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Mt Difficulty Roaring Meg Sauvignon Blanc
Roaring Meg is a place of great natural beauty
$2199each
$263DOZEN
Pristine Waters And The Endowments Of Clean Energy Generation Austere terrains and challenging climes the world's southermost winegrowing region. It is here in the heart of Central Otago, that a co operative of excruciatingly low fertility vineyards are closely managed by the Mt Difficulty viticultural team, to yield meagre harvests of the finest fruit in all Aotearoa.
 
Andre Delorme Cremant De Bourgogne Rose
$2999each
$359DOZEN
 
Brown Brothers Cienna 2015
Cienna is an exciting new grape from the CSIRO labs
$1099each
$131DOZEN
Formulated By Crossing The Sumoll Grape Varietal With Cabernet Sauvignon Sumoll has its origins in the Catalonia region of Spain and is highly suitable for the type of warm dry growing conditions found in many of Australia's parched regions. This new grape combines the best attributes of both parents, presenting a new, exciting type of wine for Australia. The delicious and mouth watering Cienna is fabulous with al fresco food or pasta, your favourite pizza, or anything like gorgonzola and pear.
$4999each
$599DOZEN
Brown Brothers Patricia Cabernet Sauvignon A STATELY VICTORIAN CABERNET SAUVIGNON AND THE BROWN BROTHERS FLAGSHIP, released at five years of age. The most superlative parcels are vinified and assembled each vintage into a powerhouse of a wine with intense blackberry palate and juicy tannins. Fruit is sourced from outstanding sites, the most distinguished old vines in all Victoria, places as far afield as Beechworth, Mornington and Pyrenees. A rich and concentrated, statuesque style of Cabernet Sauvignon, layered with sweet berry flavours and fine oak characters to compliment a long dry finish.
$2199each
$263DOZEN
Mitolo Jester Cabernet Sauvignon MONARCHO WAS THE MOST ECCENTRIC OF ALL JESTERS AT THE COURT OF ELIZABETH I. He was the only fool ever named by Shakespeare and is featured in Loves Labour Lost. The blue attired Monarcho was more intelligent and politically aware than his behaviour suggested. A fifth of fruit in Jester Cabernet has been treated to the painstaking Amarone technique, drying grapes on open racks to concentrate flavour and soften the tannins. Jester is upfront and approachable for early appreciation, an accessible, mouth filling Cabernet wine.
$1699each
$203DOZEN
Oyster Bay Sparkling Cuvee Brut THE PHILOSOPHY AT OYSTER BAY IS TO PRODUCE FINE, distinctly regional wines that are elegant and assertive with glorious fruit flavours. Cuvee Brut is an exclusively Chardonnay sparkler in fragrant Blancs de blancs styling, crafted through the best of new world winemaking techniques to capture and showcase New Zealand's unique cool climate character. It all starts in the vineyard with select clones of Chardonnay characterised by small, intensely flavoured grapes. A rejuvenating wine with a clean, fresh palate, New Zealand at its sparkling best.
$1099each
$131DOZEN
Houghton Sweet Classic Verdelho HOUGHTON OPERATE MANY OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA'S MOST BOUNTIFUL VINEYARDS. Nature however plays the biggest role in creating a late harvest wine with lingering ripe fruit characters, supporting acidity and exquisite balance. This exciting Verdelho wine is creamier and nuttier than most, almost Alsace in character, it exudes a perfumed nose of hazelnut and lychee before a generous palate brimming with ripe and developed, elegantly sweet flavours, followed by a crisp clean finish, making it the ideal accompaniment to consomme, desserts and high tea.
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.

