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  1. 2013 Pinot Noir, Yealands
    redwine

    2013 Pinot Noir, Yealands

    (6x75cl)

    A bright, ruby hued wine with aromas of black cherry, violets and savoury spice on the nose. A fleshy palate with notes of plum and spice, silky tannins and a firm finish.

  2. 2012 Gevrey-Chambertin, Domaine Lucien Boillot

    Medium/full-bodied, exceptionally complex with aromas of bacon, black cherries, liquorice, pencil lead, raspberry jam, a smokiness and dry toast. On the palate one can find a balanced acidity, integrated oak, modest tannins and cocoa powder, coffee, mushroom, peat moss, plum flavours jam, smoky.

  3. 2012 Vosne-Romanee, Domaine Gros Frere et Soeur

    Ripe fruit over spices is the main ingredient of the bouquet, modified by the presence of strawberry, raspberry, bilberry, or blackcurrant.
    These refined and well-blended aromas evolve with age into cherries-in-brandy, preserved fruits, leather and fur, and gamey/woodland scents.
    On the palate the wine is velvety and distinguished.

  4. 2010 Victoria Rosé, Ridgeview
    sparkling

    2010 Victoria Rosé, Ridgeview

    (6x75cl)

    A delicate pale salmon in colour, with a fruitful nose that hints of honey and toast. The Pinot Noir brings subtle red berry flavours to the palate with satisfying fullness and length.

  5. NV Special Cuvée, Bollinger
    champagne

    NV Special Cuvée, Bollinger

    (6x75cl)

    One of the finest non vintage Champagnes available, always rich, toasty and full bodied, with wonderful concentration and depth of flavour. Many Champagne houses aspire to this style but few succeed as well as Bollinger.

  6. 2011 Ferrous Pinot Noir, Kooyong

    A darker and more restrained nose than the Meres. Rather than a panoply of mixed fruits, this is more dense and complex, with smoked meats, blueberry, ironstone, black olive, and a touch of Chinese five spice. A singular style with an exciting range of flavours. Tannins are quite firm on the back palate at the moment, and will soften with age.

  7. 2011 Bourgogne Pinot Noir, Domaine Régis Rossignol Changarnier

    Beautifully bright, light, ruby Pinot colour. Wild strawberries on the nose with amazing purity, 12.5% alcohol, and lightness of touch which really speak of a cool climate. Looking for Burgundian elegance? – this is it. However, this wine is no shrinking violet and has fine tannins and high acidity. Some will find this austere on its own, but it really refreshes the palate if drunk with food.

  8. 2013 Estate Red, Kenton Vineyard

    This has a greater proportion of Pinot Noir than the previous vintage which has produced more red fruit characters of cherry and hints of strawberry. Subtle use of oak produces light cedar aromas.

  9. 2013 Estate Pinot Noir, Humberto Canale Patagonia

    This wine has an attractive garnet colour. On the nose there are notes of spice and candied fruit with nuances of fresh red berries such as strawberries and cherries. Its ageing in oak is emphasised with a smoky vanilla aroma. In the mouth, it is delicate in body, with soft tannins and ripe red fruit flavour and a long persistent finish.

  10. NV Blason Rosé Brut, Perrier Jouët

    Intense, luminous salmon pink with coppery highlights and a steady stream of fine bubbles. Elegant aromas of raspberries, wild strawberries and rose petals preceede the full, silky, sensual palate, the crunchy red fruit and citrus flavours show a delicate balance and great length with a dry finish.

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