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Australian Mixed Red Wine Case

This mixed case of six includes reds from all around Australia.

Producer: Colour: Mixed Case

£90.44 £84.00 per case

Pimpala Road Shiraz

Pimpala Road Shiraz by Geoff Merrill

Pimpala Road Shiraz

A strong, spicy Shiraz from South Australia which is well balanced with complex rich, expressive leathery palate and a hint of smoky American oak. Soft tannins and intense red berry fruit continue on the long finish with intense flavours of dark chocolate and spice. A great pairing for red meat dishes.

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 James Halliday Wine Companion 2019
5 RED STARs 6 straight years – Outstanding winery regularly producing wines of exemplary quality and typicity.

Best with barbecued meats, spicy sausages, pasta with ragu sauce, Thai red curries, pumpkin and roasted vegetables.
Mount Hurtle Winery is an oasis among suburbia, nestled amid 4 acres of vineyards and landscaped gardens. With an almost Tuscan charm, the original winery and 1500m2 barrel maturation cellar (completed in 1998) is now perfectly equipped to cope with the rigors of modern winemaking. A large family of geese and ducks also inhabit the winery grounds, especially the dam near the front entrance of the estate.

The history of Mount Hurtle Winery stretches back more than 100 years to 1897 when a young Welshman, Mostyn Owen, bought 200 acres of prime Reynella hillside. Here he planted out 150 acres of vines and built a winery, where he ran the property and produced wine until he passed away in the 1940s.

The winery itself was considered very innovative for its time due to its use of gravity to feed wine throughout the cellars, and is Heritage listed because of this.

Today Mount Hurtle Winery is an oasis among suburbia, nestled amid 4 acres of vineyards and landscaped gardens. With an almost Tuscan charm, the original winery and 1500m2 barrel maturation cellar (completed in 1998) is now perfectly equipped to cope with the rigors of modern winemaking. A large family of geese and ducks also inhabit the winery grounds, especially the dam near the front entrance of the estate.

Pimpala Road Shiraz by Geoff Merrill

6 in stock

Are You Game Shiraz

Are You Game Shiraz

Are You Game Shiraz is youthful red in colour with some bright purple hues, this shiraz has aromas of plum, black and green pepper and subtle oak. The palate is elegantly structured and well-balanced, with notes of ripe plum, chocolate and spice – and a great length of flavour.

The Fowles Wine vineyards and winery are located in the dramatic granite landscape of Strathbogie Ranges region of Victoria, Australia.
Fowles Wine crafts some of Australia’s finest cool climate wines, winning many of Australia’s most prestigious wine medals and trophies. The Fowles Wine team is energetic and enterprising, continuing to break new ground by proudly taking the Strathbogie Ranges ‘message in a bottle’ to the world with some of Australia’s most exciting wines.

The fruit for this wine was harvested during the day. Fermented at around 26 ̊ C in high-tech stainless steel sweep-arm fermenters to maximise colour and preserve primary fruit flavours. We chose to use a combination of three different yeasts to ferment this wine because each one contributes its own unique attributes that build layers of complexity and interest in this wine.
This wine was matured for 12 months using new French and American oak.The progeny of a perfectly mild and dry spring, this shiraz was blended with a dash of viognier (4%) from the central Victoria region, Dookie, to give it a subtle apricot perfume lift.

Are You Game Shiraz goes perfectly with roast pork and crackling with all the trimmings and with with all manner of meaty morsels.

We love to source our food from the wild or grow it at home. Nothing beats the taste of food and wine as nature intended it – real:
pure, slow grown and full of flavour. So like us, why not keep it real and go wild with food and wine matching…

Enjoy now or cellar for up to five years.

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18 in stock

Willunga 100 Grenache Rose

Willunga 100 Grenache

Willunga 100 Grenache from Mclaren Vale – This lively wine displays intense aromatics of cherry, raspberry, spice and hints of dried herbs. The palate demonstrates all the characters expected from a medium bodied Grenache: sandy, gritty tannin structure; lovely dryness on the finish; coupled with balanced sweet plum and strawberry fruit, a fantastic food wine!

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1 in stock

Rolf Binder Cabernet Sauvignon

Rolf Binder Cabernet Sauvignon

Rolf Binder Cabernet Sauvignon

Fruit is sourced from a single estate vineyard in an area known for adding depth and weight to a wine.
A rich deep purple colour. Enticing aromas of sweet blackcurrants, blackberry, and a hint of chocolate. As the wine opens, aromas of black berry fruits and cassis, with a background hint of sweet oak, fill the nose. The palate is ripe and concentrated with a wall of very fine, drying tannins. The hallmark varietal black berry fruits fill the mouth evenly, with hints of subtle herb notes of clove and tomato leaf, adding interest and complexity. Shows long persistence of flavour.

