McWilliams Royal Reserve Cream Apera

It is full of nutty and raisin flavours that show off this old favourite from one of Australia's best and oldest family owned wineries. .

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A fortified wine from the Barossa Valley with aromas of dried fruit orchards. Its packed full of rich and sweet fruit flavours that finish in the style of a brandy spirit.

McWilliam's Royal Reserve Tawny

This is a sweeter simpler style Tawny, quite fruit forward, lighter in style.

McWilliam's Royal Reserve Dry Apera

McWilliams are a household name when it comes to good Sherry in Australia. Their dry version is perfect for the kitchen or as part of a mixed drink.

McWilliam's Royal Reserve Sweet Apera

McWilliam's have been apart of the Australian wine scene for over a century and just like they did back in the beginning, still produce great affordable fortified wines like this Sweet Sherry.

McWilliams Royal Reserve Golden Medium Apera

McWilliams Royal Reserve Golden shows off sherry characters with hints of honey.The warm and dry conditions of Australia are ideal for making fortified sherry, enabling all the varieties to ripen superbly and produce great richness of flavour.

Stones Green Ginger Wine

The Stone's range has been carefully crafted in Australia for over 60 years and the time honoured recipe remains largely unchanged since it was first produced in 1740. Stone's is one of the world's oldest surviving alcoholic beverage brands and a must for every bar or liquor cabinet. Mix with Dry Ginger or Lemonade.

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Wolf Blass Red Label Tawny

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St Andrews Sweet Apera

Fortified wines were perfected in the 1700s and were popular as they were able to withstand long sea journeys. A wine becomes fortified when a neutral spirit is added during the fermentation process. There are many different types of fortified wines including Tawny, Port, Apera, Sherry, Muscat and other fortifieds. Common flavours include ginger, toasted hazelnuts, raisins, caramel and cinnamon. Fortified wine pairs well with seafood, tapas, fruit cake or enjoyed as a cocktail, aperitif or digestive. As the name suggests, a sweet creamy style Apera (the Australian name for Sherry) from the popular St Andrews.