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Type: South Australia
Song & Dance champions the ultimate celebration wine - sparkling white. Perfect for upcoming summer fun, this wine is a winner as an aperitif or with salads.
If you are a fan of reds that are nothing short of HUGE then this is the #1 wine for you. It delivers a huge mouthful of juicy black fruits, perfectly integrated spicy oak and a finish that is super long.
Type: Adelaide Hills
Something truly wonderful happens when you add a lick of grassy Semillon to fragrant Sauvignon Blanc. Suddenly the wine enters new realms of freshness and approachability with bountiful fruit-salad aromas and flavours with a whoosh of refreshing acidity.
Type: Undefined South African Region
From the Breede River Valley comes this zesty, mouth-watering white is a delightful South African take on this popular grape.
We've been on the hunt for a top-drawer Argentinean Malbec that really over delivers for some time. To get you the best, we called on an old winemaking friend to make the magic happen.
Type: Langhorne Creek
A wonderful, out-there blend of two great varieties, Twisted Branch is our winemaker's latest winemaking experiment. Here, Shiraz and Nebbiolo come together perfectly to produce a deeply hedonistic, rich red wine with cuttings of fresh herbs, tar, roses and raspberries.
Type: Mount Benson
This Mt Benson masterpiece was carefully crafted by winemaker Rob Mack and is lavish with teeth staining black cherry, bramble and woody notes, with a length that goes on and on. A real classic alongside your next BBQ.
Type: McLaren Vale
Grenache: the wonderfully versatile black grape that can be used for almost everything! From light blush roses to ethereal reds and even deep, rich fortifieds, Grenache is the grape on everyone’s lips.
Type: Clare Valley
We are pleased to bring you our newest Clare Valley Shiraz, a region that is so much more than just Riesling country. A famed producer of silken, layered cooler-climate Shiraz, look out for more Clare Valley reds in the future.