Red Wines

Hedonist Sangiovese Rose 2019: (McLaren Vale, SA)

The grapes are from two vineyards in the Willunga foothills of McLaren Vale Wine Region of South Australia. The vineyards lie 5km to the West of the idyllic St Vincent’s Gulf. The wine has a pale salmon colour with pink hues, aromas of rose petal, strawberries, apricots and nashi pear backed with a soft, fresh creamy palate.

Turkey Flat Rose 2019: (Barossa Valley, SA)

The Barossa Valley in South Australia has the perfect climate and ideal grape varieties to produce Rose. The Grenache grapes are from specific sites that achieve perfect yields and promote prominent primary fruit characters while retaining the appealing palate cleansing crispness. 

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Di Giorgio Sparkling Merlot NV: (Coonawarra, SA)

The 13.5ha of mature vineyard, planted on the famous ‘Terra Rossa’ soil of the Coonawarra Wine region in South Australia surround the second oldest winery in Coonawarra. The wine has deep crimson and brick red hues, a fine persistent bead, aromas of ripe forest fruits and plum pudding with hints of spice and old brandy backed by a soft creamy palate and a long finish.

Mitchell Peppertree Sparkling Shiraz NV: (Clare Valley, SA)

The vineyards are in the Clare Valley of South Australia and are mature, dry-grown yielding just one tonne per acre. In the vineyard, the use of biodynamic methods eliminates the use of artificial fertilisers, pesticides or herbicides. This base wine is a unique blend of multiple vintages (often up to twenty years of age) undergoing a secondary fermentation in the bottle, aged on lees for 18 months and use of a dosage of 8year-old fortified Shiraz creating a wine both fruity and earthy-mature, with spice and mulberry fruit flavours and a lingering soft foamy palate of effervescence.

Dalz Otto Sangiovese 2018: (King Valley, VIC)

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The vineyard is located at Cheshunt, ten minutes from Whitfield in the King Valley located in northeast Victoria.  The wine colour is mid garnet with a purple hue and aromas of red fruits such as cherries, sage and thyme and a little earthy complexity adding interest. The palate is medium-bodied, a backbone of tannin and acid engaging the savoury flavours.

Villacamps Roble Tempranillo 2016: (Ribera Del Duero, Spain)

The vineyards are located in the famous Ribera Del Duero wine region of Northern Spain. The colour is cherry red with aromas of red fruit, vanilla and spices and a medium-bodied palate with good acid length. 

Storm Bay Pinot Noir 2019: (Coal River Valley, TAS)

Storm Bay, named after a bay near Hobart and have vineyards located in the Coal River Valley, in Tasmania. The vineyards are on ancient tertiary clays and limestone. The wine’s colour is bright medium garnet, aromas of raspberry, dark cherry and black pepper and a palate of velvety texture and fruit juicy acid finish.

Dalrymple Pinot Noir 2018: (Pipers River, TAS)

The grapes are from two vineyards, the Pipers River in Northern Tasmania and from the Coal Valley South East of Tasmania. The wine is deep garnet in colour, with aromas of ripe black plum, hints of wild blackberry and raspberry beneath highlights of fine spices derived from the fine grained French oak. On the palate immediate appeal with sweetness of ripe fruits, fine fruit tannins that balance the oak to provide structure right through to the smooth lingering finish.

Printhie Mountain Range Merlot 2018: (Orange, NSW)

The vineyard faces an extinct volcano, Mt Canobolas, on ancient limestone derived soils perfect for red varieties and located in the Orange Wine region of New South Wales. The wine has colour of bright purple, aromas of red mulberry, cherry and a hint of red peppers supported by some nice chocolatey, vanillin oak aspects with a palate that is mouth-filling  and savoury finish. 

Liz Heidenreich Grenache 2016: (Barossa Valley, SA)

The grapes come from dry grown bush vines at Vine Vale between Angaston and Tanunda in the Barossa Valley of South Australia. The wine has a dark red colour with black tinged edges, aromas of ripe dark raspberry and liquorice with an overlay of vanillin oak and traces of spicy earth. The palate has silky tannins with a lingering flavour finish. 

Mitchell Grenache Mataro Shiraz 2014: (Clare Valley, SA)

The vineyards are in the Clare Valley of South Australia and are mature, dry-grown yielding just one tonne per acre. In the vineyard, the use of biodynamic methods eliminates the use of artificial fertilisers, pesticides or herbicides. The wine is red brick in colour, aromas of juicy plum and black cherries and a long dry savoury palate with fine tannins creates balance.

Mountadam Five Fifty Shiraz 2017:

Mountadam Vineyards, situated on a unique rocky outcrop, commands an excellent view over the Eden Valley in South Australia. The wine has a vibrant red colour, aromas of blueberries spice and cedar with a palate of supple tannins backed with hints of liquorice spice. 

The 40+ year old vines are from a single vineyard block, warmed by the northerly aspect of the estate and planted in rich red loam and clay at Watervale in the Clare Valley Wine region of South Australia. The wine is purple red in colour, aromas of mulberry and plum with a palate subtle length and spicy finish.

The vineyard is organic/biodynamic certified vineyard from Kangarilla in the McLaren Vale Wine Region of South Australia. The wine is deep red with crimson hues in colour, aromas of fresh red to dark fruit, dark chocolate and cinnamon backed by a palate that is soft, supple and silky tannins with a generous finish.

Yalumba Sanctum Cabernet Sauvignon 2017: (Coonawarra, SA)

Menzies Estate Vineyard lies in the heart of the famous Coonawarra Wine region with its “Terra Rossa” soil over limestone in South Australia. This valuable patch of land is the holy grail of all Cabernet purists and is just 2 kilometres wide and 20 kilometres long. The wine si deep crimson in colour, aromas of blueberries, violets, satsuma plum, briar and nuances of French oak backed with a palate that structured and textured with fine grain tannins and vibrant fruit finish. 

Norfolk Rise Cabernet Sauvignon 2017: (Mount Benson, SA)

Crabtree Watervale Shiraz 2017: (Clare Valley, SA)

Hedonist Reserve Shiraz 2017: (McLaren Vale, SA)

The vineyard is on the southern tip of South Australia at Cape Jaffa in the heart of the Mt. Benson Wine region with “Terra Rossa” soils. The wine has a purple-red colour, aromas of blackberry, cassis with hints of cigar box, bramble, mint and dark chocolate lurking in the background. The palate, filled with forest fruit and creamy oak textures, ends in a pleasing and persistent finish. 

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