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1 - 12 of 32 Padthaway & Wrattonbully
Browns of Padthaway T Trellis Shiraz
Padthaway
Available by the dozen
Crafted by a rising star of the Padthaway region, recipients South Australian Cabernet Of Year Trophy and runner-up South Australian Wine Of Year. Five generations of viticulture make Browns one of the few family owned labels producing conspicuous local Shiraz. Their commitment has not gone unnoticed by the world's industry press, Decanter has identified Browns as one of the 21 Hottest Wineries to Watch. To create nothing but the best, Browns have employed the peerless expertise of the stellar O'Leary Walker winemaking team.
$2199each
$263DOZEN
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The Browns have two vineyard sites in the heart of Padthaway. The original vineyard was established in 1970 at Keppoch, predominately planted on the famed Terra rossa soils, as well as some sandy loams over limestone, free draining and fertile. In 1997 the estate's Padthaway Valley Vineyard was developed, a few kilometres to the north of the existing Keppoch property. Supplementary rainfall is sourced from aquifers of the artesian basin which lie beneath Limestone Coast, the vines are nurtured by a very high quality of ground water. Matured in a combination of new and seasoned American and French oak hogsheads for up to two years.
 
Brick red, purple hue. A big, generous, complex earthy bouquet, magnificent fragrances, floral, chewy and spiced, blackberry, hints of pepper and anise over subtle oak. The palate features rich sweet varietal Shiraz flavours of blackberry and dark plum, balanced by good acidity and fine long tannins. Seamless balance and ripe, mouthfilling berry characters, a splendid match to wild boar or bay leaf & olive proven├žale styled rabbit.
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Dog Ridge The Pup Cabernet Merlot 2010
McLaren Langhorne Padthaway
Heel! Sit! Sometimes simple commands are the answer, nothing too technical, no putting on airs and graces, no fuss. Just right for pups who enjoy a lively wine. Pups like this are unrestrained yet house trained, full of the simple pleasures. A joy to all and yet showing pedigree and character nurtured with expert care. A sniff and a lick will tell you there's fun to be had with this smooth Cabernet Merlot. Fetch! Grown and trained by a family infatuated by McLaren Vale, fine wines and curly coated retrievers. A silky smooth, more-ish modern Aussie red.
$1499each
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The historical Wylpena Vineyard on Bagshaws Road in McLaren Flat was one of the original sources for Chateau Reynella's red and white ports. A century later, it is now owned and operated by the Wright family. The viticultural team applies traditional and state of the art practices which consistently produce fabulous foundation flavours that are ideal for this modern style of wine. Named Dog Ridge for an extreme love of Curly Coat Retrievers, the ecologically driven vineyards typify why the McLaren Vale is such a great winegrowing region. After processing 100 tonnes of grapes into wine, producing about 12 tonnes CO2, the net benefit to the atmosphere is a reduction of 840 tonnes. Approx 14.0%
 
Deep dark purple. The overall bouquet is spicy dark forest berries with a hint of perfumed French oak. The palate is filled with big bright juicy fruit flavours that tantalise and tease, a burst of dark cassis at first, followed by a silky muscular, well structured mouthfilling lick of cocoa lined tannins. A concentrated food wine that pairs beautifully with generously flavoured dishes (aim for glazed reductions over charred cooking!).
Gramps Shiraz 2015
McLaren Padthaway
Available by the dozen
Johann Gramp planted the Barossa's first commercial vineyard along the banks of Jacob's Creek in 1847. He had no intention of establishing a brand, he just needed wine. Today's Gramp is vinified from a collation of the finest parcels grown to superb sites in McLaren Vale. Regular inspections of vineyards with a proven record for quality, consistency and character are conducted to pinpoint the most opportune dates for harvest. Following a traditional vinification and extended ageing, only those barrels of exceptional quality are included into the finished wine.
$1799each
$215DOZEN
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Fruit is destemmed and crushed into static fermenters, inoculated with neutral wine yeast and vinified for up to a fortnight. Temperatures are managed at 18┬░C to 22┬░C and allowed to peak at 28┬░C. Following a gentle but thorough extraction during maceration on skins, the fermenting batches are treated to a combination of pumpovers and rack and returns, to submerge the skin cap and liberate attractive varietal flavours, vibrant colour and ripe tannins. The nod to tradition continues after ferments are complete, as each parcel is gently pressed off skins and transferred to a selection of new and second fill French and American oak hogsheads for up to two years maturation.
 
