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  1. Innocent Bystander Pinot Noir

    Briary chocolate and just a hint of stemmy spice on the nose. Musk and brambly red berries combine with orange peel, dark cocoa powder and roasted coffee beans. Wet red earth and undergrowth. The palate shows spicy clovey notes with a Campari like stalkiness. Tight and brooding with a touch of savoury peat. A round fresh palate with a twang of chalky tannin.

    750ml bottle

    €19.95

    Out of stock

  2. Wynns Coonawarra Estate, 52nd Vintage Cabernet Sauvignon 2007

    An enticing nose with dark plums, underlying black olive notes and spice. Tightly structured, Medium bodied with fine tannins and concentrated Dark fruit. The 2007 exhibits more of the dark fruit spectrum and is well suited to current drinking or ageing for up to 12 years. The 2009 vintage spent 15 months in oak - American oak: 12% seasoned. French oak: 38% new, with the remainder in seasoned French oak.

    750ml bottle

    €36.50

  3. Henschke - Henry's Seven

    This blend of Shiraz, Grenache and Viognier is a relatively recent addition to Henschke's impressive range. Typically fragrant plum and raspberry aromas, followed by a velvety palate with rich fruit flavours. A fruit bomb!

    750ml bottle

    €39.50

  4. O' Dwyer Cabernet Sauvignon

    The Cabernet Sauvignon is crafted from grapes harvested from 70+ year old vines that are dry grown or unirrigated. The grapes are hand picked, processed in small 2 tonne fermenters, hand plunged or punched and pressed using traditional wine making methods. The wine is then aged for 20 months in a combination of high-end French and American oak, 25% being new oak and the balance one and two year old oak. The age of the vines ensures balanced, low yielding Cabernet which has great varietal characters and definition. These varietal characters are prominent, with blueberry and violets and hints of spice. The palate is flavoursome and tight with a balanced fine tannin finish. This wine is drinking well now but will benefit from careful cellaring.

    750ml bottle

    €49.50

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  5. Johnsons Block Shiraz Cabernet

    Johnson's Block is a dry grown vineyard in the heart of the terra rossa. The first vines were planted there in 1925. The 2004 Wynns Coonawarra Estate Johnson's Block Shiraz Cabernet is a tribute to Johnson' vineyard and the excellent fruit that is produces. The wine is a traditional style, with red fruits and black pepper, framed by fine tannins. This wine was matured for 15 months in a combination of new French and one-year-old American oak. Deep purple with crimson highights. The wine shows a very lifted nose with aromas of raspberry seeds, red fruit and violets. Cherry and raspberry fruit flavours flood across the creamy oak palate. Rounded tannins and delicate nutty, walnut flavours make for a complex wine with a light, powdery tannin finish. Lingering flavours of smoky oak, strawberry and fennel complete this delicate, elegant, almost ethereal offering.

    750ml bottle

    €59.50

  6. William Downie Gippsland Pinot Noir

    Rich cherry, blackcurrant, blackberry and poached plum with clove, nutmeg and some floral notes. Dense and concentrated. The palate shows cigar box and forest floor with more dark fruits. Fine but present tannin. Some oak showing at this early stage. Textured and long.

    750ml bottle

    €59.50

  7. Mornington Pinot Noir

    Complex Pinot nose. Raspberry, cranberry and blood plums with violets, lavender and undergrowth. Very precise, detailed and distictly Mornington Peninsula. The palate has sweet red fruits and some subtle oak derived spice. Textured, fine and long with crisp, noticeable acidity. Very approachable but built for the long haul.

    750ml bottle

    €59.50

  8. William Downie Yarra Valley, Pinot Noir

    Very aromatic, lifted and intensely perfumed with violets, rose petal, lavender and liquorice as well as musk, blackcurrant and loganberry. A core of granite derived minerality adds definition and precision. The palate is richly textured, long and fine. A distinctive wine with a long future.

    750ml bottle

    €59.50

  9. Cullen - Diana Madeline

    Delicate crimson and garnet ruby colour. The plum, mulberry and blackcurrant aromas cascade out of the glass bringing high notes of rose and violet. Savoury ironstone and tobacco complete the classic aroma profile of Diana Madeline.Fine grained tannin with uplifting and sustained fruit notes. Red fruit and plum flavours connect with the ironstone minerality, providing backbone and structure. This medium bodied elegance is deceptive as the depth and length on the palate are profound. Drink now and up to 40 years.

    750ml bottle

    €79.50

  10.  Elderton Command Shiraz 1995

    ...Sweet and dense in the mouth, but given verve by pungent minerality and firm acidity. Strong element of tarry oak. A powerfully structured wine...

    €169.00

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