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42 Degrees South Premier Cuvee Sparkling

Sparkling - Sparkling White - Sparkling White


 
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$99 Big Bargain Mixed Dozen

More than just value the other great thing about a mixed case like this is the variety, and the Bargain Mixed Dozen covers a whole smorgasbord of different wines. Think vibrant and citrussy Riesling, or a tangy Sauvignon Blanc from Chile. Maybe red wine...


 
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A.T. Richardson Hard Hill Road Durif

This red was made by Adam (A.T.) Richardson, a born and bred Western Australian with a first career as a navy aviator. Once a winemaker at Oakridge in the Yarra Valley, his wine credentials are particularly focused on the US where he was once Treasury...


 
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Alasia Moscato d'Asti

This is proper, authentic Moscato from northern Italy that will change your perception of the style. We love this type of wine because it offers an alternative to sticky wines and is more sprightly on the palate, less cloying and lower in alcohol too....


 
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Aloft Adelaide Hills Rose

Made by Adam & Brooke Lampit of Lambrook Wines, this pure and delicious 2017 Aloft Adelaide Hills Rosé shows everything great about good modern pink wine. It's light, it's fresh, it's savoury, it's crunchy. It's just a delightful crisp wine, with a hint...


 
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Angus The Bull Cabernet Sauvignon

Could there be any better name for a Cabernet than Angus the Bull? Instantly you think of a succulent piece of red meat that would pair brilliantly with this wine. Each year the best fruit from around Central Victoria are chosen to go into this generous...


 
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Angus The Bull Wee Angus Cabernet Merlot

pecifically designed for red meat, the Angus The Bull wines have a heartiness that just screams 'I'll have a t-bone thanks'. Sourced from the warmth of Central Victoria, this latest release from Hamish MacGowan is a deliciously firm and meaty red too....


 
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Anon Tasmanian Pinot Noir

Despite the name, there is nothing anonymous about the 2016 Anon Tasmanian Pinot Noir. Made by Glenn James at Winemaking Tasmania, this Pinot is a 'best of' blend in the mode of other fine Tassie wines like the Bay of Fires Pinot Noir. That means...


 
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Atura Valley Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc

Atura is Maori for "far way", and we're glad that we took the time to seek out this little gem from that tucked away North Eastern corner of the South Island of New Zealand. Classic Marlborough flavours of citrus and passionfruit with zippy acidity. Make...


 
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Auswan Creek Bin 39 Pinot Grigio

We have found your new everyday drinking Pinot Grigio that's full of nashi pears and crisp and crunchy apples! White - Pinot Gris and Blends - Pinot Grigio


 
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Barons Of Barossa Barons Eden Valley Riesling

Sourced from the Eden Valley and produced with minimal winemaking (as most great Rieslings are), the 2016 Barons of the Barossa Riesling is high quality, beautifully structured Riesling with great cellaring potential. Lemon and lime, tropical fruit and...


 
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Barton & Guestier Cotes du Rhone Syrah Grenache

A classic blend of Syrah and Grenache, this wine comes from a wine producer that goes all the way back to 1803! This red is an absolute beauty too - a spicy red that has that juiciness we see in Aussie Shiraz Grenache, yet with this meaty savoury edge....


 
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Ben Murray High Eden Riesling

This Riesling comes from ground zero for fine Australian Riesling, the High Eden subregion. Home to Mountadam and a handful of growers, High Eden is known for its hard, ancient rocky soils - a dry, cold part of the Barossa that produces achingly intense...


 
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Bethany Barossa Valley Semillon

There are quite a few producers making Semillon in the Barossa but don't expect it to be anything like the Hunter Valley style. Bethany are one of the oldest wineries who have significant plantings and consistently make award winning Semillon. Age is...


 
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Big Red Ripping Dozen

As the name suggests, this mix is just full of red wine goodness too, packed to the gills with Shiraz, Cabernet and more to satisfy even the most rampant thirst. Amongst the vinos in this pack you'll find a Coonawarra Cabernet from Rex Watson, WA Cabernet...


 
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Bird In Hand Good For The Gander Adelaide Hills Merlot

Bird in Hand already has a reputation for top Merlot, with the bigger brother to this wine a 95 point scoring, triple gold medal winning dynamo. The warm 2015 vintage was also perfect for ripening Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon in the Adelaide Hills, just...


 
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Bird in Hand Merlot

Merlot is a funny old beast. In Australia it has suffered from a PR crisis but the best ones are worth latching on to and worth shouting about. This one from Adelaide Hills' legends Bird In Hand shows just how juicy and drinkable this style can be, especially...


 
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Bird in Hand Sparkling Pinot Noir

Bird in Hand might sound a bit silly, but this is seriously good booze and the winemaking behind this Adelaide Hills winery is more than accomplished. From humble beginnings, this modest winery has gone onto win accolades all over the world and we think...


 
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Bleasdale Double Take Langhorne Creek Malbec

Boysenberry, black olive, plum and violet, this is a wine packed with flavour and certainly not lacking in structure. Complexity and fleshy power are tempered in balance with bright acid and firm tannins, leaving no uncertainty that this is a special...


 
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Blue Pyrenees Estate Red

It's not often that the wine critics all agree with each other. Which means that when a wine comes along with as many awards and high scores as this Blue Pyrenees Estate Red and its previous vintages have, you really take notice. Needless to say this...