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Australian Wine

South Australia


Major winegrowing state in Australia, and the early location of many of its best vineyards. An exceptionally high percentage of Australia’s famous place-names lie in this region which has seen a high level of growth in recent decades. South Australia has a particularly warm climate with little or no rain during the growing season...The area’s flagship district is the BAROSSA VALLEY, best known for its outstanding Shiraz.

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Koonunga Hill is a multi-district shiraz cabernet, based largely on Barossa, McLaren Vale and Coonawarra fruit. It is a classic Penfolds maturation-style wine where fruit complexity and vivacity, rather than oak, are brought to the fore. The ... more
Sku: 005377


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Ripe and generous, the flavors of dark berry fruit on the attack are framed by lively acidity and ... more
Sku: 045128


Reg. $28.99

2008: 91 Points - Jay Miller, Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2008 Laughing Magpie Shiraz-Viognier (6%) spent 12 months in 15% new French and American oak. It is deep crimson-colored with an alluring bouquet of ... more
Sku: 115395


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The 2011 Wonderland of the Eden Valley Riesling has intense honeysuckle, peach and ripe pear aromas over lemon curd and lime juice. Very crisp, dry and light bodied, it gives good concentration and a long zesty finish. Drink it now to 2017. ... more
Sku: 058029


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A bright, effusive nose of flowers and sour cherries leads to a palate much darker, spicier and ... more
Sku: P57689


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  Sku: 049004


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The 2012 Pewsey Vale Vineyard Riesling is a classic example of dry Eden Valley Riesling. A pale straw with green hues, the wine shows intense fruit aromas of talcum, crushed stone and lemon lime fruit, with a hint of overlaying dried herb. The ... more
Sku: 037311


Reg. $22.99

A combination of small (8 tonne) and medium size (25 tonne) static fermenters have been used, with a fermentation cycle of between 8-12 days. The natural or ‘wild’ yeasts present on the grape skins were allowed to initiate the sugar ... more
Sku: P44007


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Church Block was the first wine the late Greg Trott produced under the Wirra Wirra label back in 1972. He took the name from one of the original vineyards, which runs next to the small Bethany Church (est. 1854) across the road from Wirra ... more
Sku: 057521


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Pale straw in colour, the 2012 Y Series Viognier has aromas of honeysuckle, candied ginger and glacé pineapple that typify this exotic variety. The palate is rich in texture and body thanks to wild yeast fermentation and ageing on lees, yet retains  more
Sku: 025369


Reg. $69.99

  Sku: 056545


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  Sku: 044773


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  Sku: P58772


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The name ‘Stump Jump’ pays homage to a significant South Australian invention – the Stump Jump plough. As well as clearing the land around McLaren Vale, it was adopted worldwide in the late 19th century because of its ability to ride over ... more
Sku: P58689


Reg. $7.99

Nose of citrus and spring flowers, which follows through to the palate. Quite refreshing, with ... more
Sku: P57901


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