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Lloyd Brothers Estate Shiraz, McLaren ValeFrom $27.95
flamboyantly full-bodied - 96 Points James Halliday This Shiraz was hand picked from the best sections of their 30 acre Shiraz Vineyard, located high above the township of McLaren Vale. After fermentation in small batch open fermenters, the wine was seasoned in French and American Oak. This wine shows lovely, rich ripe dark berry and plum cake characters on the palate with mocha overtones. Beautifully backed up with a hint of spice, liquorice and black pepper.  “Hand-picked from some of the best parts of the estate vineyard; small batch open-fermented and matured in French and American oak. Deep purple-crimson; flamboyantly full-bodied, with black fruits and dark chocolate oozing from every pore, it makes you wonder how its White Chalk sibling could possibly be richer and more concentrated. This is a 50-year wine.” – 96 Points James Halliday   Have with New York cut porterhouse Drink to – see above Critic’s Rating : 96 Points James Halliday 14.5% alcvol Screwcap
Wicks Estate Pinot Noir, Adelaide HillsFrom $18.95
Top Pinot Noir Winewise Championship 2014 Trophy - 2013 Cowra Wine Show Top Gold - 2013 Cowra Wine Show 93 Points & Special Value Wine James Halliday Individual parcels selected Single Vineyard Wine.   The 2012 vintage has been recognised as one of the best in recent years, and with such a promising vintage often comes opportunity, and at Wicks Estate that meant making their first in house Pinot Noir. Light crops and poor fruit set were offset by fantastic ripening conditions and outstanding fruit quality, with the small crops showcasing wonderful fruit intensity with good natural acidity. These fruit qualities aligned beautifully with producing a bright fruit forward Pinot Noir that exhibits lovely cool climate varietal characters. Individual parcels selected, Single Vineyard Wine.   “Spectacular deep, but bright, crimson-purple; a pinot that is all about red (mainly) and black cherry, its bouquet and palate utterly consistent; there are some spicy/savoury notes hiding behind the fruit that will emerge in a few years time, making this an even greater bargain than it is now.” – 93 Points & Special Value Wine James Halliday Have with veal Drink to 2020 Critics’ Ratings :  Top Pinot Noir 2014 Winewise Championship / Trophy - 2013 Cowra Wine Show / Top Gold - 2013 Cowra Wine Show / 93 Points & Special Value Wine James Halliday 13.8%alc/vol Screwcap
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Pertaringa Undercover Shiraz, McLaren ValeFrom $17.95
Fabulous Value - 96 Points & Special Value Wine James Halliday Bargain Shiraz of the Year? Named in recognition of McLaren Vales history of supplying other regions with our finest red grapes. Known as the mid palate of Australia, McLaren Vale fruit is well regarded for its ability to improve the quality and richness of wines from other regions. Carrying on a 160-year old family tradition in winemaking, Geoff Hardy has been pushing the boundaries of Australian viticulture for more than 30 years. He has always been at the cutting edge of trialling new grape varieties and you can see the results of this innovation at Pertaringa Wines in McLaren Vale. The position and aspect of the Pertaringa vineyards allowed for the near perfect vintage conditions of McLaren Vale to be captured in the 2012 Undercover Shiraz. “Impenetrable purple-crimson; the bouquet is redolent of spiced, poached plum, blackberry and dark chocolate, the palate at once luscious yet refined, the flavours intense yet not jammy, long but not tannic. A prime example of not assessing wine by numbers; the grapes were picked at precisely the right time, a point as the French would have it. Fabulous value.” – 96 Points & Special Value Wine James Halliday Have with venison Drink to 2025 Critic’s Rating : 96 Points & Special Value Wine James Halliday 14.5% alc/vol Screwcap
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Ata Rangi Pinot Noir, Martinborough,NZFrom $62.95
The relatively cool 2012 season has delivered a very poised and elegant pinot with a delicious red fruit entry followed by notes of plum, red-currant, fresh herbs, hints of truffle and meaty chacuterie. Still young and firm, and more savoury than sweet-fruited, the wine opens in the glass to show a medley of classic pinot aromas and flavours. With beautifully fine tannin structure and length, the 2012 will further develop in the cellar to a more savoury, gamey expression of pinot. In producing our two pinots, grapes from vines that range in age from 10 - 30 years are meticulously hand-sorted as they arrive at the winery, with individual blocks and clones fermented separately. About ten months later a blind tasting, barrel by barrel, decides the first cut. Younger vine fruit tends to end up in Crimson while the original old home block ‘Gumboot Clone’ and best plots of Dijon Clone invariably have the extra weight and complexity that we favour for the main label Ata Rangi Noir. Martinborough’s deep, lean, free-draining gravels, high wind run, low rainfall and exposure to the southern ocean means average pinot noir yields here are the lowest in the country. These factors, along with the significant age of our vines, contribute to the consistency of quality year after year and to the unique and distinctive ‘sense of place’. – Source Winery Have with bbq octopus Drink to 2025 Critics’ Ratings : tba 13.5% alc/vol Screwcap
Heemskerk Chardonnay, Coal River TASFrom $41.95
