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Yellowglen Bella Pink Moscato
Soft and juicy
$1499each
$179DOZEN
Pretty And Delicious? You Bet Fruity and feminine too Made from the delightful Frontignac grape, a varietal that displays, more so than any other, the fragrance and flavours of ripe fresh grapes. Frontignac is perfect for fashioning into a luscious, pink hued, fruit forward sparkler. Serve at fancy chicken and wine breakfasts or at lazy afternoon teas, Bella makes the ideal accompaniement to savoury nibbles or romantic, shared desserts. Enjoy Bella chilled to make every occasion a success and just a little bit special.
 
Moss Wood Ribbon Vale Merlot
Moss Wood are endowed with the most splendid vineyards
$6199each
$743DOZEN
Each Block Has Particular Traits Which Come Together In The Final Assemblage To Construct The Definitive Moss Wood Style The blocks are literally only metres apart but there are sufficient differences in soil aspect and altitude for them to show unique flavours. Every section, row by row, of each block is picked separately as it comes into maturity. The youthful generosity of Margaret River Merlot is very appealing and there will be a temptation to consume it young.
 
Hardys Sir James Cuvee Brut
Cuvee Brut is fashioned from some of the best fruit available to Hardys
$1199each
$143DOZEN
Components Of Chardonnay And Pinot Noir Have Been Assembled Into A Flavoursome Fully aromatic effervescent wine wonderfully balanced with luxurious yeasty biscuit characters, superior palate length and splendid mouthfeel. A classy effort by the nation's most accomplished and decorated team of Sparkling wine specialists, true methode traditionalle, ideal for every occasion, Sir James represents the first choice in everyday Sparkling wine enjoyment.
$23999each
$2879DOZEN
Perrier Jouet Belle Epoque Champagne A WONDERFUL WINE AND AN ENDURING ARTICULATION OF CHARDONNAY FROM COTE DES BLANCS, the noblest of white grapes from the world's premiere appellation, confering immense elegance, lightness and finesse. The traditionally presented Flower-bottle exhibits great balance and refinement in a soft wine of many decades pedigree, Belle Epoque is doubtless one of the world's great wines. A harmonious assemblage embracing the roundness of Pinots Noir and Meuniere, a timeless Champagne of sophistication and style.
$4999each
$599DOZEN
De Bortoli PHI Pinot Noir STEPHEN SHELMERDINE NEVER APPLIES ANY PRESSURE ON HIS PINOT VINES TO PERFORM. Handling fruit and wine by gravity, knowing when not to interfere, indigenous yeasts and a subdued use of oak, all help to render the style. The challenge is to preserve aromas and to let the palate form by itself. A pure, small batch Pinot wine, elegance and finesse are the defining characters, matched by fine texture and good structure. The result is subtlety over sunshine, terroir over intervention and delicacy over extraction, fashioned to be beautiful to drink.
$3499each
$419DOZEN
Majella Cabernet Sauvignon EXCELLENT LANGTONS CLASSIFICATION. One of the Coonawarra's most feted marques in Cabernet Sauvignon. The Majella property was originally acquired for the purpose of grazing lamb. Eric Brand of neighbouring Laira Vineyard offered to buy fruit from Majella if the land was turned over to Cabernet. The site was planted in 1968, much of the vintages that followed went to Wynn's, but it was not until 1993 that Majella vinified and bottled its own estate labelled wine. The inaugural release was enthusiastically received and Majella have never looked back.
$1999each
$239DOZEN
dArenberg dArrys Original Shiraz Grenache CRAFTED FROM CHOICE PARCELS OF SHIRAZ AND GRENACHE, picked off d'Arenberg's low yielding 19th century vineyards, very much a traditional style of wine. d'Arry's Original is named in honour of principal, d'Arry Osborn, a Winemakers Federation of Australia Patron and recipient Medal of the Order of Australia. One of d'Arenberg's most enduring labels, originally called d'Arry's Burgundy in the 1960s, when medium bodied red wines with a soft finish were always called Burgundy.
McWilliam’s Wines is
one of Australia’s largest and most highly regarded family-owned wine companies
Since 1877 when Samuel McWilliam planted his first vines at Corowa in New South Wales, successive generations of the McWilliam family have been pioneering the art of fine winemaking in Australia. Always innovative, McWilliam's has ensured its position at the forefront of Australian winemaking by introducing new production techniques and some of the world's most advanced technology in the company's wineries and vineyards.
 McWilliams

McWilliam’s Mount Pleasant Estate – nestled in the slopes of the Brokenback Range in NSW’s lower Hunter Valley – was established in 1921 by legendary winemaker, the late Maurice O’Shea. Today, the Hunter Valley is widely regarded as the home of semillon, and McWilliam’s as the producer of Australia’s best wines from the variety. O’Shea’s ground breaking work has been kept alive by revered winemakers Brian Walsh (1956-1978) and Phillip Ryan (1978-current). The fact that there have been just three Chief Winemakers at Mount Pleasant since 1921 has ensured consistency of wine style and quality.

