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. Frankland River Grenache, Swinney

    Lifted aromatics of rhubarb, summer pudding and subtle Chinese five spice with a hint of musk sticks. Learn More

  2. Ladies who Shoot their Lunch Wild Ferment Shiraz

    Really, really delicious - a superb Shiraz that with gorgeously pronounced black fruit, black pepper and liquorice notes, beautifully rounded, velvety tannins and fabulous freshness. Learn More

  3. 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

  4. 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

  5. Henschke Henry's Seven

    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

  6. Frankland River Syrah, Swinney

    Fresh blackberry and pepper are complemented by cedar, bitumen and mocha. Inky blueberry fruit fills out the palate with Szechuan pepper, rosemary and tar complemented by fine dusty tannins and a hint of vanilla oak. Learn More

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  7. Kooyong Massale Pinot Noir Mornington Peninsula

    A terrific, complex Pinot Noir with a profound intensity that suggests a far more expensive wine than it really is.

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  8. Glaetzer Bishop Shiraz Barossa Valley

    Beautiful purity, silky-soft texture and lusciously juicy fruit. Learn More