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All Saints Golden Cream Sherry
Rutherglen
Available by the dozen
Bored with pontificating wine bores? Had it with guests ruining your parties by endlessly droning on about the relative merits of French and American oak or the latest wine reviewer scores? If so, All Saints have the solution for you, revitalize your evenings with Golden Cream Sherry. Made from luscious Muscat of Alexandria grapes, which can trace their origins to the libations of pharoahs and bacchanalia of ancient Rome. In Australia Muscat is also known as Gordo Blanco and is the secret ingredient to some of the nation's favourite wines.
$1499each
$179DOZEN
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Great wine comes from the soil and speaks of where it is from. At All Saints Estate the deep sandy loam soils were carved from the granite of the mountains and then ground, mixed and shaped by the majestic River Murray. Vines planted long ago reach deep down for essential minerals and nutrients, drawing out the very essence of the place and concentrating it in each year's harvest of grapes. The oldest vineyard blocks of Muscat were planted just after the First World War. These old timers are picture postcard vines, weather beaten and twisted, defying the years to produce fantastic fruit. With careful nurturing, the vines yield the quality of fruit to craft luscious, world class fortified wines. Alcohol 18.0%
 
A bright tawny gold colour. Appealing aromas of luscious, freshly crushed grapes. These sensations are carried through onto the palate. The palate explodes with a profusion of fresh grape flavours adding a velvety texture to the wine, expressing the natural fruit sugar character of grapes picked late in the season at full ripeness. An appealing style of sherry that's already done its ageing, ready to be enjoyed upon release. With its mouthfilling flavours, All Saints can be sipped on its own or enjoyed alongside desserts.
All Saints Rutherglen Muscadelle 375ml
Rutherglen
Available by the dozen
A rich mix of select parcels at various stages of maturity, chosen for their softness and articulation of all good things Tokay. Muscadelle has been grown at All Saints Estate since establishment in 1864. Originally thought to have evolved from the Hungarian Tokai varietal, it is now generally accepted that Tokay is made from Muscadelle, an intensely flavoured late ripening grape. Sip alongside stilton, a treat with tiramisu, All Saints have already done the ageing for you so serve with confidence to your most discerning guests.
$1699each
$203DOZEN
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The current stewardship at the ancient All Saints wineworks was established by Peter Brown of Milawa in 1962. He planted vines to take full advantage of the long, warm autumn days at Wahgunyah which are virtually perfect for allowing the fruit to ripen to high baume levels and raisining, so essential for the Tokay style. Grapes are left to hang until extremely ripe, hand picked and crushed to release the sweet, concentrated juices. A term of cold soak swells the shrivelled berries and extracts flavour from skins. A very short fermentation arrives at an alcohol of 18.0%, the finished wine is assembled from a selection of vintages, stored in large oak ovals at the All Saints chook shed, racked to bottle from time to time.
 
Golden amber hues. Aroma reveals wonderful sweetness along with an intriguing nose of marmalade and maple syrup, prunes, toffee and honeyed tea, a wine of age under well seasoned oak. Lovely flavours of butterscotch and apricot, fresh lifted spirit and that typical Tokay aroma of cold tea. Unctuous and sweet yet remarkably supple and light for its level of decadence, while the lush, complex palate finishes clean and lingering.
All Saints Rutherglen Muscat 375ml
Rutherglen
Available by the dozen
This is a great celebration of the vital characters of luscious Muscat. Fashioned from barrels of old stock of various vintages, All Saints has lovely flavours of butterscotch and apricot, fresh lifted spirit, and that sensational aromatic profiles. The long, warm Autumn days at Wahgunyah are virtually perfect for allowing the fruit to ripen to the high baume levels and raisining so essential for the style. Delightful on its own as an after-dinner drink, All Saints is superb when served alongside hot oven fresh, steaming and spicey desserts.
$1699each
$203DOZEN
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The All Saints Estate's pride and joy are the old vineyard blocks of Muscat, planted just after the First World War. These old-timers are picture-postcard vines, weather-beaten and twisted, defying the years to produce fantastic fruit. Grapes are left on the vine to get really ripe; many of them shrivel up to raisins. The fruit is picked and crushed. This macerates for a few hours in order to allow any raisined berries to swell up. It is then pressed and the juice prevented from fermenting by the addition of high-strength neutral alcohol. The wine is allowed to settle for a few days before being racked off to barrel for maturation. The Rutherglen level of the classification is for the youngest wines with only a few years barrel age.
 
