After the rugby, thank goodness for Margaret River! 

The Wallabies certainly did their best last weekend to promote the virtues of Aussie Rules. Looks like the “X Factor” should be left to Channel 10 on a Sunday night! Apart from dismantling our rugby team, the Kiwis have also dominated Australia’s white wine market with their ubiquitous sauv blancs (some of which are very good, but many are quite ordinary). About two thirds of all white drunk in Australia comes from across the ditch - bit sad really when such a small country has the wood on us with the All Blacks as well as (nearly) all the Whites!
However Margaret River in the west (and the Adelaide region to a lesser extent) produce excellent versions, particularly those blended with semillon. These really can be outstanding and in the view of a lot of wine judges, are far superior to all but the top New Zealand whites. What is particularly good news is that so many of them are so well priced and this week we release a $12 beauty from the makers of Lakes Folly, the 2011 Whispering Woods Sauv Blanc.
Pirramimma, which is aboriginal for “the moon and the stars” was first planted in 1892 by Alexander Johnson and his grandson is now in charge – from here comes a delicious young chardonnay at only $12 a bottle. Finally, and continuing the white theme, this weeks Bargain of the Week is an easy drinking Sauv Blanc from the Pipers Brook stable, grown in South Australia and priced at only $9 a bottle.
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Whispering Woods 2011 Margaret River Sauv. Blanc Semillon


Made in the west by the owners of Lakes Folly of Hunter fame, this wine comes from a premium area and a top vintage year. This Margaret River blend is soft and supple but nicely crisp. It is delicious in the mouth and great value at only $12 a bottle.

Pirramimma 2012 “Eight Carat” McLaren Vale Chardonnay


A Chardonnay from a top maker from what some commentators are calling the best vintage in decades, this wine is smooth and lighter bodied with a hint of richness balancing the fresh acid. Nice uncomplicated drinking and good value at only $12 a bottle.  

Bargain of the Week!

Norfolk Rise Mt Benson (SA) 2010 Sauvignon Blanc


With the same ownership as Pipers Brook, this wine is great value and terrific drinking. It is fresh and clean, and highlighted by citrus and gooseberry flavours. With Wine Selectors having the 2012 for sale at $14.45, our price of $9 is a genuine bargain. 
There are a lot of other bargains on our website plus lots of affordable wines for that drinks party or family celebration. If you are not sure what to get, why not try a $120 mixed case – simply let us know what style of wine you prefer and we will pack to your preferences!

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