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Sicily Saturday at PWS Sydney


Sicily Saturday at PWS Sydney

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Selected by David Lamb
David Lamb

Marcoux 2017 Release


Marcoux 2017 Release - a reference point for Châteauneuf du Pape. JEB DUNNUCK, The Wine Advocate

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Domaine de Bellene New Arrivals 2017


Nicolas Potel has done an impressive job with his domaine reds and whites in 2017, balancing the bouncy fruit sweetness of the vintage with freshness and acidity. TIM AITKEN, Decanter

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Selected by Prince Wine & Spirits
Prince Wine & Spirits

Coursodon New Releases 2019


The third strong vintage in a row for the region, albeit with shrunken volume. The impressive 2017 vintage results in some top scores from the northern Rhône's best names. JANCIS ROBINSON MW

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Selected by Prince Wine & Spirits
Prince Wine & Spirits

Andre Clouet Champagne Just Landed 2019


Andre Clouet Champagne Just Landed 2019 - André Clouet is one of my favorite small domaines in Champagne. At their best, proprietor Jean-François Clouet's wines are distinctive and full of character. ANTONIO GALLONI

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

New Zealand Pinot Noir Tasting Sydney 2019


New Zealand Pinot Noir Tasting Sydney 2019

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Selected by David Lamb
David Lamb

Akarua 25 Steps Pinot Noir 2018


Akarua 25 Steps Pinot Noir 2018

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Selected by Prince Wine & Spirits
Prince Wine & Spirits

Bonhomme 2017 Vire Clesse Offer


Bonhomme 2017 Vire Clesse Offer - Sophisticated White Burgundy for a bargain

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Off Piste: Jura and French Natural Wine


Off Piste: Jura and French Natural Wine

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Selected by David Lamb
David Lamb

Frankland Estate and JJ Prum Tasting 2019


Frankland Estate and JJ Prum Tasting 2019 - Two of the greatest producers of white wine on earth. What more could you want.

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

By Farr and Pannell Tasting July 2019


The Farrs make exceptionally complex Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, the Shiraz and Viognier equally meritorious. JAMES HALLIDAY The future for the Pannells is limitless, the icon status of the label already established. JAMES HALLIDAY If you were asked, which we are from time to time, who are the greatest winemakers in Australia today I think these two producers would need to be included and should definitely be on everyone’s hit list. The Farr family’s interests are based around Moorabool Valley in Victoria’s Western Plains district, a windswept and unforgiving place to grow wines yet somehow yield some of this country’s most profound examples of Pinot Noir, wines that can boast a nearly unrivalled track record here for quality. With all the praise that is lavished on these wines it is easy to overlook their whites but they are no slouches, the Chardonnay regularly batting with the big boys, delivering sophistication and intensity of fruit in spades while the Viognier manages to straddle that line of richness and verve. Stephen Pannell has established one of Australia’s leading wine labels from his home base in the McLaren Vale in South Australia. Few people can claim to make as many different wines with such striking quality as he can. The awards and accolades for this seemingly tireless producer keep mounting up, Winemaker Of The Year 2015, the coveted Jimmy Watson Trophy for his 2013 Adelaide Hills Syrah are just the tip of the very large iceberg here. Stephen approaches each wine with the same fanatical devotion and it shows, from his “alternative varieties” through to his show stopping Syrah and Cabernets, everything here is first class.While the distance between the two wineries might be significant and the styles very different the quality of both sets the tone for this tasting. We will be showing a bracket of new releases from both producer and this promises to be a tasting not to miss. Hopefully we will see you there. Cheers

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Cullen – 30 Years as Senior Winemaker Offer


One of the pioneers of Margaret River, and has always produced long-lived wines of highly individual style from the mature estate vineyards. The vineyard has progressed beyond organic to biodynamic certification and, subsequently, has become the first vineyard and winery in Australia to be certified carbon neutral. JAMES HALLIDAY

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Selected by Prince Wine & Spirits
Prince Wine & Spirits

Grenache Tasting 2019


What is Australia’s great red wine variety? What is that we do here that can compete against the best of the best on the world stage, go toe to toe with the big boys of wine? We all know and love Aussie Shiraz and I think we are comfortable with where it sits in the big picture. We are making real headway with Pinot and we produce some brilliant Cabernet in this big brown land that we could hold up as world class. But a hot topic of conversation here at PWS HQ in recent years has been Grenache.We have a veritable treasure trove of incredible sites planted to Grenache here, some of the oldest material in this country is our old vines of the variety. Sadly, we think, for years a lot of it has been a variety blended away or made in to rather uninspiring wines (with a few noteworthy exceptions) but in recent years it seems to have found a new lease on life and drawn the attention of some gifted producers who are coaxing out the best from the fruit. Unlike a lot of more fickle varieties Grenache thrives here in our warmer climates and really sings when given the opportunity to ripen well. It positively drinks up the sunshine in Areas like the Barossa, McLaren Vale and increasingly Heathcote which it needs to reach optimal ripeness. Those aromatics that are so distinctive (someone once told me it is “Pinot for a warm climate”) and alluring really come in to play when Grenache hits a certain ripeness as does the plush core of fruit you can see in the best examples. In all seriousness the best of Australian Grenache can sit alongside examples from their more illustrious European siblings and hold their own. We think the old vine sites here are one of this country’s greatest wine assets and Grenache should be on everyone’s radar and in everyone’s list of what to drink.There is so many getting around these days that we love and we thought this was the perfect opportunity to share that love and perhaps win a few converts to the Grenache fold at the same time. We have put together a great line up with a few of movers and shakers in the Grenache world, not everyone we love but a good snapshot of what is going on in the scene at the momentWe look forward to seeing you there.

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Selected by David Lamb
David Lamb

Ata Rangi 2017 Offer


This stunning estate makes the most revered Pinot Noir in New Zealand. MATTHEW JUKES

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Selected by Prince Wine & Spirits
Prince Wine & Spirits

Courtedune Cotes du Rhone 2017


A standout in my blind tastings, the 2016 Chateauneuf du Pape comes from a domaine heretofore unreviewed by this publication… Based on this effort, the brother-sister team of Frédéric and Caroline Charrier will be worthy of a second look when I'm next in the region. JOE CZERWINSKI, The Wine Advocate Brother and sister team  Caroline and Frederic Charrier have, in a very short time, created a domaine to be reckoned with in the Southern Rhone. For many years their family has sold the fruit grown in their vineyards to other producers but recently took control back of the sites, hired a consultant and got busy making sensational wines of their own. The key to their success is pretty simple, they own a bunch of the best sites in the region, La Crau, Le Cristia, La Guigasse, Le Pointu and Saint Georges, with old vines. Really, along with a little winemaking nous and some money to throw at the project, that is all that is required to produce great wine….. and they are, they really are. Both the new Chateauneuf du Pape (offered last week) and Cotes du Rhone are super. It is too early to say that they have a house style but certainly the few vintages we have had have all leaned towards brightly fruited, elegant and perfumed expressions of Grenache. We have just received the 2017 Cotes du Rhone and are happy to be able to offer it at nearly 25% off the retail price in straight dozens. No, we aren’t crazy, we honestly believe that these guys are deserving of our customers attention but we know they are currently a bit of an unknown so, to get the ball rolling, we are happy to offer them cheaply. Anyone who tried the previous vintages will already know how good these are. Anyone who hasn’t really should.

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Battault and Raphet Tasting 2019


Battault and Raphet Tasting 2019 - Two of our favourite Burgundy Producers just landed

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Dirty Three & By Farr Tasting Sydney


Dirty Three & By Farr Tasting Sydney - both wineries represent the dynamic nature of the Australian wine industry and why Pinot Noir is such a nerdy and delicious grape variety.

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Selected by David Lamb
David Lamb

JJ Prum 2017 Release


JJ Prum 2017 Release With the rise of so many excellent winemakers in the region, one might have supposed that J.J. Prüm, with its profound conservatism, might have been overtaken and left behind. Not a bit of it. The Estate remains where it has been for decades: at the summit. STEPHEN BROOK, The Wines of Germany

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

The ‘Melbourne Dress Circle’ Tasting


The 'Melbourne Dress Circle' Tasting

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Selected by Myles Thomson
Myles Thomson

SC Pannell Winter Release 6 packs


SC Pannell Winter Release 6 packs - One of the greatest Australian winemakers ever to make wines in our age. NICK STOCK

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Selected by David Lamb
David Lamb

Turon and Murdoch Hill


With the quality of wines released under the Turon Wines label, one is tempted to say the sky's the limit. As it is, it is one of the best three new wineries in this Wine Companion. JAMES HALLIDAY 2019 Wine Companion Murdoch Hill is setting a very high benchmark, particularly considering the winemaking nous comes from a young talent in Michael Downer. THE WINE FRONT The Adelaide Hills is arguably Australia's most dynamic wine region, it was founded in the late 1800's but it didn't really make an impact until the 1970's. This was when a few of Australia's finest wine people began replanting the region specifically looking for cool-climate sites. Think names like Geoff Weaver, Prue Henschke and Brian Croser.  Over the past 5 -15 years, the Adelaide Hills have welcomed a new generation of vignerons and winemakers looking to establish their own label, starting small and using their size to lean into the artisanal 'hands off' approach.  In our eyes two great examples of this progression are Murdoch Hill & Turon, both of which produce dynamic wines.

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Selected by David Lamb
David Lamb

PJ Charteris New Releases 2019


PJ Charteris New Releases 2019

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Selected by Prince Wine & Spirits
Prince Wine & Spirits

Chianti Classico Saturday 2019


Chianti Classico has never been such an exciting wine as it is today JANCIS ROBINSON There's so much great drinking to be had in amongst the classics, and Chianti being one that's close to our hearts, particularly the various hills and slopes at the historic core of the region, denoted by tagging Classico to the end. Sangiovese and its most famous advocate, Chianti Classico is certainly one Italy's most versatile and digestible grape varieties. It also has the rare commodity of being able to satisfy the intellectual and visceral requirement of the drinker. While stylistic variations range according to site and whether the maker plonks for a more modern or classic interpretation, the constant is that the wine maintains ripe cherry and savoury aspects with tannins that grip and then fade into the background when combined with food. It's impervious to the usual seasonal drinking rules and because of it's innate freshness, can to be consumed in any weather. In this offer we highlight new wines from regional luminaries such as Querciabella, Felsina, Rocca di Montegrossi, Monsanto Fonetrutoli and more. There's never been a better time to get into Chianti Classico with the combination of general wine quality being so high compounded by two exceptional vintages.

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Selected by Michael McNamara
Michael McNamara

Ogier La Rosine 2016 Just Landed


Ogier La Rosine 2016 Just Landed - some of the finest wines in the entire Rhône valley. JOSH RAYNOLDS 

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Roero and Rioja


This Saturday we be joined by Giovanni Correggia from the Roero estate that bears his fathers name. As well as Spanish wine expert / wine importer Scott Wasley to present a range of Rioja from his portfolio: Matteo Correggia - ROERO, Italy Although Correggia is a perennial favourite amongst staff and customers alike, we think it's important to remember that this estate really proved that the Roero district in Piemonte could rival its more highly-regarded neighbours in the Langhe with nebbiolo, barbera and arneis. We would like to invite you to meet Giovanni Correggia who works alongside long term winemaker Luca Rostagno, taste their latest offerings of outstanding Arneis & Nebbiolo. The Spanish Acquisition - RIOJA, Spain Most people will know Rioja, it's old school and dependable with a reputation well trodden. However, the qualitative system in Rioja has recently undergone some fundamental changes. Mostly pushing the region to promote regionality and single site wines in what was generally a homogenous style. This is exciting and Scott will join us to talk all things Rioja.

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Selected by David Lamb
David Lamb

2018 Pooley Pinot Release


2018 Pooley Pinot Release - FIVE STARS – JAMES HALLIDAY

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Standish 2017 New Releases


Dan Standish is an extremely experienced winemaker, adding work in the Napa and Sonoma valleys in California, La Rioja in Spain and the Rhône Valley in France to his domestic winemaking. In 1999 he was able to negotiate a small parcel of 96-year-old shiraz from his parents’ vineyard in the Vine Vale subregion of the Barossa Valley. JAMES HALLIDAY, The Australian Wine Companion 2011

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Selected by Myles Thomson
Myles Thomson

Rizzi Masterclass Sydney 2019


Rizzi Masterclass Sydney 2019

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Selected by David Lamb
David Lamb

Hurley Vineyards 2017 New Releases


urley Estate easily counts itself as one of the handful of premiere Pinot producers from Mornington and for that matter Australia. This is a special little spot of dirt. The volcanic, free-draining soils full of ironstone are the perfect foil for Pinot while the ocean and two bays keep the site even and cool. The three adjoining single-vineyards of Lodestone, Hommage and Garamond wrap north to east around the gentle slopes on this small volcanic hill in Balnarring. The other defining factor is Kevin Bell and Tricia Byrnes. The pairs tireless dedication to quality and understanding of site sets their wine apart.

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Selected by Prince Wine & Spirits
Prince Wine & Spirits

Bordeaux 2016 Ex-Ship Offer


Bordeaux 2016 Ex-Ship Offer - The 2016 vintage already feels haloed. NEIL MARTIN

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Selected by Prince Wine & Spirits
Prince Wine & Spirits

Rizzi Offer 2019


Rizzi 2019 Offer - Winemaker Enrico Dellapiana is making focused, terroir-driven Barbaresco loaded with finesse. Bravo! KERIN O’KEEFE, The Wine Enthusiast  

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Barolo 2015 Part 1


The full capability of the nebbiolo grape’s expressive nature is alive in Barolo 2015 and it is a vintage to really celebrate. In general, the wines are exuberantly fragrant and show fresh clear fruit on the nose with abundant aromatic complexity. Structurally they are rich in ripe, fine and powerful tannins. They are toned, muscular and athletic, coupled with freshness, a keen sense of focus, great length, and an astute balance.

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Selected by Michael McNamara
Michael McNamara

Aussie Icons Midyear Tasting 2019


Aussie Icons Midyear Tasting 2019

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Selected by David Lamb
David Lamb

Buisson Battault 2016 PRe Arrival Offer


Buisson Battault 2016 PRe Arrival Offer - Domaine Buisson-Battault are consistent producers of first class Burgundy. JASPER MORRIS MW

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Four Pillars Bloody Shiraz Gin 2019


Its here again! Four Pillars Bloody Shiraz Gin 2019 has been released! As per usual only while stocks last. We can only imagine this years will be as good as lasts. Just in case though, we have included a little breakdown of the 2019 release below. You bloody ripper! The season was set up nicely courtesy of good spring rain, then January and February saw some very dry conditions with the odd bloody hot day that combined to bring vintage forward by a week. While the majority of our grapes were again sourced from the same three vineyards in our home in the Yarra Valley, this is the first year we also took some grapes from other cool Southern Victorian regions. We sourced a small percentage from the Yea Valley just over the Black Spur to our north and also a parcel from Southern Bendigo to our west, which is cooler still than the Yarra itself.The fruit quality was sensational across the board (thanks growers). We followed the same principles as 2018, harvesting some Shiraz early, looking for spice and red berry characters, and a second parcel later in the season to build colour, sweetness and darker fruit flavours.The resulting colour remains a deep, rich, reddish purple. And the aromas and flavours? Well, straight up there are pine forest juniper notes followed by white pepper, dark berries and spices. The palate is beautifully balanced with both sweetness and gin in spades, and some nice tannins on the finish. Thirsty now? We bloody hope so... FOUR PILLARS

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Selected by Myles Thomson
Myles Thomson

Hoddles Creek Estate New Releases 2019


Hoddles Creek Estate New Releases 2019

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Medhurst Estate Pinot Noir and Chardonnay 2018 Release


The arrival of Simon Steele from Brokenwood (his loss much mourned by Brokenwood) has enhanced the already considerable reputation of Medhurst. JAMES HALLIDAYIt is unsurprising that Medhurst Wines was going to be successful, the owners Ross and Robyn Wilson are intrinsically linked to both the wine world and the Yarra Valley.  Robyn grew up there and Ross was, for an important time, CEO of Southcorp. Meaning they had the know how, love and inside knowledge to find a great site to build their vision upon The first vineyards were planted in 2000 and they initially engaged the highly skilled Dominque Portet to make the wines for them.  Whilst they were very good wines that set the tone for the fledging estate, it has certainly found its groove under winemaker Sim Steele.

