All wines over $25 per bottle will be vintage specific. In the case the listed vintage is out of stock, we will inform you via email for approval to go ahead.
James Halliday – From Swallowfield, the southernmost vineyard in the Yarra Valley. Hand-picked, wild-fermented with 60% whole bunches, pressed to French oak (25% new) for 10 months. Light, clear colour; has a perfumed bouquet. A supremely elegant and expressive wine that flows joyously along the palate and into the long aftertaste.
James Halliday – Bringing white peach, pear, and a smear of wild honey (plus that rarest of its type, calm acidity) into a coherent whole speaks of the winemaker’s skill and quality of the fruit with equal clarity. This is a gem; no wonder much of its wine is consumed on the island. 13% alc, screwcap. 97 points. James Halliday, The Weekend Australian
James Halliday – From 50–130yo vines in Ebenezer. Matured 16 months in new 95% French and 5% American oak barrels; unfiltered. Gloss and polish of superb black fruits, framed in superfine tannins are Ben Glaetzer's hallmarks. He continues to hone his talent at sustaining brightness and freshness, even in northern Barossa shiraz of monumental proportions. This represents one of his finest works yet. Bitter dark chocolate oak holds an enticing finish that ricochets with inky black fruits and licorice. Tyson Stelzer Published 13 August 2021