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1 - 12 of 82 King Valley
Brown Brothers Limited Release Gamay
King Valley
Available by the dozen
$2299each
$275DOZEN
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Brown Brothers Single Vineyard Prosecco
King Valley
Available by the dozen
$2099each
$251DOZEN
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Brown Brothers Single Vineyard Shiraz Mondeuse Cabernet
King Valley
Available in cartons of six
Originally formulated by John Charles Brown OBE in 1954 and crafted to this very day in the exact same manner. Mondeuse plantings were brought to Australia in the early 1900s by the legendary Francois de Castella of St Hubert fame, they have remained the most precious parcel of Brown Brothers heirloom vines since the 1920s. At Milawa, Mondeuse translates into an inky, deeply tannic wine, it forms synergies with the sweet fruit plumpness of Shiraz and statuesque elegance of Cabernet Sauvignon to coalesce into a rich, opulent style of eloquence and structure.
$7499each
$899DOZEN
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Mondeuse is renowned for its resilience, generosity of harvest and robust flavours. Assembled from a half part Shiraz, the balance in Cabernet Sauvignon and Mondeuse from the finest plantings at Milawa in Valley King, components are treated to the same course of vinification pioneered by John C Brown in the 1950s. Shiraz is crushed into fermenters, followed by Cabernet Sauvignon and lastly by Mondeuse. The co ferments integrate the individual characters, infuse marvelous colour, build flavour and optimize tannin richness. Upon completion, ferments are filled to a selection of seasoned and new American oak puncheons and barriques for an extravagant two years maturation.
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
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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.
Buller Beverford Sauvignon Blanc Semillon
King Valley
Available by the dozen
Beverford has come from nowhere to become one of Victoria's best value, fruit driven, high country whites. This fashionable combo of varietal gapes takes well to the chilly microclimes around the elevated vineyards of the King Valley. A tight, fresh and very approachable style of everyday table wine, Beverford can be described as a white for the moment, flavoursome and tropical, yet dry and refreshingly zesty, immediately recognisable as perfect crowd pleaser. Ready to drink and enjoy, will go with any food and suit every taste, what else could we wish for.
$1399each
$167DOZEN
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Beverford takes it's name from a sleepy hamlet where Buller have established their second winery operation. With the progressive addition of cutting edge vinification facilities, Beverford can produce palate friendly, forward drinking wines to suit contemporary styles and surpass all standards. Richard Buller has drawn batches of good fruit from growers in the old tobacco country of Victoria's highlands. The cool climate of the King Valley is ideal for slowly ripening Semillon and Sauvignon Blanc, it brings out the unique flavours of the grapes. Parcels of fruit are vinified at the Beverford wineworks at Swan Hill, fashioned into a refreshing white wine that features strong regionality and heightened flavour profiles. Approx 13.0%
 
Light straw in colour. Aromas of passionfruit, nuances of sour apple, cut chives and grass. On the palate Beverford comes across as fruit driven and crisp, crunchy with apple and melon, persimmon and tangy lime characters. Lively fruit flavours of pineapple and passionfruit along with hints of gooseberry. Food friendly, ready to drink now and requires no waiting.
Chrismont La Zona Arneis
King Valley
Available by the dozen
$2199each
$263DOZEN
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Chrismont La Zona Barbera
King Valley
Available by the dozen
The Chrismont property once supported one of Australia's largest tobacco growing operations. Chrismont have since become synonymous with the production of high quality Alpine and King Valley wines, the Barbera grape being a standout performer. With mesoclimes and aspects that are so similar to the premiere growing Asti hillsides of Piedmont, the long summer days of high Victorian country enable grapes to achieve full ripeness, the finished wine exhibits richness of varietal character, the cool local nights contribute elegance and poise.
$2199each
$263DOZEN
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Barbera is harvested from vines up to thirty years of age, throughout the cool of night to ensure a slow start to fermentation. As vinification ensues, temperatures are allowed to rise, maintained at a range between 25┬░C and 30┬░C. Depending on the season and quality of fruit, batches are treated to a week or more on skins for the extraction of fine, medium bodied tannins. The active batches are drained and pressed to a selection of seasoned French oak barriques for completion of ferments and a spell of malolactic. After a year of maturation, components are assembled into the final wine and rested for at least six months in bottle prior to release.
 
Dark, cherry red colour. A showcase of cool climate red fruit characters, fragrances of red currant interplay with suggestions of leather and spice. A ripe palate of currants and plum, cherry flavours are integrated with cedar and vanilla oak, warming varietal spice, dark chocolates and leaf. The structure is tight with fine tannins in support through the length of palate. A good choice with duck, terriyaki beef and lamb.
Chrismont La Zona Fiano
King Valley
Available by the dozen
$2199each
$263DOZEN
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Chrismont La Zona Moscato
King Valley
Available by the dozen
Chrismont excel in the vinification of pure, high altitude varietal wines, into the most articulate expression of terroir and growing season as it influences the character of grape, through a synergy of traditional and modern techniques. The variations from one vintage to the next are particularly relevant in a higher altitude, cool climate growing region such as King Valley. Parcels from premiere estate vineyards at Whitfield and Valley King, are assembled into a juicily fragrant Muscat wine of generous palate length, sound structure and winsome varietal charm.
$1799each
$215DOZEN
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Very low disease pressure and perfect slow ripening conditions are the norm around the Chrismont vineyards. Fruit is harvested during the early hours of morning and directly transported to the winery. Grapes are loaded into a membrane press where the delicate free run juice is allowed to drain using low pressures with minimal movement to reduce phenolic extraction. The juices are allowed to settle over forty eight hours to clarify before being racked for fermentation. With a meagre amount of sugar remaining, the vinification is arrested and the wine allowed to clarify. Individual batches are selected to achieve the right balance of texture and flavours before assembling into the final wine.
 