Deep garnet colour. Bouquet of black and blue berries, currants and dusty herb spice. Palate of persistent fruit characters, plums, pepper and spice before a lasting finish supported by amicable tannins and mellow cedar oak. The essential Aussie Shiraz style, showing excellent colour, intense flavours with exemplary varietal expression and firm yet supple tannin structure, bursting with fruit and quality oak.
Jacobs Creek Reserve Cabernet 2012
Padthaway Barossa
Available by the dozen
An eminent Cabernet wine which can lay claim to coveted accolades such as Blue Gold Sydney International and Gold Concours Mondial de Bruxelles. Jacobs Creek retain South Australia's finest vineyards and aim to improve the quality of wine every year. Vinified to the most exacting standards, the team make regular trips to the vineyard assessing development of fruit. An enduring Australian Cabernet, displaying intense cassis characters, subtle tannins and rich French oak, right through to the smooth, lingering finish.
$1499each
$179DOZEN
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Grapes are de-stemmed and crushed to small static fermenters, inoculated with neutral yeast and vinified for a fortnight. The sensory characteristics are checked twice daily, pumpover regimes are attenuated to maximise the extraction of flavour, colour and tannin. Ferments are pressed off skins and free run, followed by a return to add palate weight and structure. Malolactic is carried out in new and prior use French and American oak hogsheads, followed by an extended maturation. The barrels are sampled and trialled, ensuring that only those parcels displaying intensity of fruit, balanced tannins and soft oak, are worthy of being included into the finished Jacobs Creek Reserve.
 
Deep crimson red. Concentrated, lifted cassis and black fruits of the forest nose, subtle notes of mint, chocolate and attractive toasted oak. This vigorously fruit driven and powerfully structured wine is filled with vibrant, varietal black currant flavours, mint and cassis, dried herb and capsicum over tight tannins, framed by smoothly integrated oak, well balanced before a long persistent finish.
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Jip Jip Rocks Shiraz 2010
Padthaway
From those wonderful folks who bring us Morambro Creek. The sole objective with Jip Jip Rocks is to produce the best wine possible from a unique site. Planted on own rootstock and located in the Padthaway Valley which is endowed with rich Terra rosa soils, the Morambro Creek property enjoys excellent sun exposure to achieve grapes of optimal flavours, colour and tannin. Vintages can be dry with little or no rain during fruit set and growing season. Berries are quite small and yields are minimal, flavours are concentrated and the quality superb.
$1499each
$179DOZEN
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Since 1851, five generations of the Bryson family have been a part of South Australia's agriculture. A pursuit of great wines begins in the meticulous management of the vineyard. The team strive for low crop yields and small grape bunches of intense flavour, harvest is only ever undertaken when the berries reach full development. Shiraz is vinified ten to twelve days in a combination of open and static fermenters, closely monitored to ensure the wine retains its natural expression of fruit character. A selection of new and older French and American oak mature the batches for thirteen months, followed by an assemblage aimed at capturing the depth and character of Morambro Creek wines. Alcohol 14.5%
 
Deep scarlet red. Lifted spice and ripe mulberry/ blackberry aromas are complimented by chocolate, cinnamon and cedar. Well integrated oak tannin contributes flavours of clove and vanilla, a supple texture supports the rich plum, blackberry and mocha characters. The overall structure is supple and generous with finely grained tannin on the finish enveloped by ripe fruit.
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Jip Jip Rocks Shiraz Cabernet 2010
Padthaway
The profound efforts at Jip Jip Rocks yield some of Pathaway's most accessible and compelling wines. The salubrious vines here are nourished by unique soils and stimulated by a exhilarating maritime climes. A long, extended growing season allows for the grape tannins and seed to ripen fully, achieving wines that are rich and supple on the palate. Crafted by the emiment team at Morambro Creek, Jip Jip Rocks has claimed salient international awards within a few vintages of inaugural release, including significant awards in London and San Francisco.
$1599each
$191DOZEN
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Morambro Creek Vineyard is planted to fertile Terra rosa soils. An environmentally friendly viticulture and low yields of the highest quality fruit are the key to the estate's internationally feted wines. Vine balance and canopy management are carefully monitored, achieving harvests of fruit which express the richness of precious soils whence they originate. A balance of Cabernet and Shiraz is vinified ten to twelve days in a combination of open and static fermenters. Vinification temperatures are critical to a retention of the vibrant regional and varietal expression of fruit. Components are matured thirteen months in a selection of new and seasoned French and American oak barrels. Alcohol 14.5%
 