Since 1851, five
generations of the Bryson family have been involved in agriculture and the unique and fertile land of South Australia
Mt. Monster is synonymous with premium wines grown to the Padthaway region being awarded over 80 medals in International and Australian Wine shows in recent years. The vineyards are planted on their own rootstock to some of the world’s oldest mineral rich soils and in the most temperate of maritime climates. The Mt. Monster vineyard consistently produces excellent fruit quality from low yielding vines. Only the best parcels of fruit are carefully selected and utilized for the Mt. Monster label. Great attention to detail is paid, the integration of fruit flavours and fine oak barrels helps produce classic handcrafted wine styles. The wines express full varietal flavours, taking full advantage of the Padthaway’s maritime climate with its long slow ripening season and unique soils.
 Mount Monster

The success of Coonawarra Terra rossa wines led viticulturalists to seek out similar ground. Back in 1944 the CSIRO had recommended the Padthaway region for horticulture due to its rich soil and underground water supply. The climate is maritime with coastal influences. The vineyards here produce fruit for red and white table wine and sparkling wine. Regional statistics are heat degree days of 1610. Sunshine hours per day is 8.2. Annual rainfall of 530mm. Growing season rainfall of 180mm. Mean January temperature is 20.4°C. Harvest is from early March to late May.

The plains of Padthaway produce wines of consistent quality and style. Although famously known as Chardonnay country, the region produces excellent examples of Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon from old vine material. The gently undulating country of Padthaway is neighbour to the famous Coonawarra. It has climatic similarities and a good slice of terra rossa, the famed soil of the Limestone Coast.

Sited to rich Terra Rosa soils, the Mt Monster vineyard benefits from excellent sun exposure producing grapes of optimum flavour, colour and tannin development. The warm summer days are moderated each evening by coastal winds that cool the vines and result in a longer ripening period. This extended period allows for the grape tannins and seed to fully ripen prior to being harvested, thus creating wines that are rich and supple on the palate.

At Mt. Monster, the sole objective is to produce the best wines possible from a unique vineyard site. The team concentrate their energies and skills on producing the classical wines that are most recognised and suited to the region’s viticulture. The team use traditional winemaking methods, complemented by modern technology with minimal processing to ensure the purity, integrity, texture and flavour from the vineyard.

Mt Monster's resident viticultralist grew up on the family property at Padthaway and was instrumental in setting up the 210 acre Morambro Creek Vineyard in 1994 with the help of other family members. Monster also employ the specialised services of Ben Riggs who has had many years of wine making experience, 14 years being at Wirra Wirra where he made such great wines as RSW Shiraz and Angelus, which are without doubt Australian benchmark wines. Ben has also presided over 8 international vintages in countries such as USA (Napa Valley), France (Bordeaux and Southern France), Greece and Italy. His extensive experience with a broad range of wine styles gives Ben the unique position of being a true Master Winemaker.

Frogmore Creek Wines
is one of Tasmania's most awarded wineries. Proudly family owned, Frogmore Creek sources grapes from the finest cool climate regions in Tasmania
The Frogmore Creek vineyards were founded around the principles of sustainable farming practises. The site was chosen due to it's suitability to growing great Pinot Noir, Riesling and Chardonnay. The vineyard is located at Penna which is 30 minutes drive from the city of Hobart. Critical climate indicators such as rainfall, temperature, sunshine hours and number of rain days combine in perfect balance to create an ideal natural environment for growing premium quality grapes. The property is 316 acres with 81 acres suitable for vines. The remaining land accommodates grazing, animals, dams and a large portion (almost 80 acres) is set aside for conservation projects. The current varietals include Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Riesling, Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Grigio.
 Frogmore Creek

Frogmore Creek aims to maintain and nurture a biologically diverse environment for the health of the vines and resident fauna. By utilising sustainable farming methods the waterways will remain a safe place for frogs, fish and birds. Since the first vines were planted and the dams established, four species of frogs have made the Frogmore Creek Vineyard their home. Frogmore Creek Vineyard was developed on an organic philosophy, incorporating compost and cover cropping for soil health and vine fertility, organic fungicides for vine health and protection against unwanted disease, and organic integrated pest management to combat pests. The skins, seeds and pressings from the grapes are composted over 6-8 months, after which time the matured compost can be used in the vineyard.

Frogmore Creek have a holistic outlook on farming and strongly believe if you have and build healthy soil, then healthy plants will result. It follows that healthy plants are much less susceptible to diseases and pests. The philosophy is to find a way to control problems without introducing chemicals. The use of animals within vineyards is one of the techniques used in sustainable farming.

