Paxton Quandong Farm Shiraz
Deen Vat 9 Cabernet Sauvignon 2015
Deen was a dynamic and energetic De Bortoli
Who Expanded The Winemaking Estate Founded By His Parents Deen created the Vat Series to make available a range of delicious full flavoured but approachable wines which drink brilliantly in their youth. Deen personally made the wines and chalked numbers on the vats to identify them. If you like your Cabernet Sauvignon to be easy drinking and highly compatible with good food, full of bright varietal charm and without any gritty tannins or overbearing oak character, then Deen Vat 9 is for you.
Charles Melton Belle Mere GSM 2017
Charlie Melton was one of the first to appreciate the overlooked value in Barossa's old vineyard Grenache
Shiraz And Mourvedre At a time when others were pulling out such vineyards to plant more fashionable varieties Charlie was convincing farmers to keep their historic plantings. He was one of a small group of winemakers who helped retain the viticultural heritage of Barossa Valley. A soft, plump palate of traditional Barossa ripeness and plummy, festive cake spice, currants and dark fruit, a finish of luscious, rounded tannins underpinning soily Barossa goodness.
Taylors Eighty Acres Shiraz 2014 EIGHTY ACRES ARE THE WORLD'S FIRST EVER 100% CARBON NEUTRAL RANGE OF WINES, based upon an ISO 14044 compliant Life Cycle Assessment which accurately measures carbon dioxide emissions at every step in the product lifestyle. A harvest of ripe Clare Valley Shiraz grapes is assembled and vinified alongside a percentage of Viognier, the aim is to produce the essential Rhône style, sweetly scented and engaging over a solid structure of supportive oak and refined, elegant tannins.
Sherwood Estate Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc FROM VINES PLANTED TO THE SHERWOOD FAMILY ESTATE'S ROWLEY CRESCENT, Stoney Range and Sandy Creek vineyards in Waipara Valley. Sherwood carries the name of the proprietor and reflects a commitment to the highest quality. A pure wine that's varietally focused, sourced from the best Marlborough sites and managed by devoted growers, a refreshing and mouth filling Sauvignon Blanc that's internationally acclaimed for its excellence and consistency. Match Sherwood to the freshest, white fleshed fishes, scallops or crab.
Cape To Cape Semillon Sauvignon DUTCH EXPLORER GULDEN ZEEPAARD WAS NOT THE FIRST TALL SHIP TO CHART THE COAST OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA BUT SHE DID PREDATE CAPTAIN COOK BY A CENTURY AND A HALF. Today, Gulden Zeepaard's logo adorns the label of West Cape Howe. Headquartered within the grounds of their undulating home vineyard at Mount Barker, the West Cape Howe team collate parcels of Semillon and Sauvignon Blanc from across the finer viticultural precincts of the Australian west, for the construct of an intense wine which would unnerve it's laureate siblings from across the Tasman.
Hugel Classic Riesling HUGEL IS ONE OF THE WORLD'S GREAT WINES. A joy to savour and to fully appreciate its freshness and purity of style, a flavoursome Riesling that everyone should enjoy far more often. Made by those wonderful folks who invented Riesling, grapes are grown in a region that has been producing the world's most reasured white wines for millenia. Hugel is vinified exclusively from fruit grown to sites in and around Riquewihr, managed by vignerons under contracts which have lasted for generations. A fine match to all good seafood, poached, grilled or smoked.
Piper-Heidsieck's champagnes explode
with aromas just like fireworks
These are wines with a touch of spring, bursting with aromas of white flowers and fruits on the tree, a palette of notes ranging from hawthorn to apple.

Florens-Louis Heidsieck was the son of a Lutheran minister from Westphalia. He moved to Reims to work as a cloth merchant, and discovered winemaking there. He started making his own wine in 1780, and while he was neither a viticulturist nor a native of Reims, he displayed talent and worked hard at his new-found profession. He founded his own House on 16 July 1785. He had already become an expert in his art, and even dedicated one of his wines to Queen Marie-Antoinette. Moreover, he was granted the honour of presenting it to Her Majesty in person.

Piper was exceptionally gifted in business and as an entrepreneur of his time, he travelled the world promoting Heidsieck champagne. Fourteen royal and imperial courts made the House their official supplier, and quite soon, "Heidsieck from Piper" was the only champagne which true aficionados would drink. And thus the wine with quality standards rigorously defined by Florens-Louis Heidsieck himself very quickly became known as "Piper-Heidsieck".

Over the centuries, a relationship based on trust and proximity has been developed between Piper-Heidsieck and the grapegrowers from around 180 villages, some of whom have supplied grapes to the House for several generations

Piper-Heidsieck boasts one of the largest selection of crus, which represents all the nuances of the Champagne terroir and includes both Grands Crus and Premiers Crus, a guarantee of the quality of the brand's different cuv?es.

Vinification has always been the perfect illustration of Piper-Heidsieck's know-how. Each cru and grape variety is vinified separately. This demanding method respects the various personalities of the Champagne grapes and crus and enables the complexity of the terroir to be fully expressed while ensuring that the blends for the different wines can be carefully elaborated and adjusted.

Everything depends on the art of blending, where human input is of paramount importance. The man in the shadows, the man of magic, is R?gis Camus, Piper-Heidsieck's winemaker.

Stonehaven opened in
March 1998, and is located just 6km south of Padthaway, the gateway to South Australia's Limestone Coast
Stonehaven takes its name from one of its vineyards which originally formed part of the pioneering Hynam Station established by one of the region's first settlers Adam Smith in 1846. Stonehaven features the latest winemaking technology that provides the winemaker with unprecedented control over the winemaking process, allowing them to maximise the special characters of every batch of premium fruit that comes into the winery.

