Georges Duboeuf Fleurie
Fleurie is such a pretty name
Evocative Of Florals Delicate perfumes and understated elegance just perfect for such a gracefully fragrant wine. Georges Duboeuf is the king of Beaujolais and retains the pick of crop from best grower vineyards throughout the ten communes of Beaujolais. The wines of Fleurie make a medium bodied Beaujolais, they are characterized by their virile cherry blossom redolence and light velvety tannins, the perfect aperitif wine, Fleurie will drink beautifully alongside good bourgeoise faire.
Arras Brut Elite NV
The House of Arras is built on the exceptional quality of fruit grown to the most superlative cold climate Tasmanian vineyards and an uncompromising standard of vinification techniques mastered over decades
Nothing Less Than The Pinnacle Of Artisanal Australian Sparkling Winemaking Is Permitted To Be Bottled Behind The Arras Label Slowly tiraged for a period of no fewer than five years Brut Elite shows great complexity from the extended aging while exhibiting a brightness of fruit and structural elegance representative of truly world class sparkling wine.
Chain Of Ponds Innocence Pinot Rose
Pirramimma Old Digby Port FOR GENERATIONS PIRRAMIMMA HAVE BEEN PRODUCING TAWNY PORTS OF IMMENSE CHARACTER AND FLAVOUR, the Old Digby is a distinguished, thick rich wine artfully crafted from unique Grenache and Shiraz vines grown around the ancient Pirramimma vineyards. Following in the tradition of great Australian aged Tawny Ports, this luscious wine is named after Digby Johnston, responsible for making some of the memorable Pirramimma Ports of the 1950s and 60s. A feast of a wine is Old Digby.
Heathcote Winery Mail Coach Shiraz ONE OF THE EARLIEST COMMERCIAL WINEMAKING OPERATIONS EVER ESTABLISHED IN VICTORIA. Heathcote Winery can also boast some of the oldest Australian plantings of Viognier. The winery building dates back to 1854 when it serviced miners seeking their fortune in the heady days of the Victorian gold rush. Shiraz with a splash of Viognier is predominantly sourced from estate vineyards on the periphery of Heathcote township, harvested just when the chunky tannins, cherry acids, natural grape sugars and bold red Heathcote earth characters are at their peak.
Yarra Burn Limited Release Pyrenees Shiraz 2003 3 TROPHYS FOR THE BEST SHIRAZ, Best Red & Best Wine of Show Le Concours des Vins, and 4 Golds to date. This is the first time that Yarra Burn Shiraz has been entirely from the Pyrenees region, reflecting the magnificent red vintage in the region. 2003 was warm and dry but also very low-yielding, resulting in fruit with fantastic concentration of flavour. An honest, western districts Shiraz with warm RhĂ´ne-like qualities, offering earthy flavours of blackberry and plums, thoroughly distinguished, impeccably fine and tight.
Sherwood Estate Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc FROM VINES PLANTED TO THE SHERWOOD FAMILY ESTATE'S ROWLEY CRESCENT, Stoney Range and Sandy Creek vineyards in Waipara Valley. Sherwood carries the name of the proprietor and reflects a commitment to the highest quality. A pure wine that's varietally focused, sourced from the best Marlborough sites and managed by devoted growers, a refreshing and mouth filling Sauvignon Blanc that's internationally acclaimed for its excellence and consistency. Match Sherwood to the freshest, white fleshed fishes, scallops or crab.
Greenstone Point vineyards
are located within the renowned Marlborough wine region of New Zealand
Marlborough is well worth a visit not only famous for its famous wines, but also its picturesque coastline of the Marlborough Sounds, featuring many sheltered bays and harbours. Greenstone Point Winery started in 1997 as a joint venture company, Greenstone Point now has its own vineyard in Marlborough and produces wine from the company owned vineyards as well as selected Marlborough growers. Currently Greenstone Point produces around 15,000 cases per annum.
 Greenstone Point

To date Greenstone Point wines have found an overwhelmingly favourable response throughout New Zealand, Australia, the USA and the United Kingdom. Greenstone Point management have ambitious plans for the company, the goal being to acquire more land for planting and to be a dominant middle sized New Zealand wine company offering premium wines at value for money price points.