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Selected by David Lamb
David Lamb

World Gin Day 2019


It’s a shame World Gin Day is only one day a year, but alas it will have to do. This year we have a pretty exciting line up of some of our favourite Gins from around the world. In addition, it will be an opportunity to taste through the latest vintage of the Four Pillars Bloody Shiraz gin 2019.

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Selected by Prince Wine & Spirits
Prince Wine & Spirits

When the Boat Comes In – Italian Container Tasting


For a wine merchant there's a certain giddy excitement to opening a new container of wine (sad I know). Our geographical position on the planet means that the lead times between shipping from Europe and opening a container can take up to three months by the time the wine is ordered, collected and then shipped. The wines you tasted in March/April are often distant memories until you get that first glimpse of them on opening those big steel doors!

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Selected by Prince Wine & Spirits
Prince Wine & Spirits

Classy Chianti Classico Tasting 2019


Chianti Classico has never been such an exciting wine as it is today JANCIS ROBINSON

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Selected by Prince Wine & Spirits
Prince Wine & Spirits

Vietti and Grasso Nebb Offer 2019


Vietti and Grasso Nebb Offer 2019 - Two of Barolo's Greatest Estates

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Ravensworth and Torbreck Tasting 2019


Ravensworth and Torbreck Tasting 2019 - Torbreck and Ravensworth are leading the charge in their respective regions today and both make very distinctive wines to a strict, self imposed, philosophy that translates to exciting and expressive wines.

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Chalmers The Frontier Varieties Tutorial 2019


Chalmers The Frontier Varieties Tutorial 2019 - In thought and in action, the Chalmers family is leading the way in promoting vine varieties that suit the Australian landscape and culture – both now and for the future.

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Selected by Prince Wine & Spirits
Prince Wine & Spirits

Cellar Release of Curly Flat


Cellar Release of Curly Flat - The chardonnay and pinot noir superstar of Victoria’s Macedon Ranges. JAMES HALLIDAY 

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

DML VIN Mornington Peninsula Pinot Noir 2018


In principle, it doesn't take much to set up a new wine label.  In practice it takes many little things to go right. If you care at all about the quality then having access to great fruit  is important, having the skills and knowhow to 'not ruin it' is also paramount, finally the ability to take this new wine to market is the final hurdle to jump.So when talents from two great wineries collaborate with a four time AFL premiership player who's been bitten by the wine bug hard.  It's hard not to take notice.  Of course it would've be a trip to Tuscany that dragged Jordan Lewis' attention to wine, and we all know how that deep that rabbit hole can be!In his immersion, he struck up a friendship with the D'Anna family who own and operate Hoddles Creek, arguably the family behind some of the best value wines in the Yarra Valley. (This last reference to value shouldn't distract you from the sheer quality of their wines.)  The third collaborator here is Sam Middleton the third generation to helm the winemaking at the iconic Mount Mary. DML is a project that will source single blocks of great victorian Pinot Noir and express the sites by promoting beautiful fruit purity, focus and detail with a savoury, earthy edge. This Mornington Pinot kicks things off nicely although the quantities are tiny!

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Selected by Prince Wine & Spirits
Prince Wine & Spirits

Southern Rhone 2016 Sydney Tasting


2016 comes after the fantastic 2015 vintage in the southern Rhone and by all accounts it could be even better. ALEX WILCOX

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Selected by Prince Wine & Spirits
Prince Wine & Spirits

New Frankland Estate Riesling Release 2019


New Frankland Estate Riesling Release 2019 - Frankland Estate is one of Australia's greatest wine producers. MIKE BENNIE, The Wine Front 

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

2019 Grenache Tasting


2019 Grenache Tasting - “The best examples manage to combine density of aroma, colour, flavour and alcohol without threatening to engulf you” JAMES HALLIDAY

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Suavia New Releases 2019


Suavia makes wines of notable complexity that need air to show their best. ANTONIO GALLONI One of the best whites of Italy. JAMES SUCKLING What really sets today’s Soave apart is a scintillating, mineral toned freshness that barely seems to diminish with bottle age. DECANTER MAGAZINE For the last two years now we have been delighted to be able to offer our customers Suavia, one of the top very small handful of producers in Soave. Their line up consists of three wines, the Massi Fitti (100% Trebbianao di Soave) and Monte Cabonare (100% Garganega) and their “entry level” Classico, though there is nothing entry level about this wine. All the wines come from the heart of the original zone on volcanic hillsides sites surrounding the medieval village - Soave - and all continue to prosecute the Suavia style of intensity of flavour, minerality and texture. Bristling with energy they are exciting white wines on any level, particularly the two cuvees. They of course also continue to disavow one of the notions that the commercially made Soave that dominates the marketplace is what one should expect from this region. It is makers like Giovani Tesari (Suavia's owner) followed by daughters Meri, Valentina and Alessandra that have dramatically re-drawn our own palate expectations for this style. They and their ilk have returned Soave (from the original zone) to its rightful place as one of Italy's greatest white wines. The wines always arrive in Oz before the reviews are released but as you would have found last year and judging from your response, the wines speak for themselves. They are among the top three or so producers in the region and their wines stand out for their verve and energy, they are a fresh and more engaging version of Soave and hands down one of our favourite food wines. I also have a little soft spot for the Massi Fitti: intriguingly textural and focused. The entry level is more everyday drinking - a beautifully made, expressive and energetic wine seemingly made for matching with food. They have just landed and we have very limited quantities of the Monte Carbonare and Massi Fitti. We are offering them at more than 20% off in straight dozens of the Classico and straight six packs of the two top wines.

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Time for change or tried and true


Once you have discharged your obligation to vote and had your democracy sausage this election day, head to Prince Wine Store in Bank Street to explore the theme : Time for a Change or Tried and True. We have selected 12 wine split into two groups. The first: Up and coming producers and or varietals. Try Something new you may be surprised. The second set includes three iconic Chardonnay and 3 great Shiraz. Whilst these are some of our long term favorite producers they too are making great wine and these new releases are a must try. Something for everyone.

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Selected by Alex Wilcox
Alex Wilcox

Barbera and Dirupi Tasting 2019


All this talk about the national election has many of us dreaming of an overseas escape.  Piemonte maybe? with a quick trip up through Lombardy would be nice.  But rest assured we are still open and tasting delicious wines as per usual, in fact we'll be providing the best daydreaming aide with a flight of stunning piedmonte Barbera and delicate Chiavanesca (aka Nebbiolo) from Valtelina.The three wines from Piemonte are drawn straight from our Barbera mixed dozen, out this week.

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Selected by David Lamb
David Lamb

Spanish Cru an exploration of site 2019


Spanish Cru an exploration of site 2019

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Selected by Alex Wilcox
Alex Wilcox

Faiveley The Big Picture Offer 2019


Faiveley The Big Picture Offer 2019 - Their concentration and richness are rarely equalled. JASPER MORRIS MW

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Barbera Magic 2019


Barbera Magic 2019 - it's my go-to comfort wine. MATT KRAMER, The Wine Advocate

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Gianfranco Alessandria 2015 Offer


Gianfranco Alessandria is one of the most consistent growers in Barolo. His wines are reliably outstanding, drink well young and also age beautifully. ANTONIO GALLONI

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Selected by Michael McNamara
Michael McNamara

Masterclass – By Farr


Masterclass - By Farr

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Selected by David Lamb
David Lamb

Craiglee Shiraz 2015 Offer


Craiglee Shiraz 2015 Offer

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Selected by David Lamb
David Lamb

Applecross Chardonnay 2016 offer


Applecross Chardonnay 2016 offer

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Selected by David Lamb
David Lamb

Sentio Chardonnay Offer


Sentio Chardonnay Offer

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

2016 and 2017 Burgundy Tasting April 2019


2016 and 2017 Burgundy Tasting April 2019 - featuring the wines of Henri Boillot, Jane Eyre, Domaine de Bellene with Thibault Jacquet from Bonneau du Martray and Carl Stephane Cercellier from Domaine Faiveley in store to pour.

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Great Drinking Bordeaux 2019


Forget about the top 20-30 wines. They are mostly terrific, and they will almost always be good, if not quite a bit better than that. But very few consumers can afford those wines anymore. Most importantly, those wines are not the real Bordeaux. The real Bordeaux is a region that produces a truly remarkable, seemingly endless number of fabulous wines that the consumer can still afford. Whatever your budget – under $25, under $50, under $100 – no region in the world comes close to matching Bordeaux for pedigreed red wines that are also relatively easy to find. ANTONIO GALLONI

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Selected by Alex Wilcox
Alex Wilcox

Mt Mary Reflexions Cab Franc 2017


Mt Mary Reflexions Cab Franc 2017 - Such a great drink. (95) GARY WALSH, The Wine Front 

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Bordeaux en Primeur 2018


One city, two river banks. Very different estates, very different wines…

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Selected by Alex Wilcox
Alex Wilcox

Latin American Wine Fiesta Sydney 2019


The tapestry of culture, cuisine and (importantly for us) the wine that runs through Latin-America is enthralling.  The present story is one of a generational change, in both consumers and producers, something that is mirrored around much of the wine world these days.  In the case of Argentina and Chile these "new" wines have come off a wild ride of international & commercial success. These two countries in particular first had their vineyards established by the Spanish in the 16th century and both then had a fast commercial evolution during the 80's & 90's.  This history provides a platform of old/mature vines and defined styles in the global conscious. Giving expectations the new guard can subvert to a certain extent.  Some Argentinean producers have leant into their modern history by fragmenting the vineyards sites, pealing back the wines to explore more detail and finesse in the sites and glass. Malbec as a grape copes with this beautifully as it can still exude body and generosity at lower alcohols.  Others have dug a bit further into the past, in Chile finding old parcels of Carignan, Cinsault and Pais and pursuing a more extreme 'natural' approach.

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Selected by David Lamb
David Lamb

Bourgogne Rouge Tasting Sydney 2019


Bourgogne Rouge Tasting Sydney 2019

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Selected by David Lamb
David Lamb

Faiveley Lunch Offer 2019


Faiveley Lunch Offer 2019 - Their concentration and richness are rarely equalled. JASPER MORRIS MW

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Marchesi Alfieri La Tota Barbera d’Asti 2016


Ex-Col d'Orcia winemaker Mario Olivero has revitalised this historic estate. Superb vineyard, highly refined winemaking and total belief in Barbera are the keynotes. Alfiera is the splendid top wine. Look also for the super-value Barbera La Tota. DECANTER  

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

South Africa Tasting – New Worlds New Wines – Sydney


South Africa Tasting - New Worlds New Wines - Sydney

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Selected by Prince Wine & Spirits
Prince Wine & Spirits

Greek Wine Fair – Melbourne 2019


Santorini assyrtiko is one of the most terroir-driven wines I’ve ever tasted. It actually smells of the volcanic ash, or pumice, that is what passes for soil on Santorini, an island blown apart by one of the world’s most violent volcanoes. It doesn’t sound very appetising, but it is dry, crisp and a great fish accompaniment. HUON HOOKE

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Dr Edge Tasmania Pinot Noir 2018


After having worked as a winemaker for Petaluma, Peter Dredge moved to Tasmania in 2009, spending 7 years within the Accolade group, becoming chief winemaker at Bay of Fires. He moved proactively to become a consultant and self-employed winemaker to shortcircuit the uncertainty then existing around Accolade and its future. In ’15 he sourced a small amount of pinot noir from Joe Holyman of Stoney Rise and Gerald Ellis of Meadowbank to start his own label. He made the wine at Moorilla as a contract client with sole control of the winemaking process. In ’15, during vintage, the Ellis family, owners of Meadowbank, approached Pete to form a partnership to relaunch Meadowbank. As part of the deal, Meadowbank gave Pete a sole lease arrangement to 1.5ha of pinot noir from the ’16 vintage and onwards JAMES HALLIDAY

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Selected by Prince Wine & Spirits
Prince Wine & Spirits

Querciabella 2015 Riserva Offer 2019


Querciabella 2015 Riserva Offer 2019

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Moss Wood Cabernet Sauvignon 2016


One of Australia's benchmark cabernets and one of the most collected, though we know this. A formidable identity in the glass always, too. WINE FRONT Widely regarded as one of the best wineries in the region, producing glorious Chardonnay, power-laden Semillon and elegant Cabernet Sauvignon that lives for decades. Moss Wood also owns the RibbonVale Estate, the wines treated as vineyard-designated within the Moss Wood umbrella JAMES HALLIDAY

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Selected by Prince Wine & Spirits
Prince Wine & Spirits

Pierre Peters New Arrivals April 2019


The Pierre Péters Champagnes stand out for their crystalline precision, energy and nuance, which makes the, reference-points for what Chardonnay is all about in the Côtes des Blancs and Mesnil. When I want to drink brilliant, pure Blanc des Blancs, I often reach for the wines of this small, family-owned estate. ANTONIO GALLONI

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Dominio do Bibei Special Offer


Some of you may remember this offer from last year with Michael reminiscing on his family's trip to the region to walk the famous Comino pilgrims trail and their discovery of the wine from this incredible landscape.

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Selected by Alex Wilcox
Alex Wilcox

Koerner tasting Sydney 2019


Koerner is one of the most exciting producers of the moment. GOURMET TRAVELLER WINE

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Selected by Prince Wine & Spirits
Prince Wine & Spirits

From Spain to South Africa – Terroir al Limit & South African New Arrivals


This weekend we host Dominik Huber, the German ex-pat now firmly settled in Priorat in Spain alongside a collection of dynamic new producers from South Africa. Dominik has revolutionised the style of Priorat wines, with his Terroir al Limit project. Originally founded together with Swartland pioneer Eben Said.

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Maude Pinot Noir 2017 – NZ Wine Awards Champion


A delicious and complex young wine, juicy and light on its feet, showing beautiful refinement, powdery tannins and loads of controlled power. Pure class. WARREN GIBSON, Chief of Judges.

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Selected by Myles Thomson
Myles Thomson

Spanish Tinto Fiesta Tasting April 2019


Spanish Tinto Fiesta Tasting April 2019

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Selected by Alex Wilcox
Alex Wilcox

Greek Wine Fair – Sydney 2019


Santorini assyrtiko is one of the most terroir-driven wines I’ve ever tasted. It actually smells of the volcanic ash, or pumice, that is what passes for soil on Santorini, an island blown apart by one of the world’s most violent volcanoes. It doesn’t sound very appetising, but it is dry, crisp and a great fish accompaniment. HUON HOOKE

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Selected by Prince Wine & Spirits
Prince Wine & Spirits

Two Yarra Icons – Giant Steps & Yeringberg New Releases


This Saturday we welcome Steve Flamsteed and Sandra de Puy to the store to showcase the new releases from Giant Steps (2018 Single Vineyard Releases) and Yeringberg (2016 releases).

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Tonic Chardonnay 2018 Offer


After I have been extolling the virtues of classic Margaret River Chardonnay for the past fortnight. A lithe, detailed and effortless expression of Chardonnay from the gents at Tonic Wines graced my glass. Is there room for both? Definitely.

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Selected by Prince Wine & Spirits
Prince Wine & Spirits

German Riesling 2017 Heavy Hitters Round Two


German Riesling 2017 Heavy Hitters Round Two

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Chalmers + Capolino Perlingieri Sydney Tasting


Kim Chalmers and her family now have two vintages under their belts at their new vineyard in Heathcote, proving that the Italian varieties they pioneered on the hot banks of the Murray River back in the early 2000s are also well suited to the rich red soil of central Victoria. MAX ALLEN

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Selected by Prince Wine & Spirits
Prince Wine & Spirits

Clos Naudin Offer 2019


Philippe Foreau and the Domaine du Clos Naudin are well known for the purity and extreme longevity of the wines produced there.  STEPHAN REINHARDT

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Southern Rhone 2016


2016 comes after the fantastic 2015 vintage in the southern Rhone and by all accounts it could be even better. ALEX WILCOX The Chateauneufs 2016 are quite simply the best wines this region has seen in a very long time. NICK STOCK

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Selected by Alex Wilcox
Alex Wilcox

Foradori Teroldego 2016 Offer


Elisabetta Foradori has an amazing charisma, one that sets people at ease instantly and has them wanting to spend time with her. Her story deserves this kind of quiet attention too. She was 11 when her father passed away with only her mother to look after the estate and family. So by the time Elisabetta was 20, the fresh face oenology graduate was in charge of the family winery without a road map to success in front of her (or of any kind really). In a larger region which was dominated by a bulk wine mentality, Elisabetta sought out quality and latched onto reviving a local indigenous variety Teroldego. A variety that wasn’t really considered ‘noble” until she came to prove the critics wrong.

