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A Victoria Mixed Case

A mixed case of six wines from Victoria.





Producer: Colour: Mixed CaseRegion: VictoriaSKU: VICCASE

£85.00 per case

Rutherglen Topaque (37.5cl)

Rutherglen Topaque (37.5cl)

Deep brilliant old gold in colour. Toffee and tealeaf characters predominate on the front of the palate with a cleansing hint of spirit and old oak on the finish.

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79 in stock

Yering Station Village Chardonnay

Yering Station Village Chardonnay

Yering Station Village Chardonnay

Tasting Notes – Yering Station Village Chardonnay

Pale straw with green hues
Halzenut, white peach and citrus freshness
An enticing combination of stone fruits layered with flint minerality. The creamy, vanillin oak at the center plays a supportive role, leading into a crisp and clean finish.


Yering Station has a rich history which began in 1838 when the Scottish Ryrie brothers established a property in the heart of the Yarra Valley naming it Yering, an Aboriginal name, and planted Victoria’s first vineyard. In the 1850’s Yering Station was acquired by Swiss-French migrant Paul de Castella. He greatly extended the vineyards, planting with cuttings imported from France, including some from Château Lafite. He is widely regarded as the father of the wine industry in the Yarra Valley. He built a house and a garden, planting 330 elm trees along the driveway, which still stand today and also built the winery, which is now the cellar door. Paul’s winemaking achievements were recognised in 1861, when Yering wines won the prized Argus Gold Cup and in 1889 when they won a Grand Prix at the Universal Exhibition in Paris – the sole award for a wine made in the southern hemisphere. This marked the beginning of global acclaim. Yering passed through other hands throughout the early 1900’s until it was purchased by the current owners: the Rathbone Family in 1996 (they also own Xanadu in Margaret River and Mount Langi Ghiran in the Grampians). The same year winemaker and CEO Darren Rathbone launched Yarrabank, a joint venture with Champagne Devaux to produce Traditional Method sparkling wine, which has gone on to be celebrated as a premium Australian sparkling wine. Chardonnay, Viognier, Pinot Noir, Shiraz, Grenache, Mourvedre and Cabernet Sauvignon are cultivated on 112 hectares in five sites across the Yarra Glen and Coldstream subregions of the cool climate Yarra Valley, each with its own subtle changes in soil, aspect and elevation. Yering have an intimate understanding of their vineyards. They have invested in precision viticulture technology, which allows them to map the finest parcels from their best blocks – and even their best rows. In this way they are able to discover micro-variations that reveal immaculate parcels of wine – which is what happened with their sensational flagship wine Scarlett, a seductive and complex Pinot Noir pioneered by the late viticulturist Nathan Scarlett. This wine has been awarded a 99-point score by James Halliday. In the cellar tradition and innovation are seamlessly blended to highlight the distinctive hallmarks of their cool climate fruit. Native yeasts are utilised for fermentation; they employ hand-plunging and the wines are matured in French oak. The wines are meticulously crafted. They vinify each parcel of vines separately, and evaluate them in an annual allocation tasting, where each parcel is randomised and served blind to determine their final home. This 5-Star rated winery is a benchmark for cool climate wines across Australia. They bring the vineyard to the bottle in beautifully poised and elegant wines, which fully express the characteristics of this historic region.

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Yering Station Village Chardonnay

9 in stock

Mount Langi Ghiran Billi Billi Pinot Grigio

Billi Billi Pinot Grigio

Medium bodied and packed with grapefruit and green apple flavours with underlying tropical characteristics such as mango, all wrapped up with a delicious, citrus peel and mineral, zesty crispness that keeps the finish dry and refreshing.

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10 in stock

Soldiers Block Malbec

Soldiers Block Malbec – classically textured, violet in hue with an exotically perfumed nose.

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52 in stock

Tar & Roses Shiraz

Tar & Roses Shiraz

Tar & Roses Shiraz


The grapes for this wine came from a combination of vineyards. They were all kept separate during their fermentation and maturation lives. The machine harvested volume was crushed and destemmed into static fermenters and pumped over twice a day. After approximately ten days of fermentation, during which time the temperature and acid levels were monitored, they were individually pressed to tank using an air bag press. Finally the wine was racked off gross lees and put into barrel to mature in a combination of new French and older barriques.

Plush sweet black mulberries contrast nicely with a touch of sour black cherry and a hint of vanilla. Earth, blood plums, red licourice and spice complete the complex bouquet

As with previous vintages, the grapes come from two main vineyards, one off the deep red Cambrian soil, the other from tougher more gravelly ground. The first gives us rich, chocolatey and earthy flavours whilst the other has more highly fragrant notes with good acid and sweet fruit. The wine that results is our take on Heathcote shiraz.

Tar & Roses Shiraz

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It’s the little things that make the difference… the care and continued maintenance of the wines during maturation, the constant monitoring of temperature and acid levels during ferment plus the use of quality fruit at the outset combine to ensure a quality wine result. We want to produce wines that have individual flair and are distinctly varietal and reflective of their terroir as grown here in Australia.

Inspired by Mediterranean grape varietals, the range stretches from the delicious viscous Pinot Grigio to the complex tannic Nebbiolo.

11 in stock

Are You Game Pinot Noir

Are You Game Pinot Noir from Fowles Wine is a great example of a wine made to complement good food.

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.

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…

With a dash of Sangiovese this Pinor Noir blushes bright ruby red. Aromas of cherry and red plum play with earthy characters and notes of oak. The palate is fresh with rich red fruits. We blended a very small component of Sangiovese (3%) from our Upton Run Vineyard into the wine. The Sangiovese contributes more intense red fruit aromas and a lovely texture which increases its ability to match beautifully with game food.

Eat Are You Game Pinot Noir with wild rabbit and mushroom ragout on toasted brioche.

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