McWilliam’s Barwang Vineyard is located in the emerging, cool-climate Hilltops region, located on the southwest slopes of the Great Dividing Range, near Young in New South Wales. This high-altitude (560m) vineyard enjoys a dry summer and autumn, with cool nights and mild days resulting in a long ripening period. Heavy snowfall and frost in winter are quite common; and whilst substantial rainfall occurs in the growing season, most falls in spring. The region’s soil is deep red, decomposed granite clays impregnated with basalt. Showered with trophies and medals and praise from the media, McWilliam’s Barwang range has already carved an impressive reputation.

The Laira Vineyard was established in 1893 in Coonawarra’s famous terra rossa heartland

It is today widely regarded as one of the region’s best plantings of Shiraz. With Shiraz the only wine grape planted in Coonawarra from 1900 to 1950, the variety has played an important role in establishing Coonawarra’s international reputation as Australia’s pre-eminent red wine region. McWilliam’s Wines is today one of the largest landholders in Coonawarra, with almost 300 hectares of mainly cabernet sauvignon and shiraz vines. In recent years, the company has extended the Estate to include the 165 hectare Station Block and 100 hectare Kirkgate vineyards

The Yarra Valley – located just 50kms from Melbourne – is one of Australia’s premier cool-climate wine growing regions. It experiences consistently cool to mild weather, which allows for the slow, even ripening of fruit and produces long-lived wines of the highest quality. Lillydale's two vineyards, Morning Light and Sunnyside, were among the first to re-establish in the Yarra Valley in 1976. McWilliam’s award-winning Lillydale Estate range – which is overseen by McWilliam’s Chief Winemaker, Jim Brayne - exhibits classic cool-climate characters.

"Plant a six-inch nail in this soil, water it and in a year you will have a crowbar." So said John James McWilliam when he arrived in Hanwood in 1913. The development of the Riverina region as a major wine producing area was primarily due to the foresight of the McWilliam family. The Riverina, and Hanwood in particular, was an area John James McWilliam – the son of McWilliam’s founder, Samuel McWilliam – had identified earlier as having the potential to service the growing domestic and export wine markets. McWilliam’s Hanwood winery is distinguished by its barrel-shaped cellar door tasting room, and the large array of old bottles and winery memorabilia displayed in a 17 metre-long museum in the shape of a bottle.

St Marys is
a boutique, family owned, premium red wine producer, sited on some of the Coonawarra's most unique mix of soils.
St Mary's winery is situated on a strip of "terra rossa" soil 15 kilometres west of the township of Penola in the southeast end of South Australia. In 1909 the first members of the Mulligan family arrived in the Penola district. The property that St Marys Wines now stands upon was purchased in 1937. This property is 15km west of the town of Penola. Its primary use was for sheep and cattle grazing.
 St Marys

Barry and Glenys Mulligan researched the establishment of a vineyard on a 200 acre section of the property in 1984. This part of the property was unique in its elevation the rest of the property but mostly for is soil. The Ridge consists of limestone covered in terra rossa soil.

The initial planting of vines began in 1986. Vintage 1990 brought the first harvest for the first ever wines for St Marys. 1992 heralded the opening of the estate's cellar door, as St Mary's commenced distribution of it's wines nationally and internationally.

The vines are planted on an elevated area of Terra Rossa soil over Limestone. The soils are generally very stony. Some of the more austere parts of the vineyard are virtually pure rock. The vines that have survived on these stony areas produce relatively small tonnages compared to local district averages. There is only one basket press on the entire winemaking operation, and all the fruit being pressed through it makes for a softer and more traditional character to the wine.

St Mary's quietly prides itself with the knowledge of its high level of environmental responibility. Estate grown grapes only are used in the production of all St Mary's wines. Small batches of hand picked grapes are fermented in open vats, Basket Pressed and barrel matured in climate controlled storage before being bottled on premises.

St. Mary’s House Block Cabernet displays the concentrated blackcurrant characters of pure cabernet aromas complemented by cedary oak influence. Typical of the House Block style the wine is rich and full-bodied with ripe cabernet flavours. This wine has the capacity to develop further complexity and classic aged characters. The Super Premium label of St Mary's Wines is the result of each vintages stand-out batches of wine. The wine sports the family name as a statment of pride in its creation. As a wine it has been selected for its prolific fruit character and excellent tannin structure. This wine will age well and with longevity rewards will be reaped.