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Selected by Prince Wine & Spirits
Prince Wine & Spirits

New South Wales – New Wave


Some may be surprised to learn that New South Wales is the second largest wine producing state in Australia. This fact doesn’t seem to be reflected in the wine-nerd dialogue, however there’s a whole raft of dynamic producers out there striving to catapult the states 16 wine regions to the fore front of our cellars. This Saturday we will be opening up wines from two such producers who we feel embody the New Wave of this fine state.

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Selected by Prince Wine & Spirits
Prince Wine & Spirits

Mauro Veglio 2015 Pre Arrival Offer


Mauro Veglio 2015 Pre Arrival Offer

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Prince Wine & Spirits

New Cavallotto Barolo Release 2019


The Cavallotto family purchased this beautiful hilltop property in Castiglione Falletto back in 1928. The manor house sits proudly with stunning views of the Langhe hillsides. The family would later be among the first to make officially registered Barolo in 1948. That long-term vision gives this winery important farming and technical experiences that touch many generations. As a result, Cavallotto is in a unique position to offer the consumer some of the most authentic and true Barolos on the market today. MONICA LARNER, The Wine Advocate

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Callejuela Palomino Project


Los Hermanos Blancos – Pepe y Paco, producers of incredible Palominos from el Marco de Jerez, some fortified and some not, variously with our without flor. Their father, Francisco Blanco Martínez, ‘el Blanquito’ founded the business in 1980. Originally, he worked as an almacenista de mosto – he farmed his vineyards and made base wine, which was then sold to bottling houses, who fortified it to become sobretablas ready to enter their soleras.

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Wilyabrup VS Napa Valley Mountains- New World Cabernet Tasting


This offer is a face off tasting between two of the new worlds most important regions for Cabernet Sauvignon and Bordeaux blends: Wilyabrup, the area arguably at the heart of Margaret River, and the sub-regional AVAs of the Napa Valley. From the Napa we will focus on the sub regions of Calistoga, Rutherford, Howell Mountain and Stags Leap sub-regional AVAs. The selection from the Napa are some of the oldest and most revered Cabernets of the region. This is a fascinating tasting which brings together some of the most prestigious AVAs of the Napa and Wilyabrup. Many of the producers in Wilyabrup argue the wines are distinct and this is the ideal area for Cabernet Sauvignon production in Margaret River. This tasting features some of the leading lights of Margaret River and includes the award winning Vasse Felix Tom Cullity Cabernet Blend. The argument for the creation of a Wilyabrup sub-district of Margaret River is compelling. The area produces specific wines with greater intensity and character – it’s also the heart of Margaret River, itself an enormous area. Set back from the beach and cooled by the coastal breezes Wilyabrup is ideally situated for and the home of the great Cabernets of Margaret River, and home to the oldest and most prestigious vineyards and producers. The Napa Valley has a number of sub-regional AVAs uniquely suited to Cabernet. These share the common element of elevation and aspect. The famous fogs of California settle across the vineyard floors of the Napa Valley shading the grapes. The mountain areas of the Napa sit above the fog line and are ideally suited to the ripening of Cabernet and producer some of the worlds greatest examples.    

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Sailor Seeks Horse 2017 Pinot Noir and Chardonnay


It has now been a few years since I first met Paul and Gilly Lipscombe on a cold September morning five years ago in the Huon Valley. I had no idea who they were but the recommendations had been uniform in their praise so it seemed like a good idea to go visit.

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Passopiscario Passorosso Etna Rosso 2016 Offer


Passopiscario Passorosso Etna Rosso 2016 Offer

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Leeuwin Art Series Chardonnay 2016


Chardonnay has long been a legendary style of the region. You’d have to afford it classic status with wine from the early to mid-1980s, carving out a sterling reputation; notably, the Art Series Chardonnay wines of Leeuwin Estate. Margaret River’s famous Gingin clone (Mendoza) has famously underpinned chardonnays with intensity, power and an unquestionable ability to age and develop. JAMES SUCKLING

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Selected by Prince Wine & Spirits
Prince Wine & Spirits

2016 Usseglio Offer


2016 Pierre Usseglio Offer - This estate is at the top of its game today and needs to be on every Southern Rhone lover’s radar. JEB DUNNUCK

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Loire Vouvray 2017 Vintage Tasting


2017 has ended up being an exceptionally good vintage in terms of quality. Across the length of the Loire, we have been blessed with quality wines exhibiting ripeness, concentration, depth, complexity and wonderful freshness. JANCIS ROBINSON

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Selected by Prince Wine & Spirits
Prince Wine & Spirits

Crawford River Riesling Museum Release 2012


Crawford River Riesling Museum Release 2012 - the wines should be in any serious enthusiast’s collection. MIKE BENNIE, The Wine Front 

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Friuli Slovenia & Croatian Tasting – Of Skins & Hearts – North & East of the Adriatic


There's a timelessness about Croatia, and yet, not lagging behind the times, her wines are also coming of age. Their quality and character continue to go from strength to strength, with incredible diversity. JANCIS ROBINSON

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Langhe Nebbiolo Duo Benevelli and Azelia


I was quite taken with the wines I tasted from Massimo Benevelli this year. The Dolcetto and Langhe Nebbiolo are direct, unadorned wine that capture the spirit of variety. Massimo Benevelli is off to a great start. If these wines are any indication, the future looks very bright. ANTONIO GALLONI Luigi Scavino has been crafting gorgeous Barolos for many years, but over the last few vintages Scavino and his son Lorenzo have taken quality to another level, which is obviously great to see. One of the things I love most about the Azelia Barolos is their ability to deliver pleasure throughout their entire lives, something that very few other Barolos are capable of, at least to this degree. ANTONIO GALLONI Langhe Nebb like these two have to be among the worlds best value red wines. I mean the quality in the bottle here is fantastic and the prices are right in that sweet spot of quality verse hip pocket damage. Two very different styles here with Azelia delivering more structure and punchy fruit with that slight balsamic note while Benevelli is more open knit and full of immediacy and pure fruit. Both are made in a similar fashion, with respect to the wines being raised in neutral vessels but the origin of the fruit and handling stands out here. Both are more than deserving of your attention.If you would like to order them in mixed amounts please let me know and I will happily take care of that for you.  Cheers

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Jermann Tasting Sydney 2019 – One of the Geratest White Wine Producers of Italy


In the ever-changing world of Italian wine, the list of top producers is fluid, however a few stalwarts continue to lead the way in the context of certain styles. One such legendary producer is Jermann who pioneered and remains the leader in Friuli.

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Jane Eyre & Fleet Wines New Releases 2019


We are delighted to welcome Jane Eyre and Lisa Jenkins to the store to show their new releases. Both Jane and Lisa are former employees of PWS and have gone onto greater things: Jane producing wines in both Burgundy and Australia, and Lisa in Gippsland.

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Heritiers Comtes Lafon Macon-Village 2017


Producer of some of the world’s best white wines. STEPHEN BROOK, Decanter

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Occhipinti New Arrivals including New Single Contradas


A cult wine producer in Italy with a burgeoning international following, Arianna Occhipinti farms 18 hectares of certified organically grown native grapes. She started tending two hectares of vines on her parents estate in her university days, where she was dismayed by the emphasis on chemistry and laboratory work; by contrast her uncle Giusto Occhipinti, of the well-known Sicilian COS estate, believes in natural winemaking and Arianna grew to prefer that approach to winemaking. Her wines have an earthy, almost raw quality and are more about finesse than power. IAN D'AGATA

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Selected by Michael McNamara
Michael McNamara

Just Landed 2015 Guigal Double Hitter


Just Landed 2015 Guigal Double Hitter - from a vintage described by Marcel as the best of his lifetime. JEB DUNNUCK

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Artuke Rioja


While Rioja has long enjoyed the most prominent global visibility of all the wine regions of Spain, its successes have also come at a cost in that larger players and monied interests have preferred to have Rioja be viewed as one homogenous beast. While these multi-regional cross-blends have delivered good serviceable wines, the victim has been the incredible number of different terroirs which exist within this fascinating region. It's here you find real wine nuance, light and shade...joy!

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Selected by Alex Wilcox
Alex Wilcox

Northern Rhone Tasting Sydney 2019


Join us and explore the vineyards of the Northern Rhone with veteran importer James Johnston. James has been working with some of the best producers from these famed slopes for decades. He will be generously opening up vinous gems from the likes of Andre Perret, Yves Cuilleron and more. The whites will feature excellent examples of Marsanne, Roussane and of course Viognier. The latter from the benchmark appellation Condrieu. Reds will naturally be a showcase of Syrah from this noble grapes spiritual home. (Fancy) IGP right up the the steep slopes of Hermitage.

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Weinbach & Two Tonne – Two Bright Stars from Alsace and Tasmania


This Saturday we welcome Eddie Faller to the store to show the latest releases from his family estate, Domaine Weinbach of Alsace. Weinbach have vineyard holdings in some of the top terroirs of Alsace and their wines are some of the benchmarks of the region. Who to compliment such incredible wines from one of the great and ground-breaking estates of Alsace? Well Ricky Evans of Tasmania will be in-store to show his latest releases from Two Tonne. Ricky has his new releases from 2018, a cracking set of wines from Tasmania. Ricky is part of the new guard in Tassie, producing exciting and fresh wines from the Island to the south.

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Epic New Trimbach Releases 2019


Epic New Trimbach Releases 2019 - The Trimbach family continues to render some of the world’s finest Riesling. DAVID SCHILDKNECHT

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Buisson Battault 2017 Pre Arrival


Buisson Battault Pre Arrival - Domaine Buisson-Battault are consistent producers of first class Burgundy. JASPER MORRIS MW 

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Huet 2017 Offer


Huet 2017 Offer - considered, along with its neighbor Foreau, one of the two iconic estates in Vouvray. JOEL B. PAYNE, Vinous Media

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Daniel Dampt Chablis


2017 produced pretty and particularly aromatic whites that are at once fleshy, delicious and moderately transparent whites. BURGHOUND

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Chardonnay Banchmarking Tasting 2019


This Saturday we will be taking a brief look into a few Australian Chardonnays and compare their regional characteristics.  To benchmark we will also have Kumeu Rivers Estate open from our kiwi neighbours as well as a couple of our favourite French renditions.

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Selected by Prince Wine & Spirits
Prince Wine & Spirits

Three Great Producers – Bruno Rocca, Corte Lavel and Von Hovel


Three Great Producers - Bruno Rocca, Corte Lavel and Von Hovel

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Hatzidakis Offer 2019


Santorini’s most characteristic wine, the wonderfully nervy, long-lived white made from the local Assyrtiko grape, has done far more than its fair share to put modern Greek wine on the map. JANCIS ROBINSON

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Selected by Prince Wine & Spirits
Prince Wine & Spirits

Two Icons of the Rhone 2016 Clape and Rostaing


Two Icons of the Rhone 2016 Clape and Rostaing

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

New Californian Arrivals 2019


There is no question California is one of the great wine producing regions of the world and this tasting highlights the diversity of quality wine produced in the state.

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Peay 2016 New Arrivals


I was deeply impressed with the wines I tasted from Peay this year. I found the Pinot Noirs particularly of note. The wines are positively brilliant. ANTONIO GALLONI

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Selected by Prince Wine & Spirits
Prince Wine & Spirits

CellarHand 20th Anniversary Tour 2019


CellarHand 20th Anniversary Tour 2019

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Selected by Alex Wilcox
Alex Wilcox

Feudo Montoni – Sicilian Royalty Arrives in Australia


Feudo Montoni is one of Italy’s best but still relatively little known estates. In fact, despite boasting a line-up of great wines and having been around for some time, Feudo Montoni (the winery is housed in a villa that dates back to 1469) does not enjoy the fame and visibility of Sicily’s many larger wineries. I have no doubt that this will all change soon enough, because there are few estates anywhere in Italy making more compelling wines today.

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Selected by Michael McNamara
Michael McNamara

Wickhams Road Chardonnay 2017


he Wickhams Road wines are made with the same philosophy used with Hoddles Creek. They are single vineyard wines with the care and attention that has made Hoddles Creek such a success. The difference with Wickhams Road is that it has been sourced from trusted growers around Victoria. MIKE BENNIE

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Jane Eyre New Releases 2017


Jane Eyre left Australia in 2004 on a journey to make wine in Europe, a journey that landed here in Burgundy, where while working at Domaine Newman, she has established herself as a producer in her own right. She has assimilated into the scene of emerging Burgundian talent and speaks with a respect and understanding of the place that is also evidenced in her wines. NICK STOCK, Gourmet Traveller Wine

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Selected by Michael McNamara
Michael McNamara

Affordable Bordeaux Syd 2019


Whilst it may seem somewhat oxy-moronic to link the words 'Affordable' and 'Bordeaux' together. There is still plenty of quality and value to be found in this apex wine region.  In fact, the fanfare and prestige lavished upon the top growths and Chateau's of Bordeaux can distract from these gems.  We've searched out a few of our favourites from all corners of the appellation.  From the Medoc to the hills of Castillon and down to the dry whites from Sauternes.

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Selected by Prince Wine & Spirits
Prince Wine & Spirits

Pintxos and Antipasti Spanish and Italian textural whites 2019


Pintxos and Antipasti Spanish and Italian textural whites 2019

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Gerard Boulay Sancerre 2017 Offer


Gerard Boulay Sancerre 2017 Offer

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Yarra Yering 2016 New Release


Yarra Yering 2016 New Release

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Selected by Prince Wine & Spirits
Prince Wine & Spirits

Dirty Three All the Dirts Pinot Noir 2018


Dirty Three All the Dirts Pinot Noir 2018

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Daniel Bouland 2017 Offer


Daniel Bouland 2017 Offer

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Jermann 2016 Big Guns


Jermann 2016 Big Guns

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Cantine Pra Soave Classico 2017


Cantine Pra Soave Classico 2017

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Big Tree Gin Tasting


Big Tree Distillery is the result of a gin-loving husband and wife team Catherine and Gary. The beautiful Jack’s Springs Farm in the Macedon Ranges is home to Big Tree and to Beryl the 300 litre copper pot still. Beryl is designed by Knapp Lewer in Hobart Tasmania and has a lovely big belly to steep the gin botanicals overnight along with the farms pure rain water and the neutral grain spirit. All beautiful bottles are designed with artwork painted by local artist Sarah Gabriel with limited editions of each piece in the series.

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Selected by Myles Thomson
Myles Thomson

Staff Picks 2018


For the final tasting of 2018 each staff member has selected a wine which, for whatever reason, made them go back for more this year... the result is an eclectic mix from around the world.

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Selected by Prince Wine & Spirits
Prince Wine & Spirits

Luciano Sandrone 2014 Barolo


Today his cru Cannubi Boshis and blend Le Vigne, wines at their best miraculously combining power and concentration with elegance, are amongst the most sought after internationally, almost impossible to obtain even at high price. NICOLAS BELFRAGE

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Selected by Michael McNamara
Michael McNamara

Dirupi New Arrivals – The Simpply Beautiful Nebbiolo of Valtellina


It's always a good day (week, month) when new releases from Valtellina's Dirupi hit the deck. The dynamic duo of Davide Fasolini and Pierpaolo Di Franco who make up Dirupi (or "cliff" owing to the steep terraced plots they work) are two of the most exciting producers to come out of this zone in the last 50 years. They farm 17 plus sites across the sub-zones of Valtellina (Grumello, Inferno, Sondrio, Montagna, Poggiridenti) and when I say sites, don't think large acreage. In some cases, the plots are no bigger than a decent lounge room! The steepness and micro-nature of these vineyards dictates that the farming is hyper-intensive, by-hand and low-yield viticulture. It's not surprising then that so many vineyards had been abandoned in the recent past; it was just too labour intensive without the return on effort. Thankfully there are people in the wine world like the Dirupi boys, who recognise the value and uniqueness of their region and with youthful enthusiasm have renovated every one of those 17 sites and are now producing lilting and evocative Nebbiolo or Chiavennasca as it is known in Valtellina.

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Selected by Michael McNamara
Michael McNamara

Brash Higgins & il Modo – Something a little different


Brash Higgins & il Modo - Something a little different

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Mind Spirits and Co. Australian Negroni


Arturo an ex Chef and his business partner Mikael Gillard (ex Cerbaco Spirit distribution) decided a couple of years ago to venture out on a search for quality producers of artisanal and craft spirits/beverages here in Australia and in France. The modus operandi was simple: Offer the best selection of artisanal beverages the best and most exclusive spirits. What was born of this was the Mind Spirits Co. offering up a selection intriguing and unique spirits and beverages from Australia and France. They are all hand selected and sourced and have one thing in common: quality. The boys have close working relationships with all the producers and spent several years traveling both their home and adopted lands to bring a selection of tasty beverages.

