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1 - 12 of 17 Wines By Reillys
Reillys Barking Mad Cabernet Sauvignon 2015
Clare Valley
Available by the dozen
The Reilly's philosophy is to produce low volumes of characterful, hand made wines. Clare Valley Cabernet is picked off closely husbanded vineyards at optimal ripeness to be given a good old fashioned vinification and hand plunging in open vats. The moniker may sound a bit bonkers but the Barking Mads are extremely well made wines, very enjoyable in their early years, they offer the quality of fruit and vigor of tannin to richly reward those with patience, but why wait? Enjoy today alongside grilled meats, osso bucco or veal and tomato ragu.
$1599each
$191DOZEN
EACH
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Clare Valley lies just over 100km north of Adelaide, one of the oldest wine regions in Australia. Hugh Reilly established his homestead here in 1856, it is still headquarters to Reilly Wines. Cabernet Sauvignon is sourced from splendid, dry grown blocks on the St Clare Vineyard at Leasingham, fasidiously cropped to a lean 2.0T/acre. Terroir and climes are ideal, long hot summer days and cool nights serve to fully ripen the grapes while the skins develop fine tannins. Grapes are hand picked, inoculated to AWRI 796 yeasts and treated to a traditional vinification in open fermenters for ten days. The completed wine is matured eighteen months in a selection of fine French oak hogsheads.
 
Bright scarlet red. Rich aromas of blackcurrants and cherry. The palate shows juicy dark fruits with a hint of vanilla followed by mints and dark chocolate. Rich sweet summer fruit flavours, overtones of sweet oak and a full mouthfeel which lingers effortlessly. Velvety textures are followed by generous tannins on a lingering finish.
Reillys Barking Mad Cuvee Blanc
Clare Valley
Available by the dozen
$1599each
$189DOZEN
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Reillys Barking Mad Moscato
Clare Valley
Available by the dozen
$1599each
$189DOZEN
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Reillys Barking Mad Sauvignon Blanc 2017
Adelaide + Clare
Available by the dozen
A frivolously labelled Sauvignon Blanc by an otherwise serious winery, Barking Mad has already created quite a name and following for itself. Designed to bring the sanity back into one's life, parcels of crisply flavoured grapes are sourced from low yielding vines in Adelaide Hills and Valley Clare. But Barking Mad? Some say it was inspired by Tessa the vineyard hound. Some claim it's about the winemaker's demeanour. Others suggest it relates to the price point for such a high quality wine. Whatever the reason we know you will enjoy Barking Mad.
$1599each
$191DOZEN
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Reillys know about quality fruit. Harvests of Sauvignon Blanc from the Reilly estate vineyards at Leasingham and St Clare Vines are vinified alongside parcels grown to the cooler elevated, slow ripening altitudes of Adelaide Hills. Vines are all closely husbanded and mature to an average age of ten years, fasidiously cropped to yield a lean 2.0T/acre. Grapes are either hand picked or harvested throughout the cool of night, to capture the aromatic varietal fruit characters and bracing natural acidity. Following the press and a cold settle, the purest, exclusively free run juices are inoculated and treated to a brisk, temperature controlled vinification before an early bottling to retain vitality and freshness.
 
