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  • 919 Wines Tempranillo 2015

    This is not a light, wafty, hipster Tempranillo. It’s a huge, confronting wave of generous black fruits, structural tannins and acidity. Consider having it with a massive lump of steak if you are going to get into it now. Otherwise cellar for 5 -10 years. This might just be the biggest, baddest Aussie Tempranillo on the market at the...
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    919 Wines Tempranillo 2015

    $42.00
    $35.00
  • Chain of Ponds 'Morning Star' Adelaide Hills Single Vineyard Pinot Noir 2016

    The Morning Star Pinot is a mid weight wine with grippy tannins and a good likelihood of improving with cellaring over the next 5-8 years. Fruits are an attractive mix of cherries, plums and beetroot, along with spice. Oak is all French, with just 10% being brand new, which allows the fruit to show through well after the wine has been...
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  • Chalk Hill Barbera 2016

    Barbera in Oz is often pretty light, fruity and summery. Chalk Hill consistently buck the trend, making ageworthy, complex and rich wines from the variety. There’s red fruits and florals along with spice melding into black and blue fruits....
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    Chalk Hill Barbera 2016

    $28.00
    $25.00
  • Conte Di Campiano Primitivo di Manduria 2015

    Matt stumbled across Conte di Campiano during his visit to Prowein last year and found the wonderfully complex and full-bodied wines. This Primitivo is a well-structured wine, deserving of a solid protein match. As a variety it is genetically similar to zinfandel, and is beautifully structured, with blue fruits plums, oregano, liquorice, cherries and spice. The length is excellent and it opens up...
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  • Conte Di Campiano Squinzano Riserva 2013

    Matt stumbled across Conte di Campiano during his visit to Prowein last year and found the wonderfully complex and full-bodied wines. This Squinzano Riserva is made from 100% Negroamaro. On opening, this is a closed but clearly very powerful wine, as it opens, citrus, pepper and Christmas spices emerge along with dark fruits and savoury complexities. This is a big wine that gets better the longer...
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  • Conte Di Campiano Susumaniello 2015

    Matt stumbled across Conte di Campiano during his visit to Prowein last year and found this wonderfully decadent, full bodied, plush and complex beast made from one of the world’s rarest varieties – Susumaniello. The word itself comes from Susu meaning “Go” and Maniello, meaning “Donkey” perhaps because in their youth, Susumaniello vines produce massive yields. As the vines age, the...
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  • Farr Rising Pinot Noir 2016

    Swooping perfumed doses of delicious sour cherries on the nose, underpinned by a tidy bit of earthy green stuff. Stewed fruit acid on the palate reflecting quality fruit and a bit of oak toast there too. There’s a youthful tightness to this, whilst it gradually opens up - five years in the cellar won’t go astray. The hunt for a cracking Pinot Noir stops for a moment with this...
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    Farr Rising Pinot Noir 2016

    $48.00
    $45.00
  • Faux Pas Mourvedre 2014

    Cracking small batch Mourvedre – only 80 cases made of this delicious medium bodied wine. We found herbs, pepper and plenty of juicy blue fruits. Fruit quality is exceptional and acid pushes the fruits forward...
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    Faux Pas Mourvedre 2014

    $45.00
    $40.00
  • Hand Crafted by Geoff Hardy Durif 2016

    This is black, tight and angry on opening, with a blast of white pepper and spray of cherries. Half and hours breathing sees lots more goodies emerge, cherries, pepper, herbs, red and black fruits, intense and...
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    Hand Crafted by Geoff Hardy Durif 2016

    $30.00
    $25.00
  • Hand Crafted by Geoff Hardy Lagrein 2016

    This Lagrein is even bigger and blacker than last year’s stunning edition. It’s bursting at the seams with licorice, tarmac, blackstrap and brooding behemothy badness. Rare fillet steak works well. If it was Shiraz it’d be in a very heavy bottle and with a price tag ranging from $40-150, depending on the...
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    Hand Crafted by Geoff Hardy Lagrein 2016

