Wolf Blass Heritage Release Shiraz Cabernet
With 7 Gold medals and a Trophy, this wine has wowed judges around the world. Similarly our team at Vintage Cellars believe this is one of the best value wines to pass our tasting bench in a very long time. A restrained, intricate blend with an elegant, concentrated palate layered with a complex meld of flavours. A seamless structure, silky texture and lingering finish are focused by fine tannins and perfectly balanced acidity.
Penfolds Bin 8 Cabernet Shiraz
Sourced from the South Australian regions of Barossa, McLaren Vale and Coonawarra. The wine is full of sweet, spicy dark fruit, rounded out by the quality oak from barrels usually used for Bins 128, 138 and 389. A well-structured, medium bodied wine with a medium finish. Sweet coconutty oak, ripe fruit and an upfront nose of bright red cherry gives this age-worthy red its unique style.
Moss Wood Amy's Cabernet Blend
The Moss Wood Amy's offers undeniable Moss Wood quality at an easily affordable price. Beautifully soft yet full-bodied it shows pristine varietal character impeccable balance and is simply a pleasure to drink - whether it be upon its release when it shows optimum primary fruit and robust texture or after a few years in the cellar when the classic secondary characters begin to wonderfully take control.
The Coincidence Cabernet Shiraz
Aromas of luscious berry fruits and sweet spicy oak. Chocolate and berry flavours further develop on the palate and end with a balanced, dry finish. What a coincidence that in the early 1800s, two nations were racing across the oceans to claim the uncharted land of Australia. Frenchman Nicholas Baudin captained Le Geographe and at the same time, Matthew Flinders, an Englishman, captained The Investigator. When Eastern bound Flinders met Western bound Baudin off the coast of the Barossa, they named the meeting point Encounter Bay. Perhaps not coincidentally this Cabernet Shiraz were also sourced from the Barossa in South Australia.
Coldstream Hills The Hills Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot
Founded by James Halliday, Yarra Valley's Coldstream Hills winery has a reputation for producing quality wine. The Hills Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot displays attractive blackcurrant notes with red berry and dark olive Merlot characters. Sixteen months in seasoned and new French oak has given the wine complexity and structure.
McLaren Vale icon, Steve Maglieri, uses specially selected vineyards sites to produce a Bordeaux-type blend from Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Carmanere and Merlot. With a bright red look in the glass complimented by a nose of lifted violets, the wine develops wonderfully on the palate to reveal complex flavour amalgam of chocolate and Satsuma plums.
Gemtree The Phantom Red Blend III
Gemtree The Phantom Red Blend is deep garnet red in colour and has aromas of plums, cassis and cigar box. The palate is generous offering loads of fruit and a little spice within a firm tannin structure. [biodynamic]
Charles Melton Rose Of Virginia
'This long-time rose benchmark is based on grenache with a fair dose of cabernet sauvignon and contributions from shiraz, pinot meunier and pinot noir. The result is a lovely red berry and cherry flavoured wine with a touch of sweetness and crisp finish. Enjoy by itself or with a wide range of foods from chicken to milder curries.' (2014 Vintage) 90 points. - Courier Mail, Brisbane, 29 Aug 2014, by Mike Frost.
Pepperjack Premium Cut Cabernet Shiraz
This new Pepperjack wine is dynamic and imaginative. Lifted earthy notes and a rich concentration of dark cherries, blackberries and chocolate. Flavours of dark fruits with hints of plum, blackberry and red licorice.
Salmon in color, flavors of soft raspberry, citrus and papaya emerge on this dry Rose. Light bodied with zippy acidity, notes of tangerine, citrus blossom and light minerality lead to an elegant and crisp finish. Caelum Rosado show's us again that Argentina has the capacity to make delicious wines well suited to our summer drinking.
Verget du Sud Mediterrannee Rose
Shiraz and Grenache form the backbone of this classically dry southern French rosé, produced in the Vaucluse region of north-western Provence. Its wickedly fresh with red fruit and dry herbal scents and has a crunchy, clean finish to counter delicious mid weight texture courtesy of a short time on lees.