It is a bit of fun asking people what wine they would choose if they were on a desert island with only wine being washed up with them. Ignoring the wallies who respond with “Chateau Petrus” (a snip at $2,000 a bottle) or “a DRC burgundy” (a touch more serious at $15,000 a bottle) our contender would be a fine old cabernet from Coonawarra. This week we have a pearler from Coonawarra, but as it is only 3 years old you may have to put off your trip to the islands for a little while!
We very quickly sold out of last weeks’ sauv. blanc from the west, so thought we had better replace it. We recently got our hands on another pallet of Norfolk Rise which is the export label for Piper’s Brook South Australian wines - at only $9 it is great value. We have also received another shipment of the beautifully smooth and soft Sensi wine made from the Primitivo grape in Puglia, Italy. Strongly recommended for those who do not like or cannot handle Australian tannins and who want to drink red.
We are always happy to do mixed cases – either select your own bottles or simply click on mixed premium red/white to order a pre-packed selection. Alternatively, if you only like, for example, shiraz and riesling, let us know and we will packed a mixed case reflecting your preferences.