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  1. 2013 White Zinfandel, Devil's Ridge

    Delightful aromas of strawberries and cream with a luscious sweetness and fruit filled bouquet.

  2. 2012 Artemis Cabernet Sauvignon, Stag's Leap Wine Cellars

    Artemis is a voluptuous Cabernet Sauvignon blend made by world famous Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars and named after a Greek goddess associated with the protection of wild animals, especially the sacred Stag. The wine itself offers inviting aromas of black cherry and plum with hints of vanilla, followed by a smooth, creamy palate of satin tannins and flavours of ripe mixed berries and blackcurrant. A touch of Merlot and a splash of Malbec add a deep complexity, as does 18 months resting in oak barrels.

  3. 2011 Col Solare, Col Solare
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    2011 Col Solare, Col Solare

    (6x75cl)

    Col Solare is Italian for “shining hill” – an appropriate name for this ultra-luxury Cabernet Sauvignon blend which represents the pinnacle of the talents of two influential wine producers from Italy and America. Tuscany’s Marchesi Antinori and Washington State’s Chateau Ste. Michelle have joined forces to create a premium wine which offers flavours of crushed berries, cassis, and hints of tobacco, along with a silky palate and a lingering finish.

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    2012 Merlot, Cannonball

    (12x75cl)

    Crimson coloured, tempting all the senses, it has aromas of amaretto, fresh fig, with a hint of cherries and rich chocolate. On the palate the structure is sophisticated, with wonderful concentration and an engaging finish of fresh cherries, chocolate and spiced cake.

  5. NV Michelle Sparkling, Chateau Ste Michelle

    The northerly vineyards of Columbia Valley have a cool climate that is similar to the famous region of Champagne, allowing premium grapes to ripen slowly and develop excellent fruit character and crisp acidity. The delicate flavours of apples and citrus are balanced by subtle undertones of brioche and almonds that have developed during its 18 months spent maturing in the bottle.

  6. 2012 H3 Cabernet Sauvignon Horse Heaven Hills, Columbia Crest

    The vineyards in Horse Heaven Hills are the source and inspiration behind the H3 wines. The hills have been home to the Columbia Crest winery for three decades, and it is this heritage that has helped them to create wines that capture the unique terroir of the region. This bold Cabernet Sauvignon opens with flavours of black cherries and blackberries, and a touch of currant and vanilla is further complemented by subtle earthy, mineral notes. On the palate the deep, rich berry flavours lead to a soft tannin cocoa finish.

  7. 2013 Riverstone Chardonnay, J. Lohr

    A very youthful straw yellow color. The aromas are of ripe bosc pear, fuji apple, lime and honeysuckle combined with the perfumed vanilla and a toasty oak bouquet. The flavors are very clean with ripe pear, subtle floral notes and vanilla toastiness, producing layers of complexity with an excellent balance of fresh fruit acidity and palate-weight.

  8. 2012 Indian Wells Cabernet Sauvignon, Chateau Ste Michelle

    The Indian Wells Cabernet is Chateau Ste. Michelle’s warm climate ripe, jammy “New World” style of Cabernet Sauvignon. The wine typifies the Wahluke Slope region with its rich, dark fruit aromas, and a touch of Syrah in the blend adds layers of fruit concentration to the wine’s deep flavours. As the founding winery of Washington State, Chateau Ste. Michelle knows a thing or two about crafting superb reds in a crowd-pleasing style.

  9. 2012 Eroica Riesling, Ste Michelle

    Eroica is a labour of love for two of the world’s great Riesling producers – Germany’s Dr Loosen and Washington State’s Chateau Ste. Michelle. Named after Beethoven’s Third Symphony, Eroica reflects not only its variety and site, but also its heritage: bold and forward from its Washington roots, elegant and refined from German inspiration. This Riesling offers sweet lime and tangerine aromas with subtle mineral notes, and a mouth-watering acidity that is beautifully balanced by the generously fruity Washington grapes.

  10. 2012 Merlot, Bogle Winery
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    2012 Merlot, Bogle Winery

    (12x75cl)

    Concentrated and full-bodied, the 2009 Merlot is a study in contrasts. Subtle and silky, yet bright and intense, this deep red wine is multifaceted. Black raspberry and dark cherry greet the nose, while the brighter fruit of ripe summer plum dazzles the palate. The toast and spice of twelve months in American oak seamlessly integrate with the tannin structure of this wine, leaving a long, lingering finish.

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