Bright purple hue. Energetic cherry and blueberry aromas display an exotic hint of licorice. Youthful, bright red and dark berries on the palate before a long lingering finish.
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Morambro Creek Shiraz 2012
Padthaway
Planted to original rootstock on the gently undulating plains of Padthaway Valley, the Morambro Creek vines are grown to rich Terra Rosa soils, enjoying excellent sun exposure, yielding grapes with the most concentrated flavours, deep colour and generous tannins. Heat generated during the day is moderated each evening by coastal winds that cool the vines, achieving an extended vintage. This extended time on the vine allows for grape tannins and seed to fully ripen before harvest, translating into wines that are rich and intense yet supple on the palate.
$2699each
$323DOZEN
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Morambro Creek is assembled from select barrels of estate wines that best demonstrate the intensity of Shiraz, brought to a balance by integrated oak. The pursuit of great wine can be seen in the meticulous management of the vineyard. Low crop yields are the go, as are small bunches of grapes with intense flavour. The latest technology is employed to achieve vine balance and reduced vigour, harvest is conducted only when the fruit reaches full flavour development. Winemaking at Morambro Creek is very traditional and labour intensive. A large proportion of new oak barrels are employed for maturation. Naturally clarified with egg white and milk, there may be some harmless residue to the wine. Alcohol 14.5%
 
Deep inky black/ purple in colour. The nose is perfumed with violet, blackberry, vanilla and spice, a touch of earth and liquorice over white pepper in the background. Expansive palate, smooth lush ripe back fruits nicely balanced oak, plenty of concentration with a long finish. Full bodied with savoury, integrated tannins and impressive length, all in perfect harmony.
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Mount Monster Cabernet Sauvignon 2015
Padthaway
From those wonderful folks who brought us Morambro Creek. Since 1851, five generations of the Bryson family have been involved in agriculture, drawing fruit from the fertile soils of South Australia. The wines of Mount Monster are brimming with rich varietal flavours, exploiting fully the advantages of Padthaway's maritime climate with its long slow ripening season and sensational soils. A fine effort by winemakers who understand and value quality, fashioned for devotees of ripe and ready, fruit driven Cabernet Sauvignon exhibiting style, structure and panache.
$1499each
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Located in the Padthaway valley which is blessed with rich Terra rosa soils, Mount Monster employ traditional winemaking practices complemented by the latest technology, while aiming at minimal handling to ensure that the purity and integrity, texture and expression of the vineyard is preserved. Cabernet Sauvignon is inoculated and vinified in static fermenters at controlled temperatures to retain varietal expression. Once ferments are complete the wine remains on skins for a week or more to encourage extraction of soft fleshy tannins while building structure. A spell of maturation in French and American oak barrels is sparingly applied to keep the wine essentially fruit driven. Alcohol 14.5%
 
Deep purple in colour. Aromas of lifted blackberry, black currants, spearmint and cassis on the bouquet. The elegantly structured palate offers sweet fruit flavours following through from the nose with a hint of mint and a rich texture, followed by a long finish supported by juicy, velvet tannins. The Cabernet of choice to match with sjanks, osso bucco and that Sunday lamb roast.
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Penfolds Bin 389 1.5L MAGNUM 2009
Padthaway Barossa McLaren Coonawarra Wrattonbully
Max Schubert recognized that blending Cabernet with Shiraz produced an alchemy that was greater than the sum of the parts. The highly perfumed Cabernet with it's firm structure and fine grainy tannins, mated majestically with the powerful and opulent, fleshy Australian Shiraz. In combination, they form a genre of their own, a wine of power, and generousity of fruit, richness, finesse and longevity. During the 1950s, an exciting time of experimentation at Penfolds afforded Max Schubert the resources to trial and create this Australian icon wine.
$18999each
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As always, the star performer in the Penfolds Bin lineup, consistently hitting the value and quality sweet spot of Penfold reds. Well worth queuing up for, this famous wine is a cepage of Cabernet and Shiraz grown to some of the finest vineyards in Australia. Built to a satisfying and consistent styling, Bin 389 has been revered by generations and continues to deliver in terms of quality. Major components this year are from Padthaway and the Barossa Valley, McLaren Vale, Coonawarra, Wrattonbully and Robe. Grapes are selectively harvested parcel by parcel, pursuing full flavours, structure and balance. The finishe Bin 389 is matured for twelve months in a mix of new and prior use American oak hogsheads. Alcohol 14.5%
 
