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Taylors St Andrews Clare Valley Chardonnay

"Richer, fuller and more complex than its stable mates. Plenty of technique on display - barrel ferment notes, introducing both yeast and spicy oak plus malo driven lactic notes, which all increase the volume of the wine. The impression is of a ‘polished sweetness'...90pts " (Halliday).

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Epic negociants The apollonian adelaide hills margaret river chardonnay

Epic wine from iconic vineyards.The Apollonian theory of Greek mythology entwines two seemingly opposite philosophical elements of the gods and brothers Apollo and Dionysus to create a complete and complex entity. Order and chaos, purity and excess, harmony and passion. Entwined by nature they are at their best when together. The vineyard, the winemaker, the vintage and the moment create the experience. Two of Australia's great Chardonnay regions blended together as an experimental wine. Both very cool climate, old vines and dry grown vineyards. Very limited production.

Murrumbateman Riesling

In keeping with the Australian cool climate style of Riesling, the Murrumbateman Riesling is a particularly dry and refreshing wine. Flavours of lemon and citrus are complimented by notes of green apple. Murrumbateman Riesling is clean and fresh on the palate. Very refreshing to taste.

Beenleigh White Rum

Since 1884 Beenleigh has been Australia's Rum. Leading the charge yet again with Rums of distinction and quality, the Beenleigh White Rum is matured for a minimum of two years in small ex-brandy vats which gives rise to its distinctive Hazelnut and Vanilla notes. This Australian Rum is beautifully smooth and is the perfect cocktail partner.

Jim Barry Clare Valley Assyrtiko

A founding member of Australia’s First Families of Wine, Jim Barry is a legendary Clare Valley out t. Its wines run the gamut of styles (and prices) from the renowned Jim Barry Watervale Riesling ($20) through to the magnf cent ‘Armagh’ Shiraz ($325). Assyrtiko is a lipsmacking white variety originally from Greece, now grown in Clare, in this exciting first. A tantalising taste of Santorini, Australian-style – delicious! “Garrique bush and flowers bouquet; the vines have grown another dimension, as has the flavour intensity, which is almost shocking - sour lemon, fresh-cut herbs, red apple... 94pts” (Halliday).

Scorpo Bestia Skin Cont Pinot Gris

Attractive coppery pink in the glass. The nose has notes of musk, candied orange peel, fresh blood orange, sour cherry, fresh herbs and a slight Campari twist. Bitter-edged on the palate with that blood orange note, with musky pear, peach and strawberry fruit. It has a soft phenolic texture along with zesty tannins that add a pleasant grip. Finishes dry, clean and tangy. Engaging and moreish, with impressive finesse for this style of wine, and with a good volume of fresh fruit to balance the phenolic and savoury skinsy elements.

Brown Brothers Dry White

One of Brown Brothers best sellers. A classic dry style be to enjoyed with good food and great friends.

Penfolds Bin 311 Chardonnay

Since the early 90's, Penfolds have been producing Chardonnay from the cool climate region of Tumbarumba. The Chardonnay is elegant with white florals, stone fruits and a great acidity structure. Maturation in French Oak gives the Bin 311 a subtle nutty savoury flavour through and through. A great all season wine for all sorts of occasions.

Forester Estate Chardonnay

Forester Estate Chardonnay is a refreshing fruit-driven wine. Pale lemon green in colour with intense roasted nuts, honey, ripe peach and a hint of smoky oak with lingering MLF on the nose. It is medium body with similar profile from the nose. Classic acidity structures with a toasty yet deliciously creamy finish.

Yering Station Chardonnay

From the ever impressive Yering Station, this Chardonnay offers toasty barrel ferment characters, good supporting oak and ripe peach aromas leading to a textured and well rounded palate. One of the better value examples out there.

Domaine Naturaliste Artus Chardonnay

After twenty years of applying his passion and expertise to the countless vintages for local producers, renowned winemaker Bruce Dukes has launched Domaine Naturaliste his own range of wines, named for the southwest region where he has honed his craft.