Rich and luscious nose, perfumed aromatics of lovely peach and apricot with hints of lychee and spice. A hint of tangerine peel on the palate, rancio and honeyed almond, sweet wet tobacco and apple, smoke and leather. It's fresh and spicy, alluring and concentrated yet sleek. Creme brûlee flavours and a nice richness, smooth and elegant, lingering on the finish. There is no need to save All Saints for a special occasion as, unlike table wine, an opened bottle will last months before starting to deteriorate. Already done it's own ageing and is quite ready to drink.
All Saints The Keep Tawny Port
Rutherglen
Available by the dozen
All Saints store their ageing fortifieds in the Great Hall, an area of a castle built in the 1880s, and lined with huge 100-year-old oak casks, filled with rare wines. Some of these fortified wines are up to eighty years old and form the base of the rich fortified All Saints blends. The wines are amongst Australia's and the world's greatest, internationally extolled for their richness and lusciousness. All Saints Estate won the first gold medal for Australian wine in 1873 at the London International Exhibition and continues to win trophies and receive rave reviews today.
$1599each
$191DOZEN
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All Saints pride and joy are the oldest vineyard blocks of vines, originally planted just after the First World War. These old-timers are picture-postcard vines, weather-beaten and twisted, defying the years to produce fantastic fruit. Predominantly made from Grenache, Shiraz and Mataro grapes, with added brandy spirit, which is used to fortify the wine, The Keep Tawny expresses the inimitabley rich personality of the deep, rancio-like qualities of Rutherglen grapes. During maturation of any fortified wine a significant amount of wine is lost through evaporation. This loss is normally between two to five per cent each year, and is affectionately referred to as the angels share (now there's something to look forward to!). Alcohol 18.
 
The wine has a tawny colour with hints of red. The aroma is a mix of ripe berry fruit, with rancio characters from extended barrel maturation. On the palate there is ripe fruit giving a generous mouth feel with hints of vanilla and chocolate. Nuances of deep liqueuring, Port and plum-like, chocolatey and wet with sweet scents of browned old grapes and dried sugary fruit. Delicious, nutty and velvety, ripe yet texturally soft, slabs of melty raisined chocolate, brushstrokes of caramel and Irish coffee, the wine has an attractive drying finish. This wine should cellar extremely well for between one and two decades. Enjoy with a cheese selection (the stronger types) or after dinner with well brewed coffee and a good conversation.
Amberley Kiss Tell Moscato Rosa 2015
Margaret River
Available by the dozen
It's time for everyone to get in touch with their sweeter side, to treat themselves and friends to Kiss & Tell, a delicious pink wine that's refreshingly lower in alcohol. Moscato Rosa suits the relaxed, fun loving Aussie lifestyle, so very appealing to wine enthusiasts with relaxed tastes because it delivers irresistible flavours and creamy textures through an exciting spritzyness. So Kiss & Tell everyone you know, because something as sweet as Moscato Rosa is worth sharing.
$1199each
$143DOZEN
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Those talanted folks at Amberley love exploring new wine styles and mixes of fruit which appeal to contemporary tastes. Enter Kiss & Tell, a delicious cépage of Frontignac Muscat, displaying lovely aromaticness and silky mouthfeel, with a component of the luscious Gordo Blanco which contributes added richness. A tiny touch of sweet Shiraz gives the wine its pink tinge and adds lively raspberry notes. Parcels grown to good vineyards which can best display the requisite ripe fuit and juicy grape characters are treated to a combination of modern and traditional vinification techniques, infusing the wine with a slight effervescence to delight the palate and titillate the nose. Alcohol 7.0%
 
Light, delicate pink hues. Lifted heady floral tones of honeysuckle and delicate rosewater Moscato notes. The palate is light with flavours of lemon cream, tropical fruits and just a hint of musk. The residual sugar is well balanced all the way to a crisp finish, the slight effervescence gives the wine an appealing lift. The ideal accompaniment to elegant canapes and cream cheese desserts.
Baileys of Glenrowan Classic Muscat
Glenrowan
Available by the dozen
Steeped in history, the original Baileys store was situated next door to the Glenrowan Inn where widow Jones hosted Ned Kelly's siege. Following the gold rush, the Baileys turned to farming and settled on a property which they named Bundarra. Rural life was harsh and the Glenrowan countryside was stubborn. But the Baileys persevered, eventually sowing one of the most enduring vineyards in Australian history.
$2699each
$323DOZEN
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Baileys of Glenrowan manage some of Victoria's oldest plantings. After the devastation of phylloxera at the turn of the last century, vines were replanted to the rich, deep, red granite soils below the Warby Ranges. The favourable growing seasons at Glenrowan are characterised by long warm summers with very little rainfall, encouraging the fruit to develop intense flavours and high natural sugar levels. Following harvest at the peak of full physiological ripeness and a timely fermentation that's arrested by the addition of brandy spirit, parcels are treated to a spell of extended ageing in a mix of well seasoned large format oak. The final wine is assembled from a selection of barrels across several vintages.
 
