Penola Estate Cabernet Shiraz
Coonawarra Cabernet Shiraz, the classic Australian blend for everyday drinking & best of all won't break the bank. Loads of dark fruits, a decent dollop of spicy oak and pretty impressive length and character here. It's medium bodied and finishes with a fine tannic grip.
Earthworks Succession Barossa Shiraz Cabernet Sauvignon 750m
Earthworks celebrates the toil and persistence of the founding generation of winemakers and viticulturists from the Barossa. The new Succession range, observes the importance of lineage, custodianship and community. The wine reveals deep garnet and ruby hues on the eye. A nose of coffee grounds, cocoa powder, sage bush and brambled blueberry gives way to violets, smoked white spice, roasted coconut and cedar wood. On the palate the wine has fruit sweetness wrapped around lengthy, chalky tannins and touches of moreish olive tapenade to finish.
Taylors One Small Step Cabernet Merlot
The 20th of July 1969 is a significant day in history: not only was it the day that astronaut Neil Armstrong took one small step on the surface of the moon, but also the same day Bill Taylor travelled to, and first set foot on, what was to become their renowned family vineyard. While one stepped on the barren lunar surface, the other stepped on rich terra rossa soils with the hope and determination to craft wines to rival the world's best. Taylors One Small Step Cabernet Merlot delivers flavours of ripe plum, red berries along with subtle liquorice and chocolate, finishing in a smooth and elegant fashion. This is such an easy-drinking, soft and approachable wine. There is wonderful flavour and richness but its not at all confrontinga bit like a red wine with training wheelsand a true little treasure!
Ch Latour Camblanes Bordeaux
Stylish as ever, Château Latour Camblanes 2012 is ruby red in colour; pleasing aromas of juicy fruits develop on the nose alongside fine hints of baking spices. The palate has a lovely velvety feel, with delightful flavours of freshly-picked red berries and notes of cocoa and cardamom. An elegant tannic structure gives finesse and a well-balanced, flavourful finish. A fabulous red for cellaring.
Evans & Tate E&T Cabernet Merlot
Lifted ripe plums and a red berry fruit notes complimented by hints of clove and vanilla bean spices. The palate has a supple fruit core of juicy dark plum and bright red berry fruit notes dominate, held together by fine grained tannins across the mid palate with a lovely acid line. Evans & Tate
Tangled Vine Cabernet Merlot
This 4 litre cask displays a fruit driven bouquet consisting of red berry-fruit, cherry and plum characters. The palate is light, soft with a slight lingering fruity finish.
Choosy Beggars Cabernet Merlot
Red and black berries and is medium bodied with fine, elegant tannin. This wine has great length and shows sweet spice and dark chocolate notes from measured use of French oak. Julian Langworthy named winemaker of the year 2018 by James Halliday.
Katnook Squires Blend Cab Merlot
Coonawarra is renowned as one of Australias finest wine regions, and is world renowned for its high class Cabernets. Its secret lies in the internationally recognised rich, red terra rossa soil, limestone, pure underground water, cool nights and a long, mild growing season. Enjoy the bright fruit characters of this red blend now or cellar up to five years and it will be worth the wait.
Lachlan Ridge Cabernet Merlot
This 2 litre cask displays a fruit driven bouquet consisting of red berry-fruit, cherry and plum characters. The palate is light, soft and well-balanced with a lingering fruity finish.
Mildara Limestone Coast Cabernet Shiraz
Mildara has been crafting premium wines from South Australias Limestone Coast since 1953. This traditional Australian blend of Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon provides a full bodied palate that is rich with velvety tannins. Subtle oak hints bring depth of flavour and structure to the dark berry fruits - including mulberry, plum and a touch of mint and savoury spice.
Wirra Wirra Church Block
A much-loved South Aussie red, this blended red is rich in black fruits that fill the mouth. Raspberry, red currant and plum fruits are balanced with fine sandy tannins and cedar oak. This medium to full bodied wine has a lovely balance and style in true Church Block character. Church Block was the first wine the late Greg Trott produced under the Wirra Wirra label back in 1972. He took the name from one of the original vineyards, which runs next to the small Bethany Church (Est 1854) across the road from Wirra Wirras century old ironstone cellars. Over four decades, the Church Block label has become an Australian favourite. Gold Medal | 2016 Sélections Mondiales des Vins Canada Wine Competition.