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Deep amber – mahogany in colour with the green gold tinges indicative of great age.The nose is extremely complex and fragrant, possessing an array of nutty, vanillin, aged characters melding seamlessly ...
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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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First vintaged in 1997 after several years of ’Red Winemaking Trials’, RWT is a relative new-comer, but adds great diversity to the Penfolds stable of iconic red wines. Sourced from vineyards on the western ...
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Deep red, dense core ,A liberating carnivorous aromatic unfolding in 2013: cold meats, corned beef, marrow, lamb-bone. Demarcated contributions from Grenache (wild raspberry pastille), Mataro (glazed cherry) ...
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From the most iconic of all Australian producers, Penfolds Club Port is Australia’s most loved Tawney noted for its mellowness and consistency of quality. Its a great blend of young barrel matured tawney ...
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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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Created in the 1990s as part of the evolving Penfolds white wine development program, Bin 51 Eden Valley Riesling captures the attributes of Eden Valley. The region’s high altitude and cool climate ...
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Created in the 1990s as part of the evolving Penfolds white wine development program, Bin 51 Eden Valley Riesling captures the attributes of Eden Valley. The region’s high altitude and cool climate ...
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In 1973, Penfolds crafted an experimental Bin 170 sourced entirely from the nineteenth-century Kalimna Vineyard in the Barossa Valley. 100% Shiraz, all of the grapes were picked from Block 3C – a ...
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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.