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  Next draw: September 30th 2014
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It's here! The brand new vintage from one of your favourites and boy is it good!
Simply wonderful, quality driven Estate grown and nurtured Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc! Engrossing light, lime green to the eye, it just begs you to remove the twist top and have that first satisfying sip. The nose shows classic lifted cool climate Sauvignon characters of gooseberry, passionfruit and lychee. The palate is similarly bright with tropical and citrus notes mingling with some intense peppery minerality underpinned with fresh mouth watering acidity.
Fire up the barbie and throw on some fresh prawns, char-grill some squid and serve with lemon and rocket and wash down with this irresistible lip-smacking Savvy. Just brilliant!
WBW rating 93/100
$11.99 per bottle (save 50%)
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Mount Fishtail Sauvignon Blanc 2013
Sunnycliff Shiraz 2013
Here’s a Shiraz that personifies the classic Australian ‘ripe fruit in a glass’ ethos and delivers a wine of immense drinkability. A chunky red with sweet, brambly fruit and chocolaty flavours, it's literally screaming out to be enjoyed over a juicy, charred up piece of lamb from the BBQ. You can almost smell the sunshine in this deliciously Australian wine, the very essence of sweet, ripe fruit and dusty red soil. It exhibits aromas of blueberries and spice as well as subtle vanillin oak before a palate of juicy fruit, subtle oak, soft tannins and a long finish .It's a no brainer really! An easy-drinking red that will keep your thirsty guests happy as they go back to pour a second glass.
WBW rating 93/100
$9.89 per bottle (save 45%)
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Here's a grown up version of a Savvy B? It's an awesome example of what a little time in the bottle does to a Sauv Blanc that is built to last. It's amazing, the development of the aromatics and the integration of the fruit flavours! It takes it to a whole new level!
Visually, it's still a very pale straw in the glass. The nose is full of tropical notes and good herbaceous characteristics. The palate is fresh and fruity with a crisp acid finish. Tropical flavours including melon and lychee are nicely complemented by green herbaceous characters of capsicum and green pea. Give this a whirl with some grilled salmon, Vietnamese cold rolls or a warm chicken Caesar salad. It's just divine! Aromatic yeast selection coupled with cool fermentation is essential to preserve the fruit characters in this wine. Parcels of fruit are fermented separately and the best set aside for blending so that this wine can be released and consumed when drinking at its best.
WBW rating 92/100
$9.99 per bottle (save 50%)
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Cracker Jack Far Paddock Sauvignon Blanc 2009
The Trial Heathcote Marsanne 2008
This wine from Hanging Rock simply lifts you up from an average day and transports you to wine Nirvana! Lashings of lusciousness surround an aromatic pallet of quince, figs and spice. The legs on the glass go for ever and the lip smacking, high fidelity mouthfeel just stays true for ages. Marsanne is a full-bodied white-wine variety from the Rhone Valley, that is perhaps best known for its role in the celebrated whites of Hermitage. Almost all Australian wine drinkers know of Tahbilk Marsanne and understand that with a few years age - like Riesling, Marsanne often comes out from under a rock and simply explodes in the mouth with svelte, sophisticated indecency. This wine is not finished yet and will go on for years to come - Cellar for 5+ years yet to see the further magic to be revealed. YUM!
WBW rating 92/100
$7.99 per bottle (save 60%)
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If you would like to try perfect Riesling, one coming from an area that excels in producing ultra premium Riesling and a wine that sits as a stunning triumph - I suggest this wine would be the one for you. It is perfectly balanced with fruit/acid/aromatics and length with a price that seems incredible! The nose is laden with lemon & lime citrus zest, hints of ripe white peach and some floral notes. Lemon & lime headline on the palate also with classic crisp acidy and lingering fruit to finish. The wine is perfect for a quiet Saturday afternoon guest along with the newspaper and the casual pat of the dog by your side.
Getting to food will be a pleasure as the wine boldly matches seafood , scallops and oysters with a punch of chilli and pesto. So, with slightly less alcohol, plenty of depth and lip smacking acidity, this wine will steal the show.
WBW rating 92/100
$9.99 per bottle (save 33%)
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The Good Paddock Clare Valley Riesling 2013
Heartland Shiraz 2012
Heartland is the place between the vines that offers the best view of the gum trees. They produce wines that remain true to the recognized Australian style, while ensuring a balanced structure and appealing texture. Heartland Shiraz is a pure expression of Australia’s most iconic variety.
The intense colour preempts a wine of dense, layered black fruit. The aromas of anise and cracked pepper are enveloped in classic blackberry. An echo of mint is brought to the palate by the addition of a small amount of Limestone Coast fruit. The glass coating texture belies a wine of restraint and balance. The fruit weight is a perfect counterpoint to the structure imparted by oak and skin and 2012 is a year of exceptional quality.
WBW rating 92/100
$18.99 per bottle (save 14%)
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Find yourself a nice sunny spot, sit back, relax and enjoy the moment. For those who love the powerfully robust style of Chardonnay with real flavour and character, this wine combines that luscious richness with a sensitive clean freshness. It’s like bumping into an old friend, familiar yet it has an added dimension, exciting and provocative. It has generous oak intensity with ripe fruit characters of melon and peach with buttery vanilla cream, shortbread and hazelnuts. It’s got a gorgeous appearance with hints of gold and a seductive bouquet of tropical fruits and honey. The palate is full-bodied with silky oak tannins and integrated acid and alcohol sweetness.
Vintage 2012 was excellent for McLaren Vale, not too hot, but warm enough to produce ripe, rich flavours. Lots of lees contact and some oxidative handling softens the acidity and builds palate weight and texture. It’s great with a multitude of dishes and I prefer to serve it with only light chilling (approx 12 degrees) which allows the oaky, buttery characters to come through on the finish.
WBW rating 94/100
$10.99 per bottle (save 69%)
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Chris Hill Reserve McLaren Vale Chardonnay 2012