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Plus & Minus Prosecco-Champagne & Sparkling-World Wine
Plus & Minus Prosecco
Yangarra Estate Old Vine Grenache 2021 375ml (Half Bottle)-Red Wine-World Wine
Yangarra Estate Old Vine Grenache 2021 375ml (Half Bottle)

James Halliday – “Ex 1946 Blewitt Springs bush vines planted in a deep sandy dune that Yangarra call The Beach; dry-grown, bunch-sorted, wild yeast, open fermented and basket pressed. Bright clear though deep crimson hue; scented/perfumed, and I’m gone for all money without even tasting it. And I haven’t fooled myself. Its red fruit sundae glistens with dew drops on a spider’s web, yet also has a savoury echo towards the finish.” 99 Points & Wine of the Year Wine (Halliday Companion Awards Panel 2024)

Domaine Naturaliste Rebus Cabernet Sauvignon 2022-Red Wine-World Wine
Domaine Naturaliste Rebus Cabernet Sauvignon 2022
Plus & Minus Blanc de Blancs-Champagne & Sparkling-World Wine
Plus & Minus Blanc de Blancs
Tread Softly Pinot Noir 2023-Red Wine-World Wine
Tread Softly Pinot Noir 2023
Ministry of Clouds McLaren Vale Shiraz 2022 (6 Bottle Case)-Red Wine-World Wine
Ministry of Clouds McLaren Vale Shiraz 2022 (6 Bottle Case)
Tread Softly Rose 2023-Rose Wine-World Wine
Tread Softly Rose 2023
O'Leary Walker Watervale Riesling 2023-White Wine-World Wine
O'Leary Walker Watervale Riesling 2023

Wine Enthusiast – 2022 Vintage Review: “Such an exquisite wine. Dave O’Leary compares 2022 with the legendary vintage of 2002 (what a surfeit of riches we’ve had with the 22s following the wonderful 2021s) and on the evidence of this wine, no argument from me. The dry grown vineyard is classic Watervale, red loam over limestone with a westerly aspect. The hand-harvested fruit is de-stemmed, crushed and gently pressed. A component of the pressings is incorporated with the free-run juice, which is chilled after the pressing. The juice is settled, racked and yeast added. Fermentation is kept cool and takes around ten to fourteen days. Beautifully perfumed, this is so fragrant. An utterly magical nose. The wine seems so fragile but there is coiled power lurking below. Seamless, balanced, focused, we have notes of lemons and limes, florals and glacéd fruit. Gentle persistence and the palate really is incredibly long. It is so beguiling now that cellaring will be difficult but it will easily handle ten to twenty years and improve over that time. A brilliant Riesling. Seriously $25? Is this the greatest bargain to be found anywhere in the world? Anyone without a case or two in the cellar is not serious about wine.” - 98 Points Ken Gargett, Winepilot

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Bleasdale Adelaide Hills Chardonnay 2023-White Wine-World Wine
Bleasdale Adelaide Hills Chardonnay 2023
$23.99 $25.50
Montevecchio Moscato-White Wine-World Wine
Montevecchio Moscato
Domaine Naturaliste Artus Chardonnay 2022-White Wine-World Wine
Domaine Naturaliste Artus Chardonnay 2022
Little Giant Adelaide Hills Pinot Noir 2022-Red Wine-World WineLittle Giant Adelaide Hills Pinot Noir 2022-Red Wine-World Wine
Little Giant Adelaide Hills Pinot Noir 2022

World Wine – Sam Kim (Wine Orbit)

Fraser Gallop Parterre Cabernet Sauvignon 2020-Current Promotions-World Wine
Fraser Gallop Parterre Cabernet Sauvignon 2020
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Oliver’s Taranga HJ Reserve Shiraz 2020-Red Wine-World Wine
Oliver’s Taranga HJ Reserve Shiraz 2020
Tread Softly Pinot Grigio 2023-White Wine-World Wine
Tread Softly Pinot Grigio 2023
Little Giant Barossa Shiraz 2021-Red Wine-World WineLittle Giant Barossa Shiraz 2021-Red Wine-World Wine
Little Giant Barossa Shiraz 2021

World Wine – Sam Kim (Wine Orbit)

Plus & Minus Pinot Grigio-White Wine-World Wine
Plus & Minus Pinot Grigio
Heathcote Estate Shiraz 2020-Red Wine-World Wine
Heathcote Estate Shiraz 2020

World Wine – 98 points + Gold - Adelaide Wine Show

Mollydooker The Boxer Shiraz 2021-Red Wine-World Wine
Mollydooker The Boxer Shiraz 2021

Wine Spectator – Juicy notes of ripe black cherry and spiced plum are thick and velvety, oozing with details of baking spices, tobacco and Earl Grey tea on the finish. Concentrated and complex. The thick tannins add some charm. Drink now through 2030.

