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Stella Bella Chardonnay
Stella Bella have won resounding critical acclaim and a reputation for producing artisanly crafted Margaret River wines of great expression
$3099each
$371DOZEN
Personality And Quality Stella Bella have established an almost peerless reputation after receiving numerous accolades at significant competitions including coveted Gold and Mission Hill Trophy at the London International, the only southern hemisphere Chardonnay to win such a prestigious award.
 
Konrad Marlborough Riesling Bunch Selection
Quality is the absolute focus of Konrad
$2399each
$287DOZEN
It Starts In The Vineyard And Continues Throughout The Vinification Konrad believes that the best fertilizer is the foot of the farmer Fruit is harvested from vineyards in the Waihopai and Wairau Valleys, where vines are planted to stoney silt soils with free draining loam topsoil. Formulated to a style which demands the most meticulous attention to detail in the vineyard, only the ripest bunches are hand selected, gently whole bunch pressed and stop fermented at the precise moment when the natural sweetness balances the penetrating acidity.
 
Lillet Blanc 750ml
A highly revered aperitif
$3999each
$479DOZEN
The Traditional White Bordeaux cepage Of Semillon And Sauvignon Blanc Assembled with a secret recipe of precious spirit and liqueurs components of which are derived from parcels of rare Iberian citrus. Lillet is patiently oak barrel aged in the tradtion of the great Bordeaux Crus, seasoned with a soupçon of quinine and released to an enthusiastic league of international devotees. Rarely does it see Australian shores. It's a favourite of James Bond and should ideally be enjoyed chilled with your favourite twist, spritzer or mix.
$1599each
$191DOZEN
T Gallant Juliet Pinot Grigio BE MY VALENTINE, love Juliet! T'Gallant Juliet Pinot Grigio ensures that lovers everywhere can treat each and every day as if it were Valentine's Day. Winemakers Kevin McCarthy and Kathleen Quealy are specialists at this style of wine, and initially released the Juliet Pinot Grigio to massive acclaim. Aromas of pear, honey and orange, a decadent palate, fruity and savoury notes with a delicious finish.
$3599each
$431DOZEN
Flynns MC Heathcote Shiraz GREG AND NATALA FLYNN ESTABLISHED THEIR OPERATION ON THE NARROW STRIP OF ANCIENT RED CAMBRIAN HEATHCOTE SOILS WHICH PRODUCE WORLD CLASS SHIRAZ WINES. MC stands for multiple clones, when planting their vineyard, the Flynns sowed a number of different clones with the aim of increasing complexity in the wines. Endowed with a vigorously perfumed bouquet and graceful palate, MC Shiraz is an elegant and controlled Heathcote Shiraz with clear regional personality, treated to an extended ageing in a selection of oak barriques from the world's finest cooperages.
$2299each
$275DOZEN
Rosemount O STYLE INFLUENCERS, design luminaries and fashionistas all agree on Rosemount O, a moreishly juicy white wine, specially designed to be served over ice. Like biting into a cool crisp grape, Rosemount O has luscious, sweet fruit flavours with a beautifully balanced acidity to ensure that its structure, spritz and intensity are retained. Slightly lower in alcohol, Rosemount O creates a new Over-the-Ice subcategory, in a lighter, more refreshing styling. Full of flavour, Rosemount O is enhanced when served over ice, and everyone agrees, she's simply gorgeous to sip.
$2499each
$299DOZEN
Diamond Valley Pinot Noir 2010 A CONSISTENTLY SPLENDID PINOT NOIR FROM A FAMILY OPERATED YARRA VALLEY WINERY WHICH CONTINUES TO CHALK UP THE MOST COVETED ACCOLADES AND AWARDS. The staple Pinot on winelists aound Victoria's better restaurants for decades, a superb effort even by the estate's own exacting standards, it exhibits what pinotphiles refer to as the proverbial iron fist in velvet glove. Silken in texture, in bucolic Burgundian styling, a wonderfully food oriented red that mates so well with everything from gorgonzola to game sausage. Complex and exciting, it evolves in the glass.
Vidal Estate winery
is situated on the original site in Hastings on Hawkes Bay, established by Anthony Joseph Vidal 1905
Hot summer days, a long growing season and free draining soils have helped Hawke’s Bay become one of the premier wine regions in New Zealand. Anthony Joseph Vidal was one of the first winemakers to appreciate the natural potential of the area. He established Vidal Estate in 1905 and his spirit of adventure coupled with a lifelong commitment to crafting classic, elegant wines remains an inspiration to this day. He was 22 years old when he arrived in New Zealand from Spain in 1888. His first eleven years were spent in Wanganui, working for his uncle, pioneer winemaker Joseph Soler. He then moved to Hawkes Bay where in 1905 he purchased a small property in Hastings.
 Vidal Estate

Once the stables that occupied the site were converted into a cellar, Anthony set about planting some grapevines. It was from there he became one of New Zealand’s early wine innovators and his success led to expansion with further vineyard plantings in Te Awanga and then Te Mata. Today's Vidal Estate is a combination of old and new. Modern state of the art technology is used in conjunction with traditional winemaking techniques in the fermentations and maturations.

