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Barwang GDR Cabernet Sauvignon 2009
Hilltops
Peter Robertson was a Lancaster gunner during World War II. Over the course of thirty missions, he was introduced to wine by his pilot, John Seppelt of Great Western. Robertson turned to farming after the war and planted Hilltops first vines in 1969. Robertson's Barwang property has since produced some of the most memorable New South Wales vintages. Cabernet Sauvignon from two elite blocks are vinified alongside a choice parcel of Grampians fruit, to be assembled into Great Dividing Range, an intensely flavoured, statuesque red wine.
$3499each
$417DOZEN
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McWilliam's Barwang Vineyard has consistently delivered the most splendid vintages of Cabernet Sauvignon. Great Dividing Range is an assemblage of harvests from three superlative sites. The Silo Block at Hilltops Barwang Vineyard, selected for its bright, brambly, dark fruits and soft generous tannins. The Forgotten Block at Hilltops Mokinhui Vineyard, chosen for its bright cassis, pristine dried herb and dark chocolate fruit flavours, forming the backbone and contributing structure. A select component picked off Block 10 at Rosebank Vineyard in the Grampians, brings richly concentrated blackcurrant characters, roundness and flesh. Alcohol 14.5%
 
Bright crimson with youthful purple hues. Cassis, mulberry and dried herb fragrances dominate a complex, perfumed nose, displaying controlled power with elegance. A richly concentrated, classically structured Cabernet Sauvignon, showing a great length of black fruit flavours, olive, currants and eucalypt, over a structure of elegant oak and sound tannins, a wine of solid structure, superb concentration, opulence and sophistication.
Barwang Hilltops Cabernet Sauvignon 2012
Hilltops
The long, late ripening conditions and exhilarating continental microclimes of Barwang Vineyard, marked by cold nights and warm summer days, produce red wines of considerable flavour profile, power and extract. Since the 1996 edition, Barwang Cabernet Sauvignon has claimed trophies and prestigious accolades, with every vintage collecting at least one significant gold medal. An exemplary Cabernet wine with a profound, mouth filling palate, to accompany herb crusted rib eye or bacon wrapped quail, braised hare sous jus or your favourite recipe lamb.
$1499each
$177DOZEN
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McWilliam's Barwang Vineyard consistently over delivers with rich, generously flavoured wines. Cabernet Sauvignon grapes are picked at optimal ripeness and gently destemmed, the fruit is inoculated with cultured yeast and vinified in open top fermenters for several days. Juices are treated to frequent pumpovers for extraction. The fermenting juices are drained and returned twice daily until the wine is pressed off. To complete primary and malolactic fermentation, the wine was transferred to a selection of seasoned and new French and American oak hogsheads. Barwang Cabernet is aged for a year or more while being treated to a modicum of rackings throughout the maturation. Alcohol 13.5%
 
Vibrant red purple with crimson hues. Lively blackcurrant, licorice and chocolate fruit notes with subtle varietal mint nuances. Generous lashings of nutmeg and mocha oak are also prevalent. Fleshy fruit driven wine with dominant flavours of cassis, licorice and dark chocolate. Shows ample structure from supple tannins and nutmeg oak, finishes with lingering savoury tannins.
Barwang Hilltops Shiraz 2014
Hilltops
The McWilliams Barwang Vineyard is trained to yield grapes which express the unique characteristics of the exclusive Hilltops region, delivering distinctive Shiraz wines. Barrel fermentations enable better integration of fruit and oak, adding another layer of complexity. In keeping with it's Rhone valley counterparts, predominantly French Vosges oak barrels are employed in the ageing process to add length and impart elegance.
$1599each
$189DOZEN
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The Hilltops enjoy an adequate amount of reliable rainfall, some heavy snowfalls and frost in winter are quite common, with mild days and cool nights, allowing for the slow, even ripening of fruit. Grapes are harvested throughout the cool of night to retain fresh fruit flavours. Bunches are destemmed into open top fermenters for inoculation with cultured yeasts. Fermentations are held at 20°C to 22°C to preserve the spicy Shiraz character while maintaining a tight, fruit driven style. Juices are pumped over and the cap headed down, drained and pressed off, followed by transfer to a selection of new and seasoned French and American oak barrels to complete primary and malolactic ferments.
 
