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 Custodian Grenache, d'Arenberg

    Displays mature notes of leather, forest floor and cedar, perfectly balanced and harmonious with a firm backbone. Learn More

    £14.95
  2. Henschke Henry's Seven SGV

    GOLD MEDAL SWA 2015 - Soft, rich and spicy peppery fruit on the palate. The texture is juicy and lush with layers of velvety tannins. Learn More

    £32.00
  3. d'Arenberg d'Arry's Original Shiraz Grenache

    This wine is named in honour of d'Arenberg's principal, Francis d’Arenberg Osborn, who is universally known as d’Arry. d'Arry's original blend, first launched some four decades ago, was as is it appears today - a blend of Shiraz and Grenache grown on d'Arenberg's low yielding, 19th century vineyards. Learn More

    £15.95
  4. 660 Reserve Pinot Noir, Tumbarumba, McWilliams

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

    £14.95
  5. Henschke 'Johann's Garden' GMS

    Rich and full, supple texture, good balance, weight and length. Learn More

    £37.00
  6. Pinot Noir, MadFish

    Vibrant and succulent cherry fruit with underlying savoury mushroom notes. Learn More

    £12.95
  7. 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
  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. Henschke 'Mount Edelstone' Shiraz

    Top of the range Shiraz from this revered producer. Learn More

    £125.00
  10. The Ironstone Pressings GSM, d'Arenberg

    Plums, mulberries, fresh soil and more developed peaty like notes are all apparent, with an underlying lick of exotic Indian spice. Learn More

    £37.50
  11. 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
  12. 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
  13. Amon-Ra Shiraz by Ben Glaetzer, Barossa Valley

    Never before have I tasted a young vintage of Amon-Ra with such focus, freshness and finesse, coupled to such formidable power and concentration.

        — Tom King, Fine Wine Manager, October 2018

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    £62.50
  14. The High Trellis Cabernet Sauvignon d'Arenberg

    Loaded with classic Cabernet Sauvignon characters of cassis, plums, cedar, red pepper and violets. Learn More

    £14.95
  15. 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
  16. 480 Hilltops Shiraz, Hilltops, McWilliam's

    Outstanding value for money, this ie a beautifully soft, succulent and approachable Shiraz from the superb, high-altitude Hilltops region. Learn More

    £12.95
  17. 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

    £45.00
  18. Mount Barrow Pinot Noir, Marchand and Burch

    A Pinot Noir from selected single block vineyards in Western Australia's Great Southern region. Made with traditional wine making methods and producing a fresh, flavoursome wine with the capacity to age gracefully. Learn More

    £38.00
  19. Battle for Barrosa: La Conquista! Chaffey Bros

    The vinous rematch of the 1811 Battle at Barrosa Ridge where Spain fought off attacking French forces. La Conquista! pitches Tempranillo and Garnacha on the attack, ruffling feathers amongst the Barossa Old Guard varieties of French descent. Learn More

    £16.50
  20. Kooyong Ferrous Pinot Noir Mornington Peninsula

    Beautifully fresh and already complex aromas of cherry, cranberry, walnut, anise and liquorice root, with perhaps a hint of zesty blood orange. Learn More

    £45.00
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