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  1. Mt Pleasant Creek Estate Heathcote (Vic) 2009 Shiraz Viognier

    Mt Pleasant Creek Estate Heathcote (Vic) 2009 Shiraz Viognier

    $24.00
    The very last of this wine from a Heathcote vineyard now sold but that previously contributed grapes to the famous 1997 Ducks Muck. A soft but rich and gently dry wine with delicious freshness from the (white) viognier grape. Excellent and satisfying red. It really is worth reading the background notes about how Ducks Muck exploded onto the scene, commanding at one stage a price of $3,500 a bottle - amazing stuff ! NB : cork closure Learn More
  2. Kuitpo Hills Vineyard “Wattle Park” Adelaide Hills 2010 Merlot/ Cabernet/ Petit Verdot

    Kuitpo Hills Vineyard “Wattle Park” Adelaide Hills 2010 Merlot/ Cabernet/ Petit Verdot

    $28.00
    A great example of the “Bordeaux blend”, this deeply coloured red has silky smooth balance tied in with lots of fine grained and gently drying tannins. Excellent drinking for those who like a dryer style matched with ripe, soft fruit. Learn More
  3. Pirramimma McLaren Vale (SA) "White Label" 2012 Shiraz Viognier

    Pirramimma McLaren Vale (SA) "White Label" 2012 Shiraz Viognier

    $24.00

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    SORRY - NOW SOLD OUT This is a classic McLaren Vale red. From a terrific vintage, and a producer famous for producing big, warm reds, the addition of the white viognier grape adds a lovely fragrance as well as freshening up the palate. Full bodied and rich, it finishes long and dry with fine grained, persistent tannins. This is a big strong red that is excellent drinking. Learn More
  4. Pioneer Road Wines Barossa Valley (SA) 2012 (single vineyard) Grenache

    Pioneer Road Wines Barossa Valley (SA) 2012 (single vineyard) Grenache

    $14.00
    From a near perfect vintage, this beautifully scented, medium bodied wine is smooth and rich with nice warmth overlaid with touches of spice – showing almost no tannin this is a very satisfying drink and great value at $14 a bottle when groups such as Wine Selectors were selling this label for over $18. Learn More
  5. Gomersal Barossa (SA) 2012 Grenache

    Gomersal Barossa (SA) 2012 Grenache

    $13.00
    Soft and rich and full of delicious flavours, this red is for you if you do not like dryer or tannic reds. With fresh capital from the new Chinese shareholders, Gomersal took full advantage of a superb vintage year. Classic grenache (think a softer, richer version of Cote du Rhone) this supple, smooth and beautifully rich red is plain delicious. Originally destined for export, this is great value at just $13 a bottle. Learn More
  6. Sensi 2011 Sicilia Nero D'Avola

    Sensi Sicilian 2012 IGT "Collezione" Nero D'Avola

    $16.00
    Another excellent, easy drinking italian, this time from Sicily. It has ripe, soft fruit as well as that typical, bright Italian freshness overlaid with a slightly savoury flavour. Lighter bodied, this is excellent, easy drinking that reflects the warmth of Sicily just as our shiraz’s do locally. Learn More
  7. Sensi Puglia (Italy) "Collezione" 2011 Primitivo

    Sensi Puglia (Italy) "Collezione" 2015 Primitivo

    $14.00

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    This smooth and rich Italian wine was made from Primitivo grapes and defines what is a "fruit driven" wine. It has a lovely berry nose and in the mouth it is medium bodied with big soft, velvety fruit leading to a soft, gently drying finish. Not complex but it is delicious and perfect for those who do not enjoy the tannins in Australian reds. Learn More
  8. Sensi "Collezione" 2015 Montepulciano D'Abruzzo

    Sensi "Collezione" 2015 Montepulciano D'Abruzzo

    $14.00
    Showing a lovely deep colour and a dark berry flavour with a medium / lighter body, it has good underlying acid, and a soft, long, quite dry, finish. No headaches here! Quite distinctly Italian and most enjoyable. Drink now to end 2017. Learn More
  9. Salitage Pemberton (WA) 2013 Cabernets

    Salitage Pemberton (WA) 2013 Cabernets

    $27.20
    From a famous and prestigious winery that sadly closed in 2015, this rich and gently dry "Bordeaux blend" is excellent drinking but will also keep for years. Learn More
  10.  2009 Mt Pleasant Heathcote Cab Sauv Cab Franc

    Mt Pleasant Creek Heathcote (Vic) 2009 Cabernet Sauvignon / Cabernet Franc

    $24.00
    ALMOST ALL GONE From the same vineyard that contributed grapes to the famous 1997 Ducks Muck, this smooth, supple and beautifully balanced red has a delicious softness underpinned by very gentle, almost soft, fine-grained tannins. This is a terrific, older cabernet that is perfectly ready to drink. It is worth reading the background notes about how Ducks Muck was selling at one stage for $3,500 a bottle - amazing stuff ! NB Cork Closure Learn More

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