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Yarra Yering Dry Red No 2

From some of the earliest plantings of Shiraz in the Yarra Valley with vines dating back to 1969. Shiraz (96%) co-fermented with small parcels of Viognier, Marsanne and Mataro aged 12 to 18 months in 50% new French oak barrels produces a wine that is perfumed and feminine with the tannins and acidity as integral to the wine as the fruit. Proven to age for 25+ years, Yarra Yering Dry Red No 2 was the first Cote Rotie style blend made in Australia

Yarra Yering Dry Red Wine No 3

As featured on "Battle of the Vines":   This wine is very special to me, Liinaa gushes. An unexpected blend you wouldnt think youd have in Australia, 5 different Portuguese varietals really well mixed together. Its fragrant, exotic, floral, beautiful silk tannins like, oh my God, thats the definition of sexy!

Artwine Hola Tempranillo Blend

In the glass: Medium red black.On the nose: Xmas cake spice, black cherry, charcuterie, sweet currant. On the palate: Mouth-filling softness with rich, savoury flavours and velvety depth. Black cherry mixes with lavender, cedar, chocolate and braised meats.

Carillion Reserve Pinot Shiraz

Delatite Dungeon Gully Malbec Merlot

In the winery: Post fermentation both varieties were racked off to French and American oak barrels for eighteen months maturation. In the glass: Inky dark red. On the nose: Spicy red and dark berry fruit lift and vanillin oak perfume. On the palate: Elegant, dry and spicy yet with underlying fruit sweetness and a delicious savouriness. Red plum and blackberry fruits, toasty oak, fine tannins and lifted acidity.

Domaine de Binet Tempranillo Cabernet Graciano

Frankland Estate Olmo's Reward Cabernet Blend

Freddy Nerks Rosso Pinot Noir Syrah

Keith Tulloch Pinot Shiraz

In the glass: Deep garnet. On the nose: Quite rich raspberry, strawberry, plum and black pepper.On the palate: This Pinot Shiraz blend is medium to full-bodied with plum and blackberry fruit flavours, firm dry tannin structure, tangy acidity and good length.

Lerida Estate Merlot Cabernet Franc

A blend of Merlot and Cabernet Franc may seem rare in Australia but this blend is very common in the wines from Bordeaux's right bank.Medium ruby colour. Plum,  blackcurrant, tobacco and black olive. Medium bodied yet flavoursome with a mix of black fruit, touches of tapenade and bay leaf, fine tannins and a savoury finish. Really fragrant and interesting wine with no need to cellar.