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1 - 10 of 10 Swan River, Perth Hills And Geographe
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Buller Beverford Cabernet Sauvignon
Swan Hill + King Valley
Available by the dozen
Reginald Langdon Buller served in the Australian Navy during both world wars. In 1951 he acquired land at Beverford near Swan Hill for the purpose of expanding his winemaking operations outside of Rutherglen. Following the establishment of new vineyards, a winery and distillery, Buller looked forward to releasing wines under the Beverford label. After many vintages, the mature vines are yielding some of the region's most exquisite Cabernet Sauvignon. Beverford offers great depth, sophistication and weight of fruit in a completely satisfying everyday wine.
$1399each
$167DOZEN
EACH
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Beverford is a sleepy hamlet on the Murray Valley Highway in northeast Victoria, within the fruit growing appellation of Swan Hill. The region is blessed by a sunny climate, good soils and ample water, it enjoys the added security of managed irrigation, an insurance against the dry years. It is an ideal place to grow fruit of all types and has become a major contributor to the Australian winegrowing industry. Production at the ancient Buller family winery has grown significantly over the years with the addition of storage tanks, the most up to date facilities and state of the art refrigeration. Beverford has been treated to a spell of maturation in a combination of tightly grained oak hogsheads. Alcohol 14.0%
 
Clear ruby red, dark cherry hues on the swirl. Clean developing aromas of ripe cassis and strawberry with a nuance of warm toasted cashew. Full bodied flavours of blackcurrant and raspberry preserve. Integrated rounded tannins carry through to a long finish of sweet bright cherry and nutmeg. Ready upon release to enjoy alonhside spiced venison sausages or traditional lasagna.
Cape To Cape Rose
Frankland Perth
Available by the dozen
$1749each
$207DOZEN
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Castelli Empirica Tempranillo
Geographe
Available by the dozen
Crafted from parcels of hand picked Tempranillo grapes, grown to the exquisite Mazza Vineyard at Donneybrook, an hour's drive northeast of Margaret River. The greater Geographe region has been an essential component in west coast wines for many vintages, the quality of harvests rival her salubrious neighbours. An eloquent articulation of a splendid terroir and the fruit of closely cossetted vines, its classic old world savouriness, gardeniere complexity and light fresh tannins make Empirica the first choice alongside crackling pork or supple lamb recipes.
$2799each
$335DOZEN
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Castelli have chosen to fashion their harvest in a manner which highlights the bright berry fruit aromas and showcases the lovely savoury tannins which define Tempranillo. Parcels of hand picked fruit are crushed into small open top fermenters for several days of cold soak maceration. Batches are hand plunged twice daily for gentle extraction of colour, flavour and tannin. Upon completion, ferments are transferred to a selection of two and three year old French oak barriques for fifteen months maturation, integrating the wine while taming the tannins. A minimal influence of oak is essential to the style, seasoned oak achieves balance and structure while preserving the elegance of fruit.
Dalrymple Single Site Swansea Pinot Noir
Swansea
Available in cartons of six
Swansea is a favourite destination on Tasmania's east coast, renowned for its warm dry holiday season. Less than a kilometre from the sea, Dalrymple's block of Pinot Noir clones MV6 and 115 are planted to a sunny northern slope of basalt soils, overlooking the panoramic vistas of Great Oyster Bay down towards Freycinet Peninsula. A mix of whole bunch and destemmed fruit are treated to a week of ferments and frequent plungings, followed by fill to seasoned and new French oak barriques for malolactic and ten months maturation.
$5599each
$669DOZEN
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Deep purple plum hues. Swansea fruit and oaken spice, gentle breathing releases dark floral notes, richer, deeper notes of cinnamon, blueberries and plum. A weighty presence of fruit on the palate, rich textures adding depth to the vibrant dark berries, soft plush tannins and natural acidity delivering balance, generosity and length, will excite aspirants of the complexity and richness which defines the most outstanding Pinot Noir.
Evans Tate Gnangara Cabernet Merlot
Margaret Swan Pemberton
Available by the dozen
After an exhaustive search to isolate the finest site for Margaret River viticulture, John Evans and John Tate planted vines on a piece of land along the northern bank of Wilyabrup River. One of Evans & Tate's most enduring labels, drawing fruit from across all of West Australia's premier winegrowing precincts, Gnangara have consistently delivered opulent, mouth filling red wines which are charged with the definitive west coast style and charm. Cuisine? Match Gnangara with a cut of yearling beef and dressed in porcini and wine sauce.
$1299each
$155DOZEN
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Cabernet and Merlot grapes from each block of vines are tasted twice weekly to determine the perfect time of harvest. Merlot is picked between midnight and early morning to ensure it reaches the winery as cold as possible. Fruit is gently destemmed into fermenters for a few days of cold soak, infusing aromatics, good colour and tannin structure. Cabernet Sauvignon is picked during the day for immediate vinification. Each parcel is fermented for several days, thoroughly aerated every eight hours along with seed removal. Upon completion, batches are pressed and racked off yeast lees, a choice component is filled to a selection of French oak barrels for a term of maturation, followed by assemblage into the final wine.
 
