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NV Dandelion Vineyards, Legacy of the 30 Year Old Pedro Ximenez
This wine is hand bottled without filtration or fining, and averages 30 years of age. Zesty on the nose, this sweet wine is packed with marmalade and honey flavours along with citrus and apricot. An intense and dry finish follows. Lovely served chilled as an aperitif, or matched with an indulgent desert - either way we think its a must this Christmas.
1x37.5cl ⋅ Duty Paid£18.60 / Bottle£15.50 excl. VAT / Bottle
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2001 Fox Creek, Shiraz, McLaren Vale Magnum
VM95
A premium McLaren Vale vineyard planted in 1910 is the source for a significant proportion of the fruit that goes into this highly awarded wine.

This Shiraz is only made in the best years, in very small quantities.

Exceptional fruit quality provides complex aromas and flavours of blackberry, blackcurrant and cherry, balanced with well-integrated tannins, sweet spice, chocolate and cedar wood.
1x150cl ⋅ Duty Paid£83.36 / Bottle£69.46 excl. VAT / Bottle
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2020 Jeanneret Rank & File Shiraz
Established in 1992 by the Jeanneret family and recognised as one of Clare Valley’s leading winemakers.2020 Rank & File Shiraz is produced from low yielding vineyards, resulting in a wine with great texture, complexity and depth. 
Aromas and flavours of dark fruits, (Bramble, blackcurrant), sweet spice and dark chocolate. The polished tannins provide 
Structure and there’s enough acidity to balance the fruit.Try with richly flavoured roasts, game, barbecues, hearty casseroles and charcuterie.
1x75cl ⋅ Duty Paid £15.37 / Bottle £12.81 excl. VAT / Bottle
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2020 Jeanneret, Cabernet Malbec, Clare Valley
Inspired by the philosophy and style of Charles Jeanneret (aka as Le Corbusier) the eponymous winery was established in the early 1990’s by the Jeanneret family in South Australia’s Clare Valley.

The wines are produced as a celebration of creativity and precision from vineyards that are tended using organic principles.

Very dark in colour with a vibrant crimson edge. There are abundant aromas of blackberry, blueberry, mulberry and raspberry, accompanied by subtle spicy undertones that complement the fruits.
The palate has a juicy texture, with a firm structure provided by the Cabernet, while the Malbec adds voluptuousness.
Drinking well now, it will continue to develop over the next few years.

Food pairing recommendations: Roast beef or lamb, steak tartare, mature firm cheeses.
1x75cl ⋅ Duty Paid £15.84 / Bottle £13.20 excl. VAT / Bottle
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2018 Kaesler, Stonehorse Cabernet Sauvignon, Clare Valley
The grapes for the Stonehorse Cabernet Sauvignon were selected from estate vineyards in the Polish Hill sub-region of Clare Valley.

Key Information:
• Grape Variety: Cabernet Sauvignon
• Region: Clare Valley, South Australia
• Vineyard Soils: Loam over clay
• Vine Age: 35 years old

The vintage of 2018 proved to be exceptional in Clare Valley, offering favourable conditions throughout the growing season, resulting in a robust harvest, particularly benefiting red wines like Cabernet Sauvignon, showcasing impressive colour and flavour development.
The fermentation process lasted between 7 and 9 days, after which the wine was pressed into tanks and allowed to rest for a few days.
Half of the wine was matured in 3- and 4-year-old French barriques.

This deep ruby wine presents a fresh bouquet characterized by aromas of black cherry, plums and mint chocolate. On the palate, it is medium to full-bodied, highlighted by dark berries, with sweet spices, chocolate and a hint of mint.
1x75cl ⋅ Duty Paid £15.97 / Bottle £13.31 excl. VAT / Bottle
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2018 Kaesler, Stonehorse Shiraz, Barossa Valley
Key Information:
• Grape Variety: Shiraz
• Region: Barossa Valley / Clare Valley
• Vineyard Soils: Deep brown earth
• Vine Age: 34 – 46 Year Old Vines

