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1 - 12 of 21 Wines By Penfolds
Penfolds 76 Seventy Six Shiraz Cabernet
Barossa McLaren Wrattonbully
Available by the dozen
Originally released in 1976, the Koonunga Hill range has established a sound reputation for quality and consistency, while availing red wine enthusiasts of the opportunity to approach the enduring Penfolds style. The inaugural 1976 vintage of Koonunga Hill Shiraz Cabernet was a legendary wine, still drinking well at Penfolds red wine recorking clinics. Reissued under the Seventy Six moniker, it has attracted a tremendous amount of critical acclaim, twice recipient of the highly prestigious Wine Press Club Trophy for Best Dry Red Wine.
$2199each
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A mostly Shiraz wine with a vital component of good Cabernet, assembled from harvests grown to choice Penfold vineyards, owned and operated by the most dedicated growers. Penfolds have had greater experience with Cabernet Sauvignon than any other Australian winemaker, the development of Cabernet vineyards in Australia is due in no small part to their efforts. Vines are trained and pruned throughout the growing season, allowing optimum ripening conditions for maximum flavour, fine tannin structure and balanced acidity. Fruit is treated to a temperature controlled fermentation and full malolactic, followed by fifteen months in a selection of seasoned and new American oak hogsheads.
 
Deep, darkly coloured core, purple robes. Brooding dark fruit nose, stylish oak with elements of char. Mocha, dark chocolate, liquorice, aniseed and black olives gives way to more savoury notes of demi-glace and lamb. A rounded, balanced palate with generous plush fruits. Texturally appealing, excellent grip and fine, pronounced tannins in support of red berry and cranberry fruits. Ideal with beef, lamb and Mediterranean recipes.
Penfolds Bin 128 Coonawarra Shiraz
Coonawarra
Available in cartons of six
In 1960 Bill Redman persuaded Max Schubert to acquire a parcel of Coonawarra Terra rossa soil and the Bin 128 experience was born. It was originally labelled as Claret, and whilst the quality of Shiraz has increased immeasurably ever since, very little has changed about how Bin 128 is made, it's vinification follows the traditional Penfolds house style. One of the few Penfold wines which are sourced exclusively from a specific region, Bin 128 reflects the uniqueness of Coonawarra and the elegant, stylish expressions of cooler climate Terra rossa Shiraz.
$5999each
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Crimson colour, deep red core. Delicately scented with fragrances of lavender/, rosemary and rose petal. Well absorbed oak, cedar and a suggestion of regional artefact, spearmint and blackcurrant pastille. Subtle background scents of fruit mince, sage and brown butter cautiously seep in to fill any aromatic void. A linear, defined palate, alluring flavours, prominent grainy tannins, French oak in balance, stylishly understated, finishing firm.
Penfolds Bin 138 Shiraz Grenache Mourvedre
Barossa
Available by the dozen
The Barossa Valley was planted extensively to Grenache, Mourvedre and Shiraz by early settlers. In the 1950s Penfolds started experimenting with the blend, trials which culminated in the release of Bin 138s forebears. An answer to the growing call for the highly perfumed and fleshy Rhone style of red, Bin 138 is sourced from old, low yielding Barossa Valley sites, much of the fruit from independent growers. This is a very special Penfolds red wine indeed, one of the few that remains in component form whilst maturing in small, well seasoned oak barrels.
$5999each
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Bin 138 is a full bodied style with the emphasis on musky plum aromas and succulent sweet fruit. Vintage and the quality of fruit determine the final wine, hence varietal proportions vary accordingly. Normally half is Grenache wine with a balance of Mourvedre and Shiraz, picked from elder vineyards which yield small amounts of intensely flavoured fruit. Sumptuous, seamless and substantial yet charmingly unpretentious, the final wine makes it hard to separate the cepage into it's varietal components, a complex entrapment and entanglement of Barossa fruits, soil and sun. Bin 138 is assembled after several rackings and a year's maturation in a selection of prior use American oak hogsheads.
 
