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  1. Balnaves of Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon - Merlot, Coonawarra 2012

    Balnaves of Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon - Merlot, Coonawarra 2012

    91 points Wine Spectator - Balnaves of Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon (91%), Merlot (9%) - Focused and expressive, layering the red berry, black plum, licorice and pumpkin pie notes with finesse and density. The flavors linger easily against moderate tannins. Drink now through 2022. 1,500 cases made. Learn More
    $16.98
  2. Ben Glaetzer Amon-Ra Unfiltered Shiraz 2014

    Ben Glaetzer Amon-Ra Unfiltered Shiraz 2014

    96 points Wine Advocate - Deep garnet-purple colored, the 2014 Amon-Ra Shiraz has a youthfully mute nose, offering glimpses at the blackberry, blackcurrant and licorice core, plus suggestions of dark chocolate, cigar boxes, fertile earth and baking spices. The full-bodied palate delivers concentrated, muscular blackberry and earth flavors with plenty of freshness and a beautiful backbone of finely grained tannins, finishing with commendable persistence and layers. This is a great contender for wine of the vintage! Learn More
    $92.98
  3. Ben Glaetzer Wallace Shiraz - Grenache 2014

    Ben Glaetzer Wallace Shiraz - Grenache 2014

    90 points Wine Advocate - A blend of 78% Shiraz and 22% Grenache, the 2014 Wallace has is medium garnet in color with a gorgeous nose of black raspberries, kirsch and lavender plus black pepper, cloves and anise hints. Medium to full-bodied, the palate is soft, pepper-laced and seductive with impressive persistence and a lively acid and herb lift to the finish. Learn More
    $23.98
  4. Brightwater Vineyards Pinot Noir, Nelson, New Zealand 2014

    Brightwater Vineyards Pinot Noir, Nelson, New Zealand 2014

    Elegant floral style of Pinot Noir, perfumed with rose petals, strawberry and cherry aromas on uncontrived purity. Fruity, round and delicate on the mid-palate, but with firmness of acidity and tannin to give a lingering finish. Classy, and with great drinkability. Learn More
    $24.98
  5. Camfield's Family Pinot Gris 2015

    Camfield's Family Pinot Gris 2015

    The Camfield 2015 Pinot Gris displays a mixture of light copper pink and rose petal colours. It has long legs and a slightly sweet balance, a product of exquisite ripe tannins. This wine has a full rounded body, and is silky all the way to the end. It Elicits aromas such as marzipan, honeysuckle, white peaches and cinnamon. Best served with Cantonese dishes, Thai or Indian white meat curries.

    The Camfield Pinot Gris, has been well received in Australia. The 2015 has been no exception. The Camfield Pinot Gris, has been made using traditional French winemaking style and techniques. The Pinot Gris was briefly matured in new French Oak barrels for around 3 weeks. The wine was bottled around 6 months after harvesting. Learn More
    $22.98
  6. Camfield's Family Red Wine 2013

    Camfield's Family Red Wine 2013

    The Camfield 2013 Red Wine is a blend of predominantly Sangiovese and some Shiraz. Sangiovese is a grape with roots in Tuscany, yet has a long history of being made in Australia. This Red Wine offers that classic mid weight profile with black cherries, cocoa and fine grained tannins that gives the wine length. Enjoy this with a plate of antipasto or richer red meat dishes like ragu or slow cooked roasts.

    The Clone that the Camfield Family selected to produce their Red Wine, is the Sangiovese clone known as the Brunello di Montalcino clone. Brunello di Montalcino is known in Tuscany, Italy, as the premier Sangiovese grape used exclusively to produce their famous Super Tuscan wines. Sangiovese vines are known for producing very large bunches, with large berries, often making for a thin watery wine, however the Brunello di Montalcino, through hard work in the vineyard, will product very small bunches with very small berries, and as such is able to produce super concentrated flavoursome wines.

