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  1. Valdemoreda Tempranillo 2018
    Valdemoreda Tempranillo 2018
    The Valdemoreda wines are produced by the team at leading family Rioja producer Bodegas Valdemar. They are fresh and modern in style, yet with an undeniable Spanish character, and demonstrate the exceptional value to be found in Spain. This pure Tempranillo red wine spends five months in oak and delivers complex, ripe fruit aromas well integrated with subtle spicy hints of vanilla and caramel. The palate is rounded, well balanced and with a full, long aftertaste. WINEMERCHANTS
    2018
    tempranillo
    Spain
    472
  2. Finca Constanca Altozano Tempranillo 2019
    Finca Constanca Altozano Tempranillo 2019
    Finca Constancia is located in the province of Toledo, in Castilla-La Mancha, about 100 km from Madrid.

    Acquired by González Byass in 2001, it was chosen, after an exhaustive search, for its variety of different soil types and the continental climate and low rainfall during the ripening process, which in turn ensures healthy grapes. They practice precision viticulture throughout the vineyard to ensure they achieve the highest levels of quality.

    Under the guidance of winemaker Beatriz Paniagua, as always, the selection process begins in the vineyard. Prior to alcoholic fermentation they are cold macerated, at 5oC, in contact with their skins so as to retain the fruit aromas and produce a bright, intense colour.

    Explosion of aromas of ripe red fruits and hints of liquorice underpin the character and personality of this 100% Tempranillo. At the same time, notes of toffee and vanilla from ageing in barrel stand out. Soft and pleasant palate with exquisite well integrated tannins and a balance of preverves and ripe jammy fruits. How much? Wow!

    2019
    tempranillo
    Spain
    472
  3. Vicoletto Sicilia Catarratto Bianco 2020
    Vicoletto Sicilia Catarratto Bianco 2020

    Made from Catarratto, a native grape to Sicily, which is cultivated in the northwestern part of the island. The soils are clay and sand, and the climate is very windy, cool, and dry. Small yields and dedicated winemaking combine to produce a wine that is fresh, versatile and enjoyable.

    The vivacity of Sicilian citrus and a hint of pineapple capture your attention, and a luscious texture typical of catarratto makes it perfect to match with seafood. Unfiltered, unfined, vegan, low sulphite.

    2020
    Carricante
    Italy
    482
  4. Chateau Fontareche Corbieres Rouge Vieilles Vignes 2019
    Chateau Fontareche Corbieres Rouge Vieilles Vignes 2019
    The Fontarèche property, at the heart of Corbiere, has a long, illustrious and noble history dating back to 1201. Current proprietor, Jacques de Lamy took over from his father, Count Edouard de Lamy in 1957 where the de Lamy family has been in charge of the property since 1682.

    Fontarèche work with 17 grape varieties of which their Carignan is held the highest regards. The vines are planted to the semi-desert Mediterranean climate trapped between the Atlantic and Mediterranean, the Atlantic breezes funnel through the mountain ranges that form the backdrop of the region and help to temper the summer heat in the vineyards retaining freshness and vibrancy in the wines.

    Wonderfully lifted violets, mulberry and blue fruits all underlined by gentle smoke and graphite. The palate is brimming with a core of dark fruits, sweet and savoury notes with a really nice focus and buzzy energy. Really is surprising the level of subtle complexity at this price point that remains so easy to drink at the same time. Fast becoming a staff favourite! MYLES, PWS
    2019
    France
  5. Amen Break Chardonnay 2019
    Amen Break Chardonnay 2019
    Hailing from a small village in east of Australia called New Zealand the Clonal Brothers are Matt and Steve Harrop and together they are a lethal winemaking combination. Matt will be a familiar name to most as the long-time winemaking brains behind the Shadowfax wines and more recently the newly installed winemaker for Curly Flat. His easy-going nature belies a profound winemaking talent that combines an innate understanding of his craft with equal parts accessibility and intellectualism in his wines. Steve -who still operates out of NZ - also has a couple of decades of vineyard development and wine marketing behind him and his ability to root out the right parcel at the right price is legendary.

