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Yalumba ?The Cigar? is from the Yalumba Coonawarra Estate. Sibling to ?The Menzies?, this wine is made from 100%… more info
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In 1974, Yalumba created an outstanding Cabernet & Shiraz blend known simply as FDR1A. The wine soon became a legend in… more info
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Even in the tricky vintages (like 2011) Yalumba can still craft tasty vino. Tasty, authentic vino with loads of flavour… more info
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This is a highly sipable, mellow style of wine that would go great with tapas. Sweet red fruits and plums decorate the… more info
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David Owen's relentless efforts in the past have been pivotal in securing the Langhorne Creek's place among Australia's… more info
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Every great wine has a great story. This red was born when 15 of Langhorne Creek's best grape growers came together to… more info
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YARRA YERING DRY RED WINE NO.3 2011: Utilises a purpose-planted very hungry site in a natural amphitheatre at the… more info
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MORTON ESTATE THE MERCURE RED 2011: Both Malbec and Merlot are really well suited to the Hawkes Bay wine growing… more info
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The Tulloch family have been producing premium wines in the Hunter Valley since the 19th century. Hector Tulloch first… more info
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VASSE FELIX HEYTESBURY RED BLEND 2011: This wine comes from Vasse Felix's best vineyards in the northern part of… more info
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This red blend from Geoff Hardy is drinking really well right now, and would be great company with a rack of lamb and… more info
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The people at Pikes must like a marine life, not content with naming their main wine after the Pike here’s their second… more info
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Weighing in at only 10% alcohol, you can stretch out to that extra glass at the family BBQ. Made from an unknown blend… more info
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The first Red Label, in 1986, was a classic blend of Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon. An immediate success with wine… more info
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The southern Rhone region of Cairanne is a source of awesome wines at epic value, and this one is a case in point. It's… more info
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Made from a blend of grenache, shiraz and carignan, it's certainly in a modern vein with lots of fruity smells of… more info
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There’s a proud history in Australia of blending Shiraz and Cabernet and the Evans and Tate brand have a proud history… more info
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The Mornington Peninsula continues to churn out some of the country’s best examples of Pinot Noir and we got a wee bit… more info
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Hawkes Bay has risen from the ranks of New Zealand wine regions and now has an enviable reputation for its red wines… more info
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What a pretty wine! Just so fragrant and floral you will just want to dab it behind your ears before a special night… more info
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The Pikes Luccio is a pure example of the Sangiovese grape via the Clare Valley. Why is it called Luccio? Because… more info
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Gemtree tend not to say what is in this Phantom belnd, but we do know there is some merlot in the 2011, and being… more info
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A Gravel Pit eh? Sounds like an odd place for a vineyard. Though gravels are actually good for grapes, because they… more info
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Made from a blend of cabernet sauvignon, shiraz and merlot, this is value on a stick! It's a medium-bodied, fruity… more info
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The Cricket Pitch has become one of Brokenwood’s most iconic labels showing not just multi-varieties but multi-regions… more info
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One sip of the Red Claw and you’ll be bitten by the seductive aroma and texture of this cool climate Pinot Gris. The… more info
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Yalumba has devoted over 20 years to growing and making this rare and exotic variety. This example is a fresh and… more info
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Yalumba Y Series Merlot is soft and supple, with sweet, ripe fruit flavours and a hint of liquorice or anise. Merlot is… more info
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Produced by one of Australia's greatest winemaking families, this wine has pear and green apple fruit flavours to… more info
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One of the better flavoured Chardonnays in a cask. Exhibiting ripe fruit flavours of peach and melon. Finishes smooth… more info
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YALUMBA The Octavius Old Vine Shiraz, Barossa more info
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Trophy & Gold for the Best Cabernet-dominant Blend – Great Australian Red Challenge 2011 In 1974 Yalumba created an… more info
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Truly exceptional value  - 94 Points James Halliday The Butchers Block is a traditional Barossa blend made with… more info
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Malindi Clare Valley Shiraz 2011 - $94/Dozen - Winemarket more info
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Domain Day One Serious Pinot Noir 2011 | $114 / Dozen - Winemarket. more info
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Shiraz Cabernet Sauvignon with nothing other than the best in mind, this Barossa classic from the partnership of the… more info
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Better than some Shiraz more than five times this price, Torzi’s Schist Rock is composed, layered and balanced. You… more info
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This Ros? shows a vibrant pink colour that instantly appeals ans is complimented by the subtle smell of forest fruits… more info
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This wine reveals bright, lifted aromas of plum, cherry and dark chocolate. Over time, more subtle violets and spice… more info
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CAPITAL GUNDAROO RIESLING 2014From $27.99
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SHAW & SMITH SHIRAZ 2013: The 2013 is a perfumed Shiraz with aromatics of florals and cherry. The palate shows bright fruit in the red fruits spectrum and spice notes of dried herbs including thyme. Natural tannins and a graphite-like earthiness contribute to a savoury core that underpins the great depth and complexity of this wine. Shaw + Smith one of the producers that have set the Adelaide Hills squarely on the map for spicy Shiraz. Cracked black pepper, meat, raisins, sweet grass, blackberry and blackcurrant. Medium to full bodied, meaty and spicy, plenty of fleshy tannin allied to pan juices, raisins and sweet black fruit. Good finish. Rasp of firm tannin, herbs and raspberry sweetness on exit gives it that little extra push. Nice wine. Stylish. Score: 92 points Gary Walsh - The Wine Front - 23 September 2014
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