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Larmandier Bernier Les Chemins d'Avize 2013 Grand Cru Extra BrutThe 2013 Extra Brut Les Chemins d'Avize Blanc de Blancs Grand Cru is floral and gracious, much more so than is common in Avize Champagnes, which tend to have more body. The 2013 is beautifully perfumed and ethereal from start to finish, with striking beams of salinity that confer tension. Candied lemon peel, white flowers, spice, hazelnut, dried flowers and chamomile are some of the many notes that are laced together. This subtle, wonderfully nuanced Champagne has so much to offer. It is the most restrained wine in this range. ANTONIO GALLONI2012ChampagneFrance376$320.00 As low as $288.00
Chemin de Moscou 2014
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Heart Wines Danger Shiraz 2018
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Chartogne-Taillet Chemin de Reims 2017
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Brunswick Aces Hearts Sapiir 700mlGin$50.00 As low as $45.00
The Good Fellas Mixed Dozen 2022
The vinous evolution of Italy has been nothing short of astonishing in the past decade or so. It is almost a moot point it seems to talk about these days. Regardless, we are always excited to see the latest producer slide across the desk and just as stoked to see the newest vintage of our favourite winemaker's land in store. More recently we have been fortunate enough to forge some great relationships with new estates who have quickly become our go to bottles when drinking with friends and family.
What's even more impressive is the diversity of styles coming out of Italy with an array of wine to suit any situation from light, fresh and crunchy; rich, deep and concentrated and to everything in between. There seems to be a bottle for any occasion from backyard BBQ's, to long lunches and just something easy to wash down a bit if pizza on a Wednesday night.
This pack has a little bit of everything for everyone no matter what you are into!
Farina Pinot Grigio 2020 Farina of Veneto was founded in the early 1900s with a passion and desire for producing the highest quality wines possible from the Veneto region. Cousins Claudio and Elena Farina; now 3 generations are responsible for continuity of the Farina tradition and focus on quality production.
Farina is located in San Pietro in the heart of the Valpolicella Classica; the historical and original Valpolicella. Claudio and Elena own 10 hectares of their own vineyards and source fruit from long standing grower partnerships which encompass a further 70 hectares under vine.
This opens with a nice little lift of ripe peach, apple, floral notes and a hint of flinty stone shimmering around the edges. The palate has some nice plump fruit with a streak of minerally freshness that runs through the middle. Its on the heavier side of light and the fact that it comes off a combination of volcanic, alluvial and calcareous soils lends it a lot of complexity especially for a wine at this level. 100% steel tank means it remains beautifully vibrant. Lots of appeal here and very versatile
Ca Erto Soave 2020 This Soave is from the 'Classico' zone in the heart of the region, and is composed of mostly local variety Garganega, with just splash of Trebbiano. The team at Ca Erto utilise a combination of both modern and traditional techniques to coax the most out of their wines. It's all about purity of fruit and freshness here which they deliver in spades.
This vintage is on the lighter side of Soave but in saying that it lacks nothing in flavour and packs a punch in the value stakes. Fresh cut peaches and green apple with a touch of white pepper spice lead into a bright but delicate nose. Plenty of zippy fruit darts around the palate. The palate is clean and clear, vibrant and snappy with a little green hazelnut twang on the finish. Delicious stuff and we be you will be coming back for more after you try this.
La Dama Vini Valpolicella Classico 2020 Established by Gabriele and Miriam Dalcanele in 2006, La Dama represents the new breed of winemakers in the region. Modern, fresh yet compelling wines coaxed from organically farmed vineyards in the fabled commune of Negrar, home to some of the great names including the legendary Giuseppe Quintarelli.
Their 10 hectare estate has been certified organic since 2015 and works only with the native varieties of Corvina, Corvinone, Rondinella and Molinara. Oak influence is kept to a minimum in order to ensure the vineyard speaks for itself in the glass.
This looks so pretty in the glass with red currant, raspberry, a touch of Sichuan spice with a lovely lifted and fragrant and nose. There is a touch more flesh and richness then the 2019's and some very fine tannins that give this a little more edge to the wild red fruits. A touch of wild herbs at the end also hang out in the background of the nose and give this a little extra bit of complexity. Really nice form on this one.
