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  1. 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
  2. Jules Mediterranean Rose 2019
    Jules Mediterranean Rose 2019
    Hugh and Jane Faulkner fell in love with a vineyard, situated on the foothills of the Masif des Maures, in the centre of the Var, and settled at the property in 1989. Their eldest son Julian would eventually take over the running of the vineyard in 2000. A shrewd wine businessman and talented vigneron, Julian established the Jules label with the mission to craft delicious, accessible, and great value wines with single estate personality.

    Another killer Rose from Jules and one of those wines you ask yourself how they can do it for the money? Hints of citrus peel, fresh cut fennel and cranberry/red currant fruits on the nose follow into a juicy palate of crunchy, bright red fruit with a white pepper finish. Really juicy and bright but perfectly dry and eminently drinkable. Now under screwcap how can you go wrong? You would be crazy to not have a dozen of waiting in the wings for every time someone drops by for a drink on the patio or that last minute BBQ invite. PWS
    2019
    Mourvedre
    France
    460
  3. 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
  4. Des Grande Esperances Java Rouge 2019
    Des Grande Esperances Java Rouge 2019
    This is a cracking Blend of gamay 60% malbec 20% and cabernet Franc 20% made by the team at Domaines de Grande Esperances. They are geared towards quality production and organic farming base in the Loire Valley and working with about 24 hectares of land and 8 varietals. These are fun and delicious wines that don't take themselves to seriously but still over-deliver in spades.

    A lifted fruit punch of red fruits - think strawberry, raspberry, sour cherry and red currant that leap out of the glass. A wild spicy note carries the bold fruit turning round into lovely savoury peppery sprinkles. There is a light lick of tannin that keeps this all-in check. Yum!
    2019
    Cabernet Franc, Gamay
    France
    484
    Special Price $19.00 Regular Price $22.00 As low as $18.00
  5. 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
  6. Clos Clare Riesling 2019 375ml
    Clos Clare Riesling 2019 375ml

    Owned arnd run by the Barry family (Jim Barrty Wines) the clos Clare patch is located within the famous Florita vineyard in Watervale and is getting on for 50 years of age. The clos Clare Riesling is often among the very best in the region amd access to their absolutely stonking older releases, which they hold back in cellar, is proof of that pedigree. PWS

    This is archetypal. Quintessential. Classic. A taut thread of lime juice, grapefruit and candied lemon zest woven by a spindle of pumice, slate and bright acidity. Transparent. A flowing stream of flavour. Inimitably Clare. This will fill out with bottle age. NED GOODWIN, James Halliday

    2019
    Riesling
    Australia
    377
  7. 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
  8. 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
  9. Blind Corner Rouge 2019
    Blind Corner Rouge 2019
    Whatever you think this price should get you, this easy, juicy red will raise your expectations. Vivid primariness, high-toned fragrance and seamless texture are the name of the game.

    It's is a blend of Quindalup Shiraz and Cabernet ferments, seasoned with roughly five per cent Merlot from the Estate's young 'Pétrus' clone grafts at Wilyabrup. In the main the fruit was drawn from 20+ year-old vines, all hand-picked, foot-crushed and wild-fermented, then basket-pressed to old oak for a few months before bottling. The Cabernet component includes a percentage of barrels declassified from Blind Corner's posher bottling. PWS
    2019
    Cabernet Blends
    Australia
    504
  10. 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
  11. De Bortoli Vinoque Same Same 2019
    De Bortoli Vinoque Same Same 2019

    The Vinoque range from De Bortoli is a bit of fun for winemaker Steve Webber but don't let that full you, the same drive for quality and great wine are poured into these wines as they are the hole range from the crew at De Bortoli.

    The Same Same blend changes from year to year and has in the past included Pinot Gris. Either way it is "Pinot" based and ridiculously easy to drink. PWS

    Yarra Valley blend of pinot meunier (59%) and pinot noir. Pinot meunier: same same as pinot noir, but different. Just don’t ask me to explain how.

    Sure this is frisky, fresh and berried but there’s an earthen quality, a savoury side, a nod to the other side of the brain. There’s a core of sweet succulent fruit but that’s not the wine’s main play; herb and spice notes have the run of things here. It’s an ‘at the table’ wine, as opposed to an ‘on the couch’ or a ‘by the pillow’ wine (there’s a set of wine show categories for you). It pays to get these things right. In any case I’m a fan of this release. Le table awaits. CAMPBELL MATTINSON, The Wine Front

    2019
    Red
    Australia
    506
  12. De Bortoli Villages Pinot Noir 2019
    De Bortoli Villages Pinot Noir 2019

    The idea of a Villages blend is to create attractive and appealing wine from different villages within the Yarra Valley. Chardonnay, Sauvignon and Pinot Noir are selected from best growers along with and Grenache chosen from Heathcote. 