    This is stellar stuff. Lovely wiff of mealy-reduction and struck match open up to lifted, peach and apple tree fruits with a little mineral hint floating around. Nicely framed by oak that plays a supporting role never intruding but poking its head in here-and-there. The medium bodied body palate packs plenty of flavour in and there is great balance and nice, zipp acidity. PWS
    2019
    chardonnay
    Australia
    500
  6. Conde de Valdemar Rosado 2020
    Conde de Valdemar Rosado 2020
    It was Joaquín Martínez Bujanda who started the company in 1889 with 10 hectares of vines in Rioja Alavesa expanding the estate to include some of the best vineyards across the region. Chosen as one of the 5 Best Wine Cellars of Rioja by Wine & Spirits magazine their Conde Valdemar range of wines offer some serious punch for the money.

    This comes out swinging  with a ton of flavour, packing a 1-2 combo of wild strawberries and forest fruits. There is little lift of wild garrigue too which adds a bit of interest and complexity. It's sprinkled throughout with savoury and sweet spice blend and has a slippery texture that makes it perfect for food or oh so easy to drink in its own.
    2019
    tempranillo
    Spain
    472
  7. Rocky Gully Shiraz 2017
    Rocky Gully Shiraz 2017
    We are thoroughly impressed with the reds coming out of Frankland Estate at the moment. There estate Syrah is one of the best in the country and we make that call with confidence. What the Rocky Gully offers is the same commitment to quality in a fun and forward package. Sourced from estate and several other vineyards in Frankland river there is distinctive and delicious, cool-climate bent to this wine with its sweet, peppery spice and anise nose. Packed with black forest fruits and spicy finish this is the best we have seen from the Rocky Gully range we have seen so far. PWS
    2014
    shiraz
    Australia
    400
  8. 22 Degrees Kaleidoscope of Mayhem Halo White 2020
    22 Degrees Kaleidoscope of Mayhem Halo White 2020
    A relatively new label of Ashley Ratcliff of Ricca Terra, bringing together familiar varieties with new, climate adaptive planting. We are big fans of what he is doing and big fans of this style of white particuarly with warmer weather creeping in. This a the perfect blend of zip and punch with plenty of character and so easy to down.

    Blend here is Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling, Vermentino and Zibbibo.  A fun, leap-from-the-glass style, Sauvignon's tropical fruits meet the unmistakably grapey qualities of Zibbibo, a summer fruit salad of flavours.  Juicy and gluggable, though under its overt appeal there's some interest, focus and proper complexity.
     
    2020
    Fiano, sauvignon Blanc
    Australia
    474
  9. Fontaleoni Rosato Condorino IGT Toscana 2020
    Fontaleoni Rosato Condorino IGT Toscana 2020

    Fontaleoni is a family estate run by brother and sister team, Matteo and Simona Troiani, with a little help from consultant Paolo Caciorgna. They've succeeded in producing a range that is emblematic of the best of what the region has to offer with particular emphasis on Vernaccia.

    Like all their wines they get the primo treatment in the winery. A blend of 70% Sangiovese and 30% Merlot this presents with a top note of rose-petal, plum, and wild cranberry. Its bright and crunchy mouthfeel gives way to soft red fruits and that sangiovese sour cherry we all know and love. I don't know why we don't see more sangiovese base rose as they seem to get that balance of savoury and sweet so well, especially when they are pink.

    2020
    Merlot, sangiovese
    Italy
    495
  10. Ricca Terra Bronco Buster White 2020
    Ricca Terra Bronco Buster White 2020

    This crazy and delicious blend from vermentino, fiano, greco and arinto grapes is produced by Ashley Ratcliff and family from the Ricca Terra farms of Riverland, South Australia.

