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Chateau Vieux Manoir Bordeaux 2011
Chateau Vieux Manoir Bordeaux 2011 - limited quantities only
Bronze Winner: Decanter International Wine Awards
There's still something incredibly sacred about French wine. When you twist the corkscrew and hear the soft pop as you remove the cork, glugging the contents into your glass, it's as if you are taking part in something almost mythical. For centuries these guys have been the epicenter of romance and the cork would have to be the symbol of that - a reminder of the long heritage you're about to partake it! Here is a wonderful, traditional Cabernet blend from Bordeaux. A deeply coloured red-brick hued wine. Complex bouquet of black cherry with mint, tobacco, cigar box and earth. A soft, stylish and mature assemblage, generously proportioned, bourgeoise style, with delicately fragrant oak, silky tannins and excellent fruit character. Do your best rendition of a French classic with this one and match with braised lamb or a crusty baguette with a good old fashioned Gruyere fondue.
WBW rating 94/100
$15.49 per bottle (save 47%)
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Raymond Chan: 17.5/20"This is a fulsome, ripe and densely packed, boysenberry fruited, jammy Shiraz."
Raymond Chan knows his stuff, so I was intrigued to get my hot little hands on the Luna after his rave review of it. It's a pretty rare thing to have a wine with this sort of acclaim coming in at just $16 a bottle, but here we are! Easily too big for its boots, this stunningly good Shiraz drinks more like a $40 bottle. There's ripping amounts of bold, fleshy fruit characters, a structured oak presence and a lingering mouth feel. A unique and slurpy blend of 94% Shiraz with just a dash (6%), of the Italian Barbera, the glass is a lush dense purple with ruby hues. Aromatics of lifted red berry fruit with savoury spice notes and hints of jubes. Vibrant red berry fruits burst onto the palate with spicy plums. Fine savoury tannins linger on the palate. Will reward cellaring for 3-5 years. Cook up a creamy quail risotto with wild field mushrooms, a dollop of goat curd and a sprinkling of freshly torn dill.
WBW rating 94/100
$15.99 per bottle (save 30%)
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Chalk Hill Luna Shiraz 2013
Xanadu Next of Kin Sauvignon Blanc Semillon 2014
WIINER GOLD: Royal Adelaide Wine Show- "BEST DRY WHITE BLEND"
Being "next of kin" to the lineage that is the powerhouse of Xanadu puts this SSB in very good stead. Xanadu have three tiers under their label, this is their entry level option. Snagging a lazy Gold for "Best Dry White Blend" though, this is by far the best entry level wine I'm yet to try and is evidence of the quality Xanadu are producing. An easy drinking “classic dry white” that shows great balance of zesty limes. Honest lip-smacking acidity with a clean refreshing and crisp finish. Seriously good value not to be overlooked.
WBW rating 94/100
$15.99 per bottle (save 24%)
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Last time we had the Maud Island in stock we warned customers to beware because this Savvy runs out the door! A customer favourite, we rarely get to unpack the pallet before it's shipped and out the door! So, I will say to you now what we said last time, get in now while the going is good! Excellent fresh Savvy rippling with intensity, it needs no introduction, but I'll do it anyway. Glorious passionfruit mixed with crunchy green apple, some kiwi fruit and a gorgeous array of beautiful exotic fruits on the palate that is absolutely enticing and exciting from the get go. This is sure to be one of the more memorable Savvy's.
WBW rating 93/100
$7.99 per bottle by the dozen (save 62%)
$8.99 per bottle individually
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Maud Island Sauvignon Blanc 2013
The Trial Heathcote Verdelho 2011
Do you Verdelho? If not, you should! Popping up on wine lists in some of Australia's top restaurants, this is an ideal food wine. Aroma and depth of palate really describes the wine. I anticipate as you knock off at the end of another school day, unload the shopping and reach for the cook book, this wine will simply add some spicy punch to your life and senses whilst being sessionable for the evening and the food. Long afternoon lunches with friends will disappear into early evenings with this wine as the perfect accompaniment. Be different, try something a little exotic and you will be ahead of the revolution!
Lower in alcohol yet fuller in body means the Trial really punches above its weight - delivering some serious flavour and partnering well with food at almost any level. Velvety smooth, offering a brilliant aroma of tropical fruits and honeysuckle. The weight of the mouthfeel though and the luxurious manner the wine holds intensity in the mouth really makes this wine memorable and ultimately enjoyable.
WBW rating 92/100
$7.99 per bottle (save 60%)
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