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  1. Brothers In Arms Side By Side Malbec 2013 from Langhorne Creek South Australia. A complex and powerful Australian Malbec red wine. Gold medal and 92 points. This Malbec is a medal-winning red wine that has the character of Shiraz. This Australian Malbec is from the famous red wine region of Langhorne Creek in South Australia. Sourced from the Brothers In Arms winery which is one of the oldest wineries in this region and focused for the main on red wines. A full-bodied Malbec red wine bursting with rich plum blackcurrant cassis and oak flavours. A wine made for food. Great at a BBQ strong red meats like beef and equally at home with rich pasta and pizza meals. Won Gold 2 Bronze and a Commended medal. Rated 92 points by James Halliday. Drinking Window Next 5-10 years. Alcohol Percent 14.5 .
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  2. Brothers In Arms Side By Side Malbec 2013 from Langhorne Creek South Australia. A complex and powerful Australian Malbec red wine. Gold medal and 92 points. This Malbec is a medal-winning red wine that has the character of Shiraz. This Australian Malbec is from the famous red wine region of Langhorne Creek in South Australia. Sourced from the Brothers In Arms winery which is one of the oldest wineries in this region and focused for the main on red wines. A full-bodied Malbec red wine bursting with rich plum blackcurrant cassis and oak flavours. A wine made for food. Great at a BBQ strong red meats like beef and equally at home with rich pasta and pizza meals. Won Gold 2 Bronze and a Commended medal. Rated 92 points by James Halliday. Drinking Window Next 5-10 years. Alcohol Percent 14.5 .
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  3. The Vasarellis treat each meal as an opportunity for a celebration and this fresh, light Vermentino is certainly worth toasting to! With a fine palate of citrus and crunchy green apple, the crisp finish makes it ideal to enjoy with seafood pasta meals.
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  4. This round and seamless Shiraz was crafted using the finest parcels of Langhorne Creek fruit by award-winning winemaker Nigel Dolan. It's a region known for its reds and this one full of fleshy, dark berry fruits and some savoury notes will impress.
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  5. Indulge in the uplifting aromas of tropical fruits and herbs with the Paradise Creek Marlbrough Sauvignon Blanc – a zesty, refreshing wine with a mouthwatering palate. Fruity aroma combined with herbs and an elegant minerality Perfect for those hot summer days Great value 12 pack Sit back and relax on a hot summer day with the Paradise Creek Marlbrough Sauvignon Blanc, which boasts refreshing flavours that are sure to tantalise your tastebuds. This zesty win delivers flavours of gooseberry and passionfruit, with an underlying green herbaceous thread.
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  6. The Twin Pickings range from Jacobs Creek sees the meeting of two like-minded grape varieties in a light-bodied, low alcohol (7.9%), slightly sweet style. This one shows smells of red apples, green pears and musk florals, whilst the palate is light and a bit sweet, with some soft citrusy acidity, and a smooth, svelte finish. It's a real casual mid-week wine that would go well with Asian-inspired dishes.
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  7. Taylors want to lead you to the promised land with this sweeter style of moscato, and at the price you will be glad you went. Aromas of musk florals, grapiness, poached stone fruits and tropicals waft out of the glass, whilst the palate is light and bright, with a hit of sweetness, appealing melon, citrus and peachy flavours, and a smooth, vibrant finish. At 8.5% alcohol, this will go down well at your next party.
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  8. 'trappings you would expect from a $30 wine, not $21.' 95 Points & Top Wines of 2017 James Halliday 93+ Points Gary Walsh Hoddles Creek Estate was established in 1997 when the D’Anna family decided to establish a vineyard on the property that has been in the family since 1960. The vineyard sits astride Gembrook road and adjacent Hoddles Creek. Its steeply sloping blocks prohibit mechanical harvesting, with both vineyards being hand pruned and harvested. All our wines, which are single vineyard, estate grown, are made in our 300 tonne winery, constructed for the 2003 vintage. The split-level winery has a barrel store located three meters underground. Hoddles Creek Estate is planted with 10ha of pinot noir (five clones), 6 ha of chardonnay, 1ha each of sauvignon blanc, merlot and cabernet sauvignon, and 1.5ha of pinot gris. All fruit is hand-picked in the morning and immediately de-stemmed and lightly crushed into the press. No enzymes are used; instead the juice is allowed to settle naturally. After a select period of time, some of the juice was inoculated with cultured yeast then transferred to wood for fermentation. The wine is then left on lees for approximately 11 months, with fortnightly battonage. Just before bottling all clones are blended, cold stabilized, fined and filtered. “Ripe grapefruit, peach, almond nougat, fennel, a dusting of spice, slight struck match. Light and fresh, good burst of peach and citrus, crunch of limey acidity, some flinty texture, and a gently viscous and nougat tinged aftertaste. It has length and flavour, and feels open for play straight away, though showed even better the next day. Like this a lot. Touch and go for 94 points.” – 93+ Points Gary Walsh “Don't be deceived by the relatively light colour, this is is a pinot that has the trappings you would expect from a $30 wine, not $21. It has a large core of red fruits wrapped in foresty/spicy/earthy tannins. Its future is gold-plated, and will richly repay cellaring.– 95 Points
