Tuscany is without doubt a wine region that produces some of the most important reds in the World. It is a region full of tradition, but in continuous evolution since the introduction of international grape varietals and the use of the French barrels that became common in the seventies. Beginning in the 80's and through the 90's the new wines, the Super Tuscans, benefited the whole Tuscan region. A tasty introduction to Tuscany's signature wine. A medium-bodied dry red of distinctive regional character, displaying the savoury hallmarks of the areas predominant red grape, Sangiovese.
Franco & Rico Malbec
Malbec was originally a grape associated with south-west France but today it is celebrated more in South America, namely Argentina. Known for its plump, dark fruit flavours and smoky finish, Malbec wine offers a great alternative to higher priced grape varieties. Franco & Rico Cherry red in colour with purple hues, you will be enticed by the aromas of blackberries and cherries. This Malbec is full of plum and blueberry flavours with soft undertones of sweet spice.
Fifth Leg Red Blend
From Devil's Lair, one of Western Australia's most accomplished wineries, this young blend from Fifth Leg opens with inviting aromas of plums, berries, spice and earth. Medium-bodied, with silky, smooth mouthfeel, it has fine tannins carrying a lingering cedary aftertaste.
Shingleback Haycutters Salmon Rose
The Greeks first made Rose 26 centuries ago when they settled in Provence, the oldest wine growing region in France. The light colour of Rose is a result of the short amount of time the grape and skins stay in contact after being crushed. Today, hundreds of years later, Rose continues to gain popularity, and regions like Mclaren Vale are now producing outstanding medal winning Roses like this one! Shingleback Haycutters Salmon Rose, Gold Medal National Wine Show of Australia 2017. Aromas of freshly picked summer raspberries and strawberries are pierced with fragrant lemon rind. Nuances of rose petals and a hint of dusty minerality tease the senses. A compote of red berry flavours flows over the finely textured palate which is defined by a lingering acidity and savoury moreishness. Gold Medal | National Wine Show of Australia 2017 Gold Medal | Royal Queensland Wine Show 2017
St Sagnol Coteaux Varois en Provence Rose
A very delicate nose, fresh with aromas of red fruits. On the palate, soft approach with persistent flavours of fresh fruits of red currant, cherry and citrus St Sagnol is like the hilltop villages of the Coteaux Varois, an authentic and generous wine. Thanks to its terroir the wine finds its typical Provencal aromatic wealth and freshness.
Fifth Leg Rose
Fleshy red fruits of strawberries are apparent on the nose - this is bright, fresh and very tempting. The red fruited theme continues on the palate with savoury notes keeping the palate balanced. Cleansing acidity creates a crisp and cleansing finish. In typical Rose fashion, extremely moreish!
19 Crimes Uprising
Shiraz dominant red blended wine lending bright raspberry fruit and plush tannin structure with Cabernet Sauvignon to provide blackberry fruits , palate weight and structure and then Grenache to provide spice and fruit sweetness on the palate. The nose has intense lifted mocha, caramel and baking spice notes. The palate is full and mouth coating with brown sugar, jammy blackberry and chocolate notes.
Squealing Pig Rose
Winner of Best Still Rosé award at the Sydney International Wine Competition 2016, this Pinot Noir Rosé from Marlborough is full of intensity and flavour. Youll find flavours of mandarin, watermelon and strawberry with a fresh finish.
Madfish Premium Dry Red
Bringing four different grape varieties together from around Western Australia, this wine is a great choice if you love Cabernet Sauvignon but want to try something different. Soft and juicy with a fleshy fruitiness. Grainy tannins and subtle oak supporting the savoury plummy fruit characters. If you're looking for current drinking, then this one is right on the money.
Barossa Wine Company Barossa Valley Wine Co Gravel Track GSM
Senior winemaker Jamie Saint, pursues his passion for the wines of the Barossa through the Barossa Valley Wine Company. He crafts wines of sophistication, each with the perfect balance of elegance, power and grace. Gravel Track pays tribute to the long gravel and limestone track that winds its way through our historic 60-year-old Farms vineyard. Lifted aromas of red cherry and raspberry complemented by clove and lavender on the nose, with a rich, earthy and vibrant palate. Soft velvety tannins provide a silky yet persistent finish, punctuated with bright redcurrant and blueberry characters and a subtle background of spice from twelve months French oak maturation.
Casa Santos Lima Quinta De Bons Ventos
'You will be a star, for little money, if you take this to a dinner party. A blend of four indigenous Portuguese varieties, this has cherries and chocolate flavours that have a savoury edge and a gentle finish.' - Jeff Collerson, Daily Telegraph.