Le Marie Dolcetto d'Alba 2020 The winery "Le Marie" comes from the passion for winemaking of the owner Valerio, his wife Luigina, and their children Simona and Daniele. The result are wines of personality, pure and elegant, produced in limited quantity and in respect of the territory, with environmentally friendly practices. The ten hectares of vineyards are between 400 and 450 meters. The land is rich in minerals that give the wines great structure and wonderful nuance.
Packed full of up-front blue and red fruits laced with peppery spice and vanilla. The palate is pliant and soft with a little nervy energy that flows through the red raspberry and currant fruit. A soft little snap of tannin that buttresses the sweet fruit nicely adds a little extra complexity. This is perfect trattoria fair and super versatile on the dinner table.
Santadi Vermentino Villa Solais 2020 The Sulcis peninsula is, geographically, Sardinia's most ancient area, rich in archaeological sites, and offers an astonishing palette of variations and contrasts, with coastal sand dunes, gentle hills and inlets, narrow strips of flatland and inland mountains, rugged cliffs overhanging the seas interspersed with silky-smooth white beaches, pine trees, junipers and vineyards. In these sandy soils, pre-phylloxera vines continue to survive and thrive.
Made with 10% Nuragus, another local variety, this spends a few months maturation on lees, in stainless steel, to give the wine an extra dimension of flavour and texture. Citrus notes and hints of tropical fruit with a zesty edge and a touch of green herb and sea spray. The palate is minerally and refreshing with clean pithy fruit and plenty of citrusy goodness. So easy to love and so hard to put down.
Scala Bianco (Greco) 2020 Calabria's best known wine region is Cirò, extending from the Ionian coast to the eastern foothills of La Sila with the classico zone centred around Cirò and Cirò Marina in the province of Crotone.
This is 100% Greco from the family's lowest vineyards, between 100 to 150 meters above sea level. The Greco type found in Calabria is distinct from the one of the same name in Campania.
Fermented and aged in stainless steel to retain the its crisp and crunchy edge. Hints of white flowers and lemon with a touch of citrus peel peak eagerly through the crunchy apple and tree fruits. There is a wonderful coastal vibe to the palate with more citrus and lemon a hint of underbrush that echoes the land its grown on. On the lighter side of medium this is the perfect wine for grilled or baked fish. Something grilled over hot coals you say!? Even better!
Umani Ronchi Montepulciano d'Abruzzo 2020 The Bernetti's own over 200 hectares of prime vineyards in the Marche. Leading Piedmontese Oenologist Beppe Caviola heads the oenological team, having received a healthy legacy from retired consultant and Italy's greatest winemaker, Giacomo Tachis. First made in 1977, this entry level Montepulciano is the ultimate value 'pizza wine', although it goes with just about anything.
If you have not tried this wine you must have been under a rock. This is classic stuff and absolutely delicious! Typical plum and morello cherry leap out of the glass. The nose is airy and open with pure fruit and burnished spice elements. No oak whatsoever here, its all about unadulterated fruit backed by warm rich tannins to hold it all together. This IS Wednesday night wine if every we had one.
Stella Barbera Stravisan 2019 Paolo Stella is one quarter of the famous 'Erpacrife four' but his day job is winemaker for the family's estate in Costigliole d'Asti, in the heart of Monferrato about halfway between Alba and Asti. The Stellas' twelve hectares of vineyards grow the full range of varieties found in this part of Piedmont. The level of quality across the board is exceptional here and all beautifully balanced wines promoting structure and finesse.
Barbera Stravisan is lively and juicy and made without oak. Barbera Bricco Fubine Il Vino del Maestro, dedicated to Paolo's great grandfather, is from half a hectare of the Fubine cru, planted on sandy calcareous soil and perfectly situated facing due south. Aged in Slavonian casks for eighteen months, this has ripe red berry fruit with spicy aromas and aniseed and the palate is rich with beautiful texture and length.
Fontaleoni Vernaccia di San Gimignano 2019 The 2019 Vernaccia di S. Gimignano is an absolutely delicious, every day white. Apricot, tangerine oil, mint, chamomile and yellow flowers all grace this tasty, supple Vernaccia from Fontaleoni. ANTONIO GALLONI
Bright and somewhat crunchy with a direct line of fresh apple like acidity. Plenty to enjoy here with all the usual elements you would want from Vernaccia of this quality, apple fruit, lemon oil and white flowers along with just enough texture to provide a little tactile interest. Clean and clear cut and something I will be drinking a lot of as the weather starts to warm up again. ROSCOE
Poggio Dei Principi Sangiovese 2019 Made from Sangiovese cultivated in the area of Rubicone in Emilia Romagna. The soils in this region are a mixture of alluvial and glacial deposits (sand, pebbles and minerals), imparting a freshness of fruit not found in Sangiovese grown in other parts of Italy.
