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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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Deep garnet red colour; minty aroma with oaky notes; full- bodied with cassis, cherry & vanilla oak flavours. Alcohol/Vol:13.5%
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The nose shows lifted, fresh, red berry fruit aromas, supported by spicy oak. The palate shows generous sweet flavors of raspberry, blackberry and chocolate, supported by creamy coconut oak and soft tannins. ...
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St Henri is a time-honoured and alternative expression of Shiraz, and an intriguing counterpoint to Grange. It is unusual among high quality Australian red wines as it does not rely on any new oak. It was ...
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Moscato is full of natural sweetness. It displays bright fruit flavours of freshly crushed grapes, peach and passionfruit with a hint of sherbet. This wine has a light fizz that tingles in your mouth and ...
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Pale straw green color. Bright, clean, citrusy aromas and flavors of nectarine, apple, and bubblegum dust with a soft, crisp, dryish medium body and a tingling, interesting, relaxed citrus rind, leaves, ...
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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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This has subtle notes of spiced apple slices and ripe peaches with hints of papaya and melon. Light bodied, clean and refreshingly crisp in the mouth, it offers just enough apple and pear flavor concentration ...
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Rawson’s Retreat Merlot has delicious red and black berry fruit characteristics with lifted herbal and floral notes, all supported by subtle cedary oak. This delightful wine is best matched to pasta ...
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Bin 389 is often referred to as ‘Poor Man’s Grange’ or ‘Baby Grange’, in part because components of the wine are matured in the same barrels that held the previous vintage ...
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Classic Cabernet aromas of blackcurrant, violets, cassis and leafy underbrush meshed with cedary oak notes.Clearly Cabernet from entry to finish although this appears to have more mid palate density than ...
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Don’t let this masterful blend escape you. Each powerful note brings you one step closer to a night filled with mischief and fun. Nineteen crimes turned criminals into colonists. Upon conviction British ...
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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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Bright garnet NOSE Savoury spices (paprika, curry leaf) with beetroot, blackcurrant conserve and cassis varietal markers regally ascend. Less noble yet endearing wafts of Mediterranean meat(s)-on-a-spit, ...
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Cassis fruit flavors and leafy accents, supported by subtle cedar and spice notes. With over 150 years of making wine in the Barossa Valley, Jacob’s Creek’s winemaking philosophy is to make high quality ...
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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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