Mountadam High Eden Chardonnay 2019-White Wine-World Wine
Mountadam High Eden Chardonnay 2019
Tread Softly Prosecco-Champagne & Sparkling-World Wine
Tread Softly Prosecco
Brokenwood Indigo Vineyard Chardonnay 2022-White WIne-World Wine
Brokenwood Indigo Vineyard Chardonnay 2022

Huon Hooke – "A stunning chardonnay" - Huon Hooke, 97pts

Domaine Clarendon Syrah 2020-Current Promotions-World Wine
Domaine Clarendon Syrah 2020
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Bleasdale Vineyards Second Innings Malbec 2022-Red Wine-World Wine
Bleasdale Vineyards Second Innings Malbec 2022
$19.50 $21.65
Hay Shed Hill Vineyard Series Cabernet Sauvignon 2021-Red Wine-World Wine
Hay Shed Hill Vineyard Series Cabernet Sauvignon 2021

James Halliday – "A classic high-quality Margaret River cabernet from an extremely good vintage, with more depth to rounded, fleshy fruit and quality oak than is usual with this wine. It's estate grown, and the vines decades old. It exudes cassis and has an excellent ripe tannin structure. 14% alc. Screwcap. Drink by: 2035"

Rob Dolan White Label Pinot Gris 2023-White Wine-World Wine
Rob Dolan White Label Pinot Gris 2023
Hentley Farm Villain & Vixen Shiraz (12 bottle case)-Red Wine-World Wine
Hentley Farm Villain & Vixen Shiraz (12 bottle case)
Cullen Diana Madeline 2022-Red Wine-World Wine
Cullen Diana Madeline 2022

Wine Enthusiast – ‘Deep colour. Ethereal cassis, light marzipan, vanilla with hints of violet. Fresh blackcurrant pastille, marzipan, cedar flavour and fine bittersweet/ grainy tannins. Finishes claret firm, with pure dark berry fruits and superb mineral length. Elegantly proportioned, pristine and sinuous with excellent cellaring potential. A genuine Australian First Growth highlighting the genius of vineyard site, meticulous harvesting (five separate picking times), empathetic and imaginative winemaking. 89% cabernet sauvignon, 5% merlot, 3% cabernet franc, 3% malbec, 14 months maturation in new (55%) and seasoned French oak. A classic vintage; up there with the best. Keep for a while to allow some bottle age development as you will be greatly rewarded. 13.5% alc.’ 99 points. - Andrew Caillard, The Vintage Journal.


Huon Hooke – ‘Deep, bright red-purple colour with a reserved, shy bouquet that leads into a similarly latent palate where masses of fine tannins lie stealthily in wait. Subtle violet and blackberry traces. There is tremendous depth and muscle to this wine but it is still a little in its shell and needs more time to open. Masses of tannin bode well for its future in the cellar. Decanting may work if broaching it young. (89% cabernet sauvignon, 5% merlot, 3% cabernet franc, 3% malbec. Aged in 55% new oak for 14 months).’ 98 points. Huon Hooke, The Real Review

Fire Gully Chardonnay 2022-White Wine-World Wine
Fire Gully Chardonnay 2022
Giant Steps Yarra Valley Chardonnay 2022-White Wine-World Wine
Giant Steps Yarra Valley Chardonnay 2022
Cullen Kevin John Chardonnay 2023-White Wine-World Wine
Cullen Kevin John Chardonnay 2023
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The Wine Front – ‘Made from 100% dry farmed biodynamically certified Wente/Gin Gin clone planted between 1976 and 1988. Australian Chardonnay is so good. Now packaged in a lighter bottle weighing 360 grams, as opposed to the old one which was 560 grams. Very good. Well done. Now lets get rid of those ‘flagship’ (usually red, aspirational, and anachronistic) wines weighing in at nearly 1kg… As an aside, I taste nearly all wines from a Plumm Three No.3 Burgundy glass these days, such a pleasing and durable glass. For light whites and sparkling, I tend to use Gabriel glass. Peach and dried pear, plenty of spice, cedar, brittle toffee and vanilla, cumquat, lime and white flower. It’s a powerful expression of Wilyabrup Chardonnay, intense in acidity and flavour, it has spice and plenty of grip, lime nougat, a milk powder richness, and a bold finish of excellent length. Positively dripping with golden flavour and energy, but so very good.’ - 96 Points, Gary Walsh. The Wine Front

