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Australia

Established since the eighteenth century, the vine has flourished in the southern states of this continent country marked by a particularly hot and dry climate. Four states produce almost all Australian wines: South Australia, Victoria, New South Wales and Western Australia. For many, Australian viticulture boils down to a few globally distributed brands produced by a few giants in an industrial style, but Australia has another face embodied by a growing generation of independent producers who strive to produce strong wines. personality by exploiting the potential of cooler vineyards, at altitude or near the coasts. Clearly the majority, Australian red wines seduce by their roundness and the maturity of their fruit. Syrah excels, in an opulent and fleshy (Barossa) or more vigorous (Victoria) style, as is Cabernet Sauvignon, which produces wines of great elegance in Coonawarra or Margaret River. In white, Chardonnay dominates very largely, with Sauvignon Blanc, Semillon and Riesling, the latter able to excel in appropriate sites.

  • Barossa Valley GSM

    Torbreck, Juveniles GSM Barossa Valley 2019

    91 points James Suckling"The nose is all grenache-driven raspberry and blueberry with a gently herbal edge. The palate has a plush, smooth-honed and gently pithy red-fruit core that holds a fresh, refined finish. A blend of 72% grenache, 23% mataro and...

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  • Margaret River Chardonnay

    Howard Park, Miamup Chardonnay 2017

    92 points Wine Enthusiast"From a cooler, southern subregion of Margaret River (Miamup), this vintage of Howard Park's Chard is punchy and pretty, offering heady aromas of kumquats and nectarines, with saline, mineral notes and gentle but ever-present...

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  • McLaren Vale Riesling

    d'Arenberg, Dry Dam Riesling McLaren Vale 2017

    90 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate"Textbook notes of green apples and limes abound in d'Arenberg's 2017 The Dry Dam Riesling. Medium-bodied and off-dry (17 grams per liter of residual sugar), it's quite tight and lean through the palate and onto the...

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  • Hunter Valley Semillon

    Brokenwood, Semillon Hunter Valley 2019

    95 points James Halliday"Has a little bit extra to the fruit line. While still speaking to the classic lemon-accented aromas and flavours, there is an extra edge of lemon/passionfruit sorbet. The drinking window will remain open for as long as you wish...

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  • Adelaide Hills Riesling

    Kanta, Riesling Adelaide Hills 2014

    Jancis Robinson"Surprising amount of TDN on the nose already. Quite developed but still fresh and lively. Creamy texture comes as a surprise. Lots of lime fruit even though the bottle age is showing in a hint of kerosene. More savoury and tight on the...

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  • Great Western Riesling

    Best's, Riesling Great Western 2017

    95 points James Halliday"Bright straw-green, fuller than many of its vintage peers. The length of the palate is exceptional, as is the fluid line of the intertwined citrus fruit and acidity, lime and Meyer lemon fruit. The result is a Riesling that will...

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  • Australian Red Wine

    Howard Park, Miamup Cabernet Sauvignon 2014

    91 points Wine Enthusiast"This wine is dusty and a little austere but is unmistakably Margaret River. Aromas of cedar, pencil lead, blackberry, baking spices and cocoa powder are followed by a drying palate wrapped in savory tannins. The fruit is...

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  • Best's Great Western Bin No 1 Shiraz 2016

    Best's, Bin No 1 Shiraz Great Western 2018

    93 points James Suckling"Distinctive, cool-climate aromas of red berries, pepper, toasted spices, bacon fat and cocoa, sitting in fresh, complex mode. The palate is elegant, fine and fresh with long, silky tannins delivering fresh red-plum and blackberry...

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  • Jansz, Tasmania Premium Cuvee NV

    Jansz, Tasmania Premium Cuvee NV

    93 points Wine Enthusiast "The latest nonvintage from Australia's most famous Tasmanian sparkling producer is a tasty drop at a bargain price. A blend of Champagne's three classic varieties, this bottling combines fruit from the north and south...

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