Vintage conditions
The 2017 vintage wrapped-up four to six weeks later than the ‘new normal’ of the past decade, the growing season started after a long wet winter and one of the wettest Septembers on record.
Vinification details
Grapes were harvested late March and then fermented in open fermenters. elected Bordeaux-style yeasts were then added. The juice was pumped over twice daily, resulting in maximum flavour, colour and tannin extraction with both the warm ferment and pumping over stabilising tannin structure. The wine was aged for 18 months in 15% new French oak, with the remainder a combination of shaven and three year old French and American oak.

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Christa and Rolf form the heart of Rolf Binder wines, continuing a family wine-making tradition that spans nearly 60 years. Their parents arrived in Australia in 1950 – just two amongst the many post-war immigrants from Europe – and met a grape grower in the Barossa while working to help pay for their assisted passage. From such unlikely beginnings, a passion for the Barossa was born, a winery was purchased and a new life began. They soon came to appreciate the riches of the Barossa, the old vine Shiraz, Mataro and Grenache, and were at the forefront of many old vine varietal blends. Now Christa and Rolf are taking the winery into the 21st century, with Rolf forging a world-wide reputation for his red wines while Christa takes the plaudits for her white wines.

Rolf Binder Cabernet Sauvignon

8 in stock

Heartland Wine Stickleback Red

Heartland Wine Stickleback Red

Heartland Wine Stickleback Red

A new vintage means a new blend for Stickleback Red. The Stickleback blend is chosen for optimum flavour and texture, with each variety bringing a unique character to the wine. Our aim as always is to satisfy that expectation of consistent quality for our friends.

“The Only Thing That Is Constant Is Change” – Heraclitus of Ephesus

Winemaker: Ben Glaetzer Region: Langhorne Creek Soil: Sandy loam Varieties: Cabernet Sauvignon 74% Shiraz 24% Lagrein 2% Tasting notes: Cabernet Sauvignon & Shiraz give this wine a rich, savoury character and good structure. A splash of Lagrein contributes spice & tannin. The tightness and structure of the Lagrein, pulls the wine together and makes this blend a perfect match with food. Vinification: Each individual variety was fermented on skins for 5 days before pressing. Maturation in 2 and 3-year-old oak barrels. All ferments were kept cool to enhance the aromatics and to keep the tannins soft.

2015 Vintage: Good winter rainfall offered cover crops for a moistureretaining mulch throughout the dry spring and summer. The lack of rainfall over the growing period led to lower yields. Summer saw mostly cool temperatures and an early vintage with most fruit off by early April. The Langhorne Creek wine region benefits from cooling afternoon breezes from Lake Alexandrina and this season was no exception. The welcome breezes helped keep overnight temperatures down, enabling fruit to maintain natural acidity.

Alc/Vol: 14.5% Maturation vessel: 100% oak Oak type: French & American Age of barrels: 2-3 years Time in barrel: 12 months Age of vines: 15-20 years
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Today Heartland sources all of its fruit exclusively from Langhorne Creek and makes only red wines.
Heartland is about consistently achieving the best flavour possible in the vineyard, and converting this natural flavour into outstanding wines. Access to great fruit is the most vital element in making great wine. Langhorne Creek has given us this element.
This cool climate region with its old vines has been a source for many of Australia’s most iconic red wines.
Sadly, this contribution is rarely noted on the back label. Now, along with an exciting new group of producers in the region, we are fighting to take Langhorne Creek’s rightful place in the hearts, minds and palates of wine lovers around the world.
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Heartland Wine Stickleback Red – great blend from Langhorne Creek

21 in stock

Heirloom Vineyards Pinot Noir

Heirloom Vineyards Pinot Noir

Heirloom Vineyards Pinot Noir was produced from our best Adelaide Hills Vineyard whose clones and viticulture embody the very best in cutting edge but old school viticulture and winemaking. Hand tended vines, sorted bunch-by-bunch, naturally open fermented, basket-pressed and stored in well seasoned first-use French oak barriques from bespoke coopers.

The colour is of course, no indication of condition, being a Pinot Noir, but vibrant translucent ruby red with bright see through tinges. A striking and intriguing colour.

The aroma is suggestive of ripening cherries, and like a perfume made from ripening summer pudding fruits; raspberries, boysenberries, red-currants and even a hint of mint and mossy forest floor but overall this wine redolent with ripening plums and black cherry smells and the merest hint of enticing cedar and spice. An extraordinary range of aromatics like waves crashing on a beach.

The palate is initially intense sweet fruit of cherries and ripe raspberries, plums and then some black cherries.This is balanced by a tangy acidity, like a summer pudding with some fresh cream and spice from the French Oak and an almost chalk-like tannin structure. A real nod to Burgundy.

An extraordinary Pinot Noir from the Adelaide Hills, from Heirloom clones of course, of whole bunches (stems and all) open fermented basket pressed, unfiltered, unfined and hand-bottled from a single site of free draining quartz laden north-facing vines that cannot be poached by describing their location on this note. We think this wine will cellar well but is so delicious now any argument for delayed gratification is almost academic. Heirloom Vineyards Pinot Noir great wine from Adelaide Hills.

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