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.

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Parker Coonawarra Estate First Growth Cabernet Blend

One of the true icons of the Coonawarra is available here. Concerntrated fruit of blackcurrant with beautifully balanced lashing of cigar box and cedar. One definitely for the cellar or for that great quality steak.

G' de Guinaudeau

Incredibly deep and dark in the glass, this Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon blend comes from the highly respected Guinaudeau family. With fruit sourced from Fronsac, just north of Pomerol, this wine offers charm among layers of fresh dark fruit and soft texture.

Clos Manou Medoc

Clos Manous first wine, this red blend is considered a true Médoc. It has a dense, strong palate with smooth tannins and is unusually round thanks to the cabernet sauvignon. Limited stock. A blend of Merlot (52%), Cabernet Sauvignon (40%); Petit Verdot (6%) and Cabernet Franc (2%). It delivers elegant and refined aromas with 70% new oak skilfully woven in. Medium bodied with fine, supple tannins, crisp and fairly mineral nuanced with black fruit with a ripe, generous finish. One is aware of its fine symmetry. Excellent

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.

Ch Les Vieux Ormes Lalande de Pomerol

Lalande de Pomerol is a small appellation situated just north of Pomerol that is becoming increasingly well-known for producing Pomerol-like wines without the price tag. This is a relatively new exclusive from JP Moueix, a Bordeaux Negociant house that has one of the best reputations in Pomerol and on the wider right bank in general. Violets and spicy raspberry fruit, with medium-high intensity and a lush mouth-feel. Good balance with excellent complexity from a wine at this price point. A fruit-forward vibrant Bordeaux is an excellent pathway for Australian or Kiwi Merlot drinkers and is an excellent food accompaniment to medium-rare sirloin steak. Jancis Robinson MW writes, bargains are more likely [than Pomerol] in the satellite appellation Lalande de Pomerol

Vasse Felix Heytesbury Cabernets

From Margaret River's pioneering vineyard planted by Tom Cullity in 1967; this classic Bordeaux is a powerhouse of dark berries and cassis with hints of orange, savoury spice and chocolate; outstanding vintage, real cellaring potential.

Ch Lafon Rochet Saint Estephe

A vintage termed classic, this wine is built around natural power with a very fleshy, round attack and silky well-balanced sweetness. This is followed by a more classic, tighter second stage in the mouth. The lengthy finish mirrors this vintage with gentleness and persistence. Limited Stock | Available at selected stores. Set your store for Click & Collect to see the closet location to your postcode.

Ch Cantenac Brown

Very refined; featuring alluring currant and blackberry fruit that glides along the supple structure, with iron and light espresso hints filling in on the finish.

Clos Floridene Rouge Pessac Leognan

Terrific fruit intensity, plenty of cassis, black cherry, loamy soil, graphite, and spice box notes, a fleshy, dense, unctuous style, and a long, heady finish with no hard edges. Pessac-Léognan red wines are elegant and concentrated, with medium to full body. They offer distinct aromas and flavors of mineral and earth, and can have lush fruit or smoky tobacco character, The vineyards of Pessac-Léognan, just south of the city of Bordeaux About 3,000 acres are dedicated mostly to Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot grown for red wines, with a small portion devoted to Sauvignon Blanc, Sémillon and other grapes for white wines.

Wynns V&A Cabernet Shiraz

The cabernet vineyards from V&A lane have been important contributors to Wynns top wines for many years and have great pedigree. This area is also gaining a reputation for great Shiraz, and a marriage of the two varieties reflects Wynns history through the early claret style wines of the 1950s and 60s. Co-fermentation of the two varieties creates a rich and textured style, with unique tannin structure. Targeting a long skin soak takes the naturally rich fruit into savoury and complex territory. Dark brambly fruits are layered with smoky black tea fragrances and black spices. Velvety tannin creates depth and is defined by crisp acidity and beautiful line, leaving the palate full and long with a smoky gravelly finish. The 2016 is best described as being a fuller vintage at the long-term Wynns Coonawarra flavour and style spectrum. Enjoy on release, or cellar carefully for up to 15 years. Limited Stock.