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  1. Is there anything Nigel Dolan can't do. His Fleurieu Peninsula Tempranillo show fresh red berry fruit with a savoury palate of herbs and spices. This is a great South Australia expression of the classic Spanish varietal.
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  2. What happens when a label designer and marketer join forces? A wine obsession! Woods Crampton focus on crafting wines that allow the quality of the fruit to shine through and each one tells a story. This exotic red blend is surprisingly rich and full with vibrant naturally sweet flavours exploding in the mouth before being reigned in by whole bunch grip and fresh acidity. It's well worth a try if you're a red lover.
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  3. 10/10 Vintage 98 Points Ray Jordan 97 Points Bob Campbell MW Planted in 1969 Moss Wood is an important, founding estate of the Margaret River wine region, located in the northern sub–region of Wilyabrup, Western Australia. This final blend is 93% Cabernet Sauvignon 3% Petit Verdot 4% Cabernet Franc. “Continues the outstanding recent run of vintages for Moss Wood. This is, without doubt, one of the very best in this long and distinguished line. For a wine renowned for its elegance, this is one of the most elegant of them all. Yet the palate has great power and intensity. Bright and brilliant red hues. Beautiful sweet, leafy fruit and silky, fine powdery tannins, all with perfectly weighted oak. Classic red berry and cassis.” – 98 Points Ray Jordan “Seriously fine grained. It may seem like a funny thing to mention first-up, but it’s almost the chief characteristic both of this release, and so often of Moss Wood cabernet. Or at least historically so. Oak has also been a key player over the past decade and even at 15%, it’s still plain to see/taste here too. Amazingly enough. It helps make for a seductively textural wine, backed by blackcurrant, boysenberry, black olive and mint. Length is excellent. So too balance, especially in the context that this is still super-young. Suggestions of tobacco are nothing more than that. There is no question that this will age well.” – 95 Points Campbell Mattinson “Dense, rich and ripe cabernet sauvignon with classic blackberry, blackcurrent, cedar, tobacco and spicy oak flavours. Seamless red with a very lengthy finish. Although accessible now this wine clearly has great cellaring potential.” – 97 Points Bob Campbell MW
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  4. 2016,Hogs In The Woods,Fleurieu Peninsula,Sauvignon Blanc
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  5. Grape: Shiraz Region: Clare Valley ABV%: 14%Now in it's 25th year the McRae Wood is one of the finest wine within the Jim Barry range of reds.A big, bold luscious wine that could make a perfect gift as will cellar well for years to come.
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  6. Sizes: 750ML Moss Wood Ribbon Vale Sauvigno.
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  7. This Deep Wood wine displays ripe berries and cassis aromas with distinctive cedary oak and crush mint leave. On the palate, this Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot blend, unfolds in the complex layers of red fruit with black olive nuances further enhanced by subtle savoury oak. The fine tannins gives it a great lengthy finish. A wine, which will be enjoyable now over dinner with family and friends. Or provided with an ideal cellaring condition, this Deep Wood Cabernet blend will blossom further up to five to seven years.
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  8. A great example of Margaret River's most popular white blend from one of it's top wineries.This wine has ripe tropical Sauvignon Blanc overtones with grassy herbal Semillon character adding depth.
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  9. Here's a special Clare Valley Shiraz for you to try. Jim Barry McRae Wood has intensely concentrated flavours. A full bodied Shiraz of the highest calibre.
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  10. MOSS WOOD Moss Wood Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon, Margaret River
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  11. A unique expression of the Margaret River, Deep Woods Hillside Cabernet Merlot exhibits aromas of cassis and dried herbs. The palate is a rich mixture of red and black berries and is medium bodied with elegant silky tannins. Great length with a touch of sweet spice and dark chocolate notes.
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  12. This wine has a dark, inky red hue. It shows notes of blood plum, cherry and dark berried fruits. Black olive, spice and charry oak also play a supporting role. The palate is restrained in its youth, whilst having the concentration and depth the McRae Wood is famous for. Maraschino cherry and blackberry fruit complement the tar and aniseed savouriness. While showing fantastic drive and power, the soft integrated tannins add a lengthy finish. Made using the Jim Barry method and as such can be enjoyed upon release, but would equally benefit from cellaring to allow the wine to show some mature characteristics that come with age.
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  13. The Jim Barry McCrae Wood is a fine example of the bold Clare Valley Shiraz style. Intense and concentrated, it is well worth putting away for five years at least!
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  14. The Moss Wood Amy's offers undeniable Moss Wood quality at an easily affordable price. Beautifully soft yet full-bodied it shows pristine varietal character impeccable balance and is simply a pleasure to drink - whether it be upon its release when it shows optimum primary fruit and robust texture or after a few years in the cellar when the classic secondary characters begin to wonderfully take control.
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  15. Elegant and Burgundian in style, organically and dry-farmed, Evesham Wood''s wines are simply gorgeous examples of Oregon Pinot. Very forward with plum, dark cherry, red cherry with a slightly sweet smokiness reminiscent of a toasted marshmallow.
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  16. Deep Woods Hillside Chardonnay exhibits lifted nectarine and white blossom characters. A suggestion of cedar like oak frames the generous stone fruit characters and complex chipped shell minerality. The palate is clean and lively with tremendous depth of ripe stone-fruit flavour nuanced by cashew notes. Bright citrusy acidity ensures and long and seamless finish providing enhanced structure and length.
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  17. The Deep Woods Estate Hillside Semillon Sauvignon Blanc is a wine that can be enjoyed on release but will find further complexity over the next two to three years. The palate is clean and lively with tremendous depth of ripe stone-fruit and the aroma of nectarine, ripe citrus and white blossom.
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  18. Fresh tropical and passionfruit aromas and flavours are well supported by a dry crisp, acid backbone.
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  19. Deep Woods Estate Harmony Rosé continues a run of excellent vintages, combining freshness and lightness that is satisfying and simply mouth-watering. Pale pink colour with salmon hues, a wild strawberry nose with a hint of lifted violet notes. Palate is dry, with well-balanced acidity displaying raspberry and strawberry fruit flavours and a beautifully persistent finish.
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  20. Moss Wood is one of the oldest Margaret River wineries and has an enviable reputation for high quality, stylish wines that are true to place. Arguably one of the country's top ten Chardonnays, this is a wine that demonstrates finesse and elegance in equal proportions to intensity and power. Fantastically bold yet classicly proportioned, this is a wine to be savoured with fine fare and great friends.
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