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Clonakilla Viognier
$4499each
$537DOZEN
 
Yarra Yering Dry White No1
Three quarters Semillon
$4599each
$551DOZEN
The Balance In Sauvignon Blanc From fruit selectively hand picked and sorted off dry grown estate vines at Gruyere Grapes are gently crushed to encourage skin contact and infuse flavour, batches are manually basket pressed with minimal settling time before filling to seasoned French oak barriques for primary ferments and a rich course of malolactic, followed by eleven months maturation. A generously proportioned Semillon Sauvignon of ample palate weight and profound generosity of oak developed fruit.
 
Langmeil Bella Rouge Cabernet Rose
Cabernet Rosé at its finest
$1799each
$215DOZEN
By One Of The Barossa's Most Adroit Handlers Of Dry Grown Old Vines Crafted from hand selected grapes fermented twenty four hours on skins, capturing the opulence of Cabernet while locking in a modicum of fine, crisp tannins. The result is a light and clean, mind numbingly refreshing, rakishly pink hued wine with the exuberant flavour of summer berries. A Rosé for grown ups, with as much character and charm as you could hope to find in a wine of its style, the ideal drink at any social, exquisite with fine faire or boutique cheese.
$1699each
$203DOZEN
Hungerford Hill Vinefire Shiraz FROM THE EARLIEST DAYS OF VITICULTURE, farmhands would prune vines each winter to ensure a good crop of grapes the following season. They discovered that meats grilled over the discarded canes acquired a unique, slightly sweet smoky flavour. All across Europe, the burning of vine canes became a midwinter festival. The team at Hungerford Hill have revived this ancient tradition, a celebration of the synergy between barbeques and good wine, Vinefire makes the perfect match to grilled meats and seafood, seared vegetables or fried rice.
$3699each
$443DOZEN
Barossa Valley Estate Ebenezer Cabernet 2010 A REGAL CABERNET WINE, full bodied and intense with powerful varietal fruit and distinctive regionality. The dry grown old vines at Ebenezer are Appellation Superieur, a principal source of fruit for the premium John Duval, Henschke and Glaetzer labels. Soft and approachable now, a true expression of the richness and splendour of old Barossa vines, Ebenezer will continue to evolve gracefully, a Cabernet Sauvignon of great elegance and poise, quality is assured.
$2999each
$359DOZEN
Saltram Mamre Brook Cabernet Sauvignon 2006 RICHLY STYLIZED BAROSSA CABERNET SAUVIGNON, previously winner of the Stodart Trophy, made for many years by the family behind the illustrious Pepperjack. The story of this enduring wine dates back to 1844, when William Salter built a stone house for his family naming it Mamre Brook, after Abrahams spiritual home. The eminent Dolan family, twice Jimmy Watson winners, crafted many of Mamre Brook's most memorable vintages. A fully aromatic Cabernet, perfumed with new French vanilla oak, endowed by a cornucopia of ripely spiced berry flavours.
$1999each
$239DOZEN
Tatachilla McLaren Vale Shiraz VINES WERE PLANTED AT TATACHILLA IN 1887, today they lie scattered amongst the sloping hills and tapered basin of the McLaren Vale. The abundant variety of soils encourage a kaleidoscope of flavours, whilst the cooling ocean air and rolling gully winds cool the sun warmed grapes, allowing them to reach their full flavour potential without over ripening. A solid McLaren Vale Shiraz by one of the region's elder estates, seamless with a profound depth of flavour over chocolate velvet tannins, to be opened an hour beforehand and served alongside lamb, duck or ripe, piquant cheese.
Browns of Padthaway
have distinct taste, exhibiting varietal characteristics typical of the cool climate Padthaway wine region, this unique family owned winery continues to increase in popularity
Five generations of agriculture expertise has made Browns of Padthaway one of the few private family labels producing premium quality wines in this unique region. Their commitment has not gone unnoticed by some of the world’s top wine watchers. Decanter billed Browns of Padthaway one of the 21 Hottest Wineries to Watch in its 21st Century Edition.
 Browns of Padthaway

Mention South Australian wines and people immediately think of the famous Coonawarra and Barossa Valley regions, another South Australian region however, is growing in prominence. Located south east of Adelaide and north of the Coonawarra, Padthaway is already inhabited by the big names in Australian wine, but the region is also an attractive prospect for private producers eager to develop unique regional wines. One producer in an excellent position to do just this is Browns of Padthaway. With an established vineyard, the family company has been known among wine circles as a producer of premium grapes supplying larger wine companies.

