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This red wine is an ideal accompaniment to slow-cooked red meat stews or hard cheeses. The 2013 vintage won a Silver Medal at the International Wine Challenge 2015. The IWC is accepted as the world’s finest ...
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Juicy peach and pineapple with hints of honey on the nose.
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Tasting: Vibrant layered fruit flavours with soft tannins and a long, velvety finish.SMELLSpicy red fruit and cherry bouquet, supported by hints of cedary oak.
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Deep ruby with purple highlights; raspberry, blueberry, vanilla and spicy oak aromas; dry, medium to full body; ripe fruit flavours and toasty oak finish
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Sense of restraint and flawless balance is the most immediate impression. Red and black berried flavors, juicy and ripe, lead into stringy, fragrant herbs and assorted spices. Keen style of wine. Lively. ...
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100% Shiraz sourced exclusively from the unirrigated 1973 planted 8 acre block of Shiraz at the western extremity of Yarra Yering. New world cool climate Shiraz starts here. Heady plum fruits and pretty ...
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Medium- to full-bodied with aromas and flavors of cherry, blackberry, plum and smoke. Integrated tannins and acids round out an enjoyable finish.
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Deep, dark red. Pure and unobstructed by new oak, the nose is lifted with dark fruit flavours of blackberry, mint chocolate and anise. Dustings of white pepper spice, vanilla, and black olive tapenade provide ...
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Medium to deep crimson in color with purple hues. A rich and perfumed aroma of Satsuma plum and raspberries mingles with white pepper, sweet spice, earthy tones and savory hints. Quite a mouthful of sweet ...
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The Redstone range is produced from Coriole’s own estate vineyards and other selected sites in the McLaren Vale Region. The name comes from the distinctively coloured ironstone so common in the vineyards ...
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A medium to full-bodied Cabernet Sauvignon. Classic dark berry and cassis characters with hints of chocolate and mint. Colour: Dark red in colour with purple hues Palate: The medium to full bodied palate ...
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Mollydooker is Australian for left hander. What Texans would call a southpaw. Both Sarah and Sparky are left handers and the winery is named after them. The Scooter is Sparky, who used to race 30 kilometres ...
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Vibrant purple with deep red hues, the Banrock Station Shiraz displays aromas of black currant and cherry fruit with a subtle background of spicy oak. Soft and supple, fresh vibrant fruit flavours of cherries ...
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Medium garnet-tawny with orange-red tints. Sweet scents with distinct tawny character. Sweet fruit flavors combined with developed porty characters. Hints of rancio. Well-integrated spirit. Clean fresh ...
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90 Point James Halliday, Australian Wine Companion : The first vintage in ’03 was a surprise, but not the wine, which is first and last Penfolds. The fact that we don’t know the percentage ...
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Although there are growing regions throughout the country, the most significant production is from the south where the cooler climate and coasts are ideal for vineyards. Indeed, the south is responsible for most of the country's production and premium wines.

None of the grapes grown in Australia are native to the country, but winemakers have managed to produce a wide range of varieties and styles from highly drinkable wines to valuable aged bottles. They are best known for Shiraz and contribute red and whites, including Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and more. Shop online for sales on Australian wine by the bottle or the case.

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