Frogmore Creek uses Guinea Fowl in the vineyard to naturally control wingless grasshoppers and weevils. Both of these pests cause havoc as they eat the shoots and leaves of the vines. The Guinea Fowl eliminate the need for insecticides by feeding on these unwanted insects. The birds are successful as they have few predators in Tasmania, and at night they sleep safely up high in the trees.

Native wasps are an integral part of the estate's Light Brown Apple Moth (LBAM) control programme. There are a number of native wasp species indigenous to Tasmania, each of which attack LBAM at a different stage in its life cycle. Cover crops are grown in between the vines to assist in the improvement of soil fertility, soil structure and as a shelter and food source for beneficial insects. Frogmore Creek employs crimson clover, oats, strawberry clover and red clover, to name a few.

The estate's Campania Vineyard is well known for being the location of one of the first sightings of the thylacine, also known as the Tasmanian Tiger. The Campania property consists of 1008 acres of which 111 acres are under vine. The vines are planted on various parts of the property, selected for the suitability to each variety. Campania Vineyard consists of 27 different blocks, situated on very different altitudes. The lowest block is planted approximately 80 metres above sea level and one of the Pinot Noir blocks is planted at approximately 180 metres above sea level. Each vineyard block contains differing soil structures giving unique characteristics to each varietal. All blocks were planted with northerly aspects, allowing the vines to receive the most sunlight possible.

The Clare Valley,
set in the folds of the Mount Lofty Ranges 140 kilometres north of Adelaide is proud of it's long history of outstanding winemaking
At around 400 metres elevation the Clare Valley is characterised by cool night time temperatures and warm days. In 1893 a group of South Australian entrepreneurs founded The Stanley Wine Company to produce high quality Clare Valley red and white wines. Subsequent generations of wine drinkers and wine judges have applauded their decision and confirmed their hopes.
 Leasingham

Originally there were four pioneers J.H. (Joseph) Knappstein a merchant, Dr O. Wein-Smith a medical practitioner, soliciter Magnus Badger, and John Cristion, who was a brewer of note. Alfred Basedow was employed as General Manager and Winemaker, having learned his craft in Europe. The name Stanley was chosen to identify the company with the local electoral district of Stanley.

The first vintage, in 1895, was a mere 11,356 litres. In 1896 cellars were constructed and each year improvements were made until 1903 when the vintage yielded 378,540 litres of wine. This represented the crush of most of the grapes grown in the Clare Valley district. By 1912, Joseph Knappstein, one of the most enterprising men of his time in South Australia, had bought out the interests of the other three founders and gained control of the company. Since that time the Knappstein family has been associated with the activities of the company.

In 1971 the H.J. Heinz Corporation, based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, purchased a controlling interest. The Knappstein family retained key positions in the company and held shares until 1976. In 1984 the Heinz company purchased the Buronga winery in Mildura, New South Wales. The production of Stanley wine casks was transferred from the Leasingham Clare Valley winery to Buronga, which is closer to the supply of fruit for cask wines. The Leasingham operation was then free to concentrate on the production of premium wines.

The Leasingham wineworks was acquired by The Hardy Wine Company in January 1988, when a major upgrade of vineyards, winery, tourism and promotional facilities was begun. Subsequently that year, the Clarevale Co-operative was integrated giving access to further premium fruit. Today the name Leasingham is reserved for premium wines only - the Stanley name continues on a range of wine casks produced at the Buronga winery.

The Clare Valley has gained a reputation for producing some of Australia's finest premium wines, in particular Riesling and Shiraz. The region's early reputation was based around the production of Australia's finest Rieslings, but in more recent times the reds have excelled. The contemporary Australian palate for reds is perfectly suited to the region's growing conditions, which translates into big rich generous styles that are so much in demand.

WARNING Under the Liquor Control Reform Act 1998 it is an offence to supply alcohol to a person under the age of 18 years. The penalty exceeds $6,000
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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