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  1. Alpha Box & Dice 'Kit & Kaboodle', McLaren Vale
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. Domaine Terlato & Chapoutier 'Lieu dit Malakoff' Shiraz 2013
  6. Esk Valley Merlot - Cabernet Sauvignon - Malbec - Cabernet Franc, Gimblett Gravels, New Zealand 2015
  7. Mills Reef Elspeth Syrah, Gimblett Gravels, New Zealand 2013
  8. Peter Lehmann Clancy's Shiraz - Cabernet Sauvignon - Merlot 2013
  9. Pillar Box Red, Padthaway 2015

    Pillar Box Red, Padthaway 2015

    Ripe and rich, thick with smoky, peppery overtones to the black cherry and licorice flavors. Finishes with focus. Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. Drink now through 2019. Learn More
    $12.98
  10. Squawking Magpie Wines Big Red, Hawkes Bay 2013

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