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St Hallett Blackwell Shiraz 2010
Each year
$3499each
$419DOZEN
St Hallett Walk The Tightrope Of Flavour Expression As They Endeavour To Capture All The Rich And Robust Concentrated dark berry flavours without falling into the abyss of overipe jammy and stewy characters The keys to this balance are site selection and time of picking. Shiraz is sourced exclusively from the north and western slopes of Barossa. Parcels from the distinguished districts of Seppeltsfield and Marananga, Greenock and Ebenezer are picked off particularly low yielding vineyards which grow grapes endowed with intense flavours.
 
Guigal Cote Rotie Brune et Blonde
$10999each
$1319DOZEN
 
Tucks Ridge Chardonnay 2015
Tucks Ridge continue to produce the style of wines that other estates can only dream about
$2999each
$359DOZEN
Chef TV Superstar Iain Hewitson Came To Tuck's Ridge Once For A Single Episode Of His Cooking Adventures And Filmed Seven So what's not to love about Tuck's Ridge? An assemblage of six vineyards around the foothills of Dromana Red Hill and Merricks North. All are north facing blocks, critical to fruit development.
$2699each
$323DOZEN
Seppelt Silverband Sparkling Shiraz N.V SINCE 1851, The House of Seppelt has built a reputation for exceptional western districts Sparkling Shiraz. Silverband is composed of various select tirage wine components with an average vintage age of six years. These parcels were initially trial lots, carefully selected by the winemakers for their ability to age gracefully and develop intense varietal and regional characters. Over time, these batches were identified and blended to craft this unique and delightful Grampians Sparkling wine, sealed under crown cap. Peak drinking right now.
$2999each
$359DOZEN
Bowen Estate Cabernet Sauvignon 2015 EXCELLENT LANGTONS CLASSIFICATION. Exclusively estate grown Cabernet Sauvignon, one of Coonawarra's finest. The low yielding vineyard, planted to the magical Terra rossa soils, is dry grown and hand arch cane pruned, it traditionally yields limited crops of intensely flavoured fruit. Skilled use of traditional oaking techniques achieves a wine that's integrated and seamless, as delicate fine grain French oak supports the essential Coonawarra characters of violets and bramble berry, scorched earth and blueberry cassis perfumes.
$5999each
$719DOZEN
Gosset Brut Excellence Champagne N.V ESTABLISHED 1584, Gosset is one of the smallest producers in luxury Champagne, but what it lacks in volume it amply makes up for in quality and prestige. Gosset remains unsurpassable for its fine, foaming textures and complex, powerful length, the most satiating experience in Champagne, a palate of unrivaled richness and staying power, one of the most superior effervescent wines in the world.
$2499each
$299DOZEN
Huia Sauvignon Blanc 2016 FULLY ORGANIC CERTIFIED GROWN AND MADE, Huia are focused on hand crafting unique wines which express the effusiveness of Marlborough fruit. The range of sites available to Huia provides some exciting opportunities for vinification through traditional as well as more modern techniques to increase the depth of flavour. Fermented to a dry, adults only styling, elderflower notes, red bell pepper and nettles lift the nose; the palate is exquisitely balanced and refined, the excellence of terroir imparts a structure of rich minerality.
Winemaker Wayne Dutschke
is blessed by the foresight of his ancestors who planted the winery's vineyard at Lyndoch in the southern end of the Barossa Valley
Once upon a time around the end of the 19th century, this 72 acre patch of real estate included only a few acres of vineyard, with most of the area being dedicated to cropping and dairy cattle. At the start of the 1930's Oscar Semmler, winemaker Wayne Dutschke's grandfather bought the block and more vineyard was planted, but it remained primarily a grazing area for dairy purposes. Oscar's Semmler's Dad referred to the dirt as a wonder of creation, a fact borne out by the wine now coming from it. The vineyard of that time while reflecting the fortified market of the day, did not predict the potential to produce the rich varietal flavours found in current production.
 Dutschke

Oscar's son Ken returned to the Barossa Valley in the early 1970's after first spreading his wings as a fighter pilot with the RAAF, dodging anti-aircraft fire above the jungles of Vietnam. Then in 1975, the transition began with Ken starting the planting of the beloved Shiraz, and it is this first area of Shiraz which provides the precious component of Dutschke Wines. Currently forty five acres are planted with Shiraz making up one third of that area, the balance including Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Chardonnay. Most of the fruit gets passed onto other Barossa winemakers.

Here at Lyndoch the growing conditions are reliable and consistent, allowing the production of premium wines year after year. It's rather fascinating to note that all varieties have performed well, both in an analytic sense and the all important consumer taste test!

In 1990 Ken and Wayne decided to keep some of these grapes for themselves and start producing wine of their own from this vineyard under the brand WillowBend. Production never intended to be a big time operation, with the bulk of the fruit each year being delivered to the Krondorf and Mildara Blass Winemakers.

With the 1998 vintage release, interest from the US led to the name being changed to Dutschke Wines and production for future vintages was revved up to support this market and many others that have followed.