Harvested by hand, subjected to a 10-day skin contact period, and racked twice daily. Aged in 4-year-old French oak for 15 months, resulting in a full-bodied character.
Tasting Notes: The wine reveals vibrant fruits of the forest with subtle undertones of cassis and spice.
Palate: Delivers a supple and elegant mouthfeel. Dark fruits like blackberry and blueberry harmonize with lighter red fruits such as red currant. Intriguing spicy and mocha notes, and a twist of black pepper are supported by the influence of oak to produce a satisfyingly long finish.
1x75cl ⋅ Duty Paid £15.59 / Bottle £12.99 excl. VAT / Bottle
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2020 Lamella Shiraz Hutton Vale Farm Eden Valley Standish 6x75cl ⋅ In Bond £520 / Case £643.22 incl. Duty & VAT / Case
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2018 Penfolds, Bin 128 Shiraz, Coonawarra
VM93RP91JR16+
6x75cl ⋅ In Bond £115 / Case £157.22 incl. Duty & VAT / Case
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2015 Peter Lehmann, The Barossan Shiraz, Barossa Valley 6x75cl ⋅ Duty Paid £97.20 / Case £81 excl. VAT / Case
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2016 Pewsey Vale, Contours Riesling, Eden Valley
The  Eden Valley’s Pewsey Vale Vineyard sits 250 metres above the Barossa Valley floor. The cooler temperatures at this altitude lengthen the ripening period which is essential for producing superior Riesling grapes.Certified organic certification since 2013, this brilliant Riesling from old (35 years+) vines and wild yeast fermentation. The wine is bottle aged for 5 years prior to release, which adds delicious layers of complexity.Tasting Note: Classic youthful citrus (lemon) and floral aromas combine with a toastiness and notes of clove oil and lemongrass. The finish is long and well-balanced.This wine will continue to age gracefully for decades to come.
 
1x75cl ⋅ Duty Paid£29.60 / Bottle£24.67 excl. VAT / Bottle
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2019 Torbreck, Cuvee Juveniles, Barossa Valley 1x75cl ⋅ Duty Paid £18.07 / Bottle £15.06 excl. VAT / Bottle
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2020 Torbreck, The Steading Blanc, Barossa Valley
Inspired by the rich, luscious and mineral scented dry whites of the Rhône Valley, The Steading - Blanc is sourced entirely from the Descendant Vineyard on Roennfeldt Road first planted in 1994 on the Torbreck estate. 
The ripe, fleshy, barrel fermented Viognier and Marsanne gives the palate a textural edge whilst the Roussanne contributes it’s more flinty and austere personality.
Fragrant aromas of white flowers, summer stone fruits, roasted nuts and buttered citrus are balanced with underlying hints of bees wax, spices such as nutmeg and ginger. Medium bodied with mid palate texture to the opulent fruit, and a lively line of acid along a long, spicy and mineral strewn finish. The Steading - Blanc is an exotic wine that is perfectly matched with crustaceans, lobster bisque or anything from the sea. 
69% Marsanne 21% Roussanne 10% Viognier
MATURATION: Roussanne racked to tank Marsanne and Viognier underwent a slow, indigenous fermentation and rested on fine lees f
1x75cl ⋅ Duty Paid£36.00 / Bottle£30 excl. VAT / Bottle
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2015 Torbreck, The Steading Blanc, Barossa Valley




1x75cl ⋅ Duty Paid£24.00 / Bottle£20 excl. VAT / Bottle
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2019 Torbreck, The Steading, Barossa Valley
RP92JR16
The Steading is very much the heart and soul of Torbreck, the wine that exemplifies our philosophy and beliefs - protecting and nurturing the old vine resources of the Barossa Valley is paramount to Torbreck and this wine.

It is sourced from Grenache, Mataro and Shiraz vines that survived the worldwide phylloxera outbreak of the 1880s, and a century later, the vine-pull scheme in the Barossa in the 1980s.

The newest release, the 2019 The Steading, offers restrained aromatics of mixed berries and cherries interlaced with hints of savory herbs. If it lacks the ripeness and richness of the 2018, it's more elegant and perhaps more complex, with those herbal striations adding silky textural elements to the medium to full-bodied palate. Gentle tannins linger on the finish.




6x75cl ⋅ In Bond £120 / Case £163.22 incl. Duty & VAT / Case
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2019 Torbreck, The Struie, Barossa
RP94
The Eden Valley, the cooler region to the east of the Barossa Valley, consists of river valleys and undulating hills covered with large gums, rocky outcrops and Aboriginal heritage sites.