Light straw with greenish hues. Honeysuckle, lemon and lime on the bouquet. Citrus and tropical fruit on the palate are carried by a great acid structure giving good flavour length, an attractive wine while young, will continue to develop subtle toast and honey complexity. An exquisite white wine, perfect as the most congenial aperitif, a delight alongside dover sole.
Chrismont La Zona Pinot Grigio
King Valley
Available by the dozen
The major force behind the vigor of Chrismont wines are the healthy soils, extended growing seasons and slow ripening climes of the vineyards, which are positioned optimally at the heart of spectacular King Valley. With climates and landscape so similar to those of Piemonte, Tuscany and Alsace, the King Valley's long summer days enable Pinot Grigio to achieve complete flavour ripeness, infusing La Zona with the richness of baked apple flavours, citrus perfumes and warming marzipan characters. To accompany light game, pasta or desserts with a fresh fruit orientation.
$1999each
$239DOZEN
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In the days when wine production was rapidly expanding and tobacco was in decline, contracts were offered to grow grapes. The first blocks of Chrismont were transformed from tobacco to grape vine in the 1980s. As a mutation of the deep purple Pinot Noir and the greenish yellow Pinot Blanc, Pinot Grigio runs a spectrum of fruit characters that vary according to terroir and clime. Fruit is vinified in chilled fermenters to maintain varietal freshness, upon completion and following a term of repose for clarification, components are assembled along with a small percentage of reserve wine for added complexity and extra interest.
 
Straw hues, copper highlights. The nose carries lifted aromas of pawpaw and white peach with an underlying layer of spiced custard and cream. Ripe pear and melon are predominant with subtleties of quince and cooked apple. A luscious rounded front palate with flavours of quince, custard apple and toasted almond, acid is firm and structured before a dry and lasting finish.
Chrismont La Zona Prosecco
King Valley
Available by the dozen
Chrismont have been growing the King Valley's finest fruit and crafting exceptional wines for over three decades. Somewhat of a specialist at the high altitude styles, Chrismont have fashioned an immensely popular sparkler with pleasingly drying palate in the delightfully food friendly, fruit forward character of Proseccos from the Friuli region of northeastern Italy.
$1999each
$239DOZEN
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Chrismont are well positioned with the most splendid vineyards and ideal locations on the beautiful King Valley, all of which combine for that sense of place known as terroir. With a similar climate and landscape to Piemonte and Tuscany in Italy, long summer days enable the grapes to achieve genuine flavour ripeness which gives lovely fruit richness to the wines, while cool nights allow elegant cool climate characters to emerge. La Zona are designed to drink any day, at any time, for any occasion. Crafted to the true Methode traditionelle which ensures richness of palate and fullness of texture, La Zona has been treated to a second fermentation within it's own bottle. Alcohol 12.5%
 
Pale straw coloured with green hues, a lovely bead and fine mousse. Nose of melons and citrus, green apples, almond and honey. The front palate bursts with dry, delicately flavoured bubbles. A crisp but not overly acid palate supports the bubbles through to the finish. A great aperitivo and ideal accompaniment to oysters, scallops, and crab. Drink young and fresh.
Chrismont La Zona Rosato Rose
King Valley
Available by the dozen
A luscious candy hued wine, unlike any other, by virtue of a unique c├ępage Tempranillo and Sangiovese. La Zona may be pink but she's no frivolous lightweight. Grapes are all picked by hand off fully mature vines, fifteen years of age, grown to labour intensive trellising at an altitude of 260 metres. The juicy strawberryness of Tempranillo and savoury cherry charm of Sangiovese, make a comely coloured wine with captivating ripe fruit flavours and exciting berry perfumes, bring La Zona along for a soiree with good friends and a feast of tantalizing nibbles.
$1899each
$227DOZEN
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The beautifully undulating Pizzini property lies at the heart of the agriculturally rich and diverse King Valley. The site was transitioned from tobacco farming to viticulture in the late 1970s and has since become synonymous with the highest quality wines. Rosato wines are made from red grapes with a minimal controlled contact on skins. Traditionally, old world winemakers would wake at dawn to begin picking fruit, by noon, the grapes had been crushed and juices treated to maceration on skins. The red hued batches would be drained after twelve hours of exposure, right around midnight, thus Rosato came to be referred to as vino della notte, the wine of the night.
 
Vibrant cherry lipstick. Bouquet is lively, lifted berry fruit and jam with hints of rose petal, violet and confectionary. A palate of bright berry fruit, lingering cranberry and strawberry characters, a full flavoured pink wine offering a powerful mid palate with crisp acidity and a persistent finish. Enjoy whilst young and chilled alongside duck salad or garlic prawns.
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