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. Pinot Noir, MadFish

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

    £11.95
  2. Unwooded Chardonnay, MadFish

    This Chardonnay jumps out of the glass with flavours of ripe white peach and melon. Learn More

    £11.95
  3. The Stump Jump GSM, d'Arenberg

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

    £10.95
  4. Riesling, MadFish

    Lovely lemon in colour with, lime zest, citrus blossom and green skin pear aromas. Learn More

    £11.95
  5. 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

    £11.95
  6. Are You Game Sparkling Brut, Fowles Wines

    A delicate straw colour. Aromas of strawberries and apples with some subtle savoury notes. This wine is light and fresh with a fine bead and some yeasty complexity.

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    £14.95
  7. The Noble Mud Pie Viognier Arneis, d'Arenberg (37.5cl)

    Superbly indulgent, wonderfully rich and complex. A nose strongly reminiscent of dried apricots is the very start of a vinous journey full of excesses. The palate is equally dominated by these exorbitant apricot notes but of equal importance are the complexing flavours of ginger bread, tinned pineapple, honey, cinnamon and cumquat. The weight of the wine is unrivalled but the whole package is neatly dragged back into check by the crisp acid backbone ensuring the bottle, once opened is unlikely to see out the evening.

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    £11.50
  8. Heartland Illicium, Langhorne Creek

    A bright glass of juicy and delicious red. Powerful, youthful and persistent; layered with multifaceted spice and an accompaniment of floral aromas. Learn More

    £13.75
  9. The Wild Pixie Shiraz, d'Arenberg

    Savoury and spicy on first inspection but with time in the glass masses of sweet fruit including plums and mulberries leap from the glass developing into a very complex and delicioulsy moreish wine.

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    £18.95
  10. Heartland Foreign Correspondent

    Best enjoyed lightly chilled. A fragrant, light-bodied red that is perfect for summer drinking. Learn More

    £12.95
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