Caramel, dense brown red in the glass. Nose exhibits varietal aromas of orange blossom, rose petals and dried fruit. The palate is generous and lush, full of complex fruit flavours resolving on a carefully balanced sweetness.
Currently out of stock
Baileys of Glenrowan Founder Series Tawny Port
Glenrowan
The Baileys of Glenrowan property is endowed with some of Victoria's oldest plantings. After the devastation of phylloxera at the turn of last century, vines were replanted in the rich granite soil below the Warby Ranges. Bailey's Tawny is made entirely from Shiraz grown to the estate's quarantined Glenrowan vineyard, carefully barrel aged under perfect conditions to ensure a memorable drinking experience upon release.
$2499each
$299DOZEN
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Glenrowan is renowned for its luscious fortified wines and rich red wine styles. The fortuitous soils and lie of the land provide a unique grape growing mesoclime with cool air flowing down from the ranges, tempered by warmer airflow from the lake. In the hot summer months, the lake acts like a giant air conditioner, cooling the vines at night. Bailey's are Glenrowan's eldest vineyard, originally planted by Varley Bailey in the 1860s. Bailey produced his first vintage in 1870 and the site has continued to produce iconic Shiraz wines ever since. Following fermentation, individual parcels of Shiraz are aged in old oak barrels before being assembled into the final wine.
 
Russet red in the glass. Aromas of fresh fruit, earthy, luscious, tongue hugging sweet complicated essences. Delicate barrel complexity, light and elegant on the palate but has intense flavour and a lingering rancio finish. Serve with ripe aged cheeses or after dinner chocolates.
Currently out of stock
Barbadillo Amontillado Sherry
Jerez Superior
Barbadillo is one of the largest and most venerated producers of fortified wine in the whole of the Jerez region. Amongst their portfolio are some of the best known and prestigious brands of España such as Solear and Muyfina. Barbadillo was a true pioneer within the industry producing the first ever white wine of Andalucía, the Castillo de San Diego . Barbadillo specializes in the full range of sherries permitted within the Marco de Jerez. Its headquarters are housed in a striking building known as the Casa Palacio de la Cilla, which dates back to 1773.
$2299each
$275DOZEN
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The Barbadillo vineyards of GibalbĂ­n and Santa LucĂ­a extend over gentle, rolling hills within the famous Jerez triangle and are qualified as Superior due to the quality of fruit produced. These are the celebrated lands of Albariza, a porous, chalky soil characterised by its pale colour that's particularly well suited to the cultivation of vines grown for the production of the finest fortified wines. The climate is mild with more than 3,000 hours of sun softened by the cooling influence of the Atlantic. These factors, together with an ancient winemaking tradition which dates back to the Romans, allow for excellent ripening of the grapes, ensuring a high degree of beaume (level of sweetness) with only a moderate acidity.
 
A handsome, lightly tawny wine. An aroma of dried herbals and flora with musk, almond and pith, vanilla and cream. A drying palate of leesyness and tangelo, grasses, yeast, sunflower and Pompelmo before a long, clean finish of sweet bread characters, nougat and torte.
Currently out of stock
Barbadillo Pedro Ximenez Sherry
Jerez Superior
Situated in the very south of Spain, a vibrant land that was aptly named Place of the Sun by the illustrious writer Don Manuel Barbadillo RodrĂ­guez, soul and symbol of the company for over half a century, the vineyards of Barbadillo bask under the clear skies of CĂĄdiz as the growers devotedly tend vines which have filled their Bodegas for centuries. Barbadillo is known for crafting Sherries of the highest quality, fashioned to to be the first choice for the most discerning palates while being approachable and completely satisfying to all who appreciate fine wine.
$2699each
$323DOZEN
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Barbadillo is located in Jerez where the mighty Guadalquivir River meets the sea in the beautiful Coto de Doñana National Park, an extraordinary World Heritage Site. Barbadillo operates five hundred hectares of vineyard spread over two estates, GibalbĂ­n and Santa LucĂ­a, located in the area known as Jerez Superior. The former has an extensive winemaking plant fully equipped with state of the art technology. Barbadillo's numerous wine cellars are strategically distributed over the outstanding area of SanlĂșcar de Barrameda, surrounding the medieval castle of Santiago. The cellars occupy a total area of more than 75,000 m2 and have an overall capacity of 35,000,000 litres, which is the largest in SanlĂșcar de Barrameda.
 
