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Start in WA and enjoy lavish whites and reds from Margaret River, Manjimup and Geographe. Then savour some truly luscious reds from South Australia’s Barossa, Langhorne Creek and McLaren Vale, plus a cool, classy Chardonnay from the Eden Valley. Enjoy also a silky Yarra Valley Cabernet Merlot and a shimmering Delatite Riesling delight from the Goulburn Valley – plus more!
Greg Follett of 5 Red Star Lake Breeze makes wines from vineyards planted by his great, great, great grandfather and <i> “weaves a little magic every time” </i> (The Adelaide Advertiser). Hurry to reserve your share of this tiny volume red. Dark red and brilliant in the glass, Riverbank Cabernet offers pungent aromatics of black berry, ripe red cherry, red peppers and fresh herbs with hints of dark chocolate on the back palate.
The name of this exciting new Shiraz gives a nod to a colourful footnote in the rich history of the Hamilton winemaking clan. Before Richard Hamilton emigrated to Australia in 1837 to establish South Australia’s first commercial vineyard, he had run a well-known tailoring business in the UK Port of Dover. His interest in wine had also led to a sideline business of ‘importing’ French wine from over the English Channel – under the cover of darkness! Five generations on, Dr. Richard Hamilton owns the estate and he and chief winemaker Paul Gordon maintain the family tradition of excellence. Shiraz vines for The Smuggler grow just 10km from the sea – so as well as intensely flavoured dark and spicy fruit, the wine displays wonderful freshness too. It has gone down a storm with wine writers – and customers who have tasted it.
Dr Thompson believes Shiraz is on the rise in the west as the climate becomes slightly warmer. This medium-bodied wine puts on a complex show with blueberries, mulberries and sweet plum flavours filling the palate and cinnamon spice, licorice and dark chocolate lingering in the background. Outstanding value.
This juicy, vibrant gem comes from Jeff and Vicki Dewar’s spectacular hillside vineyards in WA’s beautiful Ferguson Valley, a sub-region of the rugged Geographe region.<i> "Jeff and Vicky Dewar have followed a fast track in developing Willow Bridge in the Ferguson Valley” </i> says James Halliday. He also rated ther beautiful winery among his ‘Best Wineries of 2014’ and ‘Dark Horse Wineries of 2013’. Look for delicious white peach and minerally grapefruit characters on a gently creamy palate with just a hint of spicy oak. It's a treat with tasty salads ...smoked chicken or seared tuna would be divine.
Bill Calabria has won Trophies and Golds galore and <i> “consistently delivers exceptional value for money across the entire range” </i>(Halliday). He has even been awarded the Order of Australia for his service to wine. Made in the light, crisp and zesty Italian style by Chief Winemaker Emma Norbiato, this dazzling Aussie Pinot Grigio makes a wonderful partner to Italian fare. Pizza, pasta, grilled meats ... you get the picture!
Crafted from a blend of Shiraz grapes in Three Springs Farm Vineyard, the site of the original family estate. With a focus on minimal handling, the result is lush notes of blackcurrant and mulberry fruit with classic black pepper, spice and dark chocolate. A subtle lattice tannin frame provides structure and balance. Pair with cassoulet or a homey toasted ham and cheese, or bring along to a BBQ for instant brownie points.
This Cabernet is made by the Guglielmino family, who’ve been making spectacular wines since 1997. The family are passionate about displaying their Italian heritage in their selection of wine styles. Dark and deeply delicious, full of blackberry, plum, blackcurrant and a touch of French oak. It has moreish tannins and is best enjoyed with food. We suggest some braised beef ribs, garlic chicken wings or gorgonzola pizza!
Established in 1972, Mountadam High Eden Estate is one of Australia’s oldest cool climate Chardonnay vineyards. Situated on a unique rocky outcrop the estate commands an easterly aspect over Eden Valley. On release the wine is pale straw in colour. It displays classic Chardonnay characters of peach, nectarine and fresh figs. French oak barrel fermentation and maturation gives the wine secondary aromas of cashew nuts and mixed spices. The palate has a complex mix of peach, citrus, cashew nuts, subtle truffle and spice characters throughout.
With 3 vineyards across the most reputable wine regions including Geelong and Yarra Valley, Pettavel Wines has achieved many top ratings from James Halliday and other reviewers throughout the years. The cool climate offering presents classic pepper, forest and spices on the nose with generous blackberry on the palate and a firm tannin structure. Perfect for pairing with spicy Sichuan cuisine or succulent barbecue meats.
As Halliday says: <i> “With its sweeping views across to the snow-clad Alps, this is uncompromising cool climate viticulture. ...many of the plantings are well over 30 years old...the adoption of organic (and partial biodynamic) viticulture ... providing the red wines with more depth and texture; the white wines are as good as ever”. </i> It's a beautfiul wine, intensely aromatic, with lime blossom, bush flowers and a tart lemon rind note. The palate is elegant and lithe. There’s a nice textural element as well. It's superb with fresh oysters.
Yet another finely balanced Heirloom treasure meticulously crafted by leading light winemaker Elena Brooks (Halliday calls her <i> “gifted” </i> and we absolutely agree!). A lovely, bright, fruit-packed expression of Adelaide Hills, beautiful with a seafood platter. As New Goodwin MW writes in the Halliday Wine Companion, <i>"Leaning into guava, passionfruit and greengage sweet and sours, a chalky phenolic rail provides welcome respite and a hint of textural intrigue. Crunchy, chewy and a bit smoky on the finish."</i>
With 130 years of expertise under the family's belt Angove have plenty of experience to call upon. During that time they have been awarded 'Winery of the Year' and many medals besides for individual wines. Fourth generation John Angove now heads up the cellar that Dr William Angove started in 1886 near Adelaide (by making award winning brandy – a product they're still famous for) and, besides championing unusual grapes, John also pioneers modern styles of wine. This one is simply delicious. Enjoy!
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