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  1. Torres Sangre de Torro 2017 375ml
    Torres Sangre de Torro 2017 375ml
    Founded in 1870 by Jamie Torres, today the Bodegas Torres is considered to be one of the world’s great wine families producing wines from across Spain, Chile and California. Torres has 1700 hectares on vines in Catalonia, which provides about one quarter of the companies production.

    Torres is a member of the Primum Familiae - a collective of the world's finest wine families including Chateau Mouton-Rothschild, Antinori, Pol Roger, Hugel and Tenuta San Guido.

    Rich complex Mediterranean aromas with exuberant notes of spices and blackberries. Velvety tannins are noted on the palate with elegant flavours of licorice and small dark forest fruits. PWS
    2017
    Grenache
    Spain
    371
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. O'Leary Walker Blue Cutting Road Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot 2017
    O'Leary Walker Blue Cutting Road Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot 2017
    Easily enjoyed, with no bars to jump over; red and blackcurrant are the fruit drivers, tannins and oak a misty backdrop. JAMES HALLIDAY

    "What is this, and why haven't we been shown this before?" that's how it went down when recently trying this at a tasting with Dave O'leary. A pretty formidable combo here and what the boys have done is pretty impressive given the value of this wine. We had to include it in this pack and we stacked a ton down the front too.

    It's so soft and supple and with 5 years in the bottle or so its just in a beautiful spot with sweet beguiling fruit, a touch of violet and beautiful lilting style. Still plenty fresh and vibrant and just a touch of earth and fresh leather linger sneakily in the background to show its age. A ripper of a wine, beautifully balanced and just the perfect winter drop with that hint of mocha and fruit cake spice that weaves it way throughout and along the expansive pallet. A ripper!
    2012
    Cabernet Sauvignon
    Australia
    377
  5. Campo Flores Tinto 2019
    Campo Flores Tinto 2019
    The grapes sourced for the Campo Flores wines come from sun drenched, organically farmed vineyards in the centre of Spain. Each wine is handmade and reflects the personality of the land and terroir. Warning! This wine is immensely drinkable and we bet you will be hitting us up for more. It not the first time we have put it in a pack or floor stacked it in the store because it's just bloody delicious!

    Supple ripe strawberry and blackcurrant fruit leaps out of the glass with swirl of earthy licorice that gently lurks. Spiced cola and black pepper poke their heads in and the little dash of syrah just adds another dimension to the wine. Some fine tannins run through the supple fruit and this is altogether more serious then either the label or the price point would allude too.
    2018
    tempranillo
    Spain
    472
  6. Chapoutier Costiere de Nimes 2017
    Chapoutier Costiere de Nimes 2017
    Opens with crème de mure, wild forest fruits and summer raspberries. Plenty of mulled spices and wild herbs. The palate is full and ripe with a tangy hit of salty liquorice on the close. The tannins are soft and plush and provide a nice frame for the fruit to hang off. PWS

    A bold, rich and round expression of mixed berries with some wild herbs. Rich, fluid tannins. Smooth and approachable. JamesSuckling.com
    2017
    Rhone Blend
    France
    467
    $18.00
  7. Chateau Fontareche Corbieres Rouge Vieilles Vignes 2019
    Chateau Fontareche Corbieres Rouge Vieilles Vignes 2019
    STAGE 16 - HILLY - CARCASSONNE > FOIX 178.5 KM

    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
  8. Route du Van Dolcetto Shiraz 2018
    Route du Van Dolcetto Shiraz 2018
    A passion project for The Dexter clan (Todd and Debbie) and Bird (Ian and Ruth, David and Marie) families sourcing grapes from all over Victoria to put into this fun label. Winemaker Todd heads up the team in winery so if that is not enough to get you interested then I don't know what is. Great stuff all round from the label but we think this wine is the most fun and interesting out of the lot.