It is a high-altitude area of between 400 and 500 metres, compared with the Barossa Valley’s elevation of 200 to 300 metres. This higher altitude and 1 to 2 weeks later ripening pattern results in more distinctive varietal flavour characteristics, lower pH and higher acidities.

This Torbreck Shiraz cuvée is a skilful blend of fruit from a 40 year old Eden Valley Shiraz vineyard and an 80 year old Barossa Shiraz vineyard – a marriage of elegance and intensity.
1x75cl ⋅ Duty Paid £37.34 / Bottle £31.12 excl. VAT / Bottle
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2019 Torbreck, The Struie, Barossa
RP94
The Eden Valley, the cooler region to the east of the Barossa Valley, consists of river valleys and undulating hills covered with large gums, rocky outcrops and Aboriginal heritage sites.

It is a high-altitude area of between 400 and 500 metres, compared with the Barossa Valley’s elevation of 200 to 300 metres. This higher altitude and 1 to 2 weeks later ripening pattern results in more distinctive varietal flavour characteristics, lower pH and higher acidities.

This Torbreck Shiraz cuvée is a skilful blend of fruit from a 40 year old Eden Valley Shiraz vineyard and an 80 year old Barossa Shiraz vineyard – a marriage of elegance and intensity.
6x75cl ⋅ In Bond £167.50 / Case £224.04 incl. Duty & VAT / Case
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NV Turkey Flat, Pedro Ximenez, Barossa Valley 1x37.5cl ⋅ Duty Paid£23.00 / Bottle£19.17 excl. VAT / Bottle
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2016 Wynns John Riddoch Cabernet Sauvignon
JR16.5+
6x75cl ⋅ In Bond£400 / Case£499.22 incl. Duty & VAT / Case
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2016 Wynns John Riddoch Cabernet Sauvignon
JR16.5+
6x75cl ⋅ In Bond £329 / Case £414.02 incl. Duty & VAT / Case
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2018 Wynns, John Riddoch Cabernet Sauvignon, Coonawarra 6x75cl ⋅ In Bond £350 / Case £439.22 incl. Duty & VAT / Case
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NV Yalumba ‘The Caley’ Vertical 12/13/14 Cabernet/Shiraz South Australia 3x75cl ⋅ In Bond £338 / Case £415.21 incl. Duty & VAT / Case
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2020 Yalumba, Chardonnay, Barossa Valley

A Family business for 170 years, the Samuel Collection is made to honour Yalumba’s founder, Samuel Smith. After a vine selection on this cool climate estate, half of the production is fermented in French oak barrels while the rest is put in stainless steel vats. Regular batonnage (stirring) of lees continues for 7 months to give complexity and creaminess to the final wine.

Fresh aromas of pink grapefruit zest and candied lemon are apparent with a hint of ripe, stone fruit. The palate is fresh with a creamy texture. Balanced acidity, medium body and an elegant refreshing finish.
1x75cl ⋅ Duty Paid£17.70 / Bottle£14.75 excl. VAT / Bottle
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2018 Yalumba, Cigar Cabernet Sauvignon, Coonawarra
The Menzies Vineyard, Yalumba’s premium Cabernet Sauvignon estate was established in the world famous region of Coonawarra in 1975.Matured for 16 months in new French oak barriques (22%), one year old French oak barriques(31%), balance in older French oak.
1x75cl ⋅ Duty Paid £20.28 / Bottle £16.90 excl. VAT / Bottle
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2021 Yalumba, Viognier, Eden Valley
After harvest, 60% of the fruit was gently pressed directly into old French oak barriques and puncheons and the remainder into stainless steel tanks for fermentation by wild yeast from the vineyard. The wine was left on lees, where regular bâtonnage for ten months increased the complexity and creaminess of the wine and further heightened the palate weight.
Pure aromas reminiscent of fresh apricots, ginger and white flowers. The palate is long and silky, with stone fruit flavours and a fresh finish. 
All Yalumba wines have been vegan friendly since 2011.
1x75cl ⋅ Duty Paid£17.70 / Bottle£14.75 excl. VAT / Bottle
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NV Dutschke, 22 Year Old Tawny
A 2017 release from Jura and part of a trilogy of "One for" editions and this one for the "Diurachs" the people of the Isle of Jura itself. Matured in a combination of American white oak Ex-Bourbon, Sherry, sparkling Cab Franc wine, Cabernet Sauvignon wine and Pinot Noir wine casks. Bottled at 51% ABV and non chill filtered and only 5000 bottles released.
1x70cl ⋅ Duty Paid£119.95 / Bottle£99.96 excl. VAT / Bottle
2022 Jeanneret, Big Fine Girl Riesling, Clare Valley
Jeanneret Wines was established in 1992 by the Jeanneret family, whose passion for making wines organically purely for fun led them into the winemaking business: in 1994, the Jeanneret cellar door in the Clare Valley opened.

