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Bodegas Atalaya Del Camino 2014
Almansa
Available by the dozen
Denominación de Origen Alamansa is at the east of the Iberian peninsula, between La Mancha highlands and the Mediterranean coast. It was bitterly fought over by the Christians and Moors but it is nowadays best known for good red wine. Grenacha is the grape of choice, often vinified alongside an inclusion of Monastrell, it produces a thick succulent wine renowned for its glass coating richness, evocative perfume and silken textures. Intenational industry doyen Robert Parker describes La Atalaya as an amazing value in unrestrained hedonism.
$2799each
$335DOZEN
EACH
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Bodegas Atalaya Laya 2013
Almansa
Available by the dozen
From parcels of Garnacha Tintorera and Monastrell, harvested off vines planted to the lean, sandy soils of Almansa. It is here that the parched vines must forage for their nourishment, a struggle for survival which concentrates flavour in the grapes, producing intense fruit esters and achieving the most wonderful complexity. The remarkably generous wines of Almansa are renowned for their mouth coating textural richness and opaque fruit characters, introduce Atalaya to a meal of pork loin padella, succulent saffron chicken or prawn and pimientos paella.
$1999each
$239DOZEN
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Cape Barren Native Goose GSM 2013
McLaren Vale
Available by the dozen
From sacred blocks of old, to very old Blewitt Spring vines, mostly Grenache and Shiraz, with a judicious measure Mourverdre. The hand picked parcels are treated to a traditional course of pumpovers and whole bunches, vinified to dry, batches are pressed, rack and returned to a selection of French and American oak hogsheads for an extended eighteen months maturation. Structured, seamless and lingering, an amazingly well rounded palate of ingratiating alcohol warmth, the whole bunch Grenache contributes a sweetly pungent, spicey lift.
$2099each
$249DOZEN
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Bright crimson purple. Fresh fragrant bouquet, an appealing mix of red and dark forest berries, plums, a background of savouryness and spice. Juicy red and dark berry fruits, a supple, medium to full bodied palate, structured layers of red berry fruits and fragrant trade spice, allsorts and chocolate box, vanillan carob oak, long lingering, raspberry tannin finish.
Charles Melton Belle Mere GSM 2015
Barossa
Available by the dozen
Charlie Melton was one of the first to appreciate the overlooked value in Barossa's old vineyard Grenache, Shiraz and Mourvedre. At a time when others were pulling out such vineyards to plant more fashionable varieties, Charlie was convincing farmers to keep their historic plantings. He was one of a small group of winemakers who helped retain the viticultural heritage of Barossa Valley. A soft, plump palate of traditional Barossa ripeness and plummy, festive cake spice, currants and dark fruit, a finish of luscious, rounded tannins underpinning soily Barossa goodness.
$2399each
$287DOZEN
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Charles Melton Nine Popes GSM 2015
Barossa
Available in cases of 6
Distinguished Langtons Classification. Based on the wines of Chateauneuf du Pape, or home of new popes, alternate papacy of the 13th century. Drawing fruit from the only other classic Grenache growing area in the world, Melton has given this evocative grape a little Aussie twist, assembling the inspiring varietal with parcels of old vines Barossa Mourvedre and Shiraz. Litigation by the French was avoided, but problem remains, Melton's French skills were a tad light when he named the wine, assuming Chateauneuf du Pape was a reference to the nine popes.
$7999each
$959DOZEN
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From choice Barossa blocks between Williamstown and Ebenezer, some over eighty years of age. Parcels are treated to the complete Charles Melton regimens, whole bunch fermentation of de-stemmed but uncrushed fruit. Cap management techniques include pigeage and hand plunging, as well as daily pumpovers throughout fermentation. The base wines after completion of ferments, present a fascinating palette from which to construct the Nine Popes, fortuitously not too much quantity at any extreme. A higher percentage of French oak is employed to add lovely cedar notes. Aged twenty eight months sur lie, Nine Popes is assembled before a light filtration.
 
Deeply coloured. Spicy fragrant nose, real depth and tightness. This is a serious wine. Many Grenache based reds can be light hearted and fresh, and indeed this is a legitimate manifestation of one Grenache style, but the aim is to make classic\s with a mix of spice, liquorice and other complex flavours leavened by some sweeter talc perfumes which will evolve into a seductive long term style.
Chateau Mont Redon Cotes du Rhone 2015
Cotes du Rhone
Available by the dozen
An assemblage of fruit, picked off vines near the village of Roquemaure on the right bank of the Rhone, between Orange and Avignon. Mostly Grenache with a fifth of Syrah, the earliest vines at Mont Redon date back to ancient times. Protected from the chilling Mistral winds, the canny Romans planted their rootstock at the bottom of a hill which lends its name to the estate. In the middle of the 18th Century, nobleman Joseph Ignace d'Astier acquired Mont-Redon. His descendants still own the property, manage the vines and make Mont Redon Côtes-du-Rhône.
$1799each
$215DOZEN
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Essentially a Châteauneuf du Pape Domaine with a hundred acres under vine, Mont Redon acquired quality vineyards in Côtes du Rhône thirty years ago to create approachable wines with the structure and potential for development. A mostly Grenache Syrah wine from hand picked and hand sorted fruit, aimed at retaining nothing but the best grapes. Bunches are completely de stemmed and treated to fifteen days maceration for optimal extractions, achieving fine tannic structure. Following vinification in traditional vats and the completion of malolactic, batches are held under the estate cellars for a term of maturation, assembled and bottled for a further spell of ageing before release.
 
