-8-VC’s Recommendations This WinterCODE11222Big yet subtle High Country ShirazRRP ¥2,750Varietal: Shiraz 100%Alc. 14.5%The Upper Goulburn Valley in the Victori-an High Country is renowned for its natural beauty, lakes and rivers. The High Ground Shiraz is made primarily from old vine fruit, and shows cooler climate Shiraz characters with fascinating oral and peppery aromas and soft ripe dark fruit avours with mouth-coating tannins. If you have a chance to eat at the popular restaurant Bistro 1850 in Goulburn, try this Shiraz with the grilled rump steak!DelatiteHigh GroundShiraz 2017(S)Origin: Upper Goulburn, VictoriaCODE9994Indulge a nostalgia for fortied wineRRP ¥3,650Varietals: Grenache, Shiraz, Mourvedre, MuscatAlc. 20.6%. Residual sugar 232g/lThe Nostalgia is blended to an average age of more than 15 years, comprising up to 40 various fortied wines that have been aged in old oak, predominantly Grenache and Shiraz. A burnished bronze, the nose opens with a cascade of walnuts, toasted almonds and complex oak character, followed by dried fruits, pears and apples, with cinnamon. The palate is very lively, tingling with spice and lift - a fantastic balance of freshness and age. Perfect on a long winter’s night.d’ArenbergNostalgia Rare Tawny (375ml) NV(S)Origin: McLaren Vale, South AustraliaCODE11178A leading Pinot Noir from GippslandRRP ¥3,500Varietal: Pinot NoirAlc. 13.5%Gippsland in southeast Victoria is currently attracting international attention as a leading region in Australia for Pinot Noir. John Ellis, founder and winemaker at Bellvale, is a lover of Burgundy wines who moved to southern Gippsland after nding the ideal location for growing Pinot Noir. His 17ha estate features very dense planting (7,150 vines/ha). Delicate and complex, with cherry, berry and spice aromas and avours, and attractive, savoury tannins.BellvalePinot Noir Quercus Vineyard 2017(S)Origin: Gippsland, VictoriaCODE11123RRP ¥3,200Frankland Estate Rocky Gully Riesling 2018(S)CODE11121Frankland Estate Riesling 2018(S)RRP ¥2,350Origin: Frankland River, Western AustraliaTwo Rieslings from Frankland RiverIn the cool climate Frankland River on Western Australia’s southern coast, Frankland’s long-established Rieslings showcase the char-acter of dierent vineyards. The Rocky Gully is made from fruit from contract vineyards, and is fruity and medium dry with a faint residual sugar. The Estate Riesling displays a balance of pristine fruit avours and laser-like acidity, and is dry and mineral. One of the pleasures of Riesling is to consider the food on the menu and choose the most suitable match.[11123] Varietal: Riesling 100%Alc. 13.0%. Residual sugar 5.1g/l[11121] Varietal: Riesling 100%Alc. 12.7%. Residual sugar 5.8g/l

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