Since opening, the winery and its wines have won numerous awards, including a number of gold medals at major national and international wine shows and an engineering excellence award. In 2000 Stonehaven was honoured to be named 'International Winery of the Year' at the prestigious San Francisco International Wine Competition. Though Stonehaven can process 10,000 tonnes of fruit every vintage, each vineyard block can receive individual treatment. Fruit can be soft pressed in very small batches to fully capture regional characteristics.

Through a specially designed computer program, every stage of the winemaker's craft can be managed with a precision previously unknown. Fermentation can be controlled to maximise varietal flavours. Reds are tasted twice a day and whites once a day to monitor their progress. The result is superbly crafted wines. Perfectly matched to contemporary tastes. Singular expressions of the winemaker's art.

If the vineyard is Stonehaven's nursery, then the barrel hall is Stonehaven's finishing school

This hall is exactly one acre in size and at full capacity can hold 15,000 barrels, which is equivalent to 500,000 dozen bottles of wine. After crushing and fermentation, the wines which require barrel maturation are pumped to this hall and decanted into a selection of the finest French and American oak available. This maturation in oak allows the wine to develop structure and further character to complement the fruit flavours but never to dominate them. The time the wine spends in barrel varies depending on the wine and in some cases, Susanne Bell will ferment in barrel which adds further unique characters to the resulting wine.

Stonehaven sources fruit from more that 2,200 acres of premium vineyard holdings in several distinctly different microclimates located throughout the prestigious Limestone Coast district of South Australia. These include: Padthaway 452 hectares, Wrattonbully 160 hectares, and Coonawarra 127 hectares.

Located in the south eastern corner of South Australia, the Limestone Coast includes Padthaway, Coonawarra, Wrattonbully, Mount Benson, Robe and Mount Gambier. Stonehaven wines are blended from fruit sourced from all three of the major areas; namely Padthaway, Coonawarra and Wrattonbully, which make up the Limestone Coast.

Mystery Creek is
a progressive, niche producer of premiere New Zealand wines operating from some of the choicest soils Marlborough has on offer
Vines are planted to Horotiu sandy loam over free draining river shingle, sited on a gentle north facing slope overlooking the Waikato River. The original Chardonnay grapes were planted in 1990 and sold on contract. The winery itself was constructed in 1999 and the first vintage harvested in 2000. More recently Pinot Noir, Sauvignon Blanc, Viognier, Cabernet Franc, Merlot and Syrah have been planted with the first harvest produced in 2005.
 Mystery Creek

Mystery Creek rose from obscurity in 2001 when it was awarded Gold Medal in the Liquorland Top 100 with it's inaugural vintage Barrel Fermented Chardonnay 2000. The same wine received a Silver Medal in the Royal Easter Show and a Bronze Medal in the Air New Zealand Wine Awards. The following year, the estate's Reserve Chardonnay 2001 was awarded a Silver Medal in the Liquorland Top 100. The following year, the subsequent vintage claimed Silver Medal at the Liquorland Top 100.

Mystery Creek also craft the esoteric varietals rather well, the 2007 Gewurztraminer received a nomination for Best of the Best from Peter Saunders in the NZ Food & Beverage magazine. Mystery Creek 2007 Pinot Gris and the Mystery Creek 2007 Riesling, also achieved Bronze Medal status at the Royal New Zealand Show. The continuing success across the entire range in competitions and in the export and local markets, firmly places Mystery Creek Wines as the premier Waikato winery.

Nepenthe is described
by Homer in the Odyssey as an Egyptian herbal drink so powerful that it eases grief and banishes sorrow from the mind
Up in the cool heights of the Adelaide Hills, Nepenthe have been producing some soul reposing potions of their own, uncompromising wines of outstanding quality and internationally recognised distinction. Wines that, strangely enough, have been impressing both critics and consumers with their varietal faithfulness and subtle Adelaide Hills nuances.

In 1994, the Tweddell family purchased a premium property in the sub-region of Lenswood in the Adelaide Hills. The property was carefully selected and planted to 24 hectares of vines with the intent of producing premium wine. Proven varieties such as Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc were planted, as well as interesting varieties such as Zinfandel and Pinot Gris. In 1996, Nepenthe received approval to build its winery, only the second in the Adelaide hills at the time (the first being Petaluma in 1978)

From the beginning, Nepenthe were receiving positive review from the press and numerous medals on the show circuit. In the first few vintages, Nepenthe wines featured in James Halliday's Top 100, The UK Times Top 100, The Advertiser Top 100, The International Wine Challenge as well as many other feature media articles.

In 1997 Nepenthe acquired a property in Charleston within the Adelaide Hills and has planted a further 43 hectares of vineyard. Then in 2002 a 25 hectare vineyard was acquired in Balhannah (where the cellar door is located), and in 2005 Nepenthe acquired its latest vineyard, 38 hectares in Hahndorf. Nepenthe also sources fruit from a variety of vineyards throughout the hills. Most fruit Nepenthe receives is managed by Nepenthe Viticulture, ensuring that Nepenthe only receives the highest quality fruit to make award winning wines.

The Nepenthe Lenswood vineyard is undulating, at the higher altitude of the four vineyards, and carries a huge variety of natural vegetation. With under half of the property cleared, Lenswood constitutes a number of small vineyards separated by tracts of natural scrub which is heritage listed. The winery has been purpose built to give the winemaking team the ultimate flexibility, allowing them to make the multi award winning wines year after year.

Offering a north easterly aspect, and with sweeping views of the Mount Lofty escarpment, the Charleston vineyard also features a magnificent old Devon farm house built in 1842 from Cobb (a mixture of mud and straw on a stone base). The barn, stables and shearing shed make for a great location for Nepenthe wine related dinners and tastings. All of the buildings are on the State Heritage register, and have been meticulously restored.

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