Wirra Wirra Mrs Wigley Rose

With strawberry, melon and flower petal flavours this Mrs. Wigley fits the bill of a real racy Rose. It's made from Grenache, has a touch of sweetness, a zesty kick and finishes squeaky clean, leaving a refreshing zing in the mouth.

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Rose D'Amelie AOC Luberon Rose

Vines have flourished in the Luberon for hundreds of years with the grapes benefiting from the warmth of the Mediterranean climate whilst retaining a lovely fresh finish. A wonderful crisp and fruity Rose with notes of wild strawberries and fresh cherries. Perfect as an aperitif or as a partner to fish and shellfish, chicken dishes and salads.

Devils Lair Honeybomb Rose

A sip of Devil's Lair Honeybomb is an expression of flavour, colour andtextures in the mouth. Light pink with a copper hue, this wine has crushed summer berry flavours with a creamy texture and a seductive hint of sweetness. Sourced from Western Australia and made at Devils Lair winery, this wine continues the wineries philosophy of making wines that define the region, respect the variety and are delicious to drink. Enjoy the explosion.

Devils Lair Honeybomb Cabernet Merlot

A Western Australian stunner with a rich and luscious fruit filled palate of mixed berry flavours. The cabernet provides excellent fine tannin structure and the merlot adding spice and violet perfume with generous mouthfeel. Simply delicious.

Jim Barry 'Barry & Sons' Rose

This great Clare Valley Rose opens up with cherry and strawbery succulent red berry fruit flavours. The wine is a great balance with ripe red fruits and a savoury, spicy edge which makes it easy on the palate and perfect for 'al fresco' dining.

Bonpas Cotes du Rhone Villages Plan de Dieu

Grenache was made famous for its role in the great blended wines of the Southern Rhone. And its no understatement to say its been used as something of a bit part actor playing second fiddle to the limelight-hogging big names like shiraz. But those who know wine know Grenache is capable of being a superstar in its own right. In Australia, where some of the oldest Grenache vines in the world are found, its enjoying a well-deserved resurgence. Winemakers are treating this somewhat overlooked wine with greater respect, producing spicier, prettier expressions or creating juicy blends that pay tribute to the classic wines of the Rhone Valley. Looking for charming wine? Look no further than this rising star Bonpas Cotes du Rhone Villages. The bouquet is complex and generous with notes of blackcurrant and spices. The palate is rich and dynamic with lovely flavors of black fruit and sweet spices with a very long finish.

Annie's Lane Clare Valley Cabernet Merlot

A vibrant deep red from Clare Valley SA. This easy drinking wine is sure to be a firm favourite for a sit down dinner. At this price we suggest you take a stroll down Annies Lane.

Guigal Cotes du Rhone Rouge

The Guigal family owns vineyards in prime locations throughout the Appellations of Côte-Rôtie, Condrieu, Hermitage and Saint-Joseph from where their iconic wines are produced. The Guigal cellars are located in the centre of the town of Ampuis, on the right bank of the Rhône River, about 40 km south of Lyon. The Côtes du Rhône region stretches 200 km from Vienne in the north to Avignon in the south. Côtes-du-Rhône is the workhorse red of the southern Rhône Valley and is blended from up to 13 grape varieties, but usually leans heavily on grenache and syrah (Shiraz). Deep, bright, garnet-red in colour, it is a fresh, crisp wine with small soft fruit and spices. A full-bodied, elegant wine, with mellow tannins, warmth and aromatic intensity.

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.

Ruffino Chianti

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.

Happs Preservative Free Red

Happs Preservative Free Red offers up a Margaret River excellence that doesn't disappoint. A mix with Pinot Noir, Shiraz, Merlot and Grenache all combined. This is lifted with red fruits including cherry, strawberry and dark fruits as well as some charry oak. The palate is youthful and fresh with some savoury characters as well as intense berry fruit that dares you to have another glass.