Dark robes with an amber core. Aromas of citrus and coffee, treacle, toffee and pecan pie. Luxuriousy viscos, a luscious velvety mouthfeel and good palate weight expressing stewed and developed black grape characters, flavours of chocolate box, allsorts, honeyed semolina cake and moccha, toastyness and quince.
Bimbadgen Estate Botrytis Semillon 375ml 2010
Riverina
Available by the dozen
Botrytis affected Semillon makes much of the world's great and most flavourful wines. Bimbadgen have taken the time to find the ideal site in Australia with a rare confluence of sunshine and soil, optimal rainfalls and balmy clime, that unique alchemy of environmental conditions necessary for the rampant growth of the fungus Botrytis Cinerea. Out of the finest vintages, a wonderful dessert wine is made from the fruit, complex and earthy with subtle charry, nutty oak balanced by citrus peel and straw, candied fruit and a touch of nettle on the finish.
$2399each
$287DOZEN
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Semillon is harvested from Myall Road vineyard near Griffith, closely cropped to deliver no more than moderate yields. The site was established with cutting edge laser levelling techniques and trellising design, tailor made for premium dessert wines. Following the crush and an overnight cold soak on skins, the unclarified Semillon juices are inoculated through the action of wild and cultured yeasts for a long, slow vinification. Ferments are treated to a variety of temperature fluctuations and exposure to oak. Some components are rack and returned into quality new French oak for ferments, others are filled to barrel for a term of maturation. Two thirds of the wine remains in contact with yeast lees until bottling.
 
Luminous, vibrant pale gold colour. Aromatic and clean, with citrus fruit and fresh hay, dried apricot and lemon spice, marmalade and creme brulee. Medium bodied, luscious palate with creamy apricot kernel and marmalade flavours. Rich fruit sweetness is well balanced by zingy fruit acids. Bimbadgen should be enjoyed now but it offers wonderful ageing potential over several years.
Bleasdale Wise Old Tawny Port
Langhorne Creek
Available by the dozen
Bleasdale was established in 1850, is classified by the National Trust and is listed on the State and National Heritage Registers. Fully conversant with the soils, the microclimates and the cycle of flooding which nourishes the unique terroir of the estate's vineyards, fifth generation winemaker Michael Potts cultivates the old Grenache and Verdelho vines destined for inclusion into the Wise Old Tawny. A smooth rich Port wine full of rancio and nutty flavours obtained through a slow maturation over many years under small oak casks.
$1599each
$191DOZEN
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Assembled from a reserve of barrel aged wines from various vintages, Wise Old Tawny is a mostly Grenache fortified wine with smaller components of Shiraz, Red Frontignac and Verdelho, in roughly equal measure. The historic cellars where the wine is aged were originally constructed with redgum members and limestone blocks. Today the cellar still houses a massive redgum lever press which fifth generation winemaker, Michael Potts uses to make his small batch wines. Though steeped in history, Bleasdale has installed the latest winemaking technology to retain the best qualities of matured reserve wines, whilst delivering to the connoisseur an authentic Fine Old Tawny of consistency and value. Alcohol 18.5%
 
Colour has developed into a nut red-brown. Appealing bouquets of plum and ginger, sticky figs and ripe date puddings, smokey peat and fine spirit. On the palate lie characters of treacle and walnut, marmalade, beef suet and orange rind, notes of unslated roast nuts and sweet black cherries, strawberry and hints of maple. The wine is deep and rich, the alcohol soothing and suitably attired, flavoursome and beautifully focused, the tannins whisper past with a sigh of relief at being unnoticed. Tawny rancio characters, old barrels and history, Old and Wise and complex, yet offering much freshness and vivacity for such a well developed wine. It calls for Stilton, after dinner coffee, and liquored chocolatey desserts.
Brown Brothers Australian Tawny Port
Milawa
Available by the dozen
The richness of Shiraz and the softness of Grenache together with smaller quantities of Cabernet Sauvignon, Carignane, Mataro and other varieties, combine together in the Port Soleras at Milawa to produce this Tawny style Port. The fortifying grape spirit is subtle and the wood maturation of this young tawny port has enhanced the developed qualities of the wine. The Reserve Port is drawn from a labyrinthine complex of soft old wines stored under the Brown Brothers cellars in barrel, and blended with fruity young wines into a warm nutty, and satisfyingly rich old Port.
$1599each
$191DOZEN
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The concept of age in relation to wood-age is an important factor, which determines the flavour, richness of quality and price. One can say that the average age of wines used in the less expensive blends is around two to three years; for a medium quality, four or more; and for the finer blends, ten to twenty year old material would be used. But a young wine, say three or four years old, made up of a blend of three base wines, could in fact, contain a total of fifteen or so wines, since each of the major components is, itself, a blended result of a number of different wines of various ages and varieties.
 
This Reserve Port is a light tawny brown with a slight olive green rim. On the nose it has delicious aromas of dried apricot, date, prune and a hint of mocha. On the palate this delectable port is ample and rich with dried fruit and rancio flavours, indicating a wholesome integration of mature blended port material. It is not a cloying port, with sweetness balanced by the drying sensations that is derived from long ageing in oak barrels. The wine finishes with a spicy, warming, spirit sensation on the back palate. Port is the traditional after dinner wine with coffee. This port would also be delightful with a platter of dried fruits and nuts or a light blue cheese.
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