Vidal Estate sources grapes from New Zealand's second largest growing region, Hawkes Bay, including the world famous Gimblett Gravels. This area is defined by unique, free draining shingle soils and average temperatures up to three degrees hotter than most other areas in Hawkes Bay, resulting in complex and elegant red wines.

Characterised by high sunshine hours and diversity of landscape and soil types, the Hawkes Bay region has earned a reputation as one of the finest wine producing regions in the world, in particular for classically styled Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, and rich Chardonnay with underlying elegance. Fruit is also sourced from vineyards located in Marlborough, New Zealand's largest wine growing region.

Vidal Estate is dedicated to environmentally friendly winemaking and sustainable winegrowing practices. This mindset allows Vidal Estate to contribute to New Zealand's clean, green image and increase quality assurance from vineyard through to the finished wine. Vidal Estate was a founding member of the Living Wine group, a small group of wineries who gained ISO 14001 certification in 1998, having achieved a globally recognised standard in environmental management systems. The winery is a member of Sustainable Winegrowing New Zealand (SWNZ) and BioGro certified, meaning it is accredited to process grapes grown using organic principles. Select Vidal Estate grapes are sourced from the BioGro certified Joseph Soler vineyard in Hawkes Bay.

Rather than relying on herbicides or pesticides, Vidal Estate's vineyard management focuses on enhancing soil fertility and fostering beneficial processes to minimise the need for intervention to control pests and diseases. It is the clean green approach to viticulture and meticulous attention to the art of winemaking, which sets the entire range of Vidal Estate apart, offering a magnificent experience of Hawkes Bay wines for optimal enjoyment to every enthusiast.

About three hours
east of Melbourne, the Gippsland Lakes District is located between the Great Dividing Range and Bass Strait, a region that's famed for the large areas of National Park and State Forest, as well as the scenic Gippsland Lakes System
Gippsland as a wine region defies easy classification. It is technically a zone under the Australian GI system, rather than a winegrowing region of its own. The area is large and viticultural areas dispersed, however, throughout all precincts of Gippsland, Pinot Noir and Chardonnay are the predominate grape varieties. The Bairnsdale sub region has lower annual rainfall than the rest of Gippsland and enjoys coastal climate which provides sea breezes throughout the growing season. Bairnsdale's cool semi maritime climate has proven to be particularly well suited for Pinot Noir and cool climate styles of Chardonnay and Shiraz.
 Lightfoot Sons

The Lightfoot family first planted a small vineyard in 1995 near Bairnsdale in the pristine Gippsland Lakes region, they made small batches of wine each vintage for the enjoyment of family, friends and a handful of local wine enthusiasts. The family's favourite pasttime turned into a business which grew and grew. The second generation, sons Rob and Tom Lightfoot, now manage the enterprise. Alastair brings more than 25 years winemaking experience to the winery, working previously in the Yarra and Hunter Valleys.

After completing a Viticultural Science and Wine Production degree, Tom Lightfoot has worked a number of vintages in wineries throughout Australia and the Northern Hemisphere. Tom now manages the Myrtle Point Vineyard and assists Alastair in winemaking.

The Lightfoot & Sons Myrtle Point vineyards lie within easy view of Gippsland Lakes. The vineyard site, situated between the foothills of the Great Dividing Range and Bass Strait, was selected when soil mapping of the region identified tracts of precious Terra Rosa over limestone soil structure. The 29 hectare Myrtle Point vineyard was established between 1995-1997, Pinot Noir plantings make up almost half, with smaller bocks of Chardonnay, Cabernet and Shiraz.

Good annual rainfall of around 700mm and a regular coastal breeze throughout the growing season provides good airflow within the canopy and assists in the natural management of healthy vines. Shoot thinning and crop thinning when required, along with and limited use of irrigation, help maintain low cropping levels of less than 2 tonnes per acre. The maritime influence in the vineyard has a moderating effect on the cool climate and enables fruit to develop flavours of great varietal character.

The winemaking process begins in the vineyard. Priority is on producing high quality fruit with great varietal character and depth of flavour. The winemaking philosophy is focused on retaining and expressing these characteristics of season and soil as much as possible. Lightfoot & Sons wines are made exclusively from estate grown grapes. Using pure estate grown fruit allows complete management of the entire winemaking process, from early in the season as vines make fruitset, right through to the end of the winemaking process. This ensures that the finished Lightfoot & Sons wines remain of the highest quality and can articulate an uncompromised expression of vineyard and vintage.

