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.
James Halliday says it beautifully ‘This is a hedonistic, raring, bumptious wine for the price. For those who like varietal purity, oomph and some winemaking massage, this is for you. Floral. Blueberry and plum mingle with smoked baby-back ribs rubbed with anise, tapenade and pepper. Juicy and... Learn More
An abundance of rich and ripe fruit, in a blackberry and mulberry fashion give way to a gentle herbal undertone, finishing with a hit of dark and sticky fruit. Lipsmacking! It drinks well from the first pop of the cork, but would cellar happily in the dungeon for another few years at... Learn More
This is a cracking good Cab for the money – loaded with juicy fruits, spice, some oak and fine, soft tannins. Like any good quaffer it is ready to drink now. Unlike most quaffers, the quality and intensity of fruit is excellent. It’s easy to imagine this with a higher price... Learn More
Big and bold and black-strappy Shiraz fashioned to enjoy now or over the next few years. It’s black with plenty of sweet fruit and fluffy furry tannins to finish. Pair it up with some braised lamb or roast... Learn More
Enveloping dark fruits including plum and chocolate, with excellent sweetness of fruit. Plenty of fine yet grippy tannins and a good dollop of aristocratic oak to boot. Persistence and power is pretty amazing at this price point. Black as the ace of... Learn More
A quality everyday drinker from Grant Burge. Plenty of black and blue fruits here with good length and fine tannins. There’s some spice here, a velvety mouthfeel and a little French and American... Learn More