    There is a lovely chalky and green melon that greets you on the nose that flows into succulent nashi pear and green tree fruits. It’s a bit like trying to catch wind with you hand as all the spicy fruit and mineral laden falvours and aromas rush around your senses. Crisp and dry with lip-smacking fruit and refreshing acidity that makes you want for more. So good!! PWS

    2020
    White Blend
    Australia
    474
    $20.00
  11. Morgado de Silgueiros Tinto 2015
    Morgado de Silgueiros Tinto 2015
    Adega de Silgueiros produces wines that punch above their weight. For a long time considered a go to producer for great value wines. Using all the typical red Dao varieties of Touriga Nacional, Jaen, Alfrocheiro and Tinta Roriz, their wines display the typical red, blue and black fruit characters of these varieties. The Dao has a very particular character due to the higher altitudes and iconic granite soils. Juicy, pretty, structured and a super performer at this price point. Dao at its most accessible. I am always impressed how Portuguese wines often manges to get such fruity instensity but manage to stay vibrant and fresh. This is no wilting flower mind you but given the climate of the region it always has a lovely light touch to it.
    2015
    Blend
    Portugal
    384
  12. Domaine Pajot Cotes de Gascogne Blanc 2019
    Domaine Pajot Cotes de Gascogne Blanc 2019

    The Domaine itself is plonked on the hills overlooking Eauze the capital of Armagnac. Its certified organic and has eighty acres of vines that grow on the gentle hills of sand and fine silt soils. All harvests are done by hand and the domaine does not use any chemical fertilizers or pesticides. This is a dry and textural blend of Colombard, Ugni-Blanc, Sauvignon, and Gros-Manseng.

    They have done it again! This is my go to white for summer with a lovely lemony, floral lilt and powdery, perfumed nose. Gentle and bright with clean and crisp flavours of orchard fruits and white nectarine. Its uncomplicated and delicious with clean, crunchy fruits and a zippy, minerally finish. Ridiculous value. MYLES, PWS

    2019
    White Blend
    France
    393
  13. Ca Erto Soave 2020
    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.
    2020
    Garganega
    Italy
    499
  14. Peter Lehmann H & V Shiraz 2019
    Peter Lehmann H & V Shiraz 2019
    The H&V range are designed to showcase the diversity of the Barossa and in some ways challenge the views of what consumers think. The wine is a blend of mainly Barossa and a touch of Eden fruit which adds a lovely cool edge and offers great value.

    Nicel filled with plum, blackberry and dark chocolate flavours. There is a nod to 'traditional' Barossa with the use of American hogsheads. In saying that this is surprisingly elegant and wonderfully put together. Plenty of ripe blackberry conserve and a spicy, leathery lick. We are thoroughly impressed with this little number.
    2019
    shiraz
    Australia
    349
  15. Marcel Malbec 2018
    Marcel Malbec 2018
    Château du Cèdre is widely regarded as the leading estate in Cahors. Brothers Pascal and Jean-Marc Verhaeghe, both qualified oenologists, can trace its history back to their grandfather Léon who left his native Flanders to settle in south-west France in the early 1900s. In due course Léon’s son Charles and his wife Marie-Thérèse started a mixed farm in 1958 and began planting one hectare of vines in three different plots every year.

    This is made from fruit that doesn't make the estate range and also bought fruit from the greater southwest area. Sees no oak.

    This is the soft and juicy side of Malbec with mulberry and damson fruit flecked with violet and sweet spice. The usual Cahor tannins are melted away into the pluch fruit and this is made to drink young and in fron of a fire. Great examlpe of what the southwest can do at this level when given a little care and attention. PWS

    100% Malbec from purchased fruit grown on the 1st and 2nd terraces close to the river. The fruit is 100% de-stemmed and crushed, then the juice given a 3-4 day cold soak, to extract colour and a little tannin, before being pressed and cool-fermented in stainless steel. Matured in concrete tanks for 6-8 months. 'This shows the soft, juicy side of Malbec. No serious tannins here, just red berry fruit and fine acidity. That means it's ready to drink this winter.' Vintage & Vine
    2018
    Malbec
    France
    360
  16. Sherrah Grenache Rose 2021
    Sherrah Grenache Rose 2021

    This is part of the new wave of South Australian producers with a new look of bright, gluggable and deceptively serious wines. No more flattening your palate with 110% oak, this is crunchy and fresh with a nod to its warm home in the Vale. Alex 'Boy Friday' is chief swirler and sniffer a title he self-bestowed and one we think gives you a good idea about what's going on at Sherrah.

