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A sensational 24-bottle collection. Whites include the 93pt Tahbilk Marsanne loaded with <i> “Meyer lemon flavours, honeysuckle aromas and bright acidity all in balance,” </i> the lovely old-vine 92pt Mountadam Vineyards Eden Valley Riesling where <i> “citrus/mineral fruit works its birthright magic,” </i> the 90pt Tomich Estate Woodside Vineyard Chardonnay with <i> “white peach and lemon curd flavours sizzling” </i> – and more. In reds, indulge in the <i> “mouthfilling satsuma plum and blackberry compote” </i> of the 91pt Thorn-Clarke Sandpiper Barossa Shiraz, a <i> “perfectly medium-bodied” </i> 94pt Dowie Doole McLaren Vale Cabernet Sauvignon, and the excellent 93pt Leogate Brokenback Shiraz where the <i> “balance is spot on” </i> and more. Remember, with a BULK deal you pay less per bottle, SAVE more and get FREE DELIVERY too!
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Take Margaret River Semillon with its lovely profile of honeydew melon and citrus, then blend it with the Trophy-winning Sauvignon above and you have this gorgeous expression of white wine brilliance. Taste these masterpieces and enjoy the talents of West Australia’s best winemakers.
Dowie Doole was founded in 1995 by Drew Dowie and Norm Doole. The estate has vineyards in two of McLaren Vale’s most prized sub-regions and, as you will taste, produces some very impressive wines. <i>“Fruit from vineyards at Tatachilla and Blewitt Springs, matured for 20 months in predominantly French oak hogsheads. The cool vintage has imparted unusual elegance to this release, although the expected characters of cassis, leaf and mint, cedary spice and chocolate are there aplenty. Perfectly medium-bodied with fine but ripe and supple tannin… 94pts. Great Value”</i> (Halliday Wine Companion, Steven Creber). To 2029.
The Frankland River in WA's Great Southern wine region is one of Australia's best kept secrets, especially when it comes to wine. While the Margaret River produces high-end Cabernet and Chardonnay with prices to match, the Frankland River offers high-scoring Shiraz at very reasonable prices, just like this.
<i>" Estate-grown grapes. Very concentrated black fruits verge on full-bodied, so intense are the flavours. There's no extraction per se, the juicy, deep fruits stemming from the vintage. A bargain for the cellar hunters. Great Value... 93pts" </i> (Halliday Wine Companion, James Halliday).
Bleasdale is <i>“one of the most historic wineries in Australia ... in 2015 celebrating 165 years of continuous winemaking by the direct descendants of the founding Potts family.”</i> (Halliday). Among many major awards, they’ve won the Jimmy Watson Trophy and winemaker Paul Hotker, a <i>“master blender”,</i> was named Halliday’s Winemaker of the Year 2018. <i>“It’s uncomplicated but a delicious wine nonetheless. The right amount of fruit and spice with some earthy-savoury flavours ensuring it isn’t one-dimensional... 91pts. Great Value”</i> (Halliday Wine Companion, Jane Faulkner). To 2025.
Sisters Rebecca and Lucy Willson have turned Bremerton into one of the best-known estates in Langhorne Creek. The first sisters in Australia to run a winery, they’ve a 5 Red Star rating from James Halliday and have won many awards. <i>“Verdelho has a long history in Langhorne Creek, around 150 years, so you might say it’s the region’s premier white grape. Rebecca Willson is a master in persuading its tropical fruit characters to remain beautifully understated, sitting just underneath clean citrus, quince and honeydew melon. Bright acidity keeps things tight… 90pts. Great Value”</i> (Halliday Wine Companion, Jeni Port). To 2024.
Defined by its cool climate, ancient soils and later ripening, Eden Valley wines are distinctive in their character, displaying wonderful aromatics, elegance, complexity and finesse. Mountadam Vineyards are situated 550 metres above sea level - hence the ‘Five Fifty’ name. <i>“Cabernet sings with varietal personality at 550m elevation in the cool Mountadam Vineyard. It’s fragrant, bright and impeccably ripe in ‘18, shot with red/blackcurrants, morello cherries and just the right backing of cedary dark chocolate French oak. A bargain… 91pts. Great Value”</i> (Halliday Wine Companion, Tyson Stelzer). To 2025.
Since buying an historic plot in the Hunter Valley in 2009, Bill and Vicki Widin <i> “have wasted no time” </i> in building a winery, cellar door and fine wine range, and <i> “have had a string of wine show successes for their very impressive portfolio”</i> (Halliday).
<i>“Matured in French (80%) and American (20%) oak. Balance is spot on and it’s evident in the way cherry-plum, leather and malt flavours seamlessly combine through the full length of the palate. Tannin too is tucked neatly in and length-wise there are no issues. It’s a red wine in a good place... 93pts”</i> (Halliday).
Established in 1860, Tahbilk is a historic winery which <i>“should be visited at least once by every wine-conscious Australian.”</i> (Halliday). A founding member of Australia’s First Families of Wine, it was also the proud recipient of James Halliday’s Winery of the Year award in 2016. Its renowned Marsannes are a must-try. <i>“Having tasted Tahbilk Marsannes at their release over the past 40+ years, I have gained the ability to be confident about the prospects of this label. It has Meyer lemon flavours, honeysuckle aromas and bright acidity all in balance. It will grow and grow in bottle - and in your estimation of its worth… 93pts. Great Value”</i> (Halliday). To 2035.
First produced in 1995, the Fox Creek Chardonnay is barrel fermented with a portion matured for 10 months in French oak on yeast lees. This wine variety exhibits golden peach, rockmelon and apricot flavours, rounded out by a rich, creamy texture. On the palate, look forward to white peach, nectarine, apple and lemon over subtle spicy notes and lightly roasted nuts that combine to provide an attractive and layered bouquet. Simply delicious.
Glenlofty’s cool-climate vineyards have been carefully nurtured since 1995. Formerly blended into premium wines for top wineries like Penfolds and Seppelts, the remarkable fruit is now allowed to shine under its own label, thanks to Andrew Koerner (of Blue Pyrenees fame) and his talented winemakers and viticulturists. <i>“A 59/41% blend, cool-fermented separately, 12 weeks in used French oak with twice-weekly lees stirring. Light straw-green; juicy, bright and brisk with apple, pear and lemon fruit flavours. This will likely develop very well indeed with time in oak…91pts”</i> (Halliday Wine Companion, James Halliday). To 2025.
Thorn Clarke is a top family-owned Barossa outfit, with 5 Red Stars from Halliday and praise from Robert Parker: <i>“the greatest red wine values in the marketplace” </i>. Halliday is impressed by the value too: <i> "Estate-grown, crushed and destemmed, twice-daily pumpovers in the fermenter, 12 months in French oak. Deluxe treatment for a $20 wine. It is medium-bodied, and over-delivers on its price. Mouthfilling satsuma plum and blackberry compote...91pts" (Halliday).
Eden Valley’s Mountadam Vineyards was established in 1972 and is nestled on a unique rocky outcrop ranging in elevation up to 550m. The vineyards were founded by David Wynn, who is credited with several milestones in winemaking, including the creation of the wine cask and planting the first contour vineyard in Australia. The Eden Valley is famous for its very fine Rieslings - taste a premier example here. <i>“From 50yo estate plantings. It’s not until the finish that the mid-palate comes into focus, and the fine, albeit light, citrus/mineral fruit works its birthright magic... 92pts”</i> (Halliday Wine Companion, James Halliday). To 2028.
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