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Selected by Myles Thomson
Myles Thomson

Everleigh Bottled Cocktails – Famous Four


A night at The Everleigh is a unique Melbourne experience where you are whisked back in time to a bar reminiscent of the golden era, dedicated to classic cocktails. They were also pioneers of the bottled cocktail and while many have followed few, if any, have done it to the exacting standards and quality of the Everleigh. After initially only offering them through the bar, in 2015 the Everleigh Bottling Co. was born, and these were made available through quality retailers. The original range has expanded from The Famous Four to include the Bartenders Choice and a new range of resurrected cocktails called The Antique Collection.

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Selected by Myles Thomson
Myles Thomson

Kumeu River 2017 Offer


Chardonnay is the life blood of Kumeu. Or so it is written. An almost unswerving quality with distinct sheen and transparency, an able match of gentle winemaking overlay, but a commitment to a ‘house style. MIKE BENNIE

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Selected by Myles Thomson
Myles Thomson

Bellenda Prosecco Offer 2018


We're proud to announce that we are now the exclusive importer of Bellenda Prosecco to Australia and to mark the ocassion we would like to offer the wines on a very special introductory deal where you receive a discount and an extra bottle FOC for purchases of a dozen.

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Selected by Lisa Halgren
Lisa Halgren

Annual Xmas Bubbly Black Tasting 2018


Annual Xmas Bubbly Black Tasting 2018

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

An Egly Ouriet Supper 2018


On Wednesday we held an Egly-Ouriet Supper with Rob Walters and the newly arrive wines. I feel I speak for everyone when I say it was a relaxed and enlightening event and the perfect way to finish the Champagne Season!

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Allies Assemblage Pinot Noir 2018


Allies Assemblage Pinot Noir 2018

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Annual Shuck Yeah Chablis & Oysters Sydney 2018


Our Annual Chablis and Oysters marries two French classics, Chablis on tasting with the traditional match of fresh oysters.

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Selected by Lisa Halgren
Lisa Halgren

Annual Rose Revolution 2018 SYDNEY


Spring is here and that means one thing here at Prince, it's time for our Rose tasting again. This is one of our favourite tastings of the year and is now a firm part of our annual tasting schedule.

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Selected by Lisa Halgren
Lisa Halgren

Shuck Yeah Oysters & Chablis Tasting 2018


Our Annual Chablis and Oysters marries two French classics, Chablis on tasting with the traditional match of fresh oysters.

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Juwel Riesling 2017


In multifaceted locations around Alsheim, our grapes mature into raw diamonds. But only through the polish and cut we give them, they reveal their true nature and become what they really are: a JEWEL. JULIANE ELLER

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Selected by Lisa Halgren
Lisa Halgren

Guigal 2015 Vignes de lHospice


Guigal 2015 Vignes de lHospice

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Ham By Gamekeepers


Our good friends at Gamekeepers Meats have supplied us the last few years with their fantastic hams for Christmas. Established in 2008 by Jerome Hoban, a professional chef turned farmer and butcher, they specialise in a product range that emphasises quality. Supplying some of Melbourne's most acclaimed restaurants, Gamekeepers has established itself as a major player in its relatively short life.

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Selected by Michael McNamara
Michael McNamara

Zalto Offer


'my current favourite glasses have taken me into a whole new territory of sensual pleasure. Zalto glasses…are hand-blown, do not contain lead oxide so do not get cloudy, and combine an angular bowl shape with the thinnest glass I have yet come across.' JANCIS ROBINSON

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Querciabella Classico and Riserva 2015


This is a terrific set of wines from Querciabella and winemaker Manfred Ing. These days, I find almost as much pleasure in the Chianti Classico, a wine that delivers serious quality and pedigree for the money. The 2015s exude density while also remaining faithful to their origins. Proprietor Sebastiano Cossia Castiglioni deserves all the credit in the world for putting together the team to execute on his vision for making world-class wines that are aligned with his broader philosophical goals of sustainability. These wines are simply gorgeous. That’s all there is to it. ANTONIO GALLONI    

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Annual Clare Valley Expo 2018


Located north west of the Barossa Valley at a slightly higher altitude, the Clare Valley’s typography consists of a series of broken valleys, hills and gullies. The best sites are orientated west, at higher altitude, and the soils have significant limestone components. The most important sub districts of the southern Clare Valley are the two distinct sub-regions of Water Vale and Polish Hill River. Polish Hill River is slightly cooler, ripening up to five weeks later.

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Clonakilla Shiraz Viognier 2017


The indefatigable Tim Kirk, with an inexhaustible thirst for knowledge, is the winemaker and manager of this family winery founded by his father, scientist Dr John Kirk. It is not at all surprising that the quality of the wines is exceptional, especially the Shiraz Viognier, which has paved the way for numerous others, but remains the icon. JAMES HALLIDAY

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Selected by Lisa Halgren
Lisa Halgren

Annual Clare Valley Expo 2018 Sydney


Located north west of the Barossa Valley at a slightly higher altitude, the Clare Valley’s typography consists of a series of broken valleys, hills and gullies. The best sites are orientated west, at higher altitude, and the soils have significant limestone components. The most important sub districts of the southern Clare Valley are the two distinct sub-regions of Water Vale and Polish Hill River. Polish Hill River is slightly cooler, ripening up to five weeks later.

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Selected by Lisa Halgren
Lisa Halgren

Paul Durdilly 2017 Beaujolais


Paul Durdilly 2017 Beaujolais

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Jane Eyre Cotes de Nuits Villages


Jane Eyre Cotes de Nuits Villages

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Annual Rose Revolution 2018


Spring is here and that means one thing here at PWS HQ, it's time for our Rose tasting again. This is one of our favourite tastings of the year and is now a firm part of our annual tasting schedule.

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Islands of the Mediterranean 2018


In Italy, the south and its islands are a curiosity; a mystery that is part of Italy and in equal part not! In many respects they are their own culture, their own country, their own blissful paradise removed from the rest of Italy and indeed Europe. The millenia of influences from the Greeks to the Romans and pretty much everyone else who sailed past makes for a fascinating history generally, but also a viticultural heritage that is one of the oldest in Europe.

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Selected by Michael McNamara
Michael McNamara

Stop the press 2014 Barolos New Reviews


Stop the press 2014 Barolos New Reviews

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Vino da Tavola – The People’s Wines of Italy Sydney


This lineup highlights some of these brilliant food wines which are often overlooked in the wine realm by the wine consigliere in their revelling in scores and reviews. These are the wines of the people, by the people and for drinking in true epicurean traditions: with friends and family.

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Selected by Lisa Halgren
Lisa Halgren

Bellene 2016 Bourgogne


"The wines are great, and it’s maybe one of my best vintage." NICOLAS POTEL

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Vilmart New Releases November 2018


Vilmart New Releases November 2018

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Mount Langi Talus Shiraz 2017


A maker of outstanding cool climate peppery Shiraz, crammed with flavour and vinosity, and very good Cabernet Sauvignon. The Shiraz has long pointed the way for cool climate examples of the variety. JAMES HALLIDAY

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Selected by Lisa Halgren
Lisa Halgren

Tokar Estate Shiraz 2017 – Trevor Mast Trophy Winner


Tokar Estate Shiraz 2017 - Trevor Mast Trophy Winner

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Selected by Myles Thomson
Myles Thomson

Wantirna Estate New Releases 2018


You don't need too many fingers to count the number of 'cult' wineries of the 1970s and early 1980s that are still in the hands of their original owners. Fewer still are actually performing better today than ever before. Wantirna Estate is one such winery and its modern success is a culmination of experience, the introduction of fresh ideas and a proven ability to learn. JEREMY OLIVER

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

James Halliday Chardonnay Challenge 2018


James Halliday Chardonnay Challenge 2018

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

New La Chantemerle Chablis 2017 Release


The eccentric François Boudin directs this 16 ha domaine. The approach here is serious with 100% manual harvesting, no commercial yeasts, no wood and a light filtration. BURGHOUND

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Montalto Pennon Hill Chardonnay 2017


Montalto Pennon Hill Chardonnay 2017

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Brunello 2013 Offer SYDNEY


If you want to experience the energy, elegance and ageworthy structure that first drew wine lovers and collectors to Brunello di Montalcino decades ago, then 2013 is your vintage...The top wines are stunning, with a radiance missed in many of the muscular, more approachable and higher alcohol Brunellos from recent vintages. The 2013s will require patience to reach their maximum potential. KERRIN O'KEEFE

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Selected by Michael McNamara
Michael McNamara

Guigal Cotes-du-Rhone 2015 – FINALLY


2015, Guigal describes it as "a monument" that has few peers in recent times. "It needs to be spoken of in the same terms as 1978, 1985 and 1991, for sure," he said, adding that he thinks the wines are destined to live an extremely long time without ever seriously closing down "because the harmony of fruit and tannins is perfect. It really has everything." JOSH RAYNOLDS, Vinous Media

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

New 2017 Single Site Pinots from Allies


New 2017 Single Site Pinots from Allies

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Selected by Prince Wine & Spirits
Prince Wine & Spirits

Vino di Tavola – The People’s Wines of Italy


This tasting will highlight some of these brilliant food wines which are often overlooked in the wine realm by the wine consigliere in their reveling in scores and reviews. These are the wines of the people, by the people and for drinking in true epicurean traditions: with friends and family.

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Show us some Skin


This line up of wines is a celebration of SKIN CONTACT and is in light of our tasting in Sydney.

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Selected by Lisa Halgren
Lisa Halgren

Rouet Rose 2017


Rouet Rose 2017

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Beaujolais Saturday 2018


Hot on the heels of the superb if atypically ripe and powerful 2015s, most 2016 Beaujolais are built along more classical lines, emphasizing lively, sharply delineated red fruit, floral and spice qualities and offering succulent early drinkability....

Thanks to a number of factors, including a recent eight-year run of very good to spectacular vintages (2012 being the sole weak link in the chain), worldwide demand for wines from top Beaujolais estates has been climbing steadily. JOSH RAYNOLDS

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

The Islands: Corsica, Sardinia & Aeolian Isles


This offer is in light of our 'Islands' tasting in Sydney, featuring a number of wines from the islands of Corsica in France, the Aeolian Isles, and Sardinia in Italy. Although different countries, these islands neighbour each other and are both home to some really impressive wines and native varieties.

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Selected by Lisa Halgren
Lisa Halgren

Rizzi Barbera 2015


Rizzi Barbera 2015

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Selected by Prince Wine & Spirits
Prince Wine & Spirits

Crawford River & Sebastian Crowther MS New Releases


Crawford River & Sebastian Crowther MS New Releases

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Selected by Prince Wine & Spirits
Prince Wine & Spirits

Cirillo 2017 Vincent Grenache


Cirillo 2017 Vincent Grenache

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Stars of the Loire


Loire wines are greatly appreciated locally and in Paris, but—with the famous exceptions of Sancerre and Pouilly-Fumé—are still widely underrated outside France. JANCIS ROBINSON

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Selected by Lisa Halgren
Lisa Halgren

Annual Champagne Offer 2018


Now in its twenty-second-year Prince Wine Store’s annual Champagne tasting always presents a great opportunity to taste a superb range of Champagnes from many of the greatest houses.

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Ata Rangi Crimson Pinot 2017 Offer


Ata Rangi Crimson Pinot 2017 Offer

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Dry River New Releases 2018


Dry River is one of the iconic New Zealand producers, its modern era commencing in 1979 when Neil and Dawn McCallum planted their first vines in the gravelly “Martinborough Terrace,” NEAL MARTIN in terms of quality Dry River Pinots are right up there. LISA PEROTTI BROWN, The Wine Advocate

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Selected by Lisa Halgren
Lisa Halgren

New Sato Releases 2018


New Sato Releases 2018

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Bandol Saturday Tasting


Provence has a number of more specific appellations, of which the most important is Bandol, known principally for its characterful, warmly spicy oaked reds made predominantly from Mourvèdre and dry rosés made mainly from Cinsaut and Grenache. JANCIS ROBINSON

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Selected by Lisa Halgren
Lisa Halgren

Wines of the Week for Grand Final Weekend


Wines of the Week for Grand Final Weekend

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Produttori del Barbaresco Cellar Offer 2018


Produttori del Barbaresco Cellar Offer 2018

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Born in the USA 2018


This line up features an exciting range of wines from the US including the iconic Ridge Vineyards with some of their new releases. We don't often get the opportunity in Australia to witness great American wines, so in light of our Sydney tasting 'Born in the USA' we are offering the wines for a limited time only.

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Selected by Lisa Halgren
Lisa Halgren

Eva Fricke 2017 Release


Eva Fricke 2017 Release

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Brunello 2013 Offer


If you want to experience the energy, elegance and ageworthy structure that first drew wine lovers and collectors to Brunello di Montalcino decades ago, then 2013 is your vintage...The top wines are stunning, with a radiance missed in many of the muscular, more approachable and higher alcohol Brunellos from recent vintages. The 2013s will require patience to reach their maximum potential. KERRIN O'KEEFE

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Selected by Michael McNamara
Michael McNamara

Collector Marked Tree Shiraz 2015


Owner and winemaker Alex McKay makes exquisitely detailed wines, bending to the dictates of inclement weather on his doorstep, heading elsewhere if need be. He is not known to speak much, and when he does, his voice is very quiet. So you have to remain alert to appreciate his unparalleled sense of humour. No such attention is needed for his wines, which are consistently excellent, their elegance appropriate for their maker. JAMES HALLIDAY

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Selected by Lisa Halgren
Lisa Halgren

2016 Stephane Aviron Beaujolais


2016 Stephane Aviron Beaujolais

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Paolo Scavino Masterclass


When it comes to Paolo Scavino you can’t go wrong, they are among the most consistently great producers in Piemonte. ROSCOE

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Selected by Lisa Halgren
Lisa Halgren

Christian Moreau 2017 Offer


There are a handful of famous producers in Chablis, and a larger number of emerging estates, but the few wineries are as overlooked as Christian Moreau. ANTONIO GALLONI Generally speaking, I find the 2017 vintage to hold more promise than the 2016 ... overall it is a vintage that may end up being the best since 2014. NEAL MARTIN, Vinous

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Selected by Lisa Halgren
Lisa Halgren

Keller Riesling Von der Fels Offer 2018


Keller Riesling Von der Fels Offer 2018

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Friends from the Yarra Valley: Mac Forbes, Toolangi & Caviste


This Saturday we welcome a few friends from the Yarra to the store: Mac Forbes, Toolangi and a new producer Caviste. Mac has produced outstanding 2017s – which his perhaps a little predictable given the combination of his track record of brilliant wines and the outstanding 2017 vintage in the Yarra Valley. Toolangi has recently cleaned up in the James Halliday Wine Companion and the tasting will feature the single block Reserve Chardonnay’s and Shiraz. Finally a long-standing colleague of PWS has made the shift into winemaking and is producing two ripper little wines from the Yarra – a Chardonnay and Syrah under the Lable of Caviste. David Manning’s day job is assistant winemaker at Ten Minutes by Tractor.

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Francesco Rinaldi and Guido Porro 2014 New Arrivals


The transformation that has taken place at Francesco Rinaldi over the last few years is truly remarkable. It wasn’t that long ago that the wines were harsh, lean and excessively austere, even within the context of traditionally made Barolo. Not any more. Today’s wines are cut with beautiful precision and show exceptional harmony. Even better, they won’t take decades to come around. ANTONIO GALLONI

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Selected by Michael McNamara
Michael McNamara

Ridgy-Didge Rieslings 2018


This offer is in light of our Aussie Riesling tasting in Sydney and features some of the best Rieslings coming out of Australia at the moment. While the likes of Alsace and Germany are stunning examplars, we think it's important to take a moment and appreciate how bloody good our local stuff is too.

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Selected by Lisa Halgren
Lisa Halgren

SC Pannell Tempranillo Touriga 2016


the future for the Pannells is limitless, the icon status of the label already established. JAMES HALLIDAY one of the greatest Australian winemakers ever to make wines in our age. NICK STOCK I’d volunteer that he’s one of the best winemakers in the country. GARY WALSH

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Selected by Lisa Halgren
Lisa Halgren

Moss Wood Offer 2018


Moss Wood is one of Australia's iconic producers and the first winery to be established in the Margaret River region. JOSH RAYNOLDS, Vinous The 2016 Pinot Noir has just been released along with the '17 Chardonnay. These wines sell out at the winery every year so particularly if you missed out last time, now's your chance to grab some.