Bright, deep colour. Rich and developed nose, dark berries and raspberries offset by grilled notes and nuance of licorice. A very well structured palate with firm tannin support completed by an outstanding aromatic complexity of red fruits. Fat and round mouthfeel with a long and savoury, spicy finish.
Claymore Youll Never Walk Alone GSM
Clare Valley
Available by the dozen
A compilation of parcels, dry grown Clare Valey fruit, Grenache for freshness and allure, Shiraz for structure, plummyness and spice, Mourvedre brings a measure of ribald richness, palate weight and pastoral funk. Claymore were established 1991 with a view to making good, healthy wine from an ancient block of terra rosa Grenache, the precious old site remains an inspiration to the team and delivers an amazing harvest of exceptional fruit with each vintage. Savoury earth and currant florals, a bliss alongside slow cooked, melt in the mouth pork.
$1999each
$239DOZEN
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Clos Figueras Font de la Figuera 2005
Priorat
Available in cases of 6
Cariñena and Garnacha are the topical red wine grapes of Priorat, Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah are commonly included to create a structured, complex style. The soils here tend to be parched and stony, perfect for punishing the vines and intensifying flavour in the grapes. Fruit is all picked by hand into twenty kilograms boxes and poured over the sorting table. Parcels are vinified in a collection of good old fashioned 2500 litres oaken vats and pigeaged by hand, before filling to well seasoned 500 litres French kogsheads and puncheons for a course of timely maturation.
$5499each
$659DOZEN
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Clos Figueras Font de la Figuera 2006
Priorat
Available in cases of 6
Vinified from the fruit of auspicious vines, established 1998 around an eminent block of ancient Cariñena and Garnacha. The soils here are unique, plantings are exposed to the temperate Mediterranean winds of Ebro Valley, brisk, envigorating breezes which extend the ripening season and encourage grapes to form remarkable esters. Font de la Figuera is the second growth from Clos Figueras, a wonderfully complex cépage of Cabernet and Grenache, Carignan, Mourvedre and Shiraz, seamless and intense, cossetted by lithe, silken tannins.
$6299each
$755DOZEN
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Clos Figueras Font de la Figuera 2009
Priorat
Available in cases of 6
Julius Caesar was born a Spaniard, he probably enjoyed the wines of Priorat at a time when ancient Romans built the very terraces which now yield Font de la Figuera. This majestic viticultural paradise was devastated by phylloxera and abondoned by agricuturalists in the nineteenth century. Rediscovered by fine wine enthusiasts and re established to productive vineyards in the 1980s, it delivers vintages of the most exquisite Grenache blends in the world. Layered with licorice and the seasoning of Mediterranean spice, a penetrating wine, seamless, stately and refined.
$6299each
$755DOZEN
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Clos Figueras Font de la Figuera 2012
Priorat
Available in cases of 6
When Charlotte and Christopher Cannan acquired Figueras in 1997, the primary attraction of the estate was a block of old Cariñena and Grenache vines, surrounded by an endowment of fallow terraces which beckoned to be brought back to productive health. Two decades later, the younger plantings of Cabernet, Mourvedre and Syrah are now fully mature, grown to grueling llicorella soils, capable of only the most frugal yields, picked by hand and treated to traditional open vat ferments, the fruit of a remarkable region which has been making wine for millennia.
$5999each
$719DOZEN
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Cherry colour, bright violet hues. Wild red fruit notes, currant and plum bouquets, toastyness and cummin, caraway and smoke. A fresh palate of ripe punnett flavours, blueberries and olive, dried herbs, tomato leaf and milled spice, seamlessly structured on a length of powdery tannins, elegant, lingering, supported by a veneer of supple cocoa oak.
Currently out of stock
Cote Du Lion Grenache Syrah Mourvedre 2007
Languedoc
Château des Karantes is a magnificent vineyard situated within the La Clape Appellation on Coteaux du Languedoc at the southwest of France. The domaine lies in a small valley just two minutes away from the Mediterranean between the seaside resort towns of Narbonne Plage and St. Pierre sur Mer. The site is named after a historic Bishop of Carcassonne who owned the estate hundreds of years ago. A cepage of Grenache, Syrah and Mourverdre are fashioned into an exciting wine of piquant fruit characters and crisp, refreshing tannins.
$2199each
$263DOZEN
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Domaine de Karantes is 190 hectares of choice viticultural property, many of which are currently under vine, nestled in the Mediterranean Garrigue. The vineyards extend along the limestone, clay and rocky slopes which form the Massif or ridge of La Clape. Breathtaking views offer a beautiful panorama of the Pyrenees mountains visible in the distance. Grenache, Mourverdre, Syrah and Mourverdre grapes are hand picked off vines planted to clay and limestone soils, sorted and gravity transferred to 60 hectolitres oak vats. Vinification and macerations can last for up to a month and are followed by ageing in a collection of well seasoned 300 and 600 litres French oak barrels and larger format oak tanks.
 
Dark plum colour with scarlet hues. The nose exhibits dominant Grenache characters of caramel, tobacco and toasty nut accents. The delicious palate offers black fruit and berry flavours, ripe cherries and plum. A velvety mouthfeel and nicely drying tannins, well balanced, supple and round. In the spicey, savoury style of the Mediterranean, ready to enjoy upon release with red meat, game and cheese.
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