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Tempranillo makes an exciting alternate red varietal finding its place amongst many South Australian vineyards these days. This wine is medium bodied, offering a complex array of spice, black cherry and plum fruit with a savoury edge.
Sam Wigan - Running With Bulls - Sam has been brought up with his feet firmly planted on Barossa soil and is one Australia's top young winemakers. After vintages in California, New Zealand and France, we’re very happy he’s returned home to us. He revels in the challenge alternative varietals bring. 'There is basically a fresh slate to work with and you can devise your own style for each variety. I really enjoy the challenge of working out how to get the best out of the variety and what style they should be made in.'
Maintaining its reign as the worlds best selling Champagne, Moet does well to provide a consistent and complex benchmark Cuvee. The squeaky clean structure is dry and delicate with lime, rose petal and smoky aromas. All the traits and class of the region delivered with subtlety and sophistication.
Villa Maria is one of New Zealand’s most awarded wineries and for good reason. This is a beautifully intense and lively wine, overflowing with aromas of ripe passionfruit, fresh limes and a whisper of exotic herbs.
• From the iconic and highly acclaimed Marlborough region
• Bursting with ripe passionfruit, fresh limes and a whisper of exotic herbs
• Delicious with freshly shucked oysters
A sensational cool climate Pinot Noir from Tasmania. At first the taste is supple and delicate, but soon bursts with richness and power as trademark Pinot Noir flavours fill the mouth. Sweet lifted fruit on the mid-palate that is finely balanced by satisfyingly integrated tannins.
Nepenthe has been awarded its second trophy in four years for the Best Australian Sauvignon Blanc over £10 at the recent 2012 Decanter World Wine Awards, declaring it the best example of the variety in Australia. We couldn't agree more as we love the freshness, vibrance and punch this delivers. Enjoy herbaceous characters and gooseberry on the nose, followed by a palate of citrus and tropical fruits, with driving acidity and sensational length. This definitely raises the bar for Sauvignon Blanc in Australia.
The first vintage of Elizabeth was released in 1967 and its a label that springs to mind with any mention of the Hunter Valley. The latest release sees an evolution in style with a refreshing young Semillon in place of the previous wines released with bottle age.
There is candied lemon, fresh lime and grapey characters which can be enjoyed young or put aside to see those beautiful honeysuckle and lemon curd notes develop over time.
Inky purple with aromas of mulberry and raspberry fruit. The Redstone Shiraz flaunts all the typical regional traits of earthiness and chocolate, with plenty of support from ripe, juicy berry fruit. A great buy.
'Coriole's reputation as a leader in alternative varieties (principally sangiovese, but also barbera, fiano, nebbiolo, prosecco, and sagrantino) masks, to some extent, its mastery of traditional McLaren Vale styles, shiraz in particular. Coriole Estate Shiraz and Lloyd Reserve sit consistently among the region's best. And Redstone delivers the true regional style at a fair price. The 2012 shows a particularly fragrant, lively and fruity side of the variety, cut by soft, savoury tannins, with a lift of alcoholic warmth in the finish.'
-Canberra Times, 19 Mar 2014, by Chris Shanahan.
Distilled using French wheat from the La Beauce region and made with water from the Gensac that is filtered through champagne limestone, Grey Goose claim to make the "World's best tasting vodka". Why not give it a try, they may be right.
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