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Selected by Lisa Halgren
Lisa Halgren

Twenty Magnums for 20% off


Bigger is Better Magnum 20% Off Sale

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Grenache, Garnacha & Cannonau Tasting 2018


In Spain and Australia we’ve seen new waves of producers emerging from Priorat, Monsant and the McLaren Vale. In both countries new life is being breathed into Old Vine plantings neglected and the wine making has shifted to a renewed focus on respecting Grenache’s most enticing: purity of aromatics and fruit. This collection brings together a collection of Grenache we've loved from around the world. From Spain we have wines from Terroir al Limit in Priorat - who produce aromatic wines of delicacy and nuance from Grenache and Carignan, plus the Capcanes Soils experiment from Monsant. Capcanes have bottled four Garnacha's from four different soils which they blend for their Lansendal wine. This is a fascinating experiment showing the different expressions of Grenache from different soil types. Finally we have Maestro Tajero a small project from outside Madrid. From McLaren Vale we have two of the top producers: Steven Pannel and Ministry of Clouds. Both source Grenache from Blewitt Springs where the sandier soils are planted with old vines. Pannell's single vineyard Grenache's are simply outstanding and Ministry of Clouds produce a delicious Tempranillo & Grenache Blend and a single vineyard Blewitt Springs Grenache which is aromatic and pure. From France we have a Cotes du Rhone Village from Domaine Fonte de Courtedune and the magnificent Marcoux Chateauneuf du Pape 2016 and we round the tasting out with the often ignored Grenache from Italy: Cannonau di Sardegna.

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Garagiste Merricks 2017 Offer


Garagiste Merricks 2017 Offer FIVE STARS – JAMES HALLIDAY All the wines are exceptional. JAMES HALLIDAY James Halliday, The Australian

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Oakridge 864 Chardonnay 2016 Release


Oakridge 864 chardonnays are among the best in the land as well as being at the stylistic cutting edge. HUON HOOKE, Gourmet Traveller Wine 

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Pooley & By Farr Tasting Sydney 2018


We can think of few better pinot producers in Australia. Both Pooley and By Farr have been producing outstanding wines for some years. While the By Farr label is perhaps more established in the consciousness of consumers, Pooley’s star is on the rise.

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Selected by Lisa Halgren
Lisa Halgren

Jasper Hill & Simao Tasting 2018


This weekend we will show the new releases from both Jasper Hill and Simao & Co. While Jasper Hill has established itself as one of the top producers of Victoria, Simon Killeen has struck out on his own and is producing great wines and now one of the countries top fortified wines.

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

2016 Burgundy Saturday Sydney 2018


The 2016s deserve a place in your cellars and there is no reason not to go heavy - I for one will be buying all that I can afford and find. More specifically, there are two aspects that I absolutely love about the 2016s which are those of the crystalline transparency to the underlying terroirs coupled with their refreshing drinkability.  One just feels like drinking the 2016s, in fact it's hard not to like them. BURGHOUND

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

New Macedon Crew 2018


Things are changing in them thar hills and there's a growing band of producers (both young and old) renovating and re imagining what's possible from the many mature sites across this region.

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Selected by Michael McNamara
Michael McNamara

Marcoux 2016 Offer


A truly rare vintage (99) THE WINE SPECTATOR

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Reichsrat Von Buhl Tasting 2018


Wine lovers who are looking for the finest dry Rieslings of the 2015 vintage in Germany shouldn't miss the exceptional wines from Reichsrat von Buhl. Mathieu Kauffmann, born in Sélestat/Alsace and chef du cave at Bollinger in the Champagne for many years, is about to bottle an outstanding series of dry Rieslings. Lead by the Forster Riesling GGs Pechstein and Ungeheuer, these two wines are two of the greatest dry German Rieslings I can remember. STEPHAN REINHARDT, The Wine Advocate

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

The Art of Grappa – Nonino Masterclass


There are a handful of well-respected Italian brands out there, but Nonino was one of the first to redeem grappa’s good name as a sophisticated spirit back in the ’70s by producing single-grape grappas, made from just one varietal. You might also know them from their Amaro Nonino, which happens to be one of my favorite amari on the market. ANDREW KNOWLTON, Bon Appetit

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Selected by Lisa Halgren
Lisa Halgren

Burgundy Saturday 2018


The 2016s deserve a place in your cellars and there is no reason not to go heavy - I for one will be buying all that I can afford and find. BURGHOUND

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Heritiers Comtes Lafon Macon-Milly Lamartine 2016


Dominique Lafon began his Mâconnais adventure in 1999 with seven hectares of vines; he now owns or controls nearly 25. “We don’t make Mâconnais wines to age a long time; we like them young and fruity.” Lafon himself is fond of saying that “We don’t make little Meursaults here; we do great Mâconnais wines." STEPHEN TANZER, Vinous Producer of some of the world’s best white wines. STEPHEN BROOK, Decanter

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Selected by Lisa Halgren
Lisa Halgren

Clonakilla Ripper Releases Syrah 2016 & Hilltops 2017


What does it take to produce and icon wine? The simple answer once you peel back all the layers of marketing is you need a special patch of dirt, good viticulture and nuanced winemaking. The monika can also communicate a sense of being "once great" and living "off the proceeds" and under the shadow of past glories. I don’t think any of the wines from Clonakilla fit the above definition but they certainly are icons: Tim Kirk has virtually singlehandedly stamped the Canberra district with his cool climate Shiraz Viognier and the small batch Syrahs.

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Jamsheed and Graillot Offer


Four producers, with a focus on cool-climate Syrah from four different regions. Alain Graillot, Alain's son's label - Maxime Graillot, Graillot - an Aussie (Heathcote) collaboration between Alain Graillot and Robert Walters and Luke Lambert, and Jamsheed wines from the Yarra.

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Selected by Lisa Halgren
Lisa Halgren

Leroy Bourgogne Double 2018


Leroy Bourgogne Double 2018

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Felsina Chianti Classico Riserva Rancia 2015


Felsina have made perhaps their best CC in over a decade. Coming off the high perch they occupy in terms of quality and standing in the region, that is really saying that the 2015s coming off this celebrated property are very likely some of the best wines ever made here.

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Selected by Michael McNamara
Michael McNamara

Malbec & Meats Saturday Tasting


Malbec & Meats Saturday Tasting

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Selected by Lisa Halgren
Lisa Halgren

Dr Edge Tasmania Pinot Noir 2017


After having worked as a winemaker for Petaluma, Peter Dredge moved to Tasmania in 2009, spending 7 years within the Accolade group, becoming chief winemaker at Bay of Fires. He moved proactively to become a consultant and self-employed winemaker to shortcircuit the uncertainty then existing around Accolade and its future. In '15 he sourced a small amount of pinot noir from Joe Holyman of Stoney Rise and Gerald Ellis of Meadowbank to start his own label. He made the wine at Moorilla as a contract client with sole control of the winemaking process. In '15, during vintage, the Ellis family, owners of Meadowbank, approached Pete to form a partnership to relaunch Meadowbank. As part of the deal, Meadowbank gave Pete a sole lease arrangement to 1.5ha of pinot noir from the '16 vintage and onwards. JAMES HALLIDAY

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Selected by Prince Wine & Spirits
Prince Wine & Spirits

Joh Jos Prum 2016 Rieslings Tasting 2018


Katharina Prüm had just given birth when I visited her family’s estate in late July 2017, and for the first time in a number of years, only a single Prüm was on hand to present the wines – namely, Katharina’s mother, Amei, who is uncannily able to identify the estate’s wines blind, and is reminded by 2016 of 1998.

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

GD Vajra New Arrivals


It's hard to believe that the Vajra family keep raising the bar. The 2014s are strong across the board especially within the context of the vintage but the flagship Bricco delle Viole is a truly special, moving wine. ANTONIO GALLONI

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Selected by Michael McNamara
Michael McNamara

Jamsheed Single Vineyard Syrahs 2016


There’s a brilliance to them, and brilliance is at its best when it has a clear use. Jamsheed has burned itself away from the ruck and is now a leading producer. CAMPBELL MATTINSON, The Wine Front

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Selected by Lisa Halgren
Lisa Halgren

Mornington Mini-Epo – Moorooduc, Ocean Eight Main Ridge & Polperro


Mornington Mini-Epo - Moorooduc, Ocean Eight Main Ridge & Polperro

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Super Rhone Masterclass Sydney


The growing season was warm during the day, but cool at night, with an unusually large diurnal swing, leading to slow, even ripening across all varietals while maintaining acidity. Reds are laden with fruit, yet extremely racy and fresh in feel. A truly rare vintage (99) THE WINE SPECTACTOR

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Selected by Lisa Halgren
Lisa Halgren

Leflaive Macon-Verze 2016 Offer


Domaine Leflaive is an icon of white Burgundy. JAMES LAWTHER Anne-Claude Leflaive led the way to the now-widespread adoption of biodynamic viticulture in Burgundy. JANCIS ROBINSON

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Selected by Lisa Halgren
Lisa Halgren

Joh Jos Prum 2016 Riesling New Arrivals


This vintage strikes me as an ideal one for showcasing the virtues of Prüm Kabinett – not that wines of higher Prädikat are unimpressive. DAVID SCHILDKNECHT, Vinous

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Burgundy 2016 Round Two Offer


The 2016s deserve a place in your cellars and there is no reason not to go heavy – I for one will be buying all that I can afford and find. BURGHOUND

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Festa del Barolo SYDNEY


What's not to love about Piemonte. The breathtaking scenery, the incredible food, friendly people and most importantly the home of the greatest wines in Italy.

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Selected by Michael McNamara
Michael McNamara

Dirty Three, Onannon & Precipice New Releases


This week we welcome a slightly disparate collection of winemakers to the store to show some of their new releases. The theme is frankly great wines.

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Domaine de Bellene Bourgogne Rouge 2016


Domaine de Bellene Bourgogne Rouge 2016

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Correggia Roero 2015 Offer


Correggia Roero 2015 Offer

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Frankland Estate New Release 2017


One of Australia's elite Riesling producers, Frankland Estate produces small quantities of vibrant, mineral-drenched wines that are often difficult to track down in export markets owing to stiff demand from the home market. JOSH RAYNOLDS, Vinous

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Selected by Lisa Halgren
Lisa Halgren

Burgundy 2016 Round One


2016s deserve a place in your cellars and there is no reason not to go heavy – I for one will be buying all that I can afford and find. BURGHOUND

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Festa del Barolo Super Saturday


What's not to love about Piemonte. The breathtaking scenery, the incredible food, friendly people and most importantly the home of the greatest wines in Italy. What’s more we are living in the greatest epoch in this region's storied history. At no time before have the wines delivered so much pleasure, value and excitement.

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Selected by Michael McNamara
Michael McNamara

Canberra District Tasting Sydney 2018


If you've never tried wines from Canberra District ... in the southern part of NSW around the city of Canberra, you are truly missing out on some of the most exciting new wines coming out of Australia today. LISA PERROTTI-BROWN, The Wine Advocate

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Selected by Lisa Halgren
Lisa Halgren

Yabby Lake Pinot Noir 2017 Offer


The winemaking philosophy at Yabby Lake is expression over impression, crafting wines that reflect the spirit of the season and vineyard. JAMES HALLIDAY

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Selected by Lisa Halgren
Lisa Halgren

Champagne Clearance SYDNEY


In celebration of Bastille Day we are having a massive Champagne clearance sale, offering selected Champagnes & Sparklings at an incredible price!

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Selected by Lisa Halgren
Lisa Halgren

Super Rhone POD Tasting Offer


The growing season was warm during the day, but cool at night, with an unusually large diurnal swing, leading to slow, even ripening across all varietals while maintaining acidity. Reds are laden with fruit, yet extremely racy and fresh in feel. A truly rare vintage (99) THE WINE SPECTACTOR

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Rhone Valley Super Saturday 2018


The growing season was warm during the day, but cool at night, with an unusually large diurnal swing, leading to slow, even ripening across all varietals while maintaining acidity. Reds are laden with fruit, yet extremely racy and fresh in feel. A truly rare vintage (99) THE WINE SPECTACTOR

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Bastille Day Sydney Tasting 2018


Bastille Day symbolizes the overthrow of the monarchy and the beginning of a new French Republic. For us, it is a day to celebrate all things vinous and French, so we have put together a line up of French wines from several different regions for you to join in on the celebration!

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Selected by Lisa Halgren
Lisa Halgren

Domaine la Roubine Sablet 2016


It's mostly even better than the highly praised 2015 crop and this makes it truly a vintage 'not to miss' MATT WALLS, Decanter Magazine

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Ravensworth New Release Whites 2018


Ravensworth winemaker Bryan Martin does it all – the full epicurean deal. So his wines tend to be all the more gastronomic, if you get my gist. MIKE BENNIE

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Selected by Lisa Halgren
Lisa Halgren

The Dynamic Duo


Vilmart and Pierre Peters Offer 2018

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Elio Grasso Barolo 2014 Offer


Over the last decade or so, Grasso has stepped up quality in a meaningful way. There seems to be no limit where this small family-run estate can go from here. ANTONIO GALLONI

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Pooley & By Farr New Releases 2018


Pooley & By Farr New Releases 2018

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Dark Horses of the Hunter


Dark Horses of the Hunter

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Selected by Lisa Halgren
Lisa Halgren

Burgundy New Arrivals June 2018


There are two aspects that I absolutely love about the 2016s which are those of the crystalline transparency to the underlying terroirs coupled with their refreshing drinkability. One just feels like drinking the 2016s, in fact it’s hard not to like them. BURGHOUND

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Hurley New Releases – Spectacular 2016s


Hurley New Releases - Spectacular 2016s

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

2018 Coursodon New Releases


2018 Coursodon New Releases

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

End of Line Wines


End of Line Wines

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Brunello Dinner at Kindred 2018


This offer is from our recent Brunello dinner at Kindred restaurant in Sydney. The dinner showcased Brunello from Conti Costanti, Valdicava, Cannalichio di Sopra, San Filippo and Il Marroneto.

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Selected by Lisa Halgren
Lisa Halgren

Young Gun of Wine People’s Choice Award 2018


The annual Young Gun of Wine Awards searches for, showcases and celebrates Australia’s young guns of wine. This may be the best and most diverse top 12 in the history of Young Guns of Wine. There are producers of all styles and regions with representatives from virtually every major (and a few minor) regions of the country. We’ve got winemakers pushing the edges of what wine is! This is a great glimpse into what the next generation are doing and the shape of wine to come! We've listed the final 12 below.

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Selected by Prince Wine & Spirits
Prince Wine & Spirits

World Cup 2018: France vs Australia


In light of the 2018 World Cup, we have decided to rally up what we think are some of the best representations of Shiraz/Syrah from Australia and France and put them up against each other. With some extremely top end producers such as Giaconda, Bests, Ogier, Yeringberg, Yann Chave, Craiglee and more, it's going to be a sensational tasting. Who will sweep to victory? Let the game begin.

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Selected by Lisa Halgren
Lisa Halgren

Tenuta di Trinoro Masterclass


Tenuta di Trinoro is the brainchild of the prodigiously talented, Andrea Franchetti, who is also responsible for the wines of Passopisciaro on Mt Etna. Trinoro is a tiny estate in the south of Tuscany dedicated to the exploitation of the Bordeaux varieties. This masterclass will feature eight wines from the estate and will be hosted by Letizia Patane from the estate.

