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1 - 8 of 8 Wines By Buller
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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
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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
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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.
Buller Calliope Durif
Rutherglen
Available in cases of 6
Calliope is the name of the original vineyard established by Reginald Langdon Buller in 1921. Calliope is also the Buller estate flagship, reserved for outstanding vintages. Durif has been grown at Rutherglen for over a century, arguably the world's most precious enclave, due to the long standing phyloxera quarantine. Rutherglen Durif is famous throughout the world, Calliope continues to endure as a wine of concentrated dark plum and brambleberry fruit, supported by the most statuesque, lingering tannins.
$4099each
$491DOZEN
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A hybrid grape with a curious history, Dr Durif originally crossed Shiraz with Peloursin in France during the latter part of the nineteenth century, creating a wonderfully fungus resistent varietal. The resultant wines proved not to be to French tastes and the Durif grape found it's way to vineyards in the new world. The Calliope property is famous for producing memorable, full bodied red wines, the most precious parcel of the Buller vineyards. The quality of Durif, picked off the distinguished Calliope block makes an outstanding wine, immediately evident even as the grapes are crushed. Components are matured two years in a selection of the most extravagant oak barrels and puncheons.
 
Almost opaque black colour, dark crimson at the rim. Sweet black berry fruit nose, a whiff of violets. Intense palate, flavours of sweet black berry fruits are joined by big grippy tannins. As the tannins slowly fade, they reveal notes of liquorice, tobacco and vanillin oak. Finish is long and lingering, as the sweet viscous fruit character returns. A Rutherglen of controlled intensity and might, seamlessly layered with profound tannin structure.
Buller Calliope Rare Liqueur Muscat 375ml
Rutherglen
Available in cases of 6
Light amber color is followed by an intoxicating fragrance that includes scents of prunes, figs, maple syrup, molasses, and gobs of fruit. The glycerine is extraordinary, the acid level provides freshness and definition, and the finish lasts over a minute. Its freshness, good acidity, soaring aromatics, and unctuous flavors must be tasted to be believed, 96 Points!‚ÄĚ -eRobertparker.com,.
$10099each
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Silver Medal International Wine Show. From an area that produces spectacular fortifieds, especially the Muscats. Rutherglen Muscat has been acclaimed by wine lovers all over the world as a unique Australian style. The Calliope Rare Liqueur Muscat includes some very old material dating back over thirty five years, exclusively blended from exceptional vintages only. Calliope is aged in cask at the winery prior to bottling and will not improve with further cellaring.
 
Pungent, deep and alluring chocolate and fruitcake aromas intensely spiced with cloves and cinnamon. Explosively concentrated, luscious and complex; packed with raisin and chocolate liqueur, then ends incredibly long, clean and savory, with rancio muscat flavors. The product of a remarkable blending effort to deliver a range of complex mature flavors with sufficient vitality and freshness.
Buller Calliope Rare Liqueur Tokay 375ml
Rutherglen
Available in cases of 6
Prodigious, dark amber-colored, boasts colossal aromatics and flavors of melted caramels, coffee, toffee, candied fruits marinated in cognac, magnificent richness, and a huge finish that lasts over seventy seconds. These fortifieds must be tasted to be believed as they are among the world's most profound after-dinner fortified wines, 100 Points.
$10099each
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An extraordinary wine of profound and complex character displaying all the attributes expected of a classic. A stablemate to the Rare Liqueur Muscat but made from a different grape. Muscadelle is the fruit here, for which Australia has adopted the synonym Tokay. The Buller brothers are indebted to their winemaking father and grandfather for having the foresight to put down blending stocks of the best vintages from years long past. This wine is aged in cask at the winery prior to bottling and will not improve with further cellaring.
 
Deep amber. Spiced nuts, Cuban coffee, toffee, melted butter and brown sugar aromas are broad and explosive. This completely coats the glass. Thick and viscous, with powerful flavors of vanilla bean, honey, Bananas Foster and toffeed apple. This almost overwhelms the palate. Clings on the back end, showing almost oily concentration and unreal length. Remarkable stuff.
Buller Fine Old Muscat
Murray, Rutherglen
Available by the dozen
Winner of 'Wine of the Year' at the.
$2399each
$287DOZEN
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Time is an essential element in the making of fine quality fortified wines. To create the rich and complex flavours of Buller Fine Old Muscat, the wines in this blend have had to spend years slowly maturing in old oak casks. Fully matured when released and ready for immediate consumption. Gracefully maturated in old oak hogsheads. Alcohol 18.
 
Colour and appearance of the Buller Fine Old Muscat is a mid reddish brown showing amber hues. Aroma and nose is milky, nutty, with perfumed raisin-fruit bouquet. Initial sweetness on the palate, then raisiny flavours linger to reveal hints of toffee. Underlying structure of tannin and well integrated spirit. Finish is long and the raisin flavours return and linger in the mouth.
Buller Fine Old Tawny
Murray, Rutherglen
Available by the dozen
Blessed with a sunny climate, good soils and ample water, the Buller vineyards at Beverford, nestled within the Swan Hill region, produce the richest, nut and citrus flavoured Old Tawny wines which can rival the finest in Victoria. A generously flavoured Old Port in the traditional style, Buller is endowed with great complexity. Sweet fruit and beautifully integrated oak combine to display all the developed characters of long term ageing. Along with the slow transformation in colour from bright ruby to deep tawny, have arrived the most exquisite changes of flavour.
$2399each
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The magnificent Buller cellars house stocks of ageing vintage wines which have been fortified and set aside for selection and inclusion into Fine Old Tokays which are endowed with the rich expression of Rutherglen. 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. As well as grapes from the Buller's own vineyard, fruit is collected from growers throughout the region, some of whom have supplied Buller for three generations. Maturation in a selection of fine, old oak hogsheads. Alcohol 18.0%
 
