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 – Both opulent and fine at once. The bullseye has been hit dead centre here. Oak, fruit, acid and tannin all pull together. Excellent wine, builds its own landscape. Blackcurrant-like flavour, luscious, is slipped with coffee-cream, leather, cigars. Dusty, fruit-filled tannin winds its way through, inexorable, unhurried, a river flowing over smooth long stones. The longer you sit with it, the lower the price seems.
World Wine – “There are wines one sips and make notes and moves on to the next, then there are wines where the notes seem unimportant an intrusion into the thought process, a wine one wants to simply sip, clear thoughts out of the mind and meditate, this is such a wine, if that doesn’t convey the quality of this wine, any lexicon of words won’t 95 points and more to come as it ages $46 really is value” 95 Points | Tony Keys, The Key Report /
The Wine Front – Shiraz grown in both the Mt Barker and Frankland River areas of the Great Southern, almost in equal measure (slightly favouring FR). Yes. It hits the mark nicely. Plums, peppercorns, deli meat and creamy oak. Enough fruit, enough ‘interest’, a silky feel to the palate and just enough ‘oomph’. No hesitation in going here.