    King Valley/Alpine Valley
    51% Dolcetto
    47% Shiraz
    6% Sangiovese

    A juicy little number with that loveley blue fruit clove spice hit you get from Dolcetto. The shiraz throw in some more darker broody fruit and the earthy peppercorn element as well. This is such a fun little wine that is screaming drink me now! Plush and pretty its a crowd pleaser. PWS
    2018
    Dolcetto, shiraz
    Australia
    443
  9. The Wizardry Grenache Rouge 2019
    The Wizardry Grenache Rouge 2019

    Steve Webber is a man of many talents and passions. One of his is Grenache from upper Heathcote. He loves it so much he has established a brand around promoting the variety in the region. This is the 3rd vintage and of the wines and we are thoroughly convinced, not just because Steve stands behind, but because the wine is that good. The future is bright and so is this wine. PWS

    This red delight reflects the name with definitely some magic in its makeup, dark cherry aromatics to start, with ripe but not jammy flavours as you sip in medium to fuller-bodied juicy fruits offsetting a fine, sandy tannin feel. There’s a lot going on for the price – look out for specials and keep an eye on it as the styling unfolds over the next few years. HALLIDAY MAGAZINE SEPTEMBER 2020

    2019
    Grenache
    Australia
    506
  10. Monteguelfo Chianti DOCG 2020
    Monteguelfo Chianti DOCG 2020
    Wow! This was such a wonderful surprise and terrific value Chianti from the estates of Andrea Cecchi. Made from 90% Sangiovese and 10% Colorino, the wine does not see any oak and has a tradiotional leaning and plenty of character, particularly for a wine at this price. The Cecchi family has 125 years of winemaking history and have some excellent vineyards at their disposal.

    It's a wonderfully vibrant & fresh expression of sangiovese that retains its fleshy and soft fruits throughout with a pillowy texture. Hints of black cherry and wild forest fruits with a touch of leather and some savoury dried herbs.
    2019
    sangiovese
    Italy
    495
  11. Moss Wood Amy's Vineyard Cabernet 2019 375ml
    Moss Wood Amy's Vineyard Cabernet 2019 375ml

    5/13/7/5% cabernet sauvignon/merlot/malbec/petit verdot. Hand picked, matured for 14 months in seasoned French oak. The 2019 vintage in Margaret River was cool and wet, producing wines of concentrated, high aroma and vibrancy. This is all of that, with layers of nuance on the palate. It is very restrained and long; unfurling, petal by petal, rather than revealing itself all at once. Elegant and classy to the very end. A ripper. Buy it and cellar it with confidence, or drink its beauty tonight – both viable options. ERIK LARKIN, James Halliday

    2018
    Cabernet Sauvignon
    Australia
    432
  12. Luccarelli Primitivo 2018
    Luccarelli Primitivo 2018
    The Terre di Sava winery was founded in 2008 and today produces a range of wines designed to celebrate the wine-making history of Sava, within Puglia (South East Italy).

    Located just to the west of Manduria (the town after which the Primitivo di Manduria DOC is named) on the Salento Peninsula, the “land of Sava” is the land of the gnarled old bush vines that produce the Primitivo grape destined for this rich and earthy expression of Puglia. MONDO IMPORTS

    Primitivo 100% - Salento,Puglia. Intense ruby red color with violet reflections; complex bouquet with lots of red fruits. Full-bodied, soft, quite tannic, harmonious.Ready to drink. Excellent with rich first courses, redmeat,game and medium-seasoned cheeses. LUCCARELLI
    2018
    Italy
    462
  13. Poggio Dei Principi Sangiovese 2019
    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.
    2019
    sangiovese
    Italy
    391
  14. Luccarelli Primitivo 2020
    Luccarelli Primitivo 2020

    The Terre di Sava winery was founded in 2008 and today produces a range of wines designed to celebrate the wine-making history of Sava, within Puglia (South East Italy).

    Located just to the west of Manduria (the town after which the Primitivo di Manduria DOC is named) on the Salento Peninsula, the “land of Sava” is the land of the gnarled old bush vines that produce the Primitivo grape destined for this rich and earthy expression of Puglia.

    Primitivo 100% - Salento,Puglia. Lots of red fruit to the fore and a sweet spice hit that gives a lovely warmth to the fruit. This is plump, mid-weight and very gluggable. Perfect with grilled meats and would happily stand-up to any Aussie BBQ fair you could throw at it.

    2019
    Italy
    462
  15. La Boca Malbec 2020
    La Boca Malbec 2020
    La Boca is sourced from vineyards in the Uco Valley, Argentina at elevations of up to 3500 metres. Purity and freshness is the key here with modern winemaking and very little oak to hide behind.

