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  1. William Downie Yarra Valley Petit Manseng 2009

    Aromas of pear, apple, lime and roasted pineapple. The palate shows honeydew melon, kiwi and toasted marshmallow with subtle curry leaf and lemon verbena. The wine is rich and powerful yet structured and refreshing. Not obviously sweet, the acidity and tannin providing definition and balance.

    750ml bottle

    €39.50

  2. 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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  3. 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

  4. 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

  5. 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

  6. Henschke Hill of Grace

    Crimson brown in colour. Leathery, earthy and herbal aromas with plum and spice notes. An intense and lush palate with layers of dark fruit flavours, a long textured finish with velvety tannins.

    750ml bottle

    €950.00

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