Australia

Things are not quite what they seem down under! Though our good friends in Australia may appear so relaxed and laid back, in terms of winemaking their lightning responses to market changes and sharp understanding of customer needs has speedily propelled them to the forefront of this ever-changing industry.

Thanks to increasing interest in Australia’s diversity as a tourist hotspot, vinophiles are really beginning to appreciate the variety in terms of climate and terroir that make the country’s wines not generic expressions of warm climate classics, but unique expressions of a diverse topography. From the sun-baked, red clay rolling hills of the Barossa to the undulating, maritime coastal vineyards of the Mornington Peninsula, this country has so much to offer.

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  1. The Love Grass Shiraz, d'Arenberg

    Savour this unusual Shiraz with its complex mix of fruits evolving from tight and linear at first to rich, dark and exotic. Learn More

    £14.95
  2. Frankland River Syrah Mourvedre Grenache, Swinney

    Deep garnet with purple hues, dark and inviting with fresh blueberry and Satsuma plums, coverture, slight white pepper and coal dust. A plush and velvety structure supports the distinct blueberry fruit aromas. Learn More

    £28.00
  3. The Feral Fox Pinot Noir, d'Arenberg

    An aromatic and expressive Pinot, brimming with red fruits and a raft of savoury characters Learn More

    £19.95
  4. 660 Reserve Pinot Noir, Tumbarumba, McWilliams

    Delicate, herbal Pinot Noir from the high-altitude Tumbarumba region. Learn More

    £14.95
  5. The Dead Arm Shiraz, d'Arenberg

    The jewel in the d’Arenberg crown. Superbly rich, superbly structured and just…. superb!! Shiraz at its finest.

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    £37.50
  6. Madfish Cabernet Sauvignon - Merlot

    Intense flavours of rich dark berries, redcurrant, and stewed plums rouse the palate. Learn More

    £12.95
  7. Kooyong Haven Pinot Noir Mornington Peninsula

    This could easily be Premier Cru Volnay: ever so complex, with autumnal scents of frosted rosehips, mushrooms and leather. Learn More

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  8. Synonymous Shiraz, Chaffey Bros Wine Co

    A nose of cedar, spice and plum hinting at the mix of dark fruits and chocolate. Learn More

    £17.95
  9. d'Arenberg The Derelict Vineyard Grenache, McLaren Vale

    This is not soft, squashy strawberry Starburst Grenache.  This is real Grenache.  Serious Grenache.  Grenache with an attitude.

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    £19.95
  10. Tooma River Shiraz, Tooma River

    A rich nose redolent with red and black berry aromas and a smooth, textured palate dripping with juicy dark fruits. Learn More

    £9.25
  11. 660 Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon, Hilltops, McWilliam's

    Our most underpriced wine? Gorgeously plump and succulent, this could easily hail from the Napa Valley - from where you would expect to pay twice as much (or more) for this quality.

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    £14.95
  12. Howard Park Leston Cabernet Sauvignon

    Easily the best wine at a tasting that included premium names costing as much as double the price.  Fabulous balance; succulent, irresistible fruit and sophistication, precision and finesse. Learn More

    £25.00
  13. The Stump Jump GSM, d'Arenberg

    Dark plum fruits, mulberries and licorice with plenty of concentration, depth and velvety tannin. Learn More

    £11.95
  14. 480 Hilltops Shiraz, Hilltops, McWilliam's

    Irresistibly succulent black cherry and pepper notes with superb balance; reminiscent of Syrah from France's Rhône valley. Learn More

    £12.95
  15. Are you Game? Shiraz

    Black pepper, plum and cinnamon mingle with nutmeg and subtle oak notes. The palate is full of ripe red fruits and a medley of complex spices. Learn More

    £14.95
  16. Madfish Shiraz

    A rich, dark, cherry red wine with great colour density. The wine displays aromas of black pepper spice, ripe plum compote, five spice powder and toasty oak. This full-bodied wine is driven by concentrated fruit flavours of chocolate and black cherries, subtle savoury textures and fine, soft tannins. Learn More

    £12.95
  17. Henschke Giles Pinot Noir

    Rich supple velvety texture, excellent depth, length and silky tannins. Beautiful! Learn More

    £34.50
  18. Stargazer Pinot Noir

    Dense purple hues give way to an opulent nose showing the red fruits which are typical of the Huon Valley: pomegranate, cranberries and rhubarb compote. Long and lingering finish. Effortless power and finesse.

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    £49.50
  19. Philip Shiraz, Mt. Pleasant

    Classically medium bodied, exhibiting true Hunter regionality with its perfectly balanced acidity and impeccable length Learn More

    £15.95
  20. Henschke Keyneton Euphonium

    Irresistibly alluring, this is super-soft and succulent, with blackberry and blackcurrant fruit, eucalyptus, sun-dried tomato, rosemary, lavender and toasty, piney oak. It drinks beautifully already, however, it can age gracefully for twenty years or more. Learn More

    £39.50
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