Small yields and dedicated winemaking by this fantastic cooperative combine to produce a wine that is fresh, versatile and enjoyable.
The perfume is fresh and fruity, with a floral and slightly herbal bouquet. Taste is fresh and juicy with cherry conserve characteristics and an earthy under-tow buttressed by the varieties firm tannins. A pizza/pasta wine if ever we tried one and bang on for the money.
Vajra Langhe Rosso 2020 Description coming. Farnetella Chianti Colli Senesi 2019 Descriptions coming
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The Prince Non Alcoholic Negroni PackWe are stoked to introduce two relative newcomers to the non-alcoholic drink's scene. Both have been innovators in their fields and their products have caused a huge splash in the scene.
Lyre's offer the full suite of bar staples to make your own classic favourites as a no-alcohol options simply by selecting from the many Lyre's variants in their extensive range. They craft their spirits to taste just like the classics they pay homage to and source the finest all-natural essences, extracts and distillates from the four corners of the globe using cutting edge food science to craft the range.
Just down the road the crew at Brunswick Aces have been just as busy with their incredible selection of sapir's or non-alcoholic gins.
The processes used to make sapiir is a more traditional approach to and the methods used are centuries old, originating in the early distillation work developed across Europe and the Middle East around the 17th Century.
Books such as "the art of distillation" by John French, published in London in 1651, clearly outline many of the processes still used today to extract the delicate aromatic elements of botanicals used to give sapiir its unique flavour profiles.
Both the Gins and Sapir's are lovingly hand-crafted at their distillery and tasting room in Brunswick with each botanicals individually extracted and then finally blended to form the highest quality product. The range consists of the Hearts and Spades currently but watch out for more as these local heroes continue to grow.
It was 1919, and Count Camillo Negroni decided his favourite cocktail the Americano needed a little something extra. He swapped out the soda water for gin and thus the Negroni was born. This classic aperitif may look like a sweet, Italian orange treat, but like a gate-crashing pack of weasels - it’s crafty, a little bitter and full of surprises.
30mL Brunswick Ace Hearts Sapir
30mL Lyre's Apéritif Rosso
30mL Lyre's Italian Orange
Stir briefly over fresh cubed ice
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Rock of Wisdom Superfly Red 2021We love the Superfly range from Rock of Wisdom. These are meant to be no mess, no fuss, easy drinking juicy wines and they have well and truly nailed the brief! Minimal intervention is the name of the game here but done thoughtfully and with panache.
This is a MGS blend and the little extra of dollop mataro brings a nice earthy hit the otherwise bight and bubby fruit. This just leaps out of the glass with gleaming red fruits and plenty of sweet spice goodness. So much energy and lift, everything feels so fresh with lots of crunchy fruit framed by the gentlest kiss of oak. So sluggable!
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Place of Changing Winds Heatcote Marsanne 2020This single hectare of Marsanne sits high in the cool of the Colbinabbin. With POCW originally inspired by the wines of the northern Rhone, owner Rob works closely with the vineyard owner. Organic farming, minimal inputs and full control of picking dates. 12 years on this a detailed and site reflective wine.2020MarsanneAustralia405$40.00 As low as $36.00
Place of Changing Winds Heathcote Syrah No.2 2020
...this is a special second bottling, which spent extra time in oak, a full 30 months all told. It was matured in (large) 1000 lt and 2000 lt oak so the extra time wasn’t in search of extra oak flavour; if anything, the opposite.