Dense magenta colour. Aromatic leap from the glass, savoury and Rhônish, cold meats and pan jus, cinnamon, raspberry and red liquorice, dark red berried fruits and jelly bean. Medium to full bodied, substantial structual verging on lush, viscous youth. A suggestion of kirsch and maraschino, fruitcake mix. White chocolate and mocha flavours over powdery, soft rounded tannins.
Penfolds Bin 144 Yattarna Chardonnay
Available in cases of 6
The national Chardonnay flagship, Bin 144 adds a new chapter to the history of great Australian wine, known as the white Grange, a quest to capture the holy grail of new world Chardonnay. After gathering components of the rarest and most outstanding excellence, precious harvests of the most intensely flavoured, well concentrated grapes, redolent with luscious apple, white peach and melon flavours, Penfolds have applied their compelling house style to create a memorable white wine of immense profile, stunning bouquets, solid palate structure and luxurious minerality.
$14999each
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Pale straw, brilliant lime hues. Green apple and citrus bouquets, grapefruit notes, malty, cashew nut oak. Complex and tightly structured, the flavoursome palate displays elegant lemon rind, melon and passionfruit characters, background cedar oak is balanced with a malty, biscuit character time spent on yeast lees. Texturally rich, viscosity, crispness and refined minerally acid, the wine finishes clean and soft with outstanding length.
Penfolds Bin 2 Shiraz Mataro
Available in cartons of six
The abstruse Bin 2 saw its inaugural vintage in 1960 but was discontinued until the 1970s. Originally branded as an Australian Burgundy, Bin 2 has always been a soft, medium bodied mix of Mourverdre and Shiraz characterised by complexity and palate grip. Treated to a year's maturation in seasoned French and American oak, its succulent, juicy and fresh Rhônesque orientation is underpinned by an alluring savoury base of quinces and date pudding, decidedly old world in styling, the understated affluence of Bin 2 demands deliberation and calls for cuisine.
$3999each
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Penfolds Bin 23 Pinot Noir
Adelaide Hills
Available by the dozen
From fruit grown to some of Penfold's most painstakingly husbanded vines, aged in French oak at Cellar 23, under the original Penfold wineworks at Magill, Bin 23 is a bold style displaying clear regionality while showcasing the complexity of many and varied clones Pinot Noir. Rich and silky but not for the faint of heart, a clever balancing act without any attempt to create a Burgundian imposter, Bin 23 is proudly Penfold and unashamedly Adelaide Hills, through and through.
$5099each
$611DOZEN
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The relationship between Penfolds and the cool climate, higher altitudes of the Adelaide Hills goes back to the company's origins. Dr Penfold established his winemaking venture at Mackgill in 1844 to make Grenache wines which he would prescribe to patients. Exclusively hand picked grapes, with the inclusion of some whole bunches for complexity, are cold soaked and crushed before the free run juices, to the exception of any pressings, are naturally fermented followed by a single racking off gross lees. The finished wine is matured eight months in a combination of new and seasoned French oak barriques, before bottling, filtered but unfined.
 
