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Australian Wine

Blockbuster wines with disproportionally low price tags. I mean, there is some other stuff going on in Australia, but this is where most people tend to focus. Shiraz and Cabernet are the 'red' stars of the show, with Chardonnay as the predominant white, but there are some truly exceptional winemakers experimenting with pretty much every grape varietal on the planet, with (usually) exceptional results. It's worth remembering when talking about Australian wine, that there is an absolutely astonishing variation in terroir across the country (as one might expect of a country with a land-mass 33 times that of the UK), and that matching grape to terroir (territory?) becomes a lot easier when you've got such space to play with.

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This Riesling hails from Clare Valley, Australia. This is a classic Australian Riesling with a floral aroma and lime fruit flavours. This Riesling will complement a simple fish course or rock oysters.  More info
$27.40
2009 is called the Mozart year at Cullen Wines, the reason being the wines of this vintage had perfect balance and harmony like the musical pieces by the great composer. The wine is named after Dr...  More info
$111.95
Charles Melton began making wine in 1985 and hasn't looked back since. This wine is made in the Barossa vValley in Australia. However, Melton has tried to replicate the style of the French Rhone...  More info
$61.23
Shaw & Smith Shiraz 2009
(75cl, 14.50%)
Shaw & Smith grow their grapes in the Adelaide Hills of Australia and is a fresh, elegant style.  More info
$46.02
A huge bruiser of an Aussie Chardonnay. Top stuff. Trust us.  More info
$29.10
Mitolo was established in 1999 by Frank Mitolo in McLaren Vale, Australia. He takes a hands-on approach in his commitment to make wine of an excellent quality.  More info
$25.72
This First Drop wine is named Fat of Land because the community from the Barossa Valley in Australia have literally lived off the fat of the land by making wine, like this Shiraz, since the nineteenth...  More info
$76.44
This fantastic Shiraz is from the award-winning Magpie Estate in the Barossa Valley, Australia.  More info
$27.40
Mother's Milk is an eminently slurpable Barossa Shiraz from First Drop in Greenock, Australia. Sourced from three vineyards and aged for 15 months in french oak hogsheads, the label isn't the only...  More info
$27.56
From the McLaren Vale of Australia comes the Mitolo Jester Shiraz, a yummy, fruity red which features a warming centre of spicy oak and herbs. The 2011 growing season was much cooler than other years...  More info
$26.57
This is a sweet wine from Mclaren Vale, Australia made with the Riesling grape type and is an excellent match for fois gras.  More info
$42.61
Oh yes. We love First Drop, we love Shiraz, and Monastrell? We probably love that too.  More info
$29.10
A luscious Cabernet from the McLaren Vale in Australia, First Drop's Mother's Ruin works beautifully with roasted game birds and is very quaffable...  More info
$29.10
The Plantagenet wines are made in the Mount Barker township in Western Australia, the Omrah Pinot Noir achieved a respectable 88 points from Robert Parker for the 2010 vintage.  More info
$25.72
A 2010 Vintage from well-known wine producer Jacob's Creek.  More info
$14.78
This is a stunning Chardonnay from this Adelaide Hills producer. The grapes are handpicked, bunch pressed and fermented with wild yeasts - and to cap it off no SO2 is added until bottling.  More info
$29.10
This is an off-dry Riesling from Clare Valley, Australia. Some Young Punks create fantastic comic book-style labels for their wines, and this bottle is no exception. It features monsters attacking a...  More info
$30.79
This is a 50:50 blend of Shiraz and Monastrell (Spanish for Mouvredre) hence the name 'Half and Half', from the First Drop winery in Barossa, Australia.  More info
$29.10
This McLaren Vale Cabernet Sauvignon is made in an easy-drinking lunch style and named after the slang name for gin 'Mother's Ruin' which was drunk in vast quantities in the 1900s. The grapes were...  More info
$29.10
This is a delicious rich Shiraz from this iconic Australian winery with a 2% proportion of Tempranillo to flesh the wine out.  More info
$35.86
This Shiraz hails from Victoria, Australia, and was awarded 94 points by James Halliday for his Wine Companion.  More info
$35.86
John Duval Plexus 2008
(75cl, 14.50%)
The Plexus is a Rhone-style blend made by John Duval in Australia's Barossa Valley. He uses a blend of 48% Shiraz, 31% Grenache and 21% Mourvedre in this Chateauneuf du Pape style wine and was 100%...  More info
$49.38
This 2008 vintage Shiraz was made by John Duval in the Barossa Valley, Australia. This wine received 94 points from Lisa Perrotti-Brown for Robert Parker's Wine Advocate and is rich with black fruit...  More info
$56.16
Noon Eclipse 2008
(75cl, 15.50%)
Robert Parker gave this red wine from McLaren Vale, Australia, an impressive 94 points. The wine is a blend of old vine Grenache and Shiraz with some Estate Cabernet and Bush Vine Graciano.  More info
$61.23
This Margaret River Cabernet Sauvignon from Moss Wood was made from grapes grown in the cool growing season of 2006. Cool weather during the growing season is not something they are particularly...  More info
$78.12
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