is very good and oh so delicious drinking. Rated : 94 Points




    2 bottles SamiOdi X1V 2014


    t’s shiraz from a fantastic vineyard in the Barossa Valley, gently nurtured to bottle.


    Very concentrated, deep, moody wine. Compact, inky-textured, firm with dusty tannins roping through the wine. Smells of black currants, prunes, figs, tobacco, wet earth. Flavours are dark, decidedly savoury, of earth, elemental and rugged, but so good. It’s a wine that tells a story, but satisfies with its heft and carriage and structure. Lean back, relax, let it unwind, dig in. A wine of immense charisma. Rated : 94+ Points Winefront.com.au


     


    THE perfect gift.

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  1. Jed Wines Argentina Malbec

    Jed Wines Argentina Malbec

    Regular Price: $21.99

    Special Price: $19.50

    Bright ruby red with a hint of violet. Rose water and violet characters are underpinned by red berry aromas of sweet cherry and fresh blue berries. Bright cherry and blueberry flavours carry onto the palate and combine with well integrated oak. The mouth feel is fine and delicate, supported by fine ripe tannins. Medium bodied in style with an elegant finish.

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  2. Yelland & Papps Second Take Shiraz 2012

    Yelland & Papps Second Take Shiraz 2012
    $38.00

    93 points - Philip White - ... . manufacture, then charging an extra fiver for making available the privilege of drinking her raw and unwritten. Get some mates and lovers round for dinner. Dob in and buy one each of these. Then bring three conventional favourites, pour ’em blind, and argue all night.
    Deep, bright crimson-purple; the deeply-fruited bouquet leads into an immaculately balanced and structured medium- to full-bodied palate, with plum, black cherry and blackberry to the fore, quality oak and fine-grained tannins bringing up the finish. 95 points James Halliday

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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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