Dark cherry red. Cherries and dark bramble fruits abound with attractive forest notes and lingering warm spice Subtle charry oak adds additional complexity in a discreet manner, leaving the bright fruit nuances to remain at centre stage. Strawberry and red berry fruits coat the mouth on a bed of soft tannins. A long and persistent finish that lingers and lingers, the wine's silky texture leaves the palate yearning for more. An exciting trio of Adelaide Hills, Penfolds and Pinot Noir.
Penfolds Bin 28 Kalimna Shiraz
Available in cartons of six
Bin 28 is back! Not that it ever went away, just in case anyone was wondering, but it's always worth a wait. Kalimna 28 is a showcase for warm climate Australian Shiraz, ripe, robust and generously flavoured, rich and cakey, without reliance on new oak or any excessive alcohol. Barossa Valley provides a substantial proportion of fruit, it is also home of the eminent Kalimna Vineyard, whence Bin 28 acquires its moniker. An enduring ambassador of the timeless and profound Australian Shiraz style, showing all elements in complete resonance.
$5199each
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A pure Shiraz, multi vineyard, poly-district blend, with a long history of memorable releases. Introduced as one of the first Penfolds Bin wines, Kalimna 28 has become an Australian classic. Indeed this style enjoys universal appeal because of its intensity, definition and fruit, ripe fleshy palate structure and generosity of flavour. A selection of grapes is picked off healthy vines, yielding the requisite quality of fruit, showing optimal flavour, typicity and vibrancy, grown to superior vineyards in Wrattonbully and McLaren Vale, Upper Adelaide and Barossa, Padthaway and Langhorne Creek. Following vinification and asssemblage, Bin 28 is treated to thirteen months in a selection of prior use American oak hogsheads.
 
Dense plum red. Currant and glacéed fruit, cherries, almonds and musk. Even and balanced across the palate, freshness and juiciness over soft supportive tannins, mousse textured, milk chocolate/cannoli custard flavours, chocolate milkshake sans malt. Berried fruits, assorted spices, positively, intriguingly. Understated, an elegant expression of Bin 28, yet with stature, the complete armament of Bin 28 DNA.
Penfolds Bin 311 Tumbarumba Chardonnay
Tumbarumba
Available in cartons of six
As vines in the emerging Snowy Ranges Tumbarumba district of New South Wales come of age, Penfolds can stray outside their jurisdictions in South Australia to acquire outstanding quality harvests of estate grown fruit for the construction of a generously flavoured and tastefully oaked Chardonnay. A beguiling and elegant wine, grapefruit characters define a citrus acid core, structural and textural, juicy with lemon pith phenolics providing great mouthfeel and length of flavour. Bin 311 offers profound varietal definition and seamless integration.
$5099each
$611DOZEN
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Tumbarumba is one of Australia's most exciting cool climate, high altitude viticultural districts. Penfolds has worked with Chardonnay here since the early 1990s. Attractive ripe citrus flavours develop in the grapes, while hanging onto delicate acidity, translating into a wine with excellent balance and finesse. The Bin 311 style typically expresses a mineral acid backbone, complemented by barrel fermentation and maturation in seasoned oak. The hand harvested grapes are brought to the winery in pristine condition. Minimal filtration is employed, preserving the elegant fruit flavours. The finished wine is matured several months in a selection of prior use French oak barriques.
 
Pale golden hue. Immediately, delicate aromas of spring flowers and lemon blossom abound, underpinned by nuances of nougat/ biscuity lees derived complexity, concluding with traces of freshly squeezed lemon drops. A fine and elegant palate showcasing white peach and nectarine stonefruit, finishing with a lovely wet river stone minerality providing wonderful persistence of flavour.
Penfolds Bin 389
Barossa McLaren
Available in cases of 6
For over half a century, Bin 389 has developed a strong identity for its consistency, reliability and value. Penfolds Bin 389 Cabernet Shiraz has earned a reputation among wine consumers and collectors as an Australian classic. With all its ripe fruit, richness and generosity, the wine has been much loved over several generations of wine drinkers, 389 is delicious to drink, immediately upon release. This great and famous wine over delivers on quality, the enduring Aussie accord of Cabernet and Shiraz, it's a very new world style of wine of the highest peerage.
$9799each
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Bin 389 epitomizes the Penfolds winemaking philosophy, vis a vis the artisanal craft of multi vineyard assemblage. Whilst the individual regional characters are completely integrated, it is ultimately the personality and structure of the fruit that really matters. Bin 389 is crafted to traditional methodolgies, Cabermet and Shiraz are vinified in headed down fermenters, some batches complete ferments in barrel to enhance the complexity, richness and integration of fresh new oak. Components are then matured in a high proportion of completely new American oak hogsheads for a year, many of the older seasoned barrels having conspicuously aged the previous vintage of Grange.
 