    How Steve Webber and his team manage to punch out such great wines, accross the whole ranged with this value is always a surprise to us.

    Another stellar effort and effortlessly is the key word here. Floral and bright with a serious tone to the fruit that is dialled in with a fresh Autumnal leaf that sits gently in the background. Softly sweet fruit, fresh and clean with a little x-factor that keeps you coming back for more. PWS

    2019
    Pinot noir
    Australia
    506
  13. Bilancia Pinot Gris 2019
    Bilancia Pinot Gris 2019

    Pears and apples mingle with white flowers and a touch of peach. Lovely texture, dry and rich with a sense of glycerol to the overt flavours of bosc pear and red apples. It has Gris weight but also a nice, enlivening juicy feel to the fruit. Finishes with a good degree of crispness to what is otherwise a wine of texture above all. I think the winemaker said "This is how Pinot Gris should be." That's a fair statement, tastes like a textbook description of the variety when it's made well. ROSCOE

    2019
    Pinot Gris
    New Zealand
    403
  14. De Bortoli Tumbarumba Chardonnay 2019
    De Bortoli Tumbarumba Chardonnay 2019

    De Bortoli offers some of the most interesting and best value drinking in the country at the moment. Their commitment to quality at all levels is really incredible and the fact that they manage to do this over such a large range and with such a diverse suite of wine style and varietals is unbelieveable. PWS

    From the Minutello Vineyard planted '81. The sheer quality of the fruit - and its clearly articulated varietal character - leaves no room for argument: this is priced well below its value. The flavours are ripe even though framed by pink grapefruit, green apple and white peach. Oak? Don't know/don't care. JAMES HALLIDAY

    2019
    chardonnay
    Australia
    494
  15. 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
  16. 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
  17. Vinuva Nero d'Avola 2019
    Vinuva Nero d'Avola 2019
    This is 100% organic and sourced of the crazy volcanic soils of Sicily. Often Nero runs to juby and a bit non-descript but this version has plenty of detail and savoury crunch all wrapped up in an easy drinking and plush style.

    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
    2019
    Nero d'Avola
    Italy
    391
  18. 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
  19. 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
  20. Racine Picpoul de Pinet 2019
    Racine Picpoul de Pinet 2019
    Picpoul from the coastal reaches of the Mediterranean has become in recent years the 'go to wine' in France for Oysters, shell fish and indeed all fish and with good reason as besides having that dry bite and the acidity that goes with it, it also has good body and underlying fruit flavours. I love it - and particularly as it is made by my good fried Francois Chamboissier who is both a talented winemaker and a great gourmet living in a stunning small village in southern France. What a life! The wine is a treat. Racy freshness, ripe citrus fruit, and seafood-friendly purity. The palate has a lovely texture, with many layers of flavour and a notable length to the finish.

    "The 2019 Racine Picpoul de Pinet is spot on. Crisp, clean and lively, it makes the perfect springtime aperitif and, blessed with a screwcap, can be opened in a trice whenever thirst strikes. JONATHAN RAY, The Spectator Magazine
    2019
    Picpoul
    France
    484
  21. Domaine Naturaliste Discovery Syrah 2019
    Domaine Naturaliste Discovery Syrah 2019
    Silver - International Wine Challenge London 

    Blueberry and purple fruit notes. A purple and fine elegant style with a lovely chocolate on the palate NICK ADAMS, MW

    We love the wines of Domaine Naturalist and Bruce Dukes is a man who walks to the beat of hist own drum. The vineyards sit in the cooler Wilyabrup GI and you can see this is in the Discovery syrah that presents with fresh cracked pepper and lifted spice over smokey and meaty, blue/black fruits. Plenty of punch in a medium bodied and fleshy number. This screams cool-climate style and we look forward to more like this from Bruce. PWS

    2019
    shiraz
    Australia
    432
  22. Langmeil Three Gardens Viognier Roussane Marsanne 2019
    Langmeil Three Gardens Viognier Roussane Marsanne 2019
    A classic blend of three of the noblest French Rhône white varieties - Viognier, Marsanne and Roussanne. A fruity, rich and textural fusion bursting with stone fruit, grapefruit, honeysuckle fresh cut herb and a lemon curd zing. This is have lovely cut and nervy energy that sits beautifully within a fleshy and ripe frame. This is a real surprise and a perfect winter white with its textural body.

    In keeping with the old Barossa vignerons' name for their vineyards, the three 'Gardens' for this blend have been selected from the Lyndoch vineyard in the Southern Barossa Valley, the Marsanne from Gomersal on the Western Ridge and the Roussanne from the high rolling hills of Eden Valley. Each were picked relatively early then fermented separately at low temperatures to retain freshness. This was followed by five months' tank maturation on lees (a polite way of saying dead yeast) to build complexity and palate weight before blending and bottling.
    2019
    Marsanne, Roussane, Viognier
    Australia
    349
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