    When we tasted this recently, we all cooed at the upfront blast of juicy fruit, sweet spice, and absolute slurpable nature of this Rose. Bliss! It's pure, crispy, plush and so delicious. Plenty of raspberry and red cherry fruit that is punctuated by drifting spice and crunchy acidity. Just proves that grenache is such a perfect varietal for rose. This is beach and BBQ ready baby!

    2021
    Grenache
    Australia
    436
  17. Tomfoolery Young Blood Grenache 2020
    Tomfoolery Young Blood Grenache 2020

    Inspired by the new wave ‘Vino Joven’ wines of the old world, Young Blood Grenache is released as a cheeky youngster with just a brief barrel maturation to retainin as much  freshness and finesse as possibkbe and it does beautifully. The fruit is open fermented utilising native yeasts, with 30% whole bunch in the mix. Gently basket pressed and racked to stainless vats (50%) and old French oak hogsheads (50%) for 6 months maturation.

    This is pure, vibrant and brimming with energy. Lithe but plenty of flavour to go around. Very slurpable. MYLES, PWS

    2020
    Grenache
    Australia
    349
    Special Price $22.00 Regular Price $26.00
  18. Martingale Estate Pinot Noir 2020
    Martingale Estate Pinot Noir 2020
    Located in the heart of the Yarra Valley in the sub-region of Gruyere, Martingale is a first-generation family run vineyard and now wine label. While still supplying some of the Yarra's finest labels with high quality fruit they have now decided to make a small amount of wine under their own label.
    An open and inviting nose with hints if underbrush and red fruits to the fore. Vibrant cherry, raspberry and a sprinkle of black fruits pull you in. There is a lovely ease and caress on the palate here that is off-set with hint of savoury oak and that Yarra underbrush poking its head through again. Not too heavy, not too light, just right. Looking forward to some more releases from Martingale, that is for sure.
    2020
    Pinot noir
    Australia
    506
  19. La Guardiense Fiano Sannio DOC 2018
    La Guardiense Fiano Sannio DOC 2018
    La Guardiense is one of the largest and most respected cooperative wineries in the Italy, founded in 1962 with over 1000 growers tending 2000 hectares on vines on their books supplying fruit to the winery. They control some of the finest Falanghina, Fiano and Aglianico vineyards within the Beneventano IGT appellation. Producing a range of wines from across the DOC's of Campania, La Guardiense has built a solid reputation for both the quality of the vineyard sources and the wines they release in bottle giving a fascinating glimpse into the varied wine styles of this much improved region of Italy.

    Multiple award winning domestically, this is ultimate Summer fare. Straw yellow with green highlights, distinctive floral aroma and white fruits. Fiano's home in the warmer south always lends itself to have a little richness and weight which is perfect for the spring wether. There is a nice exoctic edge to the white/yellow fruits and peppery hit at the end. Enjoy before, during or after long Spring and Summer lunches! PWS
    2015
    Fiano
    Italy
    363
  20. Colle Corviano Montepulciano d'Abruzzo DOC 2019
    Colle Corviano Montepulciano d'Abruzzo DOC 2019
    Colle Corviano are smart operators producing some pitch-perfect, classic drops from the hills of Abruzzo. They farm sustainably and all facets of wine-making and growing are agonised over bringing a wonderful vitality and balance to their wines. The montepulciano is off select vineyards all sitting above 300 metres and exposed to the gentle breeze of the Adriatic.

    The wine sees a touch of French oak and this subtly frames the mulberry and black berry on the nose while lending a soft spicey edge to the fruit. Juicy and plush the fruit glides along easily with some fine, grainy tannins peppered throughout the slightly broody fruit. This is screaming for a bit of red grilled meat or really anything charred on hot coals would be a dream.
    2019
    Red
    Italy
    338
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