Dog Ridge is
located at the base of The Southern Mount Lofty Ranges over looking the McLaren Vale wine region
DogRidge Vineyards employ modern viticultural practices which optimise sun exposure and canopy health, resulting in ripe fruit of intense colour and quality. This desirable combination has led to the creation of wines that express outstanding depth of colour, aromatic elegance and richness of flavour.
 Dog Ridge

DogRidge is a family owned operation of 140 acres (56HA). We have many different vineyards ranging in age from young 2004 graftings of Viognier to some of the oldest bush vines remaining in the region today. At the McLaren Flat vineyards, DogRidge boasts several 1940’s plantings of Shiraz, Grenache and Cabernet Sauvignon that form the basis of the premium bottled product.

The soils vary considerably over a small area giving us the opportunity to select small parcels of the best fruit which reflect the terrior of each site adding to the uniqueness of the finished wines. DogRidge is also a respected grower for several premium McLaren Vale wine companies and is a current member of the Wine Grapes Australia group of premium grape growers.

DogRidge the name comes from an old vigorous grape vine rootstock now no longer used in modern viticulture

The name Dogridge was adopted as it suits the winemaking family's extreme love for Curly Coat Retrievers and the position of the family home on a sandy ridge in McLaren Flat. DogRidge can be one or two words depending on your mood. Either way, it’s lovely wine however you say it!

The DogRidge winemakers are proud of their environmental record. Property management is focused on sustainability and includes minimizing impact on the environment, the incorporation of biodiversity in the vineyards, management and renovation of remnant areas of native vegetation, recycling both oak and green waste and conserving valuable water resources. Cleaning semi-trailer loads of rubbish from creeks at DogRidge “THE DIGS” Vineyard, removing feral non-native vegetation and rebuilding eroded creek banks with native species.

DogRidge Duck Chase vineyard was established in 2001 on a severely neglected elevated site overlooking McLaren Vale on the edge of the Onkaparinga Gorge National Park. The site was cleared again of all feral species and the valuable ancient gravelly soils brought back to life in preparation for the establishment of this state of the art vineyard. In planning for this, significant open space has been revegetated by planting 6,000 trees and shrubs, all local native species, which has introduced some biodiversity into the project.

Heartland Wines was
created by a small group of leading South Australian wine identities who are all good friends and share a passion for making great wine
Founding Winemakers include Ben Glaetzer, fifth generation viticulturist Geoff Hardy, winemaker Scott Collett, vineyard manager John Pargeter and wine industry professional Grant Tilbrook. It was a natural progression for these good friends to pool their resources and expertise to establish their own label. All Heartland wines are made with fruit from the directors' own, mature vineyards at Limestone Coast (23km north of Padthaway) and Langhorne Creek (east of Adelaide, on the Fleurieu Peninsula - one of Australia's oldest wine regions)
 Heartland

There are three ranges under the Heartland Wines label, Heartland Stickleback, Heartland Coast & Creek and the flagship Directors' Cut Shiraz. Few labels will match the pedigree of this dynamic group that is attracting attention for its well-made, distinctively Australian wines. Chief winemaker Ben Glaetzer has been nominated along with father Colin for the prestigious 2004 QANTAS Australian Gourmet Traveler WINE magazine Winemaker of the Year award. Ben's, a Roseworthy graduate, grew up within the wine industry and started his career working as a cellarhand at Barossa Valley Estate and then as Winemaker at Tyrrell's.

He has travelled and worked extensively throughout the world's wine regions and is now based in the Barossa Valley where he makes the Glaetzer family wines with his father, Colin. Ben's ability to implement traditional winemaking techniques with a modern flair is reflected in such wines as Heartland Viognier Pinot Gris and Heartland Dolcetto Lagrein.

Heartland's Grant has specialised in providing advice in most aspects of vineyard operation, wine production and winery management to South Australia's wine industry. Scott Collett's family wine business, Woodstock Wines in McLaren Vale, was established by his father, Doug, in 1973. Scott took over the business after he graduated from Roseworthy in 1982. Today, he continues the family tradition at Woodstock and also adds his winemaking and entrepreneurial talents to Heartland.

Geoff Hardy is one of Australia's premier viticulturalists who has consulted to wineries throughout Australia, and in France. Geoff, a fifth generation descendant of South Australian wine pioneer Thomas Hardy, has overseen the planting of Heartland's vineyards. General Manager Vicki Arnold has worked in the wine trade in Australia and the UK for more than 20 years. She has played an active role in various wine industry groups and is currently an Australian Wine and Brandy Corporation wine inspector. Vicki brings her experience in international sales and marketing to Heartland Wines.

John Pargeter planted his first vineyard 25 years ago and now manages Heartland's 520 acre Angas Vineyard at Langhorne Creek. Having studied viticulture, he ran vineyard nurseries specialising in new grape varieties and grafting. He is chairman of the Langhorne Creek Wine Growers' Association. Gino Melino manages the 400 acre Wirrega vineyard at Limestone Coast. He draws on his family's extensive background in grape growing. He is a leader in eco-friendly methods of irrigation and pest control in the vineyard.

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