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Selected by Lisa Halgren
Lisa Halgren

Pooley New Releases 2018


Pooley New Releases 2018

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Selected by Michael McNamara
Michael McNamara

Yann Chave 2016 Pre Arrival Offer


Yann Chave has risen to a new level with 2016 vintage. When Magda and I visited in March the wines where singing. ALEX WILCOX

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Selected by Alex Wilcox
Alex Wilcox

Burgundy 2016 Bellene & Jane Eyre Sydney


Burgundy 2016 Bellene & Jane Eyre Sydney

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Burgundy 2016 Bellene & Ben Leroux New Arrivals


Happily, Burgundy-loving civilians, who are naturally more concerned with the price and availability of their favorite wines than with the challenges of producing them, will derive great pleasure from the precise, perfumed, suavely tannic 2016s from the outset. STEPHEN TANZER

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Burguet 2016 Pre Arrival Offer


one of the most consistent in Burgundy. BURGHOUND 

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Bilancia New Releases 2018


If there's one syrah every fan needs to try it is this from the maestro of Hawkes Bay, Warren Gibson. BEN EDWARDS

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Burn Cottage New Release Offer


Remarkable site that the fruit is grown on here. Verdant, buzzy with Bambi-like scenes of animals and flowers and insects and stuff. Biodynamic farming loads of care, a selected place to grow great grapes...MIKE BENNIE

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Selected by Prince Wine & Spirits
Prince Wine & Spirits

Freeman & Valpolicella – New World vs. Old World


In short, these are some of the most compelling Italianate wines I’ve ever tasted from the New World. JOE CZERWINSKI, THE WINE ADVOCATE (on Freeman Vineyard)

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Selected by Alex Wilcox
Alex Wilcox

Ogier Cote Rotie 2015 Arrival Offer


Over the last decade or so, Stephane Ogier has raised the bar in just about every way possible for his estate in Côte Rôtie. Today, the estate is unquestionably in the top handful of domaines in the Rhône Valley. JEB DUNNUCK, The Wine Advocate

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Ogier La Rosine 2015 Wine of the Week


“Richer than 2010 and fresher than 2009” is the way Stéphane Ogier summed up the 2015 vintage. JOSH RAYNOLDS, Vinous

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Bordeaux en primeur 2017


Following the huge success of the 2015 and 2016 vintages Bordeaux experienced something of a re-calibration with 2017 having dropped their prices around 10-20%. This is good news for Bordeaux collectors as prices remain competitive.

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Our Mates Tasting 2018


A shameless plug for our mates wines. We don't hang out with people who don't make great wine.

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Sicily Awakens – Mount Etna 2018 Sydney


Sicily is such a hypnotic and different place. The island boasts a history punctuated by a revolving door of ruling empires over the centuries that has layered the culture, food, art and way of life (not to mention a fiercely independent people) with such uniqueness that it exists as a kind of country within a country.

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Selected by Michael McNamara
Michael McNamara

The Soils of Spain – Spanish Terroir Tasting


The Soils of Spain - Spanish Terroir Tasting

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

San Filippo Brunello


San Filippo Brunello

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Selected by Michael McNamara
Michael McNamara

Craiglee Shiraz 2014 Offer


One of the finest cool climate Shirazs in Australia.  JAMES HALLIDAY

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Bordeaux 2015 New Arrivals 2018 SYDNEY


I was very pleased with my tastings of the 2015s from bottle. So many wines were more convincing than they were from barrel, showing once again that trying to understand the quality and potential of wines that are six months old when they are presented during the en primeur campaign is at best an inexact science. Specifically, I was impressed by how much freshness and structure the 2015s show today. ANTONIO GALLONI

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Sorrenberg 2017 New Releases Offer


“I always reckon if you keep at what you do you’re probably going to be trendy three times in your life… It’s better to grow varieties that suit the environment you are in than what the latest trends are.” BARRY MOREY, Sorrenberg

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Selected by Prince Wine & Spirits
Prince Wine & Spirits

Bordeaux 2015 New Arrivals 2018


Two thousand fifteen has turned out to be a fabulous vintage for Bordeaux. A dry, hot summer followed by late-season rains introduced a degree of variability in some of Bordeaux’s main appellations, but where sites were well positioned to cope with those challenges, the wines are absolutely thrilling. ANTONIO GALLONI

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Empire Strikes Back 2016


The resultant wines are more elegant and classic in profile than the richer 2015's. JANCIS ROBINSON MW

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Beaucastel 2015 Offer


The 2015 wines possess more firmness than other examples from the region, which means that they should age very well, which is always a hallmark of this iconic estate. JOSH RAYNOLDS, Vinous

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Songs of the South – Mount Etna 2018


I think Sicilian wine is incredibly exciting. The wines have something. There’s a humanity and voice in these wines that I don’t think can be replicated anywhere else in Italy. They are as diverse and enveloping as the people and the labyrinthine culture.

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Selected by Michael McNamara
Michael McNamara

New Staff Picks Sydney 2018


New Staff Picks Sydney 2018

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Selected by Prince Wine & Spirits
Prince Wine & Spirits

Best’s Bin 1 & Bin 0 New Releases


Best’s winery and vineyards are among Australia’s best-kept secrets. Indeed the vineyards, with vines dating back to 1868, have secrets that may never be revealed: for example, one of the vines planted in the Nursery Block has defied identification and is thought to exist nowhere else in the world. JAMES HALLIDAY

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Selected by Prince Wine & Spirits
Prince Wine & Spirits

Bonhomme Vire Clesse Vieilles Vignes 2016


A step up in intensity. STEPHEN TANZER

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Macedon in Sydney – Bindi & Shadowfax


Macedon in Sydney - Bindi & Shadowfax

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Jasper Hill & Chapoutier PLUS Proud Wines


We are delighted to welcome Emily Laughton and Stuart Proud to the store for the new releases of Cambrian La Pleiade, Agly Brothers, (joint venture of Jasper Hill and M. Chapoutier) with Proud Wines (Stuart Prouds side label).

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

La Prova Adelaide Hill Essendon 2018


The popularity of Sam Scott’s La Prova label is the result of a combination of innovation, awareness, site-selection, authenticity and value. These are Sam’s site and varietal trials, where he applies some modern and original methodology to what he’s learnt of how these Italian varieties are made at their origins.

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Selected by Chris Kloss
Chris Kloss

Querciabella 2015 Chianti The Return of the King


Readers won’t want to miss the top 2015s. ANTONIO GALLONI

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Glaetzer Bishop Shiraz 2016 Wine of the Week


Glaetzer Bishop Shiraz 2016 Wine of the Week

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Reed Wines 2017 Offer You Want These


Reed Wines 2017 Offer You Want These!

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Neudorf Rosies Block Chardonnay 2016


Neudorf Chardonnay has long been one of New Zealand's greatest white wines. MICHAEL COOPER, Wine Atlas of New Zealand

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Pinot Noir Month Part 3 – European Pinot Noir


Pinot Noir Month Part 3 - European Pinot Noir

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Selected by Chris Kloss
Chris Kloss

An Afternoon in Tuscany 2018 Sydney


The 2015 vintage presents consumers with a tremendous opportunity to acquire fine, cellar worthy wines without spending a fortune. In 2015, the warm growing season yielded rich, sumptuous Chianti Classicos with great depth and intensity.  ANTONIO GALLONI

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Selected by Alex Wilcox
Alex Wilcox

New and Old – Yeringberg & Commune of Buttons


New and Old - Yeringberg & Commune of Buttons

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Guigal Cotes du Rhone 2014


I have almost unlimited admiration for the Guigals and their ability to produce millions of bottles of inexpensive Cotes du Rhones that are among the finest of the entire Rhone Valley... ROBERT PARKER

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

A Rodda New Releases Greatest to Date


The Greatest Release To Date From One of Our Top Chardonnay Producers

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Mac Forbes New Release Tasting 2018


Mac Forbes New Release Tasting 2018

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

A new vintage of Paul Durdilly Beaujolais


We have been importing this little ripper since the 2008 vintage and it has become a firm favourite with PWS regulars over the years. Great, every day drinking Beaujolais has few rivals in the “what should I drink on a Tuesday night” category and Durdilly consistently hits that magic mark where it sells for a very sharp price and always punches well above its weight.

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

A Taste of Tuscan Royalty in the POD 2018


A Taste of Tuscan Royalty in the POD 2018

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Selected by Michael McNamara
Michael McNamara

Yeringberg Majestic 2015s


Guill de Pury and daughter Sandra, with Guill's wife Katherine in the background, make wines for the new millennium from the low-yielding vines re-established in the heart of what was one of the most famous (and infinitely larger) vineyards of the 19th century. In the riper years, the red wines have a velvety generosity of flavour rarely encountered, while never losing varietal character; the long-lived Marsanne Roussanne takes students of history back to Yeringberg's fame in the 19th century. JAMES HALLIDAY

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

An Afternoon in Tuscany 2018


The 2015 vintage presents consumers with a tremendous opportunity to acquire fine, cellar worthy wines without spending a fortune. In 2015, the warm growing season yielded rich, sumptuous Chianti Classicos with great depth and intensity. Vintages like 2015 tend to raise the quality of entry-level wines. That is exactly what has happened with the 2015 Chianti Classicos. The finest examples can be had for $25-30 a bottle and will drink well for twenty years or more. Smart consumers will to snap up the best of these wines by the case. ANTONIO GALLONI

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Selected by Michael McNamara
Michael McNamara

Volcanic Duo – SRC and Envinate


Volcanic Duo - SRC and Envinate

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Selected by Jesper Kjaersgaard
Jesper Kjaersgaard

Pinot Month Part 2 – Australian Pinot Noir Tasting 2018


Pinot Month Part 2 - Australian Pinot Noir Tasting 2018

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Selected by Chris Kloss
Chris Kloss

The New South Africa 2018


"A winning combination of better viticulture, the development of new wine regions and the emergence of a young generation of wine-making talent make South Africa the most dynamic wine-producing country in the world right now,” TIM ATKIN MW

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Moss Wood Cabernet Sauvignon 2015


“We keep accurate records of vintage conditions and we have never had two seasons so alike as 2014 and 2015. The similarities between temperature, rainfall, season length and ripeness are remarkable." KEITH MUGFORD

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Selected by Jesper Kjaersgaard
Jesper Kjaersgaard

Bordeaux 2015 pre arrival


The 2015 Bordeaux wines are on the water and this is the last chance to secure ex-ship pricing. The good news is the press have released their reviews of the 2015s from bottle and the vintage has lived up to the accolades. Both Antonio Galloni and Neal Martin have released the majority of their in-bottle notes and they are glowing.

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

New Zealand & USA Pinot Noir Tasting


New Zealand & USA Pinot Noir Tasting

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Selected by Chris Kloss
Chris Kloss

Clare Valley Mini Expo SYDNEY


This Saturday we will hold a Clare Valley Mini Expo. The 2017 Rieslings are fantastic: the vintage has shaped up to be one of the greats: the long even ripening and late picking dates ensured rieslings of power worthy of cellaring, but are absolutely delicious now.

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Selected by Jesper Kjaersgaard
Jesper Kjaersgaard

Three producers in-store: Fletcher, Mont Redon & Gutierrez Colosia


Three producers in-store: Fletcher, Mont Redon & Gutierrez Colosia

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Vilmart 2018 Offer


simply put, these are majestic wines that no one who loves fine Champagne will want to be without. ANTONIO GALLONI

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Domaine de Bellene 2015 Bourgogne Rouge Offer


'Outstanding, Top Value’ BURGHOUND

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Allies Assemblage Pinot 2017


A former chef and sommelier, David Chapman began Allies in 2003 while working at Moorooduc Estate. He makes Pinot Noir, emphasising the diversity of the Mornington Peninsula by making a number of wines sourced from different districts. JAMES HALLIDAY

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Duemani Offer 2018


Duemani Pre Arrival Offer

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Loire Saturday tasting SYDNEY 2018


The Loire valley has always been a place for wine lovers to find (relative) bargains, especially compared to it's more famed cousins such as Bordeaux and Burgundy.

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Selected by Jesper Kjaersgaard
Jesper Kjaersgaard

Tasmania Mini Expo 2018


I am sure that at some stage most of us have fancied a move down to Tasmania...

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Selected by Chris Kloss
Chris Kloss

SC Pannell Field ST


Stephen Pannell clearly doesn't need any introduction and he has quietly worked his way to Icon status in the Australian Wine Industry. Twice named McLaren Vale Bushing King, Gourmet Traveler Winemaker of the year 2015, International Red Winemaker of the Year at the International Wine Challenge in London, twice collecting the Jimmy Watson Memorial Trophy at the Royal Melbourne Wine Show.

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Selected by Jesper Kjaersgaard
Jesper Kjaersgaard

Jane Eyre & Giant Steps New Releases


We welcome both Steve Famsteed and Jane Eyre to the store to show their new releases. Both Jane and Steve are at the top of their game.

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Sailor Seeks Horse Pinot Noir 2016


Campbell Mattinson sums it up well: Some of Tasmania’s finest. Beautiful

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Two Icons of The Southern Rhone 2015 Offer


There are striking wines to be had at every price point in 2015. JOSH RAYNOLDS

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Montalto wines current release tasting 2018


This Saturday we check in with the Montalto winery current releases. Just while the team is picking grapes in the vineyard for vintage 2018, they have been quietly collecting some gongs for their previous vintages.

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Selected by Chris Kloss
Chris Kloss

Keller 2016 Offer


Those wines are the German montrachets. JANCIS ROBINSON MW

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

The Iberian tasting Sydney 2018


The Iberian tasting Sydney 2018

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Selected by Jesper Kjaersgaard
Jesper Kjaersgaard

Two Tonne Tasmania TMV 2017


Ricky Evans, winemaker, is a thoughtful, rising star out of the north of Taswegia, working by day at Bay of Fires, by night tending to this excellent start up. The wine sees low new oak, some portions go longer on skins, there’s 25% whole bunch, and is bottled unfiltered and unfined. MIKE BENNIE, The Wine Front 2017

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Juwel 2016 Riesling


Last year, we introduced you to a young winemaker creating headlines in Rheinhessen. Juliane Eller’s Juwel Riesling 2016 has just arrived and if you were one of the lucky one’s that managed to get some of the 2015 before it sold out you understand the buzz surrounding her. Having worked closely with Klaus-Peter Keller, she returned home at the age of 23 to take the reigns of her family estate.

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Selected by Jesper Kjaersgaard
Jesper Kjaersgaard

Rhone Tasting with Stephane Ogier


Stephane Ogier, young superstar from the Rhone Valley will be in-store for a Masterclass (booking required). Stephane will join us in the main tasting hall and pour his wines before the Masterclass and of course we will continue pouring his wines along some of our other Rhone Valley favourites.

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Selected by Jesper Kjaersgaard
Jesper Kjaersgaard

The best from the Tasting Table March


The best from the Tasting Table March

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Zind Humbrecht Pinot Blanc 2016


Zind Humbrecht Pinot Blanc 2016

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Pieropan Calvarino 2015 Offer


Pieropan is one of the great names in Soave. The straight Soave is typically one of the great values in Italy, while the higher-end bottlings have proven to age quite beautifully, the Calvarino in particular. ANTONIO GALLONI

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Rizzi 2014 Barbaresco Pre Arrival Offer


The finest 2014 Barbarescos are bright and medium in body, with lively acidity, striking aromatics and tons of energy. ANTONIO GALLONI

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Selected by Michael McNamara
Michael McNamara

Ravensworth New Releases 2018


Ravensworth New Releases 2018

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Selected by Jesper Kjaersgaard
Jesper Kjaersgaard

Alternative Australia – A walk down the unfamiliar path.


At Prince Wine Store, we are very lucky to be exposed to new wines almost daily. Over the last couple of years, we have seen wines made from more alternative grapes increase in numbers.

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Selected by Jesper Kjaersgaard
Jesper Kjaersgaard

Timo Mayer New Releases Tasting


Timo Mayer New Releases Tasting

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Selected by Chris Kloss
Chris Kloss

Ogier & Paradise IV with Stephane Ogier & Doug Neal


Ogier & Paradise IV with Stephane Ogier & Doug Neal

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Unico Zelo CRU New Releases 2018


Unico Zelo CRU New Releases 2018

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Selected by Jesper Kjaersgaard
Jesper Kjaersgaard

Collector Marked Tree Red Shiraz 2014


Alex McKay makes exquisitely detailed wines. JAMES HALLIDAY

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Huet 2016 Release


No matter what the vintage or the wine style (including sparkling), the quality [chez Domaine Huet] is always extraordinary and clearly reflects the excellence of their terroirs. La Revue du Vin de France

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Savaterre New Release tasting


Savaterre New Release tasting

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Selected by Prince Wine & Spirits
Prince Wine & Spirits

New Italian Container POD Tasting 2018


New Italian Container POD Tasting 2018

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Selected by Michael McNamara
Michael McNamara

New Italian Container Tasting 2018


New Italian Container Tasting 2018

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Selected by Michael McNamara
Michael McNamara

Paradise IV Dardel 2016


They will help to redefine Australian shiraz into the next decade and beyond. JEREMY OLIVER

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Yarra Valley – Mac Forbes, Medhurst and Luke Lambert SYDNEY


The Yarra is coming to Sydney. This Saturday we will be looking at new releases from Mac Forbes, Luke Lambert and Sim Steele. Three brilliant young (-ish) winemakers making their mark in the Yarra.

