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.
Lots going on here with cherries, red apples, redcurrant, red liquorice, white pepper and herbs all in tow. It is unashamedly medium bodied and offers great intensity of fruit, savoury notes and excellent structure. It’s a real allrounder too, at home on its own, with footy franks of a frid’y, a gourmet Barbie or a dry aged fillet steak served with a butter rich red wine jus. We absolutely... Learn More
Very bright blue and black fruits here along with plums, on what is a lush and inviting nose bursting with bright fruits. There's richness on the palate balanced by tangy acidity, depth of flavour and spice too. Length is excellent. Strike a balance between poised, pointy and plush beautifully. Drink now with gusto or cellar for 5-8. Made by Mike Farmilo, former Penfolds Grange maker and 2 times... Learn More
Genius Cabernet this. We opened a bottle at a recent masterclass and it was the clear winner among close to 30 high end wines opened on the day. It’s plush and intense, glorious now and yet with more than a decade ahead of it. Black fruits, blue fruits, pepper, cedar and fine French oak tannins.... Learn More
A staggeringly intense Shiraz this, which will cellar for eons. Packed with black and blue fruits, cedary tannins and amazing depth of flavour. If you are buying a dozen, consider drinking one every 18 months or... Learn More