    The high altitude vineyards lend a lovely lifted quality to the fruit on the nose and in the mouth.
    Mulberry and black currant fruit give way to black spice and heady aromatics of violet that you don't often see. The well-established older vines yield wonderfully concentrated fruit at the core of the wine and the minimal fussing in the winemaking means that the pure fruits are allowed to shine. Plush and forward but with a lovely snap of acidity and round tannins that hold everything in check. Good stuff!
    2020
    Malbec
    Argentina
  16. 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
  17. 2A Pinot Noir 2019
    2A Pinot Noir 2019

    Made by an icon within the Australian wine industry Matt Harrop. Matt had stints at Grosset and Brokenwood before creating Shadowfax in 1999. Now making wine at Curly Flat and Silent Way, Matt has gained a reputation for making stunning cool climate wines with structure, concentration and complexity.
    This Pinot Noir was made exclusively for the Prince Wine Store with fruit sourced from the Macedon Ranges. The youthful wine presents a vibrant nose of fresh cut strawberries with a herbaceous edge. Bright red fruit follows on the palate, with fresh crunchy acidity and subtle spiced characteristic. Beautifully accompanied with roast rabbit or enjoyed on its own. PWS

    2019
    Pinot noir
    Australia
    426
  18. Blind Corner Rouge 2021
    Blind Corner Rouge 2021

    Shiraz 44.2%, Merlot 42.8%, Cabernet Sauvignon 13.0% - Margaret River

    Sourced from the Blind Corner Quindalup vineyard and selected like minded organically farmed partners in the Margaret River wine region. A delicious blend of Shiraz, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes. Parcels of fruit are destemmed directly to half tonne fermenters where they gently idle their way through fermentation. Following fermentation the wine is pressed to oak and allowed to mature for nine months before blending and bottling.

    Soft and juicy but with a gentle grip and fine tannin profile.

    2021
    Cabernet Blends
    Australia
    504
  19. Isaac Fernandez Acentor Garnacha 2016
    Isaac Fernandez Acentor Garnacha 2016
    Isaac Fernández Selección is a unique collaborative venture between two individuals - Isaac Fernández Montaña one of Spain's most acclaimed winemakers and Aurelio Cabestrero. Working with old vine fruit and from some of the oldest DO's in Spain they are bringing together a wealth of experience. It's a shame this is the only wine coming into the country because it is a belter!

    Dark violet with spicey accented cherry and dark berry aromas. There is a touch of cola and vanilla  that sits nicely against the fresh dark fruit. Tons of energy and it seems to sizzle along in the mouth, offering sweet red and blue fruit and spicecake flavors. There is a bit of tannic grip and that touch of wild herbs that leads into a smokey finish where the tannins melt back into the sweet fruits. This is a great example of what a bit of thought and effort can bring to a wine that overdelivers in spades!
    2016
    Grenache
    Spain
    364
  20. Pala Silenzi Rosso Carignano Monica 2019
    Pala Silenzi Rosso Carignano Monica 2019

    Established by Salvatore Pala in 1950, today, sixty years later Mario Pala represents the third generation of the family to run this famous estate. Based in Sardinia, the vineyards of Azienda Agricola Pala are divided into five separate holdings according to their different terroirs. 

    This is a bit of a modern take on Sardinian wines with a bit of extra vibrancy and freshness that you don't always catch from the region. A blend of mainly carignan and a touch of locally grown monica. White pepper spice and a quartyz thing going on here with crushed raspberry and strawberry leaping out of the glass. There is a lovely warmth to the fruit, sweet and ripe with a buzz of snappy tannin and lick of fresh acidity. It's plush and crisp with a gentle grip.  MYLES, PWS

    2019
    Carignan
    Italy
    480
  21. Altano Tinto DOC Duero 2019
    Altano Tinto DOC Duero 2019

    The oldest British-owned Port house, Warre's was founded by two young entrepreneurs Clarke and Thornton, in 1670 and is considered one of the pioneering houses of the Port trade, today owned by the famous Symington family. While more famous for its fortified wines this new addition to the portfolio is a cracking example of the new-wave of still Portuguese wines coming out of the country and bang-on perfect fair for winter.

    Ah touriga, so pretty with violets, roses, blue fruits, and whole peppercorns swirling around. Wild strawberry and black currants flit around in the background too. A touch of balsamic with cocoa and dark chocolate notes in their too with the touriga franca addina a little summery red fruit hit. It's taught with finely focused tannin and a core of pristine, ripe fruit. Nicely balanced capturing the warmth of the Douro in a tight little package. MYLES, PWS

    2019
    Touriga
    Argentina
    437
  22. Marcel Malbec 2018
    Marcel Malbec 2018
    STAGE 19 -  FLAT - CASTELNAU-MAGNOAC > CAHORS 188.5 KM

    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
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