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1 - 12 of 39 Strathbogie, Nagambie Lakes And Goulburn
Coueslant Pinot Chardonnay NV
Nagambie
Available by the dozen
Francois Coueslant was a pioneering viticulturalist who made a major contribution to bringing Australian wines to the world. Winemaker manager at Tahbilk from 1877 to 1886, described in the Australasian at the time as a practical vigneron from France, a gentleman of progressive ideas, ever ready to adopt new and improved methods. Coueslant successfully lead the fight against the vine killing phylloxera louse, built the iconic estate tower and added Chateau to the Tahbilk label, a moniker which remained in use until 2000.
$2199each
$263DOZEN
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Straw hues, fine bead and persistent mousse. Offering a diverse array of subtle peach, melon, red berry and savoury fragrances. A textural palate wrapped in a cloak of crisp minerality and yeasty biscuit characters from the secondary fermentation. A delicious aperitif style, pour over freshly shucked oysters for a wonderfully sublime taste experience.
David Traeger Maranoa Verdelho
Nagambie
Available by the dozen
Maranoa is one of the oldest properties in Nagambie, originally a farming homestead planted to vines in the 1870s, it yields an amazing quality of Verdelho. David Traeger is one of the world's foremost protagonists in Verdelho, he is one of the nation's most successful and enduring viticulturalists, his name is synonymous with vintages of the most excellent Verdelho. Maranao is fashioned from the finest parcels, a wine of mouthfilling intensity and exquisite length, it ages surprisingly well, to become a toasty, complex and engaging table white.
$1899each
$227DOZEN
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Straw greenish hues. Guava and stone fruit aromas, a touch of ripe melon, varietal rose petal and lychee notes. Brimming with wonderful mouthfilling flavours, the crispness of cool climate fruit and ripe richness of the tropics, pineapples, pinenuts and peach, a hint of greenery and vanilla over an excellent fine acid structure, before a lingering, stylishly dry finish.
David Traeger Three Centuries Shiraz
Nagambie
Available by the dozen
David Traeger is an old hand with decades of experience, after a long and distinguished history of crafting an entire generation of the most memorable vintages. Viticulture has been an essential part of Victoria's lifestyle and culture over the course of three centuries. Traeger has drawn fruit from a shortlist of low yielding Heathcote vineyards, precious sites which can trace their genesis from the nineteenth century to the 21st. Each parcel imparts its own distinct complexity and character to the finished wine.
$2299each
$275DOZEN
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David Traeger knows his source vineyards well, isolating the finest parcels of Shiraz. The rich ferrous soils of Heathcote and abundant sunshine permits full physiological ripeness, achieving smooth tannins and fleshy characters in the grapes. Grapes are harvested at peak maturity and treated to a traditional vinification, aimed at producing an intense Shiraz of elegance and finesse. The finished wine is matured a year or more in a selection of small, finely coopered Nevers, Alliers and American oak barrels for a year, just the right amount of time to achieve the style which David Traeger aims for. The oak is in complete support without dominanting the excellence of the exquisite Heathcote fruit.
 
Deep crimson red. Spiced bouquet of cinnamon and dark fruits over a background of toasty oak. Sweet black pepper, compote berry and plum flavours flow on the crisp medium weight palate, supported by vanilla bean oak and tasty, malleable tannins, finishing with crisp red fruit astringency and textural vinosity, delivering the finesse and length expected of David Traeger.
Euroa Creeks Reserve Shiraz
Goulburn
Available in cases of 6
Euroa Creeks is a hand crafted single vineyard Shiraz, only sixty cases of the inaugural vintage were available in Australia. The eight acres of vine are nourished by a number of creeks that have traditionally brought just enough water to make the land arable. In recent years the area has been drier than usual, vines have truly struggled and tonnages are at their lowest, but the grapes have been packed with flavour. Vintage 2006 was an almost perfect growing season and 110 cases of Reserve were produced. Vintage 2007 was totally wiped out by frost.
$5499each
$659DOZEN
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Exclusively Goulburn Shiraz, grown by Jo and Andrew Gall, vinified by David Lloyd, owner operator of Mornington's Eldridge Estate. Lloyd was keen to see what happens when a cool climate winemaker delves into warm climate Shiraz. Located a little east of the township of Euroa, the vineyard produces intensely flavoured grapes which are hand picked and crushed in the field over the course of several days. The batches of juices and skins are then brought back to the winery at Red Hill for fermentation, pressing, ageing and bottling. Treated to an extended maturation, Euroa Creek wines are aged in a selection of American and French oak barrels, a high proportion of which are always new.
 
