Cullen Red Moon 2020$65.00Add to cart
57% Malbec, 37% Petit Verdot and 6% Merlot from the Mangan vineyard. Medium red with ruby tinges. Plum, Cherries with lifted floral notes on the nose. Medium bodied with dark cherries, blueberries and savoury notes on the finish. Cellar with confidence for at least 10 years.
Frederick Stevenson, Pinata, Red Blend 2020$80.00Add to cart
Even though Barossa is not famous for producing light and crunchy reds, by now you may have figured out that our main man Freddy is not “in the box”. A GSM blend, this wine is what the French call ‘vin de soif’ – fragrant, light, juicy and ridiculously smashable. The whole-bunch fermentation gives it a grippy edge and a bit more character than your everyday house pour.
Steve Crawford aka the pirate winemaker brings incredible energy and character to South Australia’s wine scene. Steve’s initial goal was to become a chef, but while working in a garden store he realised he wanted to do something that involved travelling and being outside. His grand dream came true and today, he represents the firm backbone of the Barossa avant-garde movement.
Maxwell Eight Bells Shiraz 2016$85.00Add to cart
A purple rim encompasses a core of deep ruby. The aromas are surprisingly dominated by red rather than black fruits and hints of spice. The blackberry fruit of the palate is accompanied by a playlist of spices, with cinnamon and liquorice on high rotation.
Chateau Michelle Cabernet Sauvignon 2018$85.00Add to cart
Chateau Ste. Michelle crafts this Columbia Valley Cabernet to highlight concentrated Washington red fruit in an accessible style. This is an inviting Cab with plenty of complexity and structure with silky tannins. It's also very versatile with food.
Blend: 85% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Syrah, 2% Merlot, 1% Malbec, 1% Petit Verdot, 1% Grenache, 1% Cabernet Franc.
Saldo, “The Prisoner” Zinfandel NV$88.00Add to cart
Bright acids perk up the sweet red berry fruit in this lively, flavourful 100% Zinfandel from vineyards in Dry Creek. Fresh, vinous and so wonderfully inviting, the 2017 is delicious now, but also has the energy to develop in bottle for another decade, perhaps more.
Little Red Demon G.S.M 2018$110.00Add to cart
This cherry-hued GSM blend is bright, open and oh-so-Aussie. Fleshy, ripe raspberry and cherry fruit lead the nose, backed by cinnamon, bay leaf and ground pepper aromas. The medium-weight palate is more straightforward, with fresh berry fruit wound in savory, sappy tannins that feel a touch astringent, particularly on the finish.
Foundling Fiano 2021$65.00Add to cart
A lovely blend of Chenin Blanc and Verdelho. Aromatic, crunchy, super refreshing. A wine to drink straight from the bottle on the beach, no glasses needed.
Baia’s Wine, Krakhuna 2020$65.00Add to cart
Youthful, almost soft nose - pear drop, passionfruit, hay and hints of asparagus. The mouthfeel excites on first contact, offering spectacular richness and roundness, but simultaneously remaining light as a feather. Acid is not tart or green like you get in your textbook Sauvignon, but very mellow and balanced with the low abv. Gentle minerality on the finish. An easily approachable crowd-pleaser for those in want of an aromatic, crisp white wine that's a tad different.
Juniper Estate Chardonnay 2019$60.00Add to cart
A crisp, lightweight and acid-driven, yet quite broad, round and creamy Chardonnay. Great complexity for those that seek it.
Ministry of Clouds Riesling 2021$70.00Add to cart
Youthful, almost soft nose - pear drop, passionfruit, hay and hints of asparagus. The mouthfeel excites on the first contact, offering spectacular richness and roundness, but simultaneously remaining light as a feather. Acid is not tart or green like you get in your textbook Sauvignon, but very mellow and balanced with the low abv. Gentle minerality on the finish. An easily approachable crowd-pleaser for those in want of an aromatic, crisp white wine that's a tad different.
Bellwether Chardonnay 2016$105.00Add to cart
The fruitiest and the spiciest of the varietals – a unique wine. It is in Alsace that this grape variety reaches the height of perfection. Its dry personality makes it ideal as an aperitif and it pairs extremely well with specialty cuisine with pronounced flavors.
The Lost Plot, Rose 2020$60.00Add to cart
Light salmon pink in the glass. Pleasant, sort of sweet aromatics - cranberry, candied cherry, raspberry. Very fruit-driven on the palate as well. Simple, refreshing, light. Alcohol is much lighter compared to the 2019 vintage, giving way to a lot more acidity. Great wine, works well at the price.