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Selected by Jesper Kjaersgaard
Jesper Kjaersgaard

Petrolo New Arrivals 2018


There are plenty of highlights in this new set of releases from Petrolo...The 2015 (Torrione) is a winner. Don’t miss it. ANTONIO GALLONI, January 2018

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Selected by Michael McNamara
Michael McNamara

Sir Winston Churchill 2006


I'd be jumping on as many 2006s as I could afford right now, especially if I were the type of Champagne lover who likes these wines fresh and invigorating. ANTONIO GALLONI A highlight of the season. (97) TYSON STELZER, Champagne Guide

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

2016 Alsace Offer The Empire Strikes Back


the resultant wines are more elegant and classic in profile than the richer 2015s. JANCIS ROBINSON MW

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Yarra Yering Tasting with Sarah Offer


She has made red wines of the highest imaginable quality from her first vintage, and to the delight of many, myself included, has offered all the wines with screwcaps. For good measure, she introduced the '14 Light Dry Red Pinot Shiraz as a foretaste of that vintage, and an affirmation of the exceptional talent recognised by her being named Winemaker of the Year in the Wine Companion 2017. JAMES HALLIDAY 

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Warramate Tasting Offer 2018


FIVE STARS A long-established and perfectly situated winery reaping the full benefits of its 47-year-old vines; recent plantings have increased production. All the wines are well made, the Shiraz providing further proof (if such be needed) of the suitability of the variety to the region. In 2011 Warramate was purchased by the partnership that owns the adjoining Yarra Yering. JAMES HALLIDAY’S WINE COMPANION

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Brash Higgins New Releases


We are very happy to showcase the wines of Brash Higgins and Brad  Hickey's stunning 2017 releases are really something to get excited about. The eclectic mix is a testament to Brad's enthusiam to go to great lengths to try different techniques and grape varietals in McLaren Vale.

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Selected by Chris Kloss
Chris Kloss

New Californian Arrivals 2018


The best 2015s are exotic, viscerally thrilling wines endowed with phenomenal purity, depth and intensity. ANTONIO GALLONI

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Selected by Michael McNamara
Michael McNamara

Robert Weil 2016s Offer


Weil is widely seen as the jewel of Rheingau. JANCIS ROBINSON The famous blue label of the estate has become the symbol of the highest quality of German wines. Only a few wine estates can boast such a continual and high level of overall quality. MICHEL BETTANE & THIERRY DESSEAUVE, GREAT WINES OF THE WORLD

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Selected by Prince Wine & Spirits
Prince Wine & Spirits

Luke Lambert 2017 Release


Luke Lambert is a genius. One of the most gifted winemakers in the country. GARY WALSH, THE WINE FRONT In my view 2017 was the perfect harvest, a 10 out of 10. I wonder how many more like that I'll get in the rest of my career making wine. LUKE LAMBERT

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Selected by Jesper Kjaersgaard
Jesper Kjaersgaard

Eden Road new releases 2018


Eden Road new releases 2018

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Selected by Prince Wine & Spirits
Prince Wine & Spirits

Riesling for Breakfast Tasting 2018


What better way to kick off the 2018 tasting program than with Riesling Riesling for Breakfast! Could there be anything better?! Throw in five of the world's greatest producers and a selection of 30 wines from Australia and Germany and it becomes even more compelling.

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Alsace Expo 2018 SYDNEY


We welcome you back to Prince Wine Store's Saturday Tastings with a bang. The theme for this Saturday is Alsace. Alsace, home to some of the most beautiful and fragrant aromatic wines, have somehow become a bit forgotten with the rise of crisp and dry whites in general and the on-going German Riesling boom in particular.

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Selected by Prince Wine & Spirits
Prince Wine & Spirits

Fontaleoni Vernaccia di San Gimignano Offer


Fontaleoni Vernaccia di San Gimignano Offer

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Tolpuddle 2016 Chardonnay Offer


If ever a winery was born with blue blood in its veins, Tolpuddle would have to be it. JAMES HALLIDAY 97 POINTS AND VOTED BEST TASMANIAN WINE IN THE 2017 JAMES HALLIDAY CHARDONNAY CHALLENGE

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Vieux Telegraphe 2015 Release


Vieux Telegraphe 2015 Release

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Red Spot Super Specials – 25% OFF Selected Half-Dozen and Dozens lots only


Red Spot Super Specials - 25% OFF Selected Half-Dozen and Dozens lots only

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Selected by Michael McNamara
Michael McNamara

Francois Chidaine le Chenin d’Ailleurs 2016 Wine of the Week


François Chidaine is one of my favorite winemakers in the world. There are times when I can imagine drinking only his wines for the rest of my life. PETER LIEM

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Rhone Cellar Offer Jan 2018


Rhone Cellar Offer Jan 2018

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Selected by Alex Wilcox
Alex Wilcox

Burgundy Cellar Offer Jan 2018


Burgundy Cellar Offer Jan 2018

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Selected by Alex Wilcox
Alex Wilcox

Italian Cellar Offer Jan 2018


Italian Cellar Offer Jan 2018

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Selected by Alex Wilcox
Alex Wilcox

Bordeaux Cellar Offer Jan 2018


Bordeaux has a reputation as one of the greatest wine regions in the world and the reason for this is that for a very long time it has produced wines that look good when they are young but improve greatly with age. Even before the 1844 classification on the Grand Cru Classe the wines of the Medoc where bought, shipped and cellared all over the world.

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Selected by Prince Wine & Spirits
Prince Wine & Spirits

Stargazer New Releases


After longer stints as winemaker at Wirra Wirra and Tower Estate, Samantha Connew founded her brand, Stargazer in Coal River, Tasmania. Add a Gold Medal Winning Chardonnay, an Alsatian blend of Gewurztraminer, Pinot Gris, Riesling and a cool, juicy Pinot Meunier/Pinot Noir blend – and you have Samantha’s new releases.

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Selected by Jesper Kjaersgaard
Jesper Kjaersgaard

Staff Picks Sydney 2017


Every year we taste a lot of wine. Many of the things we get to see are very good, some are great and a few are sublime. While it is often not possible to say what the greatest wine we may have drunk over a 12-month period may be, it is possible to narrow down the field and select some of those wines that pushed our buttons in 2017.

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Selected by Alex Wilcox
Alex Wilcox

Staff and Customer Picks Melbourne 2017


For the final tasting of 2017 each staff member has selected a wine which, for whatever reason, made them go back for more this year... the result is an eclectic mix from around the world.

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Mature Bordeaux for Christmas 2017


We have just received a parcel of mature Bordeaux sourced from the estates for Christmas. I’ve selected these wines based on tastings over the last year and there is an excellent spread of prices and vintages.

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Vilmart & Andre Clouet Back in stock


Just in time for Christmas two of our favourite Champagnes are back in stock – Vilmart Grande Reserve NV and Andre Clouet Grande Reserve NV!

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Annual Sparkling Shiraz Tasting 2017 SYDNEY


We all love the festive season. Loads to eat, parties to attend, friends to see, BBQs, Beaches and of course Bubbly Black.

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Selected by Jesper Kjaersgaard
Jesper Kjaersgaard

KT New Releases stunning 2017 Rieslings


KT New Releases stunning 2017 Rieslings

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Greek Mini Expo 2017


In the world of wine Greece has come from zero to hero in not much more than a decade. What Greek wine is about, increasingly, is indigenous grape varieties. HUGH JOHNSON  

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Selected by Prince Wine & Spirits
Prince Wine & Spirits

Australian Chardonnay Saturday Tasting Sydney


Australian Chardonnay Saturday Tasting Sydney

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Selected by Alex Wilcox
Alex Wilcox

Cullen Kevin John Chardonnay 2016


Just in time for the festive season, comes the release of the Cullen Kevin John Chardonnay 2016. As one of the last – and most anticipated wines on the release calendar, this 2016 is, as you would expect from Vanya Cullen, a beautiful wine.

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Selected by Prince Wine & Spirits
Prince Wine & Spirits

12 Under $20 Great Value Wines for the Drinking Season


Kevin McNamara (father of owner Michael McNamara) is 83 years old and he does not believe you should ever pay more than $20 for a bottle of wine! It’s annoying to his son but it does beg the question…Is it still possible to find real quality wine for under $20?

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Great Margaret River Chardonnay Essendon


Although the region contributes only 3 per cent of the country’s wine grapes, it commands over 20 per cent of Australia's international premium wine market.

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Central Otago Mini Expo Sydney 2017


We welcome some of the best wineries from Central Otago this Saturday for our free in-store tasting. We will showcase new releases from some of our favourite Central Otago producers Burn Cottage, Maude Wines, Valli, Domaine Thomson and Chard Farm. The focus will be on Pinot Noir but Pinot Gris and Chardonnay will alsoCentral Otago in the south of New Zealand's South Island has almost too much going for it: great scenery, great lifestyle, and now almost freakishly good, if not (yet?) great, Pinot Noir. JANCIS ROBINSON

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Selected by Jesper Kjaersgaard
Jesper Kjaersgaard

Barolo 2013 Part 4 – The Hits Keep On Coming


2013 is shaping up to be an epic vintage of classic proportions and superb pedigree. The 2013s remind me of the 2010s, but with more inner sweetness and mid-palate richness. ANTONIO GALLONI

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Selected by Michael McNamara
Michael McNamara

Mencia Madness Offer 2017


Why madness? Because we are going crazy over how good these Menica are.

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Selected by Alex Wilcox
Alex Wilcox

Wine Folly – Wine Maps


Fast track your understanding of the major wine regions of the world through detailed maps showing the most notable vineyard plantings. Browse appellation mappings packed full of useful stats and unique insight to help you find wine you'll love. Frame not included. GIS datasets to ensure the most accurate current geopolitical mappings.

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Selected by Alex Wilcox
Alex Wilcox

Coravin – The Wine Revolution


The wine system that pours without removing the cork so you can enjoy the rest of the bottle another day.

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Selected by Alex Wilcox
Alex Wilcox

Alternative Italy


Italy’s wine scene is diverse and can be rather confusing. With a myriad of indigenous grapes, it’s quite the jungle!

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Selected by Jesper Kjaersgaard
Jesper Kjaersgaard

Oysters and Oyster Wines Essendon


What is your perfect pairing for freshly shucked oysters? Chablis? Muscadet? Sancerre? Picpoul?

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Selected by Alex Wilcox
Alex Wilcox

Annual Clare Valley Expo 2017


The 2017 vintage was a cracker in the Clare. The long even ripening period works perfectly for riesling. These will be long lived wines, but they are delcious now. Nonetheless here at PWS we love Clare Valley wines and Riesling in particular. This is a standout collection of wines from the Clare and we appreciate all the winemakers who made the trip from SA.

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

New Keller Von Der Fels 2016


If I had to choose one wine to show how great dry German riesling can be I would choose a Keller riesling. Those wines are the German montrachets. JANCIS ROBINSON MW

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

German Rizza 2015 There is more


The Rieslings are medium to full-bodied, intense and ripe in their fruit flavors. With that being said, they are also phenomenally precise, straightly mineral and structured by a pronounced, though ripe acidity that is focussed like a laser beam. STEPHAN REINHARDT, The Wine Advocate

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Spanish Fiesta Essendon 2017


This tasting focuses the spotlight on a very exciting wine region in the Atlantic North Western Corner of Spain. One very good Albarino to get things started and then a regional tour via Mencia. This indigenous grape variety is on the cusp of wide spread popularity with good examples showing a  great balance, delicate complexity and freshness. If you like Pinot Noir or Nebbiolo you need to have a serious look at Mencia. ALEX WILCOX  

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Selected by Alex Wilcox
Alex Wilcox

Spanish Fiesta SYDNEY 2017


For this week's Free Saturday In-Store tasting, we invite you to our Spanish Fiesta! This year we have included brilliant Flor Power from Equipo Navazos, textural Verdejo and bright Viura, a couple of exciting and ethereal Mencia's, juicy Tempranillo from La Rioja and earthy Grenache from Sierra del Gredo. To finish our Fiesta, we will be showing the new Lola and Vera Gin from Santamania.

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Selected by Jesper Kjaersgaard
Jesper Kjaersgaard

Two Stars of Italy – Etna to the Alps


The thing about the Italian wine landscape is its remarkable diversity. In a relatively small land area, growing conditions, as well as the vineyards and varieties they support, cover a gamut that no other country on the planet can match.

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Selected by Michael McNamara
Michael McNamara

Castro Martin Goes Raw Wine of the Week


Castro Martin Albarino, one of our favourite Albarino producers has had new life breathed into it! The story goes Scott Wasley, pioneer Australian Spanish wine importer has been tasting this wine unfiltered from tank for over a decade.

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

It’s Only Natural


There's been a lot of talk of Natural Wines in the last few years. For this Saturday's Free in-store tasting, we have invited three of the most talked about producers within the Natural Wine Category.

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Selected by Jesper Kjaersgaard
Jesper Kjaersgaard

Rose and Sausages Tasting Essendon 2017


Rose and Sausages Tasting Essendon 2017

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Selected by Alex Wilcox
Alex Wilcox

Ogier New Releases 2017


Ogier New Releases 2017

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Selected by Alex Wilcox
Alex Wilcox

Annual Rose Tasting 2017 SYDNEY


This Saturday we have the pleasure of inviting you to our annual Rose + Sausages event. In its third year, this is one of our favourite events of the year and as we look at this season new release Rose’s, we eat sausages and listen to Billie Holiday. We will have close to thirty different wines open to taste, including some of our Australian favourites alongside the European classics from France, Spain and Italy. Please join us in-store 12-3 but as always, please come early to avoid disappointment.

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Selected by Jesper Kjaersgaard
Jesper Kjaersgaard

Prosecco Party 2017


Prosecco is booming, there is a worldwide shortage. Increasing quality from better grape growing and attention to detail has thrust this very affordable wine style into the popular market. A fantastic ‘anytime’ style of sparkling wine made from the Italian varietal Glera.

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Selected by Alex Wilcox
Alex Wilcox

COS New Releases 2017


COS is an acronym from the initials of the family names of the original three owners of this estate, founded in 1980: (Giambattista) Cilia, (Giusto) Occhipinti and (Cirino) Strano.

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Selected by Jesper Kjaersgaard
Jesper Kjaersgaard

Annual Rose Tasting 2017


Spring is here and that means one thing here at PWS HQ, it's time for our Rose tasting again. This is one of our favourite tastings of the year and is now a firm part of our annual tasting schedule.

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Great Southern MINI Expo SYDNEY


The Great Southern is one of the most picturesque wine regions in Australia, proudly nestled in among magisterial Jarrah and Karri trees.

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Selected by Jesper Kjaersgaard
Jesper Kjaersgaard

Ogier New Releases Essendon 2017


Ogier New Releases Essendon 2017

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Annual Sparkling Shiraz Tasting Plus Others 2017


We all love the festive season. Loads to eat, parties to attend, friends to see, BBQs, Beaches and of course Bubbly Black. Seriously what festive celebration or Christmas lunch is complete without a bottle or four of your favourite Sparkling Shiraz?

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

The 2017 Chard Off


Aussie, Aussie, Aussie! Chard, Chard, Chard! I think we can now all safely say that Australian Chardonnay is currently in a golden era and that we have never seen more great examples on the shelves, wine lists and in people’s fridges than we do today.

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

The Annual Pinot Under $50 Challenge 2017


While Pinot Noir is among the greatest (I would argue THE greatest) varieties with which to make serious wine it is also, unfortunately, one of the most difficult to grow and susceptible to every viticultural problem and yields need to be kept very low to produce something of quality. Because of these issues finding a great bottle for a reasonable price is not easy. Every year we like to put together a tasting of some of the best under $50 examples we have tasted, wines that punch above their weight.

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Premium Bordeaux Half Bottle Offer


Premium Bordeaux Half Bottle Offer - Mature half bottles direct from the estates

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

A trip up the Loire


A trip up the Loire

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Selected by Jesper Kjaersgaard
Jesper Kjaersgaard

French Spring Arrivals Essendon


French Spring Arrivals Essendon

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Selected by Alex Wilcox
Alex Wilcox

New Burgundy Arrivals for Summer


You Are So Going To Want Them! My extensive tastings of this vintage from barrel and tank during late autumn made it clear that this will be one of the half-dozen top vintages for red Burgundy of the past generation. STEPHEN TANZER

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Annual Champagne Offer 2017


Welcome to our Annual Champagne offer for 2017. This offer remains the most comprehensive and best way to buy Champagne in Australia with over 100 wines available at the best prices in the country.  