    $30.00
    $20.00
  • Hand Crafted by Geoff Hardy Tempranillo 2017

    It’s a soft, smooth and eminently gluggable beast this, with quite plush, plummy fruit, black pepper and hints of strawberry fruit in a light to medium-bodied framework. Looks like it should be drunk quickly but oddly enough is even better the following day....
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  • Heirloom Vineyards Adelaide Hills Pinot Noir 2015

    Sensual, supple, lithe, fleshy, meaty and mushroomy. A generous, silken beast loaded with fig and date and fungus and soft, fuzzy tannins with just a waft of beetroot. Decadently awaiting your palate....
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  • Hesketh Small Parcels Barossa Valley Bonvedro 2016

    A deliciously medium bodied and vibrantly fruited beast this. We saw liquorice, spice and cranberries. There’s smoke here too, raspberries and plenty of acid. Easy enough to drink by itself it is also excellent with tapas or...
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  • Hesketh Small Parcels Barossa Valley Negroamaro 2016

    A brilliantly dark and deep follow on from the 2014 and 2015 releases of this wine. The 16 is perhaps the best yet, offering a perfumed and spiced nose. The palate offers blue fruits, cherries, spice, cola, plum and herbs. Medium bodied and absolutely lip smacking. We’re predicting this one will find its way into many a staff...
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  • Hither and Yon Tannat 2013

    Tannat is a red grape grown in the Southwest of France but championed hardest in Uraguay where it is celebrated like Shiraz is here in Oz. It naturally has a truckload of very firm tannins so needs to be handled with care in the winery in order to keep those bad boys in check. This edition, from Hither and Yon is medium bodied, with rustic tannins, spice coffee, dark chocolate and red ‘n’...
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    Hither and Yon Tannat 2013

    $25.00
    $20.00
  • Howard Vineyard Amos Cabernet Franc 2013

    Did you know? Cab Franc is an older variety than Cabernet Sauvignon. Cab Sauv is likely the offspring of the incongruous coupling of Cab Franc and Sauvignon Blanc. It is seldom offered as a straight varietal but can make superb wines, especially in the cooler parts of WA, Orange and in the Adelaide Hills. The 2013 Howard is one such superlative, just starting to come into its own... offering...
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  • Jericho Tempranillo 2017

    Juicy bright strawberries hit the front of the palate of this Adelaide Hills Temp. Translucent and beckoning, its softness meets a Chuck Norris savoury finish, just what it calls for. Jericho suggest cellaring 3-4 years only to keep the fruit flavours fleshy and vibrant. We don’t think it’ll last the week! Perfect for pizza, tapas or a...
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    Jericho Tempranillo 2017

    $27.00
    $23.00
  • K1 by Geoff Hardy Pinot Noir 2017

    Lots of aromatics here with strawberries, bath powder, cherries and raspberries on the go. Palate reflects the aromas and has good length and firm acidity. This should age...
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    K1 by Geoff Hardy Pinot Noir 2017

    $45.00
    $36.00
  • Leconfield Coonawarra Cabernet Franc 2017

    More often than not Cab Franc gets a gig in Cabernet blends, along with one or more of the other ‘Cab Family’ varieties with Cabernet Sauvignon holding the mic in a Nirvana like blend while some combination of Cabernet Franc, Malbec, Merlot and/or Petit Verdot draw straws for the drums, bass, bagpipes and triangle. That said, when Cab Franc branches out on its own it can be quite magnificent....
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  • Lino Ramble 'The Rover' Pinot Noir 2017

    An Adelaide Hills Pinot sourced from a fantastic vineyard in Ashton. Handpicked and fermented with the inclusion of 25% whole bunches, this is brightly fruited and has excellent structure. There’s red fruits, black tea, fine tannins, sage and a bit of brambliness going on here. A lovely thoughtful crafted, lighter style...
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    Lino Ramble 'The Rover' Pinot Noir 2017

    $30.00
    $27.00
  • Lino Ramble ‘Tom Bowler’ Nero d’Avola 2017

    Nero d’ Avola, or if you prefer, the black grape of Avola is named after the southern Sicilian city. Rhubarb, cherry, plum and spice with lavender and a silken texture. Plenty of fresh fruit ‘pop’ here in this mouthwatering, food friendly wine....
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