Dense deep red colour. Brimming with mochancoffee ground aromatics, heightened by black notes, appealing char and creamy, vanillin oak in the background. A flurry of fruits, spice and varietal markers abound. Voluminous and powerful, a sensory stratification of layers, unravelling flavours, festive pudding with roasted nuts, lamb and black olive, sarsaparilla spice. Tannins awashed, oak absorbed, fruit awakened.
Penfolds Bin 51 Eden Valley Riesling
Eden Valley
Available by the dozen
South Australia is well represented on prestigious international winelists for its icon Riesling wines, Valley Eden is at the very top of page. Formulated as part of the evolving Penfold white wine program, Bin 51 captures the very essence of the Eden Valley Riesling style. The region's high altitude and cool climate produces wines of great complexity and capacity for development. Bin 51 is bottled early to retain freshness, the definitive bone dry Riesling style with bright natural acidity, clear fruit aromas and wonderfully pristine, mouthfilling flavours.
$4099each
$491DOZEN
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The development of Bin 51 Eden Valley Riesling marks a new chapter in a long history of Penfolds trail blazing endeavours in white winemaking. Penfolds has established and fostered Eden Valley vineyards which are entirely specialized for the yielding of world class Riesling grapes, suitable for flagship wines with the capacity for long term, elegant ageing. A subregion of the Barossa, Eden Valley is approximately 450 metres above sea level. The Penfolds vineyards are located on particularly lean soil structures. The higher altitudes mean a cooler growing season, ideal for the aromatic varietals, Riesling in particular. Bin 51 spends three months at rest before being bottled early to retain varietal elegance.
 
Pale straw with lime green hues. Highly aromatic and perfumed, primary lavender florals and native lime, wafts of Chinese dragon fruit and lychee complex the offer, epsom bath salts add interest. Fresh and lively palate, tropical fruits abound, flavours of lemon curd and lime sorbet meet with instant approval. Texturally appealing phenolics enhance mouthfeel, wet stone acidity induces a crisp finish. Vibrant, clean and flavoursome, unadulterated Riesling with nothing to hide.
Penfolds Bin 8 Cabernet Shiraz
Coonawarra
Available by the dozen
Penfold's mastery at formulating superlative Shiraz and Cabernet accords is due in great part to the excellence of their vineyards, achieved through the assemblage of components into a wine which delivers true stylishness in the enduring and timeless Penfolds way. Great attention is paid to the ripeness of fruit that goes into Bin 8, making the wine fuller in style and sounder in structure. Pointedly named for the distinction of its maturation in a selection of pre loved oak barrels which have held vintages of Bin 28, Bin 128 and Bin 389.
$4499each
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Crimson red. White pepper notes, blackberry leaf and punnets of fresh raspberry, carpaccio, brine and red fruit liquorice. A steely, graphite core, rhubarb succulence, paprika, pomegranate and berry coulis, French and American oak in support, binding the palate and paving the way for compliant, powdery tannins.
Penfolds Cellar Reserve Viognier 375ml
Available in cartons of six
An exquisite dessert style of Viognier from fruit grown to a very special block of Barossa vine. Fashioned to titillate the senses and delight all enthusiasts of effusive, toothsome wines. Its moreish explosion of jasmine and ginger perfumes, viscosity and lusciousness, presages a richness of dried apricots, marmalade and preserved lemon compote, a refreshing tangy, lemon sherbet acidity contributes refined balance. A wicked aperitif to excite boisterous behaviour, a regal accompaniement to gateaux, steamed puddings or ripe, blue vein cheese.
$3999each
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1 - 12 of 21 Wines By Penfolds
Penfolds was founded by a young English doctor who migrated to one of his country's most distant colonies a century and a half ago

Dr Christopher Rawson Penfold was born in 1811, the youngest of 11 children. He studied medicine at St Bartholomew's Hospital, London, graduating in 1838. Like many doctors before and since, Dr Penfold had a firm belief in the medicinal value of wine. Before he left Britain he had obtained vine cuttings from the south of France and these were planted around the site of the modest stone cottage he built with his wife, Mary, at Magill on the outskirts of Adelaide in 1845. The couple called this house The Grange, after Mary's home in England.

