Reds

Red wine – we like it, you like it. Sometimes it’s really red, sometimes it’s less red. Sometimes it’s Barossa Valley Shiraz, sometimes Coonawarra Cabernet or McLaren Vale Grenache. New world, old world, weird and wonderful, traditional and cutting edge – if it’s red and it passed the Tasting Panel’s approval, it’s here.

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  • Allinda Limited Release Yarra Valley Syrah 2016

    Tight and medium bodied stuff this, smelling of redcurrants, raspberries and mulberries. Some lovely top end French oak in the mix too, with charry notes, nutmeg and other spicy goodness. Tannins are fine and soft. Seems to keep getting better the longer you leave it open....
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  • Alpha Crucis Titan Grenache Tempranillo 2016

    A stunningly juicy yet refined blend of Grenache and Tempranillo. Beautiful red fruit and floral aromas lead you siren-like to a palate drowning in bright fruit and supple tannins. Light to medium bodied but...
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  • Battle of Bosworth Puritan Shiraz 2017

    Organic grapes made into vino with no added preservatives. It is bright and darkly fruited with black fruits, plum and a squirt of red fruit too. There’s a hint of graphite as well. Texture is great and the tannins are plush and smooth. This will benefit from cellaring but is already incredibly...
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    Battle of Bosworth Puritan Shiraz 2017

    $22.00
    $20.00
  • Berrigan Shiraz 2016

    Poised and powerful. This is an exceptional medium bodied Shiraz with a tightly coiled structure dressed with expressive fruits. Violets, blueberries, pepper and liquorice here too. While this is a delicious drink from the get go, we reckon you could cellar this for 10 plus...
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    Berrigan Shiraz 2016

    $25.00
    $22.00
  • Bethany Cabernet Sauvignon 2016

    Deliciously spicy and complex medium bodied Barossa Cabernet here. Lifted plum and other red fruit fragrances floating around too. Length of flavour is excellent. A good one to crack by itself and will work really well with food too. Drink any time over the next 10...
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    Bethany Cabernet Sauvignon 2016

    $35.00
    $29.00
  • Bird in Hand Merlot 2016

    Full bodied Merlot packed with tightly packed blue and black fruits, tobacco, spice and fine tannins. Like a Cabernet that’s taken the edge off a bit. An absolute joy to drink and will no doubt age gracefully. Even fans of the film Sideways will love this...
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    Bird in Hand Merlot 2016

    $40.00
    $36.00
  • Bird in Hand Shiraz 2017

    This wine has a history of doing big things, the last 3 vintages averaging better than 95 points from James Halliday. The 2017 hasn’t been reviewed yet but continues the trend, matching power with polish. Tannins are waxy and work seamlessly with the fruit which is dark and intense. A delicious mouthful of...
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    Bird in Hand Shiraz 2017

    $40.00
    $36.00
  • Bird in Hand Syrah 2016

    Bird in Hand threw their best Shiraz fruit at this wine and fermented 20% as whole bunches to maximise freshness and structure. This is zippily fruited and very youthful, great with charcuterie and other antipasto. Should cellar for a decade or...
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    Bird in Hand Syrah 2016

    $40.00
    $36.00
  • Chain of Ponds Reserve Shiraz Cabernet 2014

    A blend produced from the best Shiraz and Cabernet fruit sourced by Chain of Ponds each year. There’re plums, blackberries, spice, fine tannins and a whisper soft finish. Incredibly enjoyable now and over the next 5...
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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
  • Chalk Hill Cabernet Sauvignon 2015

    Chalk Hill consistently produce intense, well balanced, fruit intense wines. Flavours are intense and well balanced, offering plum, blackcurrant and a hint of 5 spice. This wine can be enjoyed now or over the next several years. Supremely drinkable now, it will also reward cellaring for up to 8...
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    Chalk Hill Cabernet Sauvignon 2015

    $25.00
    $20.00
  • Claymore Bittersweet Symphony Cabernet Sauvignon 2017

    Claymore’s Bittersweet Symphony Cabernet offers a perfume of olives and blue fruits along with some violet. Blackcurrant, plums, a twist of dark chocolate and black olive are at play on the palate. Delicious now but will probably improve for 15 or more years. Decant it a couple of hours before drinking and pair it up with protein like a really good steak or gourmet snaggers if you are planning...
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  • Claymore Dark Side of the Moon Shiraz 2017

    We have long been fans of Claymore. The Dark Side of the Moon is their best and most underpriced wine. It offers sublime dark fruits, bursts with spice and concentration and finishes with plenty of fine tannins. The 17 vintage continues a stunning run of vintages for this wine. With the alcohol dialled down below 15%, the fruit is just that bit more refined and expressive without sacrificing the...
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  • Colab and Bloom Barossa Shiraz 2016

    Rich, smooth and full bodied Barossa Shiraz made by Jimmy Watson Trophy winner and former maker of Penfold’s Grange, Mike Farmilo. There’s chocolate, dark fruits and spice here, cedary oak and fine grained tannins. Delicious now and will cellar for 5 years of...
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    Colab and Bloom Barossa Shiraz 2016

    $33.00
    $25.00
  • Dandelion Lionheart of the Barossa Shiraz 2013

    We reckon this is pretty flash, with gorgeously cedary French oak framing a palate awash with sticky black and blue fruits, Chrissie pudding spices and dark chocolate. Acid and fine tannins give it a backbone… like Roger Ramjet on a mission…...
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  • Dandelion Lion’s Tooth of McLaren Vale Shiraz Riesling 2017

    Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue. Shiraz blended is an old Aussie tradition, revived a few years ago by the erstwhile Elena and Zar Brooks and in as much as everything old eventually becomes new again… they have the new covered too. Old we’ve covered already and the fruit here is decidedly blue – fresh, lifted and delightful. Overall this is a deliciously...
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  • Dandelion Menagerie of the Barossa GSM 2016

    As the name suggests the varieties contained within fly well together. Loads of flavour, with sweet n savoury pushing each other on to greater heights. Fruit is very juicy, well suited to rare bbq...
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  • Dandelion Pride of the Fleurieu Peninsula Cabernet Sauvignon 2014

    Ripper Cab here, chokkers with violet, chocolate and a hint of a mean, green streak just below the surface… well worth decanting if you are going to drink now and will cellar for 10 years, no worries....
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  • Deano & Mitch McLaren Vale Cabernet Sauvignon 2012

    Gargantuan! Plum, chocolate, toast, toffee and blue fruits morphing into black. Succulent texture sucked into a void of fine tannins. Excellent length and persistence of...
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  • d’Arenberg 'The Galvo Garage' Cabernet Blend 2013

    This is an extremely powerful Cabernet blend. It is intense, commanding and in need of a slab of meat to tame its intensity and tannins. It offers spice, chocolate, black fruits, assertively angular acidity and a truckload of fine tannins. Definitely needs decanting or a sleep for 10...
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  • d’Arenberg The Laughing Magpie Shiraz Viognier 2014

    This is rich, chewy, dense and quite generously flavoured. There’s black fruits, pepper, coffee, liquorice and apricots. It’s complex, easy to drink and has the d’Arenberg trademark acid drive and fine tannin...
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