The Kennedy Vineyard
is located on prime land along the east facing slope of the Mount Camel Range on Heathcote’s famed Cambrian soil
John and Patricia Kennedy spent their childhood on farms and have a genuine love for the land and the way of life. In 1981 they began wheat and sheep farming at Corop in north central Victoria. They started with basic machinery, quality soil and plenty of enthusiasm. In 1982 the Kennedys ventured into growing tomatoes. The fact that they had no experience in this form of horticulture was given only passing concern. In 2001, while still growing tomatoes and cereals, they decided to acquire land on the Mount Camel Range. This land has been prized for cereal cropping and in later years much sought after for grape production.
 Kennedy

They planted their first ten hectares of Shiraz vines in 2002. Another 10 hectares were planted in 2003 followed by a further planting in 2007. The first vintage was produced in 2005. The Kennedys were thrilled with the quality of the wine and with the feedback. They considered themselves lucky to have many helpful neighbours and have employed vineyard, wine production and marketing experts including the noted winemaker Sandro Mosele.

The Mount Camel Range is a ridge which marks the Heathcote fault that runs through Central Victoria. It comprises Cambrian volcanic rock, which is predominantly Greenstone. This rock has weathered to produce fertile red soil with good drainage properties. This together with the elevation, east facing aspect, moderate temperatures and rainfall (backed up by irrigation if required), achieves the production of high quality grapes.

John and Patricia Kennedy make a very special wine. The Kennedy property was carefully chosen and the viticulture is tailored to growing fruit that is flavoursome, structured and balanced, to be gently crafted into wine. Work in the vineyard is focused on unravelling the intricate differences within the site. Pruning has been carefully undertaken to produce vines which are balanced to evenly ripen the crop load.

Bass Phillip is
renowned for producing some of the best Pinot Noir wines in Australia for decades
Named after two of our great Australian explorers, George Bass and Arthur Phillip, Bass Phillip Wines were established by Phillip Jones in 1979. Recognised for decades throughout the world of wine as Australia’s finest Pinot Noir, the wines of Bass Phillip offer superb complexity, length of flavour, delicacy, power and cellaring potential. Made in a simple and traditional manner, with low cropped vineyards, no irrigation and minimal intervention in the winery, the wines of Bass Phillip display flavours which are characteristic of the region and their individual vineyards. The Bass Phillip Estate vineyard at Leongatha South became the first commercial vineyard in South Gippsland. The region is famous for its fertility, moderately high rainfall and high quality dairy farming.
 Bass Phillip

The difference between good and great Pinot Noir is texture, says Phillip Jones. The deep, mineral rich soils and high humidity, plus cooler temperatures, are the important factors which deliver complex and intense flavour, firm natural acidity, and minerality in pinot noir and chardonnay wines. Ever since the inaugural vintage 1984, these qualities have been apparent. Bass Phillip wines are distinctly different, nice to drink young, but improve well after several years in the cellar. The most recent vintages of Bass Phillip Pinot Noir are the very best, thanks to older vines, more experience in winemaking and continued sustainable practices in both the vineyards and winery.

The real essence of Bass Phillip’s wine production is to allow the forces of nature to control the process. The South Gippsland region is very favourable for the growth of all plants, making this philosophy easy to implement. Irrigation, toxic/systemic fungicides, and nutrient additions are not used. In the winery, natural yeasts, minimal pumping and filtration and minimal addition of ameliorants is practiced.

Bass Phillip avoid the use of fining agents & acid additions. Organic practices since 1993 and biodynamic since 2002. The wine process at Bass Phillip is driven by a passion for quality experiences and attention to detail in the growth and production of great wines.

South Gippsland is well known for its dairy and beef produce, deep, silty loam soils and ample annual rainfall. The region has never suffered drought. It consistently provides the soil moisture and ambient humidity required for quality Pinot Noir. Despite being less than twenty kilometers from the sea, Bass Phillip is protected by hills to the northeast and northwest, which reduces the strong winds and produces a continental climatic effect. Soils are rich in minerals from their ancient volcanic origins. Roots are deep because of the free-draining structure of the soils with a low clay content. The harvest period usually involves pleasant, consistent weather conditions, with considerable sunshine and fine, balmy days.

Phillip Jones began his career as a research engineer. The approach at Bass Phillip has therefore been to craft Pinot Noir with a strongly analytical basis, using scientific measurements and principles to ensure high quality and long cellaring potential. Rigorous quality control in the last few years has given us wines with vibrant fruit and considerable delicacy. The proof is in the Pinot, a tradition of vintages which are celebrated around the globe by pinotphiles and the most discerning connoisseurs. 2010 Bass Phillip Reserve pinot noir was awarded 99 points by James Halliday, in the 2014 edition of Australian Wine Companion. Halliday is probably Australia's greatest pinotphile and says it is the highest score he has ever given an Australian table wine.

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