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  1. Adelina Eternal Return Arneis 2015

    Adelina Eternal Return Arneis 2015

    Regular Price: $25.00

    Special Price: $23.99

    As low as: $23.00

    I’ve met Adelina winemaker, Col McBryde, a couple of times. He’s a nice chap. Quiet. Thoughtful. Has a bit of a perky face too. Applies his considerable intelligence to his craft, or so it seems to me. There are no shit wines at Adelina. Arneis is a hard grape to get right, I think, but this is spot on. The balance is all just so, with the right amount of richness of fruit and silky glossy texture, cut back just right with flinty bits and cool acidity. The flavours are probably something like almonds, green pears, fresh herbs and maybe tangerine, with a touch of warmth. Finish is crunchy, like a crisp green pear and its skin.
    Such a lovely wine. 93 points Winefront.com.au

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  2. Adelina Eternal Return Nebbiolo 2014

    Adelina Eternal Return Nebbiolo 2014

    Regular Price: $25.00

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    From a cooler vintage (than the inaugural 2013), the '14 spent less time in barrel and came out with all the elegance and detailed fruit you could home for. Bright as a button and, at this price, guaranteed to bring many happy returns.
    "If the spec was to produce a tasty, easy drinking Nebbiolo, that speaks of variety too, then the job's been done. Clean, fresh, strawberry and dusty spice, fennel and floral perfume, perhaps a little almond nougat too. Light bodied, gentle tannin, fresh and tasty, all red fruits and kitten's tongue tannin playing on the finish. It's not particularly long or intense, but is definitely very good to drink." 91 points, Gary Walsh, The Wine Front, Apr 2016

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  3. Benevelli Piero Langhe Nebbiolo 2015

    Benevelli Piero Langhe Nebbiolo 2015

    Regular Price: $33.00

    Special Price: $30.00

    As low as: $29.50

    It’s a very young and slightly raw wine, and while it’s probably meant to be enjoyed young, I’d either throw it into a decanter for a couple of hours, or pop it in the cellar for another couple of years: it makes a big difference. Anyway, as at now, it’s red fruited and perfumed, showing some sweet aniseed and spice, along with a whiff of new leather. Medium bodied, brightly lit and vibrant, with red cherry and red berry flavours, light chalky tannin, and a long gently sweet finish that’s perfumed and very fine. Remarkable wine for the money. 93+ points Winefront.com.au

    Learning about Barolo, the PERFECT place to start! Let me know if you'd like some, but be quick. Won't Last!

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  1. Bests Cabernet Sauvignon 2014

    Bests Cabernet Sauvignon 2014

    Regular Price: $26.99

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    95 points. “Medium to full-bodied with licorice, dark cherry and plum building the main tent of flavour; clove and eucalypt as the guy ropes; tannin stake it all firm. Outside of flavour descriptors the best way to describe this wine is to say: it will mature beautifully over 15-20 years but it’s going to prove extremely difficult to keep your hands from it, even now in its youth.” James Halliday 95 points

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  2. Bleasdale Adelaide Hills Chardonnay 2015

    Bleasdale Adelaide Hills Chardonnay 2015

    Regular Price: $21.99

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    Rating 94 points - James Halliday's wine tasting note - Clones 76, 95 and Mendoza, wild yeast solids fermentation in French puncheons (25% new), partial mlf and 9 months maturation. Skilled winemaking has left the wine bright and crisp, not in sauvignon blanc territory; it is light-bodied, but white peach and grapefruit varietal flavours hold the floor, not oak or vanilla pod mlf. Will flower over the next 2-3 years.



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  3. Bleasdale Bremerview Shiraz 2014

    Bleasdale Bremerview Shiraz 2014

    Regular Price: $21.99

    Special Price: $20.50

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     “This is right in the heart of medium-bodied shiraz, black cherry, plum and blackberry fruits encased in a silken web of tannins, and a fleeting glimpse of French oak, Yes, it’s $20.” – 96 Points James Halliday
    “Bargain alert here. Lovers of high quality South Australian Shiraz at affordable prices, walk this way. Blackberries, Xmas spices with a little black pepper thrown in, low-key vanilla oak in support. Medium to full bodied, smooth mesh of fine powdery tannin wrapped around blackberry and dark cherry fruit, a wee bit of smoky oak and salted beef to add a savoury dimension, and a ripe plump finish of fine length. Goes very well.” – 93 Points Gary Walsh

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  1. Cirillo Estate the Vincent Grenache 2015

    Cirillo Estate the Vincent Grenache 2015

    Regular Price: $19.99

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    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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  2. Coriole Barbera 2015

    Coriole Barbera 2015

    Regular Price: $28.00

    Special Price: $26.50

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    "It's easy to see why barbera is Italy's most prominent red variety: this stuff makes you crave pasta. This is tight, unforgiving, very dry red, with powerful, persistent, fine-grained tannin that sets the whole mouth puckering for tucker. It is not, what you say, fruit driven, or juicy. But feed it pure spaghetti bolognaise, or paste with lots of black olive and fresh herbs, and you're away. It will cellar for a decade." Philip White - Adelaide Advertiser

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  3. Coriole McLaren Vale Shiraz 2014

    Coriole McLaren Vale Shiraz 2014

    Regular Price: $28.00

    Special Price: $26.50

    As low as: $25.00

    The aroma is lifted with plum, mocha and spice. The palate is rich and complex with juicy red and black fruits, spice and integrated oak.


    An elegant full bodied style with depth and balance, typical of our ‘Estate Grown’ range. Confidently cellar this wine for 10 years. 

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