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This wine forms part of Clarendon Hills’ ‘1er Cru’ classification. The most densely structured of the Grenache’s thus far. Recessed and slow to emerge from its shell – The ...
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Tall, dark and handsome, our Clarendon Hills Moritz Syrah presents itself in a seductive and brooding bouquet with notes of earth, spice and blueberry that intertwine with roasted meats and cocoa. The palate ...
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93 points Wine Spectator - Focused, vibrant and juicy, with green olive-scented black cherry and blackberry flavors, finishing with a decidedly savory cast. The tannins are well-integrated and the fruit ...
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Dense, purpled Ruby- within body.Softly perfumed floral notes head the background of complex red, blue and black fruits and a creamy blueberry muffin character persists throughout the spectrum. A plush ...
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Blackened crimson. Ginger and white pepper spice the edges of black fruits, liquorice and Kalamata skins, smokey bacon and bitter chocolate. Virgin tight tannins, liqueur-like richness within the flavor ...
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The Hickinbotham Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon has a very deep garnet-purple color and intense notes of black currant juice, Provence herbs, kirsch, chocolate, espresso, pencil shavings and iron ore. Full-bodied, ...
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Clarendon, McLaren Vale, Australia- Potent and powerful, offering notes of currant mixed with smoky cedar, spice and earthy tones. Beautifully rich and complex, this big, bold Cab can be approached now ...
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Deep crimson. Spicey mulberry, blackberries, bitumen and cigar. Coco and herb edged fruit sits in the glass and opens with air. Opening with dark chocolate and cherry nuance, the peaty background comes ...
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Cabernet Sauvignon has been called the King of Wines because of its quality and the fact that it is grown in virtually all the major wine growing areas of the world. Its origins date back to 17th century ...
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A blend that is brooding with richness. Like the wine rations served on convict ships, every sip deserves to be savored. Remember this is a voice from the tomb. For is this not a living tomb?— James ...
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Deep ruby in colour with a purple hue; aromas of black cherry, cassis and pepper; flavours replay on the aromas with an emphasis on black pepper and smoke that linger on the finish; medium acidity and medium-high ...
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94 Point James Suckling - All French oak (51% new, the balance 1yo) and plenty of perfume on offer here, raspberry, blackberry and red plum, really fragrant fruit that is accented by additional oak fragrance. ...
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92 Point James Suckling - A newer wine that is composed of 57% Cabernet Sauvignon and 43% Shiraz, sourced from the Barossa Valley, Wrattonbully, McLaren Vale, Padthaway and Langhorne Creek. The nose is ...
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95 Point Australian Wine Companion - A 51/49% blend from the Barossa Valley, McLaren Vale, Padthaway, Wrattonbully and Coonawarra that spent 12 months in American hogsheads (88% new and 1yo, 12% 2yo). ...
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“Traditional Barossa varietals bask in the halo of the terrific 2012 vintage.” “The 21st release of this Penfolds Barossa Valley blend – unshakably true to its region/varietal-mix/style.”
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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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