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.
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…... Learn More
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... Learn More
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.... Learn More
Medium to full bodied and complex. There’s fruit in the form of cherries and mulberries, dried herbs, smoked meats. Plums, cinnamon and cloves. Complex and leaning towards savoury, this is delicious now and will cellar well for a few years... Learn More