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Dr Penfold built up his medical practice and made fortified wines - port and sherry - for his patients. As the demand for their wine grew, the Penfolds expanded the vineyards and increased production.

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Following Dr Penfold's death in 1870, the vineyards and winery continued to be very capably run by Mary Penfold, who had been fundamental in their establishment and development from the very beginning. The scale of Mary's success some 35 years after the company's small beginnings, is indicated by records showing that 107,000 gallons (close to 500,000 litres) of wine were stored at Magill in 1881. This quantity was said to represent one-third of all wine stored in South Australia at the time. By the turn of the century, the area under vine at Magill had grown to 50 ha (120 acres) and Penfolds was fast becoming a household name.

Penfolds owns vineyards throughout all the-major premium wine grape-growing regions of South Australia

As well as the Magill vineyard surrounding the original winery, there are Penfolds vineyards in the Barossa Valley, home of the world renowned Kalimna and Koonunga Hill vineyards. Vineyards are also owned in the Clare Valley, the Eden Valley (higher up and adjacent to the Barossa), McLaren Vale just south of Adelaide, and in Padthaway and Coonawarra in the far south-east of the state. Grapes are also purchased under long-term contracts from all premium areas in South Australia. Additionally the company has developed vineyards and growers in the emerging premium wine regions of Robe and Bordertown.

The Magill Vineyard is Penfolds spiritual home, the site where Penfolds Wines was founded in 1844. Since the 1970s the land has been subject to the pressures of urban development and today just 5.2 ha (12.5 acres) of Shiraz vines remain, surrounding the Grange cottage. The grapes are used to produce Magill Estate Shiraz, the only wine still produced at the historic Magill winery.

The soil is fertile red-brown earth and the climate is generally warm. The oldest vines were planted in 1951 and the most recent in 1985. On average the Magill Vineyard yields about 40 tonnes of grapes. Kalimna is mostly planted to Shiraz and Cabernet, and produces the base, or motherwine, for Grange. The vineyard is located at the northern end of the Barossa, 4km (2.5 miles) north of Nuriootpa. The mature parts of the Kalimna vineyard were planted in the 1940s and 1950s.

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There are gnarled, century-old Cabernet vines on the Golf Course Block - also called Block 42 - that sprawl, untrellised, over the ground and provide high-intensity fruit for Bin 707. In 1973 a 30ha block 5km north-east of Kalimna in the Barossa Valley, was selected and purchased by then Penfolds Chief Winemaker Max Schubert. It was planted two-thirds to Shiraz and one-third to Cabernet Sauvignon. The Koonunga Hill vineyard contributes to Penfolds red wines such as Grange, Bin 707 Cabernet Sauvignon, Bin 389 Cabernet, Shiraz, St Henri Shiraz and Kalimna Bin 28 Shiraz. Average yield is between four and six tonnes per hectare or about 1.5 to 2.5 tons per acre.

Penfolds invested in the Clare region, about 130km (80 miles) north of Adelaide, in the-late 1970s, at the recommendation of Max Schubert. The vineyards are now established and contribute to a number of premium wines, including the Penfolds Organic red wine. In Max Schubert, Don Ditter, John Duval and Peter Gago, Penfolds have nurtured four of Australia's great winemakers, who have passed the baton of responsibility for crafting Australia's most famous wines down through the past five decades.

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