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Type: Barossa Valley
A special blend that offers soft layers of fruit, rich and velvety charm, a rich berry-fest with layered fruit, soft, velvety tannins and superb balance you simply can’t miss.
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.
Opi Sadler is one of our most favourite, biggest-selling winemakers. His signature Malbec announced him to the world after it won a big Decanter trophy a few years back. Here’s the 2014 chapter of this blackberry-packed favourite.
Type: Cotes du Rhone AOC
A Gold medal winner for the last three vintages, this is a gorgeous, velvety Rhône red that offers terrific value. It's from the only co-operative cellar in Châteauneuf du Pape, the top appellation of the southern Rhône, and is owned and run by local growers.
Opi Sadler is a man of few words – but many awards, including the maker of the 'Best Malbec in Argentina'. Enjoy his mouthcoating red from hand-picked grapes grown at 630m altitude.
Type: Barossa Valley
The Black Pig Grenache Shiraz Mourvedre is the latest red wine offering from our man in South Australia, Rob Mack. A deep and flavourful red that must be tasted to be believed
The Shiraz/Cabernet blend is quintessentially Australian and is a style that our country’s winemakers have been fine-tuning since the19th century. In this wine you’ll receive lashings of black fruit, a sprinkling of spice and a lick of oak.
Delicious, top-notch Cabernet with intense, deep black cherry, bramble and herb characters backed up with warming vanilla and spice. A classy little Cab that wouldn't look out of place on a king's banquet table.
Type: South Eastern Australia
Dark, inky Shiraz meets ‘takes no prisoners’ Durif and the mysterious and very rarely seen (let alone tasted!) Saint Macaire, an old Bordeaux grape. Pass the kangaroo pie, please.
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.