The bottle I tried seemed quite reserved on the nose, even allowed a good amount of time to breathe, but the palate is quite something. The push through the finish here is elite. I mentioned the descriptor ‘sultana’ in my original review but I don’t see any of that now; it seems darker and more savoury, with dry licorice notes running through red/black cherry, along with smoked tobacco, along with sweet and woodsy spice aplenty. But really this wine is all about the finish, which is dynamite. It’s peacock’s tail territory. Dry, structural, plenty going on, a touch of the regal. I’m up a point, score-wise, and I’m tempted to be up by more. It’s a fabulous wine. CAMPBELL MATTINSON, The Wine Front2019shirazAustralia404$43.00 As low as $38.70
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Ministry of Clouds Shiraz 20202020shirazAustralia436
Henschke Hill of Grace 20172016shirazAustralia349$1,035.00 As low as $931.50
Ministry of Clouds Blewitt Springs Shiraz 2018'Hand-picked, destemmed, open-fermented, matured in used French hogsheads for 12 months. Deep crimson-purple; this is a magisterial wine, totally centred on black fruits, blackberry to the fore, dark cherry and licorice in support. It is one of those wines that you absolutely know will be very long lived. Drink by 2048.' 96 points, JAMES HALLIDAY, Halliday Wine Companion
100 % Shiraz from a dry-grown Blewitt Springs vineyard planted in 1941 with roots deep in the maslin sand laid over ironstone. Hand-picked and destemmed but not crushed to retain 100 % whole-berries. Cold-soaked for two days, open-fermented, plunged daily and then basket-pressed to a mix of old and new French oak puncheons for 18 months maturation. 14.5 % alc/vol.
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Tumblong Hills Table of Plenty Fiano 20212021FianoAustralia365$21.00 As low as $18.90
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Correggia Roero Arneis 2020 (Screwcap)
Correggia is one of those rare and special producers that we are very proud to be associated with. A family affair from the outset with a vision to demonstrate just how good Roero could be. That vision continues to be realised and built upon today with the hard-work and dedication of Ornella, Giovanni and Luca the driving force.
Small tweaks and incremental changes in vinification and winemaking have seen the wines improve every year. The quality across the board has always been top of their class and further cements this outstanding estate as one of the pre-eminent producers in the region. It would certainly be no stretch to call them a leading light in the heart and hearts of Roero.
This is another great rendition. A hint of tropical fruit that lends an almost riesling like element to the wine, along with a floral hint. There is a some lovely depth to the fruit and that bit of extra flesh show so nicely on this wine. Still fresh and zippy on the finish with a little phenolic grip that carries the orchard fruits into a long, gentle close. Yum!2020ArneisItaly457$37.00 As low as $33.30
Copper Rivet Dockyard Son of a Gun 500ml 47.4% alc
Described as a "cask-finished English grain spirit" because it hasn't spent enough time in barrel to be designated as whisky (there is a whisky in the works, due for release this year), this has just the faintest hint of pale golden colour and is bursting with ethereal aromas of sweet, freshly milled malted barley, a touch of honey, some lightly toasted linseed and sesame. It's sweet and fine on the tongue, with a deliciously seductive, gently oily texture. An intriguing and unique spirit. MAX ALLEN
Ingredients: With a specially selected blend of our holy trinity of grains mixed with our Kentish water before being distilled carefully through our traditional pot still.
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Vino Intrepido 'Blood of My Blood' Sangiovese 20202020sangioveseAustralia404$34.00 As low as $30.60
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In Praise of Shadows McLaren Vale Grenache 20212021GrenacheAustralia436$32.00 As low as $28.80
Kings Moonshine 375ml40% ABV. Kings County Distillery's Moonshine (un-aged whiskey) is distilled from 80% New York State organic corn and 20% malted barley, sourced from the UK. The latter represents one of the highest proportions of malted barley on a US whiskey's mash bill. It is double distilled in gooseneck copper pot stills to yield a lower distillation proof, rich in flavor and mouthfeel. The Kings County distillers use very narrow cuts, essentially the heart of the hearts, to draw off a very clean, pure distillate. Nothing at all is added.
"Absolutely spot on corn whiskey; sweet, clean, berry-fruit, very well made and does exactly what it says on the tin." 92 points, JIm MURRAY'S WHISKEY BIBLE 2017BourbonUSA$86.00 As low as $77.40
Villa Raiano Falanghina IGT 2020The family-owned Villa Raiano was established in 1996 in the heart of Campania. They make a classic mix of Campanian varietals from 20 hectares of organically farmed vines. Sustainability is key here and the family are dedicated to a fruit-first ethos making sure only the best grapes go into their wonderful bottlings.
Gentle meadow flowers and the tell-tale minerality hit the make this varietal so intriguing. Stone fruits that are perfectly ripe and lovely piquancy to the palate that is steaked with a vein of quartyz goodness. Its fleshy and racy at the same time with a lovely bit if crystalline purity