The Brown family has been established in the Padthaway region for over 40 years and along with other agricultural ventures planted their first grape vines 32 years ago. Nestled in amongst well known wine companies the likes of Fosters, Orlando Wyndham and BRL Hardys, Browns of Padthaway is a rare, privately owned Padthaway winery. In 1995 the Brown family began releasing its own estate labelled wines. Donald Brown, a fourth generation Yorke Peninsula farmer and his wife Glenda saw the potential of Padthaway and moved to there in 1959.

The Padthaway region has a cool climate and is characterised by its terra rossa soil and an abundance of very soft artesian water. The word Padthaway is aboriginal for good water. The Browns originally purchased 290 hectares of land, which had a small proven irrigation capability, and the land holding of the family is now 3000 hectares. According to Donald Brown they didn’t plant vines initially and were involved in small seed production, cereals and sheep. It didn’t take long, however, to realise that the soil and climate along with the irrigation presented ideal conditions for grape production. They were one of the original producers to establish a vineyard in the area.

Browns of Padthaway is very much a family organisation, with Donald and Glenda, their daughter Sue and her husband Michael Schreier, son Andrew and his wife Lisa and son David and his wife Caroline, all playing active roles in the business. This includes viticulture, vineyard management, sales, marketing and all facets of company management. The Brown’s wine exploits have involved supplying premium fruit to larger Australian wine companies as well as grape harvest contracting and grape transportation. The whole family agrees that producing their own wine label has been a dream for some time and they are very proud of what has been achieved with Browns of Padthaway wines.

Browns Of Padthaway have two vineyard sites that lie in the heart of the Padthaway region. The original vineyard was planted in 1970 and is 150 hectares in size and is located 12 km south of Padthaway at Keppoch. Varieties planted include Riesling, Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz, Malbec, Sauvignon Blanc and Verdelho. The Vineyards are predominately planted on the famed terra rossa soil as well as some sandy loams over limestone. These soils are free draining and fertile. Although some vines are now over three decades old, Padthaway is a modern region with the latest planting, trellising and harvesting techniques in evidence. The Padthaway Valley Vineyard was developed in 1997. Situated 12 kilometres to the north of the existing vineyard, this vineyard is now approximately 170 ha in size and varieties planted comprise of Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz, Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc.

Inspired by an
intense passion for the land, Unico Zelo wines are crafted to showcase the unique sites and soils which Australia and the Adelaide Hills can offer
Being winemakers, Unico Zelo are people who are incredibly passionate about the soil and produce in Australia. It's their contention to showcase products to the rest of the world that embrace Australian native ingredients and pay homage to the custodianship of the indigenous people who maintained the land for thousands of years. Great wines made in styles that are typified by the life and culture of this sunburnt country, from grape varieties that require minimal intervention. It's this passion that has driven Unico Zelo to start two wine labels, one that protects farmers and another that protects the future. They've since taken these concepts, alongside their Applewood Distillery, and catapulted them into the horticultural realm, studying indigenous produce, it's beneficial effects on the land and the stories it can tell through incredible colours, flavours and textures.
 Unico Zelo

Unico Zelo seek Australian identity in the products they craft and services they offer, they seek ways to communicate this with an entirely new demographic. The ultimate hope is that these Australian stories can one day be heard on a global scale. Unico Zelo are in the Northern Adelaide Hills, where it's approximated that 70% of all Adelaide Hills branded wines are grown. Within the alpine subregion, there are 2 wineries. Only 2! Unico Zelo are one of them. If you were to consider the amount of fruit grown here and the average size of the typical South Australian winery, there should be close to 300 operating brands in this geographical location.

What is Unico Zelo's Harvest Growers Cooperation all about? To put simply, a grower co-operative from Northern Adelaide Hills. They work alongside local agricultural experts to provide an opportunity to create wine in a profit share model that benefits the grassroots across the entire industry. They then co-operate with local growers to make good wine and share the profits.

The growers in the Northern Adelaide Hills area are large, they typically have some very large wineries as customers from satellite regions. These customers have a particular method of dealing with growers. They contract out the vineyards, own the fruit and can determine what happens with the crop each year. This acts as a deterrent to farming which has a further impact on all South Australian fruit production.

Farmers are left with an uncertainty as to whether they will be able to cover their costs every vintage. All of this hasn't served Adelaide Hills growers all too well, especially through a spate of tough grower vintages. Unico Zelo take aim at changing the hardships for Adelaide Hills growers by creating Australia’s only wine production co-op. Instead of selling their grapes for bottom dollar, they bring them to the Harvest label and Unico Zelo donate in kind, winemaking and branding, bottling and distribution, marketing and sales. Unico Zelo also operate Applewood Distillery, offering growers a third pathway to market, purchasing fruit that isn't suitable for harvest at a profit to the grower, turning it into non perishable alcohol Spirit, whether top shelf liquor or for industrial applications, it's all part of a larger ecosystem.