Vibrant red purple with crimson hues. Spicy black pepper and dark plums dominate the lively nose. Balanced levels of chocolate and nutmeg oak contribute complexity and lift. A fleshy, fruit driven palate dominated by fruit flavours of rhubarb and black cherries coupled with varietal black spice. Has a fine, long tannin finish with judicious oak providing balance and length. Drink now alongside roast duck, venison or lamb.
Botobolar No Preservative Red
Mudgee
Available by the dozen
Preservative free Dry Red, Shiraz and Pinot Noir sourced from Botobolar's Organic Vineyard at Mudgee. A truly delicious wine full of flavour, a great choice for the health conscious wine consumer! Botobolar's commitment to minimum input during the winemaking process preserves the natural flavours of the fruit. The twenty-two hectare site established in 1971 is Australia's oldest organic vineyard, the vines have always been grown organically without the use of pesticides, herbicides or chemical fertilizers.
$1999each
$237DOZEN
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Growing grape vines organically in balance with the environment, not demanding too much from them or the soil, hand picking and pruning, and creating handmade wines all combine to deliver to you, good value premium organic wines. Botobolar's organic dryland vineyard is famous for its rich and spicy red varieties. This bit of earth delivers some of the best grapes in the district. Old vines and organically grown grapes, hand picked fruit crafted into immensely flavoured wines. Botobolar wines are made in accordance with organic growing and winemaking principles and certified by the ACO, Australian Certified Organic.
 
Colour is a deep purple with a rose rim. Floral aromas with a nice sweet spice nice, more redolent bouquets of fig and pepper, jellied apple and dried currants. Sweet berry fruit dominates, the tannins are light on their feet, dancing around the palate and skimming over the tongue with refreshing mint and rosey characters. There's a funky twist on the finish, as the wine delivers ju-juby flavours of liquorice, wine gums, banana-like elements from the Pinot, and an exceptionally pleasant applejack acidity. A big fruit driven wine with soft tannins and great mouth feel, the Botobolar is built to enjoy with any cuisine.
Brokenwood Cricket Pitch Red 2014
Available by the dozen
The first block of Brokenwood vines ever planted were on a cricket pitch. Acquisition of this ten acre property along McDonalds Rd in October of 1970 almost fell into competitor's hands during a bidding war against Hungerford Hill. By the time the site became productive in 1973, Brokenwood had established themselves at the apex of a resurgence in Hunter Valley viticulture. Cricket Pitch is a varietally rich mix of Cabernet and Shiraz, Merlot and Petit Verdot, from vineyards in the central ranges of New South Wales, Beechworth and McLaren Vale.
$1599each
$189DOZEN
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Fashioned to a fruit driven, drink now styling, Cricket Pitch is an entry level into one of the nation's most collectable labels. A precious block separating Cricket Pitch and the eminent Graveyard Vineyard has remained elusive to Brokenwood, who were taunted for many years with outrageous invoices sent to them by neighbouring Hungerford Hill over the collection of firewood. The warring estates have now called a truce in the interest of fine wine. Cabernet and Shiraz, Merlot and Petit Verdot are crushed into vinomatic fermenters and treated to a three day cold soak prior to vinification. Upon completion, Cricket Pitch is matured eighteen months in a selection of seasoned American and French oak barriques. Alcohol 13.5%
 
Medium to dark garnet. Aromas of red cherry and milled spice, vanillin and earth notes. Mid weight palate with some Cabernet cedar up front that leads to soft Shiraz richness. The oak regime is mainly older American and French so limited impact although some vanillin on both nose and palate with a long sweet finish. A drink now style that will continue to soften, excellent fruit flavours and balance being the features.
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Brokenwood Forest Edge Shiraz 2011
Orange
Nestled amongst the undulating terrains of Orange, planted to rich volcanic soils atop the chilly, elevated aspects of Great Dividing Range, within an exclusive dress circle of elite sites along the slopes of Mount Canobolas, the six hectare Forest Edge Vineyard yields a quality of Shiraz that's most worthy of the Brokenwood moniker. A limited release wine crafted from the pick of vintage, Forest Edge Shiraz is conspicuous for its elegant milled spice perfumes, opaque black bramble fruit flavours and stealthy, velvet tannins.
$4199each
$501DOZEN
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The Orange winegrowing region is Australia's most recent, remarkably it is also the most promising. A very short run of exceptional vintages has inspired a gold rush into local viticulture, Forest Edge Vineyard was one of the earliest, originally established to vine in 1988. The small, parched berries make a piquant, exquisitely peppery style of Shiraz, brimming with clean fruit characters and lined by splendid tannins. Following the harvest and a minimalist handling in vinomatic fermenters, parcels are racked into a selection of French and American oak barrels for maturation.
 
