Here's an exciting new white from the lovely Way & Cat (short for Wayafaring Catador) label, bursting with tropical fruit and apricot richness on a shimmering, zesty palate.
It’s been a while, but this wine has indeed come back to our cellars. And this time it’s via the Clare Valley, with an impressive Cabernet that’s inky and intense.
This smooth, beautifully refined Shiraz is from the red soils of Langhorne Creek and a vineyard first planted by the great, great, great grandfather of winemaker Greg Follett. Tiny volumes made.
John Quarisa's marvellous 'Caravan' Petite Sirah has gone for Gold again!
Celebrate a stunning wine gifted by nature and crafted by hand. Best served and enjoyed outdoors, perhaps with Vivaldi playing in the background? Blood red colour with lifted violet, spice and plum. The palate is full and textured with cherry, chocolate, dark berries and fine tannins. Great with roast lamb.
A Savvy from Margaret River making a good statement from a small family operation. Passionfruit, guava, honeydew melon and drops of lemon juice are followed by freshly cut green herbs.
This beautiful wine absolutely wows with its lipsmacking citrus, and fresh cut grass flavours. Chill it down and serve it up with a big seafood platter. Beautiful!
Clare Valley is the finest place in Australia to get linear, lean and zippy Rieslings like this one right here. It's a treat with fresh oysters.
The lovely Eden Grove is aptly named... silky smooth, with layers of fruit and creamy spice, it’s a taste sensation you want to keep on sipping... and sipping... and sipping. It’s irresistible!
Bright stone fruit, shot through by lemony brilliance. No wonder Chardonnay is back in favour. From 5 Red Star Angove, it's a treat with summer-fresh food by the water.
This wonderful Shiraz proves that all those who wander are not lost. The 2019 release is an expression fo the fruit at its finest. Gentle spice and black fruit characters combine to make a complex, medium bodied wine that is the perfect pairing to a hearty roast or stew.
Look forward to enticing aromas of citrus and peach. The palate is bursting with flavours of fresh pear and green apple and shows excellent fruit weight and length. The finish is clean and full flavoured. A delicious partner to crispy Thai style fish.
McLaren Vale turns out some of the finest, richest Shiraz in Australia - none more so than the Scarpantoni family, using fruit from old vines. Taste a little of their magic here.