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Moet Chandon Ice Imperial
Enter Moët Chandon Ice Imperial
$7699each
$923DOZEN
The First And Only Champagne Especially Created To Be Enjoyed Over Ice A style distinguished by its bright fruitiness seductive palate and elegant maturity. The quality of wine behind Moët Chandon is due in no small part to the richness and diversity of the estate's truly fabulous Champagne vineyards, made up almost exclusively of Premiers and Grands Crus. Pour over three ice cubes, in a large Cabernet style glass, to indulge in a glass of Moët Ice Imperial is to countenance the most decadent pleasure.
 
Ashton Hills Sparkling Shiraz
The final word in purple hued
$4999each
$599DOZEN
Effervescent Opulence Crafted from the Shiraz of some distinguished old plantings on the illustrious Wendouree estate vineyard in Valley Clare Grapes are traditionally open air vinified and plunged by hand, treated to an extravagant term of five years in well seasoned oak vats, followed by a year of secondary ferment on sedimernt lees in own bottle before disgorgement and reseal. Redolent of rosehip, dark cherries and liquorice allsort, its spectacular mouuse unravelling layers of oak influenced complexities, olive, pepper and bay, over a flourish of flowing chiffon tannins.
 
Hugo Estate Shiraz
Selection of site was essential to the success of the Hugo property
$2499each
$299DOZEN
The Climate Soils and proximity of McLaren Flat to the coast are contributing factors in maintaining the quality each and every year Colin Hugo established Shiraz vines on the family farm during the 1950s, John Hugo followed in his father's footsteps, assuming responsibility as steward of the vineyard throughout the 1970s, ultimately taking the initiative to retain the best grapes for his own estate label. The finest parcels of Hugo Shiraz are treated to an extended term of maturation in a selection of finely coopered American oak barrels.
$4699each
$563DOZEN
Grosset Piccadilly Chardonnay 2009 SINCE IT'S INAUGURAL RELEASE IN 1993, Grosset has made a powerful statement about the potential of Piccadilly Valley, an Adelaide Hills subregion that's so cool, it is often considered marginal for wine. It's an area that takes time to understand but the wines can be exquisite. Piccadilly is deliberately restrained. Succulent white peach, melon and grapefruit characters create a mineral, focused wine that's fresh and refined.
$999each
$119DOZEN
Deen Vat 8 Shiraz 2014 YOU REALLY DO GET BANG FOR YOUR BUCK ACROSS THE ENTIRE RANGE OF DEBORTOLI DEEN. Originally formulated to deliver a forward drinking series of varietal wines with smoothness of palate and exemplary balance all around, the Deen range collates fruit from fine vineyards that are closely managed with the accent on quality harvests from environmentally responsible viticulture. A generously proportioned, everyday drinking Shiraz, with ample spice/ cherry/ plum characters over a length of charming, velvet tannins.
$3199each
$383DOZEN
Crittenden Estate Pinot Noir AS A KEY FIGURE IN THE ESTABLISHMENT OF MORNINGTON VITICULTURE, Garry Crittenden was instrumental in forging for the Peninsula the reputation as a distinguished producer of distinctive, regional wines. From the outset, Crittenden recognized the area's climatic suitability to Pinot Noir, exploiting it through meticulous land management and sophisticated vinification techniques. Fashioned from a mix of Pinot Noir clones, including MV6, 114 and 115, all grapes are hand picked off an auspicious north facing slope at Tuerong.
$5499each
$659DOZEN
Yabby Lake Pinot Noir IT IS WHILE GRAPES ARE STILL GROWING ON THE VINE THAT GREAT VINTAGES ARE MADE, the focus at Yabby Lake is to translate the fruit into a wine without any distortion. Yabby Lake are renowned for their splendid intensity and exquisite balance, speaking clearly of terroir and of clime, it's all about expression over impression. Engagingly complex with immense depth of character, the palate is powerfully structured, laden with impenetrably dark berry fruit flavous, lined with silky textures and driven by amazing persistence.
Its relative youthfulness
not withstanding, the New Zealand based Villa Maria Group is establishing a reputation as one of the great wine companies of the world
Founded in 1961 and still operated by George Fistonich, Villa Maria has been New Zealand's leading wine award winner, both nationally and internationally since the early 1980's. Villa Maria's talented people have an unrelenting passion to produce quality wines.
 Villa Maria

Realising that it takes more than just good winemaking to produce quality, a passion to succeed begins in the vineyard. Astute site selection by Villa Maria's vineyard experts, is followed by superior vineyard management and then complemented by expert winemaking. A strong focus on continually improving the vineyards is considered by Villa Maria to be an incredibly important factor in quality winemaking.