    The 2013 Red wine, is a blend consisting of predominantly Sangiovese wine, and a small amount of the Camfield 2013 Shiraz. The Sangiovese is matured in French oak barrels, consisting of around 30% new barrels, 35% once used barrels, and 35% older barrels used for between 2 and 3 previous vintages. The Sangiovese is matured in these barrels for 12 months, prior to blending with the Shiraz, the blend is then matured for a further 3 months in barrels prior to bottling. Once the wines were bottled they have been stored for at least 6 months before being introduced to the market. Learn More
    $24.98
  7. Camfield's Family Shiraz Pyranees Victoria 2013

    Camfield's Family Shiraz Pyranees Victoria 2013

    This Shiraz delivers bold black fruit expression and structure to match. It is dense and savoury offering lovely ripe fruit; dark plums, cherries and raspberry, yet maintains wonderful texture showcasing robust tannins with notes of cocoa, cinnamon and cloves. Arguably the most iconic red grape in Australia, this Shiraz from the Pyrenees in Victoria joins a long line of rich and powerful wines destined for long slow meals with friends and good food.
    The Shiraz clone that this wine is developed from is known in Australia as the Bests Old Block Clone, which comes from a clone brought into Australia in the early 1800’s. The Camfield Shiraz is produced from 100% Shiraz grapes. The Camfield family only use 100% French Oak barrique barrels. The barrels used to produce the 2013 Shiraz comprise around 30% new barrels, 35% once used barrels and 35% older barrels used for between 2 and 3 vintages previously. The Camfield wines have been matured in the barrels for around 15 months prior to bottling. Once bottled the wine has been stored for at least six months prior to being introduced to the market.

    We are proud to be exclusively presenting this premium Australian wine across North America. Learn More
    $24.98
  8. Ceres 'Fifth Bridge' Pinot Noir, Central Otago, New Zealand 2015

    Ceres 'Fifth Bridge' Pinot Noir, Central Otago, New Zealand 2015

    This wine highlights the cool nature of the season with densely perfumed, wild black raspberry and black cherry along with a hint of complexing dried herb. The wine has a supple dark cherry entry with focused flow through the mid palate. Lovely ripe textural tannins rise gracefully out of the mid-palate to finish the wine. These tannins are balanced by the wine’s acidity and more berry fruit. Learn More
    $19.98
  9. Clarendon Hills Astralis Shiraz, McLaren Vale 2010

    Clarendon Hills Astralis Shiraz, McLaren Vale 2010

    100 points Wine Advocate - Deep garnet-purple in color, the 2010 Astralis is still quite primary eliciting aromas of black plums, blueberry compote and blackcurrant liqueur with a savory and baking spice undercurrent plus a fragrant whiff of violets. Very structured, fine and complex in the medium to full-bodied mouth, this wine is revealing much more than when I first tasted it a year ago and is now showing layer upon layer of black fruit preserves, mocha, toast and spices before finishing with great length. Extraordinary wine. Approachable now, it should cellar to 2030+. Learn More
    $289.98
  10. d'Arenberg The Dead Arm Shiraz, McLaren Vale 2012

    d'Arenberg The Dead Arm Shiraz, McLaren Vale 2012

    94 points James Suckling - The Dead Arm Shiraz 2012 displays classic McLaren Vale aromas of plum, blackberry, liquorice and spice. There is also a strong sense of the old vines and infertile soils from which the grapes are sourced. This is evidenced through a raft of dark, earthy notes, evoking notions of a concentrated duck reduction and thick, black molasses. There is enough savoury oak character to support the generous fruit but it isn't the dominant feature, rather an intrinsic component of an ever changing bouquet of complex characters that ebb and flow with time in the glass. The palate has an incredible depth of flavour and a solid structure built on a framework of firm tannins. The concept of soil transfer into the glass is furthered evidenced through flavours of beetroot and an almost woodiness. The power of the palate is somewhat tempered through its life and vibrancy, meaning we are met with a mouth-watering graphite-like impression rather than a sensation of boney dryness. The result is a wine of great presence and boldness but with a refined, stylish finish that lingers on and on. Learn More
    $49.98

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