Today Jeanneret is headed up by self-taught winemakers, Ben Jeanneret & Harry Dickinson. Both are very talented winemakers and their passion and winemaking craft really comes through in the wines.

The vineyard is located in Clare Valley across 2 sites called Sevenhill and Watervale. The average altitude is around 430 to 510 metres above sea level.
After the harvest the grapes are fermented in stainless-steel vats. The wine spends 221 days aged on their lees to give it a creamy texture.
This is definitely a proper dry Riesling as the sugar content is only 0.7gr per litre. On the palate the acidity is vibrant and the citrussy, green apple character of the grapes is respected.

1x75cl ⋅ Duty Paid£14.70 / Bottle£12.25 excl. VAT / Bottle
2020 Jeanneret, Cabernet Malbec, Clare Valley 12x75cl ⋅ In Bond£144 / Case£218.88 incl. Duty & VAT / Case
2015 Kaesler, Alte Reben Shiraz, Barossa Valley
Fruit off the estate's Marananga vineyard planted in 1899. The wine is matured in 35% new French oak and aged 16 months. It's full-bodied, bold and rich with densely packed tannins and all manner of dark fruit, spice and gravelly/ironstone notes. Retains purity, even a brightness.
96 Points - James Halliday
1x75cl ⋅ Duty Paid £54.00 / Bottle £45 excl. VAT / Bottle
2018 Kaesler, Cabernet Sauvignon, Barossa Valley
Favourable conditions prevailed in Clare Valley throughout 2018, resulting in a great vintage for this Cabernet Sauvignon. The grapes are sourced from vineyards in the Polish Hill sub region of Clare Valley.The resulting wine displays aromas and flavours of damsons and blackcurrant with a splash of mocha and a whiff of minty eucalyptus.The majority of Kaesler’s vineyards comprise old vine material planted in 1893, 1899, 1930 and in the 1960’s. 
Grapes are is hand harvested with minimal. Crop thinning is performed to reduce yields and increase flavour with parcels kept separate until final blending.
Kaesler have developed ‘regenerative farming’ projects to improve and rebuild the soils.
In 2002 soil testing in the ‘Old Bastard’ vineyard showed organic carbon has increased nearly five-fold, removing carbon from the atmosphere and returning it to the soil.
 
1x75cl ⋅ Duty Paid£18.80 / Bottle£15.67 excl. VAT / Bottle
2017 Kaesler, The Bogan, Barossa Valley
‘Bogan’ - Australian slang for a person whose speech, clothing, attitude and behaviour are unrefined or unsophisticated…
This wine was apparently ironically inspired by wine critic, Robert Parker, who enthused about encouraged high-alcohol, bold, fruity wines.
The Bogan’s creator, Reid Bosward wanted to prove that to demonstrate that being described as a ‘country bogan’ was no barrier to producing a superior Barossa Shiraz.
The Bogan is an exemplary, full-bodied Shiraz produced from a combination of two blocks of estate vines.
The older vines, Marananga, were planted in 1899 and yields intense, concentrated fruit. The Nuriootpa block (planted in 1963) provides more “black fruit.”
The result? Intense aromas and flavours of black cherry, blackberry, damson, with layers of sweet spice held together by soft tannins and well-balanced oak influence.

Perfect to accompany grilled red meats, slow cooked, seasoned meat dishes, rich pasta dishes, earthy vegetarian dishes and aged, hard cheeses.
1x75cl ⋅ Duty Paid £30.00 / Bottle £25 excl. VAT / Bottle