Deep bright red hues. Spiced plums, black currants and prune, loganberries over a supple layer of toasty oak. Plum and dark berry characters supported by ripe tannins, its finely boned structure is layered with elegant, savoury cool climate fruit flavours, lingering at the finish on a length of clean and intense, freshly milled briar spice.
Brokenwood Graveyard Vineyard Shiraz 2011
Hunter Valley
Exceptional Langtons Classification. Graveyard is the jewel of the Brokenwood crown, it endures as one of the nation's great first growths. A word to the squeamish, the property may have been zoned as Pokolbin cemetery in 1882 but was never populated. Established to descendants of colonial rootstock in 1968, the vines at Graveyard struggle to yield meagre harvests of the most intense berries. A Shiraz of outstanding line, as Len Evans coined the phrase, to convey fine structure, exquisite balance and generous palate length.
$15999each
$1917DOZEN
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A terroir of extremely heavy clays over loam subsoils, pockets of ironstone here and there, topsoils are very mean and shallow. Yields from the Graveyard Vineyard are low, but fruit flavour is intense through the fastidious employment of meticulous viticultural techniques. Grapes are all hand picked and treated to an extended cold soak, followed by several days of vinification in a collection of three tonnes, open top fermenters at 26°C to 28°C, hand plunged twice daily. Upon completion to dry, batches are pressed off skins and filled to a high proportion of new French oak barrels and larger format 500 Litres puncheons, for a course of malolactic and term of maturation. Alcohol 13.0%
 
Bright red colour, youthful hues. A nose in the savoury red spectrum, almost cherry compote, bran meal and vanillan oak with sufficient fruit to balance. These follow on to the medium bodied palate with plenty of sweet flavours up front, initially soft to mid weight tannins, followed by red berry and spice flavours. Fine grape and oak tannins begin to grip on the excellent, lasting finish.
Brokenwood Hunter Valley Shiraz 2015
Hunter Valley
Available in cartons of six
There's never much Hunter Valley Shiraz around but it always represents an engaging experience in elegance and style, especially if it's made from grapes picked off the unnervingly named Graveyard Vineyard. The oldest vines on the Graveyard property are amongst the first growth of Australian Shiraz, younger blocks are called upon for the construct of a regional Hunter Valley edition, exhibiting superior structure and penetrating fruit, refined elocution and exquisite grace.
$3699each
$441DOZEN
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The fifteen hectare Graveyard Vineyard is planted to a gentle, east facing slope, generally cooler in clime, principally of red and white clays, iron stones and loam. Shiraz is sourced off blocks of vine cloned off original rootstock dating back to the 1960s. Fruit is treated to a combination of vinomatic and part open top, two to four tonne fermenters. Batches are treated to pumpovers once or twice daily over the course of a week, pressed off skins and sent for a course of malolactic. Components are filled to a selection of seasoned and new, French oak barrels and puncheons for a term of maturation.
 
Vibrant deep red colour. Lifted fresh red fruit and spice notes, anise and the fragrant redolence of countryside. Lovely savoury, red cherry flavours, ripe red and black currants over a background of oak, supported by a length of fine grained tannins. A fine accompaniement to all good gourmandise, red wine braises and recipes calling on rhubarb.
Brokenwood Shiraz 2011
Hunter McLaren Vale
Available in cartons of six
Hunter Valley Shiraz is defined by its poise, a medium bodied style of lighter hues, elegant restraint and supple tannins. Brokenwood also retain vineyards a little further afield, amongst the Blewitt Springs and McLaren Flats of McLaren Vale. The fruit here makes a wine of greater substance and palate weight. An assemblage of Shiraz from both regions achieves a concord of astonishing balance, the chocolateyness of McLaren Vale coats the crisp red fruits of the Hunter, coalescing into a dulcet cherry ripe of tensile tannins and background coconut oak.
$2799each
$333DOZEN
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Harvests of Shiraz are assembled at the Brokenwood wineworks in Pokolbin. The McLaren Vale component is crushed within site of the vineyard and cold settled during the journey to Hunter Valley. Batches are treated to a combination of open and roto red fermenters, pressed off skins for malolactic and racked into a selection of seasoned and new French and American oak barrels for eighteen months maturation.
 
