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Golden Mile Shiraz

First Creek Hunter Valley Chardonnay

Saltram 1859 Barossa Shiraz

The palate is rich with an excellent balance of fruit flavours, subtle tannins and a soft, silky finish. We invite you to explore the Saltram winemaking tradition, crafted over 150 years, and exemplified today by their wines. This Barossa shiraz delivers lovely drinking right now. The makers used more stainless steel than oak in its production, thus capturing the vibrant, fleshy fruit flavours of the vintage. Soft tannins add to the fleshy texture and drink-now appeal.

Pepperjack Sauvignon Blanc

Pepperjack Sangiovese

A medley of dark red cherry, cranberry and ripe raspberries, warm spice and hints of mocha. The palate is rich and structured showing, bright fruits with silky and plush tannins which give length and finesse while finishing soft and full of flavour.

Pepperjack Malbec

Aromas of violets, spice, ripe blueberries and boysenberry, with hints of mocha oak. The palate shows fresh fruits of red cherry, fresh cranberries with savoury chalky tannins which give length and finesse.

Pepperjack Cabernet Sauvignon

Some great Barossa Cabernets have come out of the Saltram winery over the years and this multi award winning wine continues in that tradition. Enjoy the Peperjack Cabernet Sauvignon's rich berry fruit and chocolately regional character.

Pepperjack Shiraz

A wine that reflects the true nature of modern South Australian Shiraz. The expert team at Saltram bring to life the rich and supple dark fruit flavours of great premium vineyards Shiraz with seamless oak integration in this Pepperjack. It's easy to see why it's a firm favourite of many full-bodied Australian red wine fans.

Two Churches Barossa Chardonnay

A ripe, full bodied style of Chardonnay full of melon fruit leading into rich tropical flavours. There's a good length of citrus acidity running along the palate to keep things fresh, while the oak is gentle and well integrated.

First Creek (Hunter Valley) Shiraz

First Creek are really winning over a lot of new fans, especially wine drinkers who may have previously not given the Hunter Valley its fair dues. In the glass: Deep garnet to purple. On the nose: Black and blueberry fruit, and spice. On the palate: Medium to full-bodied with luscious texture and soft tannins. Showing black cherry, blueberry and vanilla alongside red liquorice notes. Long and moreish.