Ch D'Esclans Whispering Angel
Grapes grown from some of the most choice land in the surrounding region of La Motte en Provence, consisting primarily of Grenache, Rolle (Vermentino) and Cinsault. 'Last year the Rose category was scooped by the 2014 vintage of Whispering Angel, and I have to say this 2015 is every bit as good. Its delicate, shimmering, but personality-packed pink with grapefruit and hints of peachiness against riveting acidity in a super fresh, gastronomic but deliciously quaffable style, and it really is a Provence benchmark' - Tom Cannavan | The Huffington Post. Limited Stock | Available in selected stores only.
Guigal Cotes du Rhone Rouge
The Guigal family owns vineyards in prime locations throughout the Appellations of Côte-Rôtie, Condrieu, Hermitage and Saint-Joseph from where their iconic wines are produced. The Guigal cellars are located in the centre of the town of Ampuis, on the right bank of the Rhône River, about 40 km south of Lyon. The Côtes du Rhône region stretches 200 km from Vienne in the north to Avignon in the south. Côtes-du-Rhône is the workhorse red of the southern Rhône Valley and is blended from up to 13 grape varieties, but usually leans heavily on grenache and syrah (Shiraz). Deep, bright, garnet-red in colour, it is a fresh, crisp wine with small soft fruit and spices. A full-bodied, elegant wine, with mellow tannins, warmth and aromatic intensity.
10% price dropGuigal Cotes du Rhone Rouge$24.70 eachIn any 6$3.29 per 100mLHistory:
Guigal Cotes du Rhone Rouge$24.99 each$3.33 per 100mLHistory:
Guigal Cotes du Rhone Rouge 2017$24.99 each$3.33 per 100mLHistory:
Guigal Cotes du Rhone Rouge$26.60 eachIn any 6$3.55 per 100mLHistory:
Guigal Cotes du Rhone Rouge 1500ml 2017$61.99 eachIn cases of 6$372 total$4.13 per 100mLHistory:
Guigal Cotes du Rhone Rouge 2017$156 each$20.79 per 100mLHistory:
Guigal Cotes du Rhone Rouge 375ml 2017$408 each$109 per 100mLHistory:
Two Hands Pictures Brave Faces GSM
Concentrated and intense yet built in an elegant framework. Grenache provides beautiful lifted sappy red fruits with floral accents, Shiraz provides mid-palate richness with some spicy overtones and Mataro rounds out the blend providing structure and savoury meatiness.
Grant Burge The Holy Trinity GSM
The name of this outstanding wine, 'The Holy Trinity' symbolises the Burge family's migration to the Barossa in the 1850's. The family, the vines and their faith created a tradition of winemaking that has continued for five generations. This wine also pays homage to the Barossa, encapsulating the three traditional red varieties of the Barossa - Grenache, Shiraz and Mourvedre. Under guidance of head winemaker Craig Stansborough, the three varieties come together to make a complex and flavour filled red.
Wirra Wirra Mrs Wigley Rose
With strawberry, melon and flower petal flavours this Mrs. Wigley fits the bill of a real racy Rose. It's made from Grenache, has a touch of sweetness, a zesty kick and finishes squeaky clean, leaving a refreshing zing in the mouth.
Dandelion Vineyards Menagerie of the Barossa GSM
Intriguing aromas of rose petals and a summer pudding of lifted red fruits, berries and a hit of cinnamon and Asian spice. The palate is opulent, with intense red berries balanced by soft velvety tannins and supple oak with great balance from the acid reknown in Barossa Grenache. 'The cold, wet 2011 vintage hit the Barossa Valley particularly hard, wiping out huge tracts of vineyards. Dandelion's blend, then, came as a delightful surprise a tender, juicy, seductive drop that made the bottle seem too small. It's a blend of grenache (85 per cent), shiraz (10 per cent) and mataro (aka mourvedre or monastrell). The back label hints at how winemaker Elena Brooks and the Dandelion crew saved the day, "handpicking selected bunches" (that is, avoiding the rotten ones) of the three varieties for co-fermentation and ultimate success. What a moreish wine this is'. - Canberra Times, 15 May 2013, by Chris Shanahan.
11% price dropDandelion Vineyards Menagerie of the Barossa GSM$23.75 eachIn any 6$3.17 per 100mLHistory:
Cheapest by 15%Dandelion Vineyards Menagerie of the Barossa GSM$23.75 eachIn any 6$3.17 per 100mLHistory:
Dandelion Vineyards Menagerie of the Barossa GSM$28.00 eachIn any 6$3.73 per 100mLHistory:
Ch Montlabert Saint Emilion
Crimson in colour with a delicate shimmer. Powerful nose with subtle scents of high grade wood and baking spices, with an attractively fresh note of menthol. Rich and balanced on the palate. A well-managed aging process adds an appealing earthiness, with flavours of wild berries and mahogany. Long and elegant on the finish with molten tannins and the freshness so characteristic of this great wine
Haselgrove Alternative Series Grenache Rose
The Alternate Series A new exciting range of small batch wines for Haselgrove. Showcasing McLaren Vales Mediterranean climate and the emerging varieties that excel in the region. The Grenache Rose & Fiano will be joined by a Montepulciano. Brilliant pale salmon in colour. Lifted bright fresh fruit notes, summer berries, aromatic rose blossom and delicate hints of blood orange. The palate demonstrates all of the hallmarks of what one of McLaren Vales champion varieties can do as a Rose. Strawberries and cream, Turkish delight and bright red berries balance with a bone dry, crisp, moreish acidity and a textural citrus pith finish. We challenge you to stop at only one glass!
The stunning Amarone della Velpolicella displays delicate aromas with hints of sour cherry and Christmas pudding. The palate is full-bodied and warming with complex flavours of plums and baked fruit leading to a dry and textured finish.
Antinori Peppoli Chianti Classico
This wine has an intense aroma of red berries, accompanied by hints of vanilla and chocolate. It shows great structure on the palate, and persistence of the fruit. Pèppoli is characterised by elegant and gentle tannins. Tuscany is without doubt a wine region that produces some of the most important reds in the World. It is a region full of tradition, but in continuous evolution since the introduction of international grape varietals and the use of the French barrels that became common in the seventies. Beginning in the 80's and through the 90's the new wines, the Super Tuscans, benefited the whole Tuscan region. The Antinori family has been in the wine business since Giovanni di Piero Antinori joined the Florentine Guild of Vintners in 1385 more than 26 generations ago. Throughout the company's long history it has remained family owned and operated, and today it is directed by Marchese Piero Antinori.