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If you’re looking for a standout Cabernet Sauvignon, we heartily recommend Bin 407. Aromas of roasted lamb, olive and tomato are a savoury introduction to coffee, blackcurrant and boysenberry on the palate, finishing long and clean. Like us, you’re sure to fall for this approachable yet deeply expressive wine.
• 95 Points | Huon Hooke, October 2016.
• 94 Points | Tyson Stelzer, October 2016.
Pol Roger has long been the choice of British Royalty. It was also Sir Winston Churchill’s favourite drop. And we’re excited to announce Pol Roger has topped our list too. Our tasting panel clearly saw the brilliance in this traditional Champagne.
With a rich heritage of excellence spanning five generations, Pol Roger’s uncompromising reputation for quality is evident in every stunning mouthful. So too is that persistent mousse of small bubbles – a distinguishing feature attributed to some of Champagne’s coolest and deepest cellars.
Capturing the elegance of the Chardonnay grape, the Pinot Noir structure and Pinot Meunier fruitiness, Pol Roger is sublimely well balanced. It’s a rich, textured, dry, mid-weight. So raise your glass to Pol Roger, the quintessential champagne and our last years champion champers winner.
This Grigio is all class and world class! A good balance between sweet pear and honeydew melon fruit characters and the bright natural acidity of the wine. Perfect with a calamari salad with sliced pears, walnuts, red capsicum and rocket.
This wine commands your attention from the first sip. Black cherry, blackberry and plum fruit with cocoa and earthy notes. The fruit is ripe and upfront, but there's bright acidity that lifts this wine, along with French oak that has been delivered to perfection.
'Hand-picked, open-fermented, pressed to French barriques (some new) to finish fermentation and matured for 18 months. A richly plumed shiraz with a velvet and satin brocade from its wealth of plum and blackberry fruits, French oak also in the flavour game. It needs to shed some of its puppy fat, but no problem if you give it time.’ (2013 vintage) - 93 Points. James Halliday - Published on 27 Jul 2015.
• GOLD - Vindalies France.
• GOLD - International Wine Challenge London Wine Trade Fair.
Catalina Sounds is located in the Waihopai Valley Marlborough where the hot summers and cold winters provide the ideal conditions for growing cool climate varieties such as Pinot Gris. With flavours of apple, spiced pear and ripe stone fruit the Pinot Gris is rich and mouth filling. It will continue to build flavour over time and is a good match for Thai and Vietnamese food.
"Six Foot Six is the second label of this Geelong-based winery that has enjoyed significant growth in recent years. Dark red, clear and bright, the bouquet has a strong Asian spice overlay, but ripe plum and cherry fruit assert themselves on the palate, with garam masala spice in the background. A very interesting wine. 90/100"
- James Halliday, Australian Wine Companion.
The Pizzini family sure knows how to make a decent Pinot Grigio. This true to style example offers squeaky clean fresh pear, citrus and quince aromas with a vibrant and enticing palate displaying Nashi pear and lime. Maybe it's their Italian heritage or an ideal climate in the King Valley. Most likely it's a combination of both, because the Pizzini family sure know how to make a decent Pinot Grigio. Light and bright with fresh pear, straw, gooseberry and refreshing citrus notes. Perfect match for Salmon & Asparagus Salad.
Croser is a long-time favourite of ours. With distinct stone fruit characters and an assertive citrus kick, plus a fine mineral backbone that really stretches the fruit flavour.
Croser was one of the original method Champenoise Aussie sparklers to raise the bar on the quality of domestic fizz. The non-vintage is a blend of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay from selected sites in the Adelaide Hills.