Dark brooding red colour, plum and dark berry hues. An intensely flavoured and perfumed Shiraz in the Rhone style, rich red berry nose with a little cinnamon, vanillan and spice, flavours of plum which follow through to the palate. Euroa Creeks is always rich and powerful, endowed with the classic blackberry Shiraz characters, firm tanins and great length. Vintage 2006 claimed Gold Medal at the 2008 Great Australian Shiraz Challenge.
Fowles 490m Cabernet Merlot
Strathbogie
Available by the dozen
Cabernet and Merlot perform brilliantly on the Strathbogie Ranges. Assembled into a single wine, they capture the heart of suitors in search of a soft, early drinking table red. 490m is an inspired effort by the team at Plunkett Fowles, who consumate the most gratifying wines from within the environment of their high altitude home. A vibrant accord of fruit, supported by the most congenial tannins. Soft and approachable, keen to cultivate your friendship, 490m loves pizza, a shared bowl of pasta or a quiet drink by the fire.
$1499each
$179DOZEN
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Perched on a hill at the edge of Strathbogie Ranges, the stunning Plunkett Fowles wineworks with its arching roof is a local landmark visible from afar. This sizable operation is the result of a merger between Plunkett Wines, Dominion Wines, and Strathbogie Vintners. The partnership between the Plunkett and Fowles families came together in 2005 with the acquisition of a new and beautiful winery. The Plunketts bring practical ability in making brilliant wine with their skill at vinification techniques, Fowles bring a wealth of experience in the arts of management. Following the harvest and crush, inoculation and vinification, 490m was treated to a term of age and development in a combination of tightly grained oak barrels.
 
Bright scarlet colour. Rich and dense bouquet, complex aromas of liquorice and ripe plum, cherries and chocolate, violets and spice. Essentially dry on the palate but is rich with sweet fruit characters, damson and black cherry, blueberry, brambles and cassis. 490m is supported by a length of ripe tannins, kept invigorating and vital by refreshingly light acids. To accompany veal tortellini or eggplant, mushroom and spinach lasagna.
Fowles 490m Sauvignon Semillon
Strathbogie
Available by the dozen
Alan and Noni Plunkett planted a small, unirrigated vineyard on Strathbogie Ranges in 1968, the first in the region. Today, the Plunkett Fowles vineyards occupy over five hundred acres of the choicest ground. At 490 metres above sea level, the vines are stimulated by the coolness of spring to produce small berries, while in summer the low rainfall and intense sunshine nurture fruit that is dense in colour and flavour. Cool and crisp, with a hint of the tropics, 490m is a refreshing Sauvignon Semillon, ideal for chilling with friends.
$1499each
$179DOZEN
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The Plunkett and Fowles families have a deep appreciation for the granite rich Strathbogie Ranges. For decades they have worked hard accumulating extensive local knowledge, pioneering fruit growing techniques, gaining an intimate understanding of individual vineyard blocks and experimenting with creative winemaking. Their greatest sense of achievement comes from crafting wines that they love to drink and share. Plunkett Fowles retain the best fruit for their own estate labels. 490m is an assemblage of Sauvignon Blanc with Semillon, inoculated to select yeasts and treated to a cool, temperature controlled vinification to preserve freshness and retain vital fruit characters.
 
