-24-All wines are 750ml unless otherwise specied. Prices do not include Consumption Tax.“S”before the vintage signies Screw Cap. RRP= Recommended Retail Price.Australia10348Olmo's Reward S'13Frankland River, W.A.\4,820Cabernet Franc66%/ Malbec27%/ Cabernet Sauvignon7% Alc.13.5% Vint./\↑GrossetOwner and winemaker Jerey Grosset has built a global reputation for his world-class Rieslings from the southern end of Clare Valley, winning numerous awards including Australian Winemaker of the Year. 10134Alea Riesling S'16Made from fruit from a narrow corridor of hard red rock with poor, orangey, red loam topsoil. A delicate, ne and generous Riesling with lemon juice and lime pith aromatics, a generosity of lime juice avours, and refreshingly powerful natural acidity.\4,250Clare Valley, S.A.Riesling Alc.12.0% RS 11.8g/LVint.9835Springvale Riesling S'15Attractive lime and lemon blossom aromas with underlying chalky minerality. The supple mid-palate is tight and ne, leading to an expressive nish that is vibrant, crisp and has wonderful length. Neatly balanced, minerally, and delightfully dry.\4,800Clare Valley, S.A.Riesling Alc.12.7% RS 2.9g/L9834Polish Hill Riesling S'15Shy with distinct chalky, minerally aromatics. Amazingly intense, showing shaley minerally avours with a hint of lime juice, tightly coiled around a steely backbone, persistent, deep and long. The nish is linear, crisp and ultra dry, yet with impeccable balance.\6,200Clare Valley, S.A.Riesling Alc.12.7% 8506Gaia S'09An outstanding vintage for this single vineyard, small volume blend of Cabernet Sauvignon 75% and Cabernet Franc 25%. The complex aromatics are brooding, briary and mineral, with pristine blackcurrant essence. The palate is seamless, the texture sumptuous, eshy and velvety, with a ripe lingering nish.\6,500Clare Valley, S.A.Cabernet Sauvignon75%/Cabernet Franc25% Alc.13.5% Howard Park MadshContemporary cool climate wines from the Great Southern region in Western Australia, the name comes from Madsh Bay near the winery where sh jump out of the water to escape chasing dolphins. 10030Pinot Noir S'14Showing the medium intensity colour and body of Pinot Noir. Aromas of cherry and blueberry fruits combine with cinnamon and anise spice to form a warming, complex nose. The palate exhibits intense red berry fruits, spice and dried herb flavours along with supple tannins and a soft acidity.\2,300Great Southern, W.A.Pinot Noir Alc.13.5% 10221Premium Red S'14Deep, dense ruby and garnet, with characteristic Cabernet aromas of black and blue berry fruits and freshly rubbed dry herbs. The palate is rich and eshy from the Merlot, with juicy blackberry, fresh mushrooms and oral notes.\2,300Western AustraliaCabernet Sauvignon/Merlot/Cabernet Franc/Sangiovese/Shiraz/Petit Verdot/Pinot Noir/Malbec Alc.14.0% Vint.10032Shiraz S'14A rich, garnet colour with great density. The nose is generous with rich dark cherry, black and blueberry compote aromas, and subtle savoury notes. The opulent, full-bodied palate oers dark plum, cherry, and chocolate avours, an earthy complexity, supple tannins, and ample length.\2,300Western AustraliaShiraz Alc.14.5% Hutton Vale FarmFounded by the Angas family in 1843, in the north eastern hills of Eden Valley, the family mixed farm supplied grapes to Kym Teusner of Teusner Wines, before creating wines under their own label.10110Riesling S'16From a Riesling vineyard planted in the 1960s, this is a really beautiful wine. A lovely vibrant lifted lemon zest and lime cordial intermingled with mineral and talc notes on the nose. On the palate, therefs fresh lemon and lime, a dash of minerality, refreshing acidity and a long textured chalky dry nish.\4,000Eden Valley, S.A.Riesling Alc.12.0% RS 0.37g/L10111Shiraz S'12The 'old' Shiraz block was planted in Eden Valley in the 1960s. Lots of dark red and black fruits, whole black pepper spice and herbs on the nose. The palate is brimming with brooding dark red fruits and salty-savoury liquorice notes that characterise Shiraz from this area. The nish is seamless, ne and long.\6,800Eden Valley, S.A.Shiraz Alc.15.0%


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