The Greenstone Point winemakers hold a passionate belief that great wine is made in the vineyard, consequently a real emphasis is placed on vineyard management. This is done by intensive canopy management during the summer, beginning with VSP trellising systems. The labour intensive vineyards management allows the winegrowers to carry out practices such as shoot positioning, shoot spacing, shoot thinning, leaf plucking and fruit thinning.

Throughout winter the following year’s crop is prepared by individually cane pruning each individual vine by hand. Very labour intensive stuff but central to the philosophy that the best possible fruit is necessary for the crafting of the highest possible quality wines.

The Greenstone Point Riesling and Sauvignon Blanc are sourced from the winery's estate vineyards as well as local growers. Gently pressed and settled prior to undergoing a cool fermentation they both display the floral aromas and lively tropical highlights that have made Marlborough the international ambassador of New Zealand's wines.

The Chardonnay is from vineyard sites in Marlborough and Waipara. After a gentle pressing, a portion undergoes 50% wood fermentation and extended lees contact to develop rich and creamy characters. The Greenstone Point Pinot Noir is hand plunged three times per day and spends an average of 13 days on skins. This is a beautifully balanced Marlborogh Pinot which displays rich earthy and berry fruit flavours.

Tempus Two is
the culmination of Lisa McGuigan’s dream to create a successful, ultra - premium wine brand and tourism experience
Tempus Two is proudly, home to Roche Wines, Tempus Two Wines and Hunter Valley Wine Country's premier outdoor events. Events on the estate have included sell out concerts by Sir Elton John, sell out concerts with Rod Stewart, and a night with the world's greatest guitarist, Santana. KD Lang has appeared on the main stage, as well as a spectacular performance by Matchbox Twenty and Thirsty Merc.
 Tempus Two

Tempus Two Winery represents a bright new chapter in one of Australia’s most exciting wine stories. Lisa McGuigan’s passion for wine was inevitable as she represents the fourth generation of one of the Hunter Valley’s most famous winemaking families. Before turning to the industry ingrained in her soul, she spent a decade pursuing a career in hospitality and five star hotel management. It was during this time that she conceived Tempus Two - right down to the tiniest detail.

Sharing the vision is the Roche family, creators of the multi-award winning Hunter Valley Gardens and now developing some of the Hunter Valley's finest wines. Their passion for the area is seen in the commitment to building first class facilities so it was inevitable that the two families would unite in wine and wine tourism. Roche Wines include the historic Tallawanta vineyard, the revered Stevens vineyard and the recently redeveloped Harrigans Hill vineyard. The range includes the highly awarded Roche Premium range, including the benchmark IJR and WR Hunter Shiraz, the Tallawanta range and the fun new Harrigans Hill range.

The award winning structure is comprised of a state of the art boutique winery, cellar door, Oishii - Japanese and Thai Restaurant, and 10,000 seat amphitheatre. The winery features a range of cultural events throughout the year including themed dance nights, community art shows, drama and theatre productions. Tempus Two also hosts a variety of functions from private weddings and celebrations, to corporate dinners, conferences and product releases.

At the centre of the facility is the Cellar Door, home of Roche and Tempus Two Wines. Entry is greeted by guitars and/or funky chill-out beats that fill the air and create a unique, modern atmosphere. Beyond the glass doors lies an intricate floor mosaic. The estate's trademark handcrafted Italian bottles with distinct Copper and Pewter labels are all about a combination of new-wave winemaking techniques and innovative packaging. The dynamic winemaking team put care and effort into sourcing only the finest quality grapes, from the Hunter Valley and Australia wide.

Tempus Two regularly hosts some of the most spectacular and largest outdoor concerts staged in Hunter Wine Country at the 10,000 seat, magnificently architected amphitheatre. These events feature a number of the world’s best known performers and are much more than just a concert. Coupled with the performance by the headline act is a range of dining options, from five star degustation dinners prepared by a number of the Hunter’s leading chefs, to outdoor food stalls operated by a number of restaurants from around the Hunter Valley.