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  9. 96 Points & Special Value Wine James Halliday 95+ Points Gary Walsh Hoddles Creek Estate is located in the Upper Yarra, which is higher, cooler and more marginal than the lower Yarra, The vineyard is cropped at less than 2.5 tonnes per acre. Being in a marginal climate, requires extensive canopy management. “White peach, lime, almonds and light spicy oak, with just a wisp of struck match. It’s subdued, nutty and savoury, yet pure of fruit too – like a flower waiting to open – tight grapefruity acidity, flinty texture and a cool almond and aniseed finish of impeccable length. Beautiful wine. Finesse, charm and fine tailoring all the way. Give it a couple of years in the cellar and you’ll be rewarded handsomely.” – 95+ Points Gary Walsh “A fruit selection (hand-picked), matured for 12 months in French barriques (30% new). Bright straw-green; it has obvious complexity, and the extra length that the best Yarra Valley chardonnays have compared to that of other regions. Grapefruit juice, zest and pith are the anchor of the flavour, and also build the trajectory of the wine through to the finish.” – 96 Points & Special Value Wine James Halliday
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  10. 2015,Baily & Baily,South East Australia,Moscato
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  11. 2014,Evans and Tate,Margaret River,Moscato
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  12. LANGTONS Champagne Growers and Grand Marque mix 6-pack
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  13. Massolino Moscato D'AstiVARIETAL: MoscatoVINTAGE: 2016REGION: Piedmont, Italy.FOOD PAIRING NOTES: Superb with desserts, it is also extremely seductive when served with mature, slightly spicy cheeses.PROFILEThe Massolino family has been making Barolo from the iron-rich soils of Serralunga for over a century. This is an example of what you can expect when Moscato is given the Rolls Royce treatment. Drawn from just 1.5-hectares of hand-harvested grapes, in Moscato terms the production here is tiny, and what's more the vines are rooted in the prime calcareous soils of Serralunga d'Alba. The result is something altogether more savoury and complex and yet every bit as delicious as the more typical examples.TASTING NOTES The 2016 is classically racy, mineral Moscato bursting with frothy pineapple, sweet mint and tangy red apple aromas and flavours. It finishes dry, chalky, and super refreshing. Liquor ActLiquor Act 2007. It is against the law to sell or supply alcohol to, or to obtain alcohol on behalf of, a person under the age of 18 years. Lic No. LIQP770016424
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  14. Bourke & Travers Block 41 Syrah Rose, Clare Valley, South Australia. B&T have a traditional, minimalist approach to making contemporary wine. They're not interested in being cool, or making natural wine, because there has never been anything unnatural about what they do. There is a genuine and simple farming emphasis in everything we do. Hand-picked Syhrah grapes, foot stomped followed by a gentle press, highlights the care and gentleness that has gone into the making of this wine. The result is a fresh, but dry wine, with balanced acidity and a crisp strawberry, cream and lychee palate. CELLAR: drink now. FOOD: Starters such as seafood, light meats, salads and Asian and (light) Indian curries.
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  15. The Twin Pickings range from Jacobs Creek sees the meeting of two like-minded grape varieties in a light-bodied, low alcohol (8.4%), slightly sweet style. This one shows scents of passionfruit, grassiness and lemons on the nose, which translates to the flavours on the palate. It's wrapped up in soft, friendly acidity, hits of sweetness, and gentle, delicate finish. Enjoy with fruity desserts.
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  16. Moscato is all the rage in Aussieland at the moment, and why not! They are dead easy to drink, and lower in alcohol with a fun spritz. This offering from Jacobs Creek is all of that and more. Aromas of musk florals, stone fruits and citrus decorate the nose, whilst the palate is light and a touch sweet, with citrus and peachy flavours, and a refreshing, soft finish. It's only 7.2% alcohol, too.
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  17. St Hugo has been an icon of Aussie wine for decades, and this 60% shiraz, 40% cab sav blend is a little beauty! There a heap of dark berries and plums in the glass, along with hints of herbs and baked spices. The palate is full-bodied but graceful, with a blackberry centre, licks of toastiness, a fine and solid line of tannins, and a long, juicy finish. This will kick on for a decade at least!
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  18. This multi-regional blend chardy is Jacobs Creek's nod to cooler-climate regions and sites. It's a more oaky style, and shows appealing peaches, dairy, nuttiness and subtle citrus on the nose, whilst the palate is bright, toasty and rounded, with peaches and cream flavours, generous licks of oak, and a soft, creamy finish. Roast chicken here we come!
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  19. Here we have another fruity and highly slurpable value red from Jacobs Creek hailing from South Eastern Australia. There's plenty of fleshy dark berries and plums on the nose, with whiffs of mocha and soft spice along for the ride. The palate is medium-bodied and juicy, with lush fruit flavours, soft tannins, and a succulent, lip-licking finish. It's not rocket science - it's just a bloody good drink!
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  20. Soft yet flavoursome, with revealing passionfruit and citrus fruit characters. Attractive tropical passionfruit and guava, with hints of grapefruit. Enjoy on its own or with sushi and fresh green salads. Alcohol: 11.7%
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