Pale straw, lime hues. Primary aromas of citrus and slate, thistle and lychee, nettle and cumquat. The ripe expressions of the bouquet continue onto the palate, where they merge with tropical fruit and minerality. Bright lemon and lime on the elegantly structured palate, complimented by tropical flavours of lychee and gooseberry, greener elements of snow pea and lemongrass, supported by a refreshing and persistent, lingering acidity.
Fowles Are You Game Shiraz
Strathbogie
Available by the dozen
The Fowles family have been at the centre of Victoria's commerce and development since early settlement. Founders of Bendigo Bank and Fowles Auction Group, they also established the first Victorian winery ever to win Great Australian Shiraz Challenge. The Fowles brand have continued to deliver with the most celebrated editions and memorable vintages, drawing fruit from the pick of their Strathbogie vineyards to be aged in the luxury of completely new oak, the first choice for service alongside flavourful game recipes, suckling pork or lamb.
$1499each
$179DOZEN
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Fowles Wine own and operate a substantial acreage of vines in the Strathbogie Ranges, their two splendid estate vineyards, Billi and Upton Run, are source of the most decorated wines in the land. Shiraz is harvested March to April and vinified in an impressive suite of sweep arm fermenters at 26˚C, to enhance colour and preserve the incredible fruit flavours, while extracting optimal tannins. Three different strains of yeast contribute unique characters and infuse layers of complexity. Upon completion, batches are filled to an extravagant selection of new French and American oak barrels for a year's maturion. A judicious dash of Dookie grown Viognier adds a beguiling apricot perfume lift. Alcohol 14.0%
 
Youthful red colour, purple hues. Aromas of plum, black and green pepper, graphite, apricots, rose petal and subtle oak. The palate is elegantly structured and brilliantly balanced, layers of ripe plum, chocolate and spice, over a length of meaty, velvet tannins, supported by the juicy turkish delights of Viognier and lightly fragrant, tobacco carob oak.
Keith Brien Old Vines Mataro
Goulburn
Available by the dozen
Vincenzo Conte immigrated to Australia in 1952, sowing Shiraz and Mataro vines on a property just outside of Shepparton. His son took over management of the precious low yielding vineyard until 2003, when the site came to the attention of a seasoned old salt with a deep penchant for small batch, Rhone varietal wines. Keith Brien makes old world styles, with a view to bottle development of each vintage before release. The powerful mouthfilling richness and velvet textures are complemented by a length of deep, fine tannins, the fruit of cosseted, unirrigated old vines.
$2299each
$275DOZEN
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Keith Brien has been a winemaker for decades, establishing his own label under the Silver Wings moniker. Brien continues to pursue his passion for making long lived, superior vineyard wines, he is consumed by his love for the old vine styles of Valley Rhone, Shiraz, Mourverdre and Grenache, assembling the noble trio into exquisite wines of rich, spicy rich flavours supported by deep and delicious, tannic complexities. Mataro is harvested off the Vincenzo Conte block in Shepparton and treated to macerations for maximal extract of colour, flavour and tannin. The ferments are transferred to a selection of seasoned and new French and American oak hogsheads for malolactic and extended maturation.
 
Deep garnet red. Violets and bramble are supported by a seasoning of gamey spice notes, milled peppercorn and clove. A fragrant red cherry palate, underpinned by layers of savoury fruit characters, black olive, leather and thyme. An earthy, pastoral style on a framework of firm, sleek tannins and supple, disciplined cinnamon oak, the perfect accompaniement to a length of flame grilled, wild boar snags.
Keith Brien Old Vines Shiraz
Goulburn
Available by the dozen
Small batch, artisanally crafted old world style Shiraz, from parched little grapes picked off a block of gnarled vines, established by Vincenzo Conte at Shepparton in the 1950s. Keith Brien was a commercial pilot who took a keen interest in all things oenological. He made the transition to viticulture after working vintages alongside eminent winemakeing identities in Pommard. Brien remains true to his principles of exceptional provenance, he sources from bespoke sites with limited yields and a quality of fruit that's second to none. Victorian Old Vine Shiraz at its sublime best.
$2299each
$275DOZEN
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Shiraz grapes are picked off the Vincenzo Conte block at Shepparton, precious old vines yielding a meagre 1.4 tonnes/acre. The gnarled old veterans have developed a natural affinity for the rugged terroirs and warmer climes of Goulburn. Fruit is crushed and treated to a spell of cold soak before traditional vinification. Batches are pressed off skins and held for a term on gross solids until completion of ferments and extended maceration, followed by transfer to a selection of seasoned French and American oak hogsheads for a course of malolactic and two years maturation. Bottled after racking, assemblage into the final wine and minimal filtration, two years after vintage.
 