A deep mahogany/ tawny in colour. Bouquet of rich fruit cake with a touch of rancio. Complex rich spicy fruit flavours, hints of cherry syrup and sweet tobacco. Good palate length leading to a smooth finish with notes of rancio.
Buller Fine Old Tokay
Murray, Rutherglen
Available by the dozen
The wines of Buller are the result of four generations experience growing the most superlative fruit and vinifying the most resplendent examplars of Rutherglen. Name for the sleepy hamlet at the heart of the Swan Hill winegrowing region, Beverford is a range of wines fashioned for contemporary Australian palates. An immensely satisfying, generous Old Tokay with a profoundly fruit driven palate and lusciously aged rancio characters. The older material in the blend provides weight and depth of flavour, the younger wines contribute freshness and vigour.
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Matriarch Valerie Buller is still actively involved in the running of the business - her background as one of the first ever female wines sales reps in Australia equipping her with a formidable business mind. Valerie Buller also built the beautiful bird park that is a key feature at the winery. Buller Wines has two cellar doors, one at Calliope in Rutherglen and the other at the Beverford winery near Swan Hill. The magnificent cellars house stocks of ageing vintage wines which have been fortified and set aside for selection and inclusion into Fine Old Tokays which are endowed with the rich expression of Rutherglen. Buller was treated to maturation in a selection of seasoned oak hogsheads. Alcohol 18.0%
 
A dark amber colour with orange brown tints. Sweet toffee and malt aromas before a smooth textured palate with toffee, malt and caramel sweetness, hints of butterscotch and orange peel. Good length and weight of palate lead onto a warming spirit finish.
After a distinguished career in the Royal Australian Navy, Reginald Langdon Buller in 1921 took up land at Rutherglen in the winegrowing region of North East Victoria

The Rutherglen winegrowing region was then, as it is now, famous for its fortified wines, Muscats, and full bodied red wines. Reginald Buller called his vineyard Calliope after the British warship. Producing delicious luscious wines and gutsy, full-bodied reds, the backbone of this vineyard is Rutherglen Shiraz. Old Shiraz vines at Calliope are not irrigated so yields are low at about one tonne to the acre. Consequently the fruit from this vineyard produces intensely flavoured wines, but in rather small quantities, that Andrew Buller crafts into wines of great depth and elegance. There are also small plantings of some of the rarer varieties including Mondeuse and Cinsaut.

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Principal red varieties grown are Shiraz and Grenache. There are also small plantings of the rare Mondeuse and Cinsaut, which are used to make the table wines. Fortified wines come from Muscat, Frontignac and Tokay (Muscadelle). Andrew Buller also has a second vineyard in the Rutherglen region at Indigo Valley, an elevated site east of Calliope. The grapes used to make the Rutherglen wines are hand picked, processed in open fermenters and generally handled using traditional methods that have not changed since the winery was first built. The wines are individualistic with a strong regional flavour.

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After establishing Calliope in Rutherglen, and having weathered the storms of the Great Depression and the Second World War (during which he again served in the R.A.N.) Reginald Buller, joined by his son Richard, decided in 1951 to expand the operation. The site selected was at Beverford near Swan Hill in North West Victoria and Reginald purchased land there, establishing a new vineyard, winery and distillery. Beverford is a sleepy hamlet on the Murray Valley Highway in Northern Victoria, and enjoys the added security of irrigation - an insurance against the dry years.

Beverford is blessed with a sunny climate, good soils and ample water, the Swan Hill Winegrowing Region, as it turned out, was the ideal spot for vines. The district produces a wide range of fruits including citrus, stone fruits, dried fruit, table and wine grapes. The climate and soils of Beverford provide a favourable environment for growing wine grapes. Abundant sunshine and ample water ensure viable crops. The critical autumn ripening period is normally dry, allowing the grapes to come to the winery in good condition and free of disease.

Having access to grapes from two different areas also allowed for the production of a wider range of wines. While Beverford was being established, Richard, supported by his wife Val, further developed Rutherglen. In 1966 Bullers for the first time produced wines under their own label. Previously all the wine had been sold in bulk to retailers and merchants.

With the progressive addition of stainless steel storage tanks, modern equipment and refrigeration, the Buller production has grown significantly over the years. As well as grapes from the estate vineyards, fruit from good growers throughout the region is processed, some of whom have been supplying Buller for three generations. The Buller Estate also has its own 17ha Magee vineyard and 11ha Athorn vineyard.

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It can be hard work running a family business, but brothers in wine Rick and Andrew Buller would have it no other way. Rick oversees management of the Beverford winery while Andrew is winemaker / manager of the Calliope vineyards and Rutherglen winery. Both brothers opted for a hands on approach to learning their craft, albeit following different paths. Andrew has worked vintages in regions as diverse as Gisborne, the Clare Valley, Portugal and Beaujolais, and shows particular skill in fortified and table wines. He won a gold medal at the Rutherglen Wine Show for his first vintage port in 1981 and makes the iconic Rutherglen Shiraz, Calliope. Rick is a board member of the Victorian Wine Industry Association, treasurer of the Swan Hill Food & Wine Society, and a member of Swan Hill Inc.

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