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  1. Mandoleto Catarratto Sicilia (Case Buy)

    Mandoleto Catarratto Sicilia (Case Buy)

    Regular Price: $15.00

    Special Price: $13.00

    Green pear, citrus, apricot kernel and a few dried herbs, but perhaps ‘cooly fruity’ is a good way to describe it. It’s clean and refreshing with excellent fruit purity and a little bit of ‘mineral’, perhaps there’s a touch of sweetness to round out  and balance, but feels pretty much dry and pulls that way with its gently herbal and sparkling finish. Well, maybe not ultra-complex, but so good to drink. 91 points Winefront.com.au

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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 2013

    Woods Crampton Barossa Mataro 2013

    Regular Price: $26.50

    Special Price: $25.00

    As low as: $24.50

    Honey, nuts, blue fruit and spice, with a little new leather. Medium to full bodied, very blue tasting wine, layered with spice and nutty flavours, balanced acidity and a fleshy tannin finish. All just so. Mataro 
    a wonderful expression of the Barossa and a great counterpoint to Shiraz. 94 points Gary Walsh WInefront.com.au

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  1. Maretti Langhe Rosso 2012

    Maretti Langhe Rosso 2012

    Regular Price: $21.50

    Special Price: $19.99

    As low as: $18.00

    ... It really needs a couple of years at least to show itself properly. It tastes of peanut shells, dark cherries, leather, anise, chinotto, various dried herbs. It’s juicy and well balanced but stern and tannic through the finish. I wasn’t sure at first; when I came back a couple of hours later, I was certain. This is fabulous value. And, given some time, will be terrific drinking. 91+ points WInefront.com.au

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  2. Heartland Spice Trader 2012

    Heartland Spice Trader 2012

    Regular Price: $17.50

    Special Price: $15.00

    This is a very dark glass of juicy and delicious red. A burst of intense primary fruit greets the palate with blueberries, blackberries and currants. These powerful fruit notes can engulf the uninitiated, but waves of spice can be discovered by seasoned flavor explorers.
    Trophy Winner - Best Shiraz-Dominant Blend – The Great Australian Red 2013 - Trophy Winner - Best Wine Under $20 – The Great Australian Red 2013

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  3. SC Pannell GST 2013

    SC Pannell GST 2013

    Regular Price: $25.99

    Special Price: $23.39

    Grenache brings lifted aromatics and its trademark sandy tannins, Shiraz chimes in with red fruits, spice and weight, whilst the Touriga, a lusty, powerful Portuguese variety, adds pungent fruit characteristics of plum pudding, dried spices and floral notes. The resultant wine is so much more than just the sum of it’s three parts, and is utterly drinkable and down right irresistible.

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  1. Head Wines ‘NOUVEAU’ Touriga Montepulciano Grenache 2014

    Head Wines ‘NOUVEAU’ Touriga Montepulciano Grenache 2014

    Regular Price: $20.00

    Special Price: $18.50

    As low as: $16.67

    Bright purple colours with a light to medium body. The nose shows pretty florals of rose petals, violets and fresh cherries that carry onto the palate. Finishes bright and long with sweet red fruits, fresh acidity and Beaujolais’ trademark crunchy tannins. 12.5% alcohol and about as juicy and fresh as you can get. Light-weight bottle, Low extract, low sulphur, low alcohol. Try on its own or delicious with Mediterranean foods. Think 'NOUVEAU' this Summer. Chilled....Just Delicious!

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  2. Bellwether Wines Shiraz Malbec 2013

  3. Wirra Wirra the Absconder Grenache 2012

    Wirra Wirra the Absconder Grenache 2012

    Mid-weight, yet not lacking intensity, this is utterly triumphant Grenache in the near perfectly balanced McLaren Vale Burgundy mode. Watch critics swoon over this. Drink: 2013-2022
    Score: 18.7/20, 95/100 Andrew Graham Australian Wine Review - Would I buy it? I'd buy this over plenty of southern Rhone reds twice the price. In other words - a big yes."
    .... amalgamated fruit flavour and plummy flesh with the savouriness that I wish we saw more often in the is variety. Dusty herbs on the back-palate. It’s persistence cannot be questioned. 94+ Wine Will Eat Itself"
    Medium bodied with gentle squishy red fruits mixing with more savoury earth/tobacco flavours, all very good, yes, but what I like most is its insistent fine grained tannin that controls and shapes the wine from front to long back palate. Good now. Good later. Beautiful wine. McLaren Vale Pinot Noir. 95 points Winefront.com.au

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