Trophy Winner – Best Chardonnay 2014 Tasmanian Wine Show ‘A great wine of real class and finesse.’ – 97 Points Huon Hooke   Heemskerk was an integral player in developing Tasmanias wine industry, long before the island reached its current state of popularity. Graham Wiltshire established the Heemskerk vineyard in 1975 and today the label looks a little further afield, making wines that reflect some of Tasmanias best vineyard sites.   Fruit for the  Heemskerk Chardonnay is sourced from Tolpuddle vineyard in the Coal River Valley. Its a north-east facing site with 19 year old vines on the upper slope of the vineyard. The fruit is hand picked before being whole bunch pressed, with fermentation taking place in 100% French oak barrels.The wine remained on lees in barrel with regular stirring to add complexity, palate weight and texture.   “Light yellow colour, restrained development. Shy, restrained aromas, hints of malt, flowers and honey. Delicate, refined, restrained palate of great intensity, line and length, holding a lot in reserve. A well-judged hint of phenolic grip. Outstanding line and length, poise and symmetry. A great wine of real class and finesse.” – 97 Points Huon Hooke Have with mud crab Drink to 2022 Critics’ Rating : 97 Points Huon Hooke / Trophy Winner 13.5% alc/vol Screwcap
Torbreck The Struie Shiraz, Blend of regionsFrom $44.95
Sourced from several elevated sites throughout the Barossa & Eden Valleys, the Struie reflects the cooler side of the region and showcases the subtle nuances that are gained from hillside viticulture. The perfect conditions experienced in the Barossa Valley during the 2012 Vintage have enhanced the naturally elegant and fine qualities that the Struie is renowned for. The view from the Struie down across the Dornoch Firth is as inspiring as that of the Valley floor from the Barossa Ranges. This wine is a blend of Shiraz from the Eden (20%) and Barossa Valleys 80%, combining the best of both regions. “Dense perfume layered with rose petal, potent blackberry fruit, garrigue savouriness and a whiff of dusty, earthiness, but always a sweetness underlying. Really pleasing. Muscular, meaty and rich to taste, though the freshness of acidity and satin-touch to texture helps the wine slide across the palate. There’s a lick of sweeter fruit sliding through the wine, pleasing and making it easier to drink. Well-shaped, sleek, concentrated but with freshness and form. This looks good, drink young.” – 94 Points Mike Bennie “Deep, dark red colour with a tingle of purple still persisting. Charred oak, smoky toasted barrel and chocolate aromas. The palate is very rich, concentrated and dense, with powerful plum to prune flavours, and a great deal of impact. A very big, assertive wine, but it also retains pleasing balance. The tannins are ample and smooth. I really like the combination of richness, power and balance here.” – 93 Points Huon Hooke Have with slow cooked rib eye off the bone Drink to 2022 Critics’ Rating : 94 Points Mike Bennie / 93 Points Huon Hooke 15.5% alc/vol Screwcap
Bests Bin O Shiraz, Great Western VICFrom $64.95
Shiraz has been produced at Best’s Great Western since the late 1800s, although the actual date of the first Bin 0 Shiraz is lost in the annuals of time. What is certain is that Bin 0 as a descriptor on the wine label has been in use for over 100 years. Best’s Bin 0 Shiraz is produced from the four original Shiraz plantings in the low yielding blocks of the historic Concongella vineyard at Great Western. This includes nineteenth century and mid twentieth century plantings of Shiraz which result in very low yielding, intense vines. The fruit is hand-selected, sorted and fermented in small-batches and matured in the finest barrels in our underground cellar. “This release is up there with the best of them. It’s everything you’d hope for from this wine. Built on acid and tannin but with no shortage of ripe, silken fruit. Plum, mint, cloves and musk, with mere flecks of pepper and spice. Everything in perfect harmony and balance. If I had to single anything out, I would note that the tannin profile here is particularly impressive.” – 96 Points Campbell Mattinson   “Such charm that it’ impossible not to fall for this vintage right away, yet it’s built with the stamina for long endurance. Great intensity meets medium-bodied grace in a core layered with violets, Satsuma plums, blueberries and black cherries. Nuances of liquorice, high cocoa dark chocolate and vanilla flash by along the way, but the focus remains resolutely on brilliantly defined dark fruits. Mineral-fine, tightly structured tannins point to great things in the next decade.” – 96 Points Tyson Stelzer Have with grass fed beef Drink to 2030 Critics’ Ratings : 96 Points Tyson Stelzer & Campbell Mattinson 14% alc/vol Screwcap
Bests Thomson Family Shiraz, Great Western VICFrom $144.95
  One of the top half dozen Australian wines of the past year - 98 Points Tyson Stelzer The Thomson Centenary Shiraz was created in 1993, to celebrate the centenary of the Thomson family’s settling in the area of Great Western. A special single vineyard wine, it was made from the 15 rows of the original 1868 Shiraz vines, planted by Henry Best, and once referred to as ‘Hermitage’ in Henry’s daily journal. Today, this wine is only made in the very best vintage years and is called Thomson Family Shiraz. It has been made nine times in 20 years and has become a highly collectible and sought-after wine. The 15 rows of original vines produce only very small amounts of fruit, cropped at less than two tonnes per acre (four tonnes per hectare) and then meticulously hand-harvested, selected and sorted. Only approximately 300 cases of their flagship wine are released in our very ‘best’ years. “The sheer vibrancy and purity of fruit is nothing short of a marvel from these grand, dry grown 1867 vines planted by Henry Best himself. The 2012 is just the 13th release, precociously backward on release, promising a monumental future, yet so irresistible now that it will take superhuman restraint to let it get there. Even in my strictly disciplined tasting routine I couldn’t spit it. Such is its vibrancy of purple hue it’s almost luminescent, radiating brilliant shafts of violets, black plums, black cherries and raspberries in all directions. Wrapped into its folds, layers of star anise, liquorice and high cocoa dark chocolate, lingering relentlessly amidst superfine tannins of pristine grace yet confident structure. One of the top half dozen Australian wines of the past year. 2800 bottles. Make sure you get one of them” – 98 Points Tyson Stelzer Have on Special Occasions Drink to 2030 Critic’s Rating : 98 Points Tyson Stelzer 14.5% alc/vol Screwcap