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.
Just so good – medium bodied with crunchy fruit and acid. Rose, liquorice, spice sweet fruit and plenty of fine tannins here. 18 months in old oak for this one, which helped the plentiful tannins to soften and has allowed full display of the vibrant fruits. This might not sound like a big red but it is definitely worth busting out a big fillet steak, seasoning with salt and a little white... Learn More
This is the best Mataro (aka Mourvedre) we’ve seen this year. Spice, cherry, plum, cedar and a hint of earthiness on the nose. It’s medium bodied in the gob, with luscious sweet fruit pushed into shape by a line of acidity and framed by fine ripe tannins.... Learn More
What a stunner – mouthwateringly medium bodied Barossa Grenache made from old bush vines, hand plunged and basket pressed into big, old oak where it spends almost a year sitting on its solids, which adds texture and class. Has stunning intensity of bright fruit aromas and flavours with blue and red berries, spice and plum. Magnificent. Good enough to be $50 a... Learn More