Vineyards have the highest of priority for Villa Maria whose team really does live and breathe the philosophy that it all starts in the vineyard. The grapes produced must be superb quality, as this is the essence of good winemaking. Villa Maria owns vineyards and sources grapes from contract growers from some of the best sites in three of New Zealand's leading grape growing regions; Marlborough, Hawke's Bay and Gisborne.

Villa Maria Estate has two state-of-art wineries in New Zealand. The largest is the new Auckland Winery and Vineyard Park. The Marlborough winery is based in one of New Zealand's premium grape-growing regions. The winery now crushes Villa Maria's Marlborough harvest from its vineyards and contract growers throughout the region. A new winery in Auckland was essential for Villa Maria to meet the increased domestic and export demand for wines and it has been designed to allow for long-term growth. Villa Maria also has 20 hectares of vines at the Auckland Winery site.

As well as managing the company and publicly owned vineyard sites, Villa Maria's winemaking team work closely with contract growers. Villa Maria has a team of 80 dedicated contract growers in Hawke's Bay, Gisborne and Marlborough who grow grapes under the close guidance of the company’s vineyard experts. Villa Maria's viticulturists, based in all three regions, have one focus - to consistently deliver quality fruit that is physiologically ready, to the winemakers.

Villa Maria was named as one of the world's 50 great wine producers by Wine Spectator. Named New Zealand Wine Company of the Year at Australia's Winestate Wine Awards for the sixth time in seven years. New Zealand Wine Producer of the Year and Best Sauvignon Blanc Trophy - 2004 International Wine and Spirit Competitions in the United Kingdom. Trophy for the Most Successful Exhibitor at the 2004 New Zealand Wine Society Royal Easter Show for the third time in four years and winemaker Alastair Maling MW, collecting the Gold Medal for Champion Winemaker of the Show. This is the third time in four years Villa Maria winemakers have won the award. George Fistonich was also short listed as one of 50 prominent figures in the wine industry by UK Wine International Magazine, named New Zealander of the year by the prestigious National Business Review, and in the top ten New Zealanders by daily newspaper, The New Zealand Herald.

For more than
170 years Wyndham Estate has set the benchmark for quality Australian wines, proudly wearing the title of 'industry pioneer' responsible for launching Australian wines onto the world stage
English immigrant George Wyndham began this most important page in Australia's winemaking history in 1828 when he planted his first vineyard at Dalwood, along the banks of the Hunter River, in New South Wales. Seven years later Dalwood Wines, as it was then known, released its first vintage to rave reviews and by the mid-1800s was exporting to England and India.
 Wyndham

George Wyndham led the way in promoting the fledging Australian wine industry, showing Dalwood Wines in the Great Expositions of Europe and the USA. The Hunter Valley wines quickly bagged a swag of international medals and in the process earned the Australian wine industry a reputation for high standards and exceptional quality.

Wyndham Estate has continued the tradition of taking on the world with its superior winemaking and in 1988 was ranked number one at the prestigious Intervin International by winning 26 medals - a first for Australia. It did it again in 1989 and continues to impress to this day on the world stage with wines such as the 1999 Show Reserve Chardonnay winning Gold at the 2002 Chardonnay du Monde competition in France. An exclusive competition for the world's finest Chardonnays.

To honour George Wyndham's memorable achievements, Dalwood Wines was renamed Wyndham Estate in 1970 - one hundred years after George Wyndham's death

Today Wyndham Estate is renowned for much more than its wines. The original Dalwood vineyard has become a favourite tourist destination in the Hunter Valley, with its combination of fine food and entertainment to complement its popular wines. It houses a 400-seat restaurant and function facility, while the historic cellar door, open fermenters and 100-year-old operational basket press ensure guests enjoy the traditional winery experience.

Every year in the months preceding and throughout vintage the Wyndham Estate winemaking team travel over hundreds of kilometres to closely monitor a selection of premium vineyards situated in various winegrowing regions throughout South Eastern Australia. The team inspect these vineyards and taste the grapes at different stages of ripeness in order to ensure that they are harvested when the optimum flavour and acid balance is reached.