Dense purple colour, bright red, purple rim. Lifted ripe plums and red berry fruit notes on the bouquet, complimented by hints of clove and vanilla bean spice. Supple fruit core of juicy dark plum and bright red berry fruit notes dominate, held together by a lovely acid line and supporting oak. The tannins are just there, velvety, the palate extends itself with persistence, to a long dry finish.
Evans Tate Gnangara Chardonnay
Margaret Swan Pemberton
Available by the dozen
Discovering an unoaked Chardonnay with full palate and fine textures can be a pleasant surprise.
$1299each
$155DOZEN
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Harvests of Chardonnay are sourced from good vineyards around the warmer regions of the Swan Valley through to Blackwood, Geographe and Margaret River, to the cooler areas of Pemberton and Manjimup. Three months lees contact achieves a complexity of flavour that covers an enticing array from ripe peach, nectarine, and rockmelon, through to the leaner pineapple and grapefruit characters associated with cooler climates. After being destemmed and crushed, the fruit undergoes a controlled cool fermentation through select strains of yeast, to retain the full spectrum of Chardonnay characters. The final wine is assembled completely unwooded and unoaked.
 
Colour is a clear pale straw with brilliant green hues. Lifted pear, green apple, honeydew melon and zesty lemon citrus characters. Further romas of guava and mango, cashew nuts and zabayon. The palate is generous and rich with fresh, clean tropical fruit and stone fruit flavours, excellent acidity and subtle notes of sherbet. Enjoy with Fish & chips or Moroccan chicken.
Madfish Shiraz
Margaret, Great Southern, Geographe
Available by the dozen
According to local folklore, the tranquillity of Mad Fish Bay is broken when two tides meet, driving schools of small fish to go quite completely bonkers, as they jump about to avoid being gobbled up by the incoming tide of larger, hungry fish. Exquisitly balanced, highly polished, affable and quaffable, a delicious red wine that's mouthfilling, approachable and complete, fashioned from fruit grown to a corner of Australia that does Shiraz so very well.
$1699each
$203DOZEN
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A key to the quality of Howard Park and Madfish wines, is an uncompromising respect for the sanctity of the soil and health of the vine. Fruit is sourced from good vineyards in Margaret River, Great Southern and Geographe, all of which have become highly conspicuous throughout the world of wine for the quality of Shiraz. Following harvest and the crush, the fermenting musts are treated to a course of traditional pumpovers for optimal extraction of colour, flavour and tannin. Batches are pressed directly to French barriques for a year's maturation, achieving a wine packed full of ripe fruit flavours, supported by fine, savoury tannins and rich, toasted vanillin oak notes. Alcohol 13.5%
 