Plus & Minus Rose 2022-Rose Wine-World Wine
Plus & Minus Rose 2022
Leeuwin Estate Art Series Chardonnay 2021-White Wine-World Wine
Leeuwin Estate Art Series Chardonnay 2021
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The Wine Front – "Light straw colour with a reserved lemon/grapefruit aroma, fresh and penetrating, the palate brisk and bright with vibrant acidity and intense grapefruit/lemon flavours that persist the full length of the very long palate. Superb vitality and balance. It promises to reward cellaring too. Tremendously concentrated and compact, with extreme drive and massive persistence, it positively vibrates with energy. Very cellarworthy, too." (98/100 Huon Hooke, The Real Review 4 January 2024)

Frogmore Creek Fume Blanc 2019-White Wine-World Wine
Frogmore Creek Fume Blanc 2019
Medhurst Estate Rose 2023-Rose Wine-World Wine
Medhurst Estate Rose 2023
42 Degrees South Premier Cuvée Sparkling NV-Champagne & Sparkling-World Wine42 Degrees South Premier Cuvée Sparkling NV-Champagne & Sparkling-World Wine
42 Degrees South Premier Cuvée Sparkling NV
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Wine production in Australia boasts a rich history that dates back to the 18th century. From its humble beginnings, the wine industry in the country has flourished, leveraging the varied climatic zones to cultivate a diverse array of grape varieties. While regions like Barossa Valley, McLaren Vale, and Hunter Valley might ring familiar to many, there are over 60 wine regions in Australia, each with its unique terroir and specialties. One of the standout features of Australian winemaking is the innovative spirit. From pioneering new viticultural techniques to experimenting with grape varieties not traditionally associated with the Australian terroir, winemakers consistently push boundaries. This zeal for innovation is balanced by a deep respect for tradition, resulting in wines that are both groundbreaking and deeply rooted in the country's winemaking legacy. Shiraz might be the grape most synonymous with Australian wine, but the country also produces exceptional Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Riesling, among others. The complexity, depth, and character of Australian wines make them a favorite on the global stage, celebrated for their uniqueness and authenticity.
Wine grapes arrived in Australia in 1788 with its first colonists. However, experts credit James Busby for popularising viticulture in the country in 1833, when he brought many wine grapes to Australia, including the now-famous Shiraz (AKA Syrah). Wine production exists in Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, Western Australia and Tasmania. Most vineyards are near the coast, where the grapevines benefit from the oceanic cooling breeze, while irrigated regions inland are also a significant source of wine. Australia has both warm and cold wine regions. Some are a few miles from the seashore, and others are on the mountains.
Shiraz is Australia’s flagship grape. The French variety feels right at home in the country, especially in South Australia (the country’s most important wine region.) Shiraz is the most planted varietal in Australia, followed closely by Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon. Other grapes with significant plantings include Merlot, Pinot Noir, Semillon, Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling and those used to make GSM blends along with Shiraz — Grenache and Mourvedre. You’ll also be surprised to find rare grapes in Australia, from Italian Nebbiolo to Spanish Tempranillo. Of course, these wines are hard to find but worth seeking.
For types of wine, the most popular wine styles in Australia are youthful red wines made with Syrah, oak-aged Chardonnay, age-worthy Shiraz and Cabernet, and elegant Pinot Noir. Fragrant Riesling and refreshing Sauvignon and Semillon are famous, too! Fortified wines were once the most celebrated wine style in Australia. Although the category still exists, it has fallen out of fashion as dry table wines dominate the global wine market. And let’s not forget about the refreshing sparkling wines produced in several Australian regions, most notably in Tasmania — they are amongst the best in the world.
Wine is a noble drink. You usually get what you pay for. Fine wine is expensive to make, and it’s often produced in small quantities. That means that the best wines in Australia are not cheap. Having said that, Australia is a source of extraordinarily well-priced wine, and the quality-price ratio is very convenient, especially for everyday wines. The most age-worthy red wines from prestigious regions like Barossa and Eden Valley can go for a few hundred dollars, while inexpensive Shiraz or Chardonnay from the irrigated area inland are often inexpensive.
The best Australian wines are the ones you like the most. The good news? Australian winemakers produce all types of wine to satisfy your every need. Look for Australian wine in World Wine and choose your favourite. From collector’s items to lovely weeknight sippers. Australia has it all!