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, Pinot Noir 2020$80.00Add to cart
Light ruby in the glass. Some herbaceousness hits at first, but more cherry, raspberry and plum swim to the surface. Tightly-knit on the palate with pronounced dark berry flavours, a lot of spicy bitterness, a little leather and the slightest hint of savoury old oak flavours. An explosion of acidity and just a brush of tannins. Definitely a no-nonsense Pinot Noir, in dire need of hearty food.
Heartland Shiraz 2018$70.00Add 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 2017$85.00Add to cart
Sourced from vineyards in Napa, Sonoma, Mendocino and Lodi, Joel Gott is making classic Cabernets with rich aromas of blackberry, black currant and mocha. The wine is built on a solid frame, well-balanced and round on the finish.
Saldo Zinfandel 2018$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.
Kalleske, Greenock Shiraz 2008$130.00Add to cart
Greenock Shiraz is dark red-black in colour. It is aromatically very lifted and expressly attractive with ripe fruits, sweet & savoury spice, Christmas cake, blueberry, dark chocolate, rose perfume and a hint of toast. The dense palate continues with these beautiful rich fruit flavours complexed by background oak. It is a very full-bodied wine of great depth and intensity. Whilst a solid wine, it has balance and freshness about it. The natural tannins are very fine, giving a lightly grippy and enticing structure. There are many layers to this Shiraz, with engrossment at every level. The finish is remarkably long and extremely engaging. Greenock is a complex Barossa Shiraz that has a long cellaring future.