Unico Zelo have issued significant investment initiatives, paying forward for growers to re-plant sustainable Italian varieties for the future of wine production in Australia. Why Italian varieties? They are better for the Australian landscape and climate as they essentially can be rain fed. Because of this initiative, Unico Zelo have now established multiple hectares of Fiano and Nero d'Avola in the Adelaide Hills and Clare Valley. Unico Zelo are proud to be offering an opportunity to support the community of Adelaide Hills growers and produce amazing wine for all to enjoy!

Castelli are all
about old world winemaking traditions, applied to the pick of fruit, grown to the finest vineyards across the great viticultural precincts of Western Australia
During a lifetime of annual visits back to his parents homeland, Luca Castelli grew up working in the vineyard alongside his grandfather Nonno Germino. After a career in power engineering and renewable energy, Luca became consumed by a dream of getting his hands dirty again amongst the vines once again. His brother Sam's passion for wine also began on the family farm back in Italy. Sam's extensive career in the engineering and construction sectors lead to the ASX-listed United Group Limited, an internationally active company with an annual turnover of two billion. He always remained keen however of picking grapes and delivering boxes of his homemade wine to customers.
 Castelli

In 2004, the Castelli dream of a family owned winery became a reality when, upon the slopes of Mt Shadforth, the Castelli Estate property was purchased, a 120 acre farm which overlooks Wilson's Inlet, Mt. Lindesay and the lush countryside around Denmark. The property was acquired with a semi-complete winery which, with the family's extensive construction and engineering experience, was later completed in 2006. Tudor architecture and heavy masonry walls, grand arches and an extravagant underground barrel room, give the Castelli wineworks beauty to match its functionality.

Using a combination of traditional techniques gained from extensive overseas experience, with the benefits of a state-of-the-art facility, the winemaking team are able to tailor a specific approach best suiting each individual wine. All wines are treated in their own special way to express the variety, vintage conditions and region.

Through the dedicated winemaking team's extensive experience, the sourcing of the state's best fruit and the family's passion and commitment to quality, Castelli Estate's wines hold the promise of something special. With their name on every bottle, Castelli can share with you their passion for wines that are made with a relentless commitment to quality.

Careful attention to detail is ensured to capture the maximum varietal and regional characters. Above everything, special emphasis is placed on achieving elegance and balance. The equilibrium of fruit flavour, structure, length and finish are the hallmarks of all Castelli wines. Much of this comes from the vineyard, with careful site selection, fastidious viticultural practices and picking at optimal flavour ripeness. Once the fruit is in the winery however, that same attention to detail is also essential. Castelli concentrate on achieving symmetry in each wine. For white wines the interaction of fruit intensity, acid profile, phenolic extraction and oak (if used) are carefully assessed. Likewise in the reds, there is a delicate balance between tannin structure, fruit definition, alcohol level and oak integration. A capacity of 500 tonnes and the industry's most advanced winemaking equipment culminate to make Castelli Estate a world class winemaking facility. The philosophy has has always been focused towards small batch processing to ensure that every parcel of fruit receives the care and attention it deserves.

Essentially, the philosophy is to produce wines that everyone enjoy enjoys drinking, not specifically to win awards, nor praise from wine writers (although this does tend to be a happy coincidence) but rather something that's worthy of the Castelli name on the bottle.

Hungerford Hill has
always pushed the boundaries.
Since its founding in the 1970s in the world famous Hunter Valley, Sydney's doorstep, Hungerford Hill has been at the forefront of multi-regional winemaking, producing award-winning wines from Australia's best regions.
 Hungerford Hill

Designed for the future, Hungerford Hill has a new winery and cellar door that pushes the boundaries of architecture and style.

The Hungerford Hill Winery in Broke Road, Pokolbin stands as a sentinel at the entrance to the Pokolbin district in the Hunter Valley. It is a powerful landmark for visitors to the area, situated at the beginning of the road which leads into the gently undulating valley and eventually to the more rugged Upper Hunter.

Its near neighbours present a diverse architectural palette. The prestigious Lakes Folly, on the western boundary, still operates from a romantically gabled shed.

Opposite, Peterson's Champagne House is a cluster of neo colonial brick cottages. A little further along Alan Jack + Cottier's 1971 award winning building at the Rothbury Estate has a proprietorial air, perched high on the hill at the end of a grand entrance drive. Across the road from Rothbury is Len Evans' more recent venture, the Tower Estate Winery, with its intriguing ziggurat shaped entrance.

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