Dark crimson red. Fragrant black bramble fruit notes followed by ribena plums, sticky black cherries seasoned by peppered anise and cocoa cedar oak. A concentration of fruit on the expansive palate, festive cakes and licorice spice, underpinned by earthiness and crisp, drying tannins. A Shiraz that evolves as it breathes, splendid alongside slow braised and corned brisket or gourmandize goat shepherds pie.
Keith Brien Vincenzo Block Mataro Shiraz
Goulburn
Available by the dozen
The flagship of the Keith Brien range, a precious parcel of old vines Mourverdre vinified alongside a choice harvest of Shiraz, all picked off an exquisite low yielding vineyard. Keith Brien has been consumed by a passion for obscure old sites, ever since a tour of duty amongst the vineyards of La Bourgogne in the 1970s. He treasures his time spent inspecting the old plantings and ripening of fruit, earmarking the pick of crop for an old fashioned vinification and extended term of age, albeit amazingly accessible to the discerning enthusiast at large.
$2899each
$347DOZEN
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When Keith Brien began nuturing the Vincenzo Conte vineyard back to health in 2003, the property required an extensive effort, new trellises were built and state of the art viticultural programs were introduced. Though the gnarled and twisted old vines clearly display their struggle for survival in the meagre soils, they have returned to yielding a harvest of the most extraordinary fruit with every vintage. Parcels of Mataro and Shiraz are crushed, pressed off skins and treated to a term of cold soak before a traditional vinification. Upon completion of ferments and extended maceration, batches are filled to a selection of seasoned and new French and American oak hogsheads for malolactic and two years maturation.
 
Deep blackish purple. Dark berry and plum perfumes, anise and cocoa are supported by an earthiness which compliments the brooding fruit. Tightly structured palate, a concentration of mouth filling, spicy fruit flavours, balanced by background oak and fine drying tannins. An excellent length of finish makes Keith Brien the ideal partner to succulent game or braised beef in red wine jus.
Mitchelton Airstrip Marsanne Rousanne Viognier
Goulburn
Available by the dozen
Half Marsanne, the balance of Rousanne and Viognier, sourced exclusively from the Mitchelton estate vineyard. Airstrip is a lively but tight blend of vigorous white fruit. Modest crop levels ranging from 2 to 3┬Ż tonnes per acre give this wine its core intensity. Each individual block is managed and vinified separately to allow the different qualities of each variety, shaped by the unique vineyard site and soil profiles, to shine through. The individual parcels of fruit are moulded together during blending to produce the unique Airstrip style.
$2599each
$311DOZEN
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Mitchelton's vines are rigorously husbanded, careful monitoring of fruit ripening ensures harvesting occurs at the time of the fruit's optimum maturity. The crushed juices are cold settled, racked and warmed before inoculation with choice yeasts. Some of the lime green yoghurty textured juice lees is retained when racking the juice, adding complexity to the final Airstrip blend. Marsanne and Roussanne are barrel fermented for nine months in 20% new French oak, the Viognier is barrel fermented in four years old French oak barrels to retain purity of fruit expression. All oak fermented wines are individually selected, barrel by barrel, to ensure the harmony of oak and texture in the final assemblage.
 
Pale straw with vivid green hues. Inviting aromas of peach and apricot blossom, hints of savoury pistachio meld with spicy oak high notes.  The palate is a showcase of delicacy, ripe apricots, white peaches and crisp apple to the fore. Secondary layers of cumquat combine with a complex spiciness on the well rounded, medium body palate.
Mitchelton Blackwood Park Late Harvest 375ml
Goulburn
Available by the dozen
$1699each
$203DOZEN
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