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Grant Burge Pinot Noir Chardonnay Non-Vintage

Tinged with copper hues, the wine deals out a delightful biscuitlike nose combined with ripe strawberry and peach characters. The palate is rich and generous with a real vitality thats heightened by the creamy mouth-feel. This is a sparkling that adapts to its environment, and as such is just as enjoyable with food as it is on its own.

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Chaffey Bros Dufte Punkt White

A masterful blend of three Germanic luminaries, Gewürztraminer,Riesling and Weiyer Herold. Showcasing restrained and yet mouthfilling (and watering) tropical fruits; lychee, mandarins and the like with gorgeous minerality that lingers on the tongue.

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Earthworks Eden Valley Riesling

This may be the best-value single vine wine in the country. The cooler climate wine is energetic and precise, rippling with zesty citrus and a bit of blossom, a dusting of talc and sprinkling of lemon thyme. It is a textbook Eden Valley Riesling.

Mountadam Eden Valley Chardonnay

On release, the wine has a complex aroma. Lifted yellow peach and nectarine characters dominate. Subtle spice and creamy characters add to the wines aromatic complexity. The palate is restrained and elegant. It displays the same fruit characters of peach and nectarine through-out. The mid and back palates are driven by a gentle line of lemon-like acid. Mountadam was first setup in 1972 by the late David Wynn, a pioneer of the wine industry an founder of Wynns Coonawarra Estate. Wynn made the winery famous on the back of superb cool climate wines, supported by his son Adam (who the winery is named after). Adam held onto the winery until 2002 when it was sold to luxury goods business LVMH. The winery returned to family hands again in 2006 when it was purchased by South Australian farmer and accountant David Brown and his wife Jenni. In late 2015 the Browns acquired the second High Eden vineyard established by Wynn. The two vineyards are dissected by High Eden road. The Brown family are keen to continue Wynn's vision to produce wines of elegance and structure. A focus on sustainable low input viticulture will guarentee the success of the vineyards into the future. From 2015, Helen McCarthy has steered the ship as Chief Winemaker.

Chandon Non-Vintage Sparkling Brut

This is the Australian benchmark for bubbles in this price range and will hold its position as the ever-reliable party favourite. A racy, acid belt slices through the palate of fresh grapefruit and lemon gelati. Squeaky clean and smooth til the end with an endless stream of fine bubbles. 94 Points James Halliday.

Campo Viejo Non-Vintage Cava Brut Reserva

Running With Bulls Barossa Garnacha

Pouring a gorgeous raspberry hue with aromas of fresh coriander and grated nutmeg. Silky in texture with a juicy palate comprising strawberries and blood orange. Partial whole bunch fermented delivering a subtle amount of warming spice to finish. Sam Wigan started out in the wine industry by working a vintage with his father at Peter Lehmann wines before heading to Geyser Peak in California. Returning to Australia with the winemaking bug, Sams style involves letting the varietal characteristics of the grapes shine through, by using natural/wild fermentation and malolactic fermentation, with minimal additions and no finings. Having a nice meal with friends and family is one of his favourite things, so he crafts the wines to be fun, drinkable and best enjoyed with food and good company. GOLD | Adelaide Royal Wine Show 2016.

St Hugo Riesling

An outstanding modern Australian Riesling with great cellaring potential. Careful winemaking allows the premium fruit from the pristine Eden Valley to take centre stage. The vibrant nose offers fragrant fresh lemon/lime blossom, with notes of bath salts.The refined palate is delicate and pure, showing a slaty minerality and a taut line of acidity.Ideal Drinking Window 2017 to 2032

Mezzacorona Mezza di

Fresh, fruity and Fun! Mezza di Mezzacorona goes with you to heart to the moment. Perfect for any occasion.

Chaffey Bros Not Your Grandma's Riesling

Not Your Grandmas Riesling has just a hint of residual sweetness which works just perfectly here. Fresh and floral, there's ample citrus and orchid fruits with perfectly balanced acidity for line and length. It works perfectly with or without food. Born and raised in the Barossa, Daniel started at the Penfolds cellar door, eventually co-founding a wine consultancy. Chaffey Bros. was born from Daniels dream to revive the name and the innovation of his great-great grandfather and his brother the original Chaffey brothers who founded Mildura in 1887. Together with his brother-in-law Theo Engela they now form the new iteration of Chaffey Bros. They love telling stories, and each of their wine labels reveals details about the vineyard, variety, region or history.