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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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A sophisticated 2013 vintage Chardonnay from Australian producers First Drop. The grapes come from Adelaide Hills, are pressed in whole bunches and then matured for 6 months in French oak casks before...  More info
$30.62
Noon Eclipse 2010
(75cl, 14.50%)
After being unable to produce a 2009 vintage Eclipse due to a heat wave and a drought, we're happy that the Australian Noon Winery was able to produce one in 2010! Hooray! Their signature red, it's...  More info
$76.33
Made with 77% Cabernet Sauvignon grapes, 10% Merlot grapes and a smattering of Petit Verdot, Malbec and Cabernet Franc grapes, the 2010 vintage Diana Madeline Cabernet Merlot is brimming with dark...  More info
$85.05
The grapes used in Mount Horrocks wines comes from Clare Valeey, one of the oldest wine regions in Australia. The Cordon Cut 2009 is a lively, intense wine with big but refined citrus notes and bright...  More info
$41.65
A beautifully labelled wine from Leeuwin Estate's Art Series, this is a 2008 vintage Chardonnay. It was aged in French oak and the result is a tremendous level of creaminess.  More info
$101.08
Doug Balnaves was a sheep shearer before he became a winemaker in 1971. He was paid by the tally of the number of sheep he had sheared, the higher the number the greater the respect for the shearer...  More info
$114.31
This fantastic Chardonnay hails from the Adelaide Hills of Australia is one of the regions finest. The wine undergoes some malolactic fermentation and is aged in French oak. James Halliday gave this...  More info
$46.57
John Duval Plexus 2010
(75cl, 14.50%)
John Duval's Plexus makes use of three varieties of grape from the Barossa region. The 2010 vintage contains 52% Shiraz, 29% Grenache and 19% Mourvedre. It was matured for 15 months prior to bottling...  More info
$48.23
A pretty serious Shiraz from artisanal producer Ainsworth and Snelson. Individually numbered bottles, amazing depth of flavour and a decent amount of bottle-age.  More info
$27.96
Individually numbered bottles of absolutely tip-top Chardonnay from Yarra Valley - one of the world's premium sites for Chardonnay grapes.  More info
A 2005 vintage shiraz from Wolf Blass, Wine Enthusiast rated this with 88 points. A great accompaniment to steak with peppercorn sauce.  More info
Rich, full-bodied with red berries and cocoa spice. Wolf Blass's Presidents Selection Cabernet is made with grapes from the Barossa Valley and the McLaren Valey, and it's aged in French and American...  More info
Summer-fruit and Cocoa Character from this fantastic Aussie Shiraz. McLaren vale is a coastal region in south-east Australia.  More info
$19.26
A superb Cabernet from super-huge Australian producer Rosemount. Good concentration with typical blackberry and pepper notes. Should age very well.  More info
A lovely Australian Cabernet Sauvignon, awarded an impressive 91 points by Robert Parker and 92 points by Wine Spectator. This Barossa valley Cab Sav is ready to drink now, but will remain excellent...  More info
$32.40
A sweet, rich dessert wine from the Barossa Valley, made with Semillon grapes affect with noble rot. Wonderfully fresh, complex wine from Peter Lehmann, made with grapes picked from the Semillon...  More info
The 2012 vintage of Mother's Ruin Cabernet Sauvignon from Australian winemakers, First Drop. The 2012 growing season was particularly good for First Drop, resulting in a gloriously quaffable cab sauv...  More info
$28.42
The 2012 vintage of First Drop Two Percent Shiraz, made with 2% Tempranillo, adding some more rich fruit to the mix. A dense, earthy Australian red with a subtle hint of oak at the centre stemming...  More info
$35.03
Aussie red made using Shiraz/Grenache/Mataro grapes in the style of Chateauneuf du Pape, which is also where the name comes from (although we do enjoy the idea of nine Popes hanging out together, just...  More info
$46.51
Made by some young punks called Some Young Punks in Australia, Monsters Attack is an eye-catching and taste-bud-tingling Clare Valley Riesling, jam packed with fruity acidity and floral notes. Proper...  More info
$33.40
The 2006 harvest for Cullen Wines had quite a low yield due to cool conditions through the summer. While this might seem like a bad thing, these conditions led to Cullen Wines producing a refined...  More info
$109.34
2009 produced a "small crop" for Moss Wood's Cabernet Sauvignon, making it a brooding red wine. With it's spiced, mulled redcurrants and leather notes, it is certainly as brooding as Heathcliff in...  More info
$76.30
A massive Shiraz from John Duval. Expect fruit and oak.  More info
$54.85
Oh yes. We love First Drop, we love Shiraz, and Monastrell? We probably love that too.  More info
$28.42
Shiraz Cabernet - superb with a nice hot chilli. Use some chocolate too. That's my tip.  More info
$13.98
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