"It is spectacular value, and more obvious in all aspects: depth, colour, richness (plum to the fore), tannins (for balance and longevity). There’s no sin in drinking this, but it will still be on the up 20 years from now... 94pts. Great Value” (Halliday).
Luxury edition of No.1 Super Tuscan Saracosa, crafted with air-dried fruit for extra intensity
Winner of Gold and 98 points from wine guru Luca Maroni, Saracosa Governo is a classy, rich Italian. Black cherry intensity, cocoa, coffee and oak spice complexity, all turbo charged from using air dried Sangiovese and Merlot grapes.
You’ll be over the moon with this TRIPLE Gold Portuguese star
From what is thought to be the oldest vines in Alenquer, Aluado is an inky black, lusciously fruity rarity from an acknowledged master of Portuguese wine ... it’s hugely flavoursome! Do it justice by serving it in large glasses alongside hearty fare like roast pork, slow-roasted lamb shoulder or a rack of lamb.
"A sleek and glossy sort of wine ...92pts" (Halliday)
The Pike brothers established Pikes winery in the Polish Hill sub-region in 1984, renovating an old stone shearing shed. One of Neil Pike's last vintages before his retirement in early 2020 - here is your chance to purchase a piece of history.
Crafted by Sofia Barbanera on her family’s Tuscan estate, this top vintage Saracosa blends Sangiovese, Cabernet and Merlot – the classic Super Tuscan recipe. Part oak aged for extra complexity, it tastes like the best of Chianti and Bordeaux in one. 94pts from Luca Maroni show its style!
A massive magnum harnessing some of the oldest Grenache in France
This lush, powerful red is crafted by Parker-praised winemaker Hervé Sabardeil in Maury, a southern French town with a 2,000 year old wine heritage. Taste Cabalié and you'd think it was bolstered with a splash of the local fortified vin doux naturel. In a massive 1.5L magnum size, there's plenty to go around.
Give me a home among the gum trees with this TRIPLE Gold and Trophy-winning star!
Bernoota’ was the original name given to the homestead on the Lake Breeze property - it is an Aboriginal name for ‘camp among the gum trees’. It's THREE Gold, 92pts and a Trophy for this Langhorne Creek trademark.
Lavish, luscious Bordeaux treasure from an exceptional vintage with two Gold!
As critic James Suckling says: “After two weeks in Bordeaux tasting more than 1,100 wines from the 2018 vintage, visiting 67 chateaux and talking to hundreds of vintners and winemakers, I can tell you that 2018 is an exceptional year for Bordeaux wines.” This lovely twice-Gold winning 2018 affirms it!