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  1. Shaw & Smith Adelaide Hills Shiraz 2014

    Shaw & Smith Adelaide Hills Shiraz 2014

    €37.95

    The 2013 has lovely fresh aromatics of red berries, which is followed on the palate by intense pure fruit notes including raspberry and blueberry. The palate is long and layered, with ample fine tannins and background notes of clove and black pepper. Learn More
  2. 2015 Ridge Lytton Springs

    2015 Ridge Lytton Springs

    €51.95

    "Jammy raspberry fruit with pepper, mint and sweet toasted oak. Brambly fruit on the palate, sensuous, well defined tannins and balanced acidity." (Winemakers Tasting Note, March 2017) Learn More
  3. Torres Perpetual Priorat

    Torres Perpetual Priorat

    €52.95

    Very dark, intense ruby colour. An aroma of preserves (cherry, blackberry) and spices on a highly characteristic mineral base. On the palate it has great volume with an admirable balance between the wine’s fruity density and its spicy notes acquired through ageing in new oak (cedar, toast). Included in a complex finish is also a hint of chocolate and tobacco. Learn More
  4. Malhadinha Nova Malhadinha 2015

    Malhadinha Nova Malhadinha 2015

    €58.95

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    A blend of five varieties. Lovely freshness: bright with nice definition and texture to the lively cherry and berry fruits. An elegant style with some structure to the pure fruit. 94/100" - www.wineanorak.com Learn More
  5. Yalumba The Octavius Shiraz Barossa Valley 2004

    Yalumba The Octavius Shiraz Barossa Valley 2004

    €99.95

    Yalumba The Octavius has established a reputation as one of Australia's icon Shiraz wines, an amazing feat considering the first release was the 1990 vintage. In addition to being sourced from a number of very old vineyards in the Barossa, The Octavius is matured in American oak 'octaves' of 90 litres capacity. It is the only red wine in the world that is matured in such small barrels. The secret of the wine not becoming overpowered by the oak lies in the wood which is seasoned at Yalumba's own on-site cooperage for eight years before the octaves are crafted. Yalumba is one of a select few wineries in the world who boast their own coopers practising the ancient craft of barrel making

    A renowned Barossa icon is Yalumba’s Shiraz The Octavius. 100% Shiraz, aged for 22 months in a combination of American barrels (coopered at Yalumba) and French 300 liter hogsheads. This beauty offers up aromas of sweet blueberries, black truffles, blackberries, melted road tar, pepper, and espresso roast. Full-bodied, powerful, and rich, with sweet tannin, decent acidity, and a superb finish, this is a wine to drink over the next 15 or more years.

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  6. Waterford Estate 'The Jem' 2011

    Waterford Estate 'The Jem' 2011

    €115.00

    Strong lead pencil and cassis notes backed by Cedar & spice aromas. Typical Bordeaux structure, fine grained, well integrated tannins, soft and elegant. A long, refreshing and elegant finish which is classically dry. A great vintage with the wine best to drink between 2012 and 2020.

    60% Cabernet Sauvignon, 15% Shiraz, 7.5% Malbec, 7.5% Cabernet Franc, 5% Mourvèdre, 2.5% Sangiovese, 2.5% Barbera, The Jem is an expression of the Helderberg - Stellenbosch terroir. The wine has been grown and crafted to show a combination of fruit and spice on aroma with elegantly layered tannins to enhance the flavour and finish.

    Waterford Estate released their flagship red wine, The Jem, in October 2007. Waterford's ambition has always been to make the best possible red wine from their home grown vineyards; a wine that expresses Waterford's ethos of uncompromising quality. This wine has been ten years in the making, and is dedicated to and named after, Jeremy Ord, the proprietor of Waterford Estate, who is fondly known as Jem to his family and friends. Learn More
  7. Chateau Lynch Bages, Pauillac 2012

    Chateau Lynch Bages, Pauillac 2012

    €165.00

    DECANTER
    17.5/20 Points

    JANCIS
    16.5/20 Points

    PARKER
    87-89/100 Points

    Wine Spectator
    91-94/100 Points


    DECANTER - Rich dense colour, big meaty wine with good florality as well as rich fruit, a big wine, very ripe for this vintage.
    Steven Spurrier, Decanter, April 2013

    JANCIS - Blackish purple. Lots of minerals on the nose. Tight and taut and almost painfully tart but there is energy here certainly!
    Jancis Robinson MW, jancisrobinson.com, April 24 2013

    PARKER - Some of Lynch Bages's tell-tale cedary, black currant, earth and spice characteristics are present in the 2012's moderately intense bouquet. This wine exhibits good purity, a healthy dark ruby/purple color and medium body. There is a slight deficiency in the mid-palate, but it recovers sufficiently and offers up a decent finish that tails off ever so slightly. This good to excellent wine could use more fat and charm in the mid-section. Cellar it for a couple of years and drink it over the following 12-14 years.
    Robert Parker - Wine Advocate - Apr 2013

    Wine Spectator - Pure and racy, delivering a core of violet, cassis and cherry, well-framed by a sleek, iron-coated structure. Features a long, taut, focused finish. Shows the austerity of the vintage, but this remains long and pure, with fine cut.
    James Molesworth, Wine Spectator, April 8 2013

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  8. La Mondotte, Saint-Emilion Grand Cru 2006

    La Mondotte, Saint-Emilion Grand Cru 2006

    €345.00

    Stephan von Neipperg's tiny jewel of a vineyard 12 acres produces the ultimate garage wine from 50-year old vines. A candidate for the wine of the vintage, this blend of 80% Merlot and 20% Cabernet Franc is a big, concentrated effort of extraordinary intensity and richness. A sensational bouquet of sweet blueberry, black raspberry, and black currant fruit interwoven with scents of charcoal, incense, graphite, and pain grille is followed by an extraordinarily intense, full-bodied, amazingly concentrated wine displaying elevated tannins in the finish. It is another uncompromising effort meant for long-term cellaring.

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  9. Gaja Sori Tildin 2003

    Gaja Sori Tildin 2003

    €395.00

    Even in the super-hot 2003 vintage, Gaja’s Sori Tildin displays its pedigree, with its dark ruby color, finely nuanced, detailed aromatics and layers of ripe red fruit that gradually reveal themselves as this exquisite wine sits in the glass. Offering extraordinary depth of expression as well length on the palate along with great overall balance, it is another remarkable wine from Angelo Gaja. As is usually the case, I also find it to be the most classic of the single-vineyard wines. Anticipated maturity: 2013-2025.94+ Robert Parker

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