Owned and operated
by the Bowen family, Bowen Estate lies towards the southern end of the famous Coonawarra wine region
Proprietor/ winemakers Doug and Emma Bowen, graduated from Roseworthy College in 1971 and Charles Sturt University in 1996, respectively. Starting with bare paddocks that had until then been part of a dairy farm, the vineyard area was originally 12 hectares. Established in 1972 on prime Terra Rossa soil, the first vintage from Bowen Estate was 1975. The Cellar Door tasting and sales facility was opened to the public in 1977. The South Block, originally a sheep farm was purchased in 1986. In 1996 a property with some established vines, was purchased directly on their northern boundary.
 Bowen Estate

The property now consists of three blocks, South, Home and North and the total vineyard area is 34 hectares. Bowen Estate vineyard is planted to Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz with smaller plantings of Chardonnay, Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot. After several vintages of wine produced under the stars, a Mount Gambier limestone winery was built. The Honourable David Tonkin Premier of South Australia officially opened this building on 2nd November 1980.

In the vineyard at Bowen Estate, all vines are individually pruned by hand to ensure each vine produces maximum quality. Hand pruning enables the winemakers to restrict the crop size that results in wines that are full in body and have great depth of colour and longevity. The pruning and trellising of the vines is done with specific consideration being given to the growing habits of each variety of grapes in the vineyard.

This has allowed the production of a very open crop of grapes that is well ripened in the cool Coonawarra climate. Crop levels are restricted to approximately 6 tonnes per hectare for red varieties and 8.5 tonnes for Chardonnay. At this cropping level Doug Bowen feels maximum quality is ensured.

The grapes are harvested and crushed within an hour of picking. In the winery, the grapes are fermented at cool temperatures and after fermentation the Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc are aged in French and Russian oak and Shiraz in American Oak barriques. Approximately one third new oak is used each year and after 22-24 months in wood the wine is bottled ready for release.

Much of the philosophy for the style of wine produced begins with the vineyard. Firstly, the location of is on the traditional prime terra rossa soil of Coonawarra. This is of the utmost importance. Secondly, there is a very strong belief in the traditional hand pruning of vines, combined with an arch cane trellis system. This improves the evenness of budburst, bunch exposure and ripeness, but more importantly, this method of pruning ensures a balanced vine. Therefore the vine will produce fruit of optimum quality. It is this optimum fruit that makes bench mark wines which reflect the true characteristics of Coonawarra - strong varietal aromas, big flavours and soft balanced tannins.

Welcome to Banrock
Station, fine Australian wines from passionately nurtured earth
Banrock Station is a large property on the banks of the Murray River in South Australia. When purchased in 1994, the land was severely degraded after a century of sheep grazing. A massive undertaking has seen the areas native wetlands and woodlands restored, creating a healthy environment. Now, it’s not just native birds who flock to the property, visitors are welcome to explore boardwalks and enjoy meals and tastings at the Wine and& Wetland Centre. It’s a showcase of sustainable architecture, with solar power, renewable materials and minimal environmental footprint.
 Banrock Station

Here at Banrock Station the perfect environment has been created for some of the worlds classic grape varieties. Flavoursome, easy drinking wines of true fruit character appeal to palates the world over. Every one of them comes with the added satisfaction of assisting the winemaking team to help the earth.

If you love fine wine, you’ll appreciate Banrock Station’s commitment to the good earth it comes from. Flavoursome Australian wines are enjoyed worldwide, and wherever you find Banrock Station, you’ll also find a winemaking team supporting conservation efforts that will help everyone enjoy the gifts of nature for generations to come.

Raise a glass of Banrock Station wine, knowing that part proceeds of every drop are donated to environmental projects around the globe. Explore the world of Banrock Station, a piece of nature within South Australia where the story began, the superlative wines, and globally co-ordinated conservation projects.

For more than a decade, Banrock Station wines have been dedicated to the welfare of our environment. After all, we are all reliant on the health of nature to create quality wines. Banrock Station are proud to be a world leader in conservation, with commitment of many millions of dollars to date worldwide. The ever-growing popularity of Banrock Station means the contributions increase every year. Think of the projects you help donate towards, every time you raise a glass of Banrock Station.

The Banrock Station style is full-flavoured, easy drinking wines of true fruit character. The world’s classic grape varieties have been planted, and they flourish in the healthy environment created under the Australian sun. The entire range of red, white and sparkling wines appeals to palates the world over. Good vineyard management ensures excellence in both flavour and environmental care. A unique pairing of the good earth, and fine Australian wine, Banrock Station is the home to the wine world's classic grape varieties of Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Chardonnay and Semillon. The warm climate is ideal for producing easy drinking, rich and full flavoured Australian wines. The 600 acres of vineyards which sit among 3600 acres of natural bushland, is a vital link between the surrounding native vegetation and wetlands.

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