Garnet with purple hues. A bright nose of floral, savoury leaf and rose petal aromas, currants, pepper and plum. Lovely weight of blackberry, currants and spiced fruit flavours are supported by gentle oak impact and splendid length of ripe tannins, a persistent ripeness of fruit characters and carob savouryness, before a splendid, lingering finish.
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Charles Sturt Cabernet Merlot 2009
Wagga Wagga
Charles Sturt University at Wagga Wagga saw its first plantings of vine in 1893. While today's students are very closely involved in the vitculture and elevage, the ultimate quality of wine is determined by a highly accomplished team of industry identities. Producing less than 10,000 dozen annually, the limited yields make possible, a highly selective sourcing of fruit and the most exacting standards of vinification. The result is a richly flavoured yet impeccably balanced accord of profound Cabernet Sauvignon structure in support of elegant Merlot succulence.
$1299each
$129DOZEN
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Charles Sturt University is an integral part of the nation's leading wine science school, completely at the forefront of leading viticultural advances and the world's best practice winemaking techniques. A backbone of Cabernet Sauvignon from excellent sites in the Hilltops region is enhanced by a component of fruit from the University. Merlot is sourced from the Charles Sturt vineyards at Orange and choice properties in Wagga Wagga. A harvest of very small berries exhibiting a concentration of dark fruit flavours is treated to a mix of new and old world techniques. The finished wine is matured for a year in a selection of seasoned and new French oak barrels.
 
Dark ruby scarlet hue. Blackcurrant nose supported by background oak and plum inspired licorice spice notes. An accord of exquisite harmony, the Cabernet defining perfect acid to fruit balance within a sound palate structure. Sweet blackcurrant and blackberry flavours are underpinned by well integrated oak, before a lingering finish on a length of fine, velvety tannins.
Clonakilla Hilltops Shiraz 2015
Hilltops
A collation of superior vineyard parcels, crafted by a boutique estate which has been recognized as one of Australia's leading wineries. Clonakilla is dedicated to making distinctive, handcrafted wines, only ever released in limited quantities, anything by Clonakilla can be hard to find, but they are worth the search. The house speciality is Shiraz, Clonakilla unashamedly borrow techniques from Burgundy and Vallée du Rhône. Clonakilla's inaugural vintage claimed two gold medals, one silver and two trophies in only three showings.
$2699each
$321DOZEN
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Clonakilla was established by a Canberra research scientist in 1971, very near the village of Murrumbateman in New South Wales. The soils here consist of sandy clay loams over a friable clay subsoil and, with a climate not dissimilar to Bordeaux and the northern Rhone Valley, he held high hopes for its viticultural potential. The wine itself is ultimately determined in the vineyard where hard work is required to open up the vine leaf canopies, limiting yields and encouraging vines to make grapes with riper flavour profiles. The vinification process embraces old world techiques such as the inclusion of whole bunches in the ferments, macerations and extravagant French oak barrel maturation. Alcohol 14.5%
 
A wine of intense colour. Striking aromas and generous, full flavoured palate. Loaded with ripe blackberry fruit pushed along by a late surge of blackcurrant and spice, the warmth of the autumn radiates through every part of this wine. Clonakilla is a breathtaking Shiraz wine, with gold medals, trophies and numerous five star reviews in succession. Great now if you love a powerful red, but leave some in the cellar for five to ten years to taste its full potential.
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Clonakilla ORiada Shiraz 2010
Hilltops
Sean O'Riada is one of the heroes of modern Ireland. A talented musician and composer, he is credited with taking traditional Irish music out of the pubs and bringing it to the world. O'Riada Shiraz is made from fruit grown to four very special vineyards around Murrumbateman, co-fermented with a dollop of Viognier.
$3699each
$441DOZEN
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It has been a remarkable journey for Clonakilla. When John Kirk first planted vines in 1971 he had no idea that his vineyard would be celebrated as one of the finest in Australia. Along the way there have been trials and tribulations as well as moments of unprecendented success. Over time it has become clear that the combination of the Murrumbateman region and Shiraz are one of those rare synergies which produce extraordinary wines. O'Riada owes it's genesis to a disastrous vintage year when an unfavourable growing season drastically reduced the Clonakilla harvest. The best local vineyards had to be sourced from which to collate the quality of fruit worthy of the Clonakilla label, O'Riada Shiraz was born.
 
Dark scarlet colour. The aroma is a festival of spice, milled pepper and clove, nutmeg and fresh garden herbs. Plum, black cherries and piquant spice characters cascade over a medium bodied palate, well supported by fine, supple tannins.
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