When they are not in the vineyard they can be found in the winery tasting ferments, assessing wines in barrel, evaluating wines being matured in bottle for release, or experimenting with new wine and oak combinations.

Bondar are a
little winery headquarted at the iconic Rayner Vineyard, on the corner of Chalk Hill Road and Twentyeight Road in McLaren Vale
Bondar wines began its life in 2012, after a small group of family and friends hand picked a couple of tonnes of Shiraz grapes for their first ever wine. It was a beautiful, calm, warm summer's evening, and when the sun went down the McLaren Vale sky lit up with one of the most spectacularly beautiful sunsets they had ever seen. Bondar's Violet Hour Shiraz was born out of the inspiration from this magical moment. They have since won multiple trophies at the McLaren Vale Wine Shows and have been named one of the Top 50 Young Guns of Wine.
 Bondar

In May of 2013, the dream of creating great wine became a reality following acquisition of the historical Rayner Vineyard in McLaren Vale. Set amongst two hills on the border of the Blewitt Springs and Beautiful View Seaview sub-regions just north of the township of McLaren Vale, Rayner vineyard is one of the better known blocks of the region. Vine plantings date back to the 1950s when the property was owned by the Rayner family, and are made up mostly of what the region does best, Shiraz and Grenache.

Straddling Twentyeight Road, the eastern side of the road is a huge sandhill, part of the Pirramimma sandstone geology that stretches right through the region. The Shiraz planted here gives lighter wines, with amazing fragrance and a more savoury impression.

The lighter, more fragrant style of Rayner Vineyard is precisely what Bondar are targeting, wines that fit perfectly with their philosophy. Bondar want to make wines that are brighter and more savoury, structured and intriguing. Different.

The Bondar passion for wine came after vintages around the world and Australia, vintages in the Northern Rhone at Domaine Allain Graillot. Senior winemaking at Nepenthe in the Adelaide Hills and a couple of years at Mitolo to learn about McLaren Vale vineyards, meant that finally Bondar could be masters of their own destiny. Wine is about food, friends and family and should reflect place and enhance experience. Wines should be delicious, but also to be interesting; that little bit different to stand apart from the norm.

Established in 1983,
Andrew Garrett Wines is regarded by consumers as a relaxed, unpretentious, successful brand that provides excellent value wines, entirely approachable and reliable
Andrew Garrett has always produced full-flavoured wines from fruit sourced mainly around the McLaren Vale and nearby Padthaway regions. Andrew Garrett Wines makes reds, whites and sparkling wines, including Australia's most popular Sparkling Burgundy, which is made from premium McLaren Vale Shiraz. The team at Andrew Garrett share many years collective experience in fashioning popular and memorable vintage releases, at some of the better winemaking estates around Australia.
 Andrew Garrett

Andrew Garrett Wines, established by winemaking entrepreneur Andrew Garrett, is now operated by the greater Cockatoo Ridge group of wineries. Andrew Garrett began his career as a cellar hand in the mid 1970s. As a 26-year-old he launched his own wine label in 1984, and within six years his products and marketing flair had built a business with $23 million of assets, and turning over $12 million a year.

His determination was displayed after a fire in 1988 destroyed his Magill Cellars, and a hailstorm caused nearly $2 million damage to his Yarra Valley vineyards. Restructuring to rebuild the winery's operations, he eventually lost control of his label, and today Andrew Garrett wines are owned and operated by the greater Fosters group.

Today, fruit for the entire Andrew Garrett range, is sourced from selected vineyards, earmarked for their capacity to grow good fruit, crushed and processed back at the wineworks, and fashioned into some of the country's most popular wines. The umbrella company, International Vintners Australia, is committed to extensive, long-term viticulture development and winemaking operations within Australia. The company continues to approach ventures with professionalism, planning and confidence.

Andrew Garrett Wines is regarded by consumers as a relaxed, unpretentious, successful brand that provides excellent value wines that are entirely approachable and reliable. Across the entire portfolio, Andrew Garrett embraces a range of distinguished wines that are diverse in origin and style, while still retaining the individual character of the grapes from which they were made. In distinctive and instantly appealing styling, Andrew Garrett is seen around bistro tables, and banquets throughout Australia. Perfect for relaxed drinking., good music, food and company, Andrew Garrett is all about taking the rime to look after yourself and unwind.

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It is an offence for a person under the age of 18 years to purchase or receive liquor. The penalty exceeds $500. Liquor Licence 57706940

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