Bright dark crimson red colour. The wine jumps from the glass with aromatic black cherry, blueberry and chocolate bouquets. Palate of complex flavours, roasted coffee beans, mulberries and peppered plum, supported by a length of dusty, savoury tannins. Offers the smoothness and ripe fruit flavours to make it immediately approachable, the perfect partner to relaxed dining.
Moondah Brook Verdelho
Swan, Pemberton & Frankland
Available by the dozen
Moondah Brook can boast an unbroken succession of superb vintages ever since inaugural release, they can lay claim to consistently delivering one of Australia's most popular Verdelho wines. This unique grape was originally planted on the Moondah Brook property near Gin Gin in the 1960s, from much earlier cuttings along the Swan Valley where Verdelho thrives in the warm and sunny climes. Every year, Moondah Brook just gets better, no discerning white wine enthusiast's chiller should be without a bottle or two of Moondah Brook's invigorating Verdelho.
$1699each
$203DOZEN
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Moondah Brook is a contemporary range of varietal wines within the Houghton group, sourcing fruit from vineyards throughout the greater Swan and Frankland River regions. Verdelho is a versatile varietal that bridges the gap between a light, food friendly aromatic wine with something more full bodied. Moondah Brook sets the benchmark, showcasing Verdelho's characteristic flavours and gentle acids, with just the right amount of weight on the palate. Moondah Brook's vineyards yield the finest Verdelho grapes, harvested throughout the coolest hours of morning and night to preserve the vital fruit characters, crushed, inoculated and fermented under strict temperature controls to retain freshness.
 
Pale straw with tinges of green. A bouquet of lively tropical fruit, guava, pineapple and passionfruit with underlying citrus and hints of gooseberry. Intense fresh fruit flavours continue on the palate, a long finish is balanced by fresh acidity. Fashioned to be a splendid drink immediately upon release, Moondah Brook will continue to develop, but why wait? Enjoy now with spicey Asian or the freshest seafood.
Mount Langi Billi Billi Shiraz
Grampians Swan Hill Heathcote
Available by the dozen
A delicious by product of Trevor Mast's quest to perfect the ultimate Grampians Shiraz, built to be forward drinking and approachable. Billi Billi is vinified from local grower's fruit, selections of estate grown Shiraz and bush vine grapes, alongside parcels imported from fine vineyards in Bendigo and Swan Hill. With a focus on fruit intensity over cellaring and complexity, Billi Billi is fashioned with the drinker in mind. A plushly textured Shiraz, expressing fully the well defined Grampians style, making Billi Billi an excellent introduction to the icons of Mount Langi Ghiran.
$1799each
$215DOZEN
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The Grampians are notorious for drought conditions which take a very firm grip on the vines, giving them a shakedown of any water they might have and concentrating the flavours. Many of the vines are grown to higher altitudes, cold air tumbles down the mountains and chills the fruit throughout the ripening. Harvests of Shiraz exhibiting strong spice and pepper characters are set aside for Billi Billi. Grapes are treated to a cold soak on skins for a fortnight, inoculated to yeast strains Maurivin B and 796 for eight days vinification in traditional open top fermenters, hand plunged and transferred to a selection of new and seasoned French and American oak barriques for a year's maturation. Alcohol 14.2%
 
Deep, dense purple. Blackberry and dark cherry fruits, layered with oriental spice and complex cool climate characters. Palate shows rich plum and dark berry fruit characters alongside some spicy complexity. Terrific depth of flavours are all supported by fine tannins, for a medium bodied Shiraz wine with good length of palate. Smooth from top to bottom, Billi Billi aims to please with generosity of flavour, fine textures and silky mouthfeel.
West Cape Howe Tempranillo
Frankland Perth
Available by the dozen
West Cape Howe began their journey with a respect for the land and a dedication to the welfare of the vine. No expense was spared in establishing a standard of viticulture worthy of the world's great terroirs. Today, their invaluable endowment of superior vineyards yields a quality of fruit which makes its own wine. Crafted with minimal human intervention, harvests from splendid sites along Frankland River and the Perth Hills, are assembled into an enchanting Tempranillo wine of exciting tension between savoury and sweet, stylishness and aplomb.
$1949each
$233DOZEN
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West Cape Howe are essentially a Great Southern estate, their exhaustive expanse of properties across the widely dispersed viticultural precincts are planted to many of the Australian west's finest vineyards. The winemaking team source a collation of Tempranillo parcels from sites at Frankland River and Perth Hills, all parts are separately handled to preserve eloquence of terroir. Ferments are pumped over twice daily for a week and a half of vinification, maximising tannin and colour extraction. Upon completion, batches are filled to a selection of seasoned French oak barrels for ten months maturation before assembling into the finished wine.
 
Rich plum colour, violet hues. Lifted berry fruit nose, dark cherry perfumes seasoned by aromatic savoury notes. The palate is filled with sweet red berry flavours, hints of dark chocolate and olive characters, a well balanced and structural wine, supported by ripe, soft tannins and youthful acidity as it resolves on a long fruit driven finish.
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