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Penfolds Grange, also labeled as Penfolds Grange Hermitage until the 1989 vintage, is one of Australia’s most valuable wines and its price can vary depending on the vintage (not the bottled date), the bin ...
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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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Rich plum and berry fruit flavours complemented by soft tannins and well-integrated oak. A great wine with a variety of red meat and tomato based pasta dishes.
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Upon smelling this wine, your senses are immediately drawn in by a bouquet of deep blueberry, rich plum and coffee. These prominent fruit flavours are closely followed by chocolate and lustrous licorice ...
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Penfolds Koonunga Hill Shiraz Cabernet Sauvignon has established itself as one of Australia’s favourite premium red wines. Since its first vintage in 1976, Koonunga Hill’s reputation has been built upon ...
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97 Point Wine Advocate - The 2009 Grange Shiraz is a comprised of 84% Barossa, 8% McLaren, and a little Clare Valley and a little Magill fruit with a small 2% of Cabernet Sauvignon in the blend. At this ...
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Ruby red core color with a crimson rim. The nose gives off inviting aromas of blackberry compote, dark chocolate and mocha. Mince tart complexity and sweet short crust pastry add spice/brioche notes to ...
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Spicy black and blue fruit aromas show good power and just a hint of black pepper. Supple and seamless in texture, offering layers of Bing cherry and cassis flavors and a touch of mocha. Exceptional balance ...
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90 Points - Wine Spectator Located at the heart of the Barossa Valley, the estate is a small, beautiful place tucked on the southern edge of the great Australian continent. The Barossa Valley Estate has ...
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Aromas of chocolate pudding, blackberries, and thyme follow through on a soft, silky entry to a fruity light-to-medium body with clay and seared pork fat notes. Finishes with a black olive and berry skin ...
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Dense red-purple. Perfumed concentration of blackberry, blueberry fruit and fragrant French oak. Rich and well structured. A layered complexity of dark fruit and smokey, savory French oak. Impressive texture ...
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Intense violet.Delicious dense, spicy blueberry fruit with hints of licorice, plum and allspice.These notes reappear on the palate with leather and savory notes. Silky with fine tannins and outstanding ...
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Fruit aromas are initially subdued, with cedar, peat, fennel and cured meats dominant. Gradually sweeter fruit characters develop, eventually taking pride of place. Black and purple fruits, licorice and ...
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While some Shiraz can be over the top, this wine offers some seriously easy drinking, even when the wine is young. Red fruits dominate the nose and mouth, but subtle spice and a hint of dusty tannins join ...
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Deep garnet.Blackberry, spice, plum and licorice give way to a subtle integration of smoky, vanillin oak.Dark cherry and bramble fruit with chocolate nuances and savory notes of leather and spice. Oak integrates ...
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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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