Light pale straw with lime hues. Nose of cut grass, stonefruit and citrus, persimmons and snow pea. Fresh, crisp and herbaceous, persistence of gooseberry characters and ripe tropical fruit flavours, a subtle hint of spice rounds out the palate, which is perfectly balanced and finishes dry. Barking Mad is best enjoyed slightly chilled.
Reillys Barking Mad Shiraz
Clare Valley
Available by the dozen
$1599each
$189DOZEN
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Reillys Barking Mad Watervale Riesling
Clare Valley
Available by the dozen
From the most exquisite parcels of estate grown Riesling, picked off the auspicious Reilly vines, planted to rich red loam over deep limestone soils of St Clare Vineyard at Watervale. Fruit is pressed within two hours of picking and nothing but the purest, first free run juices are sent to fermenters. Its expansive floral bouquet and citrus blossom nose give way to a painters palette of delicate pastoral flavours, the crisp juicyness of ripe apple and zest of lime, balanced by the renowned Watervale floral softness and gentle, creamy acidity.
$1599each
$189DOZEN
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Reillys Cabernet Sauvignon 2014
Clare Valley
Available by the dozen
Grown to the picturesque pastorals of Valley Clare, Cabernet Sauvignon ripens into a gentler style, with malleable tannins and comely perfumes. Remarkable for their genteel nature, charm and finesse, Clare Valley Cabernet have claimed a conspicuous measure of success at prestigious international wine shows. Reilly's share a long tradition with Clare Valley viticulture, they can call on harvests from their splendid Leasingham and Watervale sites, for the realization of an eloquent Cabernet wine with intense bramble characters and juicy, licorice tannins.
$1699each
$203DOZEN
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Dark garnet red. Black cherry nose, ripe blackcurrants and loganberry perfumes, regional mints, violets and cassis. The palate bursts with juicy dark fruits, intense blueberry bramble flavours, supported by red berry acids and fragrant pencil oak on a length of drying, powdery tannins. The Cabernet Sauvignon of choice for braised meats or slowly roasted, marinated joints.
Reillys Dry Land Cabernet Sauvignon 2015
Clare
Available by the dozen
In their passionate quest for excellence, the Reillys team earmark blocks of the most splendid Cabernet Sauvignon for the formulation of a single vineyard wine. Old, unirrigated vines, yielding parched and intensely flavoured berries, are the source of exquisite wines which express fully the uniqueness and refinement of Clare Valley Cabernet. Dry Lands has been lauded with the highest praise and rave reviews. A rich, concentrated, full throttle palate with weighty flavours and an exuberant, nicely layered personality which combines elegance with power.
$2899each
$347DOZEN
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Reilly's source fruit from older sites around the prime viticultural precinct of Leasingham, for the construct of oustanding wines of great character and charm. Dry Lands is vinified from parcels of choice Cabernet grapes grown to the elite and unirrigated Leasingham Smyth Block. The superlative vines are forty five years of age, closely cropped to yield a scant 2.0T/acre, whereupon the grapes are hand picked to the most optimal levels of natural fruit sugars. Parcels are crushed and vinified in traditional open vats, prolonging the contact of juices on skins for maximum extraction. Ferments are then basket pressed and treated to an extravagant two years maturation in a selection of the finest French oak hogsheads.
 
Deep red colour. Savoury and earthy upfront followed by darker fruit and a dusting of spice, distinct regional mint and eucalyptus with hints of blackcurrant and chocolate. The primary fragrances evolve into currant and lots of biscuity oak. A rich, full bodied Cabernet with layers of intense dark berry fruits, well integrated oak, fine tannins and lingering mint chocolate finish. Serve alongside beef filled with oysters and spinach.
Reillys Museum Release Riesling 2011
Clare Valley
Available by the dozen
Valley Clare is renowned for the gentle nature and refinement of its Riesling, generous yet elegant, what differentiates it from other regions are the dry, hot summer days and cool, crisp nights which contribute to the intensity of flavour. Hand crafted from grapes grown to the elevated terroirs on Smyth and St Clare vineyards, picked off dry grown vines planted to rich red loam overlays deep limestone, a winsome Riesling style of lifted florals heralding an enriched palate of citrus, honey and lime followed by crisp granny apple acid on the finish.
$1999each
$237DOZEN
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Reillys Old Bushvine Grenache 2013
Clare Valley
Available by the dozen
Gratefully Grenache driven, delicately open fermented and gently basket pressed, vinified exclusively from fruit grown to vines planted in 1919 by a returned serviceman, who'd been granted the property as part of an ANZAC resettlement scheme. Being bushvines, they grow low to the ground and are untrellissed. Grapes are all hand picked, as modern harvesters cannot collect the fruit, ensuring inclusion of nothing but the highest quality berries.
$2199each
$263DOZEN
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In 1856, an Irish cobbler named Hugh Reilly arrived in the tiny Clare Valley township of Mintaro. Over the next ten years, Hugh converted the stone barn that had been his home into a cottage. Reilly's Cottage served as the local Cobbler's Shop at the centre of the bustling town, which had boomed with the discovery of slate in the area. Almost 140 years later, the cottage has been restored to its former glory, the home to Reilly Wines. The Grenache vines are ninety years of age, dry grown and cropped at 1.5T/acre. Parcels are inoculated to yeast strain AWRI 796 and treated to an open fermentation for ten days, followed by up to two years maturation in a combination of French and American oak hogsheads.
 
