- 1.5L of premium Red, that’s already been cellared and is absolutely superb. It’s a perfect match for the table on Christmas Day. Winemaker Leighton Joy used organically grown fruit (not yet officially certified), sourced from his Pyren vineyard in Victoria’s Pyrenees. The grapes are of pristine quality; “of the highest calibre”, Leighton affirms.
- It has lovely red and blackberry fruit aromas, a nudge of spice that gives it just the right amount of warmth and a welcome hint of oak. There’s just the loveliest touch of vanilla too, making this a highly approachable, balanced and enjoyable drop. It’s never been on the shelves before, and Leighton says you’ll enjoy his “plush, soft, welcoming” Shiraz.
- There are delightful black pepper notes, typical of the best Victorian Shiraz, which add lovely spice and complexity. Leighton’s Shiraz is warm on your palate, with soft, building tannins. You’ll appreciate the extra this exclusive Magnum size offers - it’s a real crowd pleaser, so there should just about be enough for everyone to enjoy! Leighton advises this “serious” wine has potential to age to 2030.
- It’s the rarity of cool climate Malbec in WA that makes this wine so unique. Mike was lucky to get his hands on such prized fruit!
- Grown on the deep gravel soils at Frankland River, it’s been respectfully crafted by an award-winnig winemaker and allowed to mature for a full 11 months in new French oak.
- Crack open the bottle to let loose an intense earthy red, brimming with ripe mulberry and blueberry fruit and plush, mouth filling tannins that give each sensuous sip a real presence.
- This treat from Kym showcases incredible dedication to an Angel-worthy, small batch stunner! Red wine lovers will delight in juicy Margaret River red berry layers, balanced with the dark, structured earthiness of the Tempranillo portion. All this is topped off with plum, mulberry and mild spice notes thanks to a stunning dose of aromatic Shiraz.
- The wine expresses it's unique make-up beautifully; the perfect blend of Tempranillo and Shiraz. Some whole bunches were left in the ferment to add lip-smacking texture, while resting for 16 months in oak ensured a nice line on the palate. Everything adds up to a crowd pleasing drop you'll keep coming back to!
- Part of this beautiful juice came from a Frankland vineyard within the immense Great Southern region, where the fruit was grown on meticulously managed, old style bush vines that involve hours of backbreaking labour... especially because the grapes were hand-picked!
- Langhorne Creek is one of Australia’s oldest wine regions and is the traditional home of the Ngarrindjeri of the lower Murray River, western Fleurieu Peninsula, and the Coorong. It is an historic South Australian wine region, dating back to the 1850s and winemaker Geoff Thompson has sourced fruit for his magnificent Malbec from this exact spot. High quality, low yielding vines have delivered grapes that are outstanding quality - and a wine that’s hard to beat.
- You need to carefully tend to the vines to produce a Malbec of this quality - with dark, inky colour, robust tannins and a great intensity of flavour. Geoff has perfectly balanced the wine between a welcome intensity and elegant drinkability. “The fruit is amazing, we just assisted the potential of the grapes to shine,” he claims.
- There are bright, delectable fruit aromas consisting of blackberry, plum, black cherry and hints of violet. In your mouth, it tastes velvety and smooth, bursting with blackberry and plum flavours. We warn you though, it’s incredibly moreish! Not too heavy, not too light, this small batch wine ticks all the boxes. (And be warned, there are only 6000 bottles available!)
- This beautiful wine is crated from selected fruit from some of South Australia’s premium wine growing regions. Each area is renowned for big flavour and intensity.
- The nose packs a savoury spicy punch, drawing you into the heavenly red world Adam has crafted. Each drop offers earthy and complex elements that will have you licking your lips. Not to mention it’s an incredibly versatile wine with food and a household staple with many.
- Best to drop a few of these in your basket quickly before it's snapped up off the virtual shelves once again!
- Sourced from the family vineyard in Wrattonbully, SA which is known for its Terra Rossa soils and world heritage listed caves, including some beneath this very vineyard!
- This Merlot is made to be an easy drinking, approachable wine; smooth and well rounded. It has rich, ripe plum and cherry flavours combined with subtle oak and velvety smooth tannins.
- Wrattonbully is a relatively young winemaking region but is fast becoming known for premium red wines. The last two vintages of this ball of fun Merlot rated through the roof with thousands of Angels, scoring a 95% buy-again rating. History is bound to repeat itself so don't miss out on this Top Shelf stunner
- Adam’s brand new wine started life in the Atlas vineyard at Leasingham in the Clare Valley. After fermentation, it was pressed into a mix of stainless steel tanks and seasoned French oak barrels for a 9-month snooze prior to blending and bottling. Only a limited number of bottles are available.
- Crack the top and release the smell forest fruits and ripe plums, with hints of leather, tomato leaf and earthy spice. You should be able to pick out blueberries, bay leaf and cedar on the tongue with fine chocolatey tannins and a soft acid finish.
- This lovely red is so versatile - drink it on its own or with food - your choice. Being medium bodied and savoury, it’ll go nicely with almost anything. And Adam made just for you, so you can’t find it anywhere else!
Pristine fruit from the estate, new and traditional winemaking techniques and a long sleep in the cellar have resulted in a distinguished 5-year-old Cab Sav with 2 medals to its name.
Pour yourself a glass of this classic cassis and blackberry drop, with its rosemary twist. The sweet cherry, blackcurrant, blackberries, chocolate and mixed spice in every sip provide a rich, long lasting finish.
This is a rare affordable chance to get an aged red from a single vineyard estate in a region renowned for producing award winning wines since the 1860’s. Perfect for drinking now - why would you wait?!
Here’s a real treasure - a wine that’s hard to find in the Waipara Valley, NZ. Made in a style that genuinely reflects the Pinot Noir grape (not just a red wine), Dayne and Marc have used a clever combination of winemaking techniques to bring this drop to life.
Open this bottle to enjoy a Pinot Noir packed with ripe raspberry, black plum and blackberry flavours. It's bright and juicy with a deliciously smooth finish.
This wine is a dedication to the hard yards done in the windswept vineyard to develop this notoriously difficult grape to perfection. When the extra work is done right, the finished wine is an absolute gem. You must try it!
- Wine legends Caroline Dunn and Nigel Dolan have taken a deliberately uncomplicated approach to this quality wine. The fruit truly sings, and their gentle handling has delivered a wonderfully flavourful wine, with soft, balanced tannins. It has been made with grapes plucked from Langhorne Creek, a place legendary for its deep, alluvial soils.
- The fruit in this Shiza has a soft plushness and depth, with bright berry flavours that leave a lovely silky feel in your mouth. It’s rich, and packed with aromas of blackcurrant, blackberry and mulberry. Gentle hints of oak and warm spice and green peppercorn make this a really interesting wine, and its balanced acidity and lingering flavours ensure you’ll be ready to pour a second glass very happily.
- “It’s the ideal wine for relaxed dinners, Friday night drinks and weekend barbeques,” the skilful team suggests - and we completely concur. It’s well-structured and easy to enjoy, showcasing everything there is to love about a classy Shiraz with plenty of depth.