Vermilion red, dense to the rim. A Penfolds nose with all the trimmings, formic/ferric, barrel ferment complexities, soy and demi glace pan scrapings. Scents of black licorice competing with corned beef brisket and peppercorn gravy, mushroom duxelle aromatics. Contented oak backstage, notwithstanding an important supporting role. Lively, intense, generous and vibrant fruits with volume.
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Penfolds Bin 407 2008
Coonawarra Robe Wrattonbully Padthaway
The development of Cabernet Sauvignon has been one of the longest running projects at Penfolds. Origninally formulated by John Duval, Bin 407 can establish kinship to the mighty 707. Bin 407 remains more restrained in style than it''s older sibling, a wine of elegance, consistently showing a clear varietal blackcurrant and cassis definition backed by fine grained tannins and cedary oak. The Cabernet fruit takes centre stage, oak never overwhelms but serves to frame the wine. The styling is masculine and reminiscent of a Bordeaux or Moulis.
$6999each
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With few notable exceptions, consistently high quality Australian Cabernet has only been available in the past one or two decades. Many of Penfolds distinguished Cabernet vineyards are entering the mature phase of their productive life and there is now a rich source of high quality fruit for the winemaking team to draw from. Bin 407 was vinified this year around a backbone of the finest harvests from sites in Coonawarra and Robe, Wrattonbully and Padthaway. Traditionally worked in tanks with wooden header boards, some components complete fermentation in barrel. Bin 407 was treated to thirteen months maturation in a combination of new and prior use French and American oak hogsheads.
 
A deep, bright red. As its stylistic template demands, varietally expressive. An initial rush of black olive, graphite, blackcurrant, lavender and more. Tomato puree paste and caponata, Mediterranean olives / capers / anchovies. Scents of cinnamon, sandalwood. A continuum spawn from that which is initially promised aromatically, more fruits evident, polished leather complexities awakening. At once defined, linear like the 2007 vintage, yet more assertive with stately Cabernet grip and presence. An even and full mid-palate, skirted by prominent tannins. A solid finish, neither astringent nor hot, veiled in fruits and the spoils of a ferment long past, thirteen months of elevage and twenty one months sojourn in bottle.
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Penfolds Bin 707 Cabernet 1.5L MAGNUM 1997
Coonawarra Bordertown Padthaway Barossa
When Max Schubert returned from Bordeaux , his mind was on Cabernet. After determining the unreliability of South Australian Cabernet, Schubert's decision was to release a super premium Cabernet wine only if the fruit were up to scratch. To this day, Bin 707 can only be made in good vintages. A multi-district blend sourced from Coonawarra, Bordertown, Padthaway and Barossa Valley, barrel fermented and wood matured for fifteen months, 1997 is rich with blackberry, currant and mint, presented in a smooth robe of deliciously handled oak.
$54999each
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Quintessential Australian Cabernet, the winemaking philosophy behind Bin 707 is based on ripe full-flavoured grapes, completion of fermentation in barrel and new American oak maturation. The result is a wine of great richness, power, harmony and concentration with the structure and strength to age for the long term. A very special Cabernet whatever it's stage of development, Bin 707 develops into a wonderfully complex, engaging wine. The 1997 vintage enjoyed a cool summer that was followed by warm weather in late March and April. Winter rainfall had been excellent in most districts and good rains continued into September and past bud-burst. Maturation in new American oak. Alcohol 13.5%
 
Winemaker comments by John Duval: Opaque, deep red. Ripe red berries together with varietal, leafy cassis fruits. Stylish integrated oak, hints of smokiness and subtle cedar aromas. Rich and ripe with dark cherry and raspberry fruit flavours, some dark chocolate and integrated smoky oak.
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Penfolds Bin 707 Cabernet 1.5L MAGNUM 1998
Coonawarra Padthaway Barossa McLaren
The growing season started late in South Australia due to cool spring weather, although conditions were generally frost and diseasefree. Early, very warm summer weather led to an early vintage, especially in northern inland areas, with excellent fruit quality across all regions. An outstanding vintage Bin 707 to challenge the great 707s of 1996 and 1990.
$79999each
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When Bin 707 was first released in the mid sixties, South Australian Cabernet Sauviguon viticulture had come of age, the varietal was seen as an important premium wine grape variety with a future, and Penfolds was keen for some of the action. Fruit was sourced from the Coonawarra, Padthaway, Kalimna and McLaren Vale. Maturation for fifteen months in new American oak. Alcohol 13.50% Acidity 6.60g/L pH 3.48.
 
Deep, dark red, almost opaque. Concentrated creme de cassis and damson plums to the fore, with floral aromas in the background. Pure, with nicely integrated oak, acidity, and tannin, it cuts a broad swath across the palate. Nutty oak complexed by barrel ferment characters. An opulent, flamboyant wine with definitive varietal characters: exaggerated blueberry/ blackberry fruit, but without jamminess, layers of flavour, obvious but balanced oak and pronounced, chewy, ripe tannins. Impressively long in flavour, without reliance on alcohol.
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