Where convict past
and Barossa tradition meet, Westlake are a small, family operated vineyard committed to producing exceptional wines
Established to the renowned northern Barossa Valley sub regions of Koonunga and Moppa, Westlake take aim aim to capture the soils and seasons in which these vines grow and to celebrate their differences, ensuring that each vintage will have its own story to tell. By combining a colourful convict past and traditional Barossa heritage, Westlake look forward to continuing a unique story. Ultra rare, hand crafted, Barossan wine with a difference. Right from the start, the vision was to produce the best possible fruit from estate vineyards in a sustainable way, ensuring that the environmental care would benefit future generations. From that came the urge to complete the cycle and make wines from fruit that was only sourced from estate vineyards, tended by hand throughout the year.
 Westlake

The philosophy behind Westlake wines was to capture the soils and seasons in which these vines grow and to celebrate their differences in the bottle. This ensures that every vintage release is a direct reflection on what the vineyard endures throughout the year. Completely open to the forces of nature, there have been some vintages which were not released, due to the fact that they have not reached the highest standards. Rest assured that if it's in the bottle it is good. Finally, there is not much point in doing this if you donít enjoy it or have anyone to share it with, so it is with great joy that Westlake can share with friends everywhere to celebrate what they do.

Nestled amongst the rolling hills at the northern fringe of Barossa Valley is the highly prized Jaensches Vineyard, in family hands for three generations. Although the soils vary across the block they mainly consist of shallow red brown top soils over heavy red clays, scattered with ironstone and quartz. The variations and aspects of each plot provide us great blending material, adding complexity and depth to our wines.

The picturesque Higgins Block Vineyard, located in the sub region of Koonunga, with its gentle slopes falling down to the gum studded creeks, really isnít a bad place to work! This part of the valley has the ability to produce amazingly concentrated world class wines that are highly sought by collectors world wide.

Jaensches Vineyard crops and canopy levels are naturally controlled due to the hard nature of soils and climate. Wines from this block typically display dark fruits, with rich colours and ample tannin structure. Jaensches vineyard has been planted to varieties that are suited to the site such as Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon, Durif, Grenache, Mataro, Petite Verdot and Viognier. Higgins Vineyard soils consist of shallow red brown top soils over heavy red clays, famous to the Koonunga region to Biscay like soil over red clay. With its rows running East/West it has proven to be ideal in controlling canopy size and crops levels already impressing with spectacular fruit, displaying wonderful aromatics and colour. Planted to Durif, Graciano and several clones of Shiraz, Westlake look forward in showcasing the results of vintages well into the future.

Dandelion Vineyards really
do wish you were here
Their vineyards are family, their wines are children. Serious stuff, certainly. Proper fun, absolutely. The lifelong search to appreciate and understand the essence of wine, its terroir, leads to a vinous treasure hunt, following the Dandelion's wishing clock if you will, that always inspires. Dandelion Vineyards are proven plantings that have stood the test of time.
 Dandelion

Dandelion grow their own grapes and source from the best of family vineyards. Their wish is to nurture the unique character of these vineyards and express terroir in the wines. Dandelion believe that to capture variety, vintage and vineyard requires an enlightened approach. Separating single sites and even single soil types, vine by vine if need be.

Dandelion are a unique fusion of vineyards and vignerons. Their wines represent decades of experience, blending the fruit of heirloom vineyards with the finest traditions of artisan winemaking. Dandelion combines old vineyards, a young winemaker and a couple of mates to help out in between, making for the ideal winery.

Dandelion wines are a combination of all of their favourite local terroirs with mature, and in some cases centurion plus vineyards, down and dirty viticulture through purist winemaking. A vinous treasure hunt in their own vineyards. Wish you were here.

High on a
hill overlooking the beautiful Hunter Valley.
A state-of-the-art winery. An imposing bell tower. Spacious tasting rooms. Magnificent cellars. Bimbadgen Estate. Dedicated to the art of wine. Bimbadgen Estate Winery is situated two hour's drive north-west of Sydney in the picturesque Hunter Valley, Australia's oldest premium wine producing region.
 Bimbadgen Estate

The winery itself is a reflection of the commitment to quality Hunter Valley wines renowned around the world. No expense has been spared in acquiring state-of-the-art wine-making technology combined with the finest grapes and the best French and American barrels that produce very special regional wines.

Built in a distinctive Australian/ Mediterranean style, Bimbadgen, which means 'lovely views', is truly a world class endeavour.

Unique Soil Structures. Strong established vines. Grapes of magnificent intensity and flavour. Hallmarks of the best Hunter Valley vineyards.

The Hunter Valley region has long been regarded as a premium wine-producing area; renowned in particular for its classic bottle-aged Semillon, full-flavoured Chardonnay and intense Shiraz styles.

The Hunter Valley's soils are naturally suited to the growing of high quality grapes; grapes which are characteristically full of flavour, depth and intensity.

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