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 Galvo Garage Cabernet Blend, d'Arenberg

    All the Cabernets with a little Petit Verdot from McLaren Vale with some grapes coming from Adelaide Hills! Learn More

    £17.95
  2. 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

    £13.50
  3. The Laughing Magpie, d'Arenberg

    Round and luscious with an attractive black olive and sage character persistent throughout the palate. Learn More

    £19.25
  4. The Custodian Grenache, d'Arenberg

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

    £13.50
  5. Stargazer Chardonnay

    The nose is bursting with grapefruit and white peach, entwined with a nutty oakiness. The palate follows the nose with a superb lingering finish, beautifully balanced with good acidity and a fantastic creamy intensity. Delicious!

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    £30.00
  6. 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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    £35.00
  7. Stargazer Riesling

    Quartz-green in colour. Crammed with vibrant Cox’s Orange apple and lemon pith notes on the nose, as well as lifted jasmine and crystallised ginger aromatics. The palate’s bright acidity and river stone flavours are balanced with a gentle fruit sweetness and talc-like texture.

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    £25.00
  8. The Stump Jump, Shiraz, d'Arenberg

    The nose is chock-full of fresh blackberries, cherries and dark chocolate sprinkled with spices. The palate is fresh and juicy, ripe red fruits mix with plums, blackcurrant, flowers and a twist of black pepper. The tannins are fine with d’Arenberg’s trademark earthiness helping keep this easy going wine in check.

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    £10.50
  9. Chalmers Vermentino

    Sherbet lemon and cream on the nose, with a suggestion of fresh herbs.  Light, delicate, pure and fresh, with lovely crisp acidity.  Delicious green apple finish.  If you like Chablis, you’ll love this.

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    £17.50
  10. Chalmers Fiano

    Rich nose of greengages and butter.  Rounded, plush texture cut across by vibrant acidity and a character strongly suggestive of minerals.  A wine with dramatic tension between richness and bright tanginess.

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    £19.95
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