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  1. 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
  2. Mayford Tempranillo 2019
    Mayford Tempranillo 2019

    Mayford and Tempranillo have become synonymous.

    There's plenty of bold flavour here though there's a firm undertow of tannin and it feels seamless throughout. In fact overall integration here, particularly of oak and fruit, is excellent. Coffee, cola, black cherry, sweet herbs and roasted meat notes. It feels up-front and generous at first but then the finish trails out beautifully. CAMPBELL MATTINSON, The Wine Front

    Oh man! When we tried this recently we were all super impressed. Mayford just nail this so beautifully and we can't help but think this is one of the best and most authentic versions of tempranillo in Australia today. Captures all the sunny warmth of a Beechworth summer but pays homage to its roots in Spain. They don't shy around from a bit of tannin and bite, and with plenty of fruit to back it up this a wonderful winter sipper.

    2019
    tempranillo
    Australia
    500
  3. Maidenii Sweet Vermouth 750ml
    Maidenii Sweet Vermouth 750ml

    When Maidenii was conceived over a year ago, there was no Australian Vermouth on the market. Shaun and Gilles wanted to fill this niche to showcase Australia's unique native botanicals. Their Vermouth uses fresh wine to make a vibrant product distinct from others.

    The Sweet Vermouth is made by stoping the fermentation of cabernet grapes. Grapefruit, mace and angelica root all feature. Inspired by the classic Negroni, the Sweet is an ideal element for a white spirit cocktail, or perfect pairing for both soda and cider.

    Wonderful packaging aside, this is seriously brilliant to drink or mix. All Australian, very complex with herb, zest, spice and exotic botanicals aromas and flavours. It's got some great brine-meets-chalk texture too, kissed with a touch of glycerol sweetness. A must have. MIKE BENNIE
    Australia
    500
  4. Mr Black Coffee Liqueur (700ml)
    Mr Black Coffee Liqueur (700ml)
    Mr Black is coffee liqueur is locally made artisan spirit crafted at a small distillery on the NSW Central Coast. Mr Black only uses cold-pressed, specialty single-origin coffee beans from Ethiopia, Brazil and Papua New Guinea to craft this gold-medal winning liqueur. The bold and fresh coffee flavour, Mr Black burst onto the cocktail scene several years ago and has fast become one of the top local spirits with plenty of international accolades under its belt.  The bottle design is as striking as the liqueur is smooth.
    Liqueur
    Australia
    500
    $68.00
  5. Dockyard G+T Pack
    Dockyard G+T Pack

    A pack containing the brilliant Dockyard Copper Rivet Gin and a 4 pack of Strangelove No. 8 Tonic. Summer is covered!

    The distillery is a relatively new operation headed by Bob Russell and sons, Matthew and Stephen. It is unique in several senses but first off it is housed in a Victorian-era pumphouse in the now derelict Chatham Dockyard south of London. The dockyard was at one time of huge importance to the Empire building ships for the Royal Navy from Napoleonic times through to the Falklands. The pumphouse # 5 was used to pump out water for the dry docks. Russell saw an opportunity to revitalise a magnificent piece of English architecture, give some locals a job and indulge his passion for making bespoke spirits. To do this he decided to take the road less travelled in distilling and instead of buying in bulk spirit to make his Gin

    Italian Juniper berries, locally sourced elderflower, Bulgarian Coriander seeds, Spanish orange peel, Italian lemon peel, Guatemala green cardamom, grains of paradise from Africa, European Angelica root and Orris root, our own neutral grain spirit and Kentish chalk filtered water.

    $105.00 Regular Price $129.40
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