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  1. A Cabernet Sauvignon from South Australia Is packaged in a bottle 750 ml 1 pack.

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  2. A Shiraz from Australia Is packaged in a bottle 750 ml 1 pack.

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  3. Bin 389 is often referred to as ‘Baby Grange’, in part because components of the wine are matured in the same barrels that held the previous vintage of Grange. First made in 1960, by the legendary Max Schubert, this was the wine that helped to forge Penfolds solid reputation with red wine drinkers combining the structure of Cabernet Sauvignon with the richness of Shiraz. Bin 389 also exemplifies the judicious balance of fruit and oak. “It’s a wine with a ‘wow’ introduction. It throws beautiful, beautiful aroma. It’s distinguished by it. It’s sweet, pudding-like, like fresh vanilla, like lemon delicious. I went to taste this wine and couldn’t get past the nose; I just wanted to go on enjoying its aromatics. It’s smells every bit Penfolds but every bit itself. The palate is true to established form, with blackcurrant and bay leaf notes rigged to a powerful motor of tannin. Creamy/vanillin oak gets on with business too but again the fruit stares it down. From every angle this is a belter of a Bin 389. It’s best consumed any time between now and the apocalypse, or thereabouts. “ – 96 Points Campbell Mattinson “Matured for 12 months in American hogsheads (32% new). Unapologetically made with the don't fix if it isn't broken aphorism. It is tightly structured, with faultless attention to detail - wheels within wheels stuff, but inexorable in sending its black fruits (blackberry, blackcurrant) flavour message. Despite its full body, and its far-reaching longevity, it's tailor-made for the saltbush lamb shoulder of tonight's dinner.” – 97 Points James Halliday ““A classic vintage with brilliant aromatic complexity, proportion and balance. “Pound for pound”, probably the wine of the 2017 release.” 98 Points Andrew Caillard MW

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  4. 98 Points & Winner of James Halliday Chardonnay Challenge 2016 98 Points Nick Stock Trophy – Best White Wine in Show – Royal Adelaide 2016 Trophy – Best Chardonnay in Show - Royal Adelaide 2016 97 Points & Special Value Wine James Halliday Reserve Bin A Chardonnay has evolved into a wine that is now a distinctive, single-region style in its own right, with a contemporary and distinctive Adelaide Hills Chardonnay persona. All fruit is hand-picked into small bins and then whole-bunch pressed. A portion of the juice is incrementally filled to barrel directly from the press and allowed to undergo a natural fermentation, sans inoculation. Every new and seasoned French oak barrique is its own unique 225-litre ferment. Enhanced mouthfeel and complexity is achieved by fermenting and maturing on solids. 100% malolactic fermentation (all natural). “Over the past 10 years this wine has (I suspect) won more gold medals than any other Australian chardonnay (Yattarna isn't entered in shows). Apart from maturation in French oak at 10 degrees C or less, the magic lies in the fruit and ultimately barrel selection, and I can see no reason why this thrilling wine won't add to its medal collection. It has a diamond-like intensity and purity to the fruit flavours, natural acidity and new French oak observers from the wings.” – 97 Points & Special Value Wine James Halliday “A whirlwind of a wine, the nose here has candied citrons, limes and white spring flowers that combine with a flinty edge of sulphidic complexity before opening to white peaches and nectarines. This is really elemental, pared back and restrained — an infant of a wine with much to come in time. The palate has a core of very pure, deep-set, citrus-focused fruit that's really focused around grapefruit. There are some subtle hints of honey and spices, and it turns savory through the latter phases and gently nutty. It's also gently grippy, nicely layered and very long. There's measure and restraint for all the r

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  5. First made in 1959, Penfolds Kalimna Shiraz is an icon in the field of warm-climate Shiraz. Always ripe, robust and generously flavoured. The Bin 28 is named after the Kalimna vineyard that was purchased back in 1945 and from which the original fruit was sourced from. Today, the Bin 28 is a great example of the Penfolds dedication to multi-region, multi-vineyard blending. The Barossa Valley will always remain an integral part of the Bin 28 blend providing rich, vibrant primary fruit flavours.

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  6. Bin 138 draws its inspiration from the wines of Southern Rhône, where shiraz, grenache and mataro (mourvèdre) are blended in varying proportions to create full-bodied wines possessing rich and heady perfume. Each year fruit for Bin 138 is sourced from old Barossa Valley vines (some more than 100 years old) and then matured for 12 to 15 months in seasoned oak hogsheads to allow the different varietals to shine through. The first vintage release of this varietal blend was the 1992, labelled 'Old Vine Barossa Valley' - it was then elevated to Bin status with the 1998 vintage.

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  7. In typical Penfolds style, this is a butch, brash pinot noir that takes no prisoners. Super-ripe strawberries, florals and baked spices fill the nostrils, whilst the palate is quite ripe but soft, with fleshy red berry and cherry flavours, generous toasty oak, fine savoury-edged tannins, and a tight, bright, spicy finish. This needs time or some roasted red meats.

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  8. A Cabernet Sauvignon - Syrah from South Australia Is packaged in a bottle 750 ml 1 pack.

    $30.00
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  9. A Shiraz from Australia Is packaged in a bottle 750 ml 1 pack.

    $759.00
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  10. A Shiraz from Australia Is packaged in a bottle 750 ml 1 pack.

    $798.99
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  11. A Shiraz from South Australia Is packaged in a bottle 750 ml 1 pack.

    $40.99
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  12. A Shiraz from Australia Is packaged in a bottle 750 ml 1 pack.

    $790.00
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  13. A Shiraz from Australia Is packaged in a bottle 750 ml 1 pack.

    $769.98
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  14. A Cabernet Sauvignon from South Australia Is packaged in a bottle 750 ml 1 pack.

    $69.99
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  15. A Cabernet Sauvignon - Syrah from South Australia Is packaged in a bottle 750 ml 1 pack.

    $87.99
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  16. A Shiraz from Australia Is packaged in a bottle 750 ml 1 pack.

    $749.99
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  17. A Shiraz from Australia Is packaged in a bottle 750 ml 1 pack.

    $745.00
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  18. A Shiraz from South Australia Is packaged in a bottle 750 ml 1 pack.

    $40.99
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  19. A Shiraz from Australia Is packaged in a bottle 750 ml 1 pack.

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