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Heritiers du comtes Lafon 2015 Release


Producer of some of the world's best white wines, owner Dominique Lafon remains ambitious, with ventures in Mâcon and Oregon. STEPHEN BROOK, Decanter Magazine

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Fletcher New Releases 2017


Talented Australian winemaker Dave Fletcher....one of the leading producers of Barbaresco ANDREW JEFFORD

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Selected by Michael McNamara
Michael McNamara

Canberra District Mini Expo Sydney 2017


Canberra District encompasses not only vines grown in ACT but also a large proportion are grown in NSW. As a matter of fact, the bulk of the vines are planted in New South Wales in the areas of Murrumbateman, Bungendore, Yass, Gundaroo, Collector, Sutton, Wamboin and Lake George. The reason for this comes down to pre-Federation policies which limit all land in the ACT to 99-year Crown leases rather than freehold ownership.

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Selected by Jesper Kjaersgaard
Jesper Kjaersgaard

Chateau d’Yquem 2015 and More Offer


Readers who can find the 2015 should not hesitate, as it is truly magnificent! ANTONIO GALLONI!

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Paradise IV and Ruggabellus New Releases


Paradise IV and Ruggabellus New Releases

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Unico Zelo – New Kids on the Block


Unico Zelo - New Kids on the Block

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Jane Eyre Fleurie 2016 First Release


I like her style of wine. Is there is soupcon of the New World here? Well, if there is then she cherry-picks the best bits and infuses them with Burgundy. NEAL MARTIN, The Wine Advocate

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Italians Fresh Off the Boat Tasting


For a wine merchant there's a certain giddy excitement to opening a new container of wine (sad I know). Our geographical position on the planet means that the lead times between shipping from Europe and opening a container can take up to three months by the time the wine is ordered, collected and then shipped. The wines you tasted in March/April are often distant memories until you get that first glimpse of them on opening those big steel doors!

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Selected by Michael McNamara
Michael McNamara

Mornington Mini Expo SYDNEY


A case can be made that the Chardonnays and Pinot Noirs produced on the Mornington Peninsula, just south of Melbourne, are as elegant as any in the New World. JOSH RAYNOLDS Tanzer’s International Wine Cellar

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Selected by Jesper Kjaersgaard
Jesper Kjaersgaard

Two Modern Masters – Bindi and Mac Forbes


Two Modern Masters - Bindi and Mac Forbes

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Yarra Valley Wine Show Winners Tasting 2017


Yarra Valley Wine Show Winners Tasting 2017

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Barolo 2013 Part 3 – The Late Arrival from A Superb Vintage


2013 is shaping up to be an epic vintage of classic proportions and superb pedigree. The 2013s remind me of the 2010s, but with more inner sweetness and mid-palate richness. ANTONIO GALLONI

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Selected by Michael McNamara
Michael McNamara

Dry River New Release 2017


Dry River is one of the iconic New Zealand producers, its modern era commencing in 1979 when Neil and Dawn McCallum planted their first vines in the gravelly “Martinborough Terrace,”  NEAL MARTIN 

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Grenache Is The Brightest Star


Grenache Is The Brightest Star

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Selected by Jesper Kjaersgaard
Jesper Kjaersgaard

New Gippsland


New Gippsland Landsacpe

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Allies and Precepice Tasting


Allies and Precipice Tasting

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Kumeu River Single Site 2016 Release


If you have never tried these wines, then it is time you see for yourself what New Zealand is capable of.  NEAL MARTIN, erobertparker 

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Clonakilla Hilltops Shiraz 2016 WINE OF THE WEEK


Clonakilla signature of perfectly balanced fruit, tannins and oak, always complex yet always with great mouthfeel, black fruits to the fore, with a gentle sprinkle of spice and pepper. JAMES HALLIDAY

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Selected by Jesper Kjaersgaard
Jesper Kjaersgaard

Correggia Roero Arneis 2016 Offer


The Correggia winery continues to set the pace for other wineries in the area. GAMBERO ROSSO  

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Weinbach and Bondar – New Waves and Traditions


Weinbach and Bondar - New Waves and Traditions

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Selected by Michael McNamara
Michael McNamara

Pierro Chardonnay 2016


Pierro Chardonnay 2016

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Selected by Prince Wine & Spirits
Prince Wine & Spirits

Central Otago Tasting with Blair Walter


Central Otago in the south of New Zealand's South Island has almost too much going for it: great scenery, great lifestyle, and now almost freakishly good, if not (yet?) great, Pinot Noir. JANCIS ROBINSON

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Selected by Prince Wine & Spirits
Prince Wine & Spirits

As Orange Blossoms


There’s a lot of excitement surrounding Orange these days. Just under a four-hour drive west of Sydney, we find Australia’s coolest wine-region, Orange.

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Selected by Jesper Kjaersgaard
Jesper Kjaersgaard

New Release of Weinbach 2017


Domaine Weinbach is arguably one of the world’s greatest wine estates. Over the years, the Faller family has produced myriad fantastic wines that are sought by wine lovers and collectors everywhere. IAN D’AGATA, Vinous Media

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Release of the much anticipated Marcoux 2015s


Release of the much anticipated Marcoux 2015s

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Bondar – New Wave Australia


James Halliday's Best New Winery in his 2017 Australian Wine Companion

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Selected by Michael McNamara
Michael McNamara

Mount Mary New Releases 2017


The 2015 vintage in the Yarra Valley was, quite simply, great, and Sam took full advantage of it, making exquisite wines. JAMES HALLIDAY

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Selected by Jesper Kjaersgaard
Jesper Kjaersgaard

A taste of Portugal


The clash of tradition and modernity, amid an amazing array of grape varieties, terroirs and winemaking cultures, makes Portugal one of the most dynamic wine-producing nations in the world today. KIM MARCUS, Wine Spectator

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Selected by Prince Wine & Spirits
Prince Wine & Spirits

Austria and Germany 2015 Part 2


This is the second incarnation of the Austrian and German tasting for 2017 and the line-up is brilliant with wines from the legend that is Clemens Busch, Mosel bench mark producer Dr Loosen, perhaps Rheingau’s most iconic winery Robert Weil as well as offerings from super stars like von Buhl, Knoll & Hitrzberger.

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Way Out West – Sydney Saturday Tasting


It is no secret that I love the wines from Margaret River. Margaret River as a wine region was first formed in 1967. As a young region, it has come a long way and it is now home to 7% of all wine made in Australia. Margaret River is a region of quality – not quantity, and as such, 25% of all premium wines made in Australia comes from Margaret River. JESPER

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Selected by Jesper Kjaersgaard
Jesper Kjaersgaard

Felsina Offer 2017


This is a phenomenal set of wines that confirms Fèlsina's standing as one of the great estates in the world. It's as simple as that. The 2014 Chianti Classico is a huge overachiever as it has quite a bit of fruit that normally goes into the top selections - Fontalloro, Rancia and Colonia. ANTONIO GALLONI  

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

New Tolpuddle 2016 Pinot Release


If ever a winery was born with blue blood in its veins, Tolpuddle would have to be it. The vineyard was established in 1988 on a continuous downhill slope facing northeast, and in 06 won the inaugural Tasmanian Vineyard of the Year Award. Michael Hill Smith MW and Martin Shaw are joint managing directors. JAMES HALLIDAY

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Valdicava Back Vintage Offer


Vincenzo Abbruzzese is one of the most outspoken, passionate growers in Montalcino. His beautifully tended vineyards yield some of the richest wines in the region; and that’s where most of the focus is – on the vineyards.  ANTONIO GALLONI

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Selected by Michael McNamara
Michael McNamara

Yarra Valley Women of Wine Tasting


The Yarra Valley is one of Australia's truly world-class wine regions and it's winemakers are some of the most talented.  Within this pool is a group of women winemakers challenging the statistics of the industry average.

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Selected by Prince Wine & Spirits
Prince Wine & Spirits

Chablis and Oysters 2017 – Sydney


This year's Chablis tasting will focus on the great entry level Chablis by producers we think have made masterpieces out of 3 extremely different vintages. Evidence this region can handle the hard knocks.

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Selected by Jesper Kjaersgaard
Jesper Kjaersgaard

Heathcote Mini Expo 2017


The magic of Heathcote lies in the remarkable strip of soil starting 20 Kilometers southeast of the town of Heathcote, continuing until just south of the town,  for a distance of over 60 Kilometers.  the red soil country is a spectacular scene .. . JAMES HALLIDAY

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Selected by Prince Wine & Spirits
Prince Wine & Spirits

French Country Wines 2017


While Burgundy, Bordeaux, Champagne Hermitage et al receive much of the press and attention of consumers in Australia, France as a country is scattered with vineyards. and virtually every country town produces wines which are unique and often consumed locally.

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Beaujolais Celebration 2017 Best Of


The last three vintages for Beaujolais have been a string of home runs, but 2015 is likely to be the one that delivers the greatest impact and pleasure for most wine lovers. Two thousand fifteen has plenty of candidates for wine of the year; wines that deliver concentration and energy, with opulent fruit character and the classic core of acidity that gives Beaujolais its trademark vivacity. These wines are also built to age but at the same time display an exuberance that makes many of them pretty irresistible now. JOSH REYNOLDS

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Selected by Alex Wilcox
Alex Wilcox

Tassie Friends North & South


Tasmania certainly knows how to produce modern wine stars. CAMPBELL MATTINSON, The Wine Front 2017

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Yann Chave 2015 Pre Arrival Offer


For wine lovers who favor richness, weight and emphatic flamboyant fruit, 2015 will be a vintage to dive into, deeply. As 2015s go, this is indeed a collection of energetic wines that showed very good clarity and fruit/tannin harmony when I visited Chave’s minimalist but highly functional chai just off the autoroute in late January. JOSH RAYNOLDS, Vinous Media

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Rieslingfreak


There are times when it's clear you've come across a special producer. Where the combination of passion for the craft melds with real talent and an innate understanding of how to translate the variety and site into the bottle with transparency and complexity.

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Selected by Michael McNamara
Michael McNamara

Fraser Gallop Parterre Cabernet 2013


Fraser Gallop was established by Nigel Gallop in 1998 on Wilyabrup’s highest site just 6 km’s from the Indian Ocean in northern Margaret River. Absolutely nothing was spared when the vineyards and winery were established and Nigel found his perfect fit in winemaker Clive Otto (previously Vasse Felix) who joined in 2006.

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Selected by Jesper Kjaersgaard
Jesper Kjaersgaard

Beaujolais Celebration 2017


Today's (Beaujolais) wines are varied with some verging more towards a red burgundy, some  obviously oaked, some wonderfully confident and silky in texture – all of them hugely appetising. ... Get you Bojo Mojo back!..JANCIS ROBINSON  

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Selected by Prince Wine & Spirits
Prince Wine & Spirits

Patrick Piuze 2016 New Release


There are many new wave Chablis producers with differing concepts currently being explored by the regions followers around the world. Patrick Piuze is possibly the most exciting, with his exploration and celebration of the whole region and its fellow townships rather than just the typical "CRU" system.

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Selected by Alex Wilcox
Alex Wilcox

Sydney Festa del Barolo 2017


Festa del Barolo is fast becoming one of the great wine events Melbourne has seen in decade or so. Over the course of a week, each commune is celebrated with producers on hand to walk through their new releases and an insane back vintage catalogue of wines. We refuse to let Sydney miss out on all the fun.

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Selected by Jacqueline Turner
Jacqueline Turner

Fighting Gully Road New Releases


Fighting Gully Road New Releases

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Barbaresco 2014 – A Surprising Vintage


The wines I have tasted so far, both from bottle and barrel, are exciting. The finest 2014 Barbarescos are bright and medium in body, with lively acidity, striking aromatics and tons of energy. It is a vintage that will especially appeal to classically leaning palates. ANTONIO GALLONI

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Selected by Michael McNamara
Michael McNamara

Three degrees of Seperation


Three degrees of Separation

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Alex Head Winning Releases


Alex Head Winning Releases

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Ata Rangi Crimson 2016 Wine of the Week


Martinborough pinot noir at the hand of one of the masters... It’s all quite remarkable, really. CAMPBELL MATTINSON, The Wine Front

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Ogier 2015 La Rosine Wine Of The Week


“Richer than 2010 and fresher than 2009” is the way Stéphane Ogier summed up the 2015 vintage. JOSH RAYNOLDS

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Under the Radar Yarra Producers


The Yarra Valley is arguably now Victoria’s premier region for wine. While names like Oakridge, Mount Mary, Giant Steps, Coldstream Hills, Yeringberg and de Bortoli are familiar names to wine drinkers across the country, the region has plenty of great small producers.

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Juwel Riesling 2015


Juwel Riesling 2015

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Selected by Jesper Kjaersgaard
Jesper Kjaersgaard

Yves Cuilleron Sydney Masterclass 2017


Yves Cuilleron Sydney Masterclass 2017

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Selected by Jacqueline Turner
Jacqueline Turner

Sydney Cellarhand Pinot Plus Expo


Sydney Cellarhand Pinot Plus Expo

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Selected by Jacqueline Turner
Jacqueline Turner

Piemonte Saturday 2017


What's not to love about Piemonte. The breathtaking scenery, the incredible food, friendly people and most importantly the home of the greatest wines in Italy. What’s more we are living in the greatest epoch in this region's storied history. At no time before have the wines delivered so much pleasure, value and excitement.

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Selected by Michael McNamara
Michael McNamara

Cellarhand International Pinot Noir Celebration


Cellarhand International Pinot Noir Celebration

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Jacquesson Cuvee 740 Extra Brut NV


No Champagne house today is on a trajectory as steep as Jacquesson. While many houses are on the prowl for more fruit to increase production, Jacquesson is drastically slashing its yields and its contracts to radically improve quality in spite of lowering quantity. TYSON STELZER, The Champagne Guide 2016-2017

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Selected by Jacqueline Turner
Jacqueline Turner

Great Value NZ Pinot Noir 2017


Great Value NZ Pinot Noir 2017

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Super Rhone Saturday 2017


Broadly speaking, I view 2015 as a cross between the richness of 2009 and the energy and structure of 2010, with the overall personality of the wines leaning closer to ’09 than to ’10. JOSH RAYNOLDS

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Syrahmi Demi Shiraz 2016


We have been following these wines from day dot and have watched the man refine his style, tweak the winemaking and also gain a deeper understanding of the vineyards he sources from. Recent releases have been nothing short of outstanding...

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Charvin 2014 Previous Buyers Offer


Easily one of my favorite estates, Laurent Charvin pulls from sites mostly in the northwestern part of the appellation and makes a single cuvée that’s as traditional as they come, seeing not a hint of oak and raised all in cement tanks. JEB DUNNUCK, The Wine Advocate

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Selected by Roscoe Halligan-Rose
Roscoe Halligan-Rose

Sauternes 2014 Offer


2014 continues a succession of seasons that have rewarded the sweet-toothed wine-lover (a species I occasionally fear is on the cusp of extinction).

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Marchesi Alfieri La Tota Barbera d’Asti 2015


Ex-Col d'Orcia winemaker Mario Olivero has revitalised this historic estate. Superb vineyard, highly refined winemaking and total belief in Barbera are the keynotes. Alfiera is the splendid top wine. Look also for the super-value Barbera La Tota. DECANTER

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Sydney Rioja Expo 2017


Rioja is a pretty confusing appellation: you might get old-fashioned wine (high crop fruit, lots of daggy barrel impact from ages spent in old American oak), or you may get low-crop, fresh modern estate wine.

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Selected by Jacqueline Turner
Jacqueline Turner

Yalumba New Releases with Jane Ferrari


A winemaking graduate from Roseworthy College, Jane joined Yalumba in 1987 and has thrived as promotions manager, wine room manager, storyteller and today is our wine communicator at large.

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Spanish Winter Fiesta – Wine, Cheese & Chorizo at Essendon


Spanish Winter Fiesta - Wine, Cheese & Chorizo at Essendon

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Serrat New Releases – 2016 Vintage


Serrat New Releases - 2016 Vintage

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Saturday with Andre Clouet 2017


André Clouet chef de cave Jean-Francois Clouet likens his wines to independent movies. "If you want the girls, the fireworks and the big budgets of Hollywood, you can get that from big company brands," he said. "But don't forget about the feeling that you can get from the vineyard." It's a feeling he understands well, standing in his family vineyard on one of the best sites in Bouzy.

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti

Domaine la Roubine Sablet 2015


2015 has produced exceptional wines in the Southern Rhone which seem to be possess a purity of fruit and a silky texture I love in grenache. Not to mention energy and freshness which I argue makes the wines eminently drinkable rather than simply powerful and overwhelming.

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Selected by Sebastian Zotti
Sebastian Zotti