Deep dark red/ purple colour. Aromas of spicey blueberry and nutella, chocolateyness and violet, hints of ribena and mint. The palate is remarkably satisfying, with never a dissenter to this lovely wine, it pleases all comers. Serve with beef pot pie, olive and wild mushrooms.
Reillys RCV Dancer Cabernet Sauvignon 2010
Clare Valley
Available in cartons of six
Valley Clare yields a distinct style of Cabernet Sauvignon, characterized by sweet dark berry flavours, regional mintyness and rolling velvet tannins. Reilly's know Clare Valley very well, highly selective in their choice of terroir, they have set aside harvests from their most precious blocks, hand picked grapes off dry grown vines, open fermented and basket pressed, matured twenty two months in the best French oak. A rich, full bodied Cabernet, layered with intense dark berry characters, carob chocolate and mints, over a length of astonishingly fine tannins, an endless, lingering finish.
$3999each
$479DOZEN
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Deep, opaque garnet red colour. Luscious nose of dark cherry, blackberries and dark currant. Generously flavoured palate juicy fruits, logan and mulberry over a carriage of fine grained tannins, framed by a judicious trim of smooth cedary vanilla oak. The finish resolves on a swirl of lingering minty dark chocolate notes, brambles and mint. Juicy, fruity and simply delicious!
Reillys RCV Epitaph Shiraz 2010
Clare Valley
Available in cartons of six
Clare Valley Shiraz are known for their elegance, refinement and grace. Reilly's aim to produce low volumes of exactingly crafted wines, picked off the finest estate vineyards. An old fashioned basket pressed Shiraz, from hand picked grapes grown to the eminent 1919 Block at Leasingham. Epitaph has been fashioned to traditional vinification techniques, treated to extended ferments for optimal uptake of tannin and fruit, gently basket pressed and sent to the luxury of the finest French oak for an extravagant twenty seven months maturation.
$5599each
$671DOZEN
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Crimson black. Rich, fully fragrant nose, showing blackcurrants and cassis, pepper and chocolate box assortment. Blueberries and mint follow on to the palate. Displaying dark raspberry plum flavours, black pepper and spice, supported by smooth tannins and the supple influence of gentle oak. Soundly structured, an opulent Shiraz with everlasting finish.
1 - 12 of 17 Wines By Reillys
In 1856 an Irish cobler by the name of Hugh Reilly arrived at the tiny township of Mintaro in the Clare Valley

Over the next 10 years, Hugh converted the stone barn that had been his home into a cottage. Reilly's Cottage served as the local Cobbler's Shop in the centre of the bustling town, which had boomed with the discovery of slate in the area. Almost 140 years later, the cottage has been restored to its former glory by distant relatives of Hugh, the Ardill family, and once again it is a hive of activity, and home to Reilly's Wines.

Reillys

In 1993, Reillys started from humble beginnings where the first vintages of wines were processed on the front porch of the Cottage. What started as a passionate hobby for Chief Winemaker Justin Ardill soon became a thriving business due to his commitment to consistently produce premium quality wines. The winery has steadily grown over the years, quickly outstripping the capacity of the cottage, and production was moved to a state-of-the-art facility in nearby Leasingham in 2000.

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The Clare Valley is famed for its Rieslings, Shiraz and Cabernets - what differentiates the Clare from many other Australian wine regions are the dry, hot summer days and cool, crisp nights which contribute to the intensity of the flavours in Clare Valley fruit. Reillys vineyards, located in the Leasingham and Watervale subregions of the Clare Valley are non-irrigated, depending solely on rainfall. They yield limited quantities of small, delicious berries which are hand picked to ensure only the premium fruit is selected to go into our winemaking process.

The Reilly's Wines philosophy is to produce low volumes of premium, hand-made wines from this unique fruit. Reillys wines are very enjoyable in their early years and will richly reward those with patience, showing their best with 5-10 years maturation in the bottle.

The fruit is crushed at the Leasingham facility and fermented in open vats, prolonging contact of skins and juice. The fermented wine is then basket-pressed. This is a slow process providing last pressings which contribute to creating fine wines of intense colour and flavour. Reillys red wines are then stored in new, premium quality French and American oak hogsheads for one to two years.

Reilly's Cottage is now the winery's Cellar Door where visitors can sample crisp, clean Rieslings and big, bold reds. Adjacent to the cellar door tasting area, there is Reilly's Restaurant serving Northern Italian influenced cuisine. Reilly's also offer accommodation at Reilly's Country Retreat, just behind the cellar door. Reillys wines have won many awards, including trophies and gold, silver and bronze medals at major wine shows. Reillys have also received critical acclaim from prominent wine writers and publications including James Halliday, Jeremy Oliver, Robert Parker and Winestate.

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