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  1. Insieme Primitivo del Salento 2019
    Insieme Primitivo del Salento 2019

    Insieme translates as 'together', borne of the close co-operation between growers across Italy and the Bruni family's winemaking team for some 40 years.  The Insieme wines provide solid introduction to Italy's classic regions and varieties, in this case the lusty Primitivo of Puglia.

    Medium to full weight, capturing the essence of southern Italian 'sunshine in a bottle'.  Bursting bright with plum, baking spices, fig and dried fruit and a fresh acid line, a full though juicy and guzzlable style making for a high class barbecue wine, or an easy pairing for pizza and tomato based pastas. PWS

    2019
    Italy
    462
  2. Camino Real Tempranillo 2018
    Camino Real Tempranillo 2018
    The vineyards of Camino Real are located in the heart of La Rioja, surrounded by mountain Sierra de Cantabria and river Ebro on the south. This area has an ancient tradition of winemaking and perfect conditions for Tempranillo. Camino Real combines an extraordinary quality, true character of the region and love for wine. The operation is large but the focus is on quality.

    This is 100% Tempranillo from a selection of old vineyards, between 50 and 70 years old, located in San Vicente de la Sonsierra. All the grape are manual harvested with fermentation is steel tank for freshness and just 4 months in new barrels for a lick of oak.

    Violet colour with a hint of ruby. Compelling nose of fresh blackcurrants, plums and other dark forest fruits. There is also a gentle herbal and oak notes. Elegant and fruity wine, with wild forest fruits, with raspberries and black cherries to the fore. Tannins are soft  supple nicely balanced with acidity that offsets the sweet fruits. PWS
    2018
    tempranillo
    Spain
    472
  3. 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
  4. Chapoutier La Combe Pilate Viognier 2017
    Chapoutier La Combe Pilate Viognier 2017

    The Chapoutiere range is huge and it is incredible to behold the quality across the board from this famous producer given the sheer amount of wine they make.

    This is off his families, mixed-use farm and sits outside the typical Condrieu framework both in style and place.

    There is an intriguing struck-flint, mineral note mixed with floral edges and fresh apricot. It's zippy an fresh with vibrant peach and apricot fruit to the fore. It lively and full of energy and raring to go. PWS

    2017
    Viognier
    France
    467
  5. 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
  6. Chaffey Bros Not Your Grandma Rose 2021
    Chaffey Bros Not Your Grandma Rose 2021
    It's hard to deny the scrumptious booze that Chaffey brothers are punching out of the Barossa. Daniel Chaffey Hartwig, Theo Engela & Huon Fechner have made it there mission to supply spanking wine for your drinking pleasure in an easy to access and understand package that over-delivers at every drop - nailed it!

    Not Your Grandma's Rosé is a 65% of the blend is old vine Grenache from the Lyndoch foothills and from Stockwell, which is co-fermented with 25% of old vine Mourvèdre. The remaining 10% is an aromatic blend of Riesling, Gewürtztraminer, Kerner which give it such a wonderfully spice accented top note that works so well with the strawberry, musk and turkish delight aromas. Crisp with zippy acid that penetrated the juicy red berry and strawberry falvours beautifully with mourvèdre adding a litte grip and lingering spice. Only 11.5% alcohol too with plenty of flavour under the bonnet.
    2019
    Grenache, Mourvedre
    Australia
    349
  7. Handorf Hill Rose 2021
    Handorf Hill Rose 2021

    36/23/21/20% pinot noir/tempranillo/merlot/trollinger. Hand-picked fruit, gently crushed. Free-run juice fermented in stainless steel with cultured yeasts. Delicate is the middle name of this breezy, summery rosé with its dusty strawberry scent, honeydew melon and mandarin skin aromas. Walks a fine, straight line of soft, juicy acidity across the palate. JENI PORT, The Wine Companion

    2017
    Gruner Veltliner
    Australia
    340
    Special Price $22.00 Regular Price $27.00
  8. Salomon Undhof Gruner Veltliner Wieden 2017 375ml
    Salomon Undhof Gruner Veltliner Wieden 2017 375ml
    Bert Salomon is on a roll, having over the past several years achieved increasingly consistent and impressive results at what was already among the Kremstal’s longstanding best addresses, not to mention among the area’s historical leaders and earliest estate-bottlers of Riesling. DAVID SCHILDKNECHT, Vinous

    Encircled by a massive property wall, the Wieden vineyard adjoins the winery. Vines from the Wieden old Gruner Veltliner rootstocks have also been planted on the terraces of the neighbouring Kreuzberg vineyard and this wine is a blend of the two sites. PWS

