Baily & Baily Two Fat Ladies Dolce
Combining the grape varieties of Cabernet Sauvignon Ruby Cabernet and Tyrian this fresh young red offers aromas of ripe berries supported by a palate full of sweet juicy fruit. Serve chilled.
McWilliam's Bagtown Jack Red Blend
Berri Estates Dolce Rosso
Berri Estates produce a luscious sweet red available in a convenient 5L cask. Wonderfully light, sweet showing plums and a gentle spritz. Perfect for parties or year round barbecues.
Berri Estates Traditional Dry Red
This is a soft and approachable red wine which pays homage to Claret's starring role during the inception of Australia's wine industry.
Ad Hoc Mix Master Red Blend
Larry Cherubino's Ad Hoc Mix Master Red Blend is produced with Shiraz, Grenache, Mataro and Viognier and is bright crimson colour with aromas of dark fruits showing good palate weight and texture. Made to enjoy now or in the medium term.
McGuigan Black Label Red
The McGuigan Black Label Red is an approachable, medium bodied style with a nice combination of ripe, soft fruit flavours and the perfect balance of tannin to provide some structure. Not only a great wine to have around great friends and family, but also at home when paired with a wide array of cuisine including barbecued meats and salads.
19 Crimes Red Blend
Always uncompromising, 19 Crimes Red Blend is vibrant and bold. It's dark berry fruits mixed with spice oak flavours are apparent on the palate. With subtle tannins and a silky smooth finish, it is almost a crime not to share it with your family and friends at the dinning table.
Château Lamothe Premieres Cotes de Bordeaux
Nose of red fruits is paired with some dusty notes of an Old World style. With hints of spice and redcurrant, there is no evident oak and gentle savoury edges. The palate is still tightly structured, with almost tart red fruits. Plenty of grippy tannins means it will go for the long haul in the cellar.
Mystery Double Gold Sangiovese Blend
Ruby red, fruity, spicy aromas; light-bodied with fruity palate, Serve with moussaka or chicken.
In Greek 'glykos' means sweetening. This wine is made from local varieties and while not like a dessert wine, it certainly has a decent amount of residual sugar.