This is a very special, one-of-a-kind blend, sourced from organic Orange vineyards high above sea level.
The Shiraz and Marsanne grapes were fermented together at cool temperatures to unite and deepen their characters. The young wine matured quietly in new and old oak for 11 months to develop extra texture and silkiness.
Open a bottle to reveal its heady white peach, violet, spicy plum and raspberry notes. Each mouthful is filled with silky, spicy, savoury tannins! The Marsanne really lifts the Shiraz’s game with its aromatic peach and floral notes.
- A portion of this delicious Grenache hails from ancient dry grown bush vines on Geoff’s home vineyard in McLaren Flat - they’re over 90 years old! The rest comes from 26-year-old vines from Sellicks Hill at the southern end of McLaren Vale, overlooking the sea.
- Made in small batches, open fermented and pressed into oak barrels to mature, this is elegance and intensity in a glass. Packed to the rafters with raspberry and plum flavours, there's a spicy note that kicks in as it weaves its velvety way along your tongue.
- Made by a former Senior Winemaker for the Tahbilk Group in Victoria, you know this juicy little red going to be good!
- This pretty aromatic red is a top notch single vineyard gem, cleverly created from pristine fruit by one of your favourite winemaking pairs - Kate and Nina!
- Unlike pricey bottle shop Pinot’s from the better known regions of Yarra Valley and Mornington Peninsula, this one from the high altitude, low yielding vineyards of the Strathbogie Ranges brings you equally amazing quality for less!
- Get ready for an elegant wine with a delicate floral, cherry and spice scent. Medium bodied with the usual savoury Pinot Noir tannins and ripe cherry berry vibe, it’ll evolve graciously in the years to come - if you can bear the wait...
- Sourced from a vineyard at the foot of the Barossa’s eastern slopes, this wine is a one-off, created during exceptional conditions of the 2021 vintage and may never be produced again.
- Cabernet Sauvignon and Malbec grapes were fermented together and matured in seasoned, spicy French oak for 17 months. Caroline’s uncomplicated winemaking approach has allowed the characters of both varieties to shine.
- This is a rich, complex wine with flavours of blackcurrant and pomegranate, violets and wild herbs. Smooth and textural, with fine tannins and a lingering dark fruit finish.
All organic production has transformed hand-picked grapes from A-grade NZ vineyards into Naked’s first Central Otago Pinot Noir. A true ‘winemakers fantasy’ wine!
This Pinot’s been treated to wild yeast fermentation with 20% whole bunches in the mix for extra depth and length. After a gentle press, it’s taken a nap in French oak for 11 months to mature and reach peak balance.
This is a classic Pinot Noir - packing a ripe, spicy, dark cherry scent and lush fresh berry flavours. It’s drinking beautifully now in its youth, but if you can be patient, it will smooth out and its berryness will darken over the next few years.
- Created from grapes from dedicated family growers right across the Valley, this juicy red is a unique Barossa symphony and one of the regions’s most charismatic blends.
- Caroline brings together three legendary Barossa varieties to create a wine bursting with charm and grace. Grenache for its luscious, silky fruit, Shiraz for its richness and depth, and Mataro for spice and structure. The result is a sleek, juicy wine with summer berry flavours, a hint of spice and smooth tannins.
- Lively and plush, this traditional Barossa blend is given a graceful, modern twist. Perfect to enjoy on its own or with a wide range of foods. It won’t be around for long!
- Kevin’s ‘winemaker fantasy’ wine was voted for by the Angels. It’s a superb example of a single block Pinot Noir from a site he planted in 1997. The vineyard is managed organically and the grapes destemmed by a machine bought with the help of the Angels!
- With only 2,100 bottles produced - each one numbered - this elegant red is a rare and beautiful thing. Painstaking attention to detail has been taken from the vineyard to the bottle, including a year in high quality French oak and no fining or filtration to preserve the character of the wine.
- Pure hedonism, bottled! Red berry, spice and violets with a background of subtle oak tell you this is a heady, fragrant Pinot Noir from a great vintage. Will happily stand up to others costing $50-$100. Drink from a burgundy glass for the ultimate experience.
This wine delivers an amazing aroma and is packed with flavours of wild berries and dried herbs. It has silky tannins, and a gentle touch of oak. Italian Reds can be quite tannic and dry, but this is very approachable and lovely and juicy with a rich, deep colour.
Sourced from a number of regional vineyards in the Abruzzo region of Italy, the fruit was carefully selected to ensure ripeness and flavour was wonderfully reflected in the finished wine. There was a carefully limited level of grapes harvested, under the traditional Denominazione Di Origine Controllata regulations, ensuring optimal quality.
This is a great “food” wine, rustic, bold with some real oompf to it. (And at $18.99 a bottle, it’s a bold wine with a beautiful price.)
- Inspired by Sally’s love of Rioja, but championing a different style, this Spanish red started life in the vineyards of in Spain.
- Made with Las Chicas typical Aussie influence, it’s fruit forward and soft. Get the glasses ready for a lively, fresh and fruity wine with delicate oak and a well-rounded palate.
- This wine is ready for immediate drinking with a level of softness that provides a pleasant end to the day or perfect partner to anything a bit spicey.
Andrew and Jenny Sinclair’s Tassie Pinot Noir is grown on the rich soils of an ancient volcanic range with the vineyard tempered by powerful sea breezes. A long, cool growing season allowed the rich flavours in this fruity red to develop brilliantly!
Discover spicy fruit characters that are unique to the vineyard, complemented by hints of rosemary and musk from the time spent ageing in premium French oak.
Once the word gets out about this stunning Top Shelf Pinot Noir it’ll fly off the shelves!