    A seriously mineral and herbal grüner veltliner with a very satisfying combination of freshness and substance, the finish very clean but only moderately acidic.   Jamessuckling.com Sept 2018

    From stony and sandy soils in Krems (Wieden, Wachtberg and Kögl, all planted with the old family clone), the 2017 Grüner Veltliner Wieden is ripe, bright and intense on the nose with delicate flinty aromas in the background. Juicy-piquant and mouthfilling, this is an elegant, intense, persistently aromatic and quite powerful but still delicious Veltliner with intense fruit and delicate freshness with grip and stimulating salinity. STEPEHN REINHARDT, The Wine Advocate, Dec 2018.
    2017
    Gruner Veltliner
    Austria
    501
  9. Silent Way Pinot Noir 2018
    Silent Way Pinot Noir 2018
    The Silent Way Pinot Noir is grown at Kilmore all sourced from the Quarry Ridge Vineyard. Planted from the mid 1980s, it's a very cold site, D5V12 and MV6. Lots of rock here- the western boundary was mined for bluestone many years back. Not officially macedon Ranges- about 1 km west of the Macedon GI boundary. A super cool sight so warmer vintage like 2018 suit it well.

    Hand harvested fruit was fermented naturally with 10% whole bunches, pumped over daily.20 days on skins, pressed then settled for 5 days then racked to oak for a natural MLF. Only 5% new wood.
    Campari notes, black fruits, some cocoa dust and sweet red cherries. Palate is sweet fruited, evenly ripened and shows good powerful flavours- black cherry, some earthy notes and ripe positively structured tannin. This is a firmly structured, sweetly fruited Pinot- showing the positive effects of a cool site in a warm season.

    And don't forget this is named after one of the game-changing jazz tracks by Miles Davis. PWS
    2017
    Pinot noir
    Australia
    426
  10. Vinea Marson 'Jozza' Syrah 2015
    Vinea Marson 'Jozza' Syrah 2015
    If you love the wine of Marios at Vinea Marson you are going to love this. The wine is part of an export deal that unfortunately (fortunately for us) fell through. Needless to say this isn't uncommon in the world of wine and we get to reap the benefits.

    This has all the bells and whistles of Marios wines out of Heathcote and he has put just as much love into making this as he has his Vinea Marson range. Nice dark berry fruit with some pretty and lifted aromatics, sweet spices and elegant floral lilt. Its open and fleshy following through with black fruits that flow on a supple palate. A peppery hit at the close. Nice stuff.
    2015
    shiraz
    Australia
    404
  11. Vinuva Nero d'Avola 2018
    Vinuva Nero d'Avola 2018
    Sicily a region blessed with consistent bright sunshine is perfect for Nero d'avola a native grape from the island. Grown on a calcareous soil this gives the wine an elegant lilt to the plush fruit. The nose presents with black and red berries and dried fruits with notes of chocolate underlying the vibrant fruit. This is a lovely bright expression of the Variety with a mouth-filling and juicy palate. 100% organic to boot! PWS
    2018
    Nero d'Avola
    Italy
    391
  12. Pierre Amadieu Cotes du Rhone Roulepierre 2019
    Pierre Amadieu Cotes du Rhone Roulepierre 2019
    It's been a while since we have tried the Pierre Amadieu wines and recent tasting made us question why we had for so long. A quality producer that makes a range of great northern and southern Rhone wines. There entry level CDR is a bit of a flagship and is such a joy to drink. PWS

    A 75-25 blend of Grenache and Syrah, the 2018 Cotes du Rhone Roulepierre is a fruit-forward offering with substantial weight for a "simple" Côtes du Rhône. Raspberries, cherries and garrigue come together on the charming nose, while silky tannins frame the palate and linger easily on the finish. ...It's a solid value. JOE CZWERWINSKI, eRobertParker.com
    2018
    Rhone Blend
    France
    467
  13. 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
  14. Yalumba Antique Tawny 375ml
    Yalumba Antique Tawny 375ml
    Yalumaba is a force to be reckoned with and a recent chat with the team there left us pretty excited about what is going on. This was one of the highlights of that tasting, and we were throuroughly impressed. The base wine is over 40 years old, the finished wine has an average age of 15 years. Deep sienna brown colour, with distinct green olive edges, showing its great age. Made from shiraz, grenache and other Portuguese varietals.

    The medium amber-hued non-vintage Museum Reserve Antique Tawny, which has had more than 15 years of oak aging, is a sensational fortified that could easily be confused with a high quality, 20- to 25-year-old Tawny Port. Delicious notes of prunes, sweet raisins, over-ripe strawberries, and caramel soar from the glass of this incredibly intense wine. 96 Points, ROBERT PARKER, The Wine Advocate
    NV
    Muscat
    Australia
    476
  15. Prince Estivac Blanc de Blanc NV
    Prince Estivac Blanc de Blanc NV
    While there is no doubt Alsace is well known for its aromatic white varietals it is probably not as well known as the steward of great sparkling. Well, this little drop will change your mind. This doesn't try to be Champagne and it's all the better for it. The aim is to produce a clean, fun and delicious sparkling that nods to its home in Alsace but overdelivers in quality, and it has that in spades!

    This is sensational value, made from Pinot Blanc and Riesling in a traditional method. Nashi pear and green apple with hints of lime. Cumquat, apple, zesty citrus lead in the mouth to a long finish. Excellent little wine and you would be just as happy popping this for a toast as you would cracking it at a BBQ to get the party started.
    NV
    chardonnay, Pinot Blanc
    France
    343
    Special Price $23.00 Regular Price $27.00
  16. Pandolfa Federico Sangiovese 2018
    Pandolfa Federico Sangiovese 2018
    The estate itself covers 140 hectares, of which 40 are planted mainly to Sangiovese as well as Trebbiano, Chardonnay and a few other experimental varieties. Their aim here is to make a pure expression of Sangiovese as it is known in Emilia Romagna. Highly aromatic, cherry, raspberry liquorice and subtle spice, Mostly aged in stainless steel for 12 months, with the remainder aged in large oak casks owing to its softer character and drinkability. There is a lovely plushness to the fruit on the palate bouyed by those wirey Sangiovese tannins. You would make quick work of this wine with a bowl of pasta or pizza. The wine from Pandolfa certainly get more serious but who cares when this guys is so delicious!? PWS
    2018
    sangiovese
    Italy
    495
  17. Marsilea Premier Bobal 2018
    Marsilea Premier Bobal 2018
    A family-owned winery and cellar; 60 hectares of vineyards around the small village of Sinarcas, on an 800-metre high plateau inland from Valencia and close to the border with Castilla-La Mancha, surrounded by a pine forest. Sebastian Mancebo makes terrific organic wines mostly from native Bobal, alongside alternatives like Gewürztraminer.

    Vines are typically more than 40 years old and planted at altitudes of 900 meters. The grapes are hand-sorted before the fermentation and the partially crushed grapes are then subjected to low temperature for the extraction of primary, fruit aromas. The fermentation is done at low temperatures (18ºC) in temperature with no oak.

    A brilliant cherry-red colour, of medium intensity and purplish highlights. It has a bouquet of wild flowers and a salty minerality, typical of the regions' soils. Forceful yet velvety on the palate. Fruity with notes of blackberries, it hides a slight bitterness that balances the fruit, with a persistent and long finish. PWS
    2018
    Spain
  18. Oakridge LVS Willow Lake Chardonnay 2018 375ml
    Oakridge LVS Willow Lake Chardonnay 2018 375ml

    Winemaker and CEO David Bicknell has proved his worth time and again as an extremely talented winemaker. JAMES HALLIDAY

    What is there to say about this superb Yarra Valley winery. Headed up by Dave Bicknell it feels like they can do no wrong. Everything they make from top to bottom is deftly put together and sourced from the Yarra's best vineyards. The quality is always outstanding and the LVS (local vineyard series) is some of the best value Pinot and Chardonnay around. PWS

    I’ve probably said it before, and anyone who knows me knows I’m prone to repeating myself, but what a lovely evocative name it is for a vineyard.

    It doesn’t need any styling products; there’s not a hair out of place here. White peach and lime, green melon, almond nougat, a whisper of struck match and spice. Smooth and flavoursome, a subtle viscosity interlaid with chalk and flint, some floral mouth-perfume, slight tweak to the finish with citrus rind and grapefruit tang. Right proper Chardonnay here. GARY WALSH, The Wine Front

    2018
    chardonnay
    Australia
    506
  19. A. Mano Primitivo 2017
    A. Mano Primitivo 2017
    Mark has spent decades developing relationships with many old-time growers, learning and embracing their traditions and applying a winning combination of technology, passion and common sense, to best express what Puglia has to offer. Mark says “in our wines, you will always be able to taste the grapes and the vineyard they come from – in my mind, this is the true meaning of terroir.

    Better known as Zinfandel in the states the Italian version really seems like a distant cousin at best when you try great versions like this. Where Zin goes to boysenberry and blackberry fruits with a punch of baking spice this definitely travels down a more savoury path. The fruit give way to a dried plum and black-raspberry. The spices also look a bit more earthy with cumin and anise crushed together with clove. You can feel the warmth in the mouth but there is still a really nice hit of acidity